Just a quickie - anyone willing to grab some stuff of a torrent site (theempire.bz) that I'm barred from due to their stupid ratio settings? PM for details if happy to help.
EDIT TO ADD - Been given a useful bit of advice on this, so not to worried about it now.
etiquette someone? found a heap of freshly upped links on another site all working - link to site or link to files - or pm me for details?
JD - CE=9th
and yes please
I'd say ... d/l them, share somewhere else, publish those links but say upfront you're re-sharing but they're not yours.
thanks nobber - i'm still d/ling now and it will probably take a while for me to up cos my net is shite right now. I'll try and up over the next few days. School holidays here so i've got limited net time too.
a bit of fun here - sound bites from doctor who to download
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also pictures, videos etc
Has anyone come across "The Way through the woods" narrated by Una McCormack? Please?
Also looking for TW Long time dead, the men who sold the world and army of one audios.
If anyone has the audios, I'd be interested too...
A few pages back someone posted a pretty definitive collection of the DW comics from the 4th Doctor on up. I was wondering if anyone has similar collections for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Doctors, the old TV Comics and stuff from the Annuals and so forth? I know it's all a bit naff, but I find that stuff kind of charming.
Also still looking for Large Conclusions main range 124, 125, 126 and 129. Selfish of me, really.
"But this time is different." The Doctor regarded me sadly.
"I forgot, you've never travelled into your personal past before, have you, Jamie?
You see, you can't alter events from your own history. Because, if you did, you'd end up altering yourself.
If Culloden hadn't happened, you'd be a different person."
I apologize if I missed this
Does anyone happen to have any of the "Timr Loord homeworld" series, I've got the first one so 1.2 1.3 and 1.4 would be amazing, but obviously don't worry if its any hassle!
I think I could listen to Lalla Ward read the phone book and enjoy it! And in everthing that Louise Jameson has done for Large Conclusions just sounds like she hasn't aged a day since leaving the programme!
anyone know where i could find the "about time" books, lawrence miles and tat Wood
Cheers for the SJA pdf's, Madkalnod- much appreciated
sharing is caring- it's better to keep alive than to let wither & die
whoa - just went to d/l something and wup is download your own files only now.....
I did re-listen to the first part of the 8th Doctor stories with my wife (she prefers the audios to the TV stories, as she says "the effects are better when I do them in my head" ), but there are a few of them I just don't want to re-visit. The one with no light, and the one in the glass-tube universe (I think that's the first one in the divergent universe). To be honest, I never really felt like C'rizz's whole thing was very well explained, just that he was sort of weird and had some kind of indoctrination to kill people. Charley also grated on me after awhile, and I've only recently gotten into her being with CBaker, which is vaguely annoying.
I've only listened to 2 of the Lucie Miller ones so far. Verdict not in on her yet.
It's nice to be able to discuss these a bit, though. Seems like nobody who listens to them really ever wants to talk about them.
Another one bites the dust then...
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I never quite know how to deal with a solitary soldier who is trapped amongst burning trees
Agreed, Lucie Miller was fantastic. I was so sorry to see her story end. Let's hope they give her some Companion Chronicles.
For all those old Bolt.org members. This is what happens when I try and visit the site now.
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Have you ever been talking to someone and they tell you that you remembered something wrong and, despite your often excellent memory, it's happened so much that you wonder if you're not slipping along parallel dimensions so similar to our own that the differences are so minute as to be unnoticeable and then become afraid that one day you'll wake up and an American will be playing the Doctor?