Games And Hobbies Podcasts
Infinity is a 28mm science fiction table top skirmish game set 175 into the future. MayaCast exists to discuss and promote every aspect of the Infinity hobby. From tournament play to painting and modeling, from background fiction or "fluff" to list building and advanced tactics, MayaCast strives to provide the best in fan-based support for the best table top miniatures game on the market.
By Thomas Schadle | Kip Parcell
Learn Japanese with our free Japanese lessons in podcast format. We use examples from anime and everyday conversation to teach you Japanese that is useful for everyday life. Hitomi-sensei is from Tokyo and will teach you to speak with the most common Japanese accent. If you're watching an anime now and want to know more about a word or phrase you've heard, post a comment or send us an email.
By Paul & Hitomi Griswold
Bagged and Bored was started by Chris as a comic and pop-culture blog, seeking to share his love with as many people as possible he contacted his two best friends Paul and John to help spread the word. Soon realizing that they had a lot more to say than a simple website would allow, the Bagged and Bored Crew took their thoughts and audibly recorded them making them available on iTunes as the Bagged and Bored Cast for more people to experience. To inform as well as entertain. It's the Bagged and Bored goal to share our love of comics, movies, video games and of course beer with as many people as possible. Hopefully while getting a few laughs in as well.
By Bagged and Bored.com
Tabletop gaming in small proportion. This podcast from game designer Jason Kotarski (Great Heartland Hauling Co.) explores those great little games known as "fillers". Each episode clocks in around 20 minutes and will be filled with reviews, interviews, and ramblings related to the "filler" game space.
By Jason Kotarski
The MultiRotor Podcast: Multirotors | Drones | Aerial Photo and Video | Reviews | AdviceJoin Now to Follow
The MultiRotor Podcast will deliver the latest information in the world of multirotors, quadcopters, hexcopters, octocopters, tricopters. We cover events in the media that have to do with drones. We review and provide tips and tricks on multirotor setup, flying, aerial video and photography and post flight editing. Each episode we will answer your questions and comments. Our focus is on everyone that has an interest in flying multirotors for fun, hobby, or professional. You can visit our show notes and related information on our website at www.multirotorpodcast.com.
By Erick Royer and Joe Papa: Multirotor Professionals, Educators and Pilots