Vale Doc Martin, Nice in Nice & Murder on the Murray
The Pod Well Travelled
It's a packed show this week as Geoffrey Thomas says goodbye to Port Isaac and Doc Martin, Stephen Scourfield reports from Nice in France and Will Yeoman speaks with Cluedunnit's Robbie Burns about Imagine Holiday's Murder Mystery on the Murray Princess. Hosted by Will YeomanSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jumbo Ep:421 - 15.06.22 - Doc Martin Tour - Port Isaac
Jumbo with Tony James
Jumbo Ep:421 - 15.06.22 - Doc Martin Tour - Port IsaacSupport me on Patreon at:www.patreon.com/Jumbowww.buymeacoffee.com/jumbowww.jumbopodcast.comYou can listen on Spotify, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Spreaker and many others.Email: Jumbopodcast@gmail.comFacebook: /TonyJamesComedyTwitter: @TonyJamesComedyInstagram: @TonyJamesComedy
Dr Bill Martin is a former co-chair of SNUG and has recently moved on after a long spell in general practice, during which he experienced progressive computerization of all aspects of general practice. We discussed why he still thinks general practice is a great career choice, why he thinks many of the changes which have happened during the pandemic will stick, and why we will have to be careful about “opening up” surgeries again. He reflects on impending GP systems changes, having been through it all before, and recommends lots of planning as many systems are replaced over the next few years. He decides how he might spend a billion pounds on improving GP IT in Scotland, and we discussed whether general practice might benefit from having a spin doctor at the moment! We also got on to debating whether he might want to consider running for prime minister and, of course, whether Scotland might beat Ireland at rugby? Email Alex De Franco email@example.com with any comments on this or other SNUG podcasts. SNUG regional meetings BBC News article on face to face GP consultations on Scotland. Downing Street parties: How many wine bottles fit in a suitcase, and other questions Summary of The Machine Stops Read The Machine Stops here. Neil Young: Rockin’ in the free world
There are shows that teleport one to where they are set in, to such an immersive degree that one becomes familiar with the characteristic life of that place. And today’s Lost and Found ushers us to the idyllic, sleepy Cornish fishing village of Port Isaac in Northern Cornwall which is depicted as Portwenn (pronounced ‘Port when’) on screen. Yes, you guessed it right, we’re talking about Doc Martin. The show’s about the eponymous grumpy and uptight doctor who finds himself in a pickle when he decides to move to rural Cornwall to set up practice. Headlined by Martin Clunes, the show works for its disarmingly matter-of-fact style of comedy which is rarely seen on TV anymore. The 2004 show hardly made a splash on TV and some even found it to be rather uneventful. One may agree that there’s very little that happens in Portwenn and what does transpire may seem too trivial to make the audience sit up and take notice. But it’s the bumbling exchanges between the idiosyncratic characters that make up for the show’s sluggish pace. The muted humour largely centres around Doc Martin’s inability to keep up with Portwenn’s locals – a gossipy bunch with little refrain who can’t be bothered to maintain the British reserve. Needless to say, each episode follows the hapless doctor as he goes beyond his call of duty to assist a Portwenn local negotiate a peculiar challenge. So, if you’re in the mood for a show that helps you unwind and furnishes a comforting mood with some light comedy tossed in, add Doc Martin to your watchlist right away. Doc Martin can be streamed on Netflix.Well, that's the Lost and Found for today's podcast, I shall be back again soon with a new episode. Until then it's your host Nikhil signing out.
*SELADOR PREMIERE* Steve Parry - 303V (Doc Martin Remix)
Selador Recordings Podcasts
Selador boss man (job share) Steve Parry is turning 50. Hard to believe when you look at the man's effervescence and energy as he juggles Selador with regular high level gigs, his bespoke promo company SMP3, and of course his blossoming studio exploits.A true solider of the scene, Steve has dedicated his adult life to club culture, and his abiding passion of discovering and sharing new music, be it from behind the counter at the legendary 3 Beat record store, behind the decks playing at the equally legendary Cream, and as both promoter and resident DJ at cult 00s night Alderaan (all in his home town of Liverpool).He has long sourced tunes for some of the very biggest DJs (initially via vinyl packages sent from 3 Beat, but quickly adapting to a digital service), and SMP3 has worked with many key labels including Sudbeat, Bedrock, Lost and Found, Frau Blau and Renaissance. Steve's knowledge and enthusiasm remain undimmed.The advent of Selador has also given Steve a natural home for his finely crafted productions (bar a couple of exceptions which John Digweed nabbed for Bedrock) - and to celebrate this big birthday milestone, we've invited three of Steve's favourite producers to remix three of his previous Seladorian gems.303V remixed by Doc MartinTalking of soldiers of the scene, Doc Martin, the much-loved globetrotting, genre straddling DJ, takes Steve's paean to the Liverpool club night, maintains the original's addictive squelchiness, while going for a hypnotically funky workout.What You Make It remixed by Renato CohenSelador favourite Renato Cohen from Brazil keeps the peak time spirit of last year's What You Make It very much intact but adds his own inimitable twist to proceedings. Bass face!Fenner remixed by BebettaCompleting our titanic trio, Berlin's creative powerhouse Bebetta takes Steve's evergreen Fenner and wraps its inescapable vocal hook in a dreamy techno blanket. Gorgeous.Team Selador – Reworkers of the world unite.
She's a Clinical Psychologist, Certified Imago Relationship Therapist, former College Professor and Author, but who is Dr. Tanya Martin?The tables are turned as Dr. Martin is interviewed by her longtime friend Mr. Charlie Beckham. Learn what led up to her launching a podcast, how she wants you to feel after each episode and why she's banned the word "crazy" from her vocabulary.Doing Life Afraidhttps://www.drtmartin.com/order-new-bookKeep in touch:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/DrTanyaMartin/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dr.tanyamartin/Website - https://www.drtmartin.com/
The LISTED LAGOSIAN is a Lagos-centric show designed to showcase the many characters of Lagos, through anecdotes from her residents, Indigenes, and lovers. Through this show we aspire to profile the city, its history, people, architecture, diversity, values, entertainment, arts, business, music and all other layers of the colourful “City of imagination”!
Katherine Parkinson – Actor (The IT Crowd, Doc Martin)
The BAFTA-winning actress talks about her path into television and film via the theatre stage. She chats Doc Martin, The IT Crowd, the comradery with actors like Philip Seymour Hoffman and Bill Nighy on Richard Curtis's Pirate Radio, as well her role in The Guernsey Literary and Potato Pie Society, pivotal scenes with Benedict Cumberbatch in Sherlock and recent BBC lockdown comedy Pandemonium.