If you are interested in the Canadian Gaming Miniatures Scene, then The Canadian Wargamer podcast might have you covered.
James (of the Rabbits in My Basement) and Mike (of The Mad Padre’s Wargames Page) team up to start a new podcast. They aim to focus on the Canadian miniatures scene. They discuss way more than 40K, which aligns perfectly with my site as well. I am already a fan. Specifically, they discuss the Canadian wargaming scene, talk to Canadian hobby leaders, and explore the connection between Canadian military history and wargaming.
That sounds very interesting to me and it is all from a Canadian perspective.
On this page, I embedded The Canadian Wargamer episodes so far. At the bottom of the page, I link to their individual blogs and their podcast page on PodBean.
The Canadian Wargamer Episodes So Far…
Below I embedded a list of podcast episodes released to date on The Canadian Wargamer. I listened to a few and enjoyed them very much. I hope you do too.
Their First Episode
James and Mike introduce themselves for their first Podcast.
A Talk with Bob Murch (Pulp Figures)
The guys talk to Bob Murch of Pulp Figures about his early days at RAFM and more.
Discussion with Curt Campbell of the Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge
The guys talk to Curt Campbell about running a game store, his competition that aims to give people energy for the hobby and the gaming scene in Canada’s prairies.
Episode with Special Guest – Don Perrin: Author, Publisher, and 3D Printer
The guys talk to the very multitalented Don Perrin.
Below is a list of relevant links to this post. If you liked the podcast episodes here, why not check out more more content by James and Mike?
- The Canadian Wargamer on PodBean
- James’ Gaming Blog – Rabbits In My Basement
- Mike’s Blog – The Mad Padre’s Wargames Page
- The Canadian Miniatures Gaming Companies Page
Wrapping it up…
If you are looking for something to listen to while you paint or do other activities, check out the podcasts above. I find it very refreshing to listen to a podcast focused in on the Canadian Gaming Scene along with Canadian Miniatures Companies and Canadian Content Creators too.
James also happens to run Hotlead, which is my favourite Canadian Miniatures Gaming Convention. I am really looking forward to 2022 when conventions are up and running again in my country.
Don’t forget that, Must Contain Minis has the Canadian Miniatures Gaming Companies Page. This page links to all of the Canadian Miniatures manufacturers that I know of (who also have a website that you can by there products from. If you want to help support Canadian Miniatures Manufacturers, that page is a perfect place to start. You can find the Canadian Miniatures Gaming Companies Page here.
Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!