A week late but there you go! The BBC has cancelled Ripper Street, Spotify isn’t paying enough, Sherlock’s got a mini episode and House of Cards is back in February! And the file is mis-labelled…
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We start with Doctor Who, move onto Google Play on iOS, step over the LoveFilm app for the iPhone, stare into the face of Ernst Stavro Blofeld, Marvel in the apparent disappointment of Karl’s Chromecast and I’ve run out of things we did with… stuff…
The Media show rolling on all casters this week as the guys discuss the 10 reasons why today’s TV is better than movies, Netflix wants to do films and 4K, we want 4K and so does everybody else!
Its all about the horror this week as the Media show goes all special edition and talks about the scary stuff! We discuss everybody’s favourite horror flicks and more on this week’s Media show!
Never let it be said that the Media show is late! Meanwhile the BBC will peddle its wares online, CatchupTV is pretty much done for and Blu-Ray albums are up for grabs.
The guys are here with the Media show, how the cheered when the BFI launched a streaming service, how they laughed when they discovered 24 was to be set in London, how they celebrated when the BBC boosted its arts funding by 20%! Theres a lot going on in this episode of the media show, including the mislabelling of the file!!
Apparently piracy isn’t ruining the film industry, Netflix is winning Emmys, Bill Bryson wants a better deal on ebooks, and this week’s Media show is longer than expected
Triumphantly barreling its way to 51 episodes the Media show takes a stop along the way to pick up the final episode of the IT crowd, Sony’s 4K streaming service, some copyrighted playlists and a whole lot more.
The filename says 49 but its definitely episode 50 of the Media show! Inside you’ll find plans for a new Westworld series, Paramount ripping off Star Trek fans and the Wombles wombling their way over to Channel 5.
Yes, the Media show took a week off but its plummeted back into view with musings on Binge Watching, the use of Film, Blinkbox and of course what Rise of the Triad means to Russ!
We’ve got breaking news about Dr Who, the clue is in the picture! Russ paused Top Gear to get the panel back at 8:30 to talk about it! Also, we talk YouTube streaming for the masses, Arrested Development, Google Play and more!
The file name says 45 but its actually episode 46. Its an episode full of Chromecast news, Blinkbox discovery, film score talk and edited out stories that Tone chose.
We checked, Chris Woods likes Firefly and Sarah Gray hasn’t seen it so we’ll let her off, Tone still doesn’t like it. In other news theres a rather large Media afoot with discussions of Pseudonyms, online TV history in the making, Family Guy shoehorned into the Simpsons, and a whole lot more!
The Media show thunders its way back to the airwaves this week with heated discussions about the BBC dropping 3D, Apple’s eBook pricing shenanigans, Netflix’s new comedy drama and we say a fond farewell to Alan Whicker.