Dwayne Bunney from the Sirens Of Audio podcast took time out to sit down and chat with Jim Baker about his experiences making the cult BBC Sc-Fi programme The Tripods.
Thank you to Jim for being so generous with his time, and to Dwayne for making it happen.
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Join Mark and Iain as they take a journey through all of time and space.
In this new monthly podcast, they will be watching all of Doctor Who in broadcast order.
Yes. Even the missing ones.
Also along for the ride are a galaxy of wonderful guests.
So please come and join us for the trip of a lifetime!
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Classic Doctor Who on BritBox
Mark is joined by Erik and Lindsey to take a look back at Joss Whedon's hit TV show Buffy The Vampire Slayer.
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Erik can also be heard on:
So Much Stuff To Sing
The Writers' Room
The Real McCoy
Lindsey can also be heard on:
Trek This Out
Take Me To The World: A Sondheim 90th Birthday Celebration
Sir Patrick Stewart reads a sonnet a day
Harry Potter At Home
John Finnemore: Cabin Fever
Mark is joined by John Aitken from Progtor Who and Trek This Out for a chat about podcasting, music, YouTube, comics and more...
John on Twitter
Trek This Out
Marc Atkinson Music
Stone Roses power cut on Later
Doctor Who/Star Trek Assimilation
Big Finish on Spotify
The Last Best Hope
Bad Wilf Podcast
Mark is joined by Mark John from the Diddly Dum podcast.
Up for discussion are Bruce Lee's classic martial arts movie "Enter The Dragon", plus Jackie Chan's "Police Story", daft ninjas, pretentious twenty-somethings and much more.
Mark John on Twitter
Ken Campbell's seance anecdote
Tragically I Was An Only Twin
The Rise And Fall Of The Trigan Empire
The Faceless Ones on Blu-Ray
Sirens Of Audio Podcast
Mark is joined by Matt Barber and Iain Martin to discuss Aaron Sorkin's groundbreaking political drama "The West Wing".
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To Be Or Not To Be
3 Iron Trailer
The Mirror And The Light
Kim Jiyoung Born 1982
Something Rhymes With Purple
The Black Archive: The Daemons
Winterhill by Iain Martin
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Mark is joined by Lindsey from the Trek This Out podcast to discuss the 1996 Paul McGann TV Movie.
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Lindsey on Twitter
Mark on Twitter
Monty Python on Blu-Ray
The Sirens Of Audio
The Twelfth Day
Mark is joined by Rich and Kieran to talk about their incredible colourisation of Day Of Armageddon, episode two of the 1965 Doctor Who serial The Daleks' Master Plan. Links: Rich on Twitter Kieran on Twitter Australian Bushfire Relief Rich recommends The Lacuna Gallifrey One Mark recommends Miss Marple on Blu-Ray Rate the podcast
Mark is once again joined by Lindsey to talk about the 1967 Doctor Who story The Tomb Of The Cybermen. Do you have a classic series Doctor Who recommendation for Lindsey? You can tweet her @lha_again on Twitter.
Mark is joined by Phil Cannon from The Who's He? Podcast and Jim Cameron from The Krynoid Podcast to discuss Nigel Kneale's 1976 ITV series Beasts. Links: Beasts on YouTube The Krynoid Podcast Who's He? Podcast Who's He Video Podcast Phil recommends: Classic Ghost Stories by MR James The Brokenwood Mysteries Jim recommends: Yonderland Hauntology Hauntology Sleep Mark recommends: Omoiyari by Kishi Bashi Unsee The Future
Mark is joined by Bob Fleming from the Progtor Who podcast. We'll be looking back at Vincent and The Doctor from Matt Smith's first series. You can find Bob at Progtor Who Bob recommends Sapiens and Guy Pratt Mark recommends Unknown Pleasures: Inside Joy Division and Black Mirror
Mark is joined by Brendan Jones to talk about gaming and in particular the Nintendo Switch. You can find Brendan here: Twitter Flight Through Entirety Bondfinger Jodie Into Terror YouTube Brendan recommends The Angry Videogame Nerd Mark recommends Quickly Kevin, Will He Score? Josh Snares' YouTube channel
Join Mark and Lindsey as they have a chat about fandom covering Sherlock Holmes, Harry Potter, Fan Fiction and more. You can follow Lindsey on Twitter: @lha_again Lindsey recommends Years And Years Mark recommends Danger Mouse and Chernobyl
Join Mark and Suky as they take a look at the 2018 biopic "Stan & Ollie".
Also up for discussion are Good Omens, The Man In The High Castle and Sneaky Pete.
You can hear more from Suky over at Progtor Who and Dr Whose Line Is It Anyway.
Join Mark, Suky and Ben as they look back at the 1965 Doctor Who story The Rescue.
Ben has something that he needs to get off his chest...
Also up for discussion are Fleabag, After Life, Pete The Cat, You & Who: One More Lifetime, and more.
You can find Ben at Tower Of Technobabble
You can hear more from Suky at Progtor Who and Dr Whose Line Is It Anyway
Mark is joined by Simon Brett from the Blue Box Podcast and Rob Irwin from The Doctor Who Show to chat about the newest instalment from the Star Wars series. The Blue Box Podcast The Doctor Who Show Book Auctions For Hope For HH UK Also up for discussion are: Marco Polo Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency Luke Cage
Mark is joined by Iain Martin from Five Minute Fiction to look back at the X Files in readiness for the new 6 part mini series due to air in February.
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Survivors From Big Finish
Mark is joined by Rob Irwin of WhoWars and The Doctor Who Show to talk about the new instalment of the saga set a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.
*Spoiler Alert* We would recommend listening to this podcast after seeing the movie as major plot points are discussed during this episode.
Mark is joined by those three cheeky scamps from the Diddly Dum Podcast; Doc Whom; Al No and The Reverend Captain Hullo Porro to provide a commentary for Doctor Who's twentieth anniversary story The Five Doctors.
Mark is joined by Ben Schneider from The Tower Of Technobabble podcast, Deb Stanish from the Verity! podcast and Lee Rawlings from The Blue Box Podcast as we try to navigate our way through bringing up the ultimate nerd.
Also featuring new music from friend of the show Momo:Tempo
Ben Schneider (AKA The Repeater) from the Tower Of Technobabble joins Mark to talk about Doctor Who reconstructions; fan made slide shows/CGI movies of missing stories that bring them back to life.
Also discussed are Big Foot, Firefly and American Horror Story.
Tower Of Technobabble
Tower Of Technobabble
Tower Of Technobabble
Erik Stadnik from The Doctor Who Book Club, Doctor Who: The Writers' Room and The Classic Horror Cast along with Deb Stanish from the Verity! podcast join Mark to talk about arguably the greatest murder mystery writer of all time Agatha Christie.
Also discussed are Sleepy Hollow, American Horror Story: Coven and The Walking Dead.
Mark is joined by Suky Khakh and Lina Burgard to talk about the HBO series Band Of Brothers.
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Friend of the show Eric Escamilla dropped by to talk about his opinions of the big movie releases of the summer.
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Peter Webber and Bill Lynas return to talk about the 1960s cult classic TV series The Prisoner.
Also discussed in this episode are NOS4R2, Hannibal, Hot Fuzz and more!
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Erika from Verity! and Steven from Radio Free Skaro and The Memory Cheats discuss the classic '80s kids movie, plus Doctor Who, The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy, Tripods and more.
Erik Stadnik from The Doctor Who Book Club podcast and Doctor Who: The Writer's Room is back to talk about F Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby and the new movie adaptation.
Mark is joined by Nat (previously of Bridging The Rift) and they discuss among other things: The Tomorrow People and Dark Season, plus Community and Elementary and more...
All the episodes of Bridging The Rift can be downloaded here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ntxkzzt580r8453/a8guabY1jg
Sean from the TARDIS Tavern and the Doctor Who Book Club Podcast drops by to have a chat about FX's American Horror Story.
Also mentioned are LOST, Game Of Thrones and Agatha Christie.
Mark is joined by Simon Brett and Lee Rawlings, the organisers of Phonicon, Exeter's newest Sci-Fi convention
Also providing humorous chat and music is Timo Peach AKA Momo:Tempo
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Mark is joined by Declan May to talk about the Doctor Who anniversary stories, plus Red Dwarf and Cabin Pressure.
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Mark is joined by Josh Zimon from Mostly Harmless Cutaway and The Memory Cheats to discuss an enduring literary hero who's as popular today as when he first appeared in 1887.
Mark and Peter Webber talk about Doctor Who Christmas specials and some of the movies and TV shows they enjoyed in 2012, and an audio feature from listener Suky Khakh on childhood Christmas TV favourites and his picks of the year in TV shows and movies.
Mark is joined by Eric Escamilla from Doctor Who: Mostly Harmless Cutaway and Doctor Who: Prognosis Negative.
Topics up for discussion include comic books, Doctor Who, conventions, Arrow and more!
Eric on Twitter: @BullittWHO
Mark and Bill talk about one of 2012's most eagerly anticipated films, Daniel Craig's return as James Bond in Skyfall, and with this year also marking 50 years since Dr. No the first film being released, there are plenty of other Bond based topics covered. Also mentioned are Cockneys Vs Zombies and American Horror Story.
Mark is joined by Peter Webber, up for discussion are The Walking Dead, Survivors, Doctor Who, recons, Big Finish, Just A Minute, collecting and obsessiveness.There's also some great feedback from Sean, Erik, Declan, John, J.R. and Lee.Twitter: @nerdologyukFacebook: www.facebook.com/NerdologyUKBlog: http://bit.ly/nerdology
Mark is joined by Matt Barber to discuss Jon Pertwee's first series of Doctor Who, with a whole bunch of other Doctor Who related topics covered along the way.
Simon Brett and Lee Rawlings from Starburst Magazine's Blue Box Podcast return for another commentary, this time it's Disney's 1979 "space oddity" The Black Hole.
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Mark welcomes back Erik Stadnik from The Doctor Who Book Club Podcast for a second appearance on Nerdology, this time the subject is Charles Dickens' second novel Oliver Twist.
Also up for discussion are the David Lean adaptation from 1948 and the 2003 version "Twist" starring Nick Stahl.
Mark is joined by Sam Hemming to discuss two classic films from legendary English director Alfred Hitchcock.
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Mark is joined by Simon Brett and Lee Rawlings from Starburst Magazine's Blue Box Podcast for a commentary of Edgar Wright's Shaun Of The Dead.
The film includes a fair amount of swearing, we have bleeped out any expletives that may have been said during recording!
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Mark is joined by Erik Stadnik from The Doctor Who Book Club Podcast, up for discussion are Robert Graves' seminal books I, Claudius and Claudius The God, and the subsequent award winning BBC television series first aired in 1976. You can reach us at: Twitter: @nerdologyuk Facebook: http://on.fb.me/nerdology-facebook The Blog: bit.ly/nerdology Erik can be found at: @dwbcpodcast @sjcaustenite http://erikandhispointlessblog.blogspot.co.uk/
In this episode Mark talks to Starburst Magazine's J.R. Southall about his new book You And Who available from www.hirstpublishing.com with 100% of the author's royalties going to BBC Children In Need.
Also up for discussion are RTD Vs Steven Moffat, Sherlock and fanzines.
Big thanks to Erik from the Doctor Who Book Club Podcast and Eric from Mostly Harmless Cutaway for their advice.