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British TV past and present digested and discussed, if Gareth Kavanagh and Christian Cawley can tear themselves away from the screen long enough to record anything. Soaps, drama, comedy, sci-fi and even BBC Four documentaries are among the topics.
 
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Lots of news to cover in this episode - including Doctor Who comics on audio! Reviews of Titan Comics' Thirteenth Doctor #4, Herald of Madness Part 1 from Doctor Who Magazine and a look at Fan Fiction Illustrated Volume 1 as well as my state of Doctor Who comics address will keep you entertained as you travel to the Gallifrey One convention.…
 
In the early 1980s, home video hit the UK, giving anyone who could afford to rent a giant video player the chance to watch movies from the comfort of their own home, regardless of what was on TV. Remember your video rental store, and the video player in the living room? Those stunning video release posters, or the enticing covers of the seedier, ch…
 
It's our 100th episode! To celebrate, I chat with friend-of-the-show editor John Freeman about the Seventh and Third Doctors in comics, talk to Reality Bomb podcaster Graeme Burk about Titan Comics' Doctor Who run, and review the 2018 Free Comic Book Day issue as well as Space Squid! All this and more await you!…
 
James Peaty was just announced as the writer of The Road to the Thirteenth Doctor from Titan Comics featuring the Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors in three one-shot stories. James joins me to talk about this series as well as lots of other comic and Doctor Who stuff - you'll hear it here first! I also review Part 1 of The Clockwise War and Invad…
 
Jessica Martin is best known as Mags from The Greatest Show in the Galaxy but now she will be drawing herself in the upcoming Seventh Doctor mini-series! Learn more about her and her career in this great interview. I also review the last Twelfth Doctor comic from Titan Comics, look at Death Flower with Paul Scoones, cover the news and more!…
 
We're back! Christian Cawley and Gareth Kavanagh reconvene to discuss the halcyon days of BBC Television Centre, recalling Gareth's trips to the famous "concrete doughnut". There's also an opportunity to discuss one of Gareth's ongoing productions, Room 5064, where writers Alan Bennett and Dennis Potter regularly locked horns... Shownotes:Televisio…
 
The Coaxial podcast duo Christian Cawley and Gareth Kavanagh discuss the correct way to make a cup of tea. Because, you know, #tea. Also: the #North. Tune into the Coaxial podcast every three weeks to join Gareth and Christian as they discuss the current state of TV, and cast their minds back for some whimsical TV-related memories from childhood.…
 
Welcome back to another Coaxial, with Christian Cawley and Gareth Kavanagh. In this week's show, we're chatting classic British children's TV, and may or may not have covered most of the following... Pre-school: Rainbow, Ivor the Engine, the Mr Men, Get Up and Go (Mooncat), Pipkins, Play School, Play Away,Dramas: Box of Delights, the RTD one (Dark …
 
Welcome to the second Coaxial podcast, with Gareth Kavanagh and Christian Cawley. This week, we chat about the changing faces and fortunes of ITV's pair of premium soap operas, Coronation Street and Emmerdale (Farm). Are the glory days of both soaps now long-since past? Has Emmerdale found itself accidentally socially relevant simply by being set i…
 
Welcome to the first of our regular Coaxial podcasts, in which Gareth Kavanagh joins Christian Cawley to chat about television. To open the run, we're looking at the BBC's recent classic Sitcom Season, in which several situation comedies from days gone by were updated in various ways, from an impressive lick of paint to a complete clone of the orig…
 
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