Christian Cawley chats to Gareth Kavanagh about recent Room 5064 productions, including the Edinburgh Fringe run of We Apologise for the Inconvenience, a play by Mark Griffiths about Douglas Adams’ famous writer’s block.

Episode 31 Shownotes:

To celebrate the release of the famous “incomplete” #DoctorWho classic Shada, Christian Cawley, James Baldock and Simon Danes take a look at the new version, and compare it with its predecessors…

…and ask the question: is Shada actually any good? And was Douglas Adams really “all that”? We also touch upon the 1992 version, the 2003 version from Big Finish and BBCi, as well as the Gareth Roberts novelization.

Oh, and look out for the story of a young Simon Danes writing to Christopher “Skagra” Neame…

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Christian Cawley chats with Gareth Kavanagh in the latest BeyondKasterborous podcast, focusing on the career of Douglas Adams, taking in Monty Python, the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (books, audio, TV, and cinema), a brief mention of Doctor Who, The Meaning of Liff, and even Hyperland.

All of this nice leads to details from Gareth of his latest independent Room 5064 theatre production, We Apologise for the Inconvenience, which tells the story of Douglas Adams attempting to overcome writer’s block…

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