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clanger68
trevor travis wrote:

Spaceship Dispatcher wrote:

This afternoon I'm starting on the audiobook reading of K9 & Company; the novelisation was written by Terence Dudley, based on his own television script, and is read for audio by John Leeson...


Watching the TV version is quite enough for me Wink A quite dreadful spin-off.




I really rather like it. Watch it every year at Christmas time.
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Spaceship Dispatcher
clanger68 wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Spaceship Dispatcher wrote:

This afternoon I'm starting on the audiobook reading of K9 & Company; the novelisation was written by Terence Dudley, based on his own television script, and is read for audio by John Leeson...


Watching the TV version is quite enough for me Wink A quite dreadful spin-off.

I really rather like it. Watch it every year at Christmas time.

I like it too! In fact, I was really surprised when meeting other fans for the first time to find that not everyone loved it...
Reversing the polarity of the neutron flow. I bet that means something. It sounds great.

Blake's 7: Trojan Horse (s4 fanfic) - Blake's 7: Through the Needle's Eye (s2 fanfic)

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trevor travis
clanger68 wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Spaceship Dispatcher wrote:

This afternoon I'm starting on the audiobook reading of K9 & Company; the novelisation was written by Terence Dudley, based on his own television script, and is read for audio by John Leeson...


Watching the TV version is quite enough for me Wink A quite dreadful spin-off.




I really rather like it. Watch it every year at Christmas time.


Horns is my annual Xmas treat Wink
 
clanger68
trevor travis wrote:

clanger68 wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Spaceship Dispatcher wrote:

This afternoon I'm starting on the audiobook reading of K9 & Company; the novelisation was written by Terence Dudley, based on his own television script, and is read for audio by John Leeson...


Watching the TV version is quite enough for me Wink A quite dreadful spin-off.






I really rather like it. Watch it every year at Christmas time.


Horns is my annual Xmas treat Wink


LOL, not quite sure what to say! Smile
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Spaceship Dispatcher
clanger68 wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Horns is my annual Xmas treat Wink


LOL, not quite sure what to say! Smile

Just laugh. Wink
Reversing the polarity of the neutron flow. I bet that means something. It sounds great.

Blake's 7: Trojan Horse (s4 fanfic) - Blake's 7: Through the Needle's Eye (s2 fanfic)

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BradPaula
Spaceship Dispatcher wrote:

clanger68 wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Horns is my annual Xmas treat Wink


LOL, not quite sure what to say! Smile

Just laugh. Wink


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Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
Spaceship Dispatcher
Listening to The Witch Hunters, State of Decay and K9 & Company one after another it's amusing to find that David Collings, Geoffrey Beevers and John Leeson all use exactly the same voice and accent for the stories' yokel bumpkins! Grin
Reversing the polarity of the neutron flow. I bet that means something. It sounds great.

Blake's 7: Trojan Horse (s4 fanfic) - Blake's 7: Through the Needle's Eye (s2 fanfic)

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Spaceship Dispatcher
Onwards with the last three disks of K9 & Company this morning!

John Leeson is such a good reader, and Terence Dudley wrote in a nice descriptive way that gives John lots of chance to express the narrative as a true performance.
Reversing the polarity of the neutron flow. I bet that means something. It sounds great.

Blake's 7: Trojan Horse (s4 fanfic) - Blake's 7: Through the Needle's Eye (s2 fanfic)

Spaceship Dispatcher's fanfic site
 
Spaceship Dispatcher
Doctor Who: The Space Museum; written by Glyn Jones, the writer of the original season 2 television story, and read by Maureen O'Brien.
Reversing the polarity of the neutron flow. I bet that means something. It sounds great.

Blake's 7: Trojan Horse (s4 fanfic) - Blake's 7: Through the Needle's Eye (s2 fanfic)

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Spaceship Dispatcher
Being at home sick since Wednesday morning means that I'm catching up with some new CD releases earlier than planned; I listened to The Space Museum instead of going to work yesterday and am listening to all of The Avengers - The Lost Episodes: Volume 5 instead of driving to Norwich today. Last night I fitted in the third episode of Big Finish's brilliant new Torchwood audio series too!
Reversing the polarity of the neutron flow. I bet that means something. It sounds great.

Blake's 7: Trojan Horse (s4 fanfic) - Blake's 7: Through the Needle's Eye (s2 fanfic)

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rojkerr1
Spectre of Lanyon Moor
 
Spaceship Dispatcher
Listened to another of my favourite Big Finish audios yesterday, the anthology collection Doctor Who: Circular Time starring Peter Davison and Sarah Sutton...

This evening, tomorrow, and probably Wednesday morning too I'm relistening to one of my favourite Doctor Who audiobook readings! The Dalek Masterplan was released across ten CDs back in 2010, in two volumes for the two novelisations that the story was divided between, and it's read by Peter Purves and Jean Marsh; both starred in the original story on television.
Reversing the polarity of the neutron flow. I bet that means something. It sounds great.

Blake's 7: Trojan Horse (s4 fanfic) - Blake's 7: Through the Needle's Eye (s2 fanfic)

Spaceship Dispatcher's fanfic site
 
dragonq
About to listen to the second War Doctor release from Big Finish: I really enjoyed the first one, so am very much looking forward to seeing if this lives up to expectation.
 
Spaceship Dispatcher
dragonq wrote:

About to listen to the second War Doctor release from Big Finish: I really enjoyed the first one, so am very much looking forward to seeing if this lives up to expectation.

I'm still waiting for the first War Doctor volume, because Big Finish are delaying the high street release of the nu-Who titles, but it seems to be quite popular. I'm on the final disk of The Daleks Masterplan at the moment...
Reversing the polarity of the neutron flow. I bet that means something. It sounds great.

Blake's 7: Trojan Horse (s4 fanfic) - Blake's 7: Through the Needle's Eye (s2 fanfic)

Spaceship Dispatcher's fanfic site
 
Joe Dredd
Joe Dredd wrote:

I'm currently listening to "Charles Dickens: The BBC Radio Drama Collection: Volume One" on my work/home commute, which is made up of four relatively recent dramatisations.

So far I've listened to "Pickwick Papers" (which was excellent once Mr Pickwick is in the Fleet, but is too silly before that even for me - played as a broad knockabout comedy, complete with slide whistles when people fall down or get thrown out) and "Oliver Twist" (absolutely excellent all round, with Tim McInnerny as a fearsome Bill Sykes). I'm onto "Nicholas Nickleby" (Very good; Tom Baker has turned up as head of a theatre troupe), which has prompted me to dig out my copy of the 1977(?) BBC TV version with Nigel Havers.

I'm hoping everything turns out alright for the Nicklebys (don't tell me!) and that the fourth story, "The Old Curiosity Shop" matches the standard of these last two productions.


The start of "The Old Curiosity Shop" did nothing for me and I laid the discs aside. I'm giving it another go now and am right into it. Little Nell is working for the lady with the waxworks display (played here by Julia MacKenzie) but her grandfather has gambled away more of their money when they were forced to shelter from the rain. I hope that nasty Quilp doesn't get her!
 
dragonq
The Old Curiosity Shop is an incredibly dark book. I have just about finished rereading it, and it's really quite nightmarish in places. Tyrion Lannister has nothing on Quilp.
 
Ela
Been working my way through some Doctor Who Main Range stories in the last month. I'm skipping the later Ace-Seven-Hex and Six-Evelyn ones till I have a complete set (I'm missing two!), so I can listen in order. The most recent one I listened to that doesn't fit into the above-mentioned was Butcher of Brisbane. Then I went back and re-watched Talons of Weng Chiang, so I could put it in context better. I'm going to get around to re-listening to that.

Other than that, been listening to a bunch of Big Finish Subscriber Short Trips, most of which I enjoyed, and been catching up on a bunch of podcasts: Radiolab, Imaginary Worlds, Israel Story, and the Big Finish podcast. Still not caught up on Down and Safe, as that is a serious time commitment. Smile
 
Travisina
Ela wrote:
Still not caught up on Down and Safe, as that is a serious time commitment. Smile

It's worth it, though - I find the time flies by when I listen to it.
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meegat39
We've been listening to my latest Liberator Chronicles boxset. We've heard Defector and Planetfall and they were both very good!
"If you didn't want the answer, you shouldn't have asked the question."
 
Ela
Travisina wrote:

Ela wrote:
Still not caught up on Down and Safe, as that is a serious time commitment. Smile

It's worth it, though - I find the time flies by when I listen to it.


Yeah, I enjoy it. I just have to have a good time to listen. Often I've listened in the car on the way to work, as I have a long commute.
 
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