Tread Perilously's annual Tread Merrily tradition returns with the Doctor Who Christmas special "Twice Upon a Time." As the Twelfth Doctor (Peter Capaldi) resists his coming regeneration, the TARDIS lands him in a very peculiar place: Earth's South Pole in 1985. There, he runs into the First Doctor (David Bradley) as he also tries to avoid regenerating. Soon, the two incarnations land in a heap of trouble, starting with the sudden appearance of a World War I British captain. But when the Doctors and the captain come into contact with Testimony, a memory-scraping AI from the far future, the nature of the problem leads to a startling revelation for both of the Doctors. Justin declares Freddy's Dead as the worst Nightmare on Elm Street movie. Erik's frustration with ex-showrunner Chris Chibnall bubbles to the surface. The nature of Christopher Eccleston's "return" to the Doctor is explored. Justin learns about the Fourteenth Doctor and the other extra Doctors played by David Tennant. Justin offers some James Bond opinions. Erik and Justin disagree if a person is the sum of their memories or not. World War I becomes an unavoidable topic. VR headgear is decried and "The Ankle-Touchers" makes its debut.
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky Episode 234: The Pirates! In An Adventure with Scientists! Released 30 November 2022 For this episode, we watched the 2012 stop-motion animated film The Pirates! In An Adventure with Scientists! adapted from his book by Gideon Defoe, directed by Peter Lord and starring the voices of Hugh Grant, David Tennant, Imelda Staunton, Martin Freeman and Russell Tovey. It cost $55 million to make and made $120 million at the box office. It has an 86% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. https://flixwatcher.tv/pisode-237-my-neighbor-totoro-with-carrie-morrion-and-jessica-regan-from-the-best-pick-movie-podcast https://www.rsc.org.uk/my-neighbour-totoro Hugh Grant on Jay Leno https://youtu.be/PqCbgHM5MqU Hugh Grant on Graham Norton https://youtu.be/GhC-byAFsjU https://pancreaticcanceraction.org Flight of the Conchords https://youtu.be/-pVT_mvvZLo Marcel the Shell with Shoes On https://youtu.be/VF9-sEbqDvU BEST PICK – the book is out now from all the usual places, including… From the publisher https://tinyurl.com/best-pick-book-rowman UK Amazon https://amzn.to/3zFNATI US Amazon https://www.amzn.com/1538163101 UK bookstore https://www.waterstones.com/book/9781538163108 US bookstore https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/best-pick-john-dorney/1139956434 Audio book https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Best-Pick-Audiobook/B09SBMX1V4 To send in your questions, comments, thoughts and ideas, you can join our Facebook group, Tweet us on @bestpickpod or email us on email@example.com. You can also Tweet us individually, @MrJohnDorney, @ItsJessRegan or @TomSalinsky. You should also visit our website at https://bestpickpod.com and sign up to our mailing list to get notified as soon as a new episode is released. Just follow this link: http://eepurl.com/dbHO3n. If you enjoy this podcast and you'd like to help us to continue to make it, you can now support us on Patreon for as little as £2.50 per month. Thanks go to all of the following lovely people who have already done that. Alex Frith, Alex Wilson, Alison Sandy, Amanda Grey, Andrew Jex, Andrew Straw, Ann Blake, Anna Barker, Anna Coombs, Anna Elizabeth Rawles, Anna Joerschke, Annmarie Gray, Anthea Murray, Ben Squires, Carlos Cajilig, Caroline Moyes Matheou, Cathal McGuire, Catherine Jewkes, Charlotte, Charlotte M, Craig Boutlis, Daina Aspin, Dave Kloc, David Gillespie, Della, Drew Milloy, Drogo Danderfluff, Elis Bebb, Elizabeth McClees, Esther de Lange, Evelyne Oechslin, Fiona, Flora, frieMo, Gavin Brown, Helen Cousins, Helle Rasmussen, Henry Bushell, Jane Coulson, Joel Aarons, Jonquil Coy, Joy Wilkinson, Judi Cox, Julie Dirksen, Kate Butler, Kath, Katy Espie, Kurt Scillitoe, Lawson Howling, Lewis Owen, Linda Lengle, Lisa Gillespie, Lucinda Baron von Parker, Mary Traynor, Matheus Mocelin Carvalho, Matt Price, Michael Walker, Mike Evans, Pat O'Shea, Peter, Rebecca O'Dwyer, Richard Ewart, Robert Heath, Robert Orzalli, Sally Grant, Sam Elliott, Sharon Colley, Simon Ash, Sladjana Ivanis, Tim Gowen, Tom Stockton, Wayne Wilcox, Zarah Daniel.
Ben's stuck in Patagonia with Ryan Sinclair, so Mark's joined by Dylan Rees from Doctor Who: Too Hot For TV to discuss two stories that introduce Mary Shelley to the Cybermen - The Haunting of Villa Diodati and The Silver Turk. But instead, Dylan and Mark discuss Paul McGann's Big Finish output more generally.Under discussion: The relative merits of Marc Platt's Doctor Who oeuvre, ghost sandwiches, Lord Byron's sexual deviancy, wise words from Terrance Dicks, and sarky butlers. Also: What does the Doctor Who theme tune sound like when put in a blender and punted down the stairs? What connects Doctor Who to King Kong? What does a Cyberman smell like? And how close were Big Finish to the edge of destruction in 2011?Support the showFollow us on TwitterLike us on FacebookBuy us a pint
Welcome to another adventure of the Ninja Please podcast We open this pod with a brief talk about Crypto. -RIP Take off. The later rapper was laid to rest and we give our public condolences and respects to his family. (00:13:00) RIP Kevin Conroy aka Animated Batman We speak on the “Harry Potter Curse” via Reddit. Makyo touches on a Harry Potter Play that is coming to America . (00:24:00) After intros, we recap the Atlanta season finale (00:38:50) We give more details on Killer Sally and more (00:55:00) Ocean shares his thoughts on Ippo And we give love to the latest NAS album. Plus some random outbursts !!! (01:16:00) We close out the pod with announcements and news, break out the problem with expendables, and congratulate Ash on becoming a Pokemon champion after 25 years. We close out with Chainsawman and a review of Inside Man starring David Tennant. Original Music By Starman Ninja Please Theme - Starman . Ninjaplease OST Coming soon. Subscribe to Ninjapleasepod on Youtube 2022 Star Superior, LLC Follow us on social Media @Ninjapleasepod and like us on Facebook. Coming soon to Youtube. #Ninjapleasepodcast #covid19 #Anime #Hulu #Crunchyroll #Funimation #Nintendo #Sony #PS5 #Marvel #DC #DIsney #syfy #Cartoonnetwork #CN #Adultswim #usa #trending #memes #life #style #Netflix #Ninjapleasepodcast #Amazonprimevideo #Hulu #PS5 #Xbox #WB #HBOMAX #Disney+ #animereview #bestanimepocast #BLERD #Bestblerdpodintheunuverse #geekoftheyear #bestgeekpod #blackgeekculture #comedy #chainsawman #NAS #killersally #kevinconroy
After much speculation about how Marvel would handle the sequel to the 2018 blockbuster, we got our answer this month with the release of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. The idiots break down the flick, the debut of a new antagonist in the MCU, and how they said goodbye to Chadwick Boseman. Also, we get into an interesting shake up at Disney corporate, a sequel to a Disney+ show, and talk a little bit about some pro wrasslin' coming up this weekend in The Week In Geek! LINKS OF INTEREST: - Buh-bye Chappy... welcome back Bobby! Disney cans their current CEO for their previous CEO. - Vision Quest... but not that one - War Games invades WWE Survivor Series this Saturday ...AND ANOTHER THING: The Man They Call Tim recommends The Best Science Fiction Short Stories of 2021 as chosen by Veronica Roth and John Joseph Adams Uncle Todd thinks you should watch The Day of the Doctor - Doctor Who 50th anniversary special … featuring the return of the 10th Doctor (David Tennant) alongside then current doctor Matt Smith and the addition of John Hurt as The War Doctor FOLLOW US ON THE SOCIAL MEDIAS: Facebook - http://facebook.com/freerangeidiocy Instagram - http://instagram.com/freerangeidiocy YouTube - http://youtube.com/@freerangeidiocy
C.J. Navas comenta el estreno de 'Litvinenko' con David Tennant en Movistar+, los rumores crecientes de una posible huelga de guionistas en USA, lo que le ha parecido ‘La Sagrada Familia', la serie documental de David Trueba sobre la familia Pujol-Ferrusola y muchas noticias más en su repaso diario al mundo de las series de televisiónPATROCINADOR:Suscríbete a nuestra newsletter gratuita desde http://newsletter.fueradeseries.com
Synopsis On today's date in 1888, Russian composer Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky premiered his new Overture-Fantasy Hamlet. He had been asked to write an overture for a gala charity benefit staging of Act III of Shakespeare's famous play at the Mariinsky Theatre. Alas, the charity was, as Hamlet might say, “not to be.” But Tchaikovsky so liked the idea of a piece inspired by the mood and characters of Hamlet that wrote the overture anyway. As Hamlet said, “the time is out of joint,” and we fast forward our story almost 100 years to 1982 and another Tchaikovsky – André Tchaikovsky (no relation to Peter Ilyich). André Tchaikovsky was a Polish composer who was also a virtuoso pianist of some note and a wanna-be actor to boot. When André Tchaikovsky died in 1982, he'd asked that his skull be donated to the Royal Shakespeare Company, hoping it would be used for the skull of Yorick in their productions of Hamlet. André Tchaikovsky got his wish in 2008, when his skull was finally held aloft by David Tennant in a series of performances of Hamlet in Stratford-upon-Avon, a production that proved so famous that an image of Tennant as Hamlet holding Tchaikovsky's skull ended up on a British postage stamp. Music Played in Today's Program Peter Tchaikovsky (1840-1893): Hamlet-Fantasy Overture, Op. 67 –Israel Philharmonic Orchestra; Leonard Bernstein, cond. (DG 477670)
Jodie Whittaker's final episode tears the lid off the Doctor's companion's life after leaving the TARDIS. Ben and David discuss the former companions banding together to support one another and pitch ideas for an expanded Whoniverse series. We share our reactions to seeing former Doctors Who again and what we think of the return of David Tennant to the lead role. Opening music is the "The Thirteenth Doctor's Theme" composed by Segun Akinola. Closing music is "Rasputin" the 1978 Eurodisco hit by Boney M. We recorded this episode on 4 and 15 November 2022.
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David Tennant in ‘Good' at the Harold Pinter Theatre and why it's an important watch. Plus, does ‘Mary' at Hampstead Theatre need a trigger warning? This week the Evening Standard's chief theatre critic Nick Curtis is joined by Nancy Durrant, our culture editor, as they unpick two more interesting shows from London's stages.In this episode:Part 1: ‘Good' at the Harold Pinter TheatreThe very ‘good' German man who gradually changes to NazismDavid Tennant's "best friend" personality, his performance and career choicesElliot Levey and Sharon Small, plus the various roles they playWhy the play was revived and why it still feels current two years onWhy it's an important watch, rather than enjoyablePart 2: ‘Mary' at Hampstead TheatreDoes Mary need a trigger warning?What is Rona Munro's queen's tale about?The representation of Mary Stuart's terrible treatmentThe playwright Rona Munro and Mary as the sixth part of the trilogyGangs of London's Brian VernelWhy it "utterly failed to spark", and left Nick & Nancy feeling "flat"What shows are on in London in December? Well, this is your weekly Theatre Review from the Evening Standard.Visit standard.co.uk/culture or find us on Twitter #TheLeaderPodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In the second of a three-part episode, Matthew and Whitney explore seasons two through four of Doctor Who, focusing solely on David Tennant's iteration of the iconic character. Listen in on their analysis of his portrayal, their favorite storylines from his arc, and why the Tenth Doctor remains one of their favorite depictions of the alien with two hearts in new-Who history.
Hey, Who fans and welcome to Episode 365.No news so after we waffle about some David Tennant and Russell T Davies social media backlash, we're onto our review of Doctor Who and The Silurians. Oh, and please be nice to each other on Twitter (or Insta etc)... we're better than that.This is The Big Blue Box PodcastJoin us each week for a new episode every Friday from your hosts Garry and Adam. We talk news, reviews, commentaries and general chat on everything Doctor Who PLUS listen to our monthly Round Table episodes with the whole team. Check out our website where you can also listen to all of our episodes for free along with the amazing reviews and articles from our writing team.Follow us on the socialsCome and get involved and chat Who between episodes on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. We also have a free Discord server for you to hop in and chat with other like-minded Who fans.Thank you for listening to this episode and remember to follow the podcast on your fav podcast app so you don't miss an episode when they drop every Friday (or pop over here for links to all the popular podcast platforms). Have a fantastic week and until next time remember... Aaaaaaaaaaallons-y!This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
Comment le cinéaste de « Pretty in pink » et « The breakfast club » a-t-il eu un rôle majeur dans la production pop des années 80 ? Comment, dans « Inside man », le scénariste Steven Moffat réunit-il David Tennant et Stanley Tucci pour une histoire abracadabrante ? Comment Danny Elfman a composé un titre en 24 heures pour « Weird science » de John Hughes ? Pourquoi la série « The devil's house » donne-t-elle (un peu) la migraine ? Et comment OMD a aussi bossé pour John Hughes ? Quant à Guillermo Del Toro, son « cabinet de curiosités » vaut-il le détour ? Toutes les réponses à ces questions sont dans « La semaine des 5 heures » de ce jeudi 10 novembre.
Nick and Angela welcome good friend and chicest man alive, Stanley Tucci. Stanley is an award-winning actor and filmmaker. Nominated for an Oscar, Golden Globe, and BAFTA for The Lovely Bones (2009). The list of his outstanding performances is endless, The Hunger Games, Burlesque, The Devil Wears Prada and Julie & Julia, alongside the inimitable Meryl Streep. Stanley's success is not limited to the big screen either as he has won an Emmy for his TV show Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy and recently starred in Inside Man on the BBC with David Tennant. His next role is as Clive Davis in the up-coming Whitney Houston biopic, I Wanna Dance with Somebody which is out at Christmas. In this episode, Nick nervously serves Stanley a negroni and Angela prepares one of his favourite meals, spaghetti alle vongole, with clams, chilli, garlic, parsley and crispy pangritata (toasted breadcrumbs). Stanley is a man of taste, he talks Italian cooking with Angela, the importance of a leather shoe with Nick and casually drops names like Ryan Reynolds, Cher and Judi Dench into conversation. Stanley Tucci is the epitome of a dream dinner party guest. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can't all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your questions (and especially any Christmas dilemmas) to firstname.lastname@example.org and she'll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a Somethin:Else Creative Studio production for Waitrose & Partners.
Its a new day and a new episode! We are still here and thank you so much for joining us again Bill$! On this episode we cover the pilot of Netflix's new thriller Inside Man. Will this be the one to prove that while it seems David Tennant is enough to sell a show, can he also be one of the worst parts? (Don't think about Jessica Jones before answering) If you enjoyed this episode we would love if you left us a review. You can also check us out on: Instagram: @piloterrorpodcast Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCy4uiM4VAM0lTJW7WK0v4IQ TikTok: @PilotErrorpod Facebook: www.facebook.com/piloterrorpod/ Twitter: @PilotErrorPod or you can email us at email@example.com if you have any suggestions for shows or movies you would like us to watch, questions, or any topics you would like us to cover. We would love to hear from you.
Disney makes Star Wars for adults while the BBC brings back your childhood. Jon and Elliott discuss David Tennant's return to Doctor Who and whether Disney Plus picking up the series had an influence on the decision. Then, they delve into how Tony Gilroy's slow burn on “Andor” could bring in an audience looking for a realistic franchise or if it just pisses off fans who want laser swords. [EP304]
Welcome to THN Cover to Cover Recorded LIVE in front of a Discord audience on 11/5/22! In this brain-bashing episode! The nerds take calls from their trusty listenerds about all kinds of nerdy stuff like this! STAR WARS: ANDOR! Stargirl gets canceled and this may be the sunset of the CW DCU. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II […] The post Cover to Cover 11/5/22: Star Wars Andor, Wonder Man Casting, Clerks 3, David Tennant Returns to Doctor Who and the Question of the Week! appeared first on The Two-Headed Nerd Comic Book Podcast.
Welcome to The Here's Rodders Podcast. My name is Rodney Stewart. I am a huge movie and tv fan as well as an amateur filmmaker. I am also a 40+ year old man chasing a better life so i will be hoping to interview people that are living the good life. If you enjoy movies and tv as much as i do then this geek culture podcast maybe something you will enjoy. FOLLOW MY SOCIAL MEDIA Subscribe to YouTube www.youtube.com/channel/UCAmPV35TanagGTMKiyyl0lg TWITTER www.twitter.com/heresrodders INSTAGRAM www.instagram.com/heresrodders SNAPCHAT Add me on Snapchat! Username: Rodders@CoinsEdgeMedia www.snapchat.com/add/heresrodders Watch my short films at www.vimeo.com/coinsedgemedia PATREON www.patreon.com/coinsedgemedia
This week on Geek Force, the Squad discusses the epic finale of HBO's “Game of Thrones” hit, “House of the Dragon”. Cat is hurt by Henry Cavill's departure from Netflix's “The Witcher” series and the replacement Netflix has chosen. The Squad also looks into James Gunn becoming the director of DC studios; Marlin examines an extremely goofy but unforgettable episode of “Atlanta”; they also praise Guillermo del Toro's “Cabinet of Curiosities” on Netflix; and finally, how is it that David Tennant is the 14th Doctor?!
In this episode, Diane and Andy discuss the captivating Season 2 opener of THE WHITE LOTUS (HBO) and the fascinating Netflix drama THE INSIDE MAN. We also talk about the new Netflix comedy BLOCKBUSTER and if people will want to recall the days of Blockbuster rentals.
Disney+ will be distributing Doctor Who in territories beyond the UK and Ireland from 2023. Host Christian Cawley mulls over this news, along with speculating on just who is starring in the three specials in 2023 - surely they can't all feature David Tennant...? The main part of this week's podcast is the second half of Christian Cawley's chat with Gareth Kavanagh, covering everything from Vworp Vworp 5 (!) to Cutaway Comics and even Pat Mills' NFTs... Some links to help you better understand this week's podcast. Disney+ to Distribute Doctor Who Cutaway Comics Vworp Vworp Pat Mills NFT controversy Christian Cawley's cooked breakfast NFT Ladhood House of the Dragon Andor If you subscribe to our Doctor Who podcast, please head to Apple Podcasts to leave a rating and review. Any new reviews will be read out. Not on Apple Podcasts? Leave us a review somewhere else, send the link over on Twitter or Facebook or firstname.lastname@example.org, and you'll get a mention.
We return with a new episode of the Geektown Radio podcast, and this week we have a special show dedicated to MCM Comic-Con, which was held in London over the weekend.As I'm currently buried under a mountain of editing, the episode this week features a number of clips from panels and interviews at MCM Comic-Con. We have Michael Sheen dishing the dirt (sort of...) on David Tennant, as he chats about his 'Good Omens' co-star. We have Mason Alexander Park & Tom Sturridge, aka Desire and Dream from Netflix's 'The Sandman' talking about their characters. We also have a longer interview with the creators and star of 'We Are Not Alone', a brand new original film coming to UKTV's Dave channel later this month.'We Are Not Alone' stars Declan Baxter as hapless Clitheroe resident Stewart, selected by Gu'uns Trater (Vicki Pepperdine), Gordan (Mike Wozniak) and Greggs (Joe Thomas) as their official human liaison. Stewart must help the Gu'uns win favour with humankind, secretly aid Grieves (Amanda Abbington) and the human resistance, and somehow manage his enduring crush on Elodie (Georgia May Foote).The film comes from Laurence Rickard & Ben Willbond, two of the people behind hit comedy 'Ghosts', along with the wonderful 'Yonderland' and 'Horrible Histories'. In the interview, we chat with Laurence, Ben and Declan about their new project.In addition to all that, we also bring you the latest television renewals and cancellations, including the news about 'The Witcher' Season 4. We also have highlights from the next 7 days on UK TV.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/geektown. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to our new friend, Lorrie! This week we're talking all about fangirling in the pre-internet world, our unending love of David Tennant, and how we're feeling with his sudden, unexpected regeneration as the 14th Doctor. Links: Craft Box Girls Lorrie's Show, Creative Living with Lynn Lilly Fics: The care and feeding of tiny humans (and slightly larger time lords) by Netgirl_y2k i had all and the most of you (some and now none of you) by closingdoors Support the podcast: Make a monthly contribution via Anchor Support via PayPal, Ko-fi, or our Amazon affiliate link Sign up for email updates / new episode announcements Follow on social: Tumblr Instagram Facebook Twitter Credits: I Ship It by Not Literally Cover image by our silent, smart (and don't forget sexy) producer, Jeremy Jeziorski. Some of the links we use are affiliate links, and we may earn a commission if you use them. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ishipitpod/support
Happy almost November Talking Stories Crew! This week, we check in and chat about the imprtance of legacy and being present. In the headlines we talk about: Elon Musk's acquisition of Twitter Kanye West fallout continues Prince Harry's new book Spare In fandom news we catch up on: the House of the Dragon season finale Doctor Who and David Tennant shakeups in the DCEU and Henry Cavill departing Geralt In inspirational stories we start talking about: Jennifer Hudson's Aretha Franklin in Respect and new limited series on Netflix, From Scratch Join the conversation and send me your thoughts and suggestions to our Talking Stories channels on IG and Twitter or send them directly to my channels at @raqlionchaser. See you next week! Watch Talking Stories episodes on YouTube. SHOW NOTES Follow Raquel A. Russell on Twitter and Instagram: @raqlionchaser Follow Talking Stories with Raquel Russell on Twitter @TalkingStoriesR and Instagram at @talkingstorieswraq DISCLAIMERS: Music by Upbeat Hip Hop Music by Soul Prod. Non-personal photos and gifs are not the property of Talking Stories with Raquel Russell. Talking Stories with Raquel Russell is a show that highlights how stories impact lives and inspire change.
Charles Skaggs & Jesse Jackson discuss "The Power of the Doctor", the 2022 Doctor Who Centenary Special, featuring the final story of Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor, Mandip Gill as Yasmin "Yaz" Khan, John Bishop as Dan Lewis, and the return of Janet Fielding as Tegan Jovanka and Sophie Aldred as Ace! Find us here:Twitter: @NextStopWho, @CharlesSkaggs, @JesseJacksonDFW Instagram: @nextstopeverywherepodcast Facebook: Facebook.com/Nextstopeverywherepodcast Email: NextStopWho@gmail.com Listen and subscribe to us in Apple Podcasts and leave us a review!
With Halloween around the corner, B-sox and Mike Reyes from Cinemablend talked about Guillermo del Toro's Cabinet of Curiosities, James Gunn and The DC Universe, Doctor Who and so much more! https://www.kggo.com/ Mike Reyes: https://twitter.com/MrControversy83 https://www.instagram.com/mrcontroversy83/ https://www.facebook.com/MrControversy83 CinemaBlend:https://www.instagram.com/cinemablend/ https://twitter.com/cinemablend https://www.facebook.com/cinemablendcom/ Overdue Rentals Podcast: https://anchor.fm/overduerentals?fbclid=IwAR3Kal5iIvL1NeioldZtrzlGMY7Yzbr04KYEQ4U_uytLw5t2p_P0pIHHC0A https://twitter.com/RentalsOverdue https://www.facebook.com/OverdueRentals See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Witness a hella fly vision of 1999, as digital technology begins to rear its ugly head, all kids are CKY Jackass wannabes, and the Y2K scare fuses into a nightmare of auditory savagery. On Episode 535 of Trick or Treat Radio we discuss the latest entry into the V/H/S franchise, the Shudder Exclusive V/H/S/99! We also talk about what constitutes *actually* watching a movie, our favorite Doctors, and there is plenty of horror anthology love. So grab your handheld VHS camera, always be kind and rewind, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Fantasies or intros?, Michael Rosenbaum, Henry Cavill, James Gunn, Trick or Treat Radio University, the Billy Zane 8-Ball, Troma, having creative control, Blackout Tapes, vice of choice, chaps, garter belts for bikers, what's your kink?, Michael Winslow, Papa Johns, Fright Night Origins, Tom Holland, Colin Farrel, Fright Night, David Tennant, Top Movie Posters of All Time, Chris Sarandon, Fauci's Zombie, Favorite Doctor, Tom Baker, PBS, Doctor Who, Christopher Eccleston, $5 co-pay, BBC, Ted Levine, “Do the Tuck”, Kuso, V/H/S/99, The Black Phone, Flying Lotus, Maggie Levin, Tyler MacIntyre, Johannes Roberts, Hellbender, Joseph and Vanessa Winter, UNOs, horror anthology, Y2K, Bitch Cat, VHS home recordings, the nexus point of VHS and DVD, Great White and The Station nightclub fire, CKY, Jackass, Veggie Masher, Connor Sweeney, joining a sorority, urban legends, Double Dare, Finders Keepers, Steven Ogg, Mark Sommers, Joe Theisman, Marc Mero, Rick Rude in a suit, Rear Window, Drowning Pool, 90s music, Legend, Tom Cruise, podtease, Cabinet of Curiosities, Panos Cosmatos, Jennifer Kent, David Prior, EC Comics, Creepshow, and How Many Dalek's Do You Know?Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:email@example.comVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show
We have Hollywood superstars and British pop royalty on this week's Backstage, the TV and film podcast from Sky News.This week Katie Spencer is joined by Sky News arts and entertainment reporter Chris Lockyer, and pop culture pundit Ronse Esangbedo, as they take you through the biggest interviews and latest releases.The team chat about the surprise re-introduction of David Tennant to Doctor Who after Jodie Whittaker's dramatic final episode, paving the way for Ncuti Gatwa later next year (called of course by Backstage last week...).There's chat about The Crown, which has come under scrutiny in recent weeks by Royal commentators ahead of its release in November.Chris speaks to Daniel Radcliffe and Evan Rachel Wood about the hotly-anticipated Weird Al Yankovic parody biopic - listen in to find out who they would cast in a film about their own lives.There are of course the usual reviews, with new Netflix fantasy The B****** Son and The Devil Himself, Prime Video's The Devil's Hour and HBO's second season of The White Lotus all featuring.Claire Gregory also speaks to Paloma Faith about her role in the latest adaptation of Dangerous Liaisons, and the importance of women behind and in-front of the camera.
In this episode of the Who's He? Podcast.... The Power of The Doctor - Review Yes, the time is here to say goodbye to the 13th Doctor and Jodie Whittaker in The Power of The Doctor. With Scott filling in for Paul who has got the lurgi, he joins Phil in chatting about the 13th Doctors final story. A story that was full to the brim of nostalgia that warmed the cockles of Phil's heart but was it any good as a fitting send off for Jodie Whittaker? The News Russell T. Davies lets us know just where David Tennant and Ncuti Gatwa fit in to the numbering of Doctors and Doctor Who will be streaming on Disney Plus! Omega's Stats Corner Yes, they've got the stats very badly as Phil trots out the overnight viewing figures and AI scores for The Power of The Doctor which no-one really cares about!
In this episode: Henry Cavill is officially back as Superman, Walter Hamada has officially left Warner Bros, Ant-Man 3 trailer reactions, and David Tennant is back in Doctor Who. In the spoilery second half of the episode, we are reviewing: Black Adam, Season 1 of She-Hulk, Season 1 of The Rings of Power, and Season 1 of House of the Dragon
It's the end of an era, but the moment has been prepared for! But have the Three Who Rule prepared for the cavalcade of companions, story threads (tied up) and FEELS of “The Power of the Doctor”? What do they think of our new 14th Doctor, who is also our old 10th and possibly 10.5 and definitely Handy Doctor? Or in the words of the man himself, “What? What? WHAT??” Links: Support Radio Free Skaro on Patreon The Timelash The Power of the Doctor Farewell, Jodie and Mandip! David Tennant is the Fourteenth Doctor, Ncuti Gatwa the Fifteenth Three 2023 specials confirmed, will air for the 60th anniversary in November Ncuti Gatwa's first episode will be in the 2023 “festive period” 2023 teaser video David Tennant discusses returning to the role of The Doctor Regeneration trailer Liz Truss almost broke the trend of a UK PM having a Who episode go out during their tenure, sort of Gallifrey One mid-October update LI Who Meglos guest list Big Finish Doctor Who – The Eighth Doctor Adventures: Connections due Dec 2022 Big Finish Doctor Who – The War Doctor Begins: He Who Fights With Monsters due Dec 2022 Big Finish Class: Secret Diary of a Rhodian Prince due Jan 2023 Big Finish Torchwood: SUV available Big Finish Torchwood Soho: The Unbegotten available Temporal Logbook III: Changed Lives from Pencil Tip Publishing released, supporting SETTLED Chris on the Pull to Open podcast
Charles Skaggs & Jesse Jackson discuss "Utopia", the eleventh serial from Doctor Who Series 3 in 2007, featuring David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor, Freema Agyeman as Martha Jones, John Barrowman as Captain Jack Harkness, and introducing Sir Derek Jacobi as the Fifth Master! Find us here:Twitter: @NextStopWho, @CharlesSkaggs, @JesseJacksonDFW Instagram: @nextstopeverywherepodcast Facebook: Facebook.com/Nextstopeverywherepodcast Email: NextStopWho@gmail.com Listen and subscribe to us in Apple Podcasts and leave us a review!
On this month's podcast, the Wanderers cover Doctor Who – The Eighth Doctor Adventures episodes 1.4: Immortal Beloved, 1.5: Phobos, 1.6: No More Lies, and 1.7-1.8: Human Resources, all by @BigFinish! QotM: In the UNIT audio adventure The Wasting from Big Finish, (spoilers!) David Tennant plays a villain. What other Doctor Who protagonist actor would you like to see make the switch to playing an antagonist and what would be the nature of their role? So Here are the Things.../Listener Mailbag/Who News Big Finish: Doctor Who – The Eighth Doctor Adventures 1.4. Doctor Who: Immortal Beloved by Jonathan Clements (David 7.75, Trevor 8, Charlie 7.75) 1.5. Doctor Who: Phobos by Eddie Robson (David 8, Trevor 6.75, Charlie 7.75) 1.6. Doctor Who: No More Lies by Paul Sutton (David 8, Trevor 7.25, Charlie 8) 1.7-1.8. Doctor Who: Human Resources (parts 1 and 2) by Eddie Robson (David 9, Trevor 8.75, Charlie 9, Connor 9.5) Hosts: Trevor Trevsplace Charlie @insanityinchaos The Comic Conspiracy David http://www.davidsafar.com/ @gwythinn MaroonedWhovian Twitch DraconianProgeny Connor YouTube: The Deadly Emerald Next month we expect to be covering the Doctor Who centenary special and Jodie Whittaker's swan song, Power of the Doctor. However, as of recording, an air date has not been officially set for it. In the unlikely event that it doesn't air before our next recording, we'll be discussing Big Finish's THE WORLDS OF DOCTOR WHO - Lady Christina Series 01 boxed set instead.
C.J. Navas comenta la nueva serie sobre el Doctor Watson que prepara CBS, Netflix se queda con los derechos de ‘Desde Dentro' con David Tennant y Stanley Tucci, ‘La que se avecina' estrena temporada en Prime Video el 18 de noviembre y muchas noticias más en su repaso diario al mundo de las series de televisión.
Tom Baker, Jon Pertwee, David Tennant, Matt Smith... hell, any of them could be considered the definitive Doctor Who. In a world where particular actors are inextricably linked to characters by audiences - Sean Connery as Bond, Christopher Lee as Dracula, Christopher Reeve as Superman - we explore why this happens, and how it affects Doctor Who. Inspired by the return of Hugh Jackman to the role of Wolverine in 2024's Deadpool 3, we also consider how he may cast a shadow over whoever is cast as his eventual replacement. Is something similar happening with David Tennant's return to Doctor Who? Will the short-term revival of his memorable (definitive?) 2005-2010 run cast a shadow over incoming successor Nchuti Gatwa? We finish by establishing some rules on what makes a particular performance of such characters definitive, and how this might be applied to Doctor Who. But do we name the definitive Doctor Who? Well, click play to find out... Shownotes These links should help you get up to speed. Hugh Jackman returns as Wolverine in Deadpool 3 Samuel West as Siegfried Farnon in All Creatures Great & Small Pierce Brosnan's 10 Essential Fashion Items Goldeneye 007 video game re-released on Nintendo Switch and Xbox Get in touch If you've enjoyed the show, please head to Apple Podcasts to leave a rating and review. Any new reviews will be read out. Not on Apple Podcasts? Leave us a review somewhere else, send the link over on Twitter or Facebook or firstname.lastname@example.org, and you'll get a mention.
Two Dudes mind-share with everyone's favorite pirate from The Circle, Eversen Bevelle, to talk about Adult Swim's Gen:Lock season one. This dystopian mecha series follows a group of young pilots fighting in giant robots as Earth's last defense. With shades of Independence Day, RoboCop, and Top Gun, Gen:Lock manages to offer a modern twist on a familiar genre. Starring (and produced by) Michael B. Jordan, Dakota Fanning, Maisie Williams, David Tennant, and more. Stream it now on HBO Max. Follow and Subscribe so you don't miss an episode! Apple Podcasts Spotify Youtube Instagram TikTok Twitter --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/2dudeswatchcartoons/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2dudeswatchcartoons/support
Writer Steven Moffat and actress Dolly Wells dissect their devilish new drama starring David Tennant, Stanley Tucci and Lydia West. The series follows the mysterious lives of a prisoner on death row, a vicar and a maths teacher who happens to be trapped in a cellar. Most detective shows are 'whodunits' but this one is more like a ‘who will do it', or possibly a ‘you've done it'. The details of this thriller have been kept closely under wraps until now so join Steven and Dolly as they go into all the twist and turns of the series while also delving into key moments as the story unravels.
Crispy and (a very ill) Troy spend this week's episode discussing one of Doctor Who's greatest series, 2008's Series 4! From favourite episodes to best monsters and the impact of Donna Noble, it's time to discuss everything that made David Tennant's final series an absolute BANGER!
Radio Times critic David Butcher runs through the TV highlights of the week ahead – plus one show to miss. With several big series postponed from last week's schedules, there's plenty to talk about, including a high-class thriller starring David Tennant and Stanley Tucci; ITV's latest (brilliant) female detective; a new comedy from Daisy May Cooper; and Kenneth Branagh's take on Boris Johnson. Not forgetting – Strictly is back! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week's Backstage podcast from Sky News is chock-full of interviews and reviews.Host Claire Gregory is joined once more by regular Hollywood insider Stevie Wong, alongside Sky News' arts and entertainment reporter Bethany Minelle.The team discuss one of the buzziest stories of the week - the now-famous queue that stretched through London to see the Queen lying-in-state last week - which came with some daytime-TV-related controversy, as well as looking at the power of podcasts, after the news that true crime show Serial was credited with getting Adnan Syed released from prison this week.This week's big interview comes from the cast of new Star Wars show Andor, with producer Chris Robertson chatting to its star Diego Luna, and new (very well-dressed!) baddies Kyle Soller and Denise Gough.The team get stuck into Netflix thriller Athena - a French-language film which starts with a literal riot. Stevie chats to director Romain Gavras about his new project and gets the bottom of how many takes it took to shoot a one-shot, 15-minute-long fight sequence.Steven Moffat's new show Inside Man with David Tennant and Stanley Tucci also gets the Backstage treatment - a story that features a quaint English parish, and a murderer on death row.Claire also chats with Lena Dunham and Andrew Scott about new starry comedy Catherine Called Birdy - listen to see what advice Scott had for her when it comes to pursuing her high school crush, Keanu Reeves.
Critics Boyd Hilton and Sarah Crompton review Blonde, Andrew Dominik's film adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates' novel about Marilyn Monroe. They also discuss Inside Man, a new drama from Sherlock creator Steven Moffat, starring David Tennant and Stanley Tucci. Anna Bailey is the last of the authors shortlisted for the BBC National Short Story Award. They'll be talking about their story Long Way to Come for a Sip of Water, about a man's road journey across the vast expanses of Texas, which will be broadcast on Radio 4 tomorrow at 1530. Presenter: Tom Sutcliffe Producer: Ellie Bury
On this week's episode, Marissa's special guest is David Wolstencroft, writer and showrunner for TV shows such as MI-5, The Escape Artist (with David Tennant) and the bodice-ripping, blockbuster historical drama, Versailles, which makes David an expert on the making of kings. They discuss how the passing of Queen Elizabeth has rendered the unemotional British emotional, and how HRH Charles III, King of England could be the perfect foil to Britain's newest prime minister. Plus: Whiskey-Marmalade cake like your gran used to make. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
House of the Dragon is the new Game of Thrones prequel that has just hit HBO and Sky Atlantic and among the cast is former Doctor Who star Matt Smith. In this podcast, we look at how Matt has faired since leaving Doctor Who in 2013, and his career ups and downs. Interestingly, the ups appear to be largely on TV while the downs invariably occur on the big screen. Also, as we move closer to the BBC's centenary and the regeneration of Jodie Whittaker's Doctor, we once again examing just how David Tennant fits back into the show. Your hosts are Christian Cawley (who has watched House of the Dragon) and James McLean (who has not, which is why this podcast is Dragon-spoilers free).
What mysteries are in store for us with David Tennant's already intriguing return in the year of 2023? A recent appearance by Ol' Ten himself at a Boston convention hints at a lot while saying nothing, and a new trailer for the Doctor Who Season 2 – The Collection highlights the return of Vicki (aka Maureen O'Brien!) Plus there's the usual tat and Big Finish missives and the start of our two-part Classic Series Commentary for “The Trial of a Time Lord”, Part the Thirteenth! Masters and Valeyards and the Matrix, oh my! Links: Support Radio Free Skaro on Patreon Tennant said many more people are involved in his filming Season 2 announced for next Blu-Ray collection Season 2 Blu-Ray trailer Season 2 Blu-Ray Amazon Canada preorder Season 2 Blu-Ray Amazon US preorder Doctor Who 10th most-watched Box Set on iPlayer, Apr-Jun 2022 Doctor Who Magazine 581 released Andrew Skilleter 2023 Doctor Who art calendar available for preorder Doctor Who coming to Magic: The Gathering The Celestial Toymaker coming to vinyl BBC Radio 4 Extra broadcasting some Tennant Big Finish audios Big Finish Eleventh Doctor Chronicles: Geronimo! due October 2022 Big Finish Doctor Who — The Ninth Doctor Adventures: Into the Stars released Doctor Who nominated for 2022 Saturn Award Commentary: The Trial of a Time Lord (The Ultimate Foe) episode 13
Time to revisit a 4th Doctor story with several elements that modern Who has called back to! Join Deb, Liz, and Tansy as they discuss the Master, the history of Gallifrey, and the everything-of-Rassilon. How do you feel about this story? Drop us a tweet or let us know in the comments! ^E Happy Things: Tansy - Ncuti Gatwa receives honorary doctorate from the Royal Conservatoire Scotland -- yes, he's the Doctor Doctor! Liz wrote more Big Finish! The War Master: Self-Defence The Fourth Doctor Adventures Series 11: The Nine Master!: Nemesis Express The Ninth Doctor Adventures: Hidden Depths Deb - funny tweet about David Tennant! Extra-special thanks to this week's editor, Steven Schapansky of Castria! Support Verity! on Patreon
This episode is part of Pledge Week 2022. Every day this week, I'll be posting old Patreon bonus episodes of the podcast which will have this short intro. These are short, ten- to twenty-minute bonus podcasts which get posted to Patreon for my paying backers every time I post a new main episode -- there are well over a hundred of these in the archive now. If you like the sound of these episodes, then go to patreon.com/andrewhickey and subscribe for as little as a dollar a month or ten dollars a year to get access to all those bonus episodes, plus new ones as they appear. Click below for the transcript Transcript Today's backer-only episode is an extra-long one -- it runs about as long as some of the shorter main episodes -- but it also might end up containing material that gets repeated in the main podcast at some point, because a lot of British rock and pop music gets called, often very incorrectly, music-hall, and so the subject of the music halls is one that may well have to be explained in a future episode. But today we're going to look at one of the very few pop hits of the sixties that is incontrovertibly based in the music-hall tradition -- Herman's Hermits singing "I'm Henry the Eighth, I Am": [Excerpt: Herman's Hermits, "I'm Henry the Eighth, I Am"] The term "music hall" is one that has been widely misused over the years. People talk about it as being a genre of music, when it's anything but. Rather, the music hall -- which is the British equivalent of the American vaudeville -- was the most popular form of entertainment, first under that name and then under the name "variety", for more than a century, only losing its popularity when TV and rock-and-roll between them destroyed the market for it. Even then, TV variety shows rooted in the music hall continued, explicitly until the 1980s, with The Good Old Days, and implicitly until the mid-1990s. As you might imagine, for a form of entertainment that lasted over a hundred years, there's no such thing as "music-hall music" as a singular thing, any more than there exists a "radio music" or a "television music". Many music-hall acts were non-musical performers -- comedians, magicians, acrobats, and so forth -- but among those who did perform music, there were all sorts of different styles included, from folk song to light opera, to ragtime, and especially minstrel songs -- the songs of Stephen Foster were among the very first transatlantic hits. We obviously don't have any records from the first few decades of the music hall, but we do have sheet music, and we know that the first big British hit song was "Champagne Charlie", originally performed by George Leybourne, and here performed by Derek B Scott, a professor of critical musicology at the university of Leeds: [Excerpt: Derek B. Scott, "Champagne Charlie"] If you've ever heard the phrase "the Devil has all the best tunes", that song is why. William Booth, the founder of the Salvation Army, set new lyrics to it and made it into a hymn, and when asked why, he replied "Why should the Devil have all the good tunes?" The phrase had been used earlier, but it was Booth who popularised it. "Champagne Charlie" also has rather morbid associations, because it was sung by the crowd at the last public execution in Britain, so it often gets used in horror and mystery films set in Victorian London, so chances are if you recognised the song it's because you've heard it in a film about Jack the Ripper or Jekyll and Hyde. But the music hall, like all popular entertainment, demanded a whole stream of new material. The British Tin Pan Alley publishers and songwriters who wrote much of the early British rock and roll we've looked at started out in music hall, and almost every British popular song up until the rise of jazz, and most after that until the fifties, was performed in the music halls. We do have recordings from the later part of the music-hall era, of course, and they show what a wide variety of music was performed there, from pitch-black comedy songs like "Murders", by George Grossmith, the son of the co-writer of Diary of a Nobody: [Excerpt: George Grossmith, "Murders"] To sing-along numbers like "Waiting at the Church" by Vesta Victoria: [Excerpt: Vesta Victoria, "Waiting at the Church"] And one of the most-recorded music-hall performers, Harry Champion, a London performer who sang very wordy songs, at a fast tempo, usually with a hornpipe rhythm and often about food, like "A Little Bit of Cucumber" or his most famous song "Boiled Beef and Carrots": [Excerpt: Harry Champion, "Boiled Beef and Carrots"] But one that wasn't about food, and was taken a bit slower than his normal patter style, was "I'm Henry the VIII I Am": [Excerpt: Harry Champion, "I'm Henry VIII, I Am"] (Incidentally, the song as written on the sheet music has "Henery" rather than "Henry", and most people sing it "Enery", but the actual record by Champion uses "Henry" on the label, as does the Hermits' version, so that's what I'm going with). Fifty years after Champion, the song was recorded by Joe Brown. We've talked about Brown before in the main podcast, but for those of you who don't remember, he's one of the best British rock and roll musicians of the fifties, and still performing today, and he has a real love of pre-war pop songs, and he would perform them regularly with his band, the Bruvvers. Those of you who've heard the Beatles performing "Sheikh of Araby" on their Decca audition, they're copying Brown's version of that song -- George Harrison was a big fan of Brown. Brown's version of "I'm Henry the Eighth I Am" gave it a rock and roll beat, and dropped the verse, leaving only the refrain: [Excerpt: Joe Brown and the Bruvvers, "I'm Henry the Eighth I Am"] Enter Herman's Hermits, four years later. In 1964, Herman's Hermits, a beat group from Manchester led by singer Peter Noone, had signed with Mickie Most and had a UK number one with "I'm Into Something Good", a Goffin and King song originally written for Earl-Jean of the Cookies: [Excerpt: Herman's Hermits, "I'm Into Something Good"] That would be their only UK number one, though they'd have several more top ten hits over here. It only made number thirteen in the US, but their second US single (not released as a single over here), "Can't You Hear My Heartbeat", went to number two in the States. From that point on, the group's career would diverge enormously between the US and the UK -- half their US hits were never released as singles in the UK, and vice versa. Several records, like their cover version of Sam Cooke's "Wonderful World", were released in both countries, but in general they went in two very different directions. In the UK they tended to release fairly normal beat-group records like "No Milk Today", written by Graham Gouldman, who was also writing hits for the Yardbirds and the Hollies: [Excerpt: Herman's Hermits, "No Milk Today"] That only charted in the US when it was later released as a B-side. Meanwhile, in the US, they pursued a very different strategy. Since the "British Invasion" was a thing, and so many British bands were doing well in the States partly because of the sheer novelty of them being British, Herman's Hermits based their career on appealing to American Anglophiles. This next statement might be a little controversial, even offensive to some listeners, so I apologise, but it's the truth. There is a large contingent of people in America who genuinely believe that they love Britain and British things, but who have no actual idea what British culture is actually like. They like a version of Britain that has been constructed entirely from pop-culture aimed at an American market, and have a staggeringly skewed vision of what Britain is actually like, one that is at best misguided and at worst made up of extremely offensive stereotypes. People who think they know all about the UK because they've spent a week going round a handful of tourist traps in central London and they've watched every David Tennant episode of Doctor Who. (Please note that I am not, here, engaging in reflex anti-Americanism, as so many British people do on this topic, because I know very well that there is an equally wrong kind of British person who worships a fictional America which has nothing to do with the real country -- as any American who has come over to the UK and seen cans of hot dog sausages in brine with "American style" and an American flag on the label will shudderingly attest. Fetishising of a country not one's own exists in every culture, and about every culture, whether it's American weebs who think they know about Japan or British Communists who were insistent that the Soviet Union under Stalin was a utopia). For their US-only singles, most of which were massive hits, Herman's Hermits played directly to that audience. The group's first single in this style was "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter", written by the actor Trevor Peacock, now best known for playing Jim in The Vicar of Dibley, but at the time best known as a songwriter for groups like the Vernons Girls and for writing linking material for Six-Five Special and Oh Boy! That song was written for a TV play and originally performed by the actor Tom Courtenay: [Excerpt: Tom Courtenay, "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter"] The Hermits copied Courtenay's record closely, down to Noone imitating Courtenay's vocals: [Excerpt: Herman's Hermits, "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter"] That became their first US number one, and the group went all-in on appealing to that particular market. Noone started singing, not in the pseudo-American style that, say, Mick Jagger sings in (and early-sixties Jagger is a perfect example of the British equivalent of those American Anglophiles, loving but not understanding Black America), and not in his own Manchester accent, but in a faked Cockney accent, doing what is essentially a bad impersonation of Anthony Newley. (Davy Jones, who like Noone was a Mancunian who had started his career in the Manchester-set soap opera Coronation Street, was also doing the same thing at the time, in his performances as the Artful Dodger in the Broadway version of Oliver! -- we'll talk more about Jones in future episodes of the main podcast, but he, like Noone, was someone who was taking aim at this market.) Noone's faked accent varied a lot, sometimes from syllable to syllable, and on records like "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter" and the Hermits' version of the old George Formby song "Leaning on a Lamp Post" he sounds far more Northern than on other songs -- fitting into a continuum of Lancashire novelty performers that stretched at least from Formby's father, George Formby senior, all the way to Frank Sidebottom. But on the Hermits' version of "I'm Henry the Eighth, I Am", Noone is definitely trying to sound as London as he can, and he and the group copy Joe Brown's arrangement: [Excerpt: Herman's Hermits, "I'm Henry the Eighth I Am"] That also became an American number one, and Herman's Hermits had truly found their niche. They spent the next three years making an odd mixture of catchy pop songs by writers like Graham Gouldman or PF Sloan, which became UK hits, and the very different type of music typified by "I'm Henry the Eighth I Am". Eventually, though, musical styles changed, and the group stopped having hits in either country. Peter Noone left the group in 1971, and they made some unsuccessful records without him before going on to the nostalgia circuit. Noone's solo career started relatively successfully, with a version of David Bowie's "Oh! You Pretty Things", backed by Bowie and the Spiders From Mars: [Excerpt: Peter Noone, "Oh! You Pretty Things"] That made the top twenty in the UK, but Noone had no further solo success. These days, there are two touring versions of Herman's Hermits -- in the US, Noone has toured as "Herman's Hermits featuring Peter Noone", with no other original members, since the 1980s. Drummer Barry Whitwham and lead guitarist Derek Leckenby kept the group going in the rest of the world until Leckenby's death in 1994 -- since then Whitwham has toured as Herman's Hermits without any other original members. Herman's Hermits may not have the respect that some of their peers had, but they had incredible commercial success at their height, made some catchy pop records, and became the first English group to realise there was a specific audience of Anglophiles in the US that they could market to. Without that, much of the subsequent history of music might have been very different.