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Episode 16: Stalking Stanhope!
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August 23, 2015 12:20 PM PDT
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MFTB proudly present McV's interview with comedic legend Doug Stanhope!!! The stock drops sharply afterwards as the Beastmasters return to their inane waffle. The awesome closing track comes courtesy of tech-noir tough-guy MAXTHOR.

Episode 15: John Lewis Corner
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August 20, 2015 09:31 AM PDT
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Instead of an in-depth look at Antman & T5 the Beastmasters go off on one about mawkish reunion shows and a doc about a Sheff sauna, before taking cheap pot-shots at each others taste in live performers. Undead music comes courtesy of the awesome Iron Sphincter!

Episode 14: Hasta La Beasta!
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July 22, 2015 10:41 AM PDT
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The Beastmasters return to talk about all things Terminator. The topic moves onto Peter Parker's short-comings and the logic of putting Batman on a spaceship. Music comes courtesy of Italian punks 'Cavaverman' and Steel City rockers 'Roaming Son'. Also, Brian Trevelan gives a hypnotic reaction to Jim's band.

Episode 13: Souperman Returns
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June 30, 2015 03:54 PM PDT
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MFTB pays homage to it's roots in the form of an Electric Soup Kitchen revival as we are joined by Marcus Daley - The Head Chef. McV becomes a donut themed assassin and Jim retro matchmakes Kurt Cobain with his obvious soul-mate Rene Russo.

Episode 12: Age of Daz Ultron
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May 20, 2015 12:47 PM PDT
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The Beastmasters return to review Mad Max: Fury Road and Avengers 2. Also McV's mind is blown by the genius of Jim Mahfood & Joe Casey's Miami Vice Remix comic. Music comes courtesy of The Clench and Zombina and The Skeletones!

Episode 11: The Men Without Fear!
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April 21, 2015 12:42 PM PDT
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The Beastmasters return to rave about the new Daredevil TV show, which lacks only Coolio and a seesaw scene. Jim finds an unlikely scapegoat for Keaton's Oscar failure and reviews include recent thinky sci-fi and the new Nirvana doc. Music comes courtesy of McV's band The Clench and The Backhanders.

Episode 10: Best of the Beast - Year One
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April 05, 2015 10:17 AM PDT
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A bite-size look back at Year One of MFTB via some tasty choice cuts from the past 9 episodes, including a snippet of all our guests. The truly stunning closing track 'From Falling To Flight' comes courtesy of Vector Sector!

Episode 9: Fifty Shades of McVeigh
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February 03, 2015 10:10 AM PST
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In acknowledgement of the romantic season the Beastmasters offer some recommended trousers down viewing. Melissa (Jim's wife) weighs in with an insightful female perspective on the topic. Music comes from 20s/30s blues singer Bessie Smith.

Episode 8: The Two (un)Wise Men
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December 22, 2014 05:48 PM PST
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The festive spirit leads to some low-brow hijinks as the Beastmasters round-up their personal highs of 2014. McV unknowingly perfects his Bobcat Goldthwait impersonation and Jim declares his favourite Doctor Who to be 'Tom Pertwee'. Music comes courtesy of 65 Days of Static from their Silent Running re-score project.

Episode 7: How The Beast Stole Christmas
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December 21, 2014 08:29 AM PST
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The Beastmasters reunite to discuss festive favourites like Lars Von Trier, David Simon, existential sci-fi and 90s Irish indie. Music comes courtesy of horrorcore troubadour Murkbox and punk-rock pervs The Ape Drape Escape.

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