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5 years ago
What bloody man is that? It's bloody Jack Graham. Again.
The curtain rises on Shabcast 8. Listen and/or download here
Another Shabcast so soon? Yes, but don't get used to this kind of schedule. It's only happening because time is out of joint.
This time, myself and my actorly buddy Elliot Chapman
(returning guest from the Macra shabcast
, and Big Finish's new Ben Jackson
) discuss Shakespeare's great tragedy 'Macbeth' (we only shabcast about things that begin with 'mac'), and Shakespeare generally. We even say the word 'Macbeth' occasionally... hopefully without bringing too much theatrical ill-luck down upon ourselves. We chat as we watch the TV film of Trevor Nunn's legendary production from 1978, starring Ian McKellen and Judi Dench, and produced by Verity Lambert. The second most profound material she ever televised.
Elliot will be appearing in a production of 'Macbeth' soon to run in Redcliffe Caves in Bristol
, produced by Insane Root
as part of the Bristol Shakespeare Festival. Jack will be appearing in the kitchen soon to make himself an evil sandwich as part of a obscene, perverse ritual. Root for us insanely, and download our shabcast.
When shall ...
5 years, 2 months ago
Fraternal May Day greetings to all workers by hand or by brain, all socialists, and all anarchists. Have a good one, comrades. And implacable hatred, opposition and ill-will to all capitalists and their class allies. Boo, hiss, etc.
This month, both the Pex Lives Podcast
and the Shabogan Graffiti Podcast are covering the classic 60s Doctor Who
adventure 'The Macra Terror' by Ian Stuart Black, sadly junked long ago, and represented nowadays only by a soundtrack and a reconstruction
. Shabcast 5
(download or listen here
) sees me joined by my longstanding online buddy, actor Elliot Chapman
, who also happens to have recently been cast as the new Ben Jackson
by Big Finish. The Early Adventures
will be available soon, and will feature Elliot alongside Anneke Wills
and Frazer Hines.
Elliot is so smart and erudite that he seems to be on some kind of mission to singlehandedly disprove the old stereotype about actors being thick. And he likes my blog, which proves he's clever. Our chat was fantastic fun, and I've had to edit it down savagely to make the episode anything approaching a reasonable length... but this means I ...