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Disney+, Media Molecule interview, and Samsung Galaxy Buds+ reviewed - Pocket-lint podcast ep 43

Season 2, Ep. 43

This week, we look at the plethora of Disney+ news to have come our way recently, as the streaming service nears its 24 March release date in the UK and Central Europe.


Host Rik Henderson is joined by Pocket-lint’s associate editor Dan Grabham, who explains the deal Sky made to integrate Disney+ into its Sky Q service, why The Mandalorian will only feature weekly from launch even though it’s now all available in the States, and what the future might hold for the platform.


Rik then chats with one of the driving forces behind one of our favourite games of all time, LittleBigPlanet, Media Molecule’s Alex Evans. He reveals why Dreams is one of the most ambitious PS4 projects of all time, and why it’s great for young and old.


And finally, Pocket-lint’s contributing editor Cam Bunton pops in to review the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ true wireless earphones. Are they an AirPods beater?


01:04 - Dan discusses all the Disney+ news

09:10 - Alex Evans interview

20:51 - Cam gives us his thoughts on the Samsung Galaxy Buds+


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Hosted by Rik Henderson

Production and editing by Rik Henderson

Guests: Dan Grabham, Alex Evans, Cam Bunton

Music by Lee Rosevere - Let's Start at the Beginning and Southside

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