About Us

We are a UK-based podcast based on the pop culture of the 80s, 90s, 00s, and modern day. We create two unique podcasts:

What’s Wrong with Wolfie?

Our main podcast, released fortnightly, is based on the films, TV shows, and video games from the 80s, 90s, and 00s. At the end of each episode, we give a rating (out of forty) to the featured piece with the hope of building a league of legends over time!

Series One
For series one of What’s Wrong with Wolfie? We covered the 1990s one year at a time, covering some of its finest media and reminiscing over the delights held within through our own personal memories.

Prepare to Fast Forward

Prepare to Fast Forward is our chance to fast forward from the past to the present to discuss what we have been enjoying in the now from films, TV, and video games.

Written Content

We wanted a place to flex our typing fingers so on the website you will find two categories under the written banner. Video games are important to us and especially indie ones. We wanted to do our bit for trying to give these games some exposure, so we do our bit by reviewing the latest in the indie video gaming world.

Under articles, you’ll find our pieces on  a mixture of subjects, from interviews to Jason’s thoughts on Noel’s House Party. We hope to expand this area in the future to include more articles on varying subjects from the past and present.

Meet the What's Wrong With Wolfie? Crew

Jason Baigent

Jason has very fond memories of the 1990s, and the decade has a special place in his heart. Jason's favourite 90s show is Men Behaving Badly, and his favourite film is The Matrix. Jason started playing video games right at the end of the 1980s, starting with his brother's Spectrum before moving on to his first home console, the Sega Master System II.

Although Jason spent a few years co-hosting the podcast Uttabull with his close friend Liam, What’s Wrong with Wolfie? is the first time he has hosted and edited a podcast, and he is relishing the challenge.

Rich Elsey

Rich can be credited with creating all the wonderful episode art and for coming up with the name of the podcast.

Rich is also a big Dreamcast nut, a craft beer enthusiast, a lapsed wrestling fan, and can be found petting and cooing over any dog that crosses his path!

Chris with a fragile sticker on his forehead

Chris Hughes

This is Chris’s first time ever as a podcaster, and it doesn’t seem to show. He has a vast knowledge database in his head that seems to retain every fascinating fact about pretty much everything 90s-based!

A keen fan of Ghostbusters, Doctor Who, Star Trek, and James Bond, Chris also loves a good art book, and Jason's library has grown massively because of this, which his wife is not too pleased about!

Living on the Isle of Wight doesn't include many pleasures, so go and say hi to Chris and tell him which 90s franchise you love!

Steve Leyland

Steve is a veteran podcaster, gaining experience from many previous podcasts, including Dreamcast Years.

Movies, video games, and TV shows old and new are Steve’s passions, but he can also classify himself as a cat lover, owning a gorgeous cat named Smokey!

You can’t find Steve on social media, so if you want to contact him, send us an email!

Matt Murray

Matt is currently one of our video game reviewers.

Matt has been playing games since forever, so he’s picked up quite the knowledge of gaming over the years. From Mario to Final Fantasy, his favourite genres range from platform games to JRPG’s.

Matt can be heard on his own weekly video game podcast “Critical Diversions” where he goes through games he’s been recently playing and the latest gaming news.

He can also be heard on the podcast “Bit Harmony” for All N: A Nintendo Podcast. Every two weeks Matt and his co host discuss the music from specific video games from small indie games up to the latest blockbusters.