Friday, 26 March 2010


Doctor Who [classic]
21x05 The Awakening Part One [2nd watch]
21x06 The Awakening Part Two [2nd watch]
As mentioned yesterday, this was watched for Insomniac Whovian on twitter with @frizfrizzle (though a bit later than planned). See the hashtag #TheAwakening for what we had to say about it.
You might be able to watch The Awakening legally (and for free) on the BBC's YouTube channel's Doctor Who section, but it wouldn't work for us last night.
For the near-future schedule of Insomniac Whovian, look here.

Doctor Who [new]
2x03 School Reunion [3rd watch]
An impromptu Insomniac Whovian. See what we thought on the hashtag #SchoolReunion (they have a pretty obvious format, these).

Mad Men
3x10 The Color Blue
Looks like it's all about to hit the fan...
[Watch it again in HD on iPlayer.]

Richard Hammond's Invisible Worlds
Part 2 Out of Sight
[Watch it (again) in HD on iPlayer.]


Doctor Who: It’s About Time by Ian Wylie
(from Life of Wylie)
A full transcript of the Moffat/Smith/Gillan interview from the Doctor Who press launch. Great for fans.

See you at the movies by Roger Ebert
(from Roger Ebert's Journal)
Being in the UK, I've never seen the recently-cancelled series At the Movies, but this is an interesting post nonetheless.

When Headlines Don't Match Their Pictures: The Funniest News Photo Fails Ever by Katla McGlynn
(from The Huffington Post)
They are funny!

Collection Count

Collection Count tracks my DVD/Blu-ray collection via a number of statistics every week.

Number of titles in collection: 1,156 [up 2]
Of which DVDs: 1,081 [up 2]
Of which Blu-rays: 75 [no change]

Number of discs in collection: 2,811 [up 2]
Number of films in collection: 1,222 [up 3]
Number of TV episodes in collection: 3,874 [no change]

Statistic of the week:

Number of Doctor Who stories I own that I've never seen:

This week's stat is inspired by a comment on twitter, and is vaguely related to the the Statistic of the Week from January 29th.

See you next week, faithful reader.