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Harlen Quinn

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  1. which wasn't a webcast. which is a webcast/red button jobbie.
  2. I didn't get the picture box fear so I searched youtube to see if I was wrong. Well, I tried the original credits and I sort of understood but then I tried out a vid that featured the full theme, that's all kind of whacked. If you didn't like the shortened theme version you'll like this less. original theme http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IF-0XNKlhk Full theme
  3. Loads of public information films to give you nightmares. The point?, most of the graphic ones were aired in the 70s when I was a kid. http://www2.tv-ark.org.uk/pifs/pifs_a-f.html knock yourselves out.
  4. Whilst you're right about the anime this is technically webcast material and in the context of what went before it's not exactly out of place. I'll enjoy it. Maybe I have low expectations cos I only recently caught up with the webcast stuff... http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/classic/webcasts/index.shtml
  5. Been looking at tvark to jog my memory and found this opening sequence called Shadows, don't recall seeing it but the titles rock. http://www2.tv-ark.org.uk/childrens/itv_s-z.html
  6. I remember that from childhood. Us kids were tougher back then, I recall finding it reassuringly spooky. My adult brain thinks that may be donald pleasance voicing. EDIT: Apparently a DP sound alike.
  7. Dunno about killer beanbags on wdy but they certainly had an invisible entity known as 'the doris' which would fuck about with the presenters in a seemingly aggressive poltergeist fashion. Can't remember if it did anything other than throwing the kids around since in retrospect they were obviously just throwing themselves around. As a child I remember half buying into it.
  8. It's as if none of the posts had gone before. That programme is Look & Read, dunno where dramarama comes in. The video you chose was the worst possible example as some doughnut has dubbed it with his own wibblings.
  9. I think langdell logos would prove more lolworthy.
  10. The kid is called peep peep and he's from the look and read programme's story the boy from space. The dark tower is another look and read story. Searches on youtube will yield videos.
  11. I agree, that's why I'm obsessing, I want it now, dammit!
  12. Possibly but something has do drop off the schedules to make room for Doctor Who sooner or later. Strictly still has 10 couples left so presumably that will go on beyond november anyway and merlin is on ep 6 of 13 this saturday. something has to give.
  13. Aren't there gaps in that schedule? http://www.bbc.co.uk/pressoffice/proginfo/....shtml#saturday What's between merlin and casualty?
  14. Russell T Davies says in the November edition of DWM:- "Just this morning, I saw the edit of Special Project 3 - it's not for Children In Need, it's something else - and it looks amazing, though God knows what it'll do to canon!" I can dream.
  15. Ok, he should be hired and paid to finish that. I don't know how those voices were done but they're rather excellent too.
  16. Sued, he should be given a medal. Awesome.
  17. I enjoyed that far too much. Largely brilliant and largely rubbish in equal measure. Never have I understood the Edge marking system more. 5/10 if I could be arsed I talk more about the Ryan and rab contribution. Summat about willy's wife and plinky plonk marble music. Not played the original of the almost orchestrally scored latter then. Poor maria the housekeeper is no doubt spinning in her shallow grave. Snipe away, I never professed to be an expert. Or a wife, housekeeper or marble.
  18. Well, I'd been trying. If I started collecting dolls that would be one of them. Due to my unusual shifts I've been trying to listen to that Tom Baker audio, which I mentioned earlier, whilst in bed. I'm both annoyed and blissfully happy. Falling asleep to Tom's voice is a great thing. The plot can wait.
  19. wizard and glass was my fave too. You were the best enemy in the gunslinger epic pennywise. Lisey's story lives in your bones. Bool!
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