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A rather good radio play - as they go. Gaiman and Pratchett's Good Omens on BBC radio.

Due to human error, both the angels and demons responsible lose track of the anti-Christ, meaning he grows up in ignorance of his destiny. As the time for the apocalypse draws near and the horsemen gather, angel Aziraphale and demon Crowley search for him in an attempt to save the world they have grown fond of, Adam becomes aware of his destiny and witch hunters, mediums and more are drawn to a remote village in the countryside – all according to the nice prophecies of Agnes Nutter. 342 more words

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Giles Wemmbley-Hogg Goes Off

Created by a creative team of four people, consisting of three writers and a producer “Giles Wemmbley-Hogg Goes Off” is a mockumentary travel comedy. It’s main character (“Two M’s, two G’s”) travels around the world to experience new cultures and learn about the world. 456 more words

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Bin Weevils Radio Show 05.10.14

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Here we are again, another great Bin Weevils Show today. We’ve been listening for you and are going to cover nearly everything important that appeared in the show. 326 more words

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Dad's Army - The Radio Series

Ah, Dad’s Army. One of the all time classic British comedies.

The short and basic version of this review is this – if you enjoyed the tv show, you’ll enjoy this. 683 more words

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Bin Weevils Radio Show - Tiny's Radio Gossip #3 28/09/14

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What a great show today don’t you think so? In Todays post, I will be talking about the radio show blast on the 28th October 2014. 292 more words

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Radio Review: The NPR One App Experience

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NPR’s new app, NPR One, allows listeners to have a more customized experience with public radio. Personally, I enjoyed exploring it, although I think there is definitely room for improvement. 649 more words

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War of the Worlds

I’m getting this one out of the way.

(The story goes on the 30th of October, 1938 Orson Welles directed the Mercury Theatre in a nationwide broadcast of an adaptation of H.G Wells’s War of the Worlds, using fake news bulletins and reporters “live at the scene” to inform the listeners of the invasion of Martians from Mars. 674 more words

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