DwarfCast 66 - Gunmen of the Apocalypse Commentary featured image
Subscribe to DwarfCasts:  RSS  •  iTunes

To celebrate the dawning of a new year, and to help ease you through the production perineum, DwarfCast commentaries are BACK. And it's a biggie - by popular demand, we tackle Series VI Episode 3 Gunmen of the Apocalypse, which is officially the third best episode of all time.

Read more →

DwarfCast 59 - Back In The Red Commentary featured image
Subscribe to DwarfCasts:  RSS  •  iTunes

Nearly a decade ago, we embarked on a mission to record commentaries for every single episode of Red Dwarf. Progress is slow, and occasionally entire years will pass without an update, but we'll get there eventually. However, getting a high proportion of G&T staffers in the same room at the same is a rare, nay freak occurrence, and so when we actually get a chance to blabber through an episode of our favourite show together, we usually want it to be an episode we actually like. Luckily, two men with strong stomachs and erratic sleeping patterns are on hand to wade through the shit bits when all others have gone home or fallen asleep...

Read more →

DwarfCast 58 - Terrorform Commentary featured image
Subscribe to DwarfCasts:  RSS  •  iTunes

Fans of how Robert Llewellyn pronounces "terror" rejoice as our critical DwarfCasting eyes have finally fallen on the mildly underrated series V episode Terrorform. Join television's Ian Symes, Sweden's Danny Stephenson and disappointment's Jonathan Capps as they discuss Kryten's metaphor hunt, Chris Barrie's slippery pliance, uneven leg joints and, as a special 'treat', the remaining deleted scenes from the Series V DVD.

Read more →

DwarfCast 54 - Future Echoes Commentary featured image
Subscribe to DwarfCasts:  RSS  •  iTunes

Yes, the least reliable Red Dwarf podcast in the universe is BACK. Brilliant. We return once more to the realm of episode commentaries by going almost back to the beginning for Future Echoes. Does it justify its reputation as an all time classic? Is there a pre-determination paradox at play? What's the deal with the light above Lister's bunk? Join us as we fail to answer these questions and more, with G&T regulars Ian Symes and Danny Stephenson joined by very ordinary guests Jezzmund Tutu, Rich Lawden and Tom Pyott.

Read more →

High & Low: DVD Extras featured image

Welcome to the second installment of our, ahem, "monthly" series, looking at ten of the very best and five of the very worst offerings from one given area of the wider Red Dwarf universe. And the reason you've been waiting two months for the second installment of this monthly series is that the topic is something that's proved very difficult to put into order - namely DVD Extras. We've been treated to some of the finest DVD packages that TV comedy has to offer, with hours upon hours of well-researched, fascinating and hilarious extras accompanying each series. How on Titan is it possible to decide which brilliant thing is better than another brilliant thing, or to come up with five that aren't brilliant? Read on to find out...

Read more →

DwarfCast 52 - Pete Commentary featured image
Subscribe to DwarfCasts:  RSS  •  iTunes

Get out your map, identify the nearest hill, and bloodly well run for it because G&T are doing a Red Dwarf VIII commentary and that shit's never pretty. In previous years the Krytie TV commentary decended into a pathetic, drunken argument, and the commentary for Cassandra was so soul crushingly depressing that we never even bothered releasing it.

Read more →

DwarfCast 51 - Holoship Commentary featured image
Subscribe to DwarfCasts:  RSS  •  iTunes

It takes a special type of willful negligence to leave G&T so rarely updated since the 25th Anniversary earlier this year, but we've somehow managed to top that by completely forgetting we had two DwarfCasts sat in the bank ready to be published all this time.  Oh well!

Read more →

DwarfCast 49 - Justice Commentary featured image
Subscribe to DwarfCasts:  RSS  •  iTunes

Once more the G&T team have assembled to talk about one of them Red Dwarf episodes everyone seems to like these days, and also cover another series of deleted scenes, worts and all. The voices in which Justice will be done are: Ian Symes, John Hoare, Tanya Jones, Daniel Stephenson, Jonathan Capps and the Fan Club's Jo Sharples.

Read more →