Special Podcast #3 RBM Studios C3i Magazine Podcast – Rodger MacGowan interviews Harold Buchanan

Rodger MacGowan turns the tables on Harold Buchanan and interviews him. This will be a RBM Studios C3i Magazine Podcast; The first in a series!

PODCAST LINKS

SoundCloud Link: Special Podcast #3 RBM Studios C3i Magazine Podcast – Rodger MacGowan interviews Harold Buchanan

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SOCIAL MEDIA

Rodger MacGowan and RBM Studios on Twitter @https://twitter.com/RBMStudio1

Harold Buchanan on Twitter @HBuchanan2

San Diego Historical Games Convention

Harold on Games Podcast

Twitter accounts for War Game Companies, sorted by followers

Join the Harold on Games group on Face Book

Join the Harold on Games guild on Board Game Geek

RODGER MACGOWAN AND RBM STUDIOS

C3i Magazine Ops Center

Rodger MacGowan on BGG

RBM Studios on Facebook

HAROLD’S GAME DESIGNS

Liberty or Death: The American Insurrection

Campaigns of 1777: Strategy and Tactics #316

Flashpoint: South China Sea

GAMES

Battle of the Bulge 1965 – Avalon Hill

Diplomacy – Avalon Hill

Panzer Leader – Avalon Hill

MUSIC

Herbie Hancock – Cantaloupe Island on YouTube

Herbie Hancock – Cantaloupe Island on Spotify

OTHER

Malcolm Gladwell – Outliers

Cincinnati, Ohio

Cambridge, Mass

Boston, Mass

Mark Herman

The American Revolution

Sons of Liberty

USS Constitution

Battle of Bunker Hill / Breeds Hill

Freedom Trail

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

George Washington

Benedict Arnold

General Henry Clinton

 

 

 

 

 

One thought on “Special Podcast #3 RBM Studios C3i Magazine Podcast – Rodger MacGowan interviews Harold Buchanan

  1. This was awesome! And you are right, the reverse interview has to happen as well: I don’t think any other person on earth has put the art on so many of the boxes in my game shelf as Rodger MacGowan, so I’d be very interested in his thoughts!
    …and a Dunnigan interview would be amazing as well. Would love to hear not only what he has to say about the glory days of the late 1970s, but also about his early (and, for all his later standard-setting, pretty wild and quirky) designs like his Russian Civil War game and what he thinks about the state of wargaming as it is now!

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