Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow... That makes Thursday.

 

Join John (@Feexby23) and Lawrence (@Loll73) as they creep in their petty pace from day to day, to the last syllable of recorded time.

 

It's The Shakespeare Code this time. The second episode in the third series of that children's television programme we quite like: Doctor Who.

 

 

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Join John and Lawrence (@Feexby23 and @Loll73) as they proceed in an orderly and learned way through the other 23 most common surnames in the UK according to some website.

 

Also there is an episode commentary for the first episode of Series 3 of new Doctor Who.

 

If you hear persistent rumbling interference throughout this episode it's probably your ears. You should get them checked. Certainly nothing to do with the dwindling faculties of your podcasters. And I'm sure it won't happen again.

 

We are just so excited to be back.

 

 

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The fourth and final episode of our Advent Travesty.

 

Merry Christmas everybody! x

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Episode three of our four part Advent Travesty: Voyage of the Damned

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Episode two of our four part Advent Travesty: The Runaway Bride

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The first episode of our four part Advent Travesty: The Christmas Invasion

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10.12 The Doctor Falls

One last run around the place before we go...

 

You can find @Feexby23 and @Loll73 on Twitter.

 

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The first, utterly terrifying, part of the series 10 finale.

 

Join John and Lawrence (@Feexby23 and @Loll73) as we dawdle our way through this phenomenal episode of the children's TV programme we quite like: Doctor Who.

 

 

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Well now. It was bound to happen sooner or later. I forgot to press record so we lost our whole podcast for this one! What a nitwit.

 

This then is our second pass at Rona Munro's brilliant episode The Eaters Of The Light. Behold our undiminshed enthusiasm however. This is ace telly.

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All caught up now! For a little while.

 

Join the Highlanders (@Feexby23 and @Loll73) as we despair at the state of the world whilst simultaneously enjoying this Mark Gatiss contribution to series 10 of the very good children's TV programme, Doctor Who.

 

Ayyyyeeeee.

 

 

 

 

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