…and hopefully gets to see a recording of Radio 4’s topical comedy panel show, “The News Quiz” tonight.
Yes, I am middle-class.
Never been to a recording of a radio show before, but I figure that’s it’s a good way to spend my Thursday evening – I’d only be mowing down Lambent hordes otherwise. And as a proud, adopted Sheffielder, I’ve got to support the “It’s Grin Up North” comedy festival, haven’t I?
With thanks to my bro-in-law for the tickets, I shall be departing for the venue quite soon after you read these words. And you can listen to the show yourself – it goes out on Friday nights at 6:30pm on Radio Four, or you can check it out as a free download on iTunes.
What have you got to lose?
Over at Joystiq, “Warhammer 40K: Space Marine” producer Andy Lang ponders the mixed reception for developer Relic’s first entry into the console action game market and hints at what might be down the line in a Eurogamer interview.
If you’ve read this blog in recent weeks, you will be no doubt all too aware that I really loved the game and can’t wait to see to more entries in the franchise (subliminal message – make a ‘Space Wolves‘ game, Relic. A ‘Space Wolves’ game is what you want to make).
In which diplomacy fails quite dramatically and things go 'Boom!'
In related news, THQ’s “Warhammer 40K” MMO game, “Dark Millennium” now has a release date according to Joystiq – March 13, 2013.
Well, that gives you enough time to save your pennies, at least.
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