How To Murder Time 201: I guess we’ll keep making these then


This week there’s less party hats but more games as we talk about going back to Lord of the Rings Online, hitting people in Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Secret World Legends and the now in early access Rise of Industry.

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South Downs Way Day 8: Lewes to Alfriston

It’s the the penultimate walk of the South Downs Way and the end is in sight, but the weather is worse.

How To Murder Time 200: There Now


It’s out 200th episode and also our 10th anniversary of starting podcasting so we’re having a think about what we’ve learnt. While wearing hats.

Here’s the video version if you want to see them, or stick to the audio if you don’t. And who would blame you?

South Downs Way Episode 7: Pyecombe to Lewes

It’s the first walk of the year and Lewes is being pronounced correctly so it’s going well so far.

How To Murder Time 199: Nearly There


We return after a short break with talk of both GTA V, because Tim is nothing if not cutting edge, and The Universim, because Jon is way too cutting edge for his own good.

The video version is available here

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South Downs Way Episode 6: Steyning to Pyecombe

The last walk of 2017 features pigs. Lots of pigs.

How To Murder Time 198: Entering the 10th year


We start this new year with talk of Echo, which is an interesting take on a stealth game and Google Earth, which isn’t a game but is very fun in VR. Jon also ran a religion in The Shrouded Isle and Tim was gives another take on Stories Untold.

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South Downs Way Day 5: Amberley To Steyning

It’s the next part of the winter walking adventure, and this time it’s from Amberley (not standing in for San Fransisco on this occasion) to Steyning (which is a great name).

How To Murder Time 197: Still Cold


This time we’ve been playing Stellaris, Danger Zone, Warframe, GTA V and Skyrim. There may also be a little moan about VR pricing.

Video Version is here if you want to see how we don’t look like how you’ve imagined us.

South Downs Way Day 4: Cocking to Amberley

The journey continues, and new methods of getting to the walks are needed. This time it’s Cocking to Amberley, which means that next week we don’t have to say Cocking any more and we can all stop giggling.