The Miller's Tale Podcast

The Miller's Tale is my wargaming podcast. This page will serve as a central repository for the links to episodes and general information about the podcast. The intended publication frequency from here on in is roughly monthly.

Introduction and FAQ

...can be found here.

  • Episode 5: In which Mike talks about (among other things)... boats and trains?
  • Episode 4: In which Mike reviews Too Fat Lardies' "I Ain't Been Shot Mum"...
  • Episode 3: In which Mike gets caught out by summer holidays and Real Life.
  • Episode 2: In which Mike attempts to remember how this podcasting thing works!
  • Episode 1: In which Mike introduces himself, and discusses Kickstarters, magazines, and the concept of context (and related things) in wargaming. 
  • Directly from this page: click here.
  • Via iTunes: click here.

By email to, or anywhere on this blog :D

What people have said

Mostly nice things, I'm happy to say.
"You have a great face for radio!" [gee, thanks, Phil!]
"A welcome change to the current crop of podcasts..." 
"His sound quality is really nice and he offers some cool perspective on context in miniature gaming." 
"Really good to hear another historical wargaming podcast." 
"You have a distinct point of view which is worth hearing."


  1. Hi, Mike,

    I'm a subscriber. On my way down to deepest Cornwall for work tomorrow, so I'll have a listen then.

    Good luck with this new venture


  2. Excellent! Downloading now. So glad to find another wargaming podcast :)

  3. I suscribed through iTunes and listen this Staurday morning while painting at home. Excellent first instalment, keep them coming Mike

  4. Enjoyed the first episode. Any plans for more?

  5. Just downloaded all the podcasts.
    Well done Mike.
    Totally agree with your comments about teaching history to teenagers. I hated it at school, but subsequently engaged in Living History from 1640 to 1815.
    I am also a "narrative gamer", an amateur 3d printer and a watcher of the Model Railway challenge, I enjoy making terrain that looks good, within my Kallistra hexagon based terrain concept, so each hex tile is an integrated model.

    Keep up the good work!


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