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  1. Abnormal Mapping 90: Titanfall 2 — Abnormal Mapping

    What does it mean to get into a robot? What does it mean when that robot is

    cool, when juxtaposed against war being hell? What does any of this mean

    when you do it all in a South African accent? We open the chamber of guf as

    we leap across the mighty gulfs between intent and execution as we talk

    about everyone’s favorite neglected mech shooter, Titanfall 2!

    Things Discussed: Ninja Gaiden, Ninja Gaiden 2, Dark Souls, Spyro the

    Dragon, Titanfall 2, Mirror’s Edge, Gemini: Heroes Reborn, Prince of

    Persia: The Forgotten Sands, Mobile Suit Gundam

    This Month’s Game Club:

    Titanfall 2

    Next Month’s Game Club: 

    Devil May Cry 3

    https://www.abnormalmapping.com/the-abnormal-mapping-podcast/2019/4/11/5wckd8inyu0e4ripc99b974wxv71q3

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  2. The Incomparable | No One in a Powdered Wig is Scrappy (Episode 286)

    It’s taking the culture by storm, the biggest Broadway musical in years—and it’s about… the first U.S. secretary of the treasury, Alexander Hamilton? It seems unlikely, but nothing about the “Hamilton” story is likely. Lin-Manuel Miranda took the biography of a lesser-known early American figure and turned it into a story full of catchy songs and social commentary, including the rapid-fire hip-hop lyrics and the casting of non-white actors in most of the parts. Four of our “Hamilton”-mad panelists discuss the appeal of the show and why it works so incredibly well.

    (This we’ve also launched an entire podcast devoted to “Hamilton”, so if you want to hear various panels discuss the show song by song, you may want to subscribe to that, too.)

    Piano intro and outro music from Hamilton played by Christopher Breen.

    https://www.theincomparable.com/theincomparable/286/index.php

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  3. Paper Radio : The Cosmic Frequency

    Paper Radio. Stories that talk. A creative audio fiction and non-fiction podcast from Australia and New Zealand.

    Before the likes of Skype and Twitter, curious people built and operated amateur ‘ham’ radios in order to connect with other curious people around the world.

    The Cosmic Frequency tells the story of Maggie Iaquinto, an American-born Australian who forged a unique relationship with the Russian cosmonauts aboard the space station Mir.

    http://www.paperradio.net/am/the-cosmic-frequency

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