Best retrocomputing podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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Retro Computing Roundtable
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Retro Computing Roundtable
 
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Retro Computer Museum's Podcast
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Join the crew from the Retro Computer Museum in Leicester, UK as they discuss all things 'retro computing' and the work they do at the museum.
 
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FloppyDays Vintage Computing Podcast
 
Vintage computing Podcast for all types of retrocomputers
 
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ANTIC The Atari 8-bit Podcast
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Retrocomputing podcast about the Atari 8-bit line of personal computers
 
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Eaten By A Grue: Infocom, Text Adventures, and Interactive Fiction
 
Kevin Savetz and Carrington Vanston discuss and review classic Infocom games, text adventures, and interactive fiction.
 
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One Man & His Mic
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1 hour of retro computer music fun hosted by Kenz!
 
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Old Fart Geeks podcast
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A podcast about retro computers and technology
 
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Boring Beige Box
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Computing culture from 80s and 90s.
 
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The CoCo Crew Podcast
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A delicious adventure into the world of retrocomputing news and information, featuring the Tandy Color Computer!
 
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Echoes of KFest
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The Echoes of KFest podcast features speeches and presentations from the world's only annual Apple II retrocomputing convention.
 
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Jason Scott Talks His Way Out of It
 
Historian and loudmouth Jason Scott shares stories of technology, retrocomputing, documentary filmmaking, and general schennanigans from his decades of travels and research. From experiences on the road while shooting documentaries to often-obscure points of order, Jason keeps a fast-moving pace and even he doesn't know where we're ending up at the end.
 
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Echoes of KFest (video)
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The Echoes of KFest video podcast features speeches and presentations from the world's only annual Apple II retrocomputing convention.
 
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Old Fart Geeks podcast
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A podcast about retro computers and technology
 
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The CoCo Crew Podcast
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A delicious adventure into the world of retrocomputing news and information, featuring the Tandy Color Computer!
 
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Next Without For
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At Next Without For, we cover historical computer languages (compilers and interpreters) and modern programming tools for retro computers. Next Without For is a member of the Retrobits Family of podcasts.
 
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Mozomedia Music Podcast - mp3 version
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Twice a month we bring you two songs - songs you've probably never heard and songs you've requested we make for you. We serve you fresh originals and obscure gems, could be indie rock, pop, ambient soundscapes, experimental, music-made-on-retro-computers or whatever other genre we've wandered into to bring you good music. We also feature a monthly satiric SuBBrilliant News report from Tom Merritt. And you can ask us to make your dream song for you - specify the song title and what you'd like ...
 
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The CoCo Crew Podcast
Monthly
 
A delicious adventure into the world of retrocomputing news and information, featuring the Tandy Color Computer!
 
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Two Song Shot - Enhanced version
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Twice a month we bring you two songs - songs you've probably never heard and songs you've requested we make for you. We serve you fresh originals and obscure gems, could be indie rock, pop, ambient soundscapes, experimental, music-made-on-retro-computers or whatever other genre we've wandered into to bring you good music. We also often feature satiric SuBBrilliant News reports from Tom Merritt. And you can ask us to make your dream song for you - specify the song title and what you'd like it ...
 
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CoCoTALK! Episode 27 - the Ease of Use Episode! Original air date - 09-23-2017 On the show: John Strong, Richard Lorbieski, Barry Nelson, Bill Nobel, Curtis Boyle, David Ladd, Simon Jonassen, Rick Adams, Nicholas Marentes, Jim Brain from Retro Innovations, and D. Bruce More. John Strong filled us in on the status of his projects "Dr. CoCo" a Dr ...…
 
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Cinamazing Chats
 
It's killer vs. killer as Sylvester Stallone and Antonio Banderas try to outdo each other and be the best assassin of all time for deeply nebulous reasons, as we discuss the film Assassins (1995). Experience the full range of human emotion—from devoid of feeling to hammy. We chat about the finer points of meaningless assassin feuds, retro compu ...…
 
CoCoTALK #22 08-19-2017 Episode 22 - Nick Marentes Pac-Man 1.1 - Basic09 and more! Nick Marentes Pac-Man update 1.1 http://www.members.optusnet.com.au/nickma/ProjectArchive/pacman.html Bruce Moore will show as a peek at BASIC09 Rons Garage: A look at the amazing retro computer collection from Ron Delvaux Newbie question of the week from Grant L ...…
 
CoCoTALK #21 08-12-2017 Episode 21 - Podcast announcement, Ron's retro video, Grant's newbie questions, David's tech corner, and more! This week we announce that previous episodes of CoCoTALK! can now also be listened to as an audio podcast! Visit http://cocotalk.live for all things CoCoTALK! We hear from the real Neil Brookins, who is not an i ...…
 
CoCoTALK #20 08-05-2017 Episode 20 - Community Chat - Ron's Garage - Forest of Doom teaser CoCoTALK turns 20 episodes old today and we're celebrating! The topic is CoCo Community Chat, and all members of the CoCo Community are encouraged and invited to join us in the Skype call and become part of the discussion, to do so, you need to add ogStev ...…
 
This month on Open Apple, we run the annual group megapodcast that is recorded live at KansasFest! This is a four-year-old tradition whereby all the attending retro podcasters get together and do one big silly show together. It’s clunky, it’s pointless, and the audio quality is terrible because we’re all crowded one microphone in a grungy old b ...…
 
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Chaos Computer Club - recent audio-only feed
 
An in-depth demonstration of the process of creating video game music on an authentic retro computer - namely, the ZX Spectrum. Over the course of an hour I will attempt to create, from scratch, a chiptune cover version of a pop song chosen by the audience. Along the way, I'll explain the hardware limitations that give rise to the well-known bl ...…
 
This week I'm joined David Murray aka The 8-Bit Guy & 8-Bit Keys to discuss Star Wars films, Marvel Movies, Electric Cars, Techmoan, Sci-Fi and so much more. We discuss how he hears Techmoan narrating his videos in his head when writing scripts, why he hates superhero films, his opinions on the Star Wars prequels and Sequels, how he got started ...…
 
Host's Topic: News news news So much news since the previous episode, the topic is: more news. Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting), Michael Mulhern, and Earl Evans Feedback notes Modifying Microsoft Flight Simulator 4 to run on three immersive monitors 64bites: Commodore 64 BASIC/Assembly video tutorials Love Notes to Newton documentary (indiego ...…
 
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The Retro Hour (Retro Gaming Podcast)
 
We chat to the team behind the UK's biggest retro computing and gaming museum, the Centre For Computing History in Cambridge.http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/Thanks to our amazing donators this week: RockerRoller, Liam Clancy, William Bateman, Leigh Bestford Our website: http://theretrohour.comOur Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/theretrohou ...…
 
Host's Topic: Random Access Memories RAM limitations. Early on in home/personal computing, we were faced with very real RAM constraints. Not like today’s RAM measured in GBs and added in freely, only really affecting disk reliance. What do you remember about bumping into RAM limits, planning programs around them, finding failures, expanding, et ...…
 
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ANTIC The Atari 8-bit Podcast
 
In this episode of ANTIC The Atari 8-bit Computer Podcast, Randy and Kevin spar over where the ANTIC corporate headquarters should be, Kevin steps out on the Atari 8 bit and makes us proud in the 10-liner BASIC contest, and Nir Dary brings us the scoop on Wopniak 2017. Plus all the Atari news we could find this month. READY! Recurring Links Flo ...…
 
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Fork Bomb - Technology and Other Nerdy Retro Stuff
 
We made it to episode 10! In this special episode, we talk about our shared hobby of setting up and maintaining retro computers. If you want to participate in the conversation, or want to suggest future topics here's how you can contact us! Email: forkbombpodcast@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/forkbombpodcast/ Twitter: @forkbombpo ...…
 
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Fork Bomb - Technology and Other Nerdy Retro Stuff
 
We made it to episode 10! In this special episode, we talk about our shared hobby of setting up and maintaining retro computers. If you want to participate in the conversation, or want to suggest future topics here's how you can contact us! Email: forkbombpodcast@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/forkbombpodcast/ Twitter: @forkbombpo ...…
 
Host's Topic: Future nostalgists We're nostalgic for our formative computing years now, but lots of that old cool stuff got discarded or broken or traded along the way. D'oh! If only we'd been thinking of now then. But the kids of today will be our age at some point. Are we doing any better for their generation? What will they want back? Or, ma ...…
 
Departing from our normal format, we take a look back at tech of the past with this feature show on retro computing. Our guest is Paul Hagstrom. Blog: http://yesterbits.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/yesterbitsRetrocomputing Roundtable: http://rcrpodcast.comDrop III Inches [Apple ///]: http://drop-iii-inches.com…
 
Departing from our normal format, we take a look back at tech of the past with this feature show on retro computing. Our guest is Paul Hagstrom. Blog: http://yesterbits.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/yesterbitsRetrocomputing Roundtable: http://rcrpodcast.comDrop III Inches [Apple ///]: http://drop-iii-inches.com…
 
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Retro Computing Roundtable
 
Panelists: Jack Nutting (hosting), Earl Evans, Paul Hagstrom, and Michael Mulhern Host's Topic: Is this important? Is this old stuff objectively important, or is it just nostalgia? Feedback notes Living Computer Musem + Labs' permanent Apple exhibit Break Out: How the Apple II launched the gaming revolution (David Craddock) Breakout: How Atari ...…
 
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Retro Computing Roundtable
 
Panelists: Earl Evans (hosting), Paul Hagstrom, Michael Mulhern, and Jack Nutting Host's Topic: Spring cleaning Do you remove the accumulated goop? How do you remove the accumulated goop? Topic/feedback links: How II 0x06: Cleaning Vintage Plastic Parts Your Computer Emulating DOS, for running legacy applications DOSBox vDOS vDosPlus PCem Build ...…
 
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ANTIC The Atari 8-bit Podcast
 
Atawi Fowever!!! In this episode of Antic the Atari 8-bit podcast: Nir Dary talks about the Atari Invasion Show, Tom Raida brings back the programming language segment to talk about Kyan Pascal, we tell you about all the Atari shows going on this year around the world, and in order to head off lawsuits we tell you about all the possible side ef ...…
 
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Retro Computing Roundtable
 
Panelists: Michael Mulhern (hosting), Earl Evans, Paul Hagstrom, and Jack Nutting Host's Topic: Still Going Strong Adobe Illustrator recently turned 30 years old. AutoCAD is 34, Microsoft Word and Excel are both over 30, and Mathematica is 28. Even the IBM PC emulator DOSBox is itself now almost 15 years old. What new versions of old applicatio ...…
 
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Retro Computing Roundtable
 
Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting), Earl Evans, and Carrington Vanston) Host's Topic: Venturing down the retro upgrade path How far should we go down the upgrade path toward modernity? If you have a, say, 68030 Mac, would you want to put a third-party 68040 accelerator in it? You would have in 1993. But what is the point today? Retro Computing ...…
 
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Retro Computing Roundtable
 
Panelists: Earl Evans (hosting), Paul Hagstrom, Michael Mulhern, and Carrington Vanston) Host's Topic: Big collections Big collections -- what are the implications? Saving systems from oblivion? Or, perhaps, removing them from the hands of enthusiasts who might happily use them? How to enjoy a large collection -- viewing, using, showcasing? Ret ...…
 
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Retro Computer Museum's Podcast
 
Join Dean, Andy and Simon as they discuss all things 'retro computing' and their work at the Retro Computer Museum in Leicester, UK. This week it's all about their individual journey into the world of retro computing, their favorite childhood systems and how Andy got around to starting the museum.
 
This month on Open Apple, we round out the year with our annual tradition of sitting around a virtual table with some friends of the show, discussing whatever comes to mind. Mike and Quinn are joined by Jeremy Barr-Hyde, Jorma Honkanen, Kate Szkotnicki & Chris Torrence. We have a really fun mix of Apple II fans from all walks of life and all pa ...…
 
This month on Open Apple, we round out the year with our annual tradition of sitting around a virtual table with some friends of the show, discussing whatever comes to mind. Mike and Quinn are joined by Jeremy Barr-Hyde, Jorma Honkanen, Kate Szkotnicki & Chris Torrence. We have a really fun mix of Apple II fans from all walks of life and all pa ...…
 
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Retro Computing Roundtable
 
Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting) and Carrington Vanston (not hosting) Host's Topic: The next new old thing So, we’re kind of experts on something. Or we’re familiar with something. But part of the fun of the hobby is seeing what else there was that we never got involved in. Now that we have our new modern brains, what old things are you inter ...…
 
Vanessa Thomas hails from Alberta, Canada via Lancaster, England. She’s a PhD candidate in the High Wire Centre and has worked in a lot of different areas, continually exploring the relationship between computing and sustainability. Sam:Welcome to Sustainable Lens: Resilience on Radio, a weekly show on sustainability topics brought to you by Ot ...…
 
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Retro Computing Roundtable
 
Panelists: Ken Gagne (hosting), Earl Evans, Paul Hagstrom, and Carrington Vanston Host's Topic: What's your favorite retrogaming input device? What's your preference for retrogaming? On original hardware, on new hardware? Retro Computing News: Atari Gotcha Tube Tunes podcast Word for Windows 1.1a source code at CHM Norway to become first countr ...…
 
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The History of Personal Computing
 
Commodore 64 Ad For the new year, David and Jeff have decided to look back on the earlier times of computer retail by relating their experiences in getting their first computers. Links mentioned in this episode: SCSI2SD – SD to SCSI adapter for retro computing Human Computers: The Women of NASA Today in Apple history: Apple II gets its ‘killer ...…
 
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The History of Personal Computing
 
Commodore 64 Ad For the new year, David and Jeff have decided to look back on the earlier times of computer retail by relating their experiences in getting their first computers. Links mentioned in this episode: SCSI2SD – SD to SCSI adapter for retro computing Human Computers: The Women of NASA Today in Apple history: Apple II gets its ‘killer ...…
 
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Retro Computing Roundtable
 
Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting), Michael Mulhern, and Carrington Vanston Host's Topic: The new retro The calendar has flipped over again, to 2017. How does that affect what we consider to be "retro"? Retro Computing News: It's 2017. Vintage Computer Commercials "How To" Feedback/Discussion: @rcrpodcast on Twitter Vintage Computer Forum RCR P ...…
 
For our 50th Episode we talk about what computers got us in to computers today. Show Notes: http://www.adminadminpodcast.co.uk/ep50sn/
 
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Retro Computing Roundtable
 
Panelists: Michael Mulhern (hosting), Paul Hagstrom, and Carrington Vanston Host's Topic: Acquisitions of 2016 Acquisitions of 2016 - What were your favourite finds for the 2016? Any surprises, good or bad? Are you looking for anything in particular for 2017? Retro Computing News: AtariCrypt magazine MAGIC-1 TTL-based computer LNW-80 L2 BASIC R ...…
 
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The History of Personal Computing
 
Creative Computing from December 1980 On today’s show we’re taking a special holiday detour by covering retrocomputing gift ideas. Perhaps something to give to a loved one, or just something you can gift yourself! http://www.historyofpersonalcomputing.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/HofPC-52.mp3 Links mentioned in this episode: Creative Computin ...…
 
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The History of Personal Computing
 
Creative Computing from December 1980 On today’s show we’re taking a special holiday detour by covering retrocomputing gift ideas. Perhaps something to give to a loved one, or just something you can gift yourself! http://www.historyofpersonalcomputing.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/HofPC-52.mp3 Links mentioned in this episode: Creative Computin ...…
 
This week we're frustrated with Nintendo, eBay and the NES mini's controller cords. We marvel at how colorful Atari Jaguar games were, and get back to BASICs. What does copyright law have to do with creating Legend of Zelda's intro theme? Tune in to find out! This Week in Gaming History November 27, 1957 - Birthdate of Michael A. Stackpole, gam ...…
 
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Retro Computing Roundtable
 
Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting), Earl Evans, Michael Mulhern, Jack Nutting, and Carrington Vanston Host's Topic: Replica replica Replicas, precise or otherwise. What do you think about (near-)perfect replicas? Is our nostalgia for using a new-looking object, or for using an object that was actually produced in the past? Should we worry about ...…
 
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Computing and Information Technology
 
Footage from the Retro Gaming 2016 event, hosted at Plymouth University on 7th November 2016 (part of the South West Retro Computing Archive collaboration with the BCS South West Branch). [Released under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 UK: England & Wales licence.]
 
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Retro Computing Roundtable
 
Panelists: Michael Mulhern (hosting), Paul Hagstrom, John Linville, and Jack Nutting Host's Topic: RetroChallenge 2016/10 Both Michael and John were first time RC judges - How did it go? Retro Computing News: RetroChallenge Jumpman: Reverse Engineering the Atari 8-bit Version gcc explorer w/ gcc6809 and CMOC Burroughs 220 simulator - on an Appl ...…
 
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Retro Computing Roundtable
 
Panelists: Earl Evans (hosting), Michael Mulhern, and Paul Hagstrom Host's Topic: How do you get your retrocomputing content and community? How do you get your retrocomputing content and community? Forums, Google+, Facebook, Usenet, Mailing lists, IRC? Retro Computing News: Prototype IBM PC, Atari 800-inspired Paul Atkinson: “Delete: A design h ...…
 
This month on Open Apple, we share an excerpt of an interview with John Brooks, courtesy of Juiced.GS. John talks about how and why he updated ProDOS, and his experiences getting back into the community. Tune in to hear Quinn lose 20 years of time perception around the Tiger Learning Computer, then pretend to know stuff about power supplies. Me ...…
 
This month on Open Apple, we share an excerpt of an interview with John Brooks, courtesy of Juiced.GS. John talks about how and why he updated ProDOS, and his experiences getting back into the community. Tune in to hear Quinn lose 20 years of time perception around the Tiger Learning Computer, then pretend to know stuff about power supplies. Me ...…
 
Last week marked the final episode of the Less Than or Equal podcast. After one hundred episodes of pursuing equality in geekdom by celebrating the diverse and their accomplishments, host Aleen Simms is — at least for now — hanging up her mic. http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/ltoerelay/ltoe-100.mp3 This is a bitterswee ...…
 
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