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PostPosted: Thu Nov 08, 2012 7:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I quite agree! Though even Steed 'n' Cathy on telly are scorching Sahara-hot compared to the cryogenic Fiennes/Thurman interactions... is chemistry even possible at Absolute Zero? Wink
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Thanks for the great review, Franky, and for the purchase, which extends the offer by another two weeks. So you're doing others a service too!
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 09, 2012 12:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks to a couple of purchases, the deal can now be extended until November 23rd, so anyone who is interested, please drop me a line.

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 09, 2012 8:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Are radio Steed and Emma identical to their TV counterparts? No, but that's the point. They're recognisable, but Donald Monat and Diane Appleby put their own spin on the characters, just the way the writers put their own spin on the TV episode plots. In many ways, it feels like Avengerland canted slightly to the side (and how Avengers is that?) It's essentially an Alternate Universe Avengerland. Steed is Steed, but with a slightly wrier sense of humour. Emma is Emma, but, given that some of the stories were originally written for Tara, is a bit of an Emma/Tara hybrid--this Emma is actually an official, trained agent, part of the Ministry's institution. We also get another take on Mother, who in some ways comes across more like Steed's Gale era superiors, like One-Ten. Oh yes, and there's a narrator, who occasionally steps out of the parameters of his role and comments on the wisdom of the protagonists' next move.


So in this 'alternative 1972 Avengers' Steed and Emma are getting it on and there is no Tara. Interesting idea.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 09, 2012 8:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Timeless A-Peel wrote:

Are radio Steed and Emma identical to their TV counterparts? No, but that's the point. They're recognisable, but Donald Monat and Diane Appleby put their own spin on the characters, just the way the writers put their own spin on the TV episode plots. In many ways, it feels like Avengerland canted slightly to the side (and how Avengers is that?) It's essentially an Alternate Universe Avengerland. Steed is Steed, but with a slightly wrier sense of humour. Emma is Emma, but, given that some of the stories were originally written for Tara, is a bit of an Emma/Tara hybrid--this Emma is actually an official, trained agent, part of the Ministry's institution. We also get another take on Mother, who in some ways comes across more like Steed's Gale era superiors, like One-Ten. Oh yes, and there's a narrator, who occasionally steps out of the parameters of his role and comments on the wisdom of the protagonists' next move.


So in this 'alternative 1972 Avengers' Steed and Emma are getting it on and there is no Tara. Interesting idea.


That's my reading of it, anyway. When I first watched the series, it never occurred to me that Steed and Emma were any more than close friends. I can understand the arguments for SEDDI, but I'm still not 100% convinced--I think I side with Diana Rigg on that one. Which goes to show I'm not really predisposed to see it. But radio Steed and Emma...yeah, that one even jumps out at me. Wink Works beautifully, though--another example of the different, but entirely believable, dynamic.

I have no idea if Tara is still around, or if she's just been absorbed into radio Emma completely. There are actually touches of Cathy to her as well, I think--which goes to show if you mash your Avengers girls together, you don't necessarily get Purdey, no matter what Brian Clemens would have you believe. Wink

Have you ever listened to the radio series, Dandy?
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 09, 2012 10:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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That's my reading of it, anyway. When I first watched the series, it never occurred to me that Steed and Emma were any more than close friends. I can understand the arguments for SEDDI, but I'm still not 100% convinced--I think I side with Diana Rigg on that one.
What is DDR's view? Mine (re: TV) is that she was tempted... and given another year or two without Peter, she might have wanted to marry a "reformed" Steed (I don't see her as a sex-outside-of-wedlock type, given her attitude towards the "cultural exchange" with Olga From The Volga); which is one step up from Cathy "I wouldn't touch him with yours" Gale who I think Steed lusted after far more. I certainly do not agree with Brian Clemens's view that they were old flames who had had a torrid affair including sex in the past and were now cool. Yes, they were best friends; but there's no indication that the old itch has died out. But Emma was above consummating it without a ring on her finger, "liberated" or not. She would've worn the trousers and Steed would've been "Mr Peel" anyway.

As to Gambit and Purdey - I think the "one of these days, Mike Gambit" was a promise. Purdey could tease, but she wasn't a sadist. One of these days, they will.

Oh, and as for that day when Dr Martin King and Venus Smith shared their frustrations... well, that's one for me and my fanon Smile

Of course, as everyone realises, Mother and Rhonda were at it hammer and tongs.

As to Cathy in the radio-Emma... the words she had to say about manipulative-Steed in the last part of "The Fantasy Game" were totally Cathy, dripping with imminent threat... poor Steed! His hide is gonna be shredded (though interesting to speculate on how literal she meant the talons-getting-in stuff... sounded pretty realistic to me). If either Emma or Cathy had gone on into the 70s, the relationship could well have been like this - closer, but therefore much more dangerous (for Steed!). Really interestingly done.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 09, 2012 11:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Timeless A-Peel wrote:
Dandy Forsdyke wrote:
Timeless A-Peel wrote:

Are radio Steed and Emma identical to their TV counterparts? No, but that's the point. They're recognisable, but Donald Monat and Diane Appleby put their own spin on the characters, just the way the writers put their own spin on the TV episode plots. In many ways, it feels like Avengerland canted slightly to the side (and how Avengers is that?) It's essentially an Alternate Universe Avengerland. Steed is Steed, but with a slightly wrier sense of humour. Emma is Emma, but, given that some of the stories were originally written for Tara, is a bit of an Emma/Tara hybrid--this Emma is actually an official, trained agent, part of the Ministry's institution. We also get another take on Mother, who in some ways comes across more like Steed's Gale era superiors, like One-Ten. Oh yes, and there's a narrator, who occasionally steps out of the parameters of his role and comments on the wisdom of the protagonists' next move.


So in this 'alternative 1972 Avengers' Steed and Emma are getting it on and there is no Tara. Interesting idea.


That's my reading of it, anyway. When I first watched the series, it never occurred to me that Steed and Emma were any more than close friends. I can understand the arguments for SEDDI, but I'm still not 100% convinced--I think I side with Diana Rigg on that one. Which goes to show I'm not really predisposed to see it. But radio Steed and Emma...yeah, that one even jumps out at me. Wink Works beautifully, though--another example of the different, but entirely believable, dynamic.

I have no idea if Tara is still around, or if she's just been absorbed into radio Emma completely. There are actually touches of Cathy to her as well, I think--which goes to show if you mash your Avengers girls together, you don't necessarily get Purdey, no matter what Brian Clemens would have you believe. Wink

Have you ever listened to the radio series, Dandy?


Yes, I have some of the CDs but I've not listened to them in a while. I will get round to them again soon though.

I've always been interested to see an alternative take on the show. Indeed I was happy to take the concept of the Avengers movie on board, in spite of my feelings and opinions on the result. It's a bit like taking Marvel heroes from the comic page onto film; it still works fine even if they are 'creative' with the source material. As long as the final product is good. Look at the way Doctor Who has evolved and indeed Sherlock.

I think you could take The Avengers the other way and set it in the Victorian era. I know there was a fan idea that attempted to do that. It was mentioned on here, was it "The Unconventionals" or something? There was certainly a Batman graphic novel called Gotham by Gaslight which had Bruce Wayne set in the 19th century that I liked.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 09, 2012 12:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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What is DDR's view? Mine (re: TV) is that she was tempted... and given another year or two without Peter, she might have wanted to marry a "reformed" Steed (I don't see her as a sex-outside-of-wedlock type, given her attitude towards the "cultural exchange" with Olga From The Volga); which is one step up from Cathy "I wouldn't touch him with yours" Gale who I think Steed lusted after far more. I certainly do not agree with Brian Clemens's view that they were old flames who had had a torrid affair including sex in the past and were now cool. Yes, they were best friends; but there's no indication that the old itch has died out. But Emma was above consummating it without a ring on her finger, "liberated" or not. She would've worn the trousers and Steed would've been "Mr Peel" anyway.

As to Gambit and Purdey - I think the "one of these days, Mike Gambit" was a promise. Purdey could tease, but she wasn't a sadist. One of these days, they will.

Oh, and as for that day when Dr Martin King and Venus Smith shared their frustrations... well, that's one for me and my fanon Smile

Of course, as everyone realises, Mother and Rhonda were at it hammer and tongs.

As to Cathy in the radio-Emma... the words she had to say about manipulative-Steed in the last part of "The Fantasy Game" were totally Cathy, dripping with imminent threat... poor Steed! His hide is gonna be shredded (though interesting to speculate on how literal she meant the talons-getting-in stuff... sounded pretty realistic to me). If either Emma or Cathy had gone on into the 70s, the relationship could well have been like this - closer, but therefore much more dangerous (for Steed!). Really interestingly done.


Diana's take was that they didn't, that it was "one of those flirtations that spin off into infinity," which is more in keeping with how I viewed it. I never doubted their affection for one another--if Steed ever loved anyone, it was Emma--but I got the sense that they knew they had a good thing going, and didn't want to spoil it. I don't see Emma being particularly bothered by the idea of sex outside marriage, but I don't actually see her marrying Steed, either. Had Peter never turned up, I see them keeping each other company for the rest of their days in a relationship of perpetual ambiguity. Maybe they got on with it, and maybe they didn't, but whatever happened, they'd never tell...

Purdey, I think, knows where her feelings lie, but is in serious danger of not admitting them to herself until it's too late--like, say, as Gambit's bleeding out on the floor. If she manages to get over her umpteen issues before that happens, then yes, they'll get to it. Wink

I think I may be traumatised by the idea of Mother and Rhonda, and oddly intrigued by the idea of Venus and Dr. King. Wink

When I first listened to the radio version, I actually thought Emma seemed more Cathyesque than Emmaish--sometimes Diane Appleby's delivery can lend itself more to Honor's sharp retorts than Diana's more winsome wit--but depending on the episode she can vary--there are definitely splashes of Tara floating around in there as well. She's certainly not a straight transplant of the TV version. And this may be simply down to close proximity in production, but I always imagine Donald Monat's Steed would bear more than a passing similarity than Simon Oates' take in the stage play, but I have absolutely nothing to back that up. There's another alternate Avengerland I would have liked to see, even if it was terrible.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 09, 2012 12:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dandy Forsdyke wrote:
Yes, I have some of the CDs but I've not listened to them in a while. I will get round to them again soon though.

I've always been interested to see an alternative take on the show. Indeed I was happy to take the concept of the Avengers movie on board, in spite of my feelings and opinions on the result. It's a bit like taking Marvel heroes from the comic page onto film; it still works fine even if they are 'creative' with the source material. As long as the final product is good. Look at the way Doctor Who has evolved and indeed Sherlock.

I think you could take The Avengers the other way and set it in the Victorian era. I know there was a fan idea that attempted to do that. It was mentioned on here, was it "The Unconventionals" or something? There was certainly a Batman graphic novel called Gotham by Gaslight which had Bruce Wayne set in the 19th century that I liked.


The radio series is great because it proves exactly that--it is possible to create a viable, enjoyable version of the series that feels fresh and like its own entity, even as it reuses the same characters, while still being strongly recognisable as Avengerland. But it needs to be done in the right spirit and with the right people behind it. I don't know how the radio series people managed it, but they knew just the right balance to strike. I really think the lack of visuals helps it, though--it's much easier to accept someone else as Steed when you're not tied up evaluating how he sizes up to Patrick. This way you can build your own picture around Donald Monat's voice and delivery. If they did radio, and then switched to TV, he'd probably be accepted instantly. This is why I tend to think TV (or movie) remakes aren't the way to go. If they did more radio today, I think it would do well (sadly not with the original radio cast as Diane Appleby is no longer with us. Sad )A novel would work much the same way. But they're not as lucrative I suppose.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 09, 2012 1:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's absolutely fascinating to see the radio series dissected (and positively) for the first time in a good long time.

Interesting what has been said about 'radio Steed' and 'radio Emma' being more obviously 'getting it on' than their television equivalents. The scripting and performances certainly lead to that conclusion.

Anyone fancy writing a piece for Declassified based on what's been said here? I'd be very interested in running such an article and it'd be better coming from someone other than me, being a radio series evangelist of many years practice!
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Timeless writes very eloquently about the series - I'd love to read more! My own lack of experience with it precludes me adding much, though I am going to be enthusiastically listening to more and will gladly participate in chats/posting here and any views for each story as they come up, if little 'listener reaction' comments or asides are wanted.

It's such enjoyable bedtime listening that I can see it becoming a habit; might even get me back in to old-time radio, as I have a raft of other shows like Sherlock Holmes that I've neglected. Not until I've exhausted Steed 'n' Emma though! I might get a reputation for late-night chuckling - again last night I couldn't stop myself. Steed's a real card, but Emma has his number. Oh yes.

If there are more scripted hints of Steed and Emma being more than just close colleagues, I eagerly look forward to them. I'm an old romantic.

Finished off "The Fantasy Game" last night. I love it with the adverts, the pacing is great and the performances are both arch and warm, with appropriately sexy and deadly emphasis at the right points - it really is more of classic 'The Avengers', capturing the spirit perfectly but not being a copy. Alan's clean-up work is amazing (and so I'm really grateful to him for allowing me to access this little-known niche of Avengerland); I know tape recordings of this period - my uncle was a keen radio-taper in the early 70s, and to get such tapes to modern standards is quite an achievement. I have not heard the earlier versions but these are immediate, clear and HUGE FUN!
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Alan's clean-up work is amazing (and so I'm really grateful to him for allowing me to access this little-known niche of Avengerland); I know tape recordings of this period - my uncle was a keen radio-taper in the early 70s, and to get such tapes to modern standards is quite an achievement.


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Frankymole wrote:
Timeless writes very eloquently about the series - I'd love to read more!


You're very kind, Franky. Very Happy These things just rattle around in my brain and occasionally get typed up. I shall try to knock something more together as time permits. Smile

I listened to half of Get-A-Way last night. I think I enjoy the music almost as much as the actual story--some industrious soul went and sourced a piece of music to reflect the plot of each episode. And I find myself humming along to the jaunty little piece they play in the background as the narrator informs us that we're at "Episode 2 of this story, in which Steed..." and so on. Cool
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Yes, considering the breakneck speed at which these were recorded - a serial would generally be recorded in one day and where possible effects would be played in live (often by the actors!) - they are superb. And don't forget that at the same time the studio was producing several other continuing serials.

The fact that what was produced is of such a high quality - and bouncing with life and invention - is testament to the skills and dedication of those involved in putting the series together.

A timely reminder of the intro that Donald Monat kindly recorded for me about ten years ago:

http://declassified.theavengers.tv/downloads/radio_clips/donald_monat_greeting.mp3
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I get tired just thinking about it. Shocked Kudos to all the fabulous radio people working away behind the scenes for putting together such a polished product. Very Happy
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I like the idea of Monat as Steed perhaps fiddling about with "foley" bits and bobs - gravel, doorknockers etc - whilst trying to recite his lines. Probably didn't happen like that though (I expect usually it'd be the smaller part players?).
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I would imagine that all the actors mucked in. Remember that the 'supporting players' were often stars of other radio series and Donald and Diane would be 'supporting players' on their shows.

Quite likely Donald would have added live foley for scenes he wasn't appearing in.
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Alan wrote:
Thanks to a couple of purchases, the deal can now be extended until November 23rd, so anyone who is interested, please drop me a line.

As the topic has now gone to a new page, here's a reminder of the offer:

I am offering three variants (with commercials, without commercials, or both).

One version is £1.00 per serial, both is £1.50 per serial. (All serials: £19.00 one version, £28.50 both versions)

For a limited time, I am running a promotion on the 'both versions' edition - a discounted price of £20.

Escape in Time (Eps 1-3; only surviving episodes) is a free bonus with any order and there’s an additional free surprise bonus (about 30 mins duration) if you order more than one serial.

These files are near-CD quality, 44.1KHz 320kb/s MP3s made from the restored masters.

If you're interested, drop me a line via email - alan_hayes@blueyonder.co.uk
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Worth mentioning that the promotional price is due to expire this Friday, unless there's a purchase to extend it by two weeks...
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