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Sep 25

REPLAY – Geek Actually Live Video Shows for September 24th, 2011

Here are the live show recordings of this week’s “Geek Actually” and “Film Actually” podcasts. The show was recorded live on September 24th. Because the shows are live, you get them here with all the mistakes intact.

The Geek Actually podcasts are recorded live every Saturday from 12pm (AEST) or UTC +10 at geekactually.com/live – You can now watch us live on Facebook by clicking here.

Check the individual audio show posts for the show notes. Watch the videos below.

Geek Actually Ep145 – Josh’s Luscious Hair

We’re Back!!! New studio, same show! This week on Geek Actually, the strange case of Percy Foster, fear of Wi Fi, iinet announces NBN pricing, Thunderbolt comes to PC, Gumby tries to rob a 7-11 and the 7 pound Gummi brain. All this plus the picks of the week, listener feedback and Josh gives us a big games rundown. Enjoy.

Film Actually Ep057 – Abduction

This week David, Josh and Richard review the new film “Abduction”. We also check out a little entertainment news including Lars Von Trier trying to explain himself and The Walking Dead talk show. Plus, new trailers for “Man on a Ledge” and “J. Edgar”. Plus a brand new Lists of Five – Five Movies We’d Never Watch Again. Film Actually is the official movie podcast of geekactually.com.

All Geek Actually shows carry an explicit tag due to infrequent coarse language.

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