Archive for March, 2012

BLEEP! Episode 17 Tue 27 Mar 2012

Monday, March 26th, 2012
Yes. That is a very large cartridge.
Episode 17
Tom is back! Tom regales us with tales from his trip to Japan and Steve reviews Total War: Shogun for the PC. Plus some awesome game news and all the assorted Bleep-esque insanity! Be there or fail to be square!
play from the old website
Advertisements

BLEEP! Ep 16 Tue 20 Mar 2012

Monday, March 19th, 2012
Steve with Pat Anderson, guest presenter for
episode 16 and resident World of Warcraft expert.


BLEEP! episode 16:

Tom is still on holiday, so Steve is joined by Pat Anderson, old school nerd and resident wow expert. Reviews of the original World of Warcraft and International Karate, gaming news and music from 1986 as well as all the magnificent Bleepy goodness!

  play from the old website

You can EMAIL THE STATION here with your feedback

Just remember to put BLEEP! in the title so they know which show you are talking about

BLEEP! Episode Fifteen – Tue 13 Mar 2012

Monday, March 12th, 2012
Steve, (the moustache and lack of hair is for an upcoming play, DON’T JUDGE ME!)
and Special guest James Whitrow from Soulstone pictures. 
Episode 15: 
Tom is off in Japan, and the station issues Steve with a carer to make sure he doesn’t go too crazy by himself. Steve reviews Civilization II for the PC, and special Guest James from Soulstone pictures reviews Frogger! All this plus news and the best political correctness joke ever told. What have you got to lose!?
play on the old website here
And you can find the video mentioned by Steve and James here

Bleep! Episode 14 – Tue 6 Mar 2012

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

Episode 14: 

 The first of the one hour episodes on Monday night. Tom reviews Virtua Tennis on the dreamcast, Steve has Summer Games on the C64,

plus all the usual news and hilarity crammed into one hour of compressed entertainment!

play on the old website here

Late Episode

Monday, March 5th, 2012

To make up for the late Episode this week, here’s a little video of the lads out on their first public appearance at Ultracade