Dr Karl: Coronavirus, reducing cholesterol and testing to see if eggs are still fresh!
Dr Karl joins Rhod to answer your science related questions.
Game On - William Gibson's Agency
William Gibson started out writing books that felt like they were set decades into a possible future.
Unusually for a writer of speculative fiction he's been creeping closer and closer to the now.
Adam met him to talk about 'Agency', what's now the second part of his fourth trilogy)
Game On - Hedgehogs and Hundred Year Wars
How do tackle a blue hedgehog that goes awfully fast on the big screen? Tom Holkenborg, composer of the new movie's OST has some ideas.
And why would anyone set a game during one of the darkest periods of European history? Kevin and Kevin from Asobo - makers of 'A Plague Tale: Innocence' have their reasons...
Game On - 1917, a continuous take
Ben Maxwell from PCGamesN and First World War historian, Dr Chris Kempshall join Adam to talk about the award-winning film 1917.
Games have definitely learnt some of their tricks from films, but is the current running more the other way now? Arguably Sam Mendes new film shares quite a lot with gaming entities like CoD and Medal of Honour but was that deliberate?
Game On - Excel next and Riot now
Excel Esport's new Chief Commercial Officer, Robin McCammon reflects on making the jump across the electronic divide from adidas and
Launcher’s Elise Favis catches us up about the Californian state government's intervention in the Riot Games class action law suit settlement.