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Geek Syndicate

In 2006, the Geek Syndicate was born. And who came roaring out but a pair of crazy-yet-loveable geeks by the names David “Monts” Monteith and Barry “Nuge” Nugent. Producing a weekly (well most of the time) podcast celebrating and commenting all aspects of geek life GS is one of the longest running geek related podcasts in the UK. It’s critically acclaimed, irreverent, touching, intellectual, nonsensical, fairly drunken, incredibly sexy, hilarious…er…and stuff.

Jul 17, 2018

After some good news for Alien 3, Blade Runner, Joss Whedon and Thanos fans, Scott and Steve talk about Netflix's brilliant comedy the Santa Clarita Diet.  Starring Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant it tells the story of Sheila Hammond a real estate agent, who has to deal with suddenly becoming a...


Jul 13, 2018

Welcome to Crash Landing. This episode Steve speaks to SF writer Al Robertson. He is the author of Crashing Heaven and Waking Hell, both currently available from Gollancz. Al has just 60 minutes to tell Steve about the 5 books that he couldn't live without if he were going to crash land on a new world and why the are...


Jul 9, 2018

In this one-off episode Scott presents solo for the first (and possibly the last) time ever.  Now that Secret Cinema Blade Runner is all over, he spills the beans and discusses his experiences at the unique event.


Jul 7, 2018

Welcome to Geek Syndicate with Monts and Nuge, who after 299 episodes, are still on their never ending quest bring the sass back to geekdom.
 
First up big love to Conor Boyle who provided us with this cracking  episode 299 poster
 
 
 
You can see more of Conor's work at conorboylecomicart.blogspot.co.uk
 
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Jun 20, 2018

This month Steve and Scott start with some news and reviews  before we get onto our main feature talking about the TV pilot season. These are are mainstream network TV pilot shows that have either been cancelled, are being shopped around or have been picked up for a full season. The list is far too long to go through...