Friday, 5 April 2013

PODCAST: The Bells of Saint John

So she's finally here, performing for you. It's Clara Oswald. The third one and seemingly the "proper" one, but who knows? Well, the writer knows and he's not going to tell you other than via the medium of a television series which, frankly, is the point.

Join Joe and Chris as they wrestle with another new way of recording the episode and finding a day to do it on given their new, busy schedules as functional humans in the world at large.

Did we like Richard E. Grant's Matrix-style face? Did we enjoy the irony of the Doctor releasing hundreds of people from the same eternal living hell that he once forced on a beloved character? Did we enjoy Murray Gold acting like he was a Britpop band?

Find out!

By listening!

To the podcast!


If, after this, you haven't had enough Chris and want to hear him slightly drunk and talking about Doctor Who to people who should know better, hit up the - at time of writing - current Nights at the Round Table podcast episode.

Lamentably, Sharon of Sonic Biro fame has decided to stop uploading new Doctor Who screencaps. This is a shame but we wish her all the best. She has also recommended a successor on her site so, for the first time, we are proud to say:

Image courtesy of Grande-Caps.
Available playlist on Spotify

Pigeons seem to like the sound of my voice.

1 comment:

Chris JC said...


Mike Oldfield: The Bell
Giorgio: London Traffic
Blood Sisters: Blood Sisters/Ring My Bell
Brakes: Ring a Ding Ding
Danny Darrow: Telephones (extended mix)
Archive: Londinium
Yasunori Mitsuda: Lost... Broken Shards
Angelo Badalamenti: Night Bells
Ilaiyaraaja: Love Theme on Computer
David Axelrod: London
Radiohead: Morning Bell
Mike Keneally: Spoon Guy
Tori Amos: Bells for Her
Cliff Richard: Wired for Sound
Blur: London Loves
Kraftwerk: Computer Love
DramaGods: Pilots
Love: The Red Telephone
Michael Giacchino: I Crashed Your Plane, Brotha
ABBA: Ring Ring
Peter Howell and the Radiophonic Workshop: Wind in the Wires
Jonathan Gibbs: Computers in the Real World
The Bee Gees: For Whom the Bell Tolls
Films: T.V. Phone Age
James: Ring the Bells
Metallica & DJ Spooky: For Whom the Bell Tolls (The Irony of it All) (excerpt)
The Client: Out to Lunch