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Geekdays #799: Week starting April 23rd, 2018

23 mins - Published Mon, Apr 23, 2018.

Yes, my friend, we are back! Geekdays, the daily show turned weekly, back with a vengeance. This week, we’ve got stories about exploding ants, French toasat Chalupas, breath-holding and the tale of The Hacker Who Could. To top it all off, Jeff brings us a story from fifty-one years ago today – and we’ve got a new bumper theme for a beloved old friend on the show…

So – dig in, enjoy, and please; mind your step when you’re passing the ant hill.


Movieing On #281: Multiplicity

55 mins - Published Mon, Apr 23, 2018.

You can say a lot about Michael Keaton. He’s an underrated actor for sure. He might not have been the most convincing of Batmen, but he was way better than George Clooney or Val Kilmer. Hell, he was probably even better for the role than Ben Affleck, to be honest. You might even say that his crowning achievement didn’t come until late in life, when he did Birdman – that movie is amazeballs.

So it’s always fun to dig up some of the earlier works of an actor and watch a movie like Multiplicity, where Michel Keaton stars alongside Michael Keaton, Michael Keaton, and Michael Keaton. Hilarity, quite obviously, does ensue.

Coffee With Jeff #149: The Ghost Ship of Kentucky

27 mins - Published Sun, Apr 22, 2018.

She is 116 years old. In her life she has helped millions of tourists see New York, has taken hundreds of people – thousands maybe! – on fishing voyages, been in a pop music video, and served in two separate world wars. She began as a plaything for a wealthy family and now she is left to slowly die – all alone.

Today we have the story of the ghost ship in Boone County, Kentucky.


Who's Who #121: Survival

46 mins - Published Wed, Apr 11, 2018.

So; it’s come to this. After starting the show all the way back in December of 2013, we never thought we’d get this far – but here we are… At the very end of the series. And boy, oh boy, was this a disappointment. Don’t get me wrong; there have been some great things along the way, and most of the final couple of seasons were really good! … But then it ends on this … thing.

This … Survival; the Serial of Suck …

Pint Notes #75: Lizard Kings

47 mins - Published Fri, Apr 6, 2018.

Hosts Rebecca Ruiz and Josh Wodarz return again to record in a seedy basement bar and bring you reviews of new music and drink some new beer. (more…)

The MMOsketeers #230: Never Again

1 hour 26 mins - Published Fri, Apr 6, 2018.

Have you ever played one of those games that is determined to make you think you’re doing the right thing but it turns out you were the monster all along? Yeah, this episode is a bit like that.


Gordon's Gun Closet #22: Pirate Guns

30 mins - Published Thu, Sep 21, 2017.

It was Talk Like a Pirate Day this week here in the USA. ‘Tis a silly day, but we thought that since the latest episode of The History Files (#90) was also about pirates, we’d better do a companion show here at the gun closet. Special thanks to friend of the show Jim Wingren for indulging my request for a children’s show type stinger at the top of the episode.


The History Files #90: Pirates

48 mins - Published Fri, Sep 8, 2017.

We’re back… and we brought pirates! Actually, that’s probably not such a great idea, what with all the stealing and pillaging and slow-matches in the beard and buckets of burning sulphur. Of course that’s only if we brought Edward Teach, but you get the idea. This episode was recorded live in front of a very groggy audience on a Sunday morning at the Brass Screw Confederacy Steampunk festival in Pt. Townsend, Washington on June 11, 2017. We had a great time revelling in all the pirate stuff and hope you enjoy our little presentation.


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Take Five #52: Fridge

13 mins - Published Tue, May 16, 2017.

There’s something very final about refrigerators, wouldn’t you say?

What's in a Name? #7: Bowler Hat

14 mins - Published Thu, May 4, 2017.

Famously worn by the likes of Charlie Chaplin, and Bat Masterson, the bowler is a hat with pizzazz. It was also worn by super action guy John Steed. It’s too bad James Bond didn’t also customarily wear one; this being episode 007 and all.


Nothing Important Happened Today #35: Other Countries are Mostly the Same but Also Different

39 mins - Published Wed, Mar 29, 2017.

Petter and Breki are globetrotters extraordinaire, and this week they recount the many experiences they’ve had in foreign lands. Hint: It’s pretty much what the title says.

The now infamous bathtub-scene is in the montage that starts in Vlog #40 around 33 minutes in.


Retrograde #77: Christmas Special 2016

1 hour 29 mins - Published Sat, Dec 24, 2016.

Christmas comes a little early as The Retrograde team are back for another Christmas romp. Host Jack Marshall is joined by his usual happy elves of Anthony Hobday, James Mcfadyen, and Lysanne Skinner aka Lysanne Fisher.

So sit back, grab some eggnog, a few mince pies, light the fire, and get ready for a bumper packed Christmas Retrograde Special!

We Need To Talk #37: Apple 2016 September Keynote

1 hour 10 mins - Published Wed, Sep 7, 2016.

Apple has taken the time to announce the new iPhone 7, so it’s obvious what happens next: Breki sits down with Jon to talk about it.


The Kingston Legacy #21: Pokemon Go Away

55 mins - Published Thu, Jul 14, 2016.

Robert Algeo and Josh Wodarz tackle most important issue of the day – Pokemon Go! Yes, yes, it’s another thing about Pokemon Go, but you know, with our irreverent spin on things. By irreverent, we mean Robert making fun of it and Josh laughing. Yep, that’s how we roll. (more…)