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A Doctor Who Podcast where a rotating cast of six women, from across the globe, talk all things Doctor Who. We have opinions.
firstname.lastname@example.org The Tin Dog welcomes you to sit back and listen to his rants and ramblings about all that is best in modern SF and Television. Via the gift of the new fangled Podcast over the tinterweb. As you can probably guess Tin Dog mostly talks about Doctor Who, Torchwood and Sarah Jane Smith but that wont stop him talking about any other subject you suggest. Hailing from a non specific part of the northeast of England, Tin Dog is male and in his mid 30s. A life long fan of almost all TV SF. His semi-autistic tendencies combined with his total lack of social skills have helped him find a place in the heart of British SF Fandom. Even as a child the Tin Dogs mother told him that she can trace his love of SF TV back to his rhythmic kicking, while still in the womb, along to the beat of the Avengers theme music. From Gabriel Chase to Totters Lane, from the Bad Wolf Satellite to the back streets of the Cardiff, Tin Dog will give you his thoughts on the wonderful Whoniverse. Daleks and Cybermen and TARDIS ES Oh My If you enjoy these Tin Dog Podcasts please remember to tell your friends and leave an email email@example.com
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Doctor Who, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Cult TV, Movies, Books & Horror. Commentaries, Interviews, Live Reviews and Studio Specials. http://cultdom.com/ @Cultdom The Past, Present and Future of Cult Media. Running for five years with 500+ episodes! This Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com
Radio Free Skaro is possibly the most popular, most prolific and charmingly irreverent (but never irrelevant) Doctor Who podcast around. Since August 2006, hosts Warren (in Vancouver, BC) and Steven (in Edmonton, AB) have provided listeners with their brand of amusing Doctor Who praise and punishment. A year later, Chris (also in Edmonton, AB) was added to the team, and The Three Who Rule were born. Recommended by Doctor Who Magazine, Radio Free Skaro provides an entertaining and diverting listen for the diehard or casual Doctor Who fan. New episodes usually appear on Sundays, following a loose magazine format of the three hosts discussing the news and events of the past week in the worlds of Doctor Who, Torchwood, and the Sarah Jane Adventures. They have also recorded special commentary podcasts for classic series and new series episodes of Doctor Who along with interviews of some of the brightest of the Doctor Who luminaries. Radio Free Skaro is also the official podcast of Gallifrey One, the world’s largest and longest-running annual Doctor Who convention.
Doctor Who Dark Journey is a full cast Wholock audio adventure taking The Doctor and Sherlock Holmes on a darker journey than ever before. LISTEN ON: itunes https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/am-audio-media/id887606877
Home to the unofficial podcast about BBC’s Doctor Who. Hosted by Jesse and Charles. Episode recaps, news, analysis and predications are all discussed on this weekly show. Please rate us and subscribe to help more fans find our show. Learn more, contact us, and check out our other podcasts at www.southgatemediagroup.com.
WHO 37 - A middle-aged geek from Chicago puts his face in front of a mic and talks about his passion for Doctor Who.
No matter if you're new to Doctor Who or a longtime fan, Bigger on the Inside is the podcast for you! The two hosts - one a very knowledgeable fan, the other being new to the program - will examine every serial with keen eyes and an unending wit.
42 To Doomsday - the Doctor Who podcast. 100% chat 100% of the time (mostly...)
Earth Station Who is a show dedicated to the culture around the BBC icon Doctor Who. Join Mike F, Mike G and The Phantom Troublemaker as we explore the 50 year history and fandom surrounding the Doctor. With reviews, interviews and just general talk you never know WHO might pop up. Feedback is always welcome at eswpodcast @gmail.com
One of the longest running Doctor Who podcasts. Join us for news, reviews, fun, comments and all things Gallifreyan. mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out the website at http://www.dwowhocast.com/
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Reality Bomb is a monthly podcast that explores the strange and uncharted world of Doctor Who through its fans.
Grab a libation and sit back and relax as Steve and Sean discuss all things Doctor Who. And get really drunk the process.
Guerrilla podcasting in a pseudo New Wave Punk Revivalist old-school photocopied ransom note fanzine stylee. Or a clutch of Whovians getting tanked up and whittering about kids TV when they can get themselves organised. Take your pick.
The MP3 version of the longest running DOCTOR WHO podcast with both US and UK perspectives on the longest running science fiction television series of all time, DOCTOR WHO and its spin-offs including TORCHWOOD, SARAH JANE ADVENTURES, K9. Presented by the Gallifreyan Embassy (celebrating Doctor Who since 1985). Doctor Who: Podshock is hosted by Louis Trapani, Dave Cooper, Ian Bisset, and Graeme Sheridan, with regular reports from our international correspondents. Doctor Who: Podshock features discussions, reviews, news, commentary, and interviews with the cast, crew, and others connected with the series. Whether your favourite Doctor is William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, Christopher Eccleston, David Tennant, or Matt Smith, we got it covered and interviewed most of them. This is the MP3 version feed. See our main feed to enjoy the Enhanced Podcast version of our Doctor Who: Podshock at http://www.gallifreyanembassy.org/podshock/podshock.xml A production of Art Trap Productions. See other podcasts at arttrap.com.
Inspired by a show that can go anywhere and do anything, The Ood Cast is not your average Doctor Who podcast. We aim to express the joy, the chaos and the glory of our favourite show through laughter, rhyme and song.
Welcome to Doctor Who: The Memory Cheats, a podcast featuring two long time Doctor Who fans who probably think they remember more about Doctor Who than they actually do. In each episode, hosts Josh (Doctor Who: Mostly Harmless Cutaway) and Steven (Radio Free Skaro) give you their immediate reactions to randomly selected Doctor Who stories.
Irreverent, but knowledgeable, trans-Atlantic nit-picking about all things Doctor Who. Bickering, bad language, & geek-out fandom. What's not to love?
Caroline Siede and Alasdair Wilkins—Doctor Who fans and A.V. Club contributors—discuss all things new series. Join an RTD fan and a Moffat fan in proving it’s possible to have fun debating Doctor Who!
The Doctor Who Podcast - your only source for the latest reviews, interviews, and features from the world of Doctor Who. We review the latest episodes, DVD releases, Big Finish audios, comics and much much more.
The Doctor Who Audio Dramas is the world's longest running fan production of Doctor Who. Started in 1982, this series spans six Doctors, a host of companions, and over 170 stories. Thousands of episodes are downloaded every month. New episodes appear on iTunes four weeks after they premier on the main website. www.dwad.net Discussion group at www.dwad.net/phpBB3
Welcome to the Eleventh Hour Podcast (occasionally "EH?"), a discussion show dedicated to Doctor Who and starring Joe and Chris and nobody else, dammit This Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com
Scott Alan Woodard ( Big Finish - DOCTOR WHO: THE JUGGERNAUTS, I DAVROS: GUILT, ABSOLUTION) and Arnold T. Blumberg (Big Finish - SHORT TRIPS, ATB Publishing - OUTSIDE IN, Telos Publishing - HOWE'S TRANSCENDENTAL TOYBOX, THE TARGET BOOK) vent the thermal buffer, floor the Helmic regulator, and just to finish off, fry those Zeiton crystals for wild weekly journeys in the TARDIS with our favorite Time Lord! Join Scott and Arnold for episode reviews filled with insightful commentary and plenty of laughs!
Home to the unofficial family podcast about the BBC’s Doctor Who. Hosted by Molly (age 7), and her parents, Martha and Rob. Episode recaps, news, analysis and predications are all discussed on this weekly show. Please rate us and subscribe to help more fans find our show. Learn more, contact us, and check out our other podcasts at www.southgatemediagroup.com.
Mostly Harmless Cutaway podcast hosted by Eric, Josh, and Cat + often featuring Sean, Kyle, Chris, Erik, and Erika. If it's happening in the Doctor Who universe we're talking about it. If you were ever looking for a laid back show that doesn't take much seriously you've finally come home. Welcome all and be seeing you at #Gally1 2014!
These are audio commentaries for Doctor Who, Torchwood and Sherlock from Blogtor Who. Includes commentaries for the new Peter Capaldi episodes. Available in a yummy~sized podcast!
This is a lighthearted show normally about Doctor Who, but often spins off, uncontrolled, into all sort of other realms. Join Siobhan Gallichan along with Steve/Bob/Viki/Kevin/Sinister* as they fumble around the worlds of BBC Television's best show. *delete as applicable
Across the dimensions and beyond space comes BrokenSea Audio Productions' incarnation of the intrepid Time Lord, Doctor Who! Whether you are new to the series or a fan from decades past, you will thrill to the exciting adventures of Mark Kalita as time's champion in this fully dramatised audio series based on the legendary BBC TV show.
For over 40 years, the BBC's legendary Time Lord has roamed through time and space. Now he makes his fan home at Darker Projects. Combining elements of his TV predecessors with a flair all his own, the Doctor and his companions try to maintain order in a reality rife with chaos. Villains both new and old arise to challenge them in this exciting portrayal that will intrigue both veteran fans and curious newcomers.
This podcast is devoted to the UK's 'Doctor Who'. Cliff has been a fan of Doctor Who since the late 70's, the Tom Baker years. From the time that he was a child, all the way into his adult years, Cliff would watch every episode that was aired on the local Cincinnati PBS station. This provided him the ability to experience nearly every episode of Doctor Who up to the early Sylvester McCoy episodes. When they relaunched the series in 2005, Cliff was blown away by the fact that Stephanie actually took an interest in the show, as did their children. Together, Cliff and Stephanie attempt to catch each new episode when they can. Often, this is months after they are released in the UK. When they do get a chance to view a new episode, they often enjoy coming to the microphone and sharing their initial reactions.
Welcome to a one-of-a-kind episode of Verity! Join Erika and Liz as we try to figure out a way to salvage a recording session gone horribly wrong. (Well, if you consider having only two Verities horribly wrong. As it turned out, it worked pretty well if we do say so ourselves.) Liz had the bright idea to take questions from the listeners--practically in real time! So that's exactly what we did. Huge thanks to the listeners who tweeted us questions and made this whole thing possible! If you have questions you'd like to hear us answer in the future, please leave them in the comments! ^E Related links [on our site]:Random TrekRevolution 60Brianna WuDoctor Who - The High Council
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@bigfinish #doctorwho #tindogpodcast Synopsis The TARDIS brings the Doctor, Steven and Vicki to the Italian city of Ravenna in the year 540 – besieged by the army of the celebrated Byzantine general Belisarius. Caught up in the fighting, Steven ends up on a boat bound for Constantinople, the heart of the Roman Empire. Rescuing Steven, however, is the least of the Doctor's problems – because he shouldn't be mixed up in this particular adventure at all. Someone has sabotaged his own personal timeline, putting him in the place of his First incarnation... but who, and why? The truth is about to be revealed – but at what cost to all of the Doctors, and to the whole future history of the planet Earth? Written By: Eddie RobsonDirected By: Barnaby Edwards Cast Peter Davison (The Doctor), Maureen O'Brien (Vicki), Peter Purves (Steven),Lysette Anthony (Sophia), Sarah Woodward (Theodora), Tony Millan (Procopius, Yazid), Giles Watling (Belisarius), Tim Wallers (Justinian)
Galaxy 4 Adam is joined by Kirby, Mary and Jason to review this partial reconstruction from the William Hartnell era as we continue ‘The Journey’ through the history of televised Doctor Who. We also have feedback, new and You Won’t Get This One. Then we are joined by Debbie from the sick Cassa Melrose for a health update on her clan.
@bigfinish @SawbonesHex #Doctorwho #tindogpodcast Synopsis It's been ten years since the final assault on Telos, the last act of the Great Cyber War. Thanks to the Glittergun, humanity prevailed – and the half-machine Cybermen were utterly obliterated. Out on the furthest fringes of the galaxy, however, they left their mark – in the form of a giant Cyber-head, hundreds of feet high. A monument? A memorial? A tomb? The Doctor, the Cybermen's most indefatigable adversary, sets out to investigate... but he fails to return to his TARDIS. Leaving the Ship, his two companions – brave Highlander Jamie MacCrimmon, and super-intelligent Zoe Heriot – find a stranger in the Doctor's place. A stranger in a coat of many colours, who insists that he's the Doctor – transposed in time and space with one of his former selves...But why here? Why now? Has the universe really seen the last of the Cybermen..? Written By: Alan BarnesDirected By: Ken Bentley Cast Colin Baker (The Doctor), Frazer Hines (Jamie...
On our monthly meeting for June 2015 we have a general news round-up and a number of sad losses to report & acknowledge including actors Christopher Lee, Ron Moody, Patrick McNee, Dick Van Pattern & Film Composer James Horner
In a move sure to shake the very foundations of audio drama, Big Finish is introducing new series Doctor Who characters into the BF-i-verse, and River Song will be the tip of the proverbial spear in this assault of awesomeness. That was but one (but probably the coolest) bit of news this week, including San Diego Comic Con ruminations, Chicago TARDIS news and various other informational nuggets. But our interview this week is with Chicago TARDIS and Gallifrey Base impresario and overall fine fellow Steven Hill, who discusses his Red, White and Who book project chronicling the adventures of the good Doctor in the United States of America. U.S.A.! U.S.A.! And so forth. Check out the show notes at htp://www.radiofreeskaro.com
“What would the demented woman have said to you Holmes?” Holmes faces his tragic upbringing as the Illuminatos spirits taunt him with the sadness of the past ... the moment in which ‘Sherlock Holmes,’ hero of London was forged from pain and despair. As the shadows close in around them The Doctor must confront his own past. His shame and torment, the dark Gallifreyan days of ‘The Time of the Banishment’. While the whispering shadows torment our heroes with the horror of past times what gift does Cassandra have for The Doctor, when the sacrifice of innocence brings them together for the final time? - Doctor Who Dark Journey - Series 2 - Episode 3 - The Age of Banishment Theme music by Traffic Experiment Doctor Who Dark Journey is a Canadian, award winning audio series written by Andrew Chalmers, sound design by Kevin Gray, directed by MA Tamburro. (Doctor Who Dark Journey is a fan production of AM Audio Media. Doctor Who is a property of the BBC, no copyright infringement intended.) Additional...
@bigfinish @Lou_Jameson #doctorwho #tindogpodcast #4thDoctor #TomBaker Synopsis St Matilda’s College, Oxford is haunted. The building was formerly a convent and, so the story goes, three ghostly nuns wander its passages during the hours of darkness. The story goes on to say that anyone who sees the ‘three sisters’ will not be long for this world. When one of the students mysteriously disappears, the Dean of the College, Dame Emily Shaw, has no option but to call in the police. Her call appears to be answered when a Police Box arrives in her study; the Doctor and Leela have come to investigate and uncover the dark secret that has lain buried beneath the college for almost a thousand years... Written By: Jonathan MorrisDirected By: Nicholas Briggs Cast Tom Baker (The Doctor), Louise Jameson (Leela), Rowena Cooper (Emily Shaw),Richenda Carey (Sister Frances Beckett), Claudia Grant (Megan Matthews), Allison McKenzie (Lynn Pickering), Jane Slavin (Ancient Nun/Brenda) Producer David RichardsonScript...
This time, Charles and Jesse review Dr Who & the Daleks starring Peter Cushing. Learn more, subscribe, or contact us atwww.southgatemediagroup.com. We also have a tumblr now at southgatemediagroup.tumblr.com. You can write to us at email@example.com and let us know what you think. Be sure to rate us and review the episode. It really helps other people find us. Thanks!
Ian, Mike and Dave board the SS Bernice for a nice cruise on the open sea, things are going well and the lads are having a good time until the writer runs out of ideas of how to sneak in this weeks Commentary: Doctor Who - Carnival of Monsters (Episodes 1 & 2)
This week we're talking about the "kids" in the TARDIS. Join Deb, Erika, Katrina, and Lynne as we talk about the Doctor as a father figure and orphans in the TARDIS. So how does the Doctor do as a parental unit? Is he a trustworthy adult-type? Or as childish as the youngsters he takes in? Or does it vary by era? (Spoiler: it varies!) And as this is the year of the companion, we spend a good amount of time chatting about the young(ish) orphans themselves. What do you think of the-Doctor-as-parent and the young'uns who travel with him? Let us know in the comments! ^E Also covered [links on our site]: Kat discovers another drunken Doctor Who podcast, Doctor Whooch! and the hosts of that podcast own a new comic shop in Edmonton, Variant Edition! Erika listens to Liz on Radio Free Skaro! also listens to Liz's new Blake's 7 podcast, Down and Safe! Lynne covets fuzzy, hooded, TARDIS footie pajamas! Deb can't wait to see Sam Maggs, author of The Fangirl's Guide to the Galaxy! enjoys the Sam Maggs...
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#doctorwho #tindogpodcast Midlands premiere convention for Doctor Who fans! Guests Photo Gallery Tickets About Whooverville Guests Photo Gallery Tickets About Whooverville Counting down to Whooverville 7! 5 September 2015 at QUAD, Derby. 0 7 3 Days 2 2 Hours 0 3 Minutes Guests Back to Top More guests will be added as they are confirmed. Please remember all announced guests appear subject to work commitments. Colin Baker For the second successive year we are proud to be bringing a Doctor to Whooverville – and it’s an old friend of our group and our convention. We are absolutely delighted to be able to announce that COLIN BAKER has agreed to return to Whooverville.Colin, the Sixth Doctor of course, needs no introduction. If you have yet to see him at a convention you are in for a treat. He is a fabulous guest and a genuinely nice guy.He was the main guest at the very first Whooverville, back in 2009 and we are really looking forward to showing him what we have done with our little convention...
…in probably the most meta episode of this podcast, our host calls out one of The Three Who Rule on a remark he made on his podcast.
As a thank you for being so very patient, presented today are Bigger on the Inside 143 and The Edge of Forever 17 as one episode! First: The Doctor creates a problem for himself ("Listen"), and then he creates a problem for himself ("Time Heist"). Second: Kirk punches a hippie to tears ("The Apple"), then he watches in horror as his ship is used for a suicide run ("The Doomsday Machine"). (Notes: The Edge of Forever portion of this combined episode is not censored like its Bigger on the Inside counterpart, and these episodes were recorded in March.) Please visit www.patreon.com/biggerontheinside.
@bigfinish @Lou_Jameson #doctorwho #tindogpodcast Somewhere in a suburb of North London, there's a crisis. More than a crisis, a positive disaster: Belinda and Ralph are expecting four for supper, and there's no Marie Rose sauce for the Prawns Marie Rose. All in all, the evening couldn't possibly get any worse... Until the doorbell rings, bringing the Doctor and Leela to the dinner party. They've got a crisis, too – temporal ruckage has sent the TARDIS to another time zone entirely. Meaning they might have to endure a whole evening in Belinda's company. But the Doctor and Leela aren't the only uninvited guests tonight. There's a strange fog falling, out in the road. And in that fog: savage blue-skinned monsters, with dinner party plans of their own. Because it's not Prawns Marie Rose on their menu – it's people! Written By: Alan BarnesDirected By: Nicholas Briggs Cast Tom Baker (The Doctor), Louise Jameson (Leela), Annette Badland (Thelma),Katy Wix (Belinda), Alix Dunmore (Penny/Acolyte...
The news reached dire levels of non-existence this week, but the Three Who Rule soldiered on in exactly the sort of way Twelve would have roundly disapproved of. Despite there being little movement other than comic book rumblings (in the fall, no less!) there was a light at the end of the tunnel in the form of the commentary for "Death In Heaven", with none other than the inestimable J.R. Southall of the Blue Box Podcast and Starburst Magazine lending us his sharp eye, keen brain and devastating wit. Check out the show notes at http://www.radiofreeskaro.com
Episode 38 - In this very special 'unplugged' edition of 42 to Doomsday, the four smartest Doctor Who fans south of the equator get together to grapple with many of the pressing issues gripping fandom today. With special guests Richard Nolan and Dave Kitchen, Mark and Rob dive deep into the classic and new series, take a peek at UK politics, Steven Moffat OBEs impact on the show, the Omni-Rumour, destroy the Paternoster Gang with sledgehammer brutality and we reminiscence about what the ABC used to show before Doctor Who. Is Missy the great Missy-ed opportunity and is Doctor Who's future on Netflix? and we ask the question that fandom never knew it wanted answered - behind that benign mask, is the Second Doctor a cackling serial killer?
“Summon the Beast, summon the Beast….” The Doctor and Holmes take to the air in an attempt to stop the end of the world. But what evil waits for them in the dark skies above London?
The Brig is back! Or is he? Mike, Mike, Jen, and our new co-host review the Fifth Doctor story chosen by you the listeners. With the Black Guardian involved, you never know which one of us may turn... Earth Station Who is a show dedicated to the culture around the BBC icon Doctor Who. Join Mike F, Mike G and Dave as we explore the 50 year history and fandom surrounding the Doctor With reviews, interviews and just general talk you never know WHO might pop up.
…in which our fearless podcaster searches out science with the Doctor, Ace, K9 and Cedric (an entertainer) via classic DVD commentary. Also a look at the writers lineup for Series 9 and the guest lineup for this year's Chicago TARDIS.
@bigfinish #survivors #tindogpodcast SURVIVORS SERIES 02 Another flu virus that spreads around the globe. And then the reports begin that people are dying… When most of the world's population is wiped out, a handful of survivors are left to pick up the pieces. Cities become graveyards. Technology becomes largely obsolete. Mankind must start again… 1: Dark Rain by Ken BentleyIntroducing: Tim Treloar as Russell, Bernard Holley as RidleyMonths after the plague, storms batter the country. As Abby resumes the search for her son, Jackie and Daniel fight for their lives. 2: Mother’s Courage by Louise JamesonIntroducing: Fiona Sheehan as MollyThe search for Peter leads to Aberystwyth, and a community of women who have cut themselves off from the outside world. But what appears to be a safe haven could be nothing of the sort… 3: The Hunted by Ken BentleyIntroducing: Tim Bentinck as Irvin WarnerGreg, Daniel and Russell need the help of survivalist Irvin Warner, who is hiding out in the Brecon Beacons...
Dave, Mike and Ian stick around through the fog and bad weather to bring you part 2 of their Commentary: Dr Who - The Horror of Fang Rock (Episodes 3&4))
The DWO WhoCast finishes its celebration of the 10th anniversary of New Who. Cameron K McEwan and Blair Mowat look back at the Doctor Who Series One finale, Bad Wolf and The Parting of the Ways. Email your thoughts and opinions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you thought our previous installments of In Defense Of went off the rails, you ain't heard nothin' yet! Join Deb Erika, Katrina, and Liz as we do our best(?) to defend some of the dodgy science (and non-science) of Doctor Who. It's about as nonsensical as you might expect. And be sure to enter to win a copy of The Scientific Secrets of Doctor Who. Remember, if you're already a Verity! patron, you're automatically entered! If not, leave a comment over on the giveaway post, or become a patron before the contest ends on June 24th. As for the comments here, please take a crack at defending all that "science"--or just laugh at our pitiable attempts. ^E
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2015 should be labeled "Two McIntees for the Price of One"; after our discussion of The Shadow of Weng-Chiang a few months ago, we set our sights on another Virgin Missing Adventure written by McIntee, Lords of the Storm, featuring the Fifth Doctor, Turlough, and the Sontarans. From the back cover: 'They've been fighting this war for longer than man has been walking upright, and they don't take prisoners.' The war between the Sontarans and the Rutans has been raging for millennia. Billions have died and whole star systems have been obliterated in the conflict. Now, finally, one side may have victory within its grasp. The human colony world of Raghi is crucial to that victory. When the Doctor and Turlough arrive there, they find a seemingly stable society ruled by a strict caste system. But all is not as it seems. Members of the lower caste are being struck down by a mysterious illness. People are vanishing in their hundreds. And strange objects have been observed oribiting the sun. Why...
On the twenty-fourth edition of Reality Bomb, Graeme Burk attempts to referee a no-holds barred discussion between Lori Steuart and Lindsey Mayers on the twelfth Doctor. We also talk about the great speeches in Doctor Who with someone familiar to political speechwriting, Christopher Cutler, Advisor to the Mayor on Community Relations for the City of Hamilton, Ontario! We also have author Rebecca Diem talking about love and shapeshifting robots when she brings Let's Kill Hitler to the Gallery of the Underrated and David Barksy is in our new feature Doctor Who: From A to Z talking about the letter S! Plus: the origins of Reality Bomb are explored!
The Time Meddler Adam welcomes Andy and the Lovely Dawn into 20mb Towers for the first time and with Kirby and Mary they review The Time Meddler. We also have help from Isabella, cameos from Alpha Debbie, Magic and Star (The Dogs) and then pop into see Beta Debbie at work. We also have feedback, You Won’t Get This One and News.
@bigfinish #doctorwho Synopsis The Death-Match is under new management. The Hunt Master's Champion has been installed. All regular players are welcomed back to the Pursuit Lounge to observe the contest in luxurious surroundings. Privacy is assured. For this reason we ask our elite guests to abide by the strict security protocols. Please note, the house has no limits. In the Gallery, your combatants can be observed on the orbiting Quarry Station. A purpose-built environment filled with deadly traps and hidden dangers. Prizes are offered for every kill, with bonuses for rogue elements. Only an elite hunter can survive the End-Game. Do you have a worthy champion? Kill or be killed: the only rule of the Death-Match... Written By: Matt FittonDirected By: Nicholas Briggs Cast Tom Baker (The Doctor), Louise Jameson (Leela), John Leeson (K9), Geoffrey Beevers (The Master), Susan Brown (Kastrella), Andy Secombe (Vargrave) Producer David RichardsonScript Editor John DorneyExecutive Producers Jason...
News! News! News! So much news this week, from Vines of P-Cap playing guitar to Series 9 rumours, royal honours, convention doings and undoings, and (fake, but awesome) Doctor Who LEGO video games! The mind boggles! “But what else, you fiends?!” you declare, and for you, beloved listener, we also have Verity’s own Tansy Rayner Roberts with us for a commentary on "Dark Water", the penultimate Series 8 showstopper featuring water, darkness and more! Check out the show notes at http://www.radiofreeskaro.com
“The Doctor is dead. Long live The Doctor?..” Holmes has to deal with an unhinged Doctor who has no mercy to those who oppose him. A Doctor who has cheated death many times but this time it’s very different and much more dangerous. - Doctor Who Dark Journey - Series 2 - Episode 1 - Legend of The Beast (Doctor Who Dark Journey is a fan production of AM Audio Media. Doctor Who is a property of the BBC, no copyright infringement intended.)
@bigfinish #doctorwho #tindogpodcast Synopsis The year is 1987 and there’s a deadly new narcotic on the streets of London. As part of their investigations the Doctor and his companions Chris and Roz move into the Quadrant, a rundown housing estate. An ancient alien menace has been unleashed, a menace somehow linked to a local gang leader known as The Capper, a charmed young boy called Gabriel and his mother Winnie, the enigmatic Frei Foundation, and Eva Jericho, a woman driven to the brink of madness. As London descends into an apocalyptic nightmare, the Doctor must uncover the truth about the residents of the Quadrant and a desperate bargain made one dark Christmas Eve. Based on the original 1996 New Adventures novel by Doctor Who writer and executive producer Russell T Davies. Written By: Russell T Davies, adapted by Jonathan MorrisDirected By: Ken Bentley Cast Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Travis Oliver (Chris Cwej), Yasmin Bannerman (Roz Forrester), Michelle Collins (Winnie Tyler...
Ian, Mike and Dave are having a bit of a holiday at the seaside when a storm rolls in, Ian has the idea to shelter in a Lighthouse till the storm passes... to pass the time Mike turns the light into a projector and uses the fog bank to project this weeks Commentary: Doctor Who - The Horror of Fang Rock
This week's topic is one we've touched on a bit, but we thought it deserved its own episode. Join Deb, Erika, Lynne, and Tansy as we talk about companions who were also soldiers (or soldierey or soldier-adjacent). Naturally, there's a lot of UNIT talk, but there are more soldier-companions than you might think. What do you think of the military companions? And how do you feel about the Doctor's ever-evolving reaction to soldiers? Let us know in the comments! ^E Also covered [links on our site]: Tansy reads about Osgood as Missy's companion in a fanfic called "The Dread Pirate Missy"! Erika looks forward to two new comic books series from former Doctor Who writers: Rivers of London from Ben Aaronovitch and Andrew Cartmel! This Damned Band from Paul Cornell! Lynne discovers a new 10th Doctor Tumble love: Three TARDISes and a Tea! Deb does some fannish excavation and unearths a Rose Tyler action figure! enjoys Anglophenia's celebration of Captain Jack's 10 year anniversary! ooohs and ahhhs...
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@bigfinish #tindogpodcast #doctorwho Synopsis '...it possesses a wonderful nostalgic quality, aided no doubt by the incredible chemistry between, and performances from Sylvester McCoy and Katy Manning... It’s absolutely marvellous. In fact it’s marvellous with an extra dollop of brilliant on top. More please!' Tim Mass Movement '... well handled concepts and twists alongside strong performances... an entertaining adventure... most effective in the way it blends the action and military intrigue of the Pertwee era with the darker, more ambiguous edge of McCoy's Doctor.' SFX Jo Grant is shocked to find most of her colleagues are missing. Then she discovers that the Doctor has inexplicably changed. But there’s no time to worry about it, as she and her misplaced Time Lord friend are whisked to the mysterious Delphin Isle on a matter of national security. There, they encounter a disturbingly odd form of local hospitality and learn of a highly classified incident that took place during the Cold...
Adam, Kirby, Mary and Andy review Ian and Barbara’s last story, The Chase. We also have feedback, You Won’t Get This One and News.
@bigfinish #blakes7 #doctorwho #tindogpodcast 2.6. TRUTH AND LIES RELEASED APRIL PRICES CD £10.99 Download £8.99 Synopsis The search for Dayna has led the crew of the Liberator half way across the galaxy, but now Avon knows why she left them. He knows where she went. He knows what she was looking for.But can he find his missing crewmate before it is too late?The answers lie on a planet called Appallon Five – but so does danger and betrayal. Written By: Justin RichardsDirected By: Lisa Bowerman Cast Paul Darrow (Kerr Avon), Michael Keating (Vila Restal), Jan Chappell (Cally),Steven Pacey (Del Tarrant), Tom Chadbon (Del Grant), Alistair Lock (Zen/Orac) Producer Cavan ScottScript Editor Justin RichardsExecutive Producers Jason Haigh-Ellery and Nicholas Briggs
Like a bolt from the blue came the first set of Gallifrey One guest announcements, including one Peter Davison, the Fifth Doctor but the first in our hearts (for this year, at any rate.) But lo, across the pond there was news of the Doctor Who Festival, to be held the same weekend in November as Long Island Who! Confused? The news is just the beginning of your confoundining (not a word) as the RFS crew and Nancy Alegria of The Happiness Patrol go into the woods for their "In the Forest of the Night" commentary! Check out the show notes at http://www.radiofreeskaro.com
This time, Charles and Jesse review the Fifth Doctor & Nyssa audio adventure from Big Finish Productions that features the origin of the Cybermen. Learn more, subscribe, or contact us atwww.southgatemediagroup.com. We also have a tumblr now at southgatemediagroup.tumblr.com. You can write to us at email@example.com and let us know what you think. Be sure to rate us and review the episode. It really helps other people find us. Thanks!
The 50th anniversary of Doctor Who brought us a literal trifecta for the fans on the big as well as the small screens. There was, obviously, "The Day of The Doctor", Peter Davison's The Fiveish Doctors, and the BBC docudrama An Adventure in Space and Time. For those of you that haven't been listening to this podcast for the last year and a half, we both think An Adventure in Space and Time is pretty much required viewing for anyone with a pulse, let alone anyone who has the slightest bit of interest in Doctor Who. So please listen in as we talk about William Hartnell, Verity Lambert, Sydney Newman, and the genesis of the show we've dedicated so much time to. Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, look for us on Facebook, and follow Sean on Twitter via @tardistavern. Free cookies will be sent to those who become involved. (Some restrictions apply.)
The soundtrack to fan audio drama Doctor Who Dark Journey episodes 1 - 2 by Joshua Hemming http://jbhstudios.net
The DWO WhoCast continues its celebration of the 10th anniversary of New Who. Cameron K McEwan and Richard Starkings look back at the Doctor Who Series One episodes, Father's Day and Boom Town. PLUS! Richard Starkings also chats about his time working on the Doctor Who comics range from the 80s until today. Email your thoughts and opinions to: email@example.com
As promised, we weren't quite finished covering Red Nose Day shenanigans! Join Deb, Erika, Katrina, and Tansy as we discuss the longest, most involved, and most important(?) Comic Relief special of them all, "The Curse of Fatal Death". What did we each think of Mr. Moffat's first turn at writing televised Doctor Who? And what was it like seeing it for the first time back when we thought there was no more Doctor Who on TV ever? What about you? Did you see this sketch back when it debuted? If so, have your views on it changed over the years? If not, what did you think seeing it out of context? Let us know in the comments! ^E Bonus links:Red Nose Day on NBC"Curse of Fatal Death" - Behind the Scenes (part 1)"Curse of Fatal Death" - Behind the Scenes (part 2)
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Episode 37 - With the lack of any real news reminding us of the wilderness years, Mark talks about his experience at the Whoniverse convention and with Steven Moffatt staying around for Season 10 and does he now need to buy an Hawaiian shirt? As requested by two of our listeners we present a extended edition of our 'Dragged from the Archives' segment We dive headlong into the aftermath of Season 24 where bile and rage ensued but will your two trusty podcasters survive by the skin of their teeth ? All this plus readers letters and Mad Max: Fury Road!
This week. Join us as we watch Michael Caine pay for another house. It's "The Swarm". Twitter: https://twitter.com/Spurt_Russell https://twitter.com/Doctor_Vendetta https://twitter.com/beastmasterpete https://twitter.com/PharosProject Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thepharosproject/
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 327 Running time: 2:04:35 We review the 4th Doctor story, DOCTOR WHO: The Brain of Morbius plus news and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani, Dave Cooper, Ian Bisset, Lee Shackleford, and Kyle Jones. Presented to you by the Gallifreyan Embassy and is a production of Art Trap Productions. This podcast is made possible in part by and is brought to you by Podshock Supporting Subscribers and from donations from listeners like you. Get the DWP Podcast Companion App for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This episode is also brought to you by Audible. Visit http://podshock.net for the link to your FREE audio-book download with free trial. Do you want the Enhanced Podcast AAC file format? Get our Enhanced Podcast version of this episode using our feed at http://www.gallifreyanembassy.org/podshock/podshock.xml.
“It was a bit like Sean Connery trying to do an American accent through an electrified sock…” In which we dive into hazelnut syrup, mash circuit boards into our faces and both accents and clones get murdered. Reviews: Time Heist Air Date: 20th September 2014 Song: “Spoon Forehead” based on “Goldfinger” by Shirley Bassey Additional notes: This episode was recorded in the present day of 2015. Next week we return to 2014 – yes, our brains hurt too.
News roundup & TV Series updates - Supergirl, Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Daredevil, Gothham & Outlander. Then with all 10 commentaries Better Call Saul Season 1 done we will do our own mini review of this great spin-off TV Series
The news this week is sparse, so of course conspiracy theories abounded amongst the Three Who Rule involving Zimbabwe, missing episodes, cricket, and madness. But lo, there was a small morsel of news, and that was the fact that San Diego Comic Con will in fact have a Doctor Who panel (featuring Capaldi, Moffat, Minchin, Coleman and Gomez) on Thursday, so we can tell you much earlier....whatever they reveal! But let's get down to brass tacks here, by which I mean a commentary on the Series 8 standout episode "Flatline", with Verity's own Liz Myles! Forward...to the second dimension! Check out the show notes at http://www.radiofreeskaro.com
@bigfinish #blakes7 #tindogpodcast RELEASED JUNE 2014 PRICES CD £10.99 Download £8.99 Synopsis Roj Blake and the President of the Terran Federation stand face to face. Two men with polar opposite political views, meeting for the first and last time. The long crusade is at an end. And Blake stands to lose everything that matters in his life... Written By: Mark Wright and Cavan ScottDirected By: Ken Bentley Cast Gareth Thomas (Roj Blake), Paul Darrow (Kerr Avon), Michael Keating (Vila Restal), Jan Chappell (Cally), Sally Knyvette (Jenna Stannis), Brian Croucher(Travis), Alistair Lock (Zen/Orac), Hugh Fraser (The President) Producer David RichardsonScript Editor Justin RichardsExecutive Producers Jason Haigh-Ellery and Nicholas Briggs