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TRS-80 Trash Talk Podcast
TRS-80 Trash Talk was conceived in late 2015 by Peter Cetinski. Inspired by the established and successful Floppy Days and CoCo Crew podcasts, Pete figured there should be an audience for fans of his favorite platform, the Z80 based line of TRS-80s. It was also a great way to talk about and establish a community of TRS-80 enthusiasts.
The show focuses on the TRS-80 Model I, II, III and 4. But, all models of TRS-80 are covered to some degree, including the Color Computer, the portables and the later business computers.
TRS-80 Trash Talk is hosted by Peter Cetinski, Randy Kindig, Ian Mavric and Peter Bartlett.
TRS-80 Trash Talk is the show about all things TRS-80.
CoCo Crew Podcast
A monthly podcast dedicated to talk about the Tandy Color Computer (CoCo) and other topics of interest to CoCo enthusiasts everywhere. In each episode you will find the latest news from the CoCo world, and most include topical discussions, technical segments, and game reviews as well. Tune-in, and soon you too will be a CoCo Crewser!
The CoCo Crew podcast is hosted by John Linville, Neil Blanchard and Mike Rowen.
A delicious adventure into the world of retro-computing news and information, featuring the Tandy Color Computer.
Floppy Days Podcast
Harken back to the happy days when floppy disks were are all the rage and computers did one thing at a time (but did it well). Learn about all the great home computers that were developed in the late 70’s through the 80’s. Listen to interviews with some of the pioneers. Best of all, enjoy the wonderful theme song set to the tune of “Happy Days”.
Floppy Days is hosted by Randy Kindig.
A podcast about vintage home computers and programmable calculators of the 70’s and 80’s.