Posts Tagged ‘show’

Don’t forget to listen to Edinburgh Nights every week!

Sunday, December 8th, 2013

You might recall that after this year’s radio broadcast of the  Edinburgh Fringe chat show came to the end, I decided to keep the format alive and showcase all the fun things in Edinburgh each week (that would have been the moment for a David Tennant-esque “I don’t want to go…”). It’s three months later, and Edinburgh Nights is still on the air, at 3pm every Friday, with a podcast available to listen again to the show (if you’re in Edinburgh), or to listen fresh to the whole hour if you are further afield.

It’s a show that continues to evolve, but being able to highlight the great bands playing in the capital, give some airtime to the theatre shows around Edinburgh, and to go beyond the ten minute set from the comedians playing the Festival city, are all adding up to an exciting hour every week.

If you’re not yet listening, head over to iTunes and subscribe to the podcast, and if you are a regular listener, why not think about leaving a review?

The PSP Show #102: Mytran Wars

Friday, September 11th, 2009

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It may have been less than a week since the last podcast, but the summer hiatus has given me a little backlog of games to look over (and there’s still some PSN only titles I want to get to) so the pace of shows may pick up a little bit. Which means maybe a bit less news per show, but more shows.

That’s if I can put down today’s review title! Mytran Wars is threatening to take up all my time though – this turn based strategy game reminds me of UFO – Enemy Unknown and Julian Gollop’s Rebelstar.

And a little hello to BitFood, who pointed The PSP Show out to their readers as "…a no frills site that provides fast reviews of PSP games – and that has been a huge success."

The PSP Show also has a Facebook Group, which can be found here. Or you can listen and subscribe to the show in Apple’s iTunes – and leave your own review there as well.

One Hundred Episodes of The PSP Show!

Friday, July 31st, 2009

I’ve just finished uploading the 100th episode of The PSP Show. It’s only taken three years (at roughly one episode every eleven days) to get here, but the short look at the world of the Sony Playstation Portable, with the latest news and a current game review continues to gather fans around the world.

Here’s the show – it’s a quick fire look back and comment on the content of the previous 99 shows.

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And here’s the first blog post I made about my PSP.

Pipemania reviewed on this weeks PSP Show

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

Starting to get back into the swing of this, with podcasts recorded next to a mixing desk (yaay) as opposed to out in the wild and placing the microphone at various distances from people for live gain control!

Anyway, time for a new PSP Show. This week it’s the turn of Pipemania to fall under the review spotlight; it might be an old style game, but is it still addictive enough and has the PSP version refused the temptation to spoil it by adding too much rubbish?

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The PSP Show reviews Tiger Woods ’09

Wednesday, October 1st, 2008

The latest editon of The PSP Show is now available to listen (or download) over on The Podcast Network

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This week, it’s a review of EA’s Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09. I always find it tough to review golf games on any platform, simply because Nintendo’s original Gold game for the first gameboy was an utter classic and spoiled me. How did Tiger get on? You’ll have to listen to find out.