Geektown Radio : Episode 77 – Guest Co-Host Wasted’s Danny Kirrane, Interview with The Jungle Book’s Production Designer, UK TV News & Air Date Info!

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16 Aug 16
Geektown Radio - TV & Film News, TV Premiere Updates & Air Date Info!

Geektown Radio – TV & Film News, TV Premiere Updates & Air Date Info!

On this week’s show, not only is it packed with all the usual TV News and Air Date info that you love, but we have a very special guest co-host – actor Danny Kirrane, one of the star’s of E4‘s brilliant new comedy series WASTED!

You might know Danny from his role as Dave on Sky 1’s Trollied, or as Billy on medical drama Critical, but most recently you may have caught his performance as Morpheus on WASTED, one of 4 friends stuck in a sleepy West Country village, who also happens to have the actual Sean Bean as his spirit guide! Click here for our full review of the show.

We also have an interview this week with Christopher Glass, the Production Designer on Jon Favreau’s recent retelling of The Jungle Book. In it we discuss how he blended digital animation with real life sets to create the stunning looking Jungle world you saw on screen, and also how they managed to avoid falling into ‘uncanny valley’…

In this weeks show:

  • Chat with guest co-host Danny Kirrane about the tv shows we’ve been watching, and games we’ve been playing, including an early review of No Man’s Sky, and of course, WASTED.
  • A look at all the latest tv news from the UK and the USA including a slew of Flash/Arrow/Supergirl/Legends news, a new drama from Sky called Tin Star, and the lowdown on Star Trek: Discovery!
  • Interviews with Production Designer Christopher Glass about his work on Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book.
  • As usual, all the latest tv air date updates, and a look forward to tv in the next 7 days in TV.

Geektown Radio : Episode 77 With Guest Co-Host Wasted’s Danny Kirrane, plus Interview with The Jungle Book’s Production Designer, UK TV News & Air Date Info!

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