Special guest this week is TUANZ chief executive – and former Vodafone head of comms – Paul Brislen (twitter: @paulbrislen).
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- Damien O’Connor (Wikipedia)
- Your Aunty reckons you should check out:
- Boss (IMDb) – yeah again, it’s really good.
- Battlefield 3 (Den of Geek)
- Portal 2 (Steam)
- Dead Island (Wikipedia)
- The Discourse Weekly Show Urban Dictionary Word of the Week
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