Friday, 29 August 2014
Doctor Who is back! Yes, Science Fiction's great behemoth has returned and, even if over the past few years we've seen that the great beast start to look a little shabby, and even if we've glanced into its innards and seen some stuff in there that doesn't quite seem healthy, and even if this extended metaphor isn't really working anymore, still Doctor Who is back! And that of course means that your trusty Eleventh Hour Podcast is properly back, even if that only means that two guys have to be in the same place together (physically or electronically) drinking Pepsi Max and devoting at least a little time to the programme in question.
At one point you probably shouldn't have held your breath (ho ho) in anticipation of a new episode, but Joe and Chris have actually managed to fulfill these relatively minor conditions. Here we go once again, then, for some ramblings on 'Deep Breath', the episode that makes our name really, really out-of-date. What did we think of it? Well, expectations can be high, especially when a well-known furious Scot is piloting the beast (stop that - Ed.) but let's say this much: if we had started our podcast now we probably wouldn't have called ourselves the "Deep Breath Podcast".
Anyway, enough of this gay banter. Join our loveable idiots once more as they try and sneak in wrestling chat, reference a song referenced in the MST3K episode 'Soultaker' and once more make fun of our loyal listeners. It's good to be back, baby!
Listen to DEEP BREATH
Listen to the SPOTIFY PLAYLIST
And, this time, the image is from kissthemgoodbye.net
Friday, 8 August 2014
EPIC SOD ZERO
That's right: the Doctor Who podcast with the out-of-date name is back! The podcast that nearly had all the love for Doctor Who bashed out of it during the previous two-year-long 13 part series is not dead yet!
You probably know the score about episode zeroes by now: no music, minimal editing and - and this is the big difference - a more lax attitude to information relating to later episodes (only officially released information is covered, however). An interesting balancing act when, for the first time, one of us knows basically nothing and the other knows far too much thanks to Marcelo Camargo. If we're being honest, this was mainly an excuse to get us up and running again, and we hope few of you will begrudge us this opportunity.
So, once again join Joe and Chris as they find out whether tears are enough (they are not), if Heath Slater could possibly beat Seth Rollins (he can), whether you should go tell your dad (the horny dude) and finally which one of us is a bona-fide bastard (it's Joe).
Listen to EPISODE ZERO.4