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    Default Massanicassa- Trailer added!



    PRESENT
    MASSANICASSA


    "How can I remember something I know nothing about?

    Nick is hearing voices in his head, telling him of a mysterious world somewhere in time and space...

    Rob hears Nick's voice in his dreams... a singe word and a scream.

    The Doctor is shocked to hear a word he hasn't heard for many, many years...

    MASSANICASSA.

    What dark secrets has the Doctor been hiding for years? Who do the voices Nick is hearing belong to? Will Rob find a pair of shoes that fit?

    And just what will they all find on Massanicassa?
    Yes, finally, the PS Audio I started writing in 2008 and which we started recording in 2009 is coming to Planet Skaro in June 2011!

    Come back later today when we launch the trailer!

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    Yeah, yeah - nice try, Si.

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    Its not April first - can it be true ? !!
    Bazinga !

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    I'm truly excited about this one, its been so long.

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    Well folks, it's a long, long time until Let's Kill Hitler but never fear, the PS Audios are back!

    Next Saturday we'll be premiering the very first episode of a new 4 part adventure, Massanicassa, and to whet your appetite, here's a trailer...
    http://www.planetskaro.org.uk/Massan...PS Trail 1.mp3

    Enjoy!

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    Wow, terrific trailer. I've know idea what it's all about, but excellent trailer anyway!!!

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    Quite simply stunning.

    Si.

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    Four parts! Epic!

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    Huzzah! It's all sounding very eerie! I'm also relieved to have played no part in this one, so I can be completely surprised!

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    Thanks for all the kind comments folks. There are lots of surprises ahead...

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    I have no idea what its about and I was in it!

    Sounds brilliant and I'm so glad its finally appeared cos I know how hard it was to put together, so congrats Si for persevering.

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    You really should know by now Paul, given how many times you've recorded the blinking thing!

    Si.

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    True. The up side to it though is that I've done loads of different bits over the years and can't remember the actual script. I know roughly what happens but when I listen it'll all be fairly frsh which will be fun.

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    You're all lucky- I know this almost off by heart in places. I've been working on it that long!

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    A bit like Tom Baker, I only know my little bits.

    After this weekend, I'm determined to work double entendres into as many posts as possible, for as long as I can keep it up.

    Oooh, coconut macaroons!

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    After this weekend, I'm determined to work double entendres into as many posts as possible, for as long as I can keep it up.
    I see you're doing a good job of keeping your end up so far...

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    He's becoming more English every day. He's already keeping a stiff upper one.

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    Ages and ages ago, when this story was thought to be premiering at the start of 2010, Si Hunt made this fabulous video... Thought it was time we posted a new link to it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4fSEwqg8OI

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    Nicely atmospheric.

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    Hooray for Si's Gran!

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    I'd forgotten just how good that video trailer is!!!

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    I'm stil yet to listen to a PS audio (), but have to say I saw the trailer on FB and thought it was excellent!
    “If my sons did not want wars, there would be none.” - Gutle Schnaper Rothschild

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    Come on Steve - time to lose your PS Audio virginity!

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    But which lovely-looking play will Steve give his audio Cherry to?

    Si.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Si Hunt View Post
    But which lovely-looking play will Steve give his audio Cherry to?

    Si.
    As tempting as it is to suggest one of the more modern ones (purely because the production has improved so much and regular actors are really into playing to their character's strengths etc) I really do think that to get the best out of the continuing themes and running gags that you would be better off going back to the begining - so I would say 'Echoes of the Protii'. It's a great story in it's own right and even though you can hear the odd microphone pop or the odd wobbly voice - it's still a great audio play.
    it's worth hearing for Wayne's character in the cafe!!!!

    They are worth making the time for - personally I don't think there's been a duff one yet - they are all good stories and the comedy in them is excellent!

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    Yay Andrew!

    I don't suppose you could relate that message to everyone you know?

    Actually, Echoes is a good place to start. You get introduced to Scott and Vera, there's the Clear Waters soap opera and dark evil since before the dawn of time! Hurrah.

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