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We're back with a new, later-than-planned podcast with guest Philip Bates of The Doctor Who Companion. Philip chats to Christian Cawley about some projects he's working on with Candy Jar Books, which includes some books on The Racoons, an update to Companions: Fifty Years of Doctor Who Assistants called Companions: Sixty Years of Doctor Who Assista…
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The Church on Ruby Road is reviewed in our latest Doctor Who podcast. Christian Cawley is conducting other activities this week, so James McLean is joined by "Magnus" to discuss the 2023 Doctor Who Christmas special. But who is Magnus, and will you ever find out? Probably not, but it's an interesting conundrum to consider as you listen to this chat…
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A British documentary on the Concorde aircraft. This short was produced solely for overseas broadcast by the London Television Service, which was part of the Central Office of Information.. This item belongs to: movies/classic_tv_1970s. This item has files of the following types: Archive BitTorrent, Item Tile, MPEG2, Metadata, Thumbnail, h.264…
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A segment which aired on Austrian television. It features ABBA lip-syncing their song Ring Ring. Agnetha Faltskog was pregnant and later gave birth to a child, so a singer named Inger Brundin took her place for several TV appearances during 1973 (but doesn't appear on the recording).... This item belongs to: movies/classic_tv_1970s. This item has f…
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A sequence produced in the UK by the Central Office of Information (COI) for broadcast on Mexican television. In this sequence, there is a look at Tommy Nutter, and some people wearing glam clothes while trying to dance on top of a moving vehicle.... This item belongs to: movies/classic_tv_1970s. This item has files of the following types: Archive …
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An episode of a five minute television series produced in the UK by the Central Office of Information. This series was produced for broadcast in other countries, and was not originally shown in the UK.... This item belongs to: movies/classic_tv_1970s. This item has files of the following types: Archive BitTorrent, Item Tile, MPEG2, Metadata, Thumbn…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 24: The Case of the Violent Vest This episode includes: Law Library: Hearsay Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Contract cancellation, Barbara Pepper, and Perry's belief in his clients The Theme: Fashion The Perry Proverb: "This is a law office..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last ep’s Paul…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 23: The Case of the Torrid Tapestry This episode includes: Law Library: Brazilian Extradition Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Art estimates, Lillian Buyeff, and Perry's hobbies/kindness The Theme: Copies The Perry Proverb: "If it's publicity you want..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last …
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 22: The Case of the Cowardly Lion This episode includes: Law Library: Immigration laws Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Brunhilde and adult gorillas in zoos, Carol Rossen, and Perry's expanding service area The Theme: Courage The Perry Proverb: "It's quite possible..." The Water Cooler: Deleted…
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Admittedly later than planned, we're back for our review of the third Doctor Who 60th anniversary episode, The Giggle. Guest starring Neil Patrick Harris (Doogie Howzer MD, How I Met Your Mother, etc.), the episode reintroduces Bonnie Langford as Melanie Bush and brings us our first look at the 15th Doctor Who, Ncuti Gatwa. Quite a bit of him, in f…
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We're back with a discussion about the latest Doctor Who 60th anniversary episode, Wild Blue Yonder. Christian Cawley and James McLean discuss various elements of the story, how it came across and compared to the previous episode (The Star Beast), and spend a few minutes slagging off the Power of Three. Oh, and we're very pleased to tell you that t…
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The first part of Doctor Who's 60th anniversary has aired - but what did the Kasterborous team think of The Star Beast? This week, Christian Cawley and James McLean are joined by Philip Bates, the driving force behind The Doctor Who Companion. We cover everything from steelworks in North London (!) to Miriam "Margoyles" with gender transitions and …
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 21: The Case of the Difficult Detour This episode includes: Law Library: Trespassing Plot: Episode plot Trivia: the Florentine touch, Suzanne Lloyd, and Perry's deals The Theme: Fear The Perry Proverb: "I won't let it..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last ep’s Paul Prompt, PLUS a lis…
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It's Doctor Who's 60th anniversary today, but how does the promotion and hype compare with other years? Christian Cawley and James McLean look back at 1998, 2003, and 2013 to contrast and discuss how things were very different in Doctor Who celebrations in landmark years gone by. Shownotes: Russell T Davies and David Tennant on The One Show Russell…
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John Kenneth Muir and James McLean's deep dive into Star Trek continues in our latest podcast. John Kenneth Muir and James McLean finish off their discussion on 57 years of Star Trek with a reflection on Star Trek's impact in the 21st Century... desperately, needfully, and irresponsibly seeking to conclude what the franchise means to them. If you m…
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What does the Whoniverse bring to Doctor Who? 60th anniversary celebratory wonder! We're here; it's November 2023, it is the month of Doctor Who's 60th anniversary, and the BBC has gone all-out to provide celebratory media in all shapes and sizes. Central to all of this is The Whoniverse, the BBC iPlayer hub of Doctor Who episodes, documentaries, s…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 20: The Case of the Barefaced Witness. This episode includes: Law Library: Common Law Marriage Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Paul's car, Paul Fix, and Perry knows Paul The Theme: Coming clean The Perry Proverb: "Was it self-defense..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last ep’s Paul Prompt,…
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Between May and September 2023, the "Hollywood double strike" - joint industrial action by the Writers Guild of America and SAG-AFTRA - halted production of TV and movies (and some video games). The reason for this was generative AI - artificial intelligence that has been programmed to produce text, art, video, and audio material from text prompts.…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 19: The Case of the Blind Man's Bluff. This episode includes: Law Library: Jewel Contracts Plot: Episode plot and survey question Trivia: Jewel dust, John Conte, and Perry's defense outside court The Theme: Blindness The Perry Proverb: "Since when..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, las…
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James McLean and cult writer and critic John Kenneth Muir return with a new episode of the podcast that focuses on American cult film/television of the late 20th century (and beyond). In the first installment of a two-part chat, James and John discuss the biggest sci-fi phenomenon to come out of 1960s TV: Star Trek. (Yes, Doctor Who fans, you read …
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As we've just been blessed with an amazing Doctor Who trailer for the 60th anniversary, Christian and James have got together to discuss what we saw. But it's not all about the Celestial Toymaker! Our existing podcast was due to go live yesterday, so we hurriedly recorded some extra material - found in the first 15 minutes of the episode - to discu…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 18: The Case of the Angry Dead Man. This episode includes: Law Library: Oil Lease Contracts Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Nesbitt's Ailment, Carol Ohmart, and Perry's friends and rep The Theme: Identity The Perry Proverb: "Please don't worry" The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last ep’s Paul …
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 17: The Case of the Wintry Wife. This episode includes: Law Library: Contract Law Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Circulation problem, Robert Karnes, and Perry makes Paul and Della wait The Theme: Technology The Perry Proverb: "Consistently wrong..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last ep’s…
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James McLean and cult writer and critic John Kenneth Muir are back with a sixth episode of the podcast that focuses on American cult film/television of the late 20th century (and beyond). This time, John and James look forward, then look back, then look now at the crisis of infinite media that threatens to drown us all. Are we at the cusp of a bran…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 16: The Case of the Waylaid Wolf. This episode includes: Law Library: Spousal Privilege Plot: Episode and Novel plots Trivia: British sheep, Tony Travis, and Perry's nosh mates The Theme: Wolfishness The Perry Proverb: "Murder is..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last ep’s Paul Prompt…
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Doctor Who's exploits in the video game world have often left fans and gamers cold. Despite the success of other franchises (think Star Wars, Star Trek, Harry Potter, Jurassic Park, and many others) in the video game arena, Doctor Who's main hits have been a pinball machine and an appearance in Lego: Dimensions. And yet, Doctor Who has spawned an i…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 15: The Case of the Fickle Fortune. This episode includes: Law Library: Probate and Greenbacks Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Greenbacks, Cathy O'Donnell, and Perry's reputation The Theme: Fickleness The Perry Proverb: "Perceptive..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last ep’s Paul Prompt, P…
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Join James McLean and cult writer and critic John Kenneth Muir for the fifth in what has become a highly irregular series of podcasts focusing on American cult film/television of the late twentieth century (and occasionally, or sometimes quite frequently, other stuff). This episode considers the role of the audio drama drawing upon John's own exper…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 14: The Case of the Resolute Reformer. This episode includes: Law Library: Water Control Acts Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Sports Car Rallys, Maxine Stuart, and Perry's reputation The Theme: Responsibility The Perry Proverb: "A little faith..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last ep’s Pa…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 13: The Case of the Envious Editor. This episode includes: Law Library: Public decency laws Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Chinese orphanages, James Coburn, and Perry's patronage The Theme: Envy The Perry Proverb: "Sometimes..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last ep’s Paul Prompt, PLUS li…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 12: The Case of the Larcenous Lady. This episode includes: Law Library: Judges calling witnesses Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Crime commissions, Louise Fletcher, and Perry's french food The Theme: Stealing The Perry Proverb: The truth..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last ep’s Paul Pro…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 11: The Case of the Red Riding Boots. This episode includes: Law Library: Tennessee marriage laws Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Lividity science, Richard Deacon, Perry's friends The Theme: Impulse control The Perry Proverb: "It's much easier to hide..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 10: The Case of the Loquacious Liar. This episode includes: Law Library: Corporate Law Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Judson's example, Bruce Gordon, Perry's Cast The Theme: Lying to Yourself The Perry Proverb: " The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last ep’s Paul Prompt, PLUS listener letters C…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 9: The Case of the Nine Dolls. This episode includes: Law Library: The Swiss Bank Secrecy Act Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Perry's Trip Cost, Maggie Mahoney/John Banner, Perry's Reputation The Theme: Gifts The Perry Proverb: "I'm a lawyer..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last ep’s Paul…
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In a wide-ranging chat Christian Cawley and James McLean consider the impact of the closure of Network on Air, why we love to collect TV and movie stuff, and try and work out what quiz show Going for Gold was all about. Shownotes Some useful links to get you through the podcast. Midsomer Murders: Written in Blood Written in Blood by Caroline Graham…
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Doctor Who is off-air, so what the heck are we going to talk about? And what happens when two middle aged white guys realise they're not necessarily saying anything new about the show they've been watching since 1980ish?Christian Cawley, James McLean
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 8: The Case of the Provocative Protege. This episode includes: Law Library: CPC 1362 Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Popular piano players, Virginia Field, Fidelio The Theme: Insurance The Perry Proverb: "I'm familiar..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last ep’s Paul Prompt, PLUS listener l…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 7: The Case of the Clumsy Clown. This episode includes: Law Library: Bigamy Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Clown rankings, Ken Curtis, and circus popcorn The Theme: Fear The Perry Proverb: "There's nothing like..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last ep’s Paul Prompt, PLUS listener letters…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 6: The Case of the Wandering Widow. This episode includes: Law Library: State remuneration for wrongful incarceration Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Merchant marines, Coleen Gray, and duplicity The Theme: Family Ties The Perry Proverb: "We might be protecting..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Sce…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 5: The Case of the Lavender Lipstick. This episode includes: Law Library: Subpoenas Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Estrogenic cosmetics, Dabbs Greer, and impersonations The Theme: Betrayal The Perry Proverb: "This is murder..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last ep’s Paul Prompt, PLUS a l…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 4: The Case of the Singular Double. This episode includes: Law Library: Preliminary Hearings Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Campaign contributions, Connie Hines, and tightrope walking The Theme: Doubling The Perry Proverb: "I was looking for..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last ep’s Pau…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 3: The Case of the Ill-Fated Faker. This episode includes: Law Library: Petty Larceny Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Breach Blocks, Howard Petrie, and the new credit sequence The Theme: Faking The Perry Proverb: "More than ever..." The Water Cooler: Deleted Scenes, last ep’s Paul Prompt, PLUS…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 2: The Case of the Credulous Quarry. This episode includes: Law Library: Tampering with evidence and obstructing police procedure Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Brentwood, John Conwell, and Perry's floormates and defense The Theme: Credulity The Perry Proverb: "Gold lighter..." The Water Cool…
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In this special mini-episode of The Perry Pod, I give the deets on Erle Stanley Gardner's 1935 novel, The Case of the Counterfeit Eye, the novel that spawned The Case of the Treacherous Toupee. Contact me at theperrypod@gmail.com. Keep on walking that Park Avenue Beat!
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U.S. sitcom episode originally telecast 28 July 1951 per IMDb. I know this may seem like a strange thing to say, but I enjoyed seeing some of the outfits in this episode. . This item belongs to: movies/classic_tv_1950s. This item has files of the following types: Archive BitTorrent, Item Tile, MPEG2, Metadata, Thumbnail, h.264…
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A pop music show from Australia. Artists include Allison Durbin, Charade, Bobbie Turner, Roy, Lee Sanders, Kevin Todd, and Ann Hilton. The songs are lip-synced (and the audience is canned), and include covers of songs like "United We Stand", "A Man and a Woman", "You've Made Me So Very Happy" and "M.... This item belongs to: movies/classic_tv_1970s…
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In this episode of The Perry Pod, I look at Season 4 Episode 1: The Case of the Treacherous Toupee. This episode includes: Law Library: California Probate Code Section 12401 Plot: Episode plot Trivia: Patty's Romance, Robert Redford, and Perry's vacay destinations The Theme: Treachery The Perry Proverb: "I'd be careful…” The Water Cooler: Deleted S…
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In this special mini-episode of The Perry Pod, I conclude the Season 1 Defendants tournament. See an updated bracket here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1CCi-kfADAh0sCswD5x9SL31iV7EK0cem/view?usp=sharing Contact me at theperrypod@gmail.com. Keep on walking that Park Avenue Beat!Jonathan Sircy
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In this special mini-episode of The Perry Pod, I give you a matchup of Season 1 defendants Sybil Granger and Albert Sanders. Contact me at theperrypod@gmail.com and check out theperrypod.com for more info re: our Season 1 Defendants tournament. Keep on walking that Park Avenue Beat!Jonathan Sircy
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In this special mini-episode of The Perry Pod, I give you a matchup of Season 1 defendants Dixie Dayton and Elaine Barton. Contact me at theperrypod@gmail.com and check out theperrypod.com for more info re: our Season 1 Defendants tournament. Keep on walking that Park Avenue Beat!Jonathan Sircy
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