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Liberator Chronicles Relisten - 1.2 Solitary
BradPaula
Travisina wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Michael doing his Avon impression! He did it again at RTGP1!


He did get the essence of the character I think.

He's an excellent voice actor. He played an additional character in 'The Armageddon Storm', and I had no idea it was Michael.


Yes, I had to listen a second time to realize it was Michael. He was in disc 2- Grant's friend.
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
Ellen York
BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Michael doing his Avon impression! He did it again at RTGP1!


He did get the essence of the character I think.


I think you have to pretend that he's put on his leather-studded underpants on inside out and take it from there Wink


That's going to take a few hours to get that image out of my mind.


Need some brain bleach? Wink
 
trevor travis
BradPaula wrote:

Travisina wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Michael doing his Avon impression! He did it again at RTGP1!


He did get the essence of the character I think.

He's an excellent voice actor. He played an additional character in 'The Armageddon Storm', and I had no idea it was Michael.


Yes, I had to listen a second time to realize it was Michael. He was in disc 2- Grant's friend.


Ah, we'll get there in a few weeks!
 
BradPaula
Ellen York wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Michael doing his Avon impression! He did it again at RTGP1!


He did get the essence of the character I think.


I think you have to pretend that he's put on his leather-studded underpants on inside out and take it from there Wink


That's going to take a few hours to get that image out of my mind.


Need some brain bleach? Wink


I thought our fearless leader told us to drink it? Hiccup!
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
Ellen York
BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Last time I heard this it was over the stuttering of a double-deckerís diesel engine, torn between not wanting to be late for work and wanting the traffic jam to last long enough to get to the end!


I remember listening to Volume 6 for the first time going to Newcastle with Paula and Brad in the car!


That was a day. I think I shouted at the end, Jenna's NOT dead! from the back seat. Ellen? You remember TT's back seat- going to Black park? What memories.


At least you had the back seat to yourself. I had to share with Brad and Huggy Smile
 
Travisina
Ellen York wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Last time I heard this it was over the stuttering of a double-deckerís diesel engine, torn between not wanting to be late for work and wanting the traffic jam to last long enough to get to the end!


I remember listening to Volume 6 for the first time going to Newcastle with Paula and Brad in the car!


That was a day. I think I shouted at the end, Jenna's NOT dead! from the back seat. Ellen? You remember TT's back seat- going to Black park? What memories.


At least you had the back seat to yourself. I had to share with Brad and Huggy Smile

That must have been cosy!
My views are my own.

VILA: I'm entitled to my opinion.
AVON: It is your assumption that we are entitled to it as well that is irritating.


Twitter: @TravisinaB7
 
BradPaula
Ellen York wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Last time I heard this it was over the stuttering of a double-deckerís diesel engine, torn between not wanting to be late for work and wanting the traffic jam to last long enough to get to the end!


I remember listening to Volume 6 for the first time going to Newcastle with Paula and Brad in the car!


That was a day. I think I shouted at the end, Jenna's NOT dead! from the back seat. Ellen? You remember TT's back seat- going to Black park? What memories.


At least you had the back seat to yourself. I had to share with Brad and Huggy Smile


What was it you said? If you weren't good friends before, you were now? What a day. So glad we were able to do that and thanks to TT for volunteering his car.
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
Ellen York
Travisina wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Last time I heard this it was over the stuttering of a double-deckerís diesel engine, torn between not wanting to be late for work and wanting the traffic jam to last long enough to get to the end!


I remember listening to Volume 6 for the first time going to Newcastle with Paula and Brad in the car!


That was a day. I think I shouted at the end, Jenna's NOT dead! from the back seat. Ellen? You remember TT's back seat- going to Black park? What memories.


At least you had the back seat to yourself. I had to share with Brad and Huggy Smile

That must have been cosy!


That's one way of putting it. I was the rose between two thorns.
 
trevor travis
BradPaula wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Last time I heard this it was over the stuttering of a double-deckerís diesel engine, torn between not wanting to be late for work and wanting the traffic jam to last long enough to get to the end!


I remember listening to Volume 6 for the first time going to Newcastle with Paula and Brad in the car!


That was a day. I think I shouted at the end, Jenna's NOT dead! from the back seat. Ellen? You remember TT's back seat- going to Black park? What memories.


At least you had the back seat to yourself. I had to share with Brad and Huggy Smile


What was it you said? If you weren't good friends before, you were now? What a day. So glad we were able to do that and thanks to TT for volunteering his car.


I couldn't find the power cells in those bushes.
 
stormypetrel
Ellen York wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Last time I heard this it was over the stuttering of a double-deckerís diesel engine, torn between not wanting to be late for work and wanting the traffic jam to last long enough to get to the end!


I remember listening to Volume 6 for the first time going to Newcastle with Paula and Brad in the car!


That was a day. I think I shouted at the end, Jenna's NOT dead! from the back seat. Ellen? You remember TT's back seat- going to Black park? What memories.


At least you had the back seat to yourself. I had to share with Brad and Huggy Smile

If it helps, I was once passenger in the boot of a Land Rover containing 12 people and 3 dogs...
 
BradPaula
stormypetrel wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Last time I heard this it was over the stuttering of a double-deckerís diesel engine, torn between not wanting to be late for work and wanting the traffic jam to last long enough to get to the end!


I remember listening to Volume 6 for the first time going to Newcastle with Paula and Brad in the car!


That was a day. I think I shouted at the end, Jenna's NOT dead! from the back seat. Ellen? You remember TT's back seat- going to Black park? What memories.


At least you had the back seat to yourself. I had to share with Brad and Huggy Smile

If it helps, I was once passenger in the boot of a Land Rover containing 12 people and 3 dogs...


What a life you lead!
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
Ellen York
stormypetrel wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Last time I heard this it was over the stuttering of a double-deckerís diesel engine, torn between not wanting to be late for work and wanting the traffic jam to last long enough to get to the end!


I remember listening to Volume 6 for the first time going to Newcastle with Paula and Brad in the car!


That was a day. I think I shouted at the end, Jenna's NOT dead! from the back seat. Ellen? You remember TT's back seat- going to Black park? What memories.


At least you had the back seat to yourself. I had to share with Brad and Huggy Smile

If it helps, I was once passenger in the boot of a Land Rover containing 12 people and 3 dogs...


Okay, you win the crowded car competition Grin
 
stormypetrel
Ellen York wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Last time I heard this it was over the stuttering of a double-deckerís diesel engine, torn between not wanting to be late for work and wanting the traffic jam to last long enough to get to the end!


I remember listening to Volume 6 for the first time going to Newcastle with Paula and Brad in the car!


That was a day. I think I shouted at the end, Jenna's NOT dead! from the back seat. Ellen? You remember TT's back seat- going to Black park? What memories.


At least you had the back seat to yourself. I had to share with Brad and Huggy Smile

If it helps, I was once passenger in the boot of a Land Rover containing 12 people and 3 dogs...


Okay, you win the crowded car competition Grin

Grin
 
Ellen York
Interesting that Vila knows so many old Earth legends. Robin Hood, the Marie Celeste
 
meegat39
stormypetrel wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Last time I heard this it was over the stuttering of a double-deckerís diesel engine, torn between not wanting to be late for work and wanting the traffic jam to last long enough to get to the end!


I remember listening to Volume 6 for the first time going to Newcastle with Paula and Brad in the car!


That was a day. I think I shouted at the end, Jenna's NOT dead! from the back seat. Ellen? You remember TT's back seat- going to Black park? What memories.


At least you had the back seat to yourself. I had to share with Brad and Huggy Smile

If it helps, I was once passenger in the boot of a Land Rover containing 12 people and 3 dogs...


That reminds me of my Dad's company van. We all used to sit in the back with no seatbelts, usually on the lumpy bit of the wheel arch. On a good day there were four of us crammed in the back with Mum and Dad in the front and it was only a small transit van. Would be highly illegal these days...
GARETH THOMAS: Paul is a very generous man, as a human being and as an actor. The programme couldnít have been made if we hadnít got on. Our working relationship was magic.
 
stormypetrel
Ellen York wrote:

Interesting that Vila knows so many old Earth legends. Robin Hood, the Marie Celeste

He likes stories. Heís said so before. So I expect heíd pick them up, somehow.
 
BradPaula
stormypetrel wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

Interesting that Vila knows so many old Earth legends. Robin Hood, the Marie Celeste

He likes stories. Heís said so before. So I expect heíd pick them up, somehow.


True, but in the context ot this story, is it Vila's memories from his Grandmother or someone else's memories?
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
Travisina
meegat39 wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Last time I heard this it was over the stuttering of a double-deckerís diesel engine, torn between not wanting to be late for work and wanting the traffic jam to last long enough to get to the end!


I remember listening to Volume 6 for the first time going to Newcastle with Paula and Brad in the car!


That was a day. I think I shouted at the end, Jenna's NOT dead! from the back seat. Ellen? You remember TT's back seat- going to Black park? What memories.


At least you had the back seat to yourself. I had to share with Brad and Huggy Smile

If it helps, I was once passenger in the boot of a Land Rover containing 12 people and 3 dogs...


That reminds me of my Dad's company van. We all used to sit in the back with no seatbelts, usually on the lumpy bit of the wheel arch. On a good day there were four of us crammed in the back with Mum and Dad in the front and it was only a small transit van. Would be highly illegal these days...

When I was in primary school, my aunt used to drive us to school: 4 of us: me, my sister and my two cousins in the back seat of her Mini Minor. We fit in by alternating 'one leans forward, one leans back'. No seatbelts, of course. How did we ever survive the '60s?
My views are my own.

VILA: I'm entitled to my opinion.
AVON: It is your assumption that we are entitled to it as well that is irritating.


Twitter: @TravisinaB7
 
Ellen York
meegat39 wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Last time I heard this it was over the stuttering of a double-deckerís diesel engine, torn between not wanting to be late for work and wanting the traffic jam to last long enough to get to the end!


I remember listening to Volume 6 for the first time going to Newcastle with Paula and Brad in the car!


That was a day. I think I shouted at the end, Jenna's NOT dead! from the back seat. Ellen? You remember TT's back seat- going to Black park? What memories.


At least you had the back seat to yourself. I had to share with Brad and Huggy Smile

If it helps, I was once passenger in the boot of a Land Rover containing 12 people and 3 dogs...


That reminds me of my Dad's company van. We all used to sit in the back with no seatbelts, usually on the lumpy bit of the wheel arch. On a good day there were four of us crammed in the back with Mum and Dad in the front and it was only a small transit van. Would be highly illegal these days...


When I was a kid, we had a little convertible MG. My brother and I rode sitting on the shelf in the back that the convertible top folded into until we were too large to fit back there. That would also be very illegal now.
 
stormypetrel
meegat39 wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Last time I heard this it was over the stuttering of a double-deckerís diesel engine, torn between not wanting to be late for work and wanting the traffic jam to last long enough to get to the end!


I remember listening to Volume 6 for the first time going to Newcastle with Paula and Brad in the car!


That was a day. I think I shouted at the end, Jenna's NOT dead! from the back seat. Ellen? You remember TT's back seat- going to Black park? What memories.


At least you had the back seat to yourself. I had to share with Brad and Huggy Smile

If it helps, I was once passenger in the boot of a Land Rover containing 12 people and 3 dogs...


That reminds me of my Dad's company van. We all used to sit in the back with no seatbelts, usually on the lumpy bit of the wheel arch. On a good day there were four of us crammed in the back with Mum and Dad in the front and it was only a small transit van. Would be highly illegal these days...

My dad hired a van once to move a sofa, then decided weíd go for a day out afterwards. My parents and granny were in the cab so I was in the back- and I couldnít understand why he shouted every time I stood up and stuck my head through the partition because if heíd put me in the back it must be legal...Grin
 
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