Thanks dave and keith your support and compliments mean alot, i will keep you updated as i go through the winding roads of being a musician, lucky for me ive got josh so i dont have to go alone. Thanks for the opportunity dave im sorry for the late reply however i feel i have achieved alot by just sharing the videos as everyone has shown interest and thats what inspires me most :-)
walkingdecay: Peter Capaldi's last outing in Doctor Who would've been much better if he'd just shut up and got on with dying.
Dec 27, 2017 15:02:47 GMT
robbiej: It was a bit drawn out. Only watched the last 20 minutes, had no idea hat the hell was going on, was just interested in what the new bird, sorry, Doctor was like.
Dec 27, 2017 23:57:58 GMT
walkingdecay: It had lots of talk, more up-itself War Doctor gabble, all-new time and death mechanics (almost as silly as the moon as egg and rockstar stuff) and lots of gurning. The new regime is long overdue.
Dec 28, 2017 2:10:02 GMT
007: I love the Beeb but they do flog a dead horse to death QED Dr Who and Dads Army a story about the home guard during a war which lasted 7 years and has been shown continuously for 50 years
Dec 28, 2017 8:52:29 GMT
Akquarius: is it actually possible to READ Dr. Who? I'm not much of a TV fan, but I'd like to get to know more about the Doctors.
Dec 28, 2017 15:07:24 GMT
walkingdecay: It is, Bernd. There are penty of novelisations and other spin offs. I can't attest to the quality though, as I've never read any.
Dec 30, 2017 7:52:24 GMT
walkingdecay: Agree about Dad's Army. When I run into it while channel-hopping now I recognise the episode pretty much instantly and think, "I used to like this."
Dec 30, 2017 7:57:18 GMT
walkingdecay: I am also sick of the endless Morecambe and Wise clip shows with Angela Rippon's unremarkable legs and creepy eyebrows. The series box set contains comedic riches from Eric and Ernie that never get an airing.
Dec 30, 2017 8:03:01 GMT