This week’s guest on the One More Life podcast is Elle Osili-Wood, the new host of BBC Radio 3’s Sound of Gaming, a brilliant monthly show that celebrates video game music.


Elle has been working as a host and presenter in the gaming world for years now, and you may have seen her hosting the BAFTA Games Awards on a number of occasions.

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In this interview, Elle shares her own gaming stories and explains what it’s like to take over a beloved institution like Sound of Gaming. And she details the process behind making an hour-long radio show.

As ever, the interview ends with Gaming Editor Rob Leane asking Elle some quickfire questions about her gaming habits. Is she a console or PC person? Does she prefer a gaming chair or a sofa? And what's her stance on gaming snacks? You'll have to tune in to find out!

Elle also gives a very thorough and well thought-out answer to the show's closing question: If you could only play one more game for the rest of your life, only have one more life in gaming, what would you choose and why?

It's probably the most detailed and methodical response that we've had to date. You won't want to miss it.

Stay tuned to One More Life in the weeks to come to hear more from the great and the good of the gaming industry, from expert fans to game developers and even some famous faces.

You can also check out our catalogue of previous episodes! We've got one about retro gaming, one about Spider-Man 2, one about the big games of this year, and one about the 'Shakespearean tragedy' of Assassin's Creed Mirage.

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