Friday, 9 September 2011

PODCAST: Night Terrors

Mark Gatiss takes his fourth bash at televisual Doctor Who, the same number of episodes (disregarding Time Crash, obv) Steven Moffat had written by the time it was announced he would be taking over the top role.

Gatiss takes the opportunity to tell us what little boys are made of, to tell parents that kids should watch scary telly and to return us to the kind of housing estate that was once one of the prime concerns of the RTD era and provides a largely successful, but very familiar feeling, chunk of telly.

Join Joe & Chris as they discuss why George has a dollhouse, plan a party in a hallway, question the gender of a dog and impersonate Sylvester McCoy. How could you possibly resist?


Image adapted from one uploaded by SONIC BIRO


1 comment:

Chris JC said...


Cliff Richard and the Drifters: Living Doll (excerpt)
The Blasters: Dark Night
Al Caiola: Experiment in Terror
Jon & Vangelis: And When the Night Comes
Rick Wright: Night of a Thousand Furry Toys
Joe Farrell: Night Dancing
Pentangle: The Cuckoo
Stu Phillips: Late Night Visit
Mike Oldfield: Cuckoo Song
Julee Cruise: Into the Night
Brian Eno: Everything Merges With the Night
George Benson: Give Me the Night
Queen: The Night Comes Down
Baby Animals: Nervous at Night
The Move: Night of Fear
Seb: Night Vision