Fri, 30 December 2011
It's time for the annual Christmas party at Pharos Towers, so we thought we might as well review this year's festive episode of Doctor Who while we're at it. A slightly more alcohol fuelled show than usual, including cracker pulling, present giving, podcast charades and firing party poppers at a ukulele.
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Direct download: Pharos_Project_81__Naturally_Occurring_Baubles.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:58am EST
Tue, 20 December 2011
This week, the Projecteers cast a critical eye on "The Keeper of Traken", as selected from Manilow's bag by Mr Steven Schapansky (www.radiofreeskaro.com, listen and buy stuff from the store because we're hoping to be put on commission). Also, Invisible Pete makes a welcome return, with a special Christmas message.
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Direct download: Pharos_Project_80__Keeping_up_with_the_Prydonians.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:22am EST
Tue, 13 December 2011
It's the final part of our Star Wars trilogy. In this episode, we focus on possibly the best thing to ever come from the Star Wars films. The toys. Featuring contributions from Nancy from The Happiness Patrol, Phill from Who's He Podcast and an interview with Shane Turgeon by Radio Free Skaro's own Steven Schapansky.
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Mon, 5 December 2011
In part two of our very own Star Wars Trilogy, the Projecteers brave the Great Pit of Carkoon. Well, watching the prequels again does at points resemble being slowly digested over a 1000 years. No Star Wars music this week, instead the tracks featured combine to form a coded message to George Lucas. See if you can decipher it's complex meaning!
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