Doctor Who: Flashing Blade Podcast
A nonsense of Doctor Who, Science Fiction, some music and general chat and sillyness, featuring Siobhan Gallichan, Steve Hatcher, Ian Parkes and Doctor Augustus Julius Sinister IV.
The Flashing Blade Podcast 1-4 From the Vislor Turlough Jokebook (Penguin, 1984).

'Big, isn't it?'

Yup, this time around we, er, well, we had an oopsies moment and over ran. So have an extra long, squidgy, yummy Flashing Blade Podcast.

This time around Jo! and Tony look at the Big Finish play 'Wirrn Dawn' and also the Ecclestone story 'The Unquiet Dead'.

We also launch our first competition - '1001 Uses for a Nick Briggs'. This is our response to Big Finish's far-too-overloaded release schedule.

It's either that or we start a national cull....

Lots of feedback and nonsense as usual, and next time around we look at the BF play 'Scapegoat' and, because we have to talk about it at some stage, 'Genesis of the Daleks.'.

All thoughts on those two and any feedback, be it mail or mp3 to

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Direct download: The_Flashing_Blade_Podcast_1-4.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:36pm UTC

The Flashing Blade Podcast 1-3 Our thrilling third episode!

Or something.

This time around we natter about the Big Finish play 'The Beast of Orlok' and also the Doctor Who story, 'Earthshock'. Jo! sums up just how wrong she got it when it came to 'Ashes to Ashes'. We also, with great reverance, reassure the followers of the Church of THE Colin Baker. Jo! now understands - though she does worry...
Oh, and as promised, heres the addy for our Facebook group:

Featuring, this time, the World's Worst:

Alec Guiness impersonation (apart from Ewan McGreggor's)
Valentine Dyall impersonation
Cover of a Dominic Glyn music cue

Direct download: The_Flashing_Blade_Podcast_1-3.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:07pm UTC

The Flashing Blade Podcast 1-2 Greetings, yes?

Having survived, only just, the trauma that was their first show, Tony and Jo! get hauled before microphones again, this time to talk about the new Doctor Who companion, the Big Finish play 'Hothouse', the classic 'City of Death' and Jo! shows just how wrong she is when it comes to 'Ashes to Ashes'. Oh, and they also winge about 'Planet of the Dull'

Next time, 'Earthshock' and 'The Beast of Orlok'

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Oh, and theres an easter egg...just keep listening...

Direct download: The_Flashing_Blade_Podcast_1-2.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:20pm UTC

The Flashing Blade Podcast Promotional Thingy Just an mp3 of the promo for The Flashing Blade Podcast. Feel free to share, spread it around, use it in your own podcasts etc. Oh, and we're more then happy to play other podcast's promos :)

Now with added Barry Scott!
Direct download: The_Flashing_Blade_Promo.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:25pm UTC

The Flashing Blade Podcast 1-1 The first Flashing Blade Podcast featuring Tony Gallichan and his plucky girl assistant, Jo!

This time around we look at the recent Radiophonic Workshop concert, Ashes to Ashes and Doctor Who - The Five Doctors (look, it gets it out of the way early

all feedback, including mp3's to

Direct download: The_Flashing_Blade_Podcast_1-1.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:04pm UTC

Welcome to The Flashing Blade Podcast! Hello there. Well, I finally got around to starting a new podcast, after Staggering Stories and my stint on the DWO WhoCast. This is just more of the same. However, there is a twist. My new co-host, my plucky girl assistant, Jo!, is fairly new to all this nonsense, and much as she likes Doctor Who etc, she is not well versed in it. As a result, her views are refreshing and new, uncluttered with all the old cliches that all us Doctor Who podcasters come out with. However, she is dangerous when it comes to peppermint tea. Just thought I should warn you...

So, The Flashing Blade Podcast 1-1  (thats series 1, number 1) should be with you shortly. We both hope you enjoy it and we'll plop some bio's and piccies of ourselves up here shortly :)

Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:30pm UTC