The PodKast Discusses The Magician’s Apprentice
So, a funny thing happened on Sunday. All geared up to discuss The Magician’s Apprentice in our podKast Live on Google Hangouts, we encountered a technical issue that disrupted Christian Cawley’s audio and, basically, turned him into a Dalek. (You can experience this on YouTube, should you so desire.)
The end result was a podKast that sadly didn’t quite get off the ground as James and Brian struggled to understand their co-host, who meanwhile stayed very quiet throughout. At times when Christian was vocal, the results were ery difficult to hear, so much so that he has taken the unusual step of “re-recording all of his lines”, as it were, in order to make the audio version of the podKast in some way enjoyable (well, as much as these things we do ever are…)
Click play below to hear just what the podKast team thought of the Doctor Who Series 9 opener, The Magician’s Apprentice…
The podKast theme tune is by Russell Hugo. He’s excelled himself this time, hasn’t he?
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