Firstly, we'd like to thank each and everyone for listening to the past 99 episodes. We had no idea how it was going to go when we first sat around in that studio nearly two years ago, but with feedback from the listeners we were able to shape TalkRadar UK into what it is today - a shambles of gaming chatter, punctuated with sexual innuendos and monkey noises. So for that, we thank you.
We had a great time producing the podcast each week, but we feel the time is right to lay it to rest and try something slightly different. The GamesRadar UK Podcast, which is due sometime in September, will mix things up a little and hopefully breathe new life into the gaming podcast genre. We're also going to need you too as the current plan is to become more community driven. Full details will be revealed as soon as we've actually thought of any.
So this is it. The final show of a podcast that we've had tremendous fun delivering to your ears. We hope we've provided some laughs along the way, if not, it was free to listen to so you haven't really lost anything, eh? Also, for all the folk that missed the live stream of the TalKRadar UK 100's recording, you can find it here. From all of the men of TalkRadar UK... Thank you and goodbye! x
Cundy's 5-minute cos-play
TalkRadar UK Fan Art
It's a right ol' bumper crop of art for TalkRadar UK's finale. You can still claim your GamesRadar branded USB stick if you've had your arty skills exhibited on the site, so simply e-mail email@example.com with the subject header 'Give Me My Free Stick, Dammit!'. Remember to send your name and address too otherwise we may as throw them into the wind. Apologies to all the ones we failed to squeeze onto this page. To see the rest have a click here.
Above: If someone could actually make this T-shirt for Cundy then he'd definitely wear it
The info bit
Post date: Wednesday 3rd August 2011
Run time: 01 hour 27 minutes 34 seconds
Intro music: Sabrepulse | Outro and minigame music: The Disco King
Find all the previous episodes of TalkRadar UK on our compendium page
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