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1 year, 10 months ago
Here's a commentary that El and I recorded on 'Kill the Moon'.
Watch out for her forthcoming TARDIS Eruditorum entry on this episode.
Also, here are some reposts of older commentaries that we recorded on the 60s classic 'The Mind Robber'.
More commentaries, new and old, will arrive in due time.
2 years ago
"Pond. Rory Pond."
Commentary time again. Here's Elizabeth and myself watching and talking about (and talking around... and often failing to talk about) the Series 5 finale 'The Big Bang'.
Also, we're re-upping the old commentaries at the Pex Lives Libsyn, as per requests. One per month, starting this month with the commentary we recorded for the Hartnell classic two-parter 'The Rescue', which saw the introduction of Vicki.
Download Episode 1 here and Episode 2 here.
2 years ago
Hello everyone. This week it's audio time. Again.
Firstly, here's a commentary I recorded with our esteemed site editor on 'The Pandorica Opens'. Yes, we finally did it.
We had a lot of fun recording this, and I'm sure you'll enjoy listening to it.
If things go according to plan, our commentary on 'The Big Bang' will be dropping next week. In true Moffatian tradition, our resolution to our own cliffhanger will entail a narrative substitution.
Then I'll be back to my ruminations on Ron Paul, the Austrian School, Murray Rothbard, libertarianism, and the alt-Right. People who give me as little as a dollar a month on Patreon can get instant and exclusive advance access to the next five posts in this series. Also, I will be finishing my trilogy of posts about 'Last Jedi' at some point - promise. My Patreon sponsors will probably get advance access to that as well.
In other audio news, Wrong With Authority has produced two new podcast episodes I haven't yet told you about here.
There was this commentary that Kit, Daniel, and I recorded on original Ghostbusters (a real giggle, this one ...
Hey, remember these? I barely do. This was recorded way back in early September and, basically, I've just been busy with this whole launching a website thing and forgot about it. In any case, here's Jack and me doing commentary tracks on Vengeance on Varos for your amusement, and one of these days I reckon we'll do Paradise Towers.
You can grab it here in a handy zip file containing both episodes.
4 years, 7 months ago
I just realised I forgot to post a link to the commentary tracks Phil Sandifer
and I recorded for 'Kinda' as part of Phil's ongoing series.
There's a zip file you can download which includes all four episodes, here
Apologies about the poor quality of the audio in my sections. I was, for various complicated reasons, temporarily forced to use my laptop's integral mic. Which is, as you will discover, shit.
In other news, Pex Lives has recently released a special episode - here
- in which James Murphy chats Orson with Gene Mayes
. Lots of fun for orsonians like me. Gene will be my guest for Shabcast 10, out next month. Here
's a link to his new blog, which I heartily recommend.
Holly and James' most recent episode of City of the Dead is here
And Phil Sandifer has just interviewed Peter Harness
, writer of 'Kill the Moon' (which I still haven't seen) and Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell
, which I did see and thought was fantastic. The interview can be downloaded or listened to here
Phil and I will be shabcasting again soon, and we'll be back ...
At last, because the frankly minor amount of editing this required put me off dealing with it for a month, Jack's and my commentary on the Peter Davison classic Kinda
. Which is nice and apropos for that book I should have out in just a couple weeks.
A zip file with commentary tracks for all four episodes is right here.
4 years, 9 months ago
are back with more episode commentaries, for 'The Ark in Space
' this time.
Oh your lucky, lucky ears.
Download a zip containing all four episodes here
In other audio news, Holly B
of Comfortable Bohemian Elegance
has begun a new podcasting project, City of the Dead
, which will cover all the Amicus films. She's accompanied by James Murphy
of Pex Lives
's episode one, covering the movie City of the Dead
(AKA Horror Hotel
) which features the late Christopher Lee
. It's a funny and thoughtful first episode, and the series looks well worth following.
It's really nice to see tabs like 'City of the Dead' and 'Eruditorum' and (of course) 'Shabcasts' appearing down the side of the Pex Lives Libsyn page
and James really are generous and encouraging coves who are coaxing great content out of great people... and even some passable content out of me! Long may they continue.
Jack and I are back, talking nonsense over The Ark in Space
. We actually recorded this over a month ago, but then I somehow failed to post it for two weeks, and then I kept having other things to post on Thursdays. But now Game of Thrones
is over and I have Tuesdays back as viable posting days, so here we are.