Welcome to Episode Six of the SWFUK podcast brought to you in conjunction with www.starwarsforum.co.uk. This month we speak with Chris Mann and discuss his collecting habits including taking a look at his Yoda focus. Grant Criddle brings us the second part of the Vintage Star Wars Computer Games in this months oddballs. We hear from David Moss in this months forum roundup section and Richard looks at the new SWCA format in his boom section. We have all the other usual favourites, such as, Latest Acquisitions, Market, Events and Rapid Fire sections. It's another scorcher of a show, so sit back and enjoy this months Vintage Collecting Number One Podcast!
Episode 5 : TinTim, Why Aren't You At Your Post?
Episode 5 is another action packed show with all the usual favourite sections, including Boom Section, Forum Roundup, Latest Acquisitions, Rapid Fire, Market and Events. The podcast team are privileged to have Belgian Star Wars fanatic Tim Veekhoven on for an interview. Tim is the co-founder and President of Star Wars Fan Club Teekay 421 as well as having work published by both starwars.com and Star Wars Insider Magazine. We also have a belter of an oddballs section this month as we delve into the licenced video game market from 1982 to 1993. All this plus another generous competition, you'd be mad not to take some time to listen to the best Star Wars Vintage Collecting Podcast currently available.
Episode Four : Shawn of the Jedi is the fourth edition of the Star Wars Forum UK Podcast. This month sees a lengthy edition with an extra long Events section after the Podcast team all discuss their memories from the recent Farthest From event in Fordingbridge. Whilst at the event a member of the podcast team managed to speak to Palitoy Junky and Jamie Brown A.K.A. Fuzzy Buzzy Toys. The team also speak with Astons Auctions in this editions Market section as well as looking at the recent Aston Auctions Sales. This months interview is with the fascinating Shawn Kemple, whilst this months oddballs looks at the Star Wars Sigma items released back in the 80s. As well as all this we have the other usual sections, Latest Acquisitions, Forum Roundup, Rapid Fire and this months Boom Story.
This months third podcast from the team at Star Wars Forum UK is a corker. There's a superb interview with three pack collector and expert Chris Caswell as well as the remaining interviews from the previous Farthest From as we hear from both Gary Mancini and Wayne Streak. The podcast team look at the recent forum threads including the usual extensive look at the Latest Acquisitions thread. In this months Oddballs we look at Marvel UK Comics, plus there is a chance to win a Dewback Box in the current competition. The usual popular sections also return with events, rapid fire, Market and Boom story getting coverage once again. Enjoy the show!
Welcome to the second podcast from Star Wars Forum UK. This month we have an extensive interview with forum member Jez as well as part two of our farthest from Interviews as we hear from Lee Bullock, Jason Smith and Christian. Richard delves into two more huge boom stories and grant will be lathering up his oddballs as he discusses bubble bath in the oddball section. We choose our favourite threads from the forum including a detailed search into the latest acquisitions thread. Pete checks out the vintage market and we give you details of all the UK Star Wars events this coming month. Download and enjoy!!
Welcome to the debut edition of the SWFUK Podcast. This is Episode 1: Chewing a Wookie.
On this 1st episode we speak to Dave Tree, Paul Bateman and Mark Newbold direct from the recent Farthest From get together as well as an interview with the popular forum member Iain Sanderson. We look at a few of our favourite threads from the forum including the ever popular Latest Acquisitions thread. We delve into the current vintage market for Star Wars Toys, and along with all this we have the regular oddballs feature where we look into the world of Helix products. The Boom section also starts with an explosion as we look at what has been causing a stir amongst the collecting community. All this plus much much more in the debut podcast from www.starwarsforum.co.uk.