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9.8.13 Cult Friction Podcast

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on August 9, 2013 by cultfriction

9.8.13 Cult Friction Podcast

On this weeks Cult Friction; We’ll be talking about the exciting news of the 12th Doctor Who Peter Capaldi, we’ll be taking a look at technology meeting fashion with the Google Glass and the iWatch, we’ll be reviewing the news from The Expendables 3 and Kick Ass 2 as well as rating our top action movie actors who can act!

2.8.13 Cult Friction Podcast

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on August 4, 2013 by cultfriction

On this weeks show; a Steve Jobs Biopic, New Villain on Sherlock, a massive EVE space battle MMORPG, our favourite shows to Netflix or binge watch and we’ll be taking a look at some of the best online browser games on the web today.

Hollow Man – A look at The Invisible Tour Guide

Posted in Features with tags , , , , , on April 6, 2009 by cultfriction

Leading you by the hand, where angels fear to tread

The Invisable Tour Guide is one of those little ideas you wish you thought of before! Capitalising on the ever growing podcast market, ITG is a wonderfully written unique comedy experience for the cultured city dweller. 

Our tour guide is none other than the great and respected Professor Byron Frump, a  dottering old dinosaur of a man with a vast knowledge of the hidden side of art. What makes this concept unique lies in its infinite application. Although the early episodes are confined to Irish exhibitions and locations there is nothing stopping this idea being expanded to cover the great art galleries and tourist hot spots the world over. Even if you never get to experience the on-site pod-cast/walk around each tour guide is a little gem of giggles and enjoyment. 

Be the first one of your friends to discover this fantastic podcast comedy here at this rather informative site. http://theinvisibletourguide.com,

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Gareth Stack, writer of ITG, is the mastermind beind other pioneering internet ventures including Ireland’s first comedy podcast ‘Technolotics’ (http://technolotics.com), and is currently co-writing Ireland first online novel ‘Jackdaw Fool’ (http://hipnovel.com)