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‘Good Omens’ radio adaptation features co-authors Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman
The perfect antidote to an overdose of Christmas spirit: a radio drama about the Antichrist.
As icing on the cake, the Good Omens radio adaptation includes a cameo scene with Gaiman and Pratchett themselves. The two authors play a pair of police officers who haplessly pursue the black Bentley containing the angel Crowley and demon Aziraphale. You can listen to it below, courtesy of the BBC.
Gaiman and Pratchett have also been sharing some Good Omens photos on Twitter, including Peter Serafinowicz and Mark Heap as Aziraphale and Crowley.
The U.K. seems determined to corner the market on geeky Christmas entertainment, from the annual Doctor Who holiday episode to Good Omens to the somewhat bizarre idea of a Christmas special for the dark science-fiction series Black Mirror. Apparently, after an overdose of holiday cheer, it’s almost therapeutic to sit back, relax, and listen to a six-part radio drama where one of the main characters is the Antichrist.Photo via TerryandRob/Twitter
Gavia Baker-Whitelaw is a staff writer at the Daily Dot, covering geek culture and fandom. Specializing in sci-fi movies and superheroes, she also appears as a film and TV critic on BBC radio. Elsewhere, she co-hosts the pop culture podcast Overinvested. Follow her on Twitter: @Hello_Tailor