Goodies Podcast Christmas Special 2010.
Commentary for The Goodies' series 9 (LWT) episode ROBOT. This edition of the GP features special guest host Isabell Olevall (from 'the Sveeden'!) filling in for an absent Jane-o.
Commentary for 'For Those in Peril on the Sea', featuring no guest stars, but with a song by Stevie Rigsby, some news, and Nastyperson. Jeffers & Jane get a bit over-excited and the really bad puns start to flow...
A commentary for 'Daylight Robbery on the Orient Express', where Jeffers and Jane are joined by fellow Perthian fan of The Goodies, Robert Haynes.
Professor Dave gets along to the Goodies' in-store DVD signing at HMV in Oxford St, London. He chats to the Goodies themselves, plus fans of the show and some of the organisers. Thanks Prof!
TV historian Andrew Pixley gives his first non-print interview in 27 years, celebrating the release of his new book 'The Goodies: Super Chaps Three', just in time for the show's 40th anniversary. Enjoy!
Double interview special - we chat with Hayley Sim from the ABC about her work producing promos for The Goodies repeats and other shows, plus we have an event report from Stevie Rigsby about the Goodies Party with TBT in Manchester!
Hayley Sim: 2min to 17min30sec
Stevie Rigsby: 17min35sec to 38min20sec
It's THE GOODIES' 40th Anniversary this week! We celebrate their debut on November 8th 1970 by sharing peoples' stories of how they became Goodies fans. Plus clips from this week's promo appearances on BBC Radio and The One Show.
Commentary for 'The Goodies Rule OK' special from 1975. Guests are Jeb Perrett and Nape Taverner from the BEARCAST. Eey!
Jeffers chats to Gerri and Eugenia from Women Talk Sci-Fi about The Goodies' futuristic & spacey moments. Was The Goodies far more Sci-fi than we think? Plus a preview of Andrew Pixley's first interview in 27 years...
More news leading up to The Goodies' 40th anniversary: Andrew Pixley's 'Super Chaps Three', fan petitions, re-release of the Funky Gibbon. Plus Cybertesticle podcast's John Branigan reviews The Book of Kells, a Doctor Who audio drama starring Graeme Garden. Choice bro!
Guest stars on this commentary for EARTHANASIA are Tony Gallichan (The Flashing Blade podcast) and Professor Dave. Also in this belly-button-obsessed extra-long episode are lashings of Goodies news items and audio clips. Enjoy!
The podcast team go to Perth Zoo to visit the primates, inspired by Bill Oddie. They took along Rolf-on-a-stick and hung out with the gibbons.
Back For More, Again! ...is the title of the NEW DVD announced for release on November 8 2010 by the glorious bods at Network DVD. Hail Network! Jeffers chats with four Goodies fans about the exciting news.
Graeme goes gibbon and Witch Hazel is just nuts... Jeff and Jane pull That Old Black Magic out of a hat for an instant improv commentary.