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Podcast Roundup

Tuesday, Tuesday. (ba-laa, ba-la-la-laaa... Hmm... doesn't have quite the same ring to it)
Well, one day down. Four to go until the weekend. We should be able to make it there pretty easily, I'd say.

At the moment, our attention turns to talk radio. Specifically, the talk radio of podcasts. There's a trio of them we've collected over the past week and present them to you now for your listening pleasure.

In this batch we have: Privateer Press Primecast Episode 20, Lost Hemisphere Radio ep111, and Geeks of the North Episode 16 – Exciting games ahead.

Privateer Press Primecast Episode 20

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Episode 20 of Privateer Press Primecast has arrived! Join co-hosts Simon Berman and Ed Bourelle as they interview fellow staffers at Privateer HQ. Ed talks to Convention Coordinator, Michael Plummer about his experiences at Lock & Load 2015 and what's in store for the summer convention season. RPG Producer Matt Goetz speaks with Simon about the upcoming Iron Kingdoms Full Metal Fantasy adventure, Bad Moon Rising, and the Skorne Empire supplement for Iron Kingdoms Unleashed. Ed takes the opportunity to discuss the rules and development of WARMACHINE: Reckoning with Development Manager, David "DC" Carl. Finally, Writing & Continuity Manager, Doug Seacat returns for his Seacat Speaks segment, to shed some light on the nature of souls in Caen.

Lost Hemisphere Radio ep111


In the never-ending battle against pants and Morrowans that haven’t been set on fire yet, are there any more stalwart warriors than Northblade and Gdaybloke? Probably, but this is their podcast, so deal with it ???? The lads have a natter before chatting with Lostie Gramut on his thoughts re: that little convention you may have heard of in Seattle run by those ne’er-do-wells over at Privateer Press. Oh yes, Lock & Load.

Geeks of the North Episode 16 – Exciting games ahead


In Episode 16, Paul and Antoine sit down and chat about what games, old or new, are getting them excited and ready for some hobby. So sit back, relax, grab a paintbrush and enjoy the show!