Here are this week’s live shows presented in the same order that we recorded them. We start with the all new Geek Actually and then move onto Film Actually. Because the show is live, you get it here with all the mistakes intact. Check the individual audio show posts for the show notes.
This week on Geek Actually we discuss the rumours and speculations about Apple’s June 6th announcements, jetpacks, Windows 8, tasty looking canned food and many other odd and weird geek things.
This week on Film Actually we are again joined by Richard Gray (@DVDbits) from theReelBits.com and DVDBits.com. Together we review “X-Men First Class”. We also check out the week’s entertainment news, watch a couple of trailers and deliver a brand new Lists of Five. I hope you enjoy. Watch the videos below.
The Geek Actually podcasts are recorded live every Saturday from 12pm (AEST) or UTC +10 at geekactually.com/live
Geek Actually Ep134 – Wisconsin Style
Film Actually Ep134 – X-Men First Class
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