what she says: I’m fine

what she means: Please watch In The Flesh on BBC3

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1 week ago // 785 notes

Let’s help Luke out on this one!
This Sunday is August’s #SaveInTheFlesh Social Media Sunday.
So, on Sunday 31st August at 10pm UK time, we all start talking about In The Flesh and how much we want series 3 on facebook, twitter and tumblr.
If you’re new to the fandom, #SaveInTheFlesh Social Media Sunday is a campaign event the fandom holds on the last Sunday of every month. Full details on how to take part can be found on this post from last month’s event, and here is our tag for Social Media Sundays.
Hope to see you all there! :)


In an effort to do our part to help #SaveintheFlesh, we are hereby announcing our weekly episode giveaway event!
What is it?Every week we will be giving away one free iTunes In the Flesh episode download to someone who completes our #SaveintheFlesh challenge! Our winner will get to choose which episode from either season they would like to be awarded.
What is the challenge?We want everyone to visit the BBC network’s Send an Appreciation page, and send them an appreciation comment regarding In the Flesh. Tell them you enjoyed the show, tell them you’d like to see a third season, let them know if you’ve bought the S1 or S2 episodes!
Remember, always be polite.
How will you know we’ve sent it?To be considered for the giveaway, just take a screen cap of your submission before sending it to the BBC, and then submit that screen cap to us on our Tumblr, or tweet a link to your screen cap to us @RedeemedRadio (and @bbcthree and @bbcamerica). We won’t publish the submissions, we will just note it for our drawing.
Each week we will delete all the previous week’s submissions and start over so you have an all new chance!
How will we get the episode if we’re chosen?You will need iTunes in order to download the episode. We will send a link to the free download to whatever e-mail you specify (it does not need to be your own- if you want to gift the episode to a friend, that’s fine too) when we contact you to let you know you’ve won, and then all you have to do is follow the instructions for downloading!
Why are you doing this?We want to help #SaveintheFlesh and two of the best ways to do that are talking directly to the network responsible for its fate and getting legit copies of the show out into the public. By having fans contact the network expressing a desire for more and then paying to have real copies of the show distributed, we are accomplishing both of these things!
This event will be weekly and our first event starts right now, so go forth and help save our show!
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We haven’t gotten any entries so far, don’t let this week go to waste! Even if you already own all of Series 1 and series 2, give an episode to a friend to help convince them to watch!

c'est la vie, c'est la mort (x)

HAPPY BIRTHDAY spacedocks!!! 8u8 


Some of you know this already, but earlier this month, I got the chance to interview Dominic Mitchell. He is a lovely, LOVELY man. We chatted for an hour about the show, including discussions of:

  • a third series
  • representations of sexuality, mental health, religion…

4 weeks ago // 441 notes

Hello people!
We have a new project we’d like your help on - it’s a survey to try and find out exactly where the show is getting its fans from.
This is not about finding out who the “real” fans are, who got into it first, blah blah blah. For the record, this is our definition of a real In The Flesh fan:
Saw one or more episodes of In The Flesh at some point in time
Enjoyed the experience
That’s it.We’re asking because like everyone else, we’ve watched in happy amazement as this once-tiny fandom has taken off and, and we’re interested in finding out how this happened. If we get a big enough response, the information will help us all to get more people into the show by allowing us to better target potential new fans, and also it will help us demonstrate how far the show has come, and to what extent it has relied on word of mouth or official marketing from the BBC. So it will hopefully become part of the #SaveInTheFlesh campaign too.
So please, take two minutes to fill in our short survey, we’d really appreciate it :)