Sun, 26 July 2009
Bonjour, tous la Monde. Ici c'est la Podcast de la Flashing Blade, numero 8.
Right, this time around we scrutinise the McGann series two part finale and then bask in the radioactive winds of Argolis for a look at The Lesiure Hive.
pod 1-9 will be the Mahogany Murders and The Three Doctors and pod 1-10 will be the Davison play 'Spare Parts' and the Ecclestone story 'Dalek'
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toodles for now then..
Sun, 19 July 2009
Um, we overdid it again...
Anyway, this time around, Jo! and Tony have to talk about Torchwood - The Kids Are Alright, and theres a huge chunk of yummy feedback! No room for any more, alas, but in show 8 we will talk about the final McGann 2-parter from Big Finish and The Lesiure Hive. Show 9 will be The Mahogany Murders with Jago and Litefoot and Jo! experiences The Three Doctors. All thoughts on these and any feedback, mail or mp3 to
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Mon, 13 July 2009
A promo done by Jo! for the show...enjoy or I'll come around your house and stamp on all your toys!
Sun, 12 July 2009
This time around we have a peeksy-poos at the Big Finish play 'The Cannibalists' and waffle a bit about the 'Vegetable Man' story, 'Black Orchid'. There's also a couple more entries to our '1001 Uses for a Nick Briggs' competition, one of which is visual, so you'll all just have to go to our Facebook group, won't you? :P
Nowt special, just the usual stuff.
next time around, in accordance with Podcasting Law, we will blether about 'Torchwood - Children of Earth.'
Toodles for now then...
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Sat, 4 July 2009
Recorded in Very Hot Circumstances, in this episode, Jo! and Tony wilt whilst reviewing the Big Finish play 'Spacegoat' and then go on to melt during the review of little known classic, 'Genesis of the Daleks'. We also have feedback and, of course, entries to our still running competition, '1001 Uses For A Nick Briggs'.
Also, we recommend The Terrible Zodin fanzine, found here: http://doctorwhottz.blogspot.com/
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next time: 'The Canabalists' and 'Black Orchid'.