Wooo-ooo-ooo-ooo-ooo! Fifteen video blogs, two trailers and San Diego Comic-Con interviews! Thank you, YouTube!
In other news this weekend:
1. Medieval re-enactment fair in Warwickshire. The wedding costume is now all sorted bar the shoes, which will cost £painful, but there it is. Also managed to find the German hard rock "Carmina Burana" on CD and some interesting new meads. What a weekend.
2. Robin Hood. Wow, that show just suddenly got better. Sledgehammer politics: tremendously low after the previous three weeks, I think I caught one "nanny state" reference (possibly the most annoying, repulsively knee-jerk political cliche going, "nanny state") but it's up for grabs what it means when the Sheriff says it. After all the overt Bush/Blair quoting, it's a blessed relief. Keith Allen suddenly seems more vicious, and despite the dodgy first few minutes the story was top-notch. I think I'm right in saying, though, that this is the only time Robin Hood has ever been seen fighting one-handed while carrying a doll.
3. Torchwood. I think we're all agreed round here that that was excellent. But next week's looks better!