Celebrating Time And Relative Dimensions In Space!
Emma Campbell-Jones made quite an impression on the Eighth Doctor and on Doctor Who fans as "Cass", the companion who almost was, in "Night of the Doctor".
This wasn't Emma's first encounter with the Doctor. She worked with Matt Smith and company in "The Wedding of River Song" as Dr. Kent. This beautiful and talented actress has made appearances on Red Dwarf, Silent Witness, and recently Law and Order: UK.
Emma Campbell-Jones is a star on the rise and now we'll get a chance to see why the Doctor was quite smitten with her!
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 297
Running Time: 1:10:31
We have a classic interview with Colin Baker (the 6th Doctor) from July 1985 in New Orleans (courtesy of Chuck Rabb) in which he speaks of his costume, the hiatus, sky diving, and more, plus Doctor Who news, feedback, A Wild Endeavor, and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani.
Paul McGann is our Doctor for L.I. Who 2, Long Island's Doctor Who convention this November 7-9th, 2014 at the Clarion Hotel in Ronkonkoma, New York.
General admission three day passes are available now at www.longislanddoctorwho.com
Ohila: 'And here he is at last. The man to end it all. My sisters, the Doctor has returned to Karn. We have always known in our bones that one day he would return here. Such a pity he's dead.' -From 'The Night Of The Doctor'
Ohila, from the Sisterhood of Karn, is referring to the 8th Doctor who was temporarily restored to life by the Sisterhood. Less than 3 minutes later, when he drinks an elixir (given to him by Ohila) he is changed into a 'warrior'. Onset of this change is marked by regeneration energy which begins to flow from the Doctor's body. While his outward appearance is altered we do not witness a full regeneration. Why? Because only the living regenerate... what we witnessed was rebirth from death, not regeneration of life.
BBC, BBC America and Entertainment Weekly have released a photo of Peter Capaldi in his outfit as the Doctor.
Love it or hate - this is it, but until we actually see how it looks in the show (as oppoesed to a white background) I'm going to reserve judgement about it..
This is a quick note to wish all of our listeners of Doctor Who: Podshock a very happy and healthy new year. The past year has been a very trying time recovering from a devastating storm that was Superstorm Sandy. It is delightful that when we came back after a long hiatus, our listeners were still here, still downloading the show and welcoming us back.