There’s something fun about debating a pointless subject, and that’s just what happens in our weekly podcast setisoppO. Each week, we work out what’s the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite. This week, we wonder about quizzes, Davros, and hessian sacks.
We didn’t really cover any weird or esoteric stuff this time though, so no bonus clips or histories for you I’m afraid, sorry.
It’s Friday, so that means there’s a new episode of setisoppO out. If you don’t already know, it’s a podcast about things that don’t have a natural opposite … like, what’s the opposite of a potato? That’s the starting point for a debate, until we finally decide on an answer. This week, we wonder what’s the opposite of a UFO …
Now, I usually like to add something about the episode on this blog, something that’s not on the official podcast site (which you can visit here), but I stumbled across this Tumblr this morning, and I wanted to share it with you.
This person made a movie poster every day last year, and some of the results are fabulous. Have a look through the archive, you won’t be disappointed. In the meantime, here are a few of my favourites.
Another random delve into the Radio Times Guide To TV Comedy turns up a strong memory but little recollection of the CBBC sitcom Galopping Galaxies!
I sort of remembered the theme tune, but it was only when I saw the computer, and heard Kenneth Williams’ voice that I knew I had watched this as a kid. That’s pretty much all I remember though.
It was created and written by Bob Block, who is better known as the creator of Rentaghost, and aired on the BBC for ten episodes in 1985-86. Apparently, there was even a Target novelisation of the show.