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This week's BCRadio features Eric Olsen on Harry Potter and Judas, Eric Berlin on The Sopranos, BC on the Blues, Ken Edwards on gaming, and Suss on Sports.

BCRadio – April 10, 2006

Another big week for BCRadio!

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SEGMENT 1Eric Olsen: Eric wrote an article connecting the recently discovered alleged Gospel of Judas to a character in Harry Potter.

SEGMENT 2Ken Edwards: Ken discussed Apple’s plan to allow Mac users to run Windows as well as his review of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion for the Xbox 360 (Oblivion review in full interview below).

SEGMENT 3Matt Sussman: Suss gave an update on the curling world championships and he and I re-capped the first week of baseball season.

SEGMENT 4 – BC On the Blues: Joan Hunt gave us a preview of a CD she will be reviewing for the site and also talked about the passing of Buddy Blue.

SEGMENT 5Eric Berlin: EB and I recap episodes three and four of The Sopranos in anticipation of his latest BC missive on the hit television show.

Some supplemental readings from our “Spin Around the Site.”

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BC of the Month: Sadi Ranson-Polizzotti

Confessions of a Fanboy 002 – An Evening With Oasis:

Bonus Downloads:

Eric Olsen’s full interview.
Ken Edwards’ full interview.
Matt Sussman’s full interview.
Eric Berlin’s full interview.

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