Dave have released a new video on YouTube! It’s mostly a cut-down version of the existing documentary, with a voice-over from Richard Bacon. [EDIT: It’s not Richard Bacon, is it? Still, at least it’s not Iain Lee.] It’s nicely done, other than the mis-spelling of Kryten’s name in Robert Llewellyn’s caption. Sigh.
What, you didn’t think we’d let the buildup to BTE pass by without an special preview Dwarfcast, did you?
Dwarf may not’ve got a Radio Times cover (Liam Neeson and Jimmy ‘Can I call you baaaack?’ Nesbit saw to THAT particular hope) but the newest issue, released today, does feature a banner on the cover and a three page spread on Back to Earth.
Twenty minutes more, to be precise – minus whatever part of that is being used for ads and the like. Thanks to our ever-helpful forum-goers for pointing out that whilst Part 1 of Back To Earth has a 30 minute slot, Part 2 and Part 3 have 40 bloody minutes!
First it expands from two to three parts, then the running time increases – this is getting more and more epic, isn’t it?
Following the success of Craig Charles’s too-deadpan-for-some-but-bloody-funny-for-the-rest-of-us bloggery last week, Dave’s ever-expanding Dwarf section has gained a new blog entry – this one written by Chris Barrie. There are many interesting things here, most notably news of more guest cast members…
I’d have just called it “metatextuality”, but whatever. Thanks to Dax101 in the forum for this, but there’s an article on the Times website this morning (can anyone confirm if it’s in the paper?) that seems to provide the first definite confirmation of elements we’ve been guessing at ever since we first saw Carbug. Spoilers in the link and after the jump, obviously.
Still, the Dave website has updated with some good news – the show will grace the cover of next week’s Total TV Guide, the UK’s premiere multichannel listings and comprehensive transvestitism journal. Hooray!