Well, Monday is over and the work week is well underway. Hopefully yours has been fairly easy so far. It’s been a bit hectic over here, but waddyagonna do? You’re gonna listen to some gaming podcasts is what you’re gonna do!
This week we have: Singled Out Episode 21: Season 3 Masons with Daniel Harwood; The Rolistes Episode 16: Boldly Going Star Trek with Chris, John, & Dave; Meeples & Miniatures Episode 187: Reisswitz Press, Dawns & Departures, and other Too Fat Lardy stories; Epic Gaming Night Podcast Episode 83: Board Game Media; Mantic Radio Episode 8; Anonymous Tabletop Episode 9: Holiday Potluck Extravaganza; and Nerdherders Episode 10 (100) : They said it couldn’t be done.
Andrew and Daniel discuss Season 3 Masons, and the 9 players Daniel would take to a tournament if they weren’t so terrible.
…The final frontier…
Here is finally Episode 16.
Apologies for the delay. I happened to be a bit over ambitious with this episode.
Over the last few years, Star Trek has grown into something I am really passionate about .
I happened also to be extremely lucky with this episode.
First, Modiphius announced Star Trek Adventures, which after many years brings back Gene Roddenberry’s universe in the realm of tabletop RPG. I’m very thankful to Chris Birch and Dave aka David F. Chapman for joining The Rolistes Podcast to discuss their passion for Star Trek and ambitions with their new game. I even had an opportunity to record a Playtest mastered by Nathan Dowdell.
Second, I took a shot at inviting one of the hosts of one of my all time favourite podcasts: John Champion the trivia half of Mission Log: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast. I still can’t believe he said yes. I had to refrain myself as much as I could from fanboying during the recording. Thanks so much John for your kindness.
Last but not least, right around the time I was preparing the show, another coincidence took place. The London BFI heralded their autumn blockbuster events, BLACK STAR, which looks at the nature of black stardom on screen, by welcoming Nichelle Nichols for a Star Trek at 50 celebration. I sincerely thank the BFI for allowing me to record a vox-populi on their premises. This was the opportunity to interview Paige aka Wonderkid100. A very friendly trekkie, celebrity photobomb expert and North Londoner.
Thanks listeners for your patience.
I will do my best to upload Episode 17 in time at the end of this month.
In this show, hosts Neil Shuck, Mike Whitaker and Dave Luff talk once again to Too Fat Lardies supremo: Richard Clarke.
Amongst other subjects we chat about Reisswitz Press (the new associated publishing arm of TFL), Dawns & Departures (Sharp Practice 2 campaign guide) and a whole host of other gaming possibilities…
This week Roy, Matt, & Rob talk about Board Game Media! what we watch and how it could be better!
In this episode of Mantic Radio, Chopper chats with Tyler Shultz from the Dreadpathzone to talk about all things Mantic.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 9.
In this episode we quickly find out trouble follows me no matter where I sit, talk baseball in Boystown, and hear that our latest DnD session went to some very dark places.
We also mix it up and have everyone bring their own topics for a potluck roundtable, Joe talks turkey with a holiday horror story, and we keep trying to give away free stuff.
In addition, we share some Christmas gift ideas for the geek in everyone, mess with the Batman, and enjoy some leftovers of Kickstarters way past their expiration date.
And last but not least, we find out who goes down with the ship in Tim’s Sack when the crew hits an iceberg and runs out of lifeboats.
The Nerdherders reach a milestone with their 100th episode! The boys catch up on what they’ve been doing recently and also muse about what has come and gone in the nearly 4.5 years they’ve been recording the show