Same, rarely listen to them. Given I am download only, I really don't get why the music suites and interviews are often split up and put at the end of the first "disk". For the download files it really wouldn't create anymore work to move them to after the final episode. As it is, I go and do that when I download the file - I also delete the BF stinger they stick on just about every story, while I fully understand its purpose, it is still annoying.
Is the 'stinger' the bit we're Nick tells us we're listening to a Big Finish production? I get rid of that as well.
The music suites though - I generally love 'em. In fact, I've bunched a few together and stuck them into an MP3 collection folder and give it a play from time to time. You can't beat doing the housework to the strains of Jamie Robertson's Robophobia or Equilibrium by Richard Fox and Lauren Yason. I recommend it to anyone!
One of the my favourite suites is for 'The Wreck of the Titan', because (as I recall from the interviews) for that story the music was more integral to the production than sometimes, and it shows. Epic!
If it's been pulled at the BBC's request whilst the show is either under investigation or under the possibility of investigation, Nick may be wiser to not bring it up. I'm not sure there's a huge deal he could add anyway.
Interesting podcast this week! On the one hand Nic seemed elated!(Probably due to the success of the 9th Doctor launch)On the other hand he seemed more than a little irritated by certain people who's reviews criticised his scripts.Pointing out that he had the right to reply,which is fair enough!Also a nice tribute from Nic looking back to the amazing Paul Spragg(God rest his Soul)
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