This episode we have longtime podcast supporter and contributor Suky Khakh as our special guest and we’re all watching Rose on the BBC iPlayer , the first episode of Doctor Who’s triumphant return in 2005, inspired by the latest return of Doctor Who with Jodie Whittaker taking over as The Doctor.
Here it is, “A Bit More Televigion“ For next time, I need your thoughts, memories and opinions on kid’s TV. What influence did the TV you watch have on who you are now? What are kid’s watching on TV today? And does anyone else remember that show that had an episode about pancakes that made […]Read more "The Televigion Podcast Episode 3"
I knew very little about SunTrap before some Twitter recommendations earlier this week. I’m pretty sure they were from sources I would ordinarily trust, so I set up a recording. In the spirit of trying to stay current, I thought I’d watch it on premiere night and share some thoughts. I imagine this show will […]Read more "SunTrap – It’s Probably a Review"
The time has come for transparency within the world of Televigion. There now follows a comprehensive list of all known series and seasons underway in the House of Televigion; those started and halted, those eagerly awaited on a charmingly retro week-to-week basis, those binged or re-binged and those stuck on while doing something else. Not included are […]Read more "State of the Televigion Union"
I know too much about television. Almost everything I watch has prior knowledge attached and thus the weight of expectation. I rarely have the chance to form my own opinions away from the general consensus. So, earlier this week, I decided to embark upon an experiment. Method Trawl through BBC iPlayer, Netflix and 4oD to […]Read more "A Televigion Experiment – The Mimic"
I’m not sure I could be more excited for this. It remains one of my favourite reading experiences, I was so completely immersed in just my sort of world. I think the BBC will do it justice. James StewartRead more "Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, squeeee!"