The British Invaders podcast features a lively two-person exchange about different television series, tele-films and mini-series. These discussions serve as both an introduction and an entertaining conversation, catering to both those who have seen and those who have yet to see these British science fiction and fantasy shows. Each show is presented in two parts, with new episodes appearing every two weeks. British Invaders covers everything from story-lines to production details to spinoff material. Past topics have included Doctor Who, Sapphire and Steel, Red Dwarf, Day of the Triffids, Jekyll, Robin of Sherwood, and many more.
With topics that range from the captivatingly odd to the addictively entertaining, join hosts Eamonn Clarke and Brian Doob as they discuss British science fiction and related genres. Reach them directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
British Invaders 399: Five Children and It (Part 1)
Five Children and It was 1991 BBC serial based on the book by E Nesbit. What will a group of children do when a sand fairy can grant them wishes? Please send us your comments, questions, requests and complaints. You can reach us at email@example.com, and you can find us on the British Invaders Facebook […]
British Invaders 398: Alice Through the Looking Glass (Part 2)
Alice Through the Looking Glass was a very faithful adaptation of the Lewis Carol novel Through the Looking Glass (which was the sequel to Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland). This 1973 BBC production features Sarah Sutton as Alice. Sutton would go on to play Doctor Who Companion Nyssa in the 1980s. Please send us your comments, […]
British Invaders 397: Alice Through the Looking Glass (Part 1)
Alice Through the Looking Glass was a 1973 BBC adaptation of Lewis Carol’s novel Through the Looking Glass. It stars future Doctor Who Companion Sarah Sutton. Please send us your comments, questions, requests and complaints. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and you can find us on the British Invaders Facebook Group. On Twitter, we […]
British Invaders 396: The War of the Worlds (Part 2)
The War of the Worlds was a 2019 BBC adaptation of the novel by H.G. Wells. It was partly set during the early-twentieth-century martian invasion, and part of it takes place in the horrific aftermath. Please send us your comments, questions, requests and complaints. You can reach us at email@example.com, and you can find us […]
British Invaders 395: The War of the Worlds (Part 1)
The War of the Worlds was a 2019 adaptation of H.G. Wells’ classic novel. Can George and Amy survive the martian invasion? Please send us your comments, questions, requests and complaints. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and you can find us on the British Invaders Facebook Group. On Twitter, we are @BritInvadersPod. British Invaders […]
British Invaders 394: The Georgian House (Part 2)
The Georgian House was a 1976 serial from ITV. When two present-day teenagers are sent back to 1772, they interact with a British slave trader and his family. Can they rescue a tenager called Ngo from slavery? Some missing episodes leave us with an incomplete story, but the surviving episodes show us how children’s television […]
A Retro-British T.V. Chat
A very fun and informative podcast about T.V. shows from the U.K..The shows the two host covers are that of a sci-fi,horror,and fantasy theme. Give it a listen.Highly recommend!
Interesting show about British TV
A well researched and informative podcast about British TV shows, some of which made it across the pond and some which didn't. The hosts give a review and general history of each show. Then they discuss availablity to rent or purchase through the various movie and TV rental services in the US, UK and Canada. Greatly expanded my viewing list.
One of My Favorites
I look forward to this show popping up in my iTunes queue. The hosts work well together, which is great considering they are on different points of the Earth as they record. They come to each episode with a solid knowledge of the episode they are going to talk about. In addition to their review of the particular show, they tell you about its availabilty, interesting trivia, and any spinoffs. I've learned a lot about British television in listening to this podcast. And the number one thing this show has going for it, is that the hosts stay on topic. They don't talk about themselves or gossip about British tv news. They keep these episodes evergreen so that a newcomer can start at episode one and enjoy each episode as much as the person who has been there from the beginning. Keep up the great work.