Howdy folks! It’s time for another episode of the Storm Chasers. On this LIVE (to tape) episode, Morgan tried to spend money he doesn’t have, and Dominic introduces a brand new game. PLUS: A stand-up routine featuring pizza, a Reel Talk turns highly ambitious, and the boys spin up a publishing powerhouse.
It’s time for Season Two, baby! On this episode, we introduce an all-new gimmick, and then the rest of the show stays pretty much exactly the same. Morgan introduces us to his new movie podcast, we reminisce about the good old days of community radio, and we introduce a couple of new segments.
What year is it?! It’s the (very, very late) first episode of the year, and boy is it action-packed. Morgan’s taking accidental screenshots and Dominic is going insane. Plus, a pitch for a new podcast, and Dom has a genius idea for fixing time itself.
Good News! We’re still alive and making podcasts. On this very sentimental episode, Dom has started a new Podcast, while Morgan’s other project has come to an end. Also, segways, ringtones, DJ’s, emoji(s), and Patreon (though, nothing about the recent kerfuffle).
Morgan and Dom chat Vidcon, biscuits and they both get an unexpected invitation.
Morgan’s back in the country, and we pick up straight where we left off. Featuring YouTube talk, biscuit followup, and various adventures from Morgan. Plus – Dom has a theory about men & supermarkets.
After a short, unplanned hiatus, we prepare to go on another one as Morgan heads off to Scandinavia! Also, Google Maps, YouTube and impulse spending.
Hannah Reed is an animator, writer and the host of 3SSR’s ‘Good Cop, Bad Cop’ with our very own Dominic Mulligan. In this first ever pilot episode of M&D +1, she sits down with the boys to talk creativity, animation and going to school for art.
This month’s episode brings and eclectic mix of topics, including: Dom’s weird job, forgetting people’s names, Morgan’s new vocal ambitions, and an impromptu chat about biscuits and supermarkets.
On this month’s program, Dominic is having technical issues, we do some more behind the scenes talk, the triumphant (and long-winded) return of Morgan’s Reel Talk, and our comedy show exhibits some unexpected anti-establishment sentiments.