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TalkRadar UK Episode 73

It's new podcast time.. YEEHAW! Not sure why we threw some cowboy lingo in there at the start because this episode of your favourite gaming podcast has very little to do with the wild-west or indeed ranching. Hang on, we do have to lasso Dave H as he refuses to let other people talk at times. Yes, it all makes sense now.

There's a special guest on the show, in the form of chief tea-maker and Cundy foot massager, Darrell Skipper - GamesRadar UK's work experience man.

Expect to hear Dave H become a force of nature with words that can not be stopped. Guest star, Darrell Skipper's Level Skip Sections and a chat about all things games.

TalkRadar UK Fan Art

A collection of the finest pieces of fan art that you lovely people have been creating for us. Some terrifying, some pure genius but it's always welcome. Post your artistic creations inhere.


Above: Cundy's always dreamed of going down to Fiddler's Beach... and being a woman on a lilo


Above: Leading the revolution in podcasting. Not sure who the guy furthest to the right is. Meiks?


Above: A beautiful tribute to Episode 72's discussion on Virtua Fighter 2

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The info bit

Post date: Wednesday 26th January 2011
Run time:1 hour53 minutes16 seconds
Intro music:Sabrepulse| Outro and minigame music:The Disco King
Find all the previous episodes of TalkRadar UK on ourcompendium page