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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.

Feb 23, 2011

Welcome to Episode 2 of Timelore - your review of Dr Who from the very beginning.  Join our slightly foolish team of watchers as they review the 2nd half of Dr Who's first ever season.

In this episode there is a fair bit of character assasination as we find ourselves getting alittle bit of Susan overload and we review...


Feb 22, 2011

Join the lads for another romp through ye olde town of Geekdom.

News: Wonder Woman TV Casting and MCM Expo News

Week that Was: Clone Wars, NemesisBrightest Day Volume One, The Expendables, RED and Megamins

Main: In this week's main we have a special interview with the co-creator of the Primeval TV series Adrian...


Feb 22, 2011

Have aspirations of Starting Out as writer?  Want to hear the experiences of veterans and newly established authors?  Look no further.

Seizing the unique opportunity provided by the SFX Weekender this year, we collected an array of interviews from authors at various stages of their careers for your aural delectation. ...


Feb 16, 2011

FEEDBACK; A HERO’S CALLING

Episode Six; "What Was Lost"

written by Kim Gianopoulos, Alan White, C. Alexandria Schwarz,

and Richard Brooks II.

 

Feedback and Tech Support scramble to find a cure for their stricken friend and teammate Tom, but the answer may lead to the most devastating weapon of all – Sarah!! ...


Feb 15, 2011

The terrible twosome wrap up their miltiary series with a general chin wag about what've learned over the last 6 weeks.
 
Not a lot, but in the course of this they consider does SF ever really tell miltiary stories? Where there is space to tell such stories?. How do Computer games fit in to genre military fiction?....