This Week's DCMG Digest - 21st to 27th September


Here's a round up of all the new articles this week on The DreamCage and AlbieMedia websites...

On The DreamCage - https://www.thedreamcage.com/

"There are quotes from the shows, dozens of beautiful photos, both of food and Friends episodes, and notes from Chef Monica dotted around the pages when needed" 

Susan Omand read Friends: The Official Cookbook by Amanda Yee...



"shows potential for intrigue, but it leaves too many threads dangling" 

With the film out on DVD and Digital HD release tomorrow, Ren Zelen watched Bay of Silence...




"Most people wouldn’t want their most embarrassing night ever turned into a film"

Now on Amazon Prime, Steve Taylor-Bryant watched Lost in London...


https://www.thedreamcage.com/2020/09/film-lost-in-london.html


"I love it when 'The Movie' is in the title of a movie."

This week, it's Morphin' Time (and nothing to do with a little plasticine guy) on the Was This Always Weird podcast ...

https://www.thedreamcage.com/2020/09/podcast-was-this-always-weird-mighty.html



On 26th December 2019, 627 pieces of Classic Doctor Who content were made available to Britbox subscribers. Every Sunday in 2020, our Doctor Who expert, Tony Cross, looks back at some of the classic stories.

Here are Tony's thoughts on...



Billy Joel throwing a stone through a plate glass window

Meanwhile on AlbieMedia - https://www.albiemedia.com/

"a rhythm that kept the punters down the local discotheque shaking" 

For this week's #SotD80 Jimmy Hunter has a lot of love for George Benson...



"mostly it was just a nice 40 odd minutes listening" 

Thirty years on, Steve Taylor-Bryant looks back at Soul Asylum's album And The Horse They Rode in On...



"There’s a maturity to this that adds texture to the album" 

For this week's TTND80, Jimmy Hunter remembers Billy Joel's Glass Houses...

https://www.albiemedia.com/2020/09/ttnd80-billy-joel.html


Find this week's contributors on Twitter

@Lokster71
@JimJamGin
@STBwrites
@omandoriginal
@RenZelen

and our Podcasting partners @WasThisAlways