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Mostly Harmless Cutaway

Mostly Harmless Cutaway
Description:
Mostly Harmless Cutaway podcast hosted by Eric, Josh, and Cat featuring Julian, Sean + other podcestuous friends. If it's happening in the Doctor Who universe we're talking about it. If you were ever looking for a laid back show that doesn't take much seriously you've finally come home. Welcome all and be seeing you at #Gally 2013!

Homepage: http://guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com

RSS Feed: http://guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com/rss

Mostly Harmless Cutaway Statistics
Episodes:
466
Average Episode Duration:
0:0:47:43
Longest Episode Duration:
0:2:37:02
Total Duration of all Episodes:
15 days, 10 hours, 33 minutes and 34 seconds
Earliest Episode:
15 August 2022 (12:52am GMT)
Latest Episode:
29 July 2022 (2:37pm GMT)
Average Time Between Episodes:
9 days, 20 hours, 22 minutes and 33 seconds

Mostly Harmless Cutaway Episodes

  • SFPL #41.1 Minute Waters of Mars

    26 March 2010 (4:11am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 1 minutes and 22 seconds

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    T minus 8 days until The Eleventh Hour.

    In preparation for Matt Smith's opening story The Eleventh Hour premiering on the BBC, here is a re-release our condensed Minute Waters of Mars (review) from the Sci-Fi Party Line vault. The full SFPL WoM review can be heard here. Next Friday (4/2) we should be posting our follow-up abbreviated Too Minute End of Time review. And if all goes well we should have a new Mostly Harmless Cutaway coming later that weekend as well. Of course every happenstance I have just stated is most improbable so please don't hold us to any of it.

    The Cyber Testicle's own (hilarious) 1 minute WoM review can be found here. Be forewarned: it contains explicit language.

    This preview features contributions from: Amy (@AmyHirschman), Jeff (@The_BORG), Will (@LW_Will), Carl (@robotcast), Eric (@Bullitt33) and Cat (@fancyfembot).

    The new BBC Doctor Who site
    Doctor Who on BBC America

    Disclaimer: Once again we've committed a classic bait and switch. You come here to this feed looking for your Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse fix, but instead get sold a totally different bill of goods. Well sorry! Things could be worse. It could be 1989 and 1 of your favorite long-running programs is about to get cancelled... (The Benny Hill Show) But we digress. [You could probably listen to our minute Waters of Mars at least 5 times in the time it takes you to read the entire show notes, just saying.]  We, the makers of this fine audio program in no way take any responsibity for any dissatisfaction incurred. Satisfaction, while not guaranteed, could certainly occur accidentally. And in the event of excessive moisture...

    DON'T PANIC 

     

     
    Creator/Producer: Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    HHG2W:
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @HHG2W
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com

    SFPL:
    Voicemail: 773-336-2686
    Website: scifipartyline.com
    Twitter: @SciFiPartyLine
    Tumblr: scifipartyline.tumblr.com
    Facebook: Sci-Fi Party Line

    The Sci-Fi Party Line theme was created by Eric Escamilla.
    The SFPL coverart was created by Cat (@fancyfembot).

    [Subscribe via iTunes]

     



  • SFPL #41.1 Minute Waters of Mars

    26 March 2010 (4:11am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 1 minutes and 22 seconds

    Direct Podcast Download

    T minus 8 days until The Eleventh Hour.

    In preparation for Matt Smith's opening story The Eleventh Hour premiering on the BBC, here is a re-release our condensed Minute Waters of Mars (review) from the Sci-Fi Party Line vault. The full SFPL WoM review can be heard here. Next Friday (4/2) we should be posting our follow-up abbreviated Too Minute End of Time review. And if all goes well we should have a new Mostly Harmless Cutaway coming later that weekend as well. Of course every happenstance I have just stated is most improbable so please don't hold us to any of it.

    The Cyber Testicle's own (hilarious) 1 minute WoM review can be found here. Be forewarned: it contains explicit language.

    This preview features contributions from: Amy (@AmyHirschman), Jeff (@The_BORG), Will (@LW_Will), Carl (@robotcast), Eric (@Bullitt33) and Cat (@fancyfembot).

    The new BBC Doctor Who site
    Doctor Who on BBC America

    Disclaimer: Once again we've committed a classic bait and switch. You come here to this feed looking for your Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse fix, but instead get sold a totally different bill of goods. Well sorry! Things could be worse. It could be 1989 and 1 of your favorite long-running programs is about to get cancelled... (The Benny Hill Show) But we digress. [You could probably listen to our minute Waters of Mars at least 5 times in the time it takes you to read the entire show notes, just saying.] We, the makers of this fine audio program in no way take any responsibity for any dissatisfaction incurred. Satisfaction, while not guaranteed, could certainly occur accidentally. And in the event of excessive moisture...

    DON'T PANIC


    Creator/Producer: Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    HHG2W:
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @HHG2W
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com

    SFPL:
    Voicemail: 773-336-2686
    Website: scifipartyline.com
    Twitter: @SciFiPartyLine
    Tumblr: scifipartyline.tumblr.com
    Facebook: Sci-Fi Party Line

    The Sci-Fi Party Line theme was created by Eric Escamilla.
    The SFPL coverart was created by Cat (@fancyfembot).

    [Subscribe via iTunes]



  • MHC #1 Megan

    19 March 2010 (4:42am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 9 minutes and 13 seconds

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    And now for something completely different...

    Welcome to this, the first Mostly Harmless Cutaway.  Like the rest of the universe it was created with more of a whimper than a bang really. What? This wasn't what you signed up for? This isn't your beloved Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse? Firstly, DON'T PANIC. Secondly, note the title: "Mosty" - "Harmless" - "Cutaway." We thought it a very apt name as it's description is written right there on the outside of the box. No intended misdirection on our part.

    If you listen, (and we're sure you will) you'll hear it explained that this is simply a slight deviation from our traditional podcast format you may be accoustumed to by now. This is our producer (if you in fact believe that we have one) breaking down that 4th wall and speaking to you directly about whatever might be on his mind pertaining to the Whoverse et al.

    In this MHC Eric interviews a new friend he made at the Gallifrey One convention. Megan (@meganhibner) is a cosplayer and at Gally 21 she dressed up as Sarah Jane Smith from The Hand of Fear. Also check out Megan's The Channel of Rassilon on YouTube. Remember her name, this may not be the last we hear from her...

    Special thanks to John Brannigan from the Cyber Testicle Podcast for our 1st guest intro. And while you're at it, why not congradulate him on his new baby via twitter? (@cybertesticle) We've said it once, we've said it a thousand times: His is the freshest of the new batch of Doctor Who podcasts out there. And by freshest we mean most putrid, but adoringly & most entertainingly so.

    Expect more MHC's in the near future, but not only that. Perhaps next Friday (3/26) we shall re-release our condensed Minute Waters of Mars (review) from the Sci-Fi Party Line vault followed by our Too Minute End of Time the Friday after (4/2) in preparation for Matt Smith's opening story The Eleventh Hour premeireing on the BBC. And yes, somewhere in there, or after, or yesterday, we shall release HHG2W #5 Hiatus. Yes, we also thought that a very appropriate title as well. ;^) 

    Disclaimer: We, the makers of this fine audio program in no way take any responsibity for was has just transpired... unless you liked it. There was at least 1 faux paus committed during recording of this episode, some of you may or may not notice it. For those who do, we can conditionally promise that it is highly improbable that particular something will ever happen again. Unfortunately, due to the never ceasing recession we have been forced to cut 58% of our staff. Despite such losses we are still offering this podcast to you free of charge! Please repay us by leaving a kind comment on iTunes. Or lastly, if all else fails...

    DON'T PANIC  

     

     
    Creator/Producer: Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    HHG2W:
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @HHG2W
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com

    SFPL:
    Voicemail: 773-336-2686
    Website: scifipartyline.com
    Twitter: @SciFiPartyLine
    Tumblr: scifipartyline.tumblr.com
    Facebook: Sci-Fi Party Line

    The MHC theme was created by Eric Escamilla. The MHC coverart was created by Cat (@fancyfembot).

    [Subscribe via iTunes]

     



  • MHC #1 Megan

    19 March 2010 (4:42am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 9 minutes and 13 seconds

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    And now for something completely different...

    Welcome to this, the first Mostly Harmless Cutaway. Like the rest of the universe it was created with more of a whimper than a bang really. What? This wasn't what you signed up for? This isn't your beloved Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse? Firstly, DON'T PANIC. Secondly, note the title: "Mosty" - "Harmless" - "Cutaway." We thought it a very apt name as it's description is written right there on the outside of the box. No intended misdirection on our part.

    If you listen, (and we're sure you will) you'll hear it explained that this is simply a slight deviation from our traditional podcast format you may be accoustumed to by now. This is our producer (if you in fact believe that we have one) breaking down that 4th wall and speaking to you directly about whatever might be on his mind pertaining to the Whoverse et al.

    In this MHC Eric interviews a new friend he made at the Gallifrey One convention. Megan (@meganhibner) is a cosplayer and at Gally 21 she dressed up as Sarah Jane Smith from The Hand of Fear. Also check out Megan's The Channel of Rassilon on YouTube. Remember her name, this may not be the last we hear from her...

    Special thanks to John Brannigan from the Cyber Testicle Podcast for our 1st guest intro. And while you're at it, why not congradulate him on his new baby via twitter? (@cybertesticle) We've said it once, we've said it a thousand times: His is the freshest of the new batch of Doctor Who podcasts out there. And by freshest we mean most putrid, but adoringly & most entertainingly so.

    Expect more MHC's in the near future, but not only that. Perhaps next Friday (3/26) we shall re-release our condensed Minute Waters of Mars (review) from the Sci-Fi Party Line vault followed by our Too Minute End of Time the Friday after (4/2) in preparation for Matt Smith's opening story The Eleventh Hour premeireing on the BBC. And yes, somewhere in there, or after, or yesterday, we shall release HHG2W #5 Hiatus. Yes, we also thought that a very appropriate title as well. ;^)

    Disclaimer: We, the makers of this fine audio program in no way take any responsibity for was has just transpired... unless you liked it. There was at least 1 faux paus committed during recording of this episode, some of you may or may not notice it. For those who do, we can conditionally promise that it is highly improbable that particular something will ever happen again. Unfortunately, due to the never ceasing recession we have been forced to cut 58% of our staff. Despite such losses we are still offering this podcast to you free of charge! Please repay us by leaving a kind comment on iTunes. Or lastly, if all else fails...

    DON'T PANIC


    Creator/Producer: Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    HHG2W:
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @HHG2W
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com

    SFPL:
    Voicemail: 773-336-2686
    Website: scifipartyline.com
    Twitter: @SciFiPartyLine
    Tumblr: scifipartyline.tumblr.com
    Facebook: Sci-Fi Party Line

    The MHC theme was created by Eric Escamilla. The MHC coverart was created by Cat (@fancyfembot).

    [Subscribe via iTunes]



  • Gallifrey 21

    5 March 2010 (5:22am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

    For those who don't know, yours truly attended the recent Gallifrey 21 convention in Los Angeles, CA (Feb 26-28). As you might expect, the entire experience was rather fantastic. So fantastic in fact, that days later we still haven't quite recovered. We could go on and on about all the amazing & unexpected experiences we had at the convention, but we won't. All we can say right now is that we somehow feel different, somewhat changed, when it comes to our shared love of Doctor Who.

    By now we had expected to post a new(er) episode of our regular Guide to the Whoverse, but suddenly we have been left reeling, thinking, "What else can we do to reflect on the convention?" Well we're still thinking about it. Never fear, more HHG2W will eventually materialze, we're just contemplating whether we should take some time out to react to this whole affair that was Gallifrey 2010, and if so, in what way.

    In the meantime, after examining Radio Free Skaro's glorious recording set-up up close and 1st hand at Gally, we are also in the process of waiting for our new microphone, etc. to come in to further improve our own audio production. [Watch this space] for more Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse coming to you soon!

    DON'T PANIC

    -Blue Guy
    [Subscribe via iTunes]



  • HHG2W #4 The Mona Lisa

    13 February 2010 (9:32am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 2 minutes and 37 seconds

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    The Da Vinci Code was quite popular at the time this entry was originally produced. What a preposterous work of fiction that was. It's rather more interesting to note the Doctor's role in the production of the mulitple [authentic] copies of this noteworthy work of art. What? You weren't aware the painting hanging in the Louvre is a copy? Listen on weary traveller...

    We now present to you our 4th entry originally produced August 20, 2006. Look for HHG2W #5 Hiatus to appear on this feed approximately February 27, 2010. Eek! We'll be at Gallifrey 21 during this time. If we're lucky we might grab some audio from the convention for this feed.

    References:

  • City of Death* Story #105
  • *According to Wikipedia: 'City of Death is believed to be the earliest produced Doctor Who story for which every credited cast member is still living.'
  • Being an archival entry of sorts, we in no way make reference to the more recent misadventures of Sarah Jane Smith concerning this iconic painting.
  • This entry was written by David Agnew.
  • Disclaimer: As this episode was originally produced in 2006 disregard the links mentioned. If you are in any way dissatisfied with our product please please bake a strawberry filled vanilla cake with the words "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse!" clearly enscribed in the icing. Upon smelling the wafting scent your confection we shall promptly refund your money. It is very important that you fill the cake with strawberry!!!

    DON'T PANIC 

     

     
    Creator/Producer: Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    HHG2W:
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @HHG2W
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com

    SFPL:
    Voicemail: 773-336-2686
    Website: scifipartyline.com
    Twitter: @SciFiPartyLine
    Tumblr: scifipartyline.tumblr.com
    Facebook: Sci-Fi Party Line

    [Subscribe via iTunes]



  • HHG2W #4 The Mona Lisa

    13 February 2010 (9:32am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 2 minutes and 37 seconds

    Direct Podcast Download

    The Da Vinci Code was quite popular at the time this entry was originally produced. What a preposterous work of fiction that was. It's rather more interesting to note the Doctor's role in the production of the mulitple [authentic] copies of this noteworthy work of art. What? You weren't aware the painting hanging in the Louvre is a copy? Listen on weary traveller...

    We now present to you our 4th entry originally produced August 20, 2006. Look for HHG2W #5 Hiatus to appear on this feed approximately February 27, 2010. Eek! We'll be at Gallifrey 21 during this time. If we're lucky we might grab some audio from the convention for this feed.

    References:

  • City of Death* Story #105
  • *According to Wikipedia: 'City of Death is believed to be the earliest produced Doctor Who story for which every credited cast member is still living.'
  • Being an archival entry of sorts, we in no way make reference to the more recent misadventures of Sarah Jane Smith concerning this iconic painting.
  • This entry was written by David Agnew.
  • Disclaimer: As this episode was originally produced in 2006 disregard the links mentioned. If you are in any way dissatisfied with our product please please bake a strawberry filled vanilla cake with the words "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse!" clearly enscribed in the icing. Upon smelling the wafting scent your confection we shall promptly refund your money. It is very important that you fill the cake with strawberry!!!

    DON'T PANIC


    Creator/Producer: Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    HHG2W:
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @HHG2W
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com

    SFPL:
    Voicemail: 773-336-2686
    Website: scifipartyline.com
    Twitter: @SciFiPartyLine
    Tumblr: scifipartyline.tumblr.com
    Facebook: Sci-Fi Party Line

    [Subscribe via iTunes]



  • HHG2W #3 Plastic People

    30 January 2010 (10:14am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 2 minutes and 18 seconds

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    Moving right along in our revisting vintage Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse, we arrive at the subject of Plastic People. It should be noted that not all plastic people are made of plastic, sometimes they're made of sheep... Reaching back in time, we present to you our 3rd entry originally produced August 5, 2006. Look for HHG2W #4 The Mona Lisa to appear on this feed approximately February 13, 2010.

    References:

  • Spearhead from Space Story #51
  • Terror of the Autons Story #55
  • Rose Story #157
  • Chrismas Invasion of '65 as opposed to The Christmas Invasion Story #167 of '05.
  • Disclaimer: As this episode was originally produced in 2006 disregard the links mentioned. If you are in any way dissatisfied with our product please shout the words "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse!" 4 times out your window or front door. We will hear you and promptly refund your money. It is very important that you shout it 4 times!!!

    DON'T PANIC

     

     
    Creator/Producer: Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    HHG2W:
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @HHG2W
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com

    SFPL:
    Voicemail: 773-336-2686
    Website: scifipartyline.com
    Twitter: @SciFiPartyLine
    Tumblr: scifipartyline.tumblr.com
    Facebook: Sci-Fi Party Line

    [Subscribe via iTunes]



  • HHG2W #3 Plastic People

    30 January 2010 (10:14am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 2 minutes and 18 seconds

    Direct Podcast Download

    Moving right along in our revisting vintage Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse, we arrive at the subject of Plastic People. It should be noted that not all plastic people are made of plastic, sometimes they're made of sheep... Reaching back in time, we present to you our 3rd entry originally produced August 5, 2006. Look for HHG2W #4 The Mona Lisa to appear on this feed approximately February 13, 2010.

    References:

  • Spearhead from Space Story #51
  • Terror of the Autons Story #55
  • Rose Story #157
  • Chrismas Invasion of '65 as opposed to The Christmas Invasion Story #167 of '05.
  • Disclaimer: As this episode was originally produced in 2006 disregard the links mentioned. If you are in any way dissatisfied with our product please shout the words "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse!" 4 times out your window or front door. We will hear you and promptly refund your money. It is very important that you shout it 4 times!!!

    DON'T PANIC


    Creator/Producer: Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    HHG2W:
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @HHG2W
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com

    SFPL:
    Voicemail: 773-336-2686
    Website: scifipartyline.com
    Twitter: @SciFiPartyLine
    Tumblr: scifipartyline.tumblr.com
    Facebook: Sci-Fi Party Line

    [Subscribe via iTunes]



  • HHG2W #2 Chameleon Circuit

    16 January 2010 (1:27pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 2 minutes and 10 seconds

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    Finally... A better representation of what we do here at the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse, that is we ineptly try to explain common terms found in the Doctor Who universe that any time tot could probably expertly explain to you in half the time.

    A chameleon circuit is not quite the easiest thing to explain. By the very nature of the beast it can appear in the guise of many countless different forms, not the least of which is a very famous Trock band.

    Reaching back in time, we present to you our 2nd entry originally produced July 27, 2006. Look for HHG2W #3 Plastic People to appear on this feed approximately January 30, 2010.

    References:

  • Doctor Who and the Silurians Story #52
  • Logopolis Story #115
  • The Sea Devils Story #62
  • Warriors of the Deep Story #130
  • Disclaimer:

    As this episode was originally produced in 2006 disregard the links mentioned. If you are in any way dissatisfied with our product please shout the words "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse!" 4 times out your window or front door. We will hear you and promptly refund your money. It is very important that you shout it 4 times!!!

    DON'T PANIC

     


    HHG2W:
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @HHG2W
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com

    Creator/Producer = Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    SFPL:
    Voicemail: 773-336-2686
    Website: scifipartyline.com
    Twitter: @SciFiPartyLine
    Tumblr: scifipartyline.tumblr.com
    Facebook: Sci-Fi Party Line

    [Subscribe via iTunes]

     

     



  • HHG2W #2 Chameleon Circuit

    16 January 2010 (1:27pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 2 minutes and 10 seconds

    Direct Podcast Download

    Finally... A better representation of what we do here at the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse, that is we ineptly try to explain common terms found in the Doctor Who universe that any time tot could probably expertly explain to you in half the time.

    A chameleon circuit is not quite the easiest thing to explain. By the very nature of the beast it can appear in the guise of many countless different forms, not the least of which is a very famous Trock band.

    Reaching back in time, we present to you our 2nd entry originally produced July 27, 2006. Look for HHG2W #3 Plastic People to appear on this feed approximately January 30, 2010.

    References:

  • Doctor Who and the Silurians Story #52
  • Logopolis Story #115
  • The Sea Devils Story #62
  • Warriors of the Deep Story #130
  • Disclaimer:

    As this episode was originally produced in 2006 disregard the links mentioned. If you are in any way dissatisfied with our product please shout the words "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse!" 4 times out your window or front door. We will hear you and promptly refund your money. It is very important that you shout it 4 times!!!

    DON'T PANIC


    HHG2W:
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @HHG2W
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com

    Creator/Producer = Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    SFPL:
    Voicemail: 773-336-2686
    Website: scifipartyline.com
    Twitter: @SciFiPartyLine
    Tumblr: scifipartyline.tumblr.com
    Facebook: Sci-Fi Party Line

    [Subscribe via iTunes]



  • HHG2W #1 The Hitchhiker's Guide

    5 January 2010 (10:01pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 1 minutes and 17 seconds

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    Once upon a time on July 20, 2006 an awkward, wheezy little child named Douglas was born. This is not his story. Rather, we shall deal with a most unearthly podcast that was also born on the same day.

    The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse is just what it appears to be... A satirical blatant rip-off of a much more successful publication/volume/franchise, but we shan't trouble ourselves with that minute detail right now. Prepare yourself for some grand anticipointment* as this podcast isn't very good. It wasn't created out of love, more out of abandonment, and it shows. We cannot promise that it will get any better in time, but we can promise that it will be about time. The Doctor's anyway.

    Episode 1 was originally conceived to be a introduction / promo of sorts. It was our intention to share our humble little production(s) with other [better] and already established Doctor Who Podcasts. Back in 2006 both Podshock & WhoCast answered that call. Because this entry is very promo like we don't get very deep into the meat of the Whoverse just yet. All in good time...

    References:
  • The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
  • *anticipointment - yes this term was coined by Radio Free Skaro, then stolen** by us.
  • **stolen - borrowed with the intention to return.
  • Disclaimer:

    As this episode was originally produced in 2006 disregard the links mentioned. If you are in any way dissatisfied with our product please shout the words "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse!" 4 times out your window or front door. We will hear you and promptly refund your money. It is very important that you shout it 4 times!!!


    DON'T PANIC
     


    HHG2W:
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @HHG2W
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com

    Creator/Producer = Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    SFPL:
    Voicemail: 773-336-2686
    Website: scifipartyline.com
    Twitter: @SciFiPartyLine
    Facebook: Sci-Fi Party Line

    [Subscribe via iTunes]




  • HHG2W #1 The Hitchhiker's Guide

    5 January 2010 (10:01pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 1 minutes and 17 seconds

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    Once upon a time on July 20, 2006 an awkward, wheezy little child named Douglas was born. This is not his story. Rather, we shall deal with a most unearthly podcast that was also born on the same day.

    The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse is just what it appears to be... A satirical blatant rip-off of a much more successful publication/volume/franchise, but we shan't trouble ourselves with that minute detail right now. Prepare yourself for some grand anticipointment* as this podcast isn't very good. It wasn't created out of love, more out of abandonment, and it shows. We cannot promise that it will get any better in time, but we can promise that it will be about time. The Doctor's anyway.

    Episode 1 was originally conceived to be a introduction / promo of sorts. It was our intention to share our humble little production(s) with other [better] and already established Doctor Who Podcasts. Back in 2006 both Podshock & WhoCast answered that call. Because this entry is very promo like we don't get very deep into the meat of the Whoverse just yet. All in good time...

    References:
  • The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
  • *anticipointment - yes this term was coined by Radio Free Skaro, then stolen** by us.
  • **stolen - borrowed with the intention to return.
  • Disclaimer:

    As this episode was originally produced in 2006 disregard the links mentioned. If you are in any way dissatisfied with our product please shout the words "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse!" 4 times out your window or front door. We will hear you and promptly refund your money. It is very important that you shout it 4 times!!!


    DON'T PANIC



    HHG2W:
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @HHG2W
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com

    Creator/Producer = Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    SFPL:
    Voicemail: 773-336-2686
    Website: scifipartyline.com
    Twitter: @SciFiPartyLine
    Facebook: Sci-Fi Party Line

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  • HHG2W #0 The Year We Make Contact

    4 January 2010 (12:30pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 4 minutes and 32 seconds

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    An Introduction to this feed:

    Because we know almost no one will read the opening statement posted on the website, we are now proud to present essentially the very same statement, only this time in audio form.

    Once again thanks to Louis (@LouisTrapani / @Podshock), Cat (@fancyfembot / @SciFiPartyLine), and Nat (@thirtysix / @BridgingTheRift) for all your guidance, inspiration, and encouragement.
     

    DON'T PANIC


    HHG2W:
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @HHG2W
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com

    Creator/Producer = Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    SFPL:
    Voicemail: 773-336-2686
    Website: scifipartyline.com
    Twitter: @SciFiPartyLine
    Facebook: Sci-Fi Party Line

    [Subscribe via iTunes]




  • HHG2W #0 The Year We Make Contact

    4 January 2010 (12:30pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 4 minutes and 32 seconds

    Direct Podcast Download

    An Introduction to this feed:

    Because we know almost no one will read the opening statement posted on the website, we are now proud to present essentially the very same statement, only this time in audio form.

    Once again thanks to Louis (@LouisTrapani / @Podshock), Cat (@fancyfembot / @SciFiPartyLine), and Nat (@thirtysix / @BridgingTheRift) for all your guidance, inspiration, and encouragement.


    DON'T PANIC


    HHG2W:
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @HHG2W
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com

    Creator/Producer = Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    SFPL:
    Voicemail: 773-336-2686
    Website: scifipartyline.com
    Twitter: @SciFiPartyLine
    Facebook: Sci-Fi Party Line

    [Subscribe via iTunes]




  • Genesis

    3 January 2010 (11:26pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

    Oh my, how did this happen?

    The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse had it's origins way back in 2006 when I was trying to come up with a way to participate in my 1st & favorite podcast of the time Doctor Who: Podshock. I made a few initial entries before the rest of my life caught up with me. Thus began a production hiatus that lasted until 2009. I was out of the "game" so to speak because I was actually without a computer of my own for much of 2007 up until spring 2009. Thanks to Cat (@fancyfembot) I was finally brought out of retirement and "properly" introduced to the production side of making a podcast. The Sci-Fi Party Line podcast was my first opportunity to really flex & hone in my podcast audio editing/producing skills.

    Enter Bridging the Rift:

    Just last night, as I'm writing this, I was listening to Bridging the Rift #14. I was very surprised when I suddenly heard co-host Nat (@thirtysix) mention my humble Doctor Who audio project HHG2W. He reiterated an idea I had been pondering myself for a while now. Up until now, new entries of the HHG2W were randomly inserted into episodes of Podshock (@Podshock). During the podcast discussion, Nat brought up the desire to have the HHG2W made available on it's very own feed. Nice and convenient bite sized morsels one could keep readily available on their iPod.

    Well here we are.

    To date there are 6 pre-existing episodes of the HHG2W. I will present them here on this feed and add more once they are made and after each respective entry has premiered on Podshock. Unfortunately, I don't anticipate new episodes debuting very often. It takes considerable time for me to research, write, record, and produce each new installment. Plus, in addition to HHG2W, the majority of my free time is dedicated to producing the "mother" program: Sci-Fi Party Line. I also reserve the right to add other Doctor Who related audio flights-of-fancy (I produce) to this feed when I feel so inclined.


    DON'T PANIC


    HHG2W:
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @HHG2W
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com

    Creator/Producer = Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    SFPL:
    Voicemail: 773-336-2686
    Website: scifipartyline.com
    Twitter: @SciFiPartyLine
    Facebook: Sci-Fi Party Line

    [Subscribe via iTunes]




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