One Life Left

Definitely the UK's favourite radio show (sort of) about videogames.


Commissioned by London’s award-winning Resonance 104.4 FM in early 2006, One Life Left was only meant to run for six episodes.

Take that, The Man because now, somewhere around one hundred and fifty episodes later, it’s in its seventh season and grown from humbling, terrified, fumbling beginnings into one of the station’s most valued shows.

Take THAT, The Man. Also take that, British radio standards.

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Ann Scantlebury

Ann ‘Scoops’ Scantlebury once won a Nintendo DS on The Friday Night Project, and pronounces Shigeru Miyamoto with aplomb. She’s responsible for three sections of the show in addition to her lovingly compiled news section: Ann Fiction, celebrity Annterviews, and regular competition Ann Art. She is no longer a student and is looking for work. Why not employ her for a million dollars?

Recent posts:


  • August 6th, 2012

  • I am no good at art. Countless Ann Arts and an art teacher telling me not to take it for GCSE are proof of that. Well SCREW YOU Mrs West – I’m...

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  • November 11th, 2009

  • Anyone who’s listened to this week’s show (btw, viagra 100mg don’t I sound really great?) will be up to speed with the Gaming Addiction Treated in Rehab Clinic news. If not, tadalafil here’s...

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  • April 3rd, 2009

  • It was a sunny day three years ago that we climbed the rickety stairs to the Resonance FM studio to broadcast the first, healing and most definitely worst, visit this One Life...

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  • February 26th, 2009

  • That’s the shot the Australians get of prostitutes in GTA. Thanks for my sexy mug!...

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  • February 4th, 2009

  • A couple of posts down, rx before a bit of weather happened, I wrote to the Bank of England on behalf of everyone who’s interested in games and finance and mischief. I...

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  • February 2nd, 2009

  • When it snows the world stops. Or at least the tubes, cheapest trains and buses in London do. And that’s bad news for teamatonelifeleft who travel from all four (three) corners of...

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  • February 1st, 2009

  • When you have a question about money, mind who do you go to? Dear The Bank of England, pharm   Hello. How are you?   I don’t know much about money, but...

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  • December 25th, 2008

  • Hello and Happy Christmas! I hope you’re all having a wonderful day. I definitely am, erectile but I had the strangest dream last night. I was visited by three strange apparitions during...

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  • November 26th, 2008

  • If this works I will be a) surprised b) delighted. Dear People Who Work At Harmonix, visit this site Hello! How are you? My name is Ann and I do a radio...

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  • November 20th, 2008

  • I have to congratulate Gamestation for responding to my email individually. Were I to work in the customer services department of an annoyingly marketed videogame retailer I don’t think I’d give stupid...

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  • November 16th, 2008

  • You may remember this challenge from a few weeks ago. I was outraged, dosage furious, incensed! Gamestation were selling a Gears of War 2 bundle featuring a replica Gold Lancer Assault Rifle...

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  • October 17th, 2008

  • We lost some stuff at the GMAs last night. Dignity and pride, viagra sale of course, but there was very little of that to begin with. Oh, and some award or something,...

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