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Without giving things away, I must say I really enjoyed the first two episodes of this show. Robert Sheenan, who was amazing in CHERRYBOMB and who would make a great Doctor in future years, is at least to me, probably going to be or should be a BIG STAR. He's just amazing in this, too. The whole cast is believable and sort of edgy and talented. The effects are well done, especially in the first ep. I can't understand why this can be sooo good and DOCTOR WHO season five and BEING HUMAN season two and MERLIN season two can be so...poor and bland. Maybe it has to do with the more adult slant I don't know (it didn't do any favors IMO for the GODAWFUL TORCHWOOD). There is cursing and sex but there are twists and turns and logic to the show; there's humor and darkness and death and excitement and humanity, everything that is lacking in the recent DW, MERLIN, and BEING HUMAN.
Doctor Who: Podshock - Aftershock 20100903
Running Time: 0:08:23
James Naughton is once again attending Whooverville this year and in this brief Aftershock episode of Doctor Who: Podshock he tells us what to expect.
"I eat the celery. If nothing else, I'm sure it's good for my teeth."
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 220 EXTRA Edition
Running Time: 0:46:10
In this Extra Edition of Doctor Who: Podshock we feature another interview with a legendary Doctor Who director, Graeme Harper, plus news and more!
Another Doctor Who related music video from Ed Stockham and features the music of the band, Chameleon Circuit, the same folks that brought you An Awful Lot of Running. I still prefer the latter, but this is interesting nonetheless.
Thanks to @AdricAntfarm for bringing it to my attention.