We chat to Robert Cringely who was behind the classic documentary Triumph of the Nerds. His Infoworld gossip column gave him a unique inside look at the rise of the computer industry, and he was Apple employee number 12!
We chat to games industry veteran Garry Kitchen who has worked for companies like Activision and Coleco, and co-founded Absolute Entertainment. Today he's back making Atari 2600 games with partner David Crane at Audacity games.
Haujobb is an international demo group, formed in the early 90s. We chat to members Melkor and NoName about their productions, the early party scene and how the demo scene is now being recognised by UNESCO as important world heritage!
We're joined by John Linneman from Digital Foundry Retro for a fantastically nostalgic chat about everything from Sega's 32X to the Nuon, and find out why attention to detail matters when it comes to retro gaming.
We chat to industry legend Noah Falstein who started his career at Milton Bradley and Williams, worked on classics like Monkey Island and Indiana Jones at Lucasfilm Games before joining the 3DO company.