This Week In Doctor Who
March 6, 2010 - Vol 13, No 9
The weekly guide to Doctor Who broadcasts worldwide since 1998.
by Benjamin F. Elliott
Canadian network SPACE http://www.spacecast.com has scheduled the new Doctor
Who episodes for Saturdays 9PM Eastern/6PM Pacfic starting 17 April, the
"Give a monkey control of its environment, and it will fill the world with bananas!"
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 185
Running Time: 0:39:38
Our Half-Time Gallifrey 21 show reporting from Gallifrey Blackjack 21 in Los Angeles, CA. We bring you up to date on what the convention is like half way through it. Ken had interviewed Frazer Hines and Deborah Watling on stage, all the podcasters came together for a summit and more. Joining us on this show is also 'That Chip Guy' @2MinuteTimeLord from the Two Minute Time Lord and DWO The Whocast, and Dan Roth of DWNY.
Filming has Started on James Cordens part in Doctor Who. Pictures provided by the Daily Mail show the Doctor and James in several Scene's including one wher the Doctor is Having a Kick around playing Football or Soccer as it's known in North America. There's also a Small Interview with Corden on the Daily Mail website. Click on "Daily Mail" to get to the Piece.
"You can't rule the world in hiding. You've got to come out on the balcony sometimes and wave a tentacle."
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 184
Running Time: 0:39:46
A special episode recorded at our Doctor Who: Podshock Meet and Greet at Gallifrey 21 on Thursday, 25 February 2010 in Los Angeles, CA with Meet and Greet attendees including: Eric Escamilla, Joshua Lou Friedman, Lewis Bailey, Tara Wheeler, Kevin Roche, David Wheeler, Keefe and Cathy O'Neill, Pam Richardson, Lanaia DuBose, Ed Comstock, Samantha Rosz, James Naughton, and others.
...a less exciting DW audio with David Tennant narrating. I expected to hate this but didn't. One of the last ones...I could not finish. Possibly the one with zombies. The one with the living tree thing was okay, not great. Most of the ones with Donna have been good.
at long last I'm making the trip Englland this spring (besides the redeye flights) and was wondering if anyone knew of any specific shops or attractions I might want to check out, especially those related to the Doctor. I've got a few days free and would like to squeeze something in.
Thanks for all ideas and suggestions.
The 6th Doctor himself was interviewed in a recent story on Digital Spy. In the interview he talks about the lost season and how things ended for him on the show.
For the story go here:
BTW: This story has been out there for a while but somehow I missed it, I'm doing this to correct things now.