My new Youtube video is coming so hard you won't realise I'm talking about the first RTD era Who Spin-off, Torchwood!
I reach the end of my epic Doctor Who rewatch and comment on the most recent season and the (still just about) brand new Doctor.
Yet another video as I'm nearly bang up to date with my Doctor's. He's the youngest Doctor and the one who was in the role when there was all sorts of behind the scenes strife. How well did he manage.
Sadly, I forgot to say "Hi" to long term reader Snowkatt as I promised, but there's always next time.
Also, for some reason, as I write this it seems to be impossible to post comments in Firefox unless you're replying to a pre-existing comment. I've no idea why (and will chase it up if it continues), but for now please use another browser.
After a lengthy gap, three videos in one week. Can you handle it?
Be warned, I cut out mid-word. New camera, same editing skills.
My latest video sees me deal with YouTube's suggestions of how I could improve my videos in a mature and sensible way, whilst talking about the Doctor who brought the series back but is remembered more for the behind the scenes controversy more than anything else.
It's a rambly one, even by my standards.
My second video in less than a week (curse these Doctor's who don't hang around long enough), looks at the lengthy period when Doctor Who spent his brief screen-time snogging girls and hanging around Albert Square. Marvel at my inability to tell the difference between Comic Relief and Children in Need. No wonder YouTube just advised me my videos are shit. Huzzah!
After a year and a half, I've completed my rewatch of the entire original run of Doctor Who. But before I delve into American telemovies and Welsh filming, was the little Scottish guy as good as Peter Jackson thinks?
A variety of background noises conspire to keep me from sharing my thoughts on the most controversial era of the entire run of Doctor Who. You might even say it's a trial. All in my new YouTube video!
It's my Youtube video looking at the pleasant open faced Doctor Who that was Peter Davison.
My full YouTube thoughts on getting to meet Uncle Bob, why it's important not to treat Simon Furman as ubiquitous at these events, how I showed Lalla Ward what a real intellectual looks like and how- even when recording a second take where I have to get through it quicker- I still don't know how to stop talking at the end.
Stuart Webb. Who knows everything about nothing and not a lot about that.