SciFiPulse

As you'll know by now. We're back! And last night kicked off our run of 2010 shows with a best and the worst show, which featured a brief intevriew with Russell Tovey from the great British Genre series Being Human, which started its second season last night on BBC THREE.

If you missed last nights show, no worries. It is the featured show of the moment and is available both here at blogtalk and on iTunes by typing in SciFiPulse at the iTunes Store.

Anyway, now that we've got a start on the new year. Here is what you can expect to see out the rest of January.

Our next show, which is on Sunday the 17 January at the usual time. We'll feature an exclusive interview with Damian Kindler the writer, producer and creator behind Sanctuary. In the interview he talks about how the show has evolved from its roots as a web series, and discusses the introduction of Kate Freelander, and how much of a tough call it was to make.

Sunday, 24 January will see us doing something a little different. The featured interview is with a Boston Based Alternative Band called 'Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling' who are working on a CD of music inspired by the original 1960's version of 'The Prisoner'. The band and I discuss the merits of Spy Fi television and movies and have a bit of a laugh. So it's well worth the listen for the good factor.

Sunday 31, which sees out January. We feature an exclusive interview with Ryan Robbins. Better known to fans of Sanctuary as Computer Geek and Werewolf Henry Foss. During the course of the interview we discuss how the role of Henry has grown from a recurring character into a full time cast member, and we also talk a little about Ryan's role in the new Syfy Series Caprica as well as a number of other related topics.

And that as they say, is that for the month of January.

Stay tuned and keep watching this space for further announcements.

Thanks as ever for your patronage.

Ian M. Cullen and the Team.

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