June 5, 2014 at 8:57 pm #186873
Hi All. As the new season approaches I thought I would make a return and see what’s been happening on the forum. Not a lot would appear to be the answer but perhaps someone can enlighten me. Any of the old guard around? Christian? Al(Spandex)?
I’ve been enjoying watching the reruns on the ‘Horror’ channel here in the UK on Sky channel 319, the latest one tonight being the Android Invasion. Sarah looking lovely and Tom in fine form.
Anyway maybe hear from someone soon…..
*tumbleweed blows through the forum*June 8, 2014 at 12:47 am #186919
Not a lot would appear to be the answer
*tumbleweed blows through the forum*June 8, 2014 at 8:11 pm #186938
Lord Darth TyelerParticipant
I’ve been busy with uni work but am now looking forward to the World Cup and, of course, the next season of Dr Who. I’ve also been enjoying the Dr Who on the Horror Channel, and have mainly been watching classic stuff while having a little break from NuWho.June 8, 2014 at 8:24 pm #186939
Hey LDT there is still life
Unfortunately I think the forum died a death when we changed to the new hosts and stuff like artron and people’s post counts were lost. I’m not sure if the K will ever recover the forum side but will probably do fine in it’s new format working mainly from comments on the main page.
I’m really hoping the new series takes off: It seems like there’s been very little Who over the past couple of years. I’ve got a funny feeling the next one will be a brilliant series that no-one watches… We’ll see.June 8, 2014 at 8:32 pm #186941
Lord Darth TyelerParticipant
Yes, it is a lot quieter these days in the forum, but the ‘close season’, as it were, is often pretty dead. I agree about the new series, I reckon it will be a good one, and I’m looking forward to seeing Capaldi in his new role.
It does seem to feel like we’re getting a lot less Who nowadays, being down to half a season a year and all. Will be interesting to see what the Moff gives us with his ‘new direction’.June 8, 2014 at 9:01 pm #186949
Make it dark, intelligent, scary, thought provoking, inspiring, with cutting edge science, wonderfully acted, directed and funded for effects and I’ll be happyJune 13, 2014 at 5:00 pm #187124
Still here, a die-hard follower of this site, forum and podKast.
I’ve been busy, giving myself too much to do. I volunteered to run the sound board at two local theaters, about a month between each. The first time was for a production of Radium Girls, the story, based on true events, of the women who hand-painted the luminous watch faces for soldiers in WWI and got mouth cancer from pointing the brushes on their lips. The second time was a production of Almost, Maine, a series of vignettes that all take place at the same time of night under the Aurora Borealis; a story of hope and love, each both lost and found.
I’m still working on my short story, though it’s almost finished.
If all goes well, I’ll be in the cast of the Louisiana Renaissance Festival this fall and have been going to their classes to learn what it means to be in the cast. It’s truly more complicated than just showing up in costume and trying to speak Tudor English with something approaching a “British” accent.
Read this month’s book (Corpse Marker, by Chris Boucher) for the Arm-Chair Time Lords Doctor Who book reading group for our monthly meeting at the English Tea Room in Covington, Louisiana. And I’ve begun reading this month’s book (The Greatest Show in the Galaxy, by Stephen Wyatt) for the Doctor Who Media Review Yahoo group. At some point, I’ll watch Black Orchid and The Monster of Peladon, which I got from Netflix.
And I attended NOLA TimeFest II, at which a co-hosted a panel on Doctor Who in print.
And the summer’s just started.
For some people, small, beautiful events are what life is all about!June 13, 2014 at 6:46 pm #187128
Good work EC. Don’t go too ‘Gor blimey’ on the English Accent and you’ll be fine
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