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Tim Landis is an institution here at PBNR, renowned for his lifelong mission to give a voice to the under-represented and over-caffeinated podular radio listeners, who can call in every night live from 2AM to 5AM. Other talk shows don't give you an authentic chance to say what's really on your mind, keeping you restrained with caller time limits and basic broadcast standards. That's why Tim Landis is here to let you rant incoherently into the early hours of the morning. Now with 35% less dead air!
Tim asks you the listener to call in to tell us your family secrets on how to remove those tough grass stains from your laundry and keep small to mid-sized predators at bay.
Want to know what's really going on in the world? Then tune into Weekend Intrigue with Twillings Cole. She asks the tough questions, getting to the bottom of the latest news and news-like Twitter trends. With an award-wanting blend of information and entertainment, Twillings will keep you coming back for more. You've never been so entertainingly informationed. Delivered straight to your head brain.
Twillings sits down with Professor-Doctor Zander Davies, PhHD, head of MIT's Department of Cubicism and the author of several selling books on Cubicism.
Join host Sean Wiggins as he reviews the latest in free to play gaming technology. Every week, Sean and a guest host look at a different free to play game and discuss it's ground breaking ways to make you pay as much money as possible. From Pay to Win and Free to Pay, Sean tackles all the latest convergence of video gamery and money makery.
This week Sean and guest contributor Calvin Threepwood review the popular, and therefore superior, action space ninja game, Warframe.