BBC Radio 5 live’s technology and gaming podcast, featuring Saturday Edition's Chris Warburton with the latest technology and the web news, plus science, cars, and more, plus Adam Rosser’s Game On, looking at the world of video games.
Tue, 16 Sep 14
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Keith Stuart (The Guardian), Oli Welsh (Eurogamer), Sam Clay (VG 247) and James Swallow (no fixed abode) discuss the latest blockbuster, Bungie's 'Destiny'. It promised much, but has it delivered?
Sat, 13 Sep 14
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Tech expert Rory Reid and podcaster Helen Zaltzman round up the week's news from online and social networks - find out why Facebook banned a picture a dad posted of his seriously ill baby son, and where the sweariest twitter users in the UK are from. Maddie Moate has the week's technology news - THAT watch features...obviously...as does a jetback the US military's developed...it's awesome. 6 Music's Chris Hawkins joins us - it's Mercury Prize shortlist ime...we'll talk to one of the acts in the frame... And it's gaming news this week...the most expensive video game ever made is released - Games journalist Guy Cocker...runs us through it.
Tue, 9 Sep 14
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Nathan Irvine and Dan Griliopoulos join Adam Rosser to discuss the DLC market, VR and the relationship between films and games. In the review corner Risen 3 is on the naughty step getting a talking to from Sean McCarthy.
Sat, 6 Sep 14
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Lucy Grey has the web news with Helen Zaltzman and Rory Reid. Plus motoring, science and mobile apps.
Tue, 2 Sep 14
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Keza McDonald from Kotaku, VG247's Pat Garratt and Dan Pearson of Gamesindustry.biz join Adam to discuss the latest controversy to grip gaming. Just what is a "social justice warrior" and why has one prominent feminist cultural critic received death threats?
Sat, 30 Aug 14
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Chris Warburton has the web news with Helen Zaltzman and Rory Reid. Plus, the next big US TV shows, drone deliveries and the etiquette of reclining your plane seat.
Tue, 26 Aug 14
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Ingress - augmented reality, artificial reality or just an excuse for a party? Adam's joined by Spanner Spencer from Pocketgamer, Michael Andersen the editor of argn.com and the Independent.ie's games editor Frank Whelan to discuss the game that wants to get you out of the house. Also with us - Scott Kurtz of PVPonline.com
Sat, 23 Aug 14
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Joining CHRIS WARBURTON, the Gadget Detective FEVZI TURKALP looks at the hackers getting into a cities traffic light system. Science news with PROFESSOR TIM O'BRIEN looking at the European Space Agency's attempt to replace GPS. 6 Music's CHRIS HAWKINS is here with all the week's music news including Shaggy's coming to the UK and book critic HELEN BROWN with the week's bestselling books.
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