Nebulous is a BBC Radio 4 post-apocalyptic sci-fic comedy written by Graham Duff, starring Mark Gatiss, Rosie Cavaliero, Graham Duff, Paul Putner and Graham Crowden. I would find it impossible to describe how wonderfully hilarious it is, but I must have listened to every episode four or five times over the years and it still makes me laugh out loud on crowded public transport. The running jokes and parodies/fond nods towards everything from Doctor Who to Jurassic Park to the Stepford Wives make this more than just a throwaway radio comedy, and it’s the show that first made me fall a little bit in love with Mark Gatiss.
Each series has six 30 minute long episodes, and below are Mediafire links to the files. Enjoy! :D
Mediafire folder: [x] link updated 13 April 2013
Clone (2008) Series One (of one)
Clone was a 2008 BBC Three comedy series starring Jonathan Pryce, Stuart McLoughlin, Mark Gatiss and Fiona Glascott. Wikipedia’s plot description is as follows:
“Intended to be a prototype super soldier who will eventually replace Britain’s volunteer Army, his creator, the brilliant scientist Dr Victor Blenkinsop discovers, to both his horror and distaste, that his new super weapon is not quite the awe-inspiring creation he expected. In fact, the clone is more likely to hug someone than shoot them. This modern-day Dr Frankenstein and his monster go on the run hoping to find the neurological trigger that will fix the clone and unlock his superhuman abilities. Unfortunately, they must also avoid Colonel Black and his crack team of security agents, whose mission is to find them and kill them.”
It was pretty resolutely panned by both critics and general viewers, but if the sight of Mark Gatiss in spiffy, spiffy military uniform being a full on eye-rolling, teeth-gnashing mad Colonel is your thing then you can always skip through the scenes he’s not in and just enjoy the rest!
Below are links to the six 28 minute long episodes on both Mediafire and Box (please use MF if possible as Box restrictingly limits monthly bandwidth). The avi files are complete at Box but are split into two parts at MF due to annoying file size restrictions; use hjsplit to reunite them.
Mediafire folder [x]
Box links [x]