Ed, Mikey, Del, Ross and Anne take a look at The Furthest Station by Ben Aaronovitch. A special Hogwarts parcel arrives in the Book Nook (delivered by LootCrate, not Owl, alas) and this weeks Lovely...
Canadian actor turned blogger Jeremy Radick (Doctor Who, The X Files) joins us to talk about working on 90's Candian cult hit TV show The Odyssey and his top 10 Canadians of all time.You can find...
Johnny Whitetrash joins us for part 2 of our look at the 2002 Paul Gross & Leslie Neilson movie, Men with Brooms!Email: DueSouthBSE@gmail.comTwitter: @DueSouthBSEFacebook group: Due South by...
Ed, Ross and Del discuss The Hugo Awards Nominations.Follow us on Twitter @radiobookworm
In our round up show of 2017, Brendan and Spindles give their reactions to The Last Jedi, the Disney/Fox merger, top films of 2017 and more.As always you can find us on facebook: http://www.facebook....
Michelle give us her top 10 Canadians and we remember first watching Due Soutb when it came out, when we were in college together.Email: DueSouthBSE@gmail.comTwitter: @DueSouthBSEFacebook group: Due...
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Here we go folks... Nominations for the 90th Academy Awards have been announced... Let the speculation begin.Performance by an actor in a leading role • Timothée Chalamet in "Call... more
In the first of a new series of retro Let's Plays, Spindles takes on the classic Midway Arcade Game: 1942.If there is a retro game you want to see Spindles take on, then please... more
Deadline today anounced that the release date for the Wonder Woman sequel has been brought forward by a month and a half. Originally scheduled for December 13th 2019, as... more
Netflix is adding another feather to its cap, its very own Comic Book.Mark Millar today announced the name of the first franchise he will be working on, since Netflix bought out... more
My second ever con fell on my birthday weekend and as such a group of 6 of us took to Glasgow for some time away to nerd-up and chill-out. This time I decided to give cosplay a go... more
This film caught my eye upon first viewing the trailer. Having enjoyed biopics/semi-biographical films such as Creation (Charles Darwin), Finding Neverland (J M Barrie), and Black... more
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