Doctor Who: Podshock
Doctor Who: Podshock - The longest running Doctor Who podcast.
As with past years, we will have special surprise guests in addition to convention guests appearing live on stage for this recording of the show.
The Doctor Who: Podshock live show will be on Sunday, at 2pm PST as part of Gallifrey One's Catch 22: Islands of Mystery convention in Los Angeles, CA (February 18-20, 2011).
The update should address a bug that may had prevented you from seeing episodes (podcast episodes and exclusives) appearing on your screen on the iPad. A couple other bugs were addressed as well.
To learn more about the app, see: Podshock? There's an App for That!
"I've reversed the polarity of the neutron flow so the TARDIS should be free of the force field now."
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 233
Running Time: 1:11:51
An interview with Terrance Dicks, The Adventures of the White Robot - Episode 1, Gallifrey 22 Update, News, and more.
A Note About Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 233
Running Time: 0:02:24
On Saturday, the 8th of January, Ken, James, and Louis recorded Doctor Who: Podshock 233. Unfortunately due to a technical problem with the Skype audio that was not apparent until after the recording, the episode as it was recorded is not usable in its entirety. We had hoped this episode would had been released by now. We are working on scheduling another recording with the three of us as soon as we can, in the meanwhile we will try to get other episodes of Doctor Who: Podshock out to you. We apologize for the delay.
DW Podshock Podcast Companion App - Episode 02
Exclusive App Episode
Running Time: 0:34:48
In this bonus exclusive episode for the DW Podshock Podcast Companion App we include a segment from the Q&A session with Daphne Ashbrook (Grace from the 1996 Doctor Who movie) from last month's 25th anniversary event for the Gallifreyan Embassy. The complete interview and Q&A from the event is included in Doctor Who: Podshock 229 - Extra Edition. Plus Ken and Louis talk about the origins of the Gallifreyan Embassy, and more.
This episode appears in the "Exclusives" section of the app.
Note: The app is currently only available for the Apple iOS (iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad), there is an Android version in the works. Currently there is a bug in the iPad version in which prevents the episodes from being listed, they appear blank (in both the regular episodes section and exclusive section), but if you tap the topmost slot, you will hear the latest episode.
"No. What?! Adric, I've given you a privileged insight into the mystery of time, yes?"
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 231
Running Time: 0:33:56
A 2010 holiday edition of Doctor Who: Podshock featuring Matthew Waterhouse and an interview with Paul Slocum by Anthony S Burdge, and more.
Hosted by Louis Trapani ( @LouisTrapani ).
Doctor Who: Podshock will be once again be taking to the net on Boxing Day, Sunday (26 December 2010) for a live-over-the-net show reviewing the latest episode (special) of Doctor Who, A Christmas Carol.
He's back… and it's about time! We return with our live-over-the-net review, this time talking about and reviewing the Doctor Who adventure starring Matt Smith as the Doctor premiering on BBC One and BBC America on the 25th of December, Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol.
As mentioned in Doctor Who: Podshock (as well as here: DW Podshock App for Podshock Supporting Subscribers), if you are a current Podshock Supporting Subscriber, you can get a promo code for a free DW Podshock Podcast Companion App (iTunes link) for the iOS platform (iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch). Up until now, the codes from Apple were valid only in the US.
As of today, the codes can now be redeemed through any App Store around the world. This is great news for our supporters outside of the US.
Quantities are limited. Therefore we are limited to what codes are available to us at any given time. If you are interested in getting the app for free and you are a supporting subscriber, please let us know.
If you are a long time listener of Doctor Who: Podshock, you may recall segments by Joe Corallo ( @JoeCorallo ) some years ago. He mostly reviewed audio dramas such as the Cybermen story, Spare Parts by Big Finish. You may have met him at our recent 25th Anniversary Event for the Gallifreyan Embassy last month (see photo to left of him with Daphne Ashbrook).