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Three Torchwood audio plays prequels to the upcoming mini-series Children of Earth are now available from BBC Radio 4 via the BBC iPlayer and download (downloads for the UK only). Each audio play is 45 minutes and will be available starting Wednesday, 1 July with the story Asylum, following it is Golden Age on Thursday, 2 July, and then finishing off the series is The Dead Line on Friday, 3 July.
The audio plays stars original television cast members, John Barrowman, Eve Myles, Gareth David-Lloyd, Kai Owen, and Tom Price.
What does everyone think of Torchwood: Asylums.
I enjoyed it, though I don't think it was as good as the previous radio play, Torchwood: Lost Souls.
It kind of fizzled out in the end, though as Chip from Two Minute Timelord points out, I did like the character development for PC Andy, and I think this will play some role in next week's Torchwood: Children of Earth.
On another note, I like the album artwork from Amazon better than the included BBC Radio 4 album artwork.
We like Johnny Depp 'cause Johnny Depp likes Withnail!
We love Gugu M'Batha-Raw (Martha's sister) too - she played Ophelia in this Donmar production of "Hamlet." I hope they let her appear in the Broadway transfer. It will never come to LA, though. Which sucks:
That's the big news of the day from me!
Just when you think there are no more good vampire stories to tell with originality (I mean is TWLIGHT all that good as a movie or a book?), along comes something like this. There is much to say about this movie and book, most of the content controversial. First of all, the movie has great performances, great cinematography, great location work, and great effects and make up. The music is fiting and the atmosphere good. It avoids most cliches of the vampire genre and makes the setting lit well even at night. I don't really scare easily, especially from vampire movies but this one...isn't scary but disturbing. Mostly from the humans but also the vampire, as she's uncompromising in her kills