Podcast for the Shane Plays radio show from 10/22/2016:
“Burger” Becky Heineman & The Bard’s Tale Remastered!
Highlights: Geek news; “Burger” Becky Heineman on winning the very first console game championship, her upcoming RPG Dragons of the Rip and the Bards Tale I-III Remastered project!
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TEMPORARY STATION CHANGE STARTING OCTOBER 8th for six weeks due to football:
Same time – Saturdays at 1 PM on temporary sister station of 99.5 FM, then rebroadcast Sundays at 5 PM on our regular station of 96.5 FM.
Steve Dillon, Iconic Preacher And Punisher Artist, Has Died | ComicBook.com
Star Trek Adventures Living Playtest Sign up
Thanks to Patreon supporter Gaaron Gilham for this news item
Spa-Con set for long run | Hot Springs Sentinel-Record
Trailer for the new Nintendo console, now officially known as Switch not NX
Voice actors declare strike against video game companies | Polygon
Actors group could start strike against video game publishers on October 21 | Venture Beat
The Walking Dead Gets Renewed For Season 8 Before Season 7 Even Premieres | Games Radar
GUEST: “BURGER” BECKY HEINEMAN
Rebecca Ann Heineman (born William Salvador Heineman) is an American video game programmer. A long-time veteran of the computer game industry (originally credited mostly as Bill Heineman), Heineman was a founding member of Interplay Productions, Logicware, and Contraband Entertainment. She has also been affiliated at various times with Barking Lizards Technologies, Electronic Arts, Bloomberg, Microsoft, MacPlay and Ubisoft, among other game companies. Heineman works as the CEO of Olde Skuul in Seattle, Washington.
NEXT WEEK: ALAN HOWARTH
Howarth’s collaborations with John Carpenter include: Escape From New York, Halloween II, Halloween III, Halloween IV, Halloween V, Halloween VI, Christine, Big Trouble in Little China, Prince of Darkness. and They Live.
His music been featured in films like The Dentist and The Dentist 2, Boo, Evolution, Basement Jack, Hansel and Gretel, Zombie Night, and Brutal.
His award-winning sound designs have appeared in Star Trek I, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Poltergeist, Back to the Future Part II, and Back to the Future Part III, The Little Mermaid and Total Recall. His team received Academy Award awards for Best Sound Effects for The Hunt for Red October and Bram Stoker’s Dracula directed by Francis Ford Coppola.