Meeples & Miniatures – Episode 46

Download Episode 46

The latest episode of Meeples & Miniatures Podcast is now available to download.

This is the first of the new format monthly editions of the Meeples & Miniatures Podcast, and it’s a bit of a monster.

I’m very pleased to welcome two new co-hosts to the podcast, in the shape of Dave Luff and Jere Koskela.

As well as Dave and Jere, the show has two new sections.

The first is ‘View from the Veranda’, where I discuss various Miniature wargame–related subjects with Henry Hyde of Battlegames magazine. In the premiere episode, we look back at how Battlegames magazine has moved forward in the past year or so, and take a look forward at a couple of things to come.

The second section is ‘The Painting Shed’. I’ve had several requests from listeners to include a hobby section about painting on the show, so we begin a series of articles looking at all the techniques surrounding painting miniatures. Today we concentrate on preparation.

In addition to our new sections, some of the old favourites remain. We have two in-depth reviews, as we take a close look at Memoir ’44 and Canvas Eagles. We also spend some time talking about the games we have been playing in the last month or so.

Finally, I announce the results of the Gutshot Competiton.

Enjoy the show!

00:00 Intro
08:30 Rumblings – Dominion, Uncharted Seas, Twilight Struggle
37:45 In-Depth Review – Memoir ‘44
97:20 Competition
101:40 View from the Veranda – Latest news on Battlegames magazine, with Henry Hyde
137:30 Review – Canvas Eagles
167:00 The Painting Shed – Preparing models
193:10 Closing Comments

3 Comments on Meeples & Miniatures – Episode 46

  1. Paul Caspall // February 5, 2009 at 12:43 // Reply

    Great show.

    Love the new format. Best bit: Meeples & Miniatures has now gone ‘Top Gear’ with 3 presenters. Main difference: unlike the better known version, here it’s Captain Slow who is the main presenter. 😉

    Brilliant stuff.

  2. Really like the new format. Moving from strength to strength. Keep up the fantastic work Neil and co!

  3. One of the best shows yet Neil. Last show was good as well. Keep it up.

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