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 Galli ...
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.
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. D ...
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.
The Big Blue Box Podcast features the latest news, new and classic reviews, Big Finish reviews, interviews, commentaries, convention reports and general waffle on everything Doctor Who. New shows every Friday.
Doctor Who, TV & Film, Cult TV, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Movies, Superheroes, Horror, Books & Comics. Commentaries, Interviews, Podcast. http://cultdom.com/ @Cultdom The Past, Present and Future of Cult Media. Running six years with 560+ episodes! This Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com
This monthly podcast will look at Doctor Who through the writers who molded the show and their televised output. Hosted by Kyle Anderson (Doctor Who blogger for Nerdist.com) and Erik Stadnik (host of the Doctor Who Book Club podcast)
Mostly Harmless Cutaway podcast hosted by Eric, Josh, and Cat + often featuring Sean, Kat, Kyle, Chris, Erik, and Erika. If it's happening in the Doctor Who universe we're talking about it. Essential companion listening for those familiar with some other popular Doctor Who podcasts. 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 or L.I. Who or WHO nose?! Please search out our copanion podcast on iTunes, Doctor Who: Prognosis Negative and our brand new podcast, Star Trek: Romulans Bearing Gifts... |VL
Earth Station Who is a show dedicated to the culture around the BBC icon Doctor Who. Join Mike F, Mike G, Jennifer Hartshorn and Mary Ogle as we explore the 50-year history and fandom surrounding the Doctor with reviews, interviews, and general discussions about the show. Be prepared for surprises, though; you never know WHO might pop up as a guest on Earth Station Who!
Journey with us on a Tardis nostalgia trip between the 1970's and 1990's.In which we discuss the Target Novelisation and BBC Audiobook releases of Classic Doctor Who stories.Two UK based fans get on board and ask you to join us for the trip of a lifetime!! Contact us on Twitter @targetfilesdw Facebook Doctor Who The Target Files
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.
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.
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
One of the longest running Doctor Who podcasts. Join us for news, reviews, fun, comments and all things Gallifreyan. mail us at email@example.com or check out the website at http://www.dwowhocast.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.
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.gall ...
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.
Doctor Who Dark Journey is a full cast Wholock audio drama 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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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!
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It's a classic-Who first! Join Deb, Erika, and Katrina as they talk about the first Doctor Who story written by a woman, Barbara Clegg's "Enlightenment". Not for the first time, Erika and Kat go against received fan wisdom and are lukewarm at best toward this story. Good thing Deb is here to balance things out. What do you think of "Enlightenment"? Are you drawn in by its fascinating concepts? Or left cold by a lack of connection to what's happening on screen? Let us know in the comments! ^E Also covered: Kat is thrilled by Janto reunion news: John Barrowman and Gareth David Lloyd are recording together again! They recorded a video at Ianto's Shrine! Erika enjoys the joy of her spouse at getting the 12th Doctor's sonic screwdriver! Deb points out some scraps of new DW content: The Legends of River Song! David Tennant and Katharine Tate's new Big Finish audio! Bonus link: Our Amazon Giveaway goes until May 27!
Dan and Eric read viewer mail, mention a PO BOX, discuss Jelly Babies, lament about a lack of roller-skates, and talk pirates and the planets that love them in the review of the Classic Doctor Who story, THE PIRATE PLANET. Want to send TODWS real life mail? PO BOX 2131 Red Bank, NJ 07701
The Enemy of the World Adam, Debbie, Mary, Kirby and Andy return after a short hiatus to review this David Whitaker story. We also have feedback, partly from our live video feed from The 20mb Doctor Who Podcast Facebook Group page and via email. You Won’t Get This One returns also with news.
Comics, commentaries, audio adventures (both new and rumoured) and a celebration of Doctor Who’s many female scientists make for a busier newslist than usual in this, The Year With No Doctor Who, and this week you even get bonus tut-tutting about Target book arrangements and criminal dips to black on CraveTV’s streaming editions of the programme. A summons to the high court of the League of Fandom is in the maoi and should be arriving at their offices soon, fear not. And if that made-up legal nonsense doesn’t engage you, how about a commentary for “Face the Raven” with Deb Stanish of Verity! fame and Alyssa of Whovian Feminism? Check out the shownotes at http://www.radiofreeskaro.com
From the depths of the BBC vault comes a classic Second Doctor story! Mike, Mike, Jen, and Mary go under the sea to review the newly released early adventure. Beware mutant fish folks throwing... 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.
Howdy do Who fans. We have some great merch items to talk through today plus our review of this hidden gem of a classic story, away we go! The News The Target Exhibition (that we’ve spoken about lots it seems over the past couple of weeks) has now been extended until Sunday 6th June so if you haven’t been ab;e to get there and check it out, you’ve got another couple of weeks to do so. Merch Corner Merch has been coming thick and fast the last week. We talk about the new 12th Doctor sonic screw driver toy from Character, the 10th Doctor Adventures starring David Tennant and Catherine Tate is finally released from Big Finish and there’s going to be a new 3rd Doctor adventure from Titan Comics, written by Paul Cornell, hitting the shelves this August. “The Greatest Show in the Galaxy” Review When you think of the 7th Doctor’s era you don’t generally think about this story, it’s like it’s fallen into a trap street. Well this week we dive into the Psychic Circus and get look in detail a ...
Interview with Jenny T Colgan from wiki Jenny Colgan (born 1972 in Prestwick, Ayrshire, Scotland) is a writer of romantic comedy fiction and science-fiction, and has written for the Doctor Who line of stories. She writes under her own name and using the pseudonyms Jane Beaton and J. T. Colgan. Personal life Jenny Colgan studied at Edinburgh University and worked for six years in the health service, moonlighting as a cartoonist and a stand-up comic. She is married to Andrew, a marine engineer, and has three children, Wallace, Michael-Francis, and Delphie. She splits her time between France and London. In 2000, she published her first novel, the romantic comedy Amanda's Wedding. In 2013 her novel Welcome to Rosie Hopkins' Sweetshop of Dreams won the Romantic Novel of the Year Award by the Romantic Novelists' Association. In July 2012 her Doctor Who tie-in novel Dark Horizons was published under the name J. T. Colgan. Bibliography As Jenny Colgan Single nove ...
Series 2, Episode 43 of Doctor Who: The Memory Cheats! And the story we will be discussing today is... Visit our website at http://www.thememorycheats.libsyn.com Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/thememorycheats Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DoctorWhoTheMemoryCheats
Lots to talk about in this week's #Doctor Who podKast, in which Christian Cawley and Gareth Kavanagh talk comics, Dream Lords, villains, #Marvel movies and Gareth's upcoming events, including A Morning with Louise Jameson on July 2nd, and the Starburst International Film Festival on 26th-28th of August.
It's an audio-based Extra! this week! Join Deb, Erika, and Liz as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the first televised appearance of the 8th Doctor by talking about his first audio appearance! That's right, it's Storm Warning. And because we love Big Finish so much, we digress a LOT and talk about many other Big Finish stories we love--whether they include 8 or not. When it comes to DW audios, it's near-impossible to keep us on track, and we're A-OK with that! Have you heard Storm Warning? If so, what do you think of it? And do you think it's a good starting place for a new BF listener? Let us know in the comments! ^E Related links: Our TVM 20th anniversary giveaway! Tansy's post on where to start Inconceivable!: This is How We Lost America in the First Place
"I rather fancy that's settled that little bit of solution." OK, that's Billy going way off piste again but six-part saga The Sensorites is all about solutions. A remarkably serene Susan is the solution to an impasse on a spaceship, the devious Doctor finds the solution to a municipal malaise and the unlucky Ian drinks a solution which may well have previously passed through half a dozen Sensorites. These frisbee-footed, central-hearted denizens of the Sense-Sphere are a strange bunch. Even without eyelids, they seem blinkered to everything that's going on. And, ill-equipped as they are for darkness, noise and identity parades, they're hardly the stuff of nightmares, so the late arrival of some subterranean soap-dodgers brings some welcome menace to proceedings. So is this story as soporific as fan wisdom would have you believe? Well pack some fruit and (clean) water, strap yourselves in and prepare for the long haul and as Jim and Martin slowly sense the solution to that question.
Review of THIS EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED EDITION RELEASE IS ONLY AVAILABLE FROM THE BIG FINISH WEBSITE 1.1 Technophobia by Matt Fitton When the Doctor and Donna visit London’s Technology Museum for a glimpse into the future, things don’t go to plan. The most brilliant IT brain in the country can’t use her computer. More worrying, the exhibits are attacking the visitors, while outside, people seem to be losing control of the technology that runs their lives. Is it all down to simple human stupidity, or is something more sinister going on? Beneath the streets, the Koggnossenti are waiting. For all of London to fall prey to technophobia... 1.2 Time Reaver by Jenny T Colgan Calibris. The spaceport planet where anything goes. Where anyone who doesn't want to be found can be lost, and where everything has its price. Where betentacled gangster Gully holds sway at the smugglers’ tavern, Vagabond’s Reach. The alien Vacintians are trying to impose some order on the chaos. Soon the Doctor and Donna ...
Happy May, everybody! Hope you're ready for block transfer computation and charged vacuum emboitments, because this month Erik and Kyle are going to be talking about the Doctor Who stories written by Christopher Hamilton Bidmead, a writer and script editor who ushered in a whole year of hard science mathematics (deserving a badge for excellence, maybe?), with his three stories "Logopolis," "Castrovalva," and "Frontios." How do they fare under the scrutiny of the DWTWR pair? WE'LL SEE!!
Hotelmageddon! The annual minute-or-less scramble for rooms at the LAX Marriott for Gallifrey One was once again a frenzied affair, and the Three Who Rule have the scars to prove it. But they also have news, such as new Big Finish War Doctor stories, including one by friend of the show Andrew Smith, and a new Twelfth Doctor sonic on the way to set your hearts (both of them) aflame! But wait! There’s also a commentary for Sleep No More, featuring Kathleen Schowalter! YOU WILL LISTEN! Check out the show notes at http://www.radiofreeskaro.com
Episode 90 brings you the latest Who news, a cool upcoming merch item then it’s onto our review which is the 10th Doctor’s story The Idiot’s Lantern. This way… The News Great news for Big Finish, they’ve extended the licence to produce Doctor Who stories until 2025, so bucket loads of new Who stories still to come over the years. To celebrate the upcoming 500th issue of Doctor Who Magazine they are holding an online poll for readers to vote for their favourite cover, right from issue 1 up to now. Head over to their site to cast your votes on some amazing covers that we’ve been treated to for years now. Merch Corner You can now pre-order your copy of Torchwood #1 from Titan Comics. Coming by way of 6 variant covers (for now) there’s some nice one’s in there. You can pre-order from Forbidden Planet at the moment, these should be good. “The Idiot’s Lantern” Review We weren’t sure how to approach this one really, it’s one that’s been on the shelf un-watched for a long time but is that ...
Mr. Gene and I are together once more talking about this latest Marvel/Disney movie. Does Captain America Civil War live up to our expectations? Also, as an added bonus, I am reviewing the latest... 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.
Series 2, Episode 42 of Doctor Who: The Memory Cheats! And the story we will be discussing today is... Visit our website at http://www.thememorycheats.libsyn.com Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/thememorycheats Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DoctorWhoTheMemoryCheats
Christian Cawley and James McLean bring you a collection of #DoctorWho news and link-inspired chats in this week's podKast, which focuses on Christian's frustration with the number of in-jokes in Titan Comics' Doctor Who: The Fourth Doctor #2. Do in-jokes work for you? Do you find meta references a bit over the top these days? Click play to find out what Christian and James have to say on the matter, as well as their thoughts on John Barrowman's rumoured return, the Eighth Doctor's timeline, a rediscovered interview with Cyberman creators Kit Pedler and Gerry Davis, and Christian's frustrations with Upstart Crow.
Back to new Who series 1! Join Deb, Erika, Liz, and Tansy as we talk about Rob Shearman's resurrection of the Doctor's most iconic enemy, the Daleks. We do a little "fanthropology" and talk about how we each felt watching this story when it first aired and whether we feel any different now. It was a turning-point episode for some of us, but does it live up to the memories? Listen and see! What do you think of "Dalek"? Is it still (or was it ever) amazing? Or does TV from 11 years ago look too different to take as seriously? Let us know in the comments! Pop over to our giveaway post to enter! ^E Also covered: Liz's new Star Wars the Old Republic guildie is an old-school DW fan! Tansy enjoys all the Bill fan art on Tumblr! gives kudos to Hot Topic/Torrid for their size-inclusive Doctor Who clothing line! Erika enjoyed Calgary Expo and livetweeted two panels: John Barrowman! Billie Piper! Deb is mightily intrigued and excited by the prospect of a Doctor Who writers' room under Chris C ...
OMG, I'm back! Is anyone still out there? *crickets* Um, maybe not. Anyway, it's really good to be back, finally. I've had tons of Big Life Stuff pod-blocking me all year, but I think I'm now in a good place to get back aboard the good-ship Terminus. Admittedly I was a bit under the weather recording the episode, but I was just so determined to get a new episode done and dusted, I went forward with it anyway. Let it be known that many coughs were valiantly sacrificed on the cutting floor, though. So, that was definitely a challenge! Well, that and trying not to slip up and say 'Chinballs' instead of Chibnall, because REASONS. Anyway, join me on this episode as I talk about my humble little podcast's plans for the year and then also my thoughts about the new companion (as)Bill, the 2017 Doctor Who television hiatus, Steven Moffat leaving as showrunner, and finally Chris Chibnall coming on board as showrunner in his stead. I hope you all will join me and, as always, glad to have you ...
Alasdair’s still in Chicago (well, at least when we recorded this, which was immediately after the last episode) for a special mailbag episode! We run through all your emails and missives that have accumulated while we’ve been taking all our hiatuses. What’s our favorite music? What’s the best pairing of Doctor and companion? And, given how long it took us to reply, is one listener with a newborn already looking into colleges? Listen on and find out!
@tindogpodcast reviews THIS EXCLUSIVE RELEASE IS ONLY AVAILABLE FROM THE BIG FINISH WEBSITE “There Is Nothing To Fear...” Mankind is fighting a long and costly war with its android creations in the Orion System. The deadlock must be broken at all costs. The President of Earth is offered an unthinkable strategy that cannot be refused. Deep below the ocean, an ancient spaceship has been discovered. One that contains the remains of the great civilisation we could have been if we’d taken another path. A purer path... Now the Scorpius strategy is in full operation. Silver legions stand impassive in every city; mankind has sacrificed its freedoms and a web of lies and deceit draws ever tighter. Only one choice remains - resist or surrender... Written By: Nicholas Briggs & James Swallow Directed By: Nicholas Briggs Cast Mark McDonnell (Liam Barnaby/Nash), Hannah Smith (Samantha Thorn/Computer),Barnaby Edwards (Paul Hunt/Comms), Sarah Mowatt (Karen Brett/Supervisor/Welsh Citizen), Ian Broo ...
The Curse of Fenric - Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast This time, Charles and Jesse discuss the classic Seventh Doctor and Ace story from 1989 starring Sylvester McCoy and Sophie Aldred, along with their initial thoughts on Pearl Mackie as new companion Bill. Charles Twitter is @CharlesSkaggs Jesse’s Twitter is @JesseJacksonDFW Show’s Twitter is @NextStopSMG Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Please go to iTunes to rate and review us!
229 days until the 2016 Christmas Special! TELLER: Welcome to Mostly Harmless Cutaway One One Two featuring Mark and Eric. Join us as we delve into the Peter Capaldi's fifth outing as The Doctor, Time Heist. Let the banter begin! For those who don't know, most of our Series 8 reviews were recorded in 2014, though never produced/released. Here's a treat for those of you who have waited for so long—we got your tweets. ;) Blogpage poster art by Stuart Manning stuart-manning.tumblr.com LINKS: Hustle (TV Series): en.wikipedia.org Mark @MarkCockram: Nerdology UK: nerdology-cockers.blogspot.com The Blue Box Podcast: podbean.com/podcast-detail/sgrjf-35e24/The-Blue-Box-Podcast WARNING: This discussion contains miscellaneous K-9 and Company, Torchwood, Sarah Jane Adventures, Sherlock, Class, new WHO, and/or classic SPOILERS pertaining to Doctor Who. If you are 100% spoilerphobic to new & classic episodes not yet seen, do NOT complain to us. This episode is MOSTLY HARMLESS & contains EXPLICIT ...
What do you get when have a class struggle between the bearded environmentalists, corporate greed, a hologram lizard, the Third Doctor, and Jo? You get "Colony in Space" a would-be epic six-parter from the Pertwee era. Is this a standout story? Or is it worthy of the name we gave it in the title of this episode? Listen in and find out! Send us hate mail at email@example.com, look for our popular page on Facebook, and follow Sean on Twitter via @tardistavern.
… in which our fearless podcaster goes back in time to 1996 when he attempted to explain to the readers of rec.arts.drwho how the events of The TV Movie fit into (what was then) established continuity. Also, St. Xtofer joins in to review the Paul McGann Big Finish audio adventure "The Stones of Venice". Closing Music: Everybody in the TARDIS (Type 40 Mix) by Matt Hawkins.
As The Year With No Doctor Who drags on, new cracks in spacetime emerge, amongst them a back-and-forth war between the BBC and its enemies in government and without, and the surprising news that Chris Chibnall might adopt the (predominantly) American model of a writer's room for his tenure as showrunner for Doctor Who. Intriguing! And while thinking about the future, why not reflect on the past? Specifically, ponder upon the legacy of the twentieth anniversary of the TV Movie, with a panel recorded at LI Who featuring Paul McGann, Daphne Ashbrook, Matthew Jacobs, and Gary Russell! And as if that isn't enough, we have an interview with Yee Jee Tso about "Time and Spaces," his photo book contrasting the Vancouver shooting locations of the movie in 1996 and today! Check out the show notes at http://www.radiofreeskaro.com
The ESW crew welcomes a new companion to Doctor Who and says goodbye to one of the most well loved ones. Mike, Mike, Jennifer, Mary, and guest Kirby Bartlett-Sloan discuss the news of Pearl Mackie... 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.
Hey Who fans! It’s a full on show today with news, merch and reviews (and we also announce the winner of our book giveaway). Let’s go! The News After discussing the Target artwork gallery at the Cartoon Museum in London last week, who was it that opened the gallery, none other than Steven Moffat and Peter Capaldi! Candy Jar also unveil the cover for the next book in the series The Showstoppers. Merch Corner Need to keep your desk tidy? This new Tardis themed pen/pencil/any small stationary holder will look great on any desk, find it at The Monster Factory.com. Rubbertoe Replicas have released the very cool looking Neural Block prop as seen in Hell Bent. It’s a great looking little replica which would look great on the shelf. “The Robots of Death” Review It’s felt like ages since we travelled on an adventure with the 4th Doctor so it’s good to get back into it with The Doctor and Leela as they investigate some murderous robots but who’s sabotaged this mining mission? Do we have enou ...
Brian Terranova, James McLean and Christian Cawley welcome you to another #DoctorWho podKast with a K, this week talking about Class, the BBC's scheduling concerns, and whether Doctor Who should move away from the format established in 2005 and embrace some of the changes in TV drama since. What do you think? Click play below to listen, and then let us know.
Series 2, Episode 41 of Doctor Who: The Memory Cheats! And the story we will be discussing today is... Visit our website at http://www.thememorycheats.libsyn.com Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/thememorycheats Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DoctorWhoTheMemoryCheats
This title was released in May 2016. It will be exclusively available to buy from the BF website until July 31st 2016, and on general sale after this date. / / Sergeant Andy Davidson has always wanted to join Torchwood. And now he finally gets his chance. / / Under the strict observation of his Torchwood Assessor, Andy sets out to prove he's got what it takes. When a chemical spill turns out to have serious consequences, when monsters roam the Bay, and when an ancient entity awakes, Andy decides he could do with a helping hand. The problem is his Torchwood Assessor doesn't have any hands. Norton Folgate is a ghost. / / Torchwood contains adult material and may not be suitable for younger listeners / / Written By: James Goss / Directed By: Scott Handcock / / Cast / / Tom Price (Sergeant Andy Davidson), Samuel Barnett (Norton Folgate), David Warner (OAP), Lisa Bowerman (Quite Anxious Shopper), Laura Doddington and Aaron Neil (The Graces) / / Producer: James Goss
With Erik back, we turn once again to a book penned by Gary Russell, author of the Virgin Missing Adventure The Scales of Injustice and the BBC Past Doctor Adventure Business Unusual. This month, it's the Virgin Missing Adventure Invasion of the Cat-People, featuring the Second Doctor, Ben, and Polly. From the back cover: 'Explode the buoys? But that will destroy the earth!' 'Oh dear, so it will. Pass on my apologies to the humans, won't you?' Earth has been invade. Twice. Thousands of years ago by a race searching for a new power source. More recently by the galactic marauders known as the Cat-People, who intend to continue the work done by the earlier visitors, with devastating results. The recently regenerated Doctor, along with companions Ben and Polly, teams up with a group of amateur ghost-hunters and a mysterious white witch on a journey that takes them from twentieth-century Cumbria to the Arabian deserts of folklore and Australia 40,000 years in the past. Can the Doctor st ...
Time for another first-based Extra! (Which is sadly sans-Deb--damn real world!) Join Erika, Katrina, and Lynne as we talk about Chris Chibnall's first foray into the televised Doctor Who universe. It's not an ep of DW, however. The first he wrote was the second episode of Torchwood, "Day One". It's a solid start that gets the series rolling with lots of delicious character interaction and provides much-needed visibility for bisexual people. That's our story and we're sticking to it. Have you seen "Day One"? Did you enjoy it as much as we did? Or is "camp-noir" not for you? Let us know in the comments! ^E Bonus link [on our site]: Time Unincorporated: Volume 3
Dan and Eric head for the icy planet of Ribos to talk about swinging, keys of time, the world's tallest sixth grader, and the colonel's chicken. All in our review of the classic Doctor Who story, "THE RIBOS OPERATION."
We’re together in Chicago to record this episode, as Alasdair decided it was easier to drive 12 hours than to edit together a couple different Skype recordings. (We’re kidding. Kind of.) Anyway, today’s episode looks at the most series six story to ever series six, as Alasdair and Caroline consider the bold, ludicrous, frustrating, yet exhilirating season-opening two-parter that is “The Impossible Astronaut” / “Day Of The Moon.” We agree the Silence are terrifying, Richard Nixon is surprisingly great, and Mark Sheppard is all kinds of awesome as Canton Everett Delaware III, but beyond that? Honestly, just figuring out half the things that happen in this story is a bit of a challenge, so we’ve got our work cut out for us in this epic two-hour podcast.
After a banner week of...well, a new companion announcement and accompanying short, which counts for a lot in this, The Year of No Doctor Who, we're back to an absolutely desolate news list-ette with barely anything of consequence beyond an art show about Target Books. Which is admittedly pretty cool! And we've also put the Series 9 commentaries on the back burner, but only temporarily, because this week we have an interview with Peter Harness, writer of "The Zygon Invasion" and "The Zygon Inversion", and all around classy fella to boot! Listen and learn (about Zygons)! Check out the show notes at http://www.radiofreeskaro.com
237 days until the 2016 Christmas Special! 23JUN10: [Original shownotes] Speculation on what BIG FINISH Day is. A review of Legend of the Cybermen. and do you like the trilogy format of stories? Just discovered a site called audioreviews.org.uk which does BF reviews too!. -CT This episode also contains a review by Mr Graeme Sheridan @The2ndDoctor. Cyber Testicle is a uniquely satirical Doctor Who podcast focused mainly on DW Big Finish audio dramas. As the podcast can no longer be obtained anywhere else, we re-post it now on the MHC feed to preserve the legacy for posterity. Audio presented is the purely untouched original audio file. Stay tuned to this feed for more classic Cyber Testicle to be posted every first of the month. Only 9 remaining! WARNING: Uncut - Unrated - Unrelenting This discussion contains Big Finish, new WHO, and classic SPOILERS pertaining to Doctor Who. If you are 100% spoilerphobic to new & classic episodes not yet seen, do not complain to us. This episode is ...
Hey Who fans, welcome to episode 88 and it’s a big news week for DW – we have a new companion! Yes, we discuss our newest member of the Tardis family then onto our review of The End of the World but first… catch-up’s and news. The News Last series episode Heaven Sent has been nominated for a HUGO Award which is excellent news! If you can get to London by May 11th the Cartoon Museum is showcasing lots of original art work from the Target book covers. Lastly, it’s the news we’ve all been waiting for, yes, the new companion is – Pearl Mackie. Merch Corner Linked to our story regarding the Target original artwork there’s a republish of Target Books – A History of the Target Doctor Who Books which has also been updated which goes into the history of the Target novels and a guide to each Doctor’s stories plus this edition now included the audio releases too. Order yours from Telos Publishing. “The End of the World” Review It’s not often you get whisked away in a space ship that’s capable ...
@TinDogPodcast Reviews The Master: wanted for crimes without number, across five galaxies. The Master: escaped his pursuers. Last known location: rural Hexford, England, Earth. The Master: dead and buried in an unmourned grave, in a lonely churchyard. Apparently. Written By: Alan BarnesDirected By: Jamie Anderson Cast Peter Davison (The Doctor), Geoffrey Beevers (The Master), Sheena Bhattessa(Annie), Alex Foley (Colin), Peta Cornish (Helen/Jade Nymph), Russ Bain(Mikey/Grigor), Tessa Coates (Janine), Nick Ellsworth (Gomphus/Auctioneer). Other parts portrayed by the cast. Producer David RichardsonScript Editor Alan Barnes
Episode 54 - David J Howe talks to us about the welcome and imminent re-release of his critically acclaimed ‘The Target Book’, the definitive reference guide to the much loved Doctor Who novelisation range. We also chat about David’s early involvement in Doctor Who fandom and fanzines, the Frame magazine, his work on the Virgin ‘Decades’ and Handbook series as well as the Jon Pertwee Autobiography “I am the Doctor!” Also listen to the very end for a special Easter egg featuring David on ABC Radio talking about the 30th anniversary of Doctor Who! The new edition of The Target Book and Telos's other Doctor Who works can be ordered at http://goo.gl/5dzmSQ
Series 2, Episode 40 of Doctor Who: The Memory Cheats! And the story we will be discussing today is... Visit our website at http://www.thememorycheats.libsyn.com Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/thememorycheats Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DoctorWhoTheMemoryCheats
Pearl Mackie is the new #DoctorWho companion, in the year's second biggest Doctor Who news. Unveiled, strangely, during a football match, the actress had her first outing as Bill in a short two minute trailer of knowing meta Dalek-mocking nonsense. But what did we think of it? PLUS: We talk everything from Star Wars to Torchwood, via Monty Python.
We are all over the map this week! Join Deb, Erika, Katrina, and Liz as we discuss all sorts of interesting Doctor Who goodness. First, we dump our "happy thing" segment and break our no-news rule because the announcement of a new companion is a Big Deal! We're excited about having a new face in the TARDIS, but the level of excitement varies wildly between Verities. Next, we continue our run through classic season 1 with "The Edge of Destruction". It's a fascinating set piece that delves into the characters of our first TARDIS team in a spooky and often disturbing way. Chillingly delightful! Finally, we touch on our first missing story, "Marco Polo". There are oodles of ways to consume this one, and we all did it differently. We compare various methods and talk about the story itself. Opinions vary on this one even more than they do on the new companion. Oh, and in addition to all that, we're doing another Verity! GIVEAWAY! If you need some cool fan merch, Redbubble is the place fo ...
@TinDogPodcast Reviews Professor Nightshade - tea time terror for all the family, and the most loved show in Britain. But Professor Nightshade's days are long over, and Edmund Trevithick is now just an unemployed actor in a retirement home, fondly remembering his past. It's the same through the entire village of Crook Marsham - people are falling prey to their memories. At first harmlessly, and then, the bodies begin to turn up. The Doctor and Ace arrive on the scene - but, with the Doctor planning his retirement, it may be time for Professor Nightshade to solve one last case. Nightshade is based on the novel by Mark Gatiss from the Virgin New Adventures series of Doctor Who books Written By: Mark Gatiss, adapted by Kyle C SzikoraDirected By: Scott Handcock Cast Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Sophie Aldred (Ace), John Castle (Edmund Trevithick), Samuel Barnett (Robin), Katherine Jakeways (Jill), Edward Harrison(Dr Hawthorne), Jonny Magnanti (Lawrence), Tom Price (Sgt Barclay) and Ca ...