DwarfCast 79 – Live Twentica Reaction

Message incoming: G&T are back with their first live DwarfCast in nearly four years. Consequently there’s a bit of rustiness, and an inexplicable moment where the host gets the name of his star guest wrong even though he’s reading from a script, but there’s also a tremendous amount of laughs, breaking news and searing insight, as Jonathan Capps, Danny Stephenson and Ian Symes are joined by guests Alex Newsome, Joey Newsome, Tom Pyott and Jo Sharples to discuss all things Twentica.

As well as the biggest and smallest talking points from the episode, we also cover the fan screening event, first impressions of Red Dwarf XI: The Game, some preliminary spoiler-free previewing of Samsara and to cap it all. an exclusive interview with Big Bang Beryl herself Rebecca Blackstone, presented for the first time at an audible level.

DwarfCast 79 – Live Twentica Reaction (82.9MB)

Thank you to the several hundred of you who listened live, especially those of you who interacted with us – it really means a lot. Apologies for the slightly ropey moments, but fingers crossed we’ll iron out the wrinkles in the coming weeks, starting with Samsara at 10pm on Thursday 29th September.

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7 Responses to DwarfCast 79 – Live Twentica Reaction

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  1. I’ve missed these Dwarf Casts. Welcome back guys

  2. Nice to see these are back but the audio quality needs a lot of work. It sounds like the people on Skype were being played on speakers and then back into a mic…

  3. G&T Admin

    That’s because that’s how we did it.

    And yes, the audio quality is imperfect, but it would indeed need a lot of work (not to mention cost) to improve, so as long as people can hear us and interact with us, it’s not top priority.

  4. That’s because that’s how we did it.

    And yes, the audio quality is imperfect, but it would indeed need a lot of work (not to mention cost) to improve, so as long as people can hear us and interact with us, it’s not top priority.

    You can get free software to record Skype calls. You can record everybody’s input at either one computer or from everybody’s individual computer, and then splice it together. Also look into Windows Stereo Mix to record what is being output from the computer to the speakers.

  5. G&T Admin

    Yes, but none of that applies to a *live* broadcast.

  6. Audiophiles. The worst of all the ‘philes.

    (That I’ve experienced.)

  7. The X Philes.

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