Saturday, October 22, 2011

The Unquiet Dead audio commentary

Included for your listening pleasure is the Blogtor Who audio commentary for the Doctor Who episode, The Unquiet Dead. Recorded by Cameron K McEwan and Alexander J McKinnon, the commentary can be enjoyed whilst watching the story - though, that's not essential. Also featured on the podcast are some of your comments left here and on Twitter, including one from the story's writer Mark Gatiss!
You can download the audio commentary directly HERE, or subscribe on iTunes HERE or use the player below. We are now taking your opinions, questions and thoughts for the first two~parter of 2005, Aliens of London/World War Three and Dalek - leave them in the comments section below or on Twitter HERE.


Series One is currently being screened by UK digital channel, Watch - Sundays at 12pm (and at various points during the week). The whole series is available on Sky Plus Anytime.

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5 comments:

James Byron said...

These are better than most proffesional commentaries!

I think the episodes Aliens of London and WWIII exist solely to make the other episodes seem better. Sitting right inbetween two fantastic episodes, without these you'd forget how difficult it is to write Doctor Who well.

Hannah (yes, that one) said...

Really love Dalek, and was excited about you getting to this one! Fantastic to have such a good one after the awful Slitheen two-parter. Their time would have been best spent doing this one as a two-parter. Can't get enough of the not-sure-whether-to-kiss-you-or-kill-you Dalek.

Brings back memories of my 8-year-old self having awful nightmares about the Daleks coming up the stairs to exterminate me as I slept.

Anonymous said...

thank you Sandy for speaking Welsh. Diolch

Rufus McGuire said...

I love Dalek to pieces. It still is one of my favourite Dalek stories since the revival of the show and really made an impact on my as a 12 year old boy first seeing the daleks for the very first time.

Unknown said...

My 4 year old daughter, who is now a HUGE DW fan, watched the "dalek" ep, and then drew this:
http://novawuff.deviantart.com/gallery/?catpath=scraps#/d463ofy

I love it so much! :D