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"Good news everyone…" (I say in a Professor Fransworth voice from Futurama), The Sonic Newsdriver podcast is back and it's about time (and space of course). The latest episode is now available a week prior to the launch of the 4th series of The Sarah Jane Adventures, and as such, there's plenty of coverage about it in this episode, along with of course news about Doctor Who itself and more. It is a great way to stay on top of selected Doctor Who related news while on the go!
- Sonic Newsdriver 20101003 (MP3, 10.2 MB, 15:50)
The Sonic Newsdriver 20101003
Selected Doctor Who related news delivered sonically.
For Earth-date: Sunday, the 3rd of Oct. 2010
Sarah Jane Adventures Return, Matt Smith is the Piano Man, Doctor Who Live news, Music News, Doctor Who and the Florence and the Machine, NYCC is Coming to Town, Your iPhone Just Got More Sonic, Party Like It's 1996, and more.
Welp THE WHISPERING FOREST is not as good as COBWEBS however, it is better than most of the recent crop of stuff in the last year or two. You see, others say the problem is with me and to be honest, maybe there is a bit of that there--there is always something to better spend my time on or with...and that is really a problem that goes both ways really. What do I mean? There was a time that EVERY and I do mean EVERY DW story was an event, whether it was on tv or on audio or in a comic. Even when it wasn't good, it was an event...the stories moved, were different, scary, funny, told something, went somewhere and made a point. Or did something shocking. There was an audio a long while back (1999?) that had the Master at the end of an episode. There was no way in heck that I wasn't going to listen to ep2 RIGHT AWAY. There were audios that had Benny teamed up with the Doc and Ace stuck in a hotel making tea...who would not want to know how that worked out?
It's that time of the year again when the BBC begins their Children in Need campaign.This year's campaign started on the 20th of September and will end with it's star-studded gala on the 19th of November (Friday). So far there is no information (that I can find) about who will be appearing on the November 19th show but 'Doctor Who' has been represented on the show several times in the past .
For what information I do have you can go to the BBC's press ofice for this story:
and here is the 'Children In Need' website from the BBC:
I'm sorry to have to anounce that the performance of Doctor Who Live scheduled for the Glasgow SECC on 14th October has been cancelled, for what is described as logistical reasons.
Ticket holders should contact the box office which is offering refunds or seats at alternative performances during the run.
Doctor Who: Podshock returns to Manhattan this month for another live recording at New York Comic Con (NYCC). Taking place at 4pm on Sunday, the 10th of October 2010 or simply: 10•10•10
Our special invited guest is the one and only Tony Lee!
Although this is our second live recording of Doctor Who: Podshock in Manhattan this year, it is our first at NYCC. The convention runs from Friday, the 8th to Sunday, the 10th of October at the Jacob K. Javitts Center in New York, NY. For further details about the convention including ticket prices, visit their website, newyorkcomiccon.com.