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Pex Lives' Podcast

Pex Lives' Podcast
Description:
A Monthly Podcast hosted by Kevin Burns and James Murphy, where we explore Classic Doctor Who serials and chat about the past, present and future of show.

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RSS Feed: http://pexlives.podomatic.com/rss2.xml

Pex Lives' Podcast Statistics
Episodes:
16
Average Episode Duration:
1:16:49
Longest Episode Duration:
2:26:18
Total Duration of all Episodes:
20 hours, 29 minutes and 3 seconds
Earliest Episode:
5 August 2013 (12:57am GMT)
Latest Episode:
22 August 2014 (7:39am GMT)
Average Time Between Episodes:
23 days, 21 hours, 25 minutes and 7 seconds

Pex Lives' Podcast Episodes

  • Adios Podomatic

    22 August 2014 (7:39am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    We ain't around these parts no more. Come join us at http://pexlives.libsyn.com https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/pex-lives-a-doctor-who-podcast/id909270408 Thanks for listening everyone, and given the model of archiving libsyn uses we don't anticipate having to move again like this for the next two decades. Hurray!


  • 11: The Green Death, or, Noble fight against the windmills

    17 June 2014 (10:19pm GMT)
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    Back! We're so glad to be back! The Green Death is a great jumping off point for Kevin and James, your intrepid hosts, to get into a chat about some of the undercurrents of this society of ours, including some time spent on the recent misogynist shootings Writer: Robert Sloman Barry Letts (uncredited) Director: Michael E. Briant Script editor: Terrance Dicks Producer: Barry Letts Music: I Have Never Watched an Episode of Doctor Who - Adam Warrock See My Baby Jive - Wizzard Lungs - Townes Van Zandt Pretty Girls - Neko Case


  • 10: Happiness Patrol, or, Die with smiles on their faces.

    18 May 2014 (11:18pm GMT)
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    First broadcast: 2 November - 16 November 1988 A kaleidoscopic, twisting vortex of a conversation for the sleep deprived, punchy hosts of the world beating Pex Lives! Podcast. Kevin & James take a pop-protest infused look at the serial in a brave experimental pushing of the borders of the form. Next month: something less daring in concept. Writer: Graeme Curry Director: Chris Clough Script editor: Andrew Cartmel Producer: John Nathan-Turner


  • 9: Vengeance on Varos, Or Forgive me if I don't join you.

    16 April 2014 (3:14pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 hours, 8 minutes and 20 seconds

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    Pex Lives reaches the famous Colin Baker period with the "best loved" of the Sixth Doctor's stories. They had a great chat that took the usual digressions and evolutions! Writer: Philip Martin Director: Ron Jones Originally broadcast: 19-26 January 1985 Music: Theme: I've Never Watched an Episode of Doctor Who - Adam Warrock In the charts: Little Red Corvette - Prince Interlude: Video Nasty - The Damned Closing: The Big Bright Green Pleasure Machine - Simon and Garfunkel Next month: Happiness Patrol!


  • 8: The Caves of Androzani, or Change, my dear

    3 March 2014 (3:38pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 39 minutes and 10 seconds

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    James and Kevin take a conversational journey through the 1984 serial once voted the best Doctor Who of all time and Peter Davison's swansong. How will they rate it? Listen & find out!


  • Pex Lives Supplemental: Star Trek I-VI

    16 February 2014 (10:21pm GMT)
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    Pex Lives Supplemental is an occasional, informal bonus episode of your favourite Doctor Who podcast, that might have some light to shine on the timelord's adventures, or might not. This time Kevin and James have a great time tackling the original Star Trek crew's films, from 1979-1991. Enjoy! A general nod in @merqurygraffiti is definitely in order, for helping throw some light on the subject at hand and many others beside.


  • 7: The Sunmakers, or "Will you be a lousy scab or will you be a man?"

    4 February 2014 (1:23am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 47 minutes and 35 seconds

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    In one of the more concise episodes of the fantastic Pex Lives podcast, the lovely and patient Kevin and a progressively more intoxicated James have a great chat that takes in the role of propaganda, Terry Pratchett, anarchist thinkers, 1984 and a whole host of other good stuff.


  • 6: Colony In Space, and the Time of the Doctor

    7 January 2014 (1:31am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 hours, 26 minutes and 18 seconds

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    Kevin and James in 2014 with the best and longest episode yet!


  • 5: The Abominable Snowmen/The Web of Fear, or BEWARE THE MIGHTY YETI!

    2 December 2013 (2:50am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 hours, 3 minutes and 18 seconds

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    Wrapping up their discussion of the recently recovered Troughton episodes, the Pex Lives team talk on the reconstructed Abominable Snowmen and the Web of Fear. Yeti! Quatermass! Lovecraft! All this and more in the exciting latest edition.


  • 4B: Pex Lives Presents the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Discussion (bonus)

    26 November 2013 (11:40am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 51 minutes and 14 seconds

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    The Pex Lives Podcast team, James and Kevin, discuss Doctor Who's 50th anniversary. Topics include the John F. Kennedy assassination, An Adventure in Space and Time, The Science of Doctor Who, The Night of the Doctor, The Last Day, and The Day of the Doctor.


  • 4a: GallimaufrEy (BONUS)

    12 November 2013 (1:44pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 26 minutes and 50 seconds

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    Don't judge our book on this episode's cover. If it's your first encounter, might I recommend our Enemy of the World? However, we're aware that once a month is slightly difficult to keep your enthusiasm up, as listeners. With most podcasts a weekly endeavour, we would like to get out as much content as possible. So you'll probably see a few more episodes like, episodes where we go a little off topic. The main show is out the first Sunday of every month without fail. To tide you over until then, Kevin and I will drop the occasional piece of fluff fun like this. The audio and editing won't be as up to the standard that we hold ourselves to, but hopefully some goodness is to be had. The main point of this was to acquaint ourselves with the Google hangout technology and software prior to our live 50th anniversary episode - and how ambitious are we, going live, so early? So thats the spirit to take it in. You'll miss out on the visual cues here, but a theoretical Pex Lives completist would probably want the option of the audio. Enjoy!


  • 1: An Unearthly Child, or I tolerate this century but I don't enjoy it.

    11 November 2013 (2:19pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 9 minutes and 41 seconds

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    A million thanks are due to the brilliant Jack Graham who returned our pilot episode that James blithely deleted for space. Sound issues abound, but we're both pleased with how it turned out. Remember to read http://shabogangraffiti.blogspot.co.uk/


  • 4: The Enemy of The World, or Creag an Tuirc

    4 November 2013 (2:26am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 hours, 4 minutes and 25 seconds

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    The Enemy of The World! Thought missing for over forty years, unseen by human eye, now here for Kevin and James to gush about. This is the Pex Lives podcast running at full power. James Madison, the Zapatistas, and Pussy Galore all get nods. A really great, fun conversation that you should hook yourself right into. This episode, for all that it's worth, is dedicated to Lou Reed, a hero to both hosts. At an exciting time for Doctor Who, keep your eyes peeled for special stuff we have planned around the 50th Anniversary episode. Next month: The Abominable Snowmen/The Web of Fear!


  • 3: The Krotons, or Smash the Machine

    8 October 2013 (11:03am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 40 minutes and 1 second

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    The Pex Lives team returns! This month's discussion is all about the 1968 Patrick Troughton serial, The Krotons and takes in situationism, Dark Shadows, the role of education in perpetrating the ideas of the state, and lots of other fun stuff. Next month, if the crick don't rise, Coliny In Space!


  • 2: The Space Museum, or Revolution!

    1 September 2013 (11:18am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 hours, 2 minutes and 30 seconds

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    Episode 2 of the fabulous Pex Lives podcast is live, and waiting for you to hear it. The guys had a great, freewheeling conversation about The Space Museum that touches on all sorts of issues. Namechecks to Tolstoy, H.G. Wells, Bob Dylan, The Beatles and The Who, and lots of meaty discussion of colonialism and revolution. So, if you haven't ever seen The Space Museum, don't get left behind. Next month: The Krotons!


  • 1: An Unearthly Child, or I Tolerate This Century but I Don't Enjoy It

    5 August 2013 (12:57am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 9 minutes and 41 seconds

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    Welcome, traveller! This is the first ever episode of the monthly Pex Lives, a podcast about Doctor Who. Meet Kevin and James, your hosts through this pilot episode about a pilot episode. Apologies for the audio issues on James' end this time: rest assured next month's episode will be practically perfect in every way. September's show will be about the Space Museum, for those following along at home. Enjoy! pexlives.tumblr.com


 
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