Become a Podshock Supporting Subscriber
Now more than ever, we need your support! Become a Supporting Subscriber today.

August 2009


tarashnat's picture

SJA series three episode titles [SPOILERS]

Prisoner of the Judoon, by Phil Ford

The Mad Woman in the Attic, by Joseph Lidster

The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith, by Gareth Roberts

The Eternity Trip, by Phil Ford

Mona Lisa's Revenge, Phil Ford

The Gift, by Rupert Laight

This Week In Doctor Who - August 22, 2009

This Week In Doctor Who
August 22, 2009 - Vol 12, No 32
The weekly guide to Doctor Who broadcasts worldwide since 1998.
by Benjamin F. Elliott
http://tv.groups.yahoo.com/group/thisweekindoctorwho
http://rss.groups.yahoo.com/group/thisweekindoctorwho/rss
http://www.gallifreyanembassy.org/vortex?q=twidw
http://thisweekindoctorwho.blogspot.com

Belgium - LeDeux has finally scheduled Series 4 of Doctor Who. Episodes premiere late Saturday afternoons around 4:55PM CET starting 29 August. Expect repeats during the week, but we don't have days and times yet.

Louis Trapani's picture

Hell Drivers

Hell DriversBack in our previous forums, Dave AC ( @daveac ) posted some photos from the 1957 film, Hell Drivers which starred many established and upcoming actors including William Hartnell, Sean Connery, David McCallum, and Patrick McGoohan among others. 

I just discovered it is playing in New York City as part of a Brit Film Noir festival. Unfortunately, I only found out now, so it is very short notice as it is only playing Friday and Saturday the 21 and 22 of August 2009

David Tennant and Georgia Moffett Reunite in Doctor Who: Dreamland

DreamlandAs reported yesterday, the BBC has released the first image from the upcoming animated story, Doctor Who: Dreamland which is scheduled to be broadcast later this year.

Earlier this week we had the pleasure of interviewing the director, Gary Russell for Doctor Who: Podshock (stay tuned for future episodes featuring his in-depth interview) who spoke to us about this second outing of an animated 10th Doctor adventure. Gary had also directed The Infinite Quest which also starred David Tennant as the 10th Doctor along side with Freema Agyeman playing Martha Jones.

It Does Exist

It Does Exist

You may have seen the White Robot at a Doctor Who conventions, but does the White Robot really exist? Now there is an answer this question. Doctor Who: Podshock special correspondent, Billy Davis constructed his classic White Robot costume as a nod to the 1968 Patrick Troughton story, The Mind Robber. It has become a popular attraction recently at select conventions such as Chicago TARDIS and Gallifrey 2009.

The White Robot Does Exist!

You may have seen the White Robot at a Doctor Who conventions, but does the White Robot really exist? Now there is an answer this question. Doctor Who: Podshock special correspondent, Billy Davis constructed his classic White Robot costume as a nod to the 1968 Patrick Troughton story, The Mind Robber. It has become a popular attraction recently at select conventions such as Chicago TARDIS and Gallifrey 2009.

Classic White Robot

Classic White Robot

The classic White Robot (Billy Davis inside, who created this classic costume) intruding in the TARDIS at Gallifrey 2009 in Los Angeles.

You too can be the White Robot (sort of): The White Robot Does Exists!

White Robot Emerging from the TARDIS

White Robot Emerging from the TARDIS

The White Robot (Billy Davis inside who created this classic costume) emerging out of the TARDIS (created by Tara Wheeler and friends) at Gallifrey 2009 in Los Angeles.

You too can be the White Robot (sort of): The White Robot Does Exists!

Chris and Billy at a DWNY Meet Up

Chris and Billy at a DWNY Meet Up

Chris (left) and Doctor Who: Podshock Special Correspondent, Billy (right) although he is not dressed up as the White Robot here, he is dressed wearing his shirt depicting himself as the White Robot that reads "The White Robot Does Exist!" Both are relaxing at the August 2009 DWNY Meet Up at the Peculier Pub.

You too now can be the White Robot with a shirt like this one.

THE UNQUIET DEAD

A great story but one that can't make me stop thinking THE DOCTOR'S A BIG LOSER. It's he that gets Gweneth killed, he that almost lets the Gelth loose, he that belittles Rose and Dicksens and he that is a big plain ole fool. And there's the difference between something like this and FENRIC and GHOST LIGHT, while I prefer this (better dialog, better characters, better motivation, better script and sets and effects and motivations), there the Doc has a plan. Here, he's just smiling away like a loon while bodies are being used and people are dying. What a jerk.

New Doctor Who Podshock schwag

Podcast Feeds

Subscribe to
the Doctor Who podcast
Doctor Who: Podshock


iTunes users click here
Podcast
Gallifreyan Embassy - Doctor Who: Podshock - Doctor Who: Podshock


Direct podcast feeds:


Doctor Who: Podshock
Podcast


MP3 Format Podcast:
Doctor Who: Podshock MP3
Podcast


  More feeds and info

  Supporting Subscribers

BEST PODCAST

Doctor Who: Podshock Awarded BEST PODCAST
Doctor Who: PODSHOCK

DW Podshock App

iPhone, iPad, iPod touch podcast companion app

Doctor Who: Podshock Podcast Companion App

Doctor Who: Podshock Companion App

Syndicate (RSS Feed)

Syndicate content

Poll

How do you rate Doctor Who: Into the Dalek? (5=Fantastic)
5 TARDIS Groans
0%
4 TARDIS Groans
100%
3 TARDIS Groans
0%
2 TARDIS Groans
0%
1 TARDIS Groan
0%
0 TARDIS Groans
0%
Total votes: 1

Amazon US Store


Doctor Who Episodes

Amazon UK Store

Latest image

DW Podshock 307 Cover

BBC Shop (UK & Europe)