Hi folks, it just didn’t seem right to not discuss Season 5 at all, so with the help of a familiar guest we recorded a special bonus episode taking a look at Season 5, and also discussed Season 1 of the US version. The podcast was recorded earlier in the year but I decided to hold onto it to publish at New Year, I hope you enjoy this final review and once again my thanks to all of you who have listened to the show during the last few years.
So as the title indicates I’ve decided to bring the podcast to a close. This wasn’t an easy decision and one I have spent many, many months thinking about.
Essentially podcasting takes a lot of time, and I have less of it now then when I started. I’ve come to realise that my love of the show is being diminished by the workload on the podcast, and seriously the moment that this starts to feel like a job, then it’s time to get out. Plus the BBC do an amazing job of promoting the show online, something that most shows don’t do, something a podcast can normally fill a gap for; that gap just isn’t there.
Finally I want to discuss other shows, review other content, and as this podcast is tied to one show I can’t do that here. In the near future I plan to launch a new podcast which will give me that freedom, however I may occasionally air a BeingHumanCast bonus show; so keep subscribing…
This final episode wraps up reviewing the rest of S3 and the whole of S4. I’m joined again by the amazing Valerie who I’d like to thank for her support of the podcast over the years.
My final comments are to thank you the listeners, bizarrely enough this last episode was recorded exactly three years after the first episode aired. During this time there have been over 27,000 unique downloads of this podcast, which is amazing and all down to you that have supported us, so thank you….
Okay, I admit it’s been a while… However for your listening enjoyment here’s our review on the third episode of the third season, it was recorded a while ago, in fact before season four aired so don’t expect any great revelations 🙂
Episode three is all about Zombies, and if you’re a fan of Zombies I encourage you to check out Z*Con
Z*Con is about 14 year old Matt Moore, and his three friends, who attend a local comic convention to get interviews for their podcast but end up stuck in the middle of a Zombie Outbreak at the con. Using social media, and their wits, to report on what’s going on inside the four walls of the con while dodging all kinds of cosplay zombies.
Z*Con is the second film being produced by Big Damn Films. Much like their first film, Browncoats: Redemption, 100% of the total Net Proceeds from the film will be donated to a handful of charities.
Welcome back, this is a great episode to kick off 2012 as I’m joined by the awesome and amazing Rebecca Denton, the BBC’s Online Exec for Being Human. Together we discuss her background, and a little about Season 4, don’t worry no spoilers…
This episode was recorded the night after Episode One of Season 4 aired in the UK; enjoy…
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