DwarfCast 15 – Stasis Leak Commentary DwarfCasts Posted by Seb Patrick on 7th February 2009, 01:53 Subscribe to DwarfCasts: RSS • iTunes At this time of high drama and excitement in the Red Dwarf world, only one thing can top the Carbug picture… At this time of high drama and excitement in the Red Dwarf world, only one thing can top the Carbug picture… DwarfCast 15 – Stasis Leak Commentary (27.8MB) Yes, DwarfCasts are back! For those of you who are new to the site, you may or may not be aware that these are our incredibly sporadic series of podcasts, recorded whenever we manage to get a few of us together in one place and can be arsed to switch on a microphone. More often than not, these take the form of drunken commentaries on episodes – an appealing prospect, I’m sure you’ll agree. Our latest set of BLATHERING, then, is on the series II classic “Stasis Leak” (#14 in the G&T episode poll) – and as a very special treat, in addition to the usual suspects of John Hoare, Ian Symes, Tanya Jones and Seb Patrick (due to his being deficient in the London department, the dulcet tones of Jonathan Capps are absent for what I think is the first time EVER on a DwarfCast), we’ve brought in a special guest star known as Julian Hazeldine, who might be the first person ever to appear on a fansite podcast about something that they actively hate! Oh, and yes, I used the word “podcast”. I’m not a traitor to the cause, it’s just that… well, in addition to relaunching the series, we’ve stuck the bastards on iTunes. So they sort of technically ARE podcasts now. Alright, I AM a traitor to the cause. Anyway, you may well have noticed some funky little icons in the site’s sidebar, such as this one : … which will handily pop up a certain bit of clunky jukebox and music store software, and take you straight the page from which you can have the ‘Casts automatically plugged DIRECTLY INTO YOUR BRAIN from now on. Meanwhile, if you haven’t yet joined Steve Jobs’ Glorious Socialist Empire, but you’d still quite like to subscribe to Dwarfcasts whenever they appear, then you can click on their special RSS link instead : Happy listening!