We’re a year old! What now?

Well, more like a year plus three months. But podcasts don’t get a birth certificate, so who cares?

It’s been a great first year. I’ve had a ton of brilliant guests, from scientists to historians to game developers, not to mention the great co-hosts I’ve convinced to come on to talk about sharp swords and lost languages. We’ve covered so many topics on the show so far – time travel, gravity, vampires, cheetahs – it’s hard to know what to cover next, and what experts I could ask to join in.

But here’s the thing… there are always more games. There is frankly an obscene amount of weird and wonderful creations just waiting to be picked apart by perplexed boffins. With that in mind, I’m ready for more episodes. Hopefully, you’ll come along for the ride.

You’re the reason I can afford to make this show. So, a massive thank you to everyone who has supported Hey Lesson, past and present. I don’t know what the future holds. But I’m pretty sure I could find an expert who does…

Trailer – We ask the big questions at Hey Lesson

Do dogs get lost in caves? Can we prevent a war in space? How long will the Statue of Liberty last when no one is there to scrub it? At Hey Lesson, we ask the big questions. And we use video games as a handy excuse to do it. You can learn a lot from games like Star Wars: Squadrons, Spelunky, and The Last of Us. You just need to ask the right people. That’s what we do. Smart people, silly questions, video games.

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