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Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 221
Running Time: 1:25:46
We interview Deborah Watling (Victoria Waterfield) and director Graeme Harper, plus 2011 will bring 2 series of Doctor Who instead of 1 but no Daleks, Sylvester McCoy in The Hobbit, Live coverage from Doctor Who: Podshock's 5th anniversary celebration with Lewis Bailey (The Happiness Patrol Podcast) and Terry Lighfoot (The DirtyWhoers podcast), Gallifrey update and convention reports, Tom Baker returns again as the 4th Doctor, and more.
Not only do you get to hear McGann reading extracts from Shackleton's diary, but you get to see a Silent Film. It will be good for you and you will thank me later. And here's an image from a cool new website called, well, Eff Yeah Paul McGann. You're geeky; you'll find it if you want to.
1: Think it would cool if they'd come out with a box set of Companions and Villains from the original series.
1st Doctor C/V Box set/2nd etc
I know they'd be doubling up on the companions or villains but still would be cool.
2: With the CGI adventure of "Dreamland", it sort of cool to see them do an off adventure utilizing the past Doctors, and put it all in one box set. Each could be separate adventures, maybe in their original serial and b/w-collar format.
I'm rewatching the season with a friend and I'm amazed at how much this season didn't really stick. I watched it, liked some eps, didn't like others, but mostly it was a big meh. This really struck me because I was trying to remember why it was Amy had no memory of the Daleks or the earth moving in Journey's End. Was this ever answered? Was the whole season supposed to have taken place in the pocket universe created after the TARDIS exploded? Maybe I'll post this to the Podshock Facebook wall, too.
Where in the World is colin Baker, possibly the only fan game for a podcast has been released for the mac
But what is this game you ask? Well its a global hunt for an elusive doll action figure of Colin Baker with more twists than half a bag of fusilli and all the thrills and spill of battleships
get them here:
The rules are the same as usual - vote once per day. Deduct 2 points from the episode you like least...Add 1 point to the episode you like best! You might want to consider which episodes are more 'Masterly' than others - given the subject matter of this list! That's even enough for you to understand isn't it now Miss Grant.
Relive the adventures of the Doctor and Ace when they arrived in London in 1963 to discover two rival Dalek factions in Remembrance of the Daleks with this new exclusive set from Forbidden Planet.
A four figure set of Daleks from the story which was part of Doctor Who's 25th anniversary celebration series (hence why it was set in 1963) include a white Imperial Dalek, a renegade Dalek, a Supreme Dalek, and a special weapons Dalek. They become available on 8 October 2010 and unfortunately are only available in the UK and Eire according to the Forbidden Planet website.
The pre-order price is £34.99. For more information or to order, click here.