Here are the live show recordings of this week’s “Geek Actually” and “Film Actually” podcasts. The show was recorded live on October 8th, 2011. Because the shows are live, you get them here with all the mistakes intact. For a much better listening experience listen to the audio podcasts for these episodes. As always, these videos are presented here as a record of the live session and not as a reflection of the final show.
The video shows are now watchable on iOS devices as Ustream’s embeds are now compatible.
Check the individual audio show posts for the show notes. Watch the videos below.
Geek Actually Ep147 – Farewell Steve
This week on Geek Actually David, Josh and Richard pay their respects to Steve Jobs and discuss the man and his accomplishments. They also take a look at the latest Apple announcement and the launch of iPhone 4S and the amazing Siri. This plus Josh’s opinions on Id’s new game “Rage” and Sony’s new, amazing Playstation commercial and listener feedback.
Film Actually Ep059 – Footloose & Real Steel
This week David, Josh and Richard review a pair of new releases, first the new remake of “Footloose” followed by the new robot fighting film “Real Steel”. Plus a brand new Lists of Five – Five of Our Favourite Movie Robots. Make sure stay tuned at the end for a visit from Nicholas “The Little Geek” McVay who gives his opinions on “Real Steel”.
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