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Oh my giddy aunt, will you look at that, we have reached 52 episodes! Wow, you like us, you really do, thank you.  Even more surprising is the fact that we haven’t had the ‘Mericans come busting through our doors looking for fossil fuels, erm, I mean terrorists etc. We have an amazing episode for you this week, starting with DINOSAURS!!! That’s right folks, dinosaurs, and the feather that covered them. It is much more interesting than you might think learning about the α and β keratins that make things such as hair, claws, horns, and feathers. This is combined with a look at some amazingly huge pterosaurs, namely the Quetzalcoatlus Northropi. A dinosaur the size of a small plane that could fly for days at speeds of 140-160 miles per hour, perfect for the get-away on the weekend and avoiding traffic. After this we are faced with news from Star Trek regarding Piccard no longer being a Captain, so grab your cup of Earl Grey Hot and strap in for this as it is amazing, particularly when we try to combine Doctor Who, Star Trek and James Bond into one movie or series. That’s right folks we have tried to combine three of the greatest franchises together this week. After this head exploding drama we look at the absolute mayhem and devastation that is the Metro Exodus leaving Steam debacle. It is such a disaster that you could be forgiven for thinking that we have visited a sewage treatment plant, and trust me plenty of that is hitting the fan over this. After this roller coaster ride we look at games such as Stardew Valley, Elder Scrolls Online and the fact that the DJ is still lonely in Fallout 76. So please, sit back and sip your cup of Earl Grey Hot as we take you on a journey through these topics. As always we would love to hear from you so feel free to drop us a line. As always stay safe, look out for each other and drink lots of water, thank you, so long and farewell.


Fossil Feathers reveal



Jean Luc Picard -

Metro Exodus leaves Steam -

Games currently playing


– Elder Scrolls Online -


– Stardew Valley -


– Fallout 76 -

Other topics discussed

Jurassic Park the movie


Dinosaurs featured in Jurassic Park

Utahraptor -

Velociraptor -

Dinotopia the book series


Skybax – Creature in Dinotopia






William Riker (Star Trek character)


Christopher Pike (Star Trek Character)


Leonard “Bones” McCoy (Star Trek Character)


Montgomery "Scotty" Scott (Star Trek Character)


Star Trek Discovery (CBS Series)


Q (James Bond Character)


Q (Star Trek Character)


Dr Who × Star Trek Crossover: Assimilation2


Other Star Trek Crossovers

- Star Trek × X-Men -

- Star Trek × Planet of the Apes : The Primate Directive -

- Star Trek × Transformers -

Epic Games vs Steam: Which service is better


Humble Bundle partnering with GoG


GoG Connect


4A Games (Studio behind Metro Series)


Star Citizen Lawsuit


Harvest Moon (Super Nintendo Game)


Stardew Valley game screenshot


Stardew Valley Soundtrack

Wiki -

Full Soundtrack now on Youtube - 

Bobby Vinton – Mr. Lonely


Fallout 76 Premium leather jacket


Special Remembrances

- Space Shuttle Challenger disaster -

- Matt Rose (Make up artist for Hellboy & Ed Wood) -

- Dick Miller (Gremlins & Terminator actor) -

Tim Cook blames China for weak iPhone sales


Fallout Nuka Dark Rum Review


Thirty-nine cent stamp of Hattie McDaniel



29 Jan 1845 – Edgar Allen Poe’s The Raven was published New York Evening Mirror -

16 Jan 1974 – 45th anniversary of the Rubik’s cube invention -

29 Jan 1980 – 39th anniversary of the Rubik’s cube’s international debut at the Ideal Toy Corp. in Earl's Court, London -

30 Jan 1969 - The Beatles last performance on Apple records rooftops -


30 Jan 1948 - Orville Wright, US aviation pioneer, dies of cardiac arrest at 76 in Dayton, Ohio -

30 Jan 1991 - John Bardeen, American physicist, electrical engineer and co-inventor of the transistor (Nobel 1956, 1972), dies of heart disease at 82 in Boston, Massachusetts -

31 Jan 1956 - A. A. Milne, English author of the Winnie-the-Pooh books, dies of stroke at 74 in Hartfield, Sussex -


29 Jan 1945 - Tom Selleck, actor (Lance-Rockford Files, Magnum PI), born in Detroit, Michigan -

30 Jan 1925 - Douglas Engelbart, American computer scientist (computer mouse, Engelbart's Law), born in Portland, Oregon -

30 Jan 1949 - Peter Agre, American biologist & Nobel laureate, born in Northfield, Minnesota -

Events of Interest

29 Jan 1886 - Karl Benz patents the "Benz Patent-Motorwagen" in Karlsruhe, Germany, the world's 1st automobile with a burning motor -

Patent -

Benz Patent-Motorwagen -

29 Jan 1964 - "Dr Strangelove" or also known as Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, directed by Stanley Kubrick and starring Peter Sellers and George C. Scott, premieres -

29 Jan 1993 - US postal service issues a stamp commemorating chemist Percy Lavon Julian -

29 Jan 2006 - US 39-cent stamp is released featuring Hattie McDaniel in the dress she wore in 1940 when she became the 1st African-American actress to accept an Academy Award -


Artist – Goblins from Mars

Song Title – Super Mario - Overworld Theme (GFM Trap Remix)

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