Latest Episodes

Silver Screen Queens 31: War Games

11 December 2013 • 36 minutes, 41 seconds

A young computer whiz kid (Matthew Broderick with boy band hair) accidentally connects into a top secret super-computer which has complete control over the U.S. nuclear arsenal. It challenges him to a game between America and Russia, and he innocently starts the countdown to World War 3.

Silver Screen Queens 30: Only Lovers Left Alive

4 December 2013 • 32 minutes, 16 seconds

The peaceful undeath of long-lived vampire lovers Adam and Eve is interrupted by Adam’s bout of depression and the interruption of Eve’s “sister” Ava. Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton make living forever look mighty appealing.

Jelly and Bean 53: I Might Need to Cry Now

29 November 2013 • 53 minutes, 53 seconds

Doctor Who celebrates its 50th anniversary with the special episode, The Day of the Doctor, and the dramatisation of the show’s beginnings in An Adventure in Space and Time; Google applies for a patent to generate tweets on your behalf, further cementing their place as creepiest company ever; and the Xbox One hits stores worldwide, garnering over a million sales.

Mobile Couch 22: Together, You Are Captain Planet

25 November 2013 • 42 minutes, 8 seconds

Ben and Jelly travel to Kinglake, Victoria for NSCamp: a long weekend of coding and hacking for mobile devices. While they’re there, they do a special episode for the attendees, conducting lightning interviews with several of the developers in attendance; Sean Woodhouse from Itty Bitty Apps; Gerald Kim, who worked on the iPad app, Cook; Chris Miles, the man behind Reveal’s 3D view; and Armin Kroll, the organiser of NSCamp itself.

Jelly and Bean 52: The Non-Doctor Doctor

22 November 2013 • 56 minutes, 20 seconds

The BBC release a prequel minisode online in preparation for the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special this weekend; the first two episodes for the new series, Almost Human, featuring Karl Urban and Michael Ealy; the Playstation 4 launches to 1 million sales in the US alone, but it’s not all good news, as some of the consoles experience the ‘blue light of death’; and LG invades their customer’s privacy by transmitting data from their smart TVs.

Silver Screen Queens 28: The Goonies

20 November 2013 • 36 minutes, 43 seconds

It’s Katie’s birthday, so we watched her favourite movie on the big screen. The Goonies tells the story of the adventures of a group of kids hunting for pirate treasure and trying to save their town from developers.

Jelly and Bean 51: Added So Much to the Viewing Experience

16 November 2013 • 1 hour, 6 minutes

A basic overview of Jelly’s experiences with both Windows 8.1 and the latest Retina Macbook Pro; details drop for new Marvel shows featuring Daredevil, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones and Iron Fist; and the release date for Star Wars VII is announced.

Silver Screen Queens 27: Kill Your Darlings

14 November 2013 • 32 minutes, 32 seconds

A formative story of love, obsession, murder and the Beat Generation. Daniel Radcliffe plays Allen Ginsberg as he heads off to Columbia University in 1944 and meets the friends who will change his life.

Mobile Couch 21: Of Which There Are Many and Various

12 November 2013 • 1 hour, 5 minutes

The effect that NDAs have on a project, do they help an app succeed, or are they unnecessary? Ben asks for some freelancing tips, which leads to a discussion of how to quote on work and what to do to find work as a freelancer. Jake introduces AFNetworking 2.0, and discusses one of the new features, URL sessions.