A while back, Eugene and I tried to work out what’s scifi (and what’s not). This came about when Eugene included The Avengers on a list of top scifi shows which surprised me, because while it’s my top show, I wouldn’t have considered it scifi. On the podcast we spent about an hour discussing what scifi is, without reaching a conclusion, but along the way we discussed all sorts of different types of scifi, and the blurry boundary into fantasy.
Simon and James join Eugene to consider Peter Capaldi’s first year as the Doctor.
(We’ve had a number of technical problems with this podcast recording. Apologies for the sound quality and glitches.)
Danny Pink, soldier, a man barely alive. (Well, dead really.) We can rebuild him. We have the technology. We have the capability to make the world’s first Cyberpink. Danny Pink will be that man. Better than he was before. Better, stronger, faster, just as dead.
Ah, who am I kidding? Ben and Eugene are just reviewing the final episode of Doctor Who Series 8, Death in Heaven.
Ben and Eugene look at the first half of the two-part Doctor Who series 8 finale, Dark Water.
Tiger, tiger burning bright…
How brightly did the Doctor Who episode, In the Forest of the Night, burn? Find out what Ben and Eugene thought about this rather green episode.
Is this the @jamti fan club?
Find out what Ben and Eugene thought of the latest episode of Doctor Who, Flatline.
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As referenced in the podcast, Jamie Mathieson’s blog can be read here: Jamie Mathieson at Blogspot.
Could Gan flatline? Find out if a regular star of a show, who’s even counted in the title of the series itself could possibly die of a brain malfunction in Breakdown, the latest episode of Blakes 7 to be reviewed by Ben and Eugene.