Mon, 27 December 2010
It's the Pharos Project Christmas booze up!
We prove once and for all that some dogs are indeed only for Christmas as we look at 1st episode of the new K-9 series.
There are present givings, part poppers and cracker pullings and Barry Manilow delivers some fun Pharos Project facts.
Congratulations to Chris from Radio Free Skaro and "friend of the show", David Perry for being the only people to get last time's secret word correct. This time, please include the word "dangleberry" in any feedback.
P.S. A dog is not really just for Christmas and anyone found to be abandoning animals will have us to answer to.
Fri, 17 December 2010
Once more the Projecteers have gathered to get drunk, take the piss out of each other and sometimes talk about Doctor Who.
This week we get stuck into "The Monster of Peladon", draw another DVD from Manilow's bag, have a load of feedback to read and, in a curious move, discuss this week's Who related episode of Corrie.
We're using a new mike for this show and the audio is a little hissy. This is because we're idiots and had the gain up too high, so apologies for that. Why am i telling you this anyway? Nobody actually reads this guff. Prove me wrong, if you send some feedback (firstname.lastname@example.org) include the word "clinker" somewhere in the email.
Direct download: Pharos_Project_31__Badgers__We_Dont_Need_No_Stinking_Badgers.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:46am EDT
Wed, 24 November 2010
It's time for some good nu Who as we tackle "The Unquiet Dead".
We would love to have some more feedback at email@example.com
Includes a promo for the Tin Dog podcast, listen to it, its un-poo.
Direct download: Pharos_Project_30__When_Theres_no_More_Room_in_Hull....mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:18pm EDT
Wed, 17 November 2010
The Projecteers tackle the almost universally hated "Timelash".
A new feature in created in "Our Balls".
News is presented for the first time with a correctly played kazoo.
It's just a big argument disguised as a podcast.
Send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
Especially Mp3 as it means less work for us.
Direct download: Pharos_Project_29__In_the_Boudoir_of_Miss_Timelash.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:23pm EDT
Wed, 3 November 2010
We done watching and talking!
The Three Projecteers present a commentary on the 1st season Torchwood episode "Cyberwoman". An episode specifically designed to excite the hidden pervert in us all.
Warning: This podcast contains the phrase "robotic humper".
Thu, 28 October 2010
It's the Halloween Special.
The team take a look at the wonderful "Brain of Morbius", the Frankenstein story as viewed through the filter of Doctor Who.
Paul gets a new nickname (which has a completely innocent origin despite what it sounds like you dirty sod).
Barry Manilow delivers the contents of his evil sack.
All in all, the usual mix of banter, name calling and off topic discussions.
Happy Halloween everybody and remember, please don't have nightmares.
Tue, 26 October 2010
The projecteers investigate what happens at "The End of the World", only to find the ninth Doctor trying to impress a young girl.
Sat, 16 October 2010
This week, the intrepid Projecteers tackle the William Hartnell story "The Web Planet", (production code N).
We get caught up in the whole Regenergate (props to Doctor Who MHC) explosion.
We actually have emails from supposed listeners to read out.
And Barry Manilow fills his bag with Universal horror themed treats, in time for Halloween.
With all the highly offensive bits sloppily edited out, we present Episode 25.
Wed, 29 September 2010
As a bonus episode, we present our first stab at a commentary.
Paul and the Beastmaster attempt to talk all the way through the infamous series 2 episode "Love and Monsters".
Let us know if its any good, we have no idea.
Direct download: Pharos_Project_24__Love_and_Monsters_Commentary.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:40am EDT
Tue, 28 September 2010
Ah Rose, the episode that signalled the birth of nu Who.
It lit the eternal fire that is Who fandom under many a child's bum, re-lit that same fire in lapsed fans the world over and inspired geeks to embrace the podcast.
Now listen to us rip the shit out of it.