Games And Hobbies Podcasts
Two Drink Minimum- In a world, dominated by horrid amateur podcasts, one podcast will rise above all its foes with the determination of Michael Bay explosion. Two drunk guys, one podcast. This...is The Surly Nerd. The Surly Nerd is not your average geek podcast. We cover anything and everything in the world of geek news from movies to fashion, comics and gaming. So join us won't you? Stay awhile and listen...to The Surly Nerd. Lots of adult language.
I guarantee you will learn something. You will chuckle, and the sides of your mouth will move. We play games with the listeners live in the chat room, and you can win doodads. We report the news, we help people with personal problems, and interact with fans more than we should. Your life will dramatically improve if you listen to this immediately. You will probably become immortal.
The Legacy Music Hour podcast was created by Brent Weinbach and Rob F. for the purpose of sharing and talking about video game music from specifically the 8-bit and 16-bit eras. No remixes, no covers, no video game inspired music -just pure, original music from the NES, SNES, Genesis, and more.
By Brent Weinbach and Rob F.
The Amateur Radio QSO Show is a crossroads where Radio Amateurs, tell their stories and share in their life experiences in Amateur and Shortwave Radio. The QSO Radio Show also shares in the life stories and accomplishments of engineers in the forefront of the Broadcast Engineering, Audio and communications fields. The QSO Radio Show is hosted by Ted Randall WB8PUM the recipient of the 2008 ARRL Leonard Media Award. Ted is proud to be a member of the A.R.R.L American Radio Relay League and the Society of Broadcast Engineers.
By QSO Radio Show
The Touch of Gaming podcast is your source for iPad and iPhone gaming news, reviews and interviews! In each episode your hosts Lloyd Hannesson and Jared Schulz will bring you the latest in gaming on iOS. This show has been retired. Keep checking back for more Mobile Game coverage on REZD.tv
Nicole and Jenny, two San Francisco knitters, talk about yarn, books, patterns, blogs, and ways to deal with life under the weight of the stash. Jenny has been knitting since 2005 and Nicole's had work on the needles since 2002. Join the duo as they get together each week to talk about the subject that consumes them.
By Nicole and Jenny