Fri, 22 December 2017
Welcome to Episode 237 of the Meeples & Miniatures Podcast
The Meeples crew get together once again to talk about what they have been up to in the past couple of weeks, including games played, miniatures painted and perhaps the odd purchase or two.
For the feature part of our show we chat with Karl Perretton from Crooked Dice Game Design Studio. We catch up with what they have been up to and get a glimpse of their future plans, including a project that they have been working on with Peter Wright from Edgehill University
We hope you enjoy the show.
Sat, 14 November 2015
Welcome to Episode 159 of the Meeples & Miniatures Podcast
This episode is hosted by Neil Shuck, Mike Hobbs and Mike Whitaker.
In the first half of the show, we chat about the aftermath of Hereward Wargames show, and then catch up with what we've been doing, hobby-wise.
Then, we talk to Karl Perrotton and Graham Dawson of Crooked Dice. We chat about how the company got started, what they produce, and get the details on the 2nd Edition of 7TV, which is due out shortly.
We hope you enjoy the show
Sat, 7 November 2015
Welcome to Episode 8 of the View from the Veranda Podcast
This show was first published in May 2012
Sat, 7 November 2015
Welcome to Episode 7 of the View from the Veranda Podcast
This show was first published in July, 2011
Wed, 5 March 2014
Welcome to Episode 121 of the Meeples & Miniatures Podcast
On this show, Neil Shuck & Mike Whitaker are joined by guest Jake Thornton to talk about the latest Kickstarter project from Mantic Games: Dreadball Xtreme.
Jake explains some of the differences between Dreadball Xtreme and the original game, and discusses the reasons behind it. We also discuss some of the reasons why Kickstarter is being used as a way of publishing this sort of game
We hope that you enjoy the show!
Tue, 24 April 2012
Welcome to Episode 86a of the Meeples & Miniatures Podcast
This show sees the start of my coverage of the recent Salute 2012 show at Excel London. I will be releasing several, smaller shows over the next few days, containing several interviews recorded during the day.
In this first episode, I talk to Alex Buchel from Studio Tomahawk, Matthew Sprange from Mongoose Publishing, Ged Cronin from Gringo 40s and Jasper Oorthuys & Guy Bowers from Wargames Soldiers & Strategy Magazine.
I hope you enjoy the show
Sat, 5 February 2011
Welcome to Episode 71 of the Meeples & Miniatures Podcast
In this show, I look back at 2010, and choose my top 5 boardgames and top 5 miniature wargames.
Mon, 6 August 2007
Well, I'm back having spent a week (remarkably) sunning myself in the wilds of Sussex (I was actually camped near to 'Battle', the site of the famous 1066 Battle of Hastings...but I never got there!)
I thought that now would be a good time to start a text blog to complement my podcast, so look out for more many more entries of the 'text' variety in the near future...
Anyway, arrived back at work to find the latest Battlelore packs: 'Goblin Skirmishers' and 'Dwarven Battalion' sat on my desk - so I'm looking forward to getting those home tonight.
I'm starting to record episode 17 of the podcast this week - it will concentrate on gaming in a fantasy setting. I'm hoping to publish it at the weekend (11th August) but that may be pushing it a bit...
Category:general -- posted at: 11:49am UTC
Mon, 9 April 2007
You may have noticed that there hasn't been an episode this week - sorry about that, but I've had a week off work over Easter and I've been doing several jobs around the house and spending some time with the family prior to working away from home for 3 weeks...which should give me ample time to record some shows (what else am I going to do in a hotel of an evening?)
Easter greetings to everyone, and I'll 'speak' to you soon.
Category:general -- posted at: 12:22pm UTC
Fri, 9 February 2007
Unfortunately, due to some technical problems, Episode 2 of Meeples & Miniatures has been delayed for a few days.
I will be looking at publishing a new podcast early next week (w/c 12th Feb)
After reading some feedback, I think I will start producing more frequent, but shorter shows (roughly 15-20 mins length) This should cut down on my editing time and make listening to the shows easier.
Category:general -- posted at: 12:46pm UTC