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All things geek, gadgets and gaming with Jon Cresswell and Darren Cooke. This week, there’s the music of R-R-Riiiiidge Racer, we look at a gaming hackathon here in Lincoln and play one of our new games. Inspired by the terrible taglines seen across the Mobile World Congress floor – this is One Direction Song or…

City Vibe’s tribute to Craig White

http://media.blubrry.com/sirenfm/p/media.sirenonline.co.uk/audio/features/City%20Vibe%20-%20Craig%20White%20Tribute.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 50:22 — 46.1MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSOn Friday, February 22nd, City Vibe presented a special show in tribute to Craig White. Craig White was a journalism student at the University of Lincoln who sadly passed away before Christmas. His friends and colleagues put together this one hour special show celebrating his life, hobbies…

Connected #14 – Insult Sword Fighting, Graph Search and THQ

ep14This week on Siren FM’s geek culture show: Jon and Darren consider how to improve Tennis matches with the music of Mario and have a go at Monkey Island’s legendary insult sword fighting.

There’s Facebook’s latest attempt at being simultaneously creepy and fascinating, the latest news plus the music of Final Fantasy in the mixtape.

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Connected #13 – The Video Game Opinion Amnesty

Jon and Darren open the opinion amnesty to help you commit heresy against popular games. We celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Mega Man series (as Capcom aren’t going to), check up with Darren’s diary on CodeAcademy, try to solve games retail (hint: we don’t) and for the second week running we try and do weather reports. Will we get it right this time?

Connected – Episode 13 by Connected on Mixcloud

Connected #12 – CES, Codeacademy and consoles

Connected is back for 2013: Jon and Darren discuss the latest news from CES, find out why you should never teach a computer rude words, look at how to learn something new to the new year and what the mobile market means for the future of games – plus, we need a new hashtag for the show since we tried to #getdarrenontwitter… how about we #bringbackbebo?

Celebrating the end of the Mayan Calendar

From 5pm on Thursday 20th December through to 6pm on Friday 21st December, The Midweek Drive Team will be broadcasting continuously to commemorate the end of the ancient Mayan calendar, at 11:11 UTC on 21st December 2012. To mark the passing of the predicted apocalypse, Alex Lewczuk, has scheduled the unique trans-Atlantic broadcast with US…