Episode 57 – Time for Harry Carmel

harrycarmelof dragons and starships – Episode 57 – Time for Harry Carmel

Angus finds the tardis and decides to take a ride to Mars. Somehow he overshoots the planet and finds himself at the core of the galaxy, surrounded by Disney toys. Paul makes a field trip to South America and realizes he has stepped in a blob of historical significance – but dies before he can get the information back to America. CJ dreams of being Ironman but the suit isn’t made of metal but wood laminate covered with autumn leaves.

Whew, gotta stop drinking that cheap whiskey before bed.


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In The News


Richard Davies

Welsh actor Richard Davies, known to a generation of fans as Mr Price or ‘Pricey’ in the sitcom Please Sir! passed away on 8 October 2015, aged 89 years.

Davies was born in Dowlais, Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan on 25 January 1926. He made his television debut on 30 July 1949 in a BBC Welsh comedy drama called Choir Practice which also featured an early performance by Stanley Baker and made an unaccredited performance in the classic Ealing comedy The Lavender Hill Mob in 1951. A number of character parts followed including 5 appearances in No Hiding Place (1964-67) and in an episode of The Saint (The Fiction Makers) in 1967.

More roles followed in Dixon of Dock Green, Special Branch, Two in Clover and Softly, Softly before landing the role as Mr. Price, exasperated schoolmaster in the LWT series Please Sir! and appeared in all 55 episodes from 1968 to 1972. In 1973 he took another regular role as Grimble in Thames Television’s Roberts Robots.

From 1973 to 1974 Davies appeared in Coronation Street as shopkeeper Idris Hopkins and in 1976 as Clive in the sitcom Oh No, It’s Selwyn Froggitt. Davies was rarely off our screens for the next two decades, appearing in In Loving Memory, Bottle Boys, Fawlty Towers, Big Deal and the Doctor Who story Delta and the Bannermen.

In 1996 Davies played the role of Father Hopkins in And the Beat Goes On, an eight-part drama series set in 1960s Liverpool, England about two families dealing with the changing times. His last television appearance was in a 1997 episode of Dad.


Using submarine knowledge to prep for Mars missions.  Finally somebody is paying attention to SciFi Writers.


Battlestar Galactica Role Playing Games

Anyone listening actually play this?

About time the tube generated something besides smog and thugs.  Check this!


The Marvel Cinematic Universe is moving along.


Israeli Lunar probe being launched on a Falcon 9 


NASA’s Mars plan…maybe for our grandkids at this rate.




NoCo Maker Faire 


Pluto, how much we can get wrong by not sending exploration missions.


“Star Trek” Impulse Engines are Being Created

DiLithium Crystals powering a spaceship…shivers.


Question(s) of the Week

If you could be transported to anywhere in the galaxy, where would you go?


Books, Audio Books, Comic Books, TV, Vintage SciFi TV, Movies

Audio Books

Assault Troopers  {Anyone else think that is a Vorlon Ship?}



Comic Books

Harbinger Wars published by Valiant Entertainment


Groot #5

Television –

Heroes Reborn
Vintage SciFi TV


Star Trek TOS S1E6 Mudd’s Women



Roger C. Carmel


Intergalactic pimp.

All Mudd’s women better be wearin their jimmies!

Somebody just exited Momma’s basement.
B-Movie Blindness

CALTIKI-The Immortal Monster(1959)

Watch the evidence movie then have a drum off musical number.  Caltiki, bring it!  The dialogue is priceless white man.  “What the devil has got into the Indians?”  Meanwhile John’s friend is trying to get a leg up on his wife.  John and his wife, separate beds, dressed in their day clothes.  Some second honeymoon. Every SciFi Monster becomes the blob.  

You’re a unicellular organism.  Let’s tell somebody not to do something…so that they will do it.   Hey you, Don’t play cards on I-25!  Is it working yet?

A cure for Max’s face?  I could think of some things.  

So let’s get a sample of the blob and bombard it with radiation…because that will be interesting.

Meanwhile, Max thinks he’s found a cure for his face.  It can only come from Ellen’s crotch!  Bring on the FLAMES!



Shameless Plug-Ins

Angus H Day

Next You Universe

CJ McKee

Mountain Dragon Media

Paul Schiola



PSA:  Consume Entertainment, Review it.  Be legit, do not return.  Selling dead tree used is cool.  Returning ebooks and audio books is theft.



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