Ben Ragunton comes to TG Geeks as its news host and occasional commentator on a variety of subjects. When Ben received his first iPod he started to explore the wild and wooly world of podcasts. It was then that he discovered Slice Of SciFi and knew this was something that he wanted to do. Then in 2010 he became the co-host of the new podcast Fusion Patrol, and shortly afterwards joined Slice Of SciFi, first as geek commentator and then later as one of the show hosts. Since then he helped start up No Baggage Attached Podcast as well as TG Geeks with his husband, Keith Lane. Ben has an unquenchable thirst for a variety of geeky things, especially in the area of science fiction and comic books. As he's fond of saying, Babylon 5 introduced him to his husband, and it was Doctor Who which sealed the deal! Ben is also a musician and can sometimes be seen singing with various choral groups in the greater Phoenix valley, as well as sometimes performing as a guitarist for a variety of functions. He is also an amateur photographer, and whenever the opportunity allows for it, can be seen with his husband walking around Disneyland.
Latest Posts by the Author
- “The Haunting of Hill House” Is A Hauntingly Great Series!
- Three Episode Thoughts: “The Haunting of Hill House”
- It’s “Halloween,” and all I got was a rock.
- A Visit to The Magic Castle
- Space: 1999 – A Retrospective, or WHAT HAPPENED IN SEASON 2???
- TG Geeks are proud to present, the one and only… “Victor/Victoria!”
- “Maria de Buenos Aires” | A Sultry, Sensual, and Surreal Spectacle
- The Rise, Mystique, and Re-Release of “Shada.”
- “The House with a Clock in Its Walls” might make you believe in magic!
- Does “Dune” (1984) Have Enough Spice To Be Considered Good?
- Herein Lies The Horror Of Being A “Lost Child”
- “Eschaton” Is An Infinitely Disappointing Ending to “The Infinity Engines”
- “The Little Stranger” Is More Than Just A Little Ghost Story
- “Operation Finale” Is A Remarkable Testament.
- Life Imitates Art with “My Life With James Dean”
- True Love Lives And Dies in “With a Kiss I Die”
- “The Infinity Engines” is Infinitely Intriguing!
- The Roaring 20’s Become Fun and Lively with “Bugsy Malone”
- Not Enough Love for “Brotherly Love”
- The Life and Art of “McQueen.”