The other day the show's web site, manicmondays.net, was hacked for the third time in about 4 months. It's the same story. There was some Wordpress vulnerability that some script found and injected something into the site somewhere. A couple people gave a quick look for me (thanks, folks) but weren't able to immediately see where the problem was. And I have better things to do than spend days trying to debug a crappy Wordpress site only to have the same thing happen again next month.
To that end, I am giving a big middle-fingered salute to Wordpress. I spent all day yesterday reprogramming the site from scratch. It's responsive. It looks nice. And it works. It only has the last 10 episodes because I have to finish migrating the database and all the MP3 files, but it'll do for now. There's currently also no way to comment on episodes. I'll fix all this once the Doctor Who album is done.
Also, it's going to take Google a day or two to review the site and determine that the malware is in fact gone so until that happens you're going to continue to see the malware warning when you attempt to visit the site.
And with this I am once and for all done with Wordpress. I am never using it again for anything. Period. And when I get a little downtime I'm going to redo the Cirque du So What web site as well just as a matter of principle.
I have better things to do than to continue fighting these battles.