Join the Warhammer Community team, and special guests, for a regular podcast for all fans of the Warhammer universes.
Tune in every week as Wade Pryce interviews Warhammer Studio and Warhammer Community personalities, expert gamers, skilled painters and inspirational hobbyists from the global community, talking about all things Warhammer.
Each episode will last about an hour – perfect for a lunch break or commute!
The Warhammer Community Podcast: Episode 42 – Louise Sugden's Snakebite Orks
Louise Sugden from Warhammer TV joins Wade to talk about her heavily converted Snakebite Ork army for Warhammer 40,000 and her plans for growing the Waaagh!
The Warhammer Community Podcast: Episode 41 – Teaching People to Play
Nick Bayton from Warhammer TV joins Wade to talk about his experiences in teaching people to how to play Warhammer.
The Warhammer Community Podcast: Episode 40 – Louise Sugden
Former Forge World artist Louise Sugden is Warhammer TV's new painter-presenter. She joins Wade to talk about what she likes most about Warhammer.
The Warhammer Community Podcast: Episode 39 - Necromunda Campaign
Chris "Peachy" Peach joins Wade to recap the Necromunda campaign that he's been running remotely for Warhammer TV.
The Warhammer Community Podcast: Episode 38 – Painting Drukhari (Part 2)
Nick Bayton from Warhammer TV joins Wade to talk about his experiences collecting the murderous Drukhari and what he’s looking forward to trying out from their new codex.
The Warhammer Community Podcast: Episode 37 – Painting Drukhari (Part 1)
Warhammer TV's Chris "Peachy" Peach joins Wade to talk about some of the principles he uses to paint Drukhari models, including his own collection, which featured in the new Codex: Drukhari.
Great job on the podcast I really love it and it makes my day when they come out. great to chill and listen to. Just wondering if you could do reviews of the chapters or different army’s.
Really enjoy it but I am surprised that the sound production has not been improved. The audio varies a lot in volume as well as not always being decipherable and as such by podcast standards the standard is pretty low which is a surprise considering the podcast is done by a company grossing tens of millions of dollars.
The content is great without coming across as a marketing exercise