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At short notice it has been announced by the BBC that there will be a specially written mini-Doctor Who story for Comic Relief this year. Although there have been several special Children in Need adventures this will be the first for Comic Relief since "The Curse of the Fatal Death" back in 1999 whilst the show was on its rather long hiatus. Like "Curse of the Fatal Death" this years special has been written by Steven Moffatt and will feature The Doctor, Amy and Rory. It will be screened during the live charity appeal on 18th March 2011 and will consist of two, four minute episodes (yup, there will be a cliffhanger).
For more information on how to donate please visit www.comicrelief.com.
We have a bunch of new Doctor Who: Podshock episodes on the way which will be coming to you soon, including our live show recorded at Gallifrey One 2011. In the meanwhile, catch up on Doctor Who related news delivered sonically with the latest episode of The Sonic Newsdriver!
The Sonic Newsdriver 20110307
Selected Doctor Who related news delivered sonically.
For Earth-date: Monday, the 7th of Mar. 2011
In this episode: Five Rounds Rapid in Memory of Nicholas Courtney, James Corden is Back, Who are you gonna call?, Massive Man - Massive, iPlayer for less than $10 a month, and more!
Photo by Rachel McCauley
The Doctor Who: Podshock Live on Stage Show at Gallifrey One 2011 was the debut of our new Podshock Fezzes. We wear a fez now. Fezzes are cool.
The fezzes are high quality custom made by Fez-o-rama.com. The quality is outstanding. If you are looking for a fez, get the best, go to Fez-o-rama.com. They a good selection to choose from. They are all high quality, handcrafted pieces.
On Monday's episode of The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson it featured a segment on Gallifrey One 2011 featuring video shot at the convention which included our banners for Doctor Who: Podshock, as well as Tara Wheeler's TARDIS and Tara @TARDIS_Tara herself.
If you missed the segment with Chris Hardwick and "Bridger" recorded at Gallifrey One for the late night show, Graeme Sheridan @The2ndDoctor has embedded a YouTube video of it in his post, Gallifrey One on the Craig Ferguson Show. (Watch it while you can in case it is pulled off of YouTube).