Retroist Podcast – Episode 163 – Wizards and Warriors


On today’s show I talk about the short-lived fantasy TV show from 1983, Wizards and Warriors. I start off by talking about how pleasantly surprised I was to have this show, even thought it replaced another show I really enjoyed. Then I talk about the people in front of and behind the camera, the show’s reception, the lack of release on home video and more.

I am joined this week by Vic Sage who has a brand new edition of “Why Should I Know This Person”. Today Vic talks about the great, Duncan Regehr.

Music on the show was provided by Peachy (the Evil Wizard Vector of Wales), if you have musical needs, why not contact Peachy at And “like” him on his Facebook Page.

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2 thoughts on “Retroist Podcast – Episode 163 – Wizards and Warriors

  1. Man, I loved this show. I remember an episode (and you may have covered it in the podcast) when they get locked in the castle and can’t kill any animals. And then there are all sorts of doppelgangers.

    At least, that’s how I remember it. It as pretty rad.

  2. Here we go with the “am I psychic?” again, as I had just stumbled onto this show last week, now here we are with 2 retroist articles about it.

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