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The “Troughton Is My Doctor” (Doctor Who News and Opinion) blog is featuring Doctor Who: Podshock in their Podcastrovalva series which to my understanding will focus on Doctor Who podcasts. This is the first entry in that series and it features Doctor Who: Podshock. Below is a segment from the article. For the full piece, visit the linked entry on their site below.
Podcastrovalva 1- Podshock | Doctor Who News and Opinion: "I started listening to Doctor Who podcasts during the storm-related hiatus of Podshock. However, since it has been back, it has been one I make sure to always listen to within a day or two of its release."
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 300
Running Time: 1:14:21
We reflect back on powerful women in Doctor Who with the passing of Kate O'Mara, interviews with Mary Tamm and Janet Fielding, plus news, your feedback and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani. Interviews courtesy of Chuck Rabb.
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.
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.
Doctor Who: Podshock will be once again be taking to the net this Sunday, 29 December 2013 for a live-over-the-net show reviewing the 2013 Doctor Who Christmas Special, The Time of the Doctor.
We're back… and it's about time! We return with our live-over-the-net review series this time talking about the 2013 Christmas Special bidding farewell to Matt Smith as the Doctor and introducing Peter Capaldi as the Doctor.
November 23rd of this year marks the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. Sure there are specials on television honouring the event including Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor and the docu-drama, An Adventure in Time and Space, but aside from these, how do you plan to celebrate 50 years of Doctor Who?
Will you be pulling out your favourites from your DVD/Blu-ray collection to watch (or downloading/streaming them from an online service)? Perhaps having a marathon of episodes? Maybe you're putting together a theme party to celebrate it with friends?
Or perhaps you're not doing anything out of the ordinary, which is fine, but what does 50 years of Doctor Who mean to you?