This week we’re kicking things off with one of our favourite books awards – the Bookseller’s Digram Prize for the Oddest Book Titles. In other news, a new children’s book attempts to do what politicians can’t – explain Brexit, the Asterix comics get their first
The cultural anarchists are back for another not-so-serious look at the serious world of books and the arts, and kicking things off this week is the Nobel Prize for Literature – which was suspended for a year because of allegations of sexual harassment. So this
The Geek Show returns once again to dip its toes in pop culture, science and technology news, and as usual things take a turn for the weird. The big story this week is the Sony-Marvel divorce – which basically means no more Spider-Man in the
After a short break between episodes (on account of one of the hosts moving house), The Geek Show returns for our regular, bi-monthly look at the weird and crusty outer layer of science and technology news with a podcasting taste that really shouldn’t be licked.
Everyone’s favourite magnificently moustachioed news podcast returns with more strange tales from the realms of science, technology and entertainment, and this episode we’re starting with Huawei’s claims about their new operating system. In other news, we get our first look at the live-action version of
After a lengthy introduction about the pumping of jam and the lack of any noteworthy news relating to Game of Thrones, we kick things off with the lesser-known Tory leadership contest involving the books the contenders have written, after which we find out that people
We’ve been away for a little while because of E3 (check out our coverage on our YouTube channel, and don’t forget to subscribe while you are there), but we won’t dwell on that because things other than video games have been happening in the world.
After a slightly extended break the weirdly funny stain on the wallpaper of technology and science news podcasts returns to deface your walls. This week the Robs kick things off with a look at the rather disturbing trailer for the live-action Sonic the Hedgehog movie.
The cultural anarchists have gathered for another edition of the notorious books and arts podcast that keeps threatening to make sense while at the same time keeps sliding down the slippery slope of art-house podcasting (you know, five minutes of silence, someone repeating the word
The Internet’s goofiest science and technology podcast returns with the two Robs (or is it Rob and Bruce P. Gigabyte?), taking another little stroll on the wilder and sometimes wackier side of the news. This week we’re kicking things off with the big astronomy news,