Join Austin Walker and Patrick Klepek twice a week to break down the latest week in games.
We're joined by Roll7's John Ribbins, designer of the award-winning OlliOlli, and writer Kate Gray to talk video games and human hand lamination. Obviously.
Novelist and MIA discuss whether we even need a music industry any more. Plus, what's it like to date Sean Paul?
We speak to Team GB hockey player Giselle Ansley about Britain's Olympic glory and hear from young teachers about how they explained the Brexit vote to pupils.
Labour Party members tell us what a leadership crisis feels like from the inside.
Richard Seymour discusses the future of higher education, while international students talk about what they make of British student culture.
This week on 'Tea Time with T. Kid', our host chats with Michael Zaystev, a cannabis entrepreneur who runs an unexpected business.
Steve Burns and Joel Golby drop in to discuss whether PES or FIFA is going to rule in 16/17, and if No Man's Sky's actually any good.
Joel Golby lets rip at his grandma, Sam Wolfson asks his dad about Brexit and we talk about that guy who hid cocaine in his foreskin.
Steve Burns and Kate Gray join us to discuss Uncharted 4, Firewatch, Hitman and more great games from the year so far, plus a little of what's yet to come.
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In the latest episode of our weed-focused podcast, our host is joined by a young chef who's sick of being described as the kid who transformed his dorm room into one of the hottest restaurants in New York City.
In the first episode of our new podcast 'Tea Time with T. Kid', the titular host and weed expert drinks tests out fancy blunt wraps with cannabis writer David Bienenstock.
We're talking 20 years of Resident Evil, plus 'P.T.', the Silent Hill series and more.
Emily Gera and Steve Burns join VICE Gaming's Mike Diver to chat about 'Her Story', 'Metal Gear Solid V', 'Undertale' and more.
"I'm amazed every day that Giant Bomb still exists..." The site's current staff recall the tough times after Ryan Davis' death.
A-list celebrities and President Obama have made appearances on podcasts – and yet, most people still don't know what a podcast is.
Prosecutors urged a Maryland court to deny Adnan Syed's request for appeal on Wednesday, rejecting his claim that his lawyer was ineffective and didn't help him negotiate a plea deal.
If you pay the full million, you get to be the first guest.
Brian Knappenberger talks about his new film, which looks at the life of American Hacktivist Aaron Swartz.
Reihan Salam sits down with Jose Antonio Vargas, the writer and director of the new documentary Documented.
Michael German, a 16-year veteran of the FBI, discusses how it has changed post-9/11.
Talking to journalist Dayo Olopade about her new book.