Just who am I listening to anyway?

Each week there is a different co-host on the show so just in case you can’t get enough of one rest assured they will be back on soon. However, if you can’t stand listening to Jeremy… well, you are out of luck because he is on EVERY week.

Jeremy Smith, the program’s creator & host, has built numerous computer systems and has had a genuine love of computers since 1984. He is the one who assigns specific products to the correspondents for review and conducts the majority of the program’s interviews. He enjoys discussing the technology behind computers and consoles while maintaining a thin veneer of control when spouting off the latest buzzwords.

Jeremia Schrock is co-host and a contributor to GPF. He is an avid WWII gaming fan, but also enjoys that quirky new indie release you probably haven’t heard of. He likes any video game so long as it tells a good story. He is not to be confused with the prophet.

Hannah Tallan is a co-host and part-time contributor to GPF, providing monthly indie game reviews. Her interests include serious, horror, and puzzle adventure games and is working her way through game design school.

Ryan Bateman is another of our co-hosts and a contributor to GPF with a focus on the tech side of programming and computing, with an emphasis on the Android OS and all of the tablets, phones and all of the trappings that entails.

Ivan Baird, the GPF original co-host and gaming correspondent, he has been tooling around with computers and games since the gray and black Pong box back in the early 80’s. His specialty is anything related to gaming.

Chris Nutt is our resident Web Designer who hails from Fife, Scotland, has been using computers from the age of 9 and has used systems from the ZX Spectrum to Amiga A1200. With a new microphone and the magic of Skype, you can actually hear him on the show contributing as well.