Following on from Chris Moyles' Red Dwarf clips, yet more Red Dwarf clips have been played on the nation's popular radio station, as Joey of BTLi reveals:

Scott Mills (of Southampton fame) used clips of Lister to play down the phone line as a prank on a Planetarium in the US. I think Scott got a little trigger happy with the 'bazookoids' clip though...

I actually hate this item usually (bog stand lazy LETS LAFF AT THE UNSUSPECTING PUBLICS, type crap) but it's still good to hear Dwarf clips on prime-time Radio 1, all the same. Someone at the station obivously got a Series VI DVD for their birthday.

Anyway, through the magic of audio streaming and recording software, you can listen to it for yourselves.

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So. How much did Dr Who steal from Red Dwarf this week? Of course, it may not have been stolen, but as a Red Dwarf fan, I can only hope it was :)

Updated again!Firstly - A main character called Cassandra. Which as Seb Patrick has kindly pointed out, was the Last Human. A bit less fat than our Last Human though.

Rose: They're just so alien.
Doctor: Who?
Rose: The aliens. You look at them, and they're alien.
Rimmer: Look, you're not thinking alien. That's what aliens are: alien. They do alien things. Things that are... alien.

Rose: She's dead now. Five billion years later, my mum's dead.
Rimmer: Well, what do you suggest, give up white bread? More roughage!?

And last of all, Mr Ian of Symes has rather excellently noted that the person who played the Steward was Simon Day, who played Number Two in Holoship.

Number TwoSome Blue Bloke
Number Two and The Steward of "Platform 1" (Not The Man on Platform 5)

And thanks to Adn in the comments for watching Series VIII intently enough to realise that Yasmin Bannerman played a tree. Without standing there with her arms stretched out rather sadly.
Hello, this is Ground ControlAnd now I'm a tree!
Ground Controller and a Tree

All images © BBC.

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Nicked from my friend Gemma's blog; it appears that tubby, talentless DJ Chris Moyles played a clip from Psirens on his show this morning:

Lister: "...And worst of all, we're down to our last two thousand poppadoms..."


As surmised by Gem, this is most likely to do with Craig appearing in the The Games, which I really should get round to watching at some point.

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