Guest List

 

Minh ‘Gooseman’ Le

Creator of the original Counter Strike. One of the worlds most popular FPS, he tells us the story of how a mod can become a full title

Listen to Episode 61

Robyn Miller

One of the brothers behind the ground breaking title Myst, one of the biggest selling games in History. Helped establish the CD-Rom platform.

Listen to Episode 60

Scott Adams

The farther of Adventure games, tells us how he founded the first computer games company in the world and invented games packaging!

Listen to Episode 59

 

Nick Bruty

Artist  from the days of Amstrad and Sinclair, all the way up to the fantastic 16-bit animation titles like Alladin and Earthworm Jim.

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 58

Aleks Krotoski    

Presenter of cutting edge 90’s gamer show Bits. Writer for The Guardian, presenter of Radio 4’s Digital Human.

 

 

Listen to Episode 57

Nostalgia Nerd

 

Rising star in YouTube with a fascination with older more usual systems like Dragon 32.

 

 

Listen to Episode 56

John Romero

Designer of Wolfenstien 3D, Doom and Quake. We travel to Ireland to visit him in his secret lair.

 

 

Listen to Episode 55

Julain Gollop

Creator of the fantastic x-com, talks about all version of this ground breaking game and his opinion on the new version!

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 54

Fergus Mcneill

Video games maker turn Author who worked on games such as Carmageddon, Lawn Mower Man. He also worked with Terry Pratchett on the first discworld games.

 

 

Listen to Episode 53

Martyn Brown

Team 17 founder, bringing great titles to the Amiga such as Alien Breed and Superfrog. He also helped bring the massively successful ‘Worms’ franchise to life.

 

 

Listen to Episode 52

Mel Croucher

Father of the British games industry, Mel created the first British games company and massive groundbreaking game, Deus Ex Machina.

 

Listen to Episode 50

Adam Koralik

 

Adam is a big console hardware fan and youtube reviewer. He covers in details history and generations of consoles, mainly from an American perspective.

Listen to Episode 49

 

Simon Phipps

Core’s main man and Derby Retro Scene master. Innovative platformers galore such as Rick Dangerous!

 

 

Listen to Episode 48

Steve Turner

Accurate arcade conversion master for famous CraftGold, helping craft games like Rainbow Island and Fire and Ice

 

 

Listen to Episode 47

Stuart Cheifet

An America broadcasting powerhouse responsible for ‘The Computer Chronicles’ and ‘Net Cafe’. And making Steve jobs do that advert!

 

Listen to Episode 46

Paul Hollywood

The man behind military spec flight simulators and the new VR social media app V-Time

 

 

Listen to Episode 45

Kim Justice

Best games documentary creator on youtube.

 

 

Listen to Episode 44

Raffaele Cecco

First samuri programmer and 8-bit superstar

 

Listen to Episode 43

Rob Hewson

The Son of great Hewson Consultants who is bringing the company back!

 

 

Listen to Episode 42

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Anthony and Nicola Caulfield

They are back! To talk about the up and coming film ‘From Bedrooms to Billions’ the Playstation years

 

Listen to Episode 41

Trevor Dickinson

Current man who is pushing the Amiga into the future by creating new hardware, computer journalism and a little cheeky deal with Apple Computers

Listen to Episode 40

 

 

Lord British (Richard Garriott)

Creator of the first MMORPG Ultima Online, in which his character got assassinated in one of the biggest tales in video game history

 

Listen to Episode 39

Mev Dinc

From the Turkish gaming scene Mev came to the Uk and dominated working of titles such as Last Ninja, Street Racer and worked on ‘Europes Console’ the Konix Multisystem

 

Listen to Episode 38

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Scott Miller

King of the FPS this guy worked with ID to bring us the first FPS Wolfenstien 3D. He founded Apogee and 3D Realms bringing us such amazing characters as Duke Nukem

 

Listen to Episode 37

Ben Vost

Former editor of the biggest Amiga magazine, Amiga Format. At one point the biggest selling consumer magazine in the UK

 

 

Listen to Episode 36

Steve Ince 

Revolution Software’s adventure game master, working on Beneath A Steel Sky and the groundbreaking Broken Sword series

 

Listen to Episode 35

CKxMxi9WUAAsmd7Jonathan Cauldwell 

Made more games on the Spectrum then anybody in the world!

 

Listen to Episode 34

 

 

basinger-clint-lgr1-ps LGR (Lazy Game Reviews)

Youtube reviewer and odd hardware enthusiast

 

Listen to Episode 33

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Founder of LucasArts Games

 

 

Listen to Episode 32

 

 

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Lead Artist Cinemaware

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 31

 

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George ‘Fatman’ Sanger

The inventor of PC game audio

 

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 30

 

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Head Designer Celeco, Quake designer, Dungeons on Dragons

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 29

 

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John Kershaw

2D, 3D and FMV artist for Bullfrog, Bitmap Brothers

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 28

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 Chris Huelsbeck

Europe’s best known C64 composer

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 27

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Coder for Interplay, Ubisoft and Microsoft

 

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 26

 

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Inventor of the Multi User Dungeon (M.U.D)

 

 

Listen to Episode 25

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Gaming book publisher

 

 

Listen to Episode 24

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Videogame composer famous for ‘TopGear’

 

 

Listen to Episode 23

KCiqMSU2 The Oliver Twins

The brothers behind the British gaming icon Dizzy!

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 22

 

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Modern Chip Musician and Software Developer

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 21

 

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Former CEO of Commodore UK

 

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 20

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The man behind Goldern Eye 64 and TimeSplitters

 

 

 

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 19

jpbook2-master315 Tom Kalinske

Former CEO of Sega (1990 – 1996)

 

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 18

Untitled Ben Daglish

Videogame composer famous for ‘The Last Ninja’

 

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 17

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Film maker, talking about his new documentry ‘Viva Amiga’

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 16

 

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Comical creator of Leisure Suit Larry

 

 

 

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 15

CjjSjK4WkAA58PzJim Bagley

The man who brought you ‘Dragon’s Lair’ for the ZX Spectrum!

 

 

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 14

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Head engineer at Commodore Business Machines

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 13

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TV host and games mag editor for GamesMaster and GamesWorld

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 12

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Cracker from a worldwide piracy group tells us his secrets!

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 11

Untitled Andrew Barnabas

Videogame composer famous for ‘S.W.I.V’

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 10

11143137_10152934903776931_5055611947173201473_nMike Clarke

Game musician for Psygnosis

 

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 9

 

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Creators of the ‘Bedrooms to Billions’ documentry talk Amiga years

 

 

Listen to Episode 8

bitmap-brothers-rober-maxwell Mike Montgomery

Head of Bitmap Brothers

 

 

Listen to Episode 7

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Lemmings and GTA coder for DMA Designs

 

 

Listen to Episode 6 

 

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Psygnosis Musician behind the ‘Wipeout’ Soundtrack!

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 5

 

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Cheeky Teletext based ‘Digitzer’ Magazine Editor

 

 

Listen to Episode 4

 

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Gaming journalist for Retro Gamer magazine

 

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 3

IMG_83111-300x200  Jon Hare

Head of Sensible Software

 

 

Listen to Episode 2

 

allister-brimble-1 Allister Brimble

Composer for Team 17

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 1