Monday, December 19, 2011

Advent Calendar - Day 19

Today is the nineteenth day of the Blogtor Who Advent Calendar where each day, up until Christmas (it's the 25th, in case you're not religious and aren't aware), I'll be leaving a little treat for you (though you won't have to open a door to get it). Day 18 can be found HERE.

Included for your consideration is a podcast looking at all the Doctor Who Christmas Specials. Some time ago we asked for your thoughts and opinions through here, Twitter and Facebook - and they are all included! You can download the show directly HERE, from iTunes HERE or use the player below.




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6 comments:

Jonathan said...

I think that the scene where the Doctor "turns on" Harriet Jones was deleted ....

Cameron McEwan said...

L.O.L.!

Meshia said...

Heh, my name has been pronounced many different ways, so you both can be right. 8D

Thanks for attempting the southern accent! :) It reminded me of people in the backwoods-areas who sit on their porches with their guns, and threaten anyone who gets too close to their yards. (Mixed with some blues-y preacher) <3

Rob W said...

Hahahaha, top marks for the accents! And the Apprentice theme tune. The muppet voices, in particular, are SUPERB!

I really, really like that you can tell a particularly weird accent's coming 'cos Cam prefixes it with "I should point out that this is all just for fun." I've actually stopped listening to the words. QUESTION TAAAHM, for me, is just two men doing funny voices for half an hour.

Merry christmas!

Rob W said...

Oh, arse - just realised the muppet voices were actually meant to be Santa and an Elf. See? I don't catch the words!

For what it's worth, Santa does a mean Sam the Eagle.

Cameron McEwan said...

Meshia

Both right, yay!

Loved doing the accent, first time I've done it! Might use it again.

Rob W
Haha, thanks Rob. Had to think what you meant by Muppet voices!