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.
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 ...
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.
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!
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?!
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 ...
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 ...
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 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.
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)
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, Cult TV, Sci-Fi, Sci-Fi Movies, Super Heroes, Fantasy, Books & Comics. Commentaries, Interviews, Live Reviews & Studio Specials. http://cultdom.com/ @Cultdom The Past, Present and Future of Cult Media. Running six years with 550+ episodes! This Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com
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.
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
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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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 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.
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 Who fans to episode 76! Some great news items to get through then onto our review of one of the 7th Doctor’s strangest stories – Delta and the Bannermen. The News The brilliant Lethbridge-Stewart novels from Candy Jar Books are getting the audio book treatment in conjunction with Fantom Films. Read by Terry Molloy, famous as portraying Davros in the show, the audio books will be available to order individually or as a bundle directly from Fantom Films. BBC Books are to re-issue seven of the old Target novelisations; Doctor Who and the Zarbi by Bill Strutton (First Doctor); Doctor Who and the Web of Fear by Terrance Dicks (Second Doctor); Doctor Who and the Dinosaur Invasion by Malcolm Hulke (Third Doctor); Doctor Who and the Genesis of the Daleks by Terrance Dicks (Fourth Doctor); Doctor Who: The Visitation by Eric Saward (Fifth Doctor); Doctor Who: Vengeance on Varos by Philip Martin (Sixth Doctor) and Doctor Who: Battlefield by Marc Platt (Seventh Doctor). Looking forward ...
Series 2, Episode 28 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
Yes, dear listener, we finally did it. After literally months of planning and promises, as well as a few hints, we've produced a kommentary (with a k) for the Graham Williams-era classic/rightly maligned nonsense The Horns of Nimon, starring Tom Baker and Lalla Ward as the Doctor and Romana, with Graham Crowden as Soldeed. James McLean, Brian A Terranova and guest podKaster Gareth Kavanagh gathered on Sunday to produce a fan commentary for the first two parts of the serial (well, all of it, but Audioboom upload restrictions mean we divide the kommentary into two parts) and it really does turn out to be a fascinating discussion. And although he couldn't make the recording, Christian Cawley is nevertheless present, introducing proceedings...
As promised, for our year of firsts, we're taking you back to the very beginning! Join Deb, Erika, Liz, and Tansy as we dive into the very very first Doctor Who story, "An Unearthly Child". We've all seen the first episode more times than the latter three, but we have a surprising(?) amount of positivity about the rest of the story. Those cavemen aren't half bad! What do you think of the Doctor's first onscreen outing? Let us know in the comments! ^E Also covered [links on our site]: Liz delights in her LEGO Dimensions fun pack (even though she doesn't have the game itself)! anticipates a fantastic Gallifrey One! WROTE A BOOK about "The Ambassadors of Death"! Tansy also adores LEGO Dimensions! adores The Diary of River Song from Big Finish! Erika wishes a speedy recovery to Michael from the Tin Dog Podcast! giggled over Sarah Dollard's tweets about her father watching Doctor Who! can't wait for Gally! Deb looks forward to cooking geeky treats from The Official Doctor Who Cookbook! ...
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Let’s take a psychedelic trip with a galactic yo-yo! Mike, Mike, Mary, and the award-winning artist Mark Maddox discover the power of Axonite – everything from resizing frogs to... 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.
327 days until The 2016 Christmas Special! 10JUN10: 2 years to the day marks how long it has been since we have presented classic Cyber Testicle podcast on our feed. For those who don't know, this 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. [Original shownotes] A review of The Wreck of the Titan [by Barnaby Edwards] another tale in the Jamie and 6th Doctor story arc. My thanks to Mr Graeme Sheridan @The2ndDoctor for his additional review of this story AND the accompanying Companion Chronicle. -CT This episode also features a classic promo for TARDIS Tavern. Stay tuned to this feed for more classic Cyber Testicle to be posted every first of the month. WARNING: Uncut - Unrated - Unrelenting This discussion contains Big Finish, new WHO, and classic SPOILE ...
The Tenth Planet Adam, Debbie, Kirby and Andy finish our journey through the William Hartnell era. We also talk Dimensions convention in Newcastle 7-9 October, You Won’t Get This One, feedback and news.
A modulated frequency wave cancellation signal isn’t something that the Doctor and Romana expect to detect in 1960s London. But then they don’t expect to find Professor Lanchester, the man who invented it, lying unconscious. Or MI5 investigating. With the help of MI5 Agent Miller, Lanchester’s daughter Jill, and his nephew a pirate radio DJ called Mark, the Doctor, Romana and K-9 investigate. They soon discover that there is more at risk than they imagined, and an alien invasion is about to begin. Can the Doctor identify and defeat the aliens in time? Will Romana manage to find a recombinant transducer before it’s too late? And how will K-9 cope with his new job? Written By: Justin RichardsDirected By: Nicholas Briggs Cast Tom Baker (The Doctor), Lalla Ward (Romana), John Leeson (K9), Karl Theobald(Mark Lanchaster), Phil Mulryne (Barnaby Miller), Alix Wilton Regan (Jill), John Banks (Derek Fretus) Producer David RichardsonScript Editor John Dorney
Is it true? Is Doctor Who leaving Netflix and Hulu in the US? It certainly appears that way, and the Three Who Rule range from perturbed to sanguine at this development, tempered with speculation on a possible BBC streaming service. Plus there’s news of dolls, coloring books, poorly considered song choices by future showrunners, and a full length documentary by Steven from the heart of Big Finish’s HQ in deepest London. What mysteries do these auditory magicians hold in their secret lair! Listen…and learn! Check out the show notes at http://www.radiofreeskaro.com
Hey Who fans! Big big news this week but before that the obligatory waffle then later our review of series 1’s Dalek. The News Mr Capaldi has been busy the last week, not with Who but with more real life problems and stories. Taking time out from his schedule he made a trip to Jordan to visit some of the refugee camps and see the tragedy there. A very touching video is online featuring Capaldi himself and his experiences there. All respect to Capaldi. A new Kickstarter campaign started recently which is sure to please any retro pinball machine fans. Video game developers Farsight Studios, who specialise in taking actual classic pinball machines and digitising them to play on computers and consoles, have acquired a classic Doctor Who pinball machine but need help in getting the required licensing to bring it to market. Check out their campaign on Kickstarter and give it a backing if you want to get hold of this awesome bit of Doctor Who gaming nostalgia. BIG NEWS! As you will all be ...
… in which two fearless podcasters see the light at the end of the tunnel and hope it's not an oncoming train. JB is joined by Daniel Harper, co-host of the Oi! Spaceman: A Doctor Who Love Story Podcast, Of course the topic of discussion and speculation is the news of Steven Moffat handing over the mantle of Doctor Who showrunner to Chris Chibnall.
We offer our long-awaited review of season nine, which turns into an increasingly byzantine series of comparisons between the various new Who seasons. Is season nine like half of season five? Like season two but with season four’s Doctor? Or maybe season six divided by season three? Who even knows! (Certainly not us.) We also offer a fond farewell to all the different Claras we’ve met – and we’re not even talking about the actual multiple incarnations of Clara on the show – mourn Doctor Who’s exit from Netflix, and have a fun round of Who Alumni Theater that ranges from CW superheroes to Shakespearean history. Oh, and there’s also a digression about the numbering system of the Super Bowl for just zero reason whatsoever.
Series 2, Episode 27 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
Schedule be damned! When there's Doctor Who news this big, we throw gently set the spreadsheet aside. Join Deb, Erika, and Tansy as we talk about our feelings upon hearing Steven Moffat will be stepping down after season 10. And just as importantly, we discuss our hopes and fears for the Chris Chibnall era to come. Of course, the news that we won't have any new Doctor Who until the Christmas special is quite something as well. We've got sadness and joy, hope and fear, excitement and meh. What about you? What was your reaction to all the news? Let us know in the comments! ^E Bonus link [on our site]: Erika's tweet in the Radio Times
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'A very very good box set... Alex Kingston gives River her all... more layers to her character... 9/10 Sweetie.' Planet Mondas 1.1 The Boundless Sea by Jenny T Colgan River Song has had more than enough excitement for a while. Deciding the universe – and her husband – can look after themselves, she has immersed herself in early 20th century academia, absorbed in writing archaeological theses. But when a mysterious tomb is found in a dry, distant land, excitement comes looking for River. Can Professor Song stop any more members of the expedition from dying? What deadly secrets lie buried within the crypt? And will British Consul Bertie Potts prove to be a help, or a hindrance? 1.2 I Went to a Marvellous Party by Justin Richards River Song always enjoys a good party, even when she’s not entirely sure where or when the party is taking place. But the party she ends up at is one where not everything – or indeed everyone – is what it seems… Being River, it doesn’t take her too long to go ...
So, the news has finally been released. Steven Moffat will move on from Doctor Who after Series 10, with Broadchurch creator Chris Chibnall taking his place with Series 11 in 2018. To discuss a turn of events that seem so late, if they were a train the conductor wouldn't bother checking tickets, Christian Cawley and James McLean welcome fourth podKaster Gareth Kavanagh to the show this week. We look at the timing of the announcement, read between the lines of the BBC statement, and consider some of Chibnall's various successes and failures in the past in the world of Doctor Who and beyond.
On the thirty-first edition of Reality Bomb, we have a super-sized episode that starts with a discussion with Keynon Wallace and Nikki Stafford about Doctor Who's new showrunner (in 2018) Chris Chibnall. Then, we're looking back at this past Christmas and The Husbands of River Song with Angelique Roche and Tammy Cunningham. Plus Lindsey Mayers, Shannon Dohar and Rebecca Diem go back and revisit the speculations they made about Series 9 last September and The Android Invasion is in the Gallery of the Underrated courtesy of Jim Sangster. All this and the world's most popular podcast examines a fan argument, week by week!
Moffat Out -Chibnall In The Smugglers Adam, Debbie, Kirby and Mary review William Hartnell’s penultimate story and talk about the eventual departure of Steven Moffat. We also have feedback and You Won’t Get This One.
“… when the wind stands fair and the night is perfect, when you least expect it but always when you need it most, there is a song.” The post #42 – The Husbands of River Song appeared first on Who's On.
The Doctor Who world was rocked this week by the news that Steven Moffat will be stepping down as showrunner, to be replaced by Chris Chibnall, showrunner of Broadchurch and writer of Torchwood, Life on Mars and yes, Doctor Who fame. What did the Three Who Rule think of this seismic shift, not to mention the fact that there won’t be any new Who until Christmas of this year? More to the point, what are their views on digitizing Doctor Who pinball? Never let it be said we don’t focus on the important issues here at RFS. Just in case baseless speculation isn’t your thing, we also have an interview with Katy Manning, recorded at LI Who and presented here for your listening pleasure. Check out the show notes at http://www.radiofreeskaro.com
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 334 Running time: 1:32:03 In this recorded live show, we review the 2015 series finale, plus news and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani, Dave Cooper, Lee Shackleford, Kyle Jones, and Taras Hnatyshyn. 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.
With a decent chunk of our listenership snowed in by the big blizzard, we figure now – only a month or so after the movie’s release! – is the perfect time to put out our thoughts about the new Star Wars movie. Caroline and Alasdair both admit that Star Wars has never meant as much to them as Doctor Who. (This podcast isn’t Debating Star Wars, after all.) But they both have largely positive things to say about the movie as a fun action movie, even if both are a little more skeptical of the film’s reputation as a feminist blockbuster. As podlets go, this one is as long as some of our actual episodes, but don’t worry: We’ve got a good feeling about this.
On reprend tranquillement les podcasts avec le premier numéro de 2016 consacré à The Husbands of River Song. On commence cette nouvelle année avec un invité en la personne de Johan, un ami qui a découvert Doctor Who grâce à nous, yeah !! Pour autant, on ne déroge pas à la traditionnelle structure des podcasts ... Cet article Podcast #42 – The Husbands of River Song est apparu en premier sur WHONIVERSE.fr.
Alasdair and Caroline jump on Skype to bring you their immediate reaction to the news that Steven Moffat will be departing Doctor Who after season 10. Broadchurch and Doctor Who writer Chris Chibnall has been announced as his replacement, so the hosts look back on Chibnall’s creative output, make some predictions for the future, and help you cope with the fact that there will be no newDoctor Who episodes for almost a year!
Episode 50 - We are fifty episodes old and to 'celebrate' we countdown our top 5 WTF moments in Doctor Who. Which moments during the shows long history has us either shouting out in triumph or had us curled in the foetal position screaming for our mother! All this plus our thoughts on 'The Husbands of River Song' and the long overdue return of our 'Dragged from the Archives' segment where we look back at early 1988 where Timelord-mania ruled the radio waves, Doctor Who movie news and speculation on who J-N-T's successor will be.
Synopsis Four new stories starring the Seventh Doctor and Ace! You Are the Doctor by John Dorney YOU are the Doctor, a mysterious traveller in time and space. Will YOU succeed in foiling the ghastly plans of the horrible Porcians, the most inept invaders in all the cosmos? Or will you get yourself killed, over and over again? Come Die With Me by Jamie Anderson A spooky old house. A body in the library. A killer on the loose. The Doctor accepts the challenge laid down by the sinister Mr Norris: to solve a murder mystery that’s defeated 1,868 of the greatest intellects in the universe… and counting. The Grand Betelgeuse Hotel by Christopher Cooper The TARDIS brings the Doctor and Ace to the most opulent casino hotel in the cosmos – a haunt of the rich, the famous and the unutterably corrupt. There’s a robbery in progress – but is the Doctor really in on the plan? Dead to the World by Matthew Elliott Tourist spaceship the Daedalus hangs suspended in space, all but three of its passeng ...
Hey Who fans! Before we go crashing into Karn for our review of The Brain of Morbius we have some Who news for you. The News Series 9 picks up a Golden Tomato Award. Movie and TV review site Rotten Tomatoes has awarded series 9 the most reviewed show, smashing! Russell T Davies has picked up the Outstanding Contribution to Writing Award at the prestigious annual Writers’ Guild of Great Britain Awards. He was thrilled to be receiving an award from fellow writers and praises the Writers’ Guild for it’s good work. Nice job RTD. Sad news now. The creator of the Zygons Robert Banks Stewart has passed away at the age of 84. After a successful career writing scripts for a number of television shows he’ll be remembered by Who fans as the creator of the Zygons but also penning the brilliant story The Seeds of Doom, bringing us the Krynoid no less! “The Brain of Morbius” Review Back now to the 4th Doctor era with our review of this Frankenstein-esque tale. The Doctor and Sarah Jane are in tr ...
On this episode of the ESW podcast, there’s a whole lotta Shada going on! Mike, Mike, Jen, Mary and Nathan Laws watch the existing footage DVD, read the novelization by Gareth Roberts, and... 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.
School Reunion - Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast This time, Charles and Jesse are discuss the Tenth Doctor story starring David Tennant and Billie Piper, featuring the return of Sarah Jane Smith and K-9. @NextStopSMG @CharlesSkaggs @JesseJacksonDFW
Series 2, Episode 26 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
Welcome to our first "first" Extra! Join Deb, Erika, Liz, and Lynne as we dip back in time to look at Steven Moffat's first official contribution to the world of Doctor Who. It's a short story called "Continuity Errors", originally published in the Decalog 3: Consequences collection. We find lots of very familiar ideas and spend some delightful time comparing these elements to elements of his televised stories. Have you read "Continuity Errors"? If so, what did you think? Did you recognize many of the same tropes you've seen on TV? Or did you read it first and recognize his televised stories as similar to this? Let us know in the comments! ^E
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We had to hit the Fast Return button on this week's podKast following a last-minute personnel issue, so join Christian Cawley and James McLean as they pretty much wing it, covering everything from recent departures in the world of pop culture to DVD commentaries, #StarWars skits, and recent #DoctorWho news. We cover a lot of ground this week, there's so much to talk about! Also: ballpoint or fountain?
Believe it or not, Kyle and Erik haven't talked about Robert Holmes since Gallifrey 2014! That's right, almost two years since we've even ventured down the path of Doctor Who's most prolific and celebrated script writer. Well, diving back in, the boys get to discuss "The Ribos Operation" and "The Power of Kroll" from the Key to Time season and "The Caves of Androzani" which served as Peter Davison's final story. Lots to talk about? Uhh, sure. Some more than others. Next month, we'll be at Gallifrey One again! If you see us, come up and say hello!
For almost as long as Doctor Who has been around, there have been excited scribes chronicling its triumphs, tragedies, terrors and the finer points of Terileptil husbandry. Chief amongst these chroniclers of Time Lord lore has been Doctor Who Magazine, currently under the expert tutelage of gentleman editor Tom Spilsbury, our interview subject for this week’s episode. We also have a mere sprinkling of news, most of it Big Finish related! We also pay tribute to a couple of titans we lost this past week in David Bowie and Alan Rickman. Listen…if you dare! Check out the show notes at http://www.radiofreeskaro.com
Alasdair and Caroline break down this year’s Doctor Who Christmas special, “The Husbands Of River Song.” River is back, but is she the same River we’ve come to know and love? Caroline has a lot of thoughts on the return of one of her favorite Doctor Who characters while Alasdair expands upon his A.V. Club review to point out this episode’s strengths and weaknesses.
"It's not exactly dull travelling with the Doctor." Not normally, Tegan. Not normally... But this is the season 19 closer, Time-Flight, in which the Doctor seems to be under heavy sedation, OmNyssia knows all the answers, Tegan remains an air hostess (not that she ever hints at this) and Adric is still dead (mercifully). The Master is at large too, coercing a plane-full of extras into caressing an inner sanctum, wherein lies a battery crammed full of blokes and an orang-utan's family jewels. He also finds time to co-ordinate a platoon of turd men, all while nursing a projectile cold. But which passenger is Victor Foxtrot? Why is Concorde's progress monitored from a broom cupboard? And why on (prehistoric) Earth is the Master cosplaying as the last Widow Twankey in the job centre, even when he's on his Jack Jones? Listen in to hear Jim, Martin and special guest Ian Atkins pick through the wreckage.
Hey Who fans! We have some short news this week before bounding into our review of The God Complex. The News The new spin-off show which is due to air this Autumn is now to be co-produced by BBC America. While originally going to be produced solely by BBC Wales as per the regular show, this is now being made (and also broadcast) with our friends across the pond. The ever child like 7th Doctor Sylvester McCoy is to check-in to the real life Marigold Hotel. A new documentary on BBC 2 later this month will record the antics of a bunch of senior citizens as they embark on a long holiday to India to see if this is the retirement life for them. Cue much larking about and spoon playing! “The God Complex” Review We take a trip back to series 6 now and pull out one of the isolated stories. Themes of faith, fear and goodbyes test the team of The Doctor, Amy and Rory but how do we feel about it? A worthy re-watch or is it best left in room 11? Thanks for all your thoughts and audio clips. Our ...
…in which our fearless podcaster gets taken to task by a James Bond villain. Once again the listeners have their say on the latest season of Doctor Who. Also a quick review of "The Force Awakens" and "The Husbands of River Song".
The bird has flown the coop and made it back to Gallifrey! What kind if shenanigans are in store for the Doctor while he’s back home? Just who is the hybrid, really? These questions and more come to us from the final story of this season of Doctor Who! The post #41 – Hell Bent appeared first on Who's On.
Series 2, Episode 25 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
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 333 Running time: 1:40:44 In this recorded live show, we review the episode 'Face the Raven', plus news and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani, Dave Cooper, Kyle Jones, and Taras Hnatyshyn. 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's the first official episode of our fourth year! Join Deb, Erika, Liz, and Lynne as we start off our year-of-firsts with "rose", the first episode of Doctor Who's 2005 re-launch! We discuss our thoughts (if any) at the announcement of the show's return, our reactions to the episode as it aired, and our feelings about it now. There's also some fascinating LiveJournal archaeology and at one point, Erika has a "Liz" moment. It's loads of fun to kick off a new year! What do you think of "Rose"? And were you excited about the show's return? Were you nervous? Or did you not even know about it at the time? Let us know in the comments! ^E Also covered [links on our site]: Lynne squees supersonically to see John Barrowman announcing a Captain Jack FunkoPop vinyl fig! Liz delightedly learns Companion Piece is on the non fiction long-list for the British Science Fiction Association awards! Erika enjoyed several lovely Doctor Who podcasting experiences: The Incomparable's series 9 round-up! ...
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We're back with our first podKast of 2016. And while it looks as though we won't have any #DoctorWho until the final quarter of the year at the earliest, there is a heck of a lot of stuff to talk about. So join Christian Cawley, Brian Terranova and James McLean as they weigh up everything that's piqueing their interest in the first half of 2016, such as The #X-Files, Ripper Street, #GameofThrones, Death in Paradise, Midsomer Murders and more. PLUS: plenty of Doctor Who, a #Sherlock review and even some Monty Python talk!
Adam, Kirby, Mary and Andy talk about the reconstruction of Steven’s last story, The Savages. Then Debbie joins us at the end of You Won’t Get This One. Only Ian Kirk gives us feedback for a second week running and we also have time for news and Isabella’s Input on a different subject.