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  • Flight Through Entirety: A Doctor Who Podcast

    Episode 114: Never Going to Win

    Flight Through Entirety: A Doctor Who Podcast

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    12:20 (GMT) - 11 Jun 2017

    We've reached the end of Doctor Who's longest era: an era in which every single story was a 14-episode epic about cannibalism and Gallifreyan jurisprudence. But, despite Eric Saward, there are still nice things to say.

    Notes and links

    Those of you not from Australia won't understand our references to the only sitcom in Australian television history, Mother and Son, starring Garry McDonald as highly-strung botanist Arthur Bruchner.

    Despite the much-criticised loveliness of his era of Doctor Who, even Russell T Davies can go horribly dark and cynical: fans of harrowing things will be deeply upset by Cucumber episode 6.

    People who hate Colin's coat, which is basically everyone, might be slightly less annoyed by this footage of Colin wearing a blue version of his costume.

    Brendan nearly recommends Colin's Doctor and Evelyn in the Big Finish audio Arrangements for War. But, you know, spoiler alert: you need to know a bit about Evelyn's character to appreciate it. You might want to start with her first story The Marian Conspiracy.

    Do you mind not standing on my chest? My hat's on fire

    Don't forget to vote for the story you want us to cover in our upcoming Tom Baker commentary podcast. Click over to the shownotes for Episode 109 and make your choice. Voting will be closing soon.

    Follow us!

    Brendan is on Twitter as @critiqaltheory, Nathan is @nathanbottomley, Todd is @toddbeilby, and Richard is @RichardLStone. The Flight Through Entirety theme was arranged by Cameron Lam. You can follow the podcast on Twitter at @FTEpodcast.

    We're also on Facebook, and you can check out our website at flightthroughentirety.com. Please consider rating or reviewing us on iTunes, or we'll damn with faint praise your entire era as the star of Doctor Who.

    Bondfinger

    Over on Bondfinger, we've now released our first commentary of the Pierce Brosnan's era, the highly-regarded GoldenEye (1995).

    Of course, you can still catch our commentaries on both films of the Timothy Dalton era.

    We also have plenty of Rodgecasts online, and there are other Bonds available, as well. You can keep up with all the Bondfinger news on Twitter and Facebook.



  • Feexby

    10.09 - The Empress Of Mars

    Feexby

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    10:42 (GMT) - 11 Jun 2017

    All caught up now! For a little while.

    Join the Highlanders (@Feexby23 and @Loll73) as we despair at the state of the world whilst simultaneously enjoying this Mark Gatiss contribution to series 10 of the very good children's TV programme, Doctor Who.

    Ayyyyeeeee.


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  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #347 - All you need is love

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    10:42 (GMT) - 11 Jun 2017

    Je hoher man steigt, desto tiefer kann man fallen. Eine Weisheit, die die siebte Folge der zehnten Staffel Doctor Who eindrucksvoll untermalt. Nach dem wirklich exzellenten "In Extremis" tut der heutige Absturz besonders weh. Aber zum Gluck gibt ihr Titel uns auch direkt einen guten Tipp, wohin wir uns verkriechen konnen, bis der Arger voruber ist: In "The Pyramid at the end of the World" - oder im Fall des zweiten Casters - in "The Glaspyramide am Ende von Stockelsdorf".


  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE326 - Doctor Who 'Empress of Mars' Review

    The Cultdom Collective

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    10:38 (GMT) - 11 Jun 2017

    News followed by our Doctor Who 'Empress of Mars' Review (with Spoilers!) Series 10 Episode 9


  • Feexby

    10.08 - The Lie Of The Land

    Feexby

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    09:31 (GMT) - 11 Jun 2017

    Hey, hey it's the Monks.

    John and Lawrence (@Feexby23 and @Loll73) natter belatedly through the eighth episode of the tenth series of the TV programme we quite like: Doctor Who.


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  • Staggering Stories Podcast

    Staggering Stories Commentary #193: Doctor Who - Smile

    Staggering Stories Podcast

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    08:54 (GMT) - 11 Jun 2017

    Summary:

    Adam J Purcell, Andy Simpkins and Keith Dunn sit down, emojied, in front of the 2017 Doctor Who S10 episode, ‘Smile’, and spout our usual nonsense!

    This Doctor is interfering with a new species, Bill has a decision to make and the Vardy just want everybody to be happy. But enough of their problems, please sit down with us to enjoy Smile...

    Vital Links:

    • Staggering Stories.
    • BBC: Doctor Who.
    • BBC: Doctor Who – Smile.
    • Wikipedia: Doctor Who – Smile.
    • Doctor Who Podcast Alliance.
    • Facebook: Staggering Stories Group.


  • Who Back When

    B034 Introducing Marie

    Who Back When

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    06:52 (GMT) - 11 Jun 2017

    Marie recently joined Who Back When, and we herewith finally sit down to introduce her to you, Podcastland!

    The post B034 Introducing Marie appeared first on Who Back When | A Doctor Who Podcast.



  • Who Back When

    N057 Planet of the Dead

    Who Back When

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    06:51 (GMT) - 11 Jun 2017

    Kleptomaniacs, coprophages and a scientist fanboy battle a civilisation-devouring sharknado from outer space

    The post N057 Planet of the Dead appeared first on Who Back When | A Doctor Who Podcast.



  • The Sonic Toolbox

    Episode 238: Empress of Mars - Review

    The Sonic Toolbox

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    02:51 (GMT) - 11 Jun 2017

    Mark Gatiss gives us the Ice Warriors again. We give you a review. See how it all goes around.

    Also, a bit of news. And Sharon Rose gives us her take of "The Lie of the Land" in our feedback section.

    WARNING: CONTAINS SPOILERS...and rabbits. Lots of rabbits.



  • WHO 37 - A Doctor Who Podcast

    #107 Yo Mama

    WHO 37 - A Doctor Who Podcast

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    23:17 (GMT) - 10 Jun 2017

    ... in which the podcaster by the lake and the podcast from downstate get their rant on. It's the long-awaited return of St. Xtofer as he joins JB in reviewing "Extremis", "The Pyramid at the End of the World", and "The Lie of the Land".


  • Tim's Take On...

    Tim's Take On: Episode 387(Doctor Who The Empress of Mars review)

    Tim's Take On...

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    19:28 (GMT) - 10 Jun 2017

    Team TARDIS end up on Mars in Victorian times this week in Doctor Who: The Empress of Mars, which even boasts a surprise cameo at the end.

    End Theme: Dr Who(Gypsy Guitar) by Thrip

    The show is now on Facebook please join the group for exclusive behind the scenes insights and of course also discuss and feedback on the show https://www.facebook.com/groups/187162411486307/

    If you want to send me comments or feedback you can email them to tdrury2003@yahoo.co.uk or contact me on twitter where I'm @tdrury or send me a friend request and your comments to facebook where I'm Tim Drury and look like this http://www.flickr.com/photos/tdrury/3711029536/in/set-72157621161239599/ in case you were wondering.



  • Doctor Who: Fifty Years Ago

    Episode 39: Evil of the Daleks Part 3: Not Like Moffat

    Doctor Who: Fifty Years Ago

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    18:16 (GMT) - 10 Jun 2017

    Ben, Luke and Nick see the finale of the podcast in sight, and so end up looking at the finales of Doctor Who. Also, Evil part 3.


  • Doctor Who: Fifty Years Ago

    Episode 38: Evil of the Daleks Part 2: Competency of the Daleks

    Doctor Who: Fifty Years Ago

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    18:15 (GMT) - 10 Jun 2017

    Our three intrepid heroes, Ben, Luke and Nick, dive into an unknown world, that of strange moving pictures. Do they enjoy their adventures in this bizzare realm?


  • The Doctor Who Show

    You and Who Talking 011

    The Doctor Who Show

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    16:24 (GMT) - 10 Jun 2017

    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    A Boy's Best Friend: School Reunion by Simon Hart
    Driving Miss Sladen: Meeting Elisabeth Sladen by Stephen Hatcher

    With an intermission featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • Doctor Who Time and Space

    Doctor Who Time and Space (215)

    Doctor Who Time and Space

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    15:56 (GMT) - 10 Jun 2017


    We are back once again to review the eighth episode of series 10, the Lie of the Land, the conclusion of the monk trilogy. Also, we preview the return of the Ice Warriors in the Empress of Mars. Plus, we discuss our top ice warrior stories and discuss the latest news and views from the last seven days in the doctor who universe.


  • The Bad Wilf Podcast

    Episode 181:Michael Traynor interview

    The Bad Wilf Podcast

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    15:32 (GMT) - 10 Jun 2017

    Recorded live at Walker Stalker:London, Martyn was lucky enough to get 3mins with Michael Traynor, who played Nicholas in The Walking Dead.

    It's very short, but interesting. Michael speaks of his desire to see a Walking dead spin-off set in London and what it's like to write dialouge for a video game.

    The podcast can be accessed via different places, including Audioboom, Player fm and Itunes.

    Follow the Bad Wilf team:

    Martyn - @BadWilf

    Pete - @BeeblePete

    Gerrod - @ingerrodsmind

    Follow Michael Traynor-@TraynorLand

    Also check out the official Bad Wilf Vlog.

    Check out our Patreon page.



  • Discussing Who

    Episode 53: Review and Commentary on Wonder Woman, the Movie

    Discussing Who

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    11:00 (GMT) - 10 Jun 2017

    Join us as we review our own thoughts leading up to the Patty Jenkins directed film. Then, listen in on our conversations immediately before and after watching the movie. We're Discussing Comics. We're discussing WONDER WOMAN! Episode 53 features reviews, commentary, and more. Featuring Kyle Jones, Clarence Brown, Lee Shackleford, and Sergio Lugo, II.

    About the Episode

    The weight of the DC Movie Universe fell upon the shoulders of Gal Gadot. Were fans ready for a woman to serve as the main character of a superhero movie? Would Wonder Woman gross fifty million in the first week? Or, would Wonder Woman fall victim to the dark and dismal portrayals that brought Boredom instead of Justice to Superman V. Batman? Would Diana be stranded on Themyscira or would she, after over 75 years, finally defeat naysayers and become the Queen of Superhero movies?

    Wonder Woman stars Gal Gadot Chris Pine, Robin Wright, Connie Nielsen, and more. The movie is directed by Patty Jenkins. Story by Allen Heinberg and Jason Fuchs. Screenplay by Heinberg. Zack Snyder, the director of Superman V. Batman, Dawn of Justice (Boredom), also receives story credentials.

    To listen and watch the Nerdist Wonder Woman video, visit Nerdist.com or check out the video on YouTube. Let them know Discussing Who sent you! https://youtu.be/5Dvf9TarqAU

    This episode of Discussing Who is brought to you by Audible - get a FREE audiobook download and 30 day free trial at www.audibletrial.com/DiscussingWho. Check out over 180,000 titles to choose from for your iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle or mp3 player.

    This episode features highlights from previous episodes. Those were:

    Episode 05: Review of Batman V. Superman Dawn of Justice

    Episode 13: Justice League, Wonder Woman, and Star Trek Beyond

    Episode 30: The 10 Most Anticipated Movies of 2017

     

    About the Show

    Discussing Who is made possible thanks to the support from our listeners. Become a fan of the show by liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, find us on Instagram, and more! Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, PlayerFM, Stitcher, and others!

    Help others discover us by giving star ratings and/or recommending us on Apple Podcasts and Stitcher.

    Send your feedback via email to discussingwho@gmail.com or leave us a voicemail message on the Discussing Who Call Line.

    Simply dial (805)850-DWHO (3946). (Airtime and/or long distance rates apply, if applicable.)

    Already following us on Facebook? Simply send a message on there.

    Like the show? Want to contribute? Send us your feedback! We want to hear from you!

    Who knows who (or what) we will discuss next!

    Kyle and Clarence will host The team will also host a Doctor Who themed panel at the Mississippi ComicCon. The MS ComicCon will be in Jackson, MS on June 24-25, 2017. Follow us on Facebook for details.

    Our Hosts on Other Shows

    Want more from the Discussing Who co-hosts? Our hosts can be found on the following:

    Doctor Who: Podshock (Kyle & Lee)

    The TechPedition Podcast (Clarence)

    The Relativity Podcast (Lee)

    Thanks to Sergio Lugo, II for his contributions to this episode. Check out Sergio on the Reality Breached podcast.

    The Discussing Who team is proud to be a founding member of GRITS - Geeks Recording in the South. GRITS includes the Techpedition Podcast, DiceJunkies YouTube Channel and Podcast, Reality Breached podcast, and Discussing Who. Check out the group on Facebook and Twitter for more information.



  • The Ood Cast

    The Ood One Out - The Lie of the Land

    The Ood Cast

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    22:42 (GMT) - 9 Jun 2017

    Reviewing The Lie of the Land.


  • Arrow of Time

    136 - The Feckless Monks

    Arrow of Time

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    20:41 (GMT) - 9 Jun 2017

    The fine folks at The Arrow of Time attempt to block out the overpowering radio frequencies and deliver their commentary on “The Lie of the Land,” the third installment of the Monk trilogy. We attempt to answer all those lingering questions like, “Will they use colors besides orange and blue?” or “How do you even find Walkmans these days?” and “Where is Tony Shalhoub?”

    For your WhoTube viewing pleasure, watch some clips of the Doctor’s more explosive moments in “Doctor Who – Live and Let Die” by Eric Storch – https://youtu.be/PW85CQMLNhk



  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 680: TV DOCTOR WHO 2017 EP08 - The Lie of the Land

    Tin Dog Podcast

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    08:27 (GMT) - 9 Jun 2017

    @TinDogPodcast reviews The Lie of the Land" is the eighth episode of the tenth series of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who. Written by Toby Whithouse, it was broadcast on 3 June 2017 on BBC One. "The Lie of the Land" received mixed to positive reviews from television critics. Continuing on after Bill (Pearl Mackie) gives her consent to the Monks, she and Nardole(Matt Lucas) have to find a way to rescue the Doctor (Peter Capaldi) after he is imprisoned, and end the Monk's invasion of Earth. It is the third and final of three loosely connected episodes called "The Monks Trilogy". Synopsis The Monks are rulers of the Earth, and appear to have been on Earth for millions of years, guiding human development. Bill and a few others are aware of the truth: the Monks have only been present on Earth for six months. Those who hold this view are imprisoned for "memory crimes". The Doctor appears on television praising the Monks' guidance over humanity. Bill keeps herself grounded in reality by imagining that she is talking with her long-dead mother, based on pictures the Doctor gave her. Nardole, also aware of the truth, locates Bill and helps her to find the prison hulk where the Doctor is thought to be a captive. Inside, after a team of commandoes swarm inside, the Doctor tells Bill he is cooperating willingly with the Monks, believing that humanity was doomed without their guidance. Bill becomes distraught and shoots the Doctor, who appears to begin regenerating, but quickly stops. The entire scenario is revealed to have been a test by Nardole, the Doctor and the team, to make sure Bill was not under the influence of the Monks. At the university where the Doctor and Bill work, they enter the Vault to talk to Missy, who says she has encountered the Monks before. She confirms the Monks maintain control by broadcasting a signal containing the false history to their subjugated victims via the numerous statues they have built across Earth, enabled by a psychic link established through the person who originally gave "consent"; Missy claims she defeated them during her own encounter by killing that individual. The implication is that Bill must die as the one who gave consent on Earth. Believing there is another solution, the Doctor, Bill, Nardole, and the commandoes infiltrate the Monks' pyramid in London so that the Doctor can hijack their broadcast with his own mind to break the psychic transmission. In the central chamber, the Doctor attempts to link his mind to the controlling Monk, who after a struggle overpowers the Doctor. Bill intends to sacrifice herself, linking her own mind to the Monk's despite the Doctor's protests. The Monks' broadcast is replaced with images of Bill's mother, which the Doctor recognises is a strong and loving memory in Bill's mind. Humanity wakes up from the Monks' lies and revolts against them. The Doctor, Bill, and Nardole watch as the Monks abandon Earth. Sometime later, the Doctor and Bill find that most of humanity have no recollection of the Monks. In the Vault, Missy expresses remorse for those she has killed. Continuity[edit] In images showing the Monks' aid to humanity, clips from the stories "Blink", "Nightmare in Silver" and "Into the Dalek" are shown. Later a clip from the "The Pilot" was seen, as well as several still images from past episodes of the new series.[2] Magpie Electrical, which first debuted in "The Idiot's Lantern" and recurs throughout the revival series, is shown as the shop where Bill watches one of the Doctor's broadcasts.[3][4] Outside references Missy briefly plays selections from Eric Satie's Gnossienne No. 1 and Scott Joplin's "The Entertainer" on her piano.[2] Production The read-through for "The Lie of the Land" took place on 11 January 2017. Filming took place, alongside the subsequent episode "Empress of Mars", from 16 January to 22 February 2017.[2] In Missy's initial scene, the visual of her eyes superimposed over a panning shot is an homage to a similar scene from the 1996 film.[2] Broadcast and reception The episode was watched by 3.01 million overnight, the series' lowest overnight rating in its history, after the rating of 3.10 million for Battlefield in 1989. This was due to the episode being placed directly against the Britain's Got Talent finale.[5] It received an AI of 82.[6] Critical reception Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Rotten Tomatoes (Tomatometer) 90%[7] Rotten Tomatoes (Average Score) 6.74[7] The A.V. Club B-[8] Entertainment Weekly B[9] SFX Magazine 5/5 stars[10] IndieWire B[11] IGN 8.7 [12] New York Magazine 3/5 stars[13] Radio Times 2/5 stars[14] Daily Mirror 2/5 stars[15] "The Lie of the Land" received mixed to positive reviews, with "a number reviewers finding it the weakest story in the season so far".[16] The episode currently holds a score of 90% on Rotten Tomatoes, the site's consensus reading ""The Lie of the Land" closes a significant chapter for Doctor Who's tenth season -- yet leaves some major characters' fates tantalizingly open."[7]


  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 680: TV Doctor Who - The Lie of the Land

    Tin Dog Podcast

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    07:07 (GMT) - 9 Jun 2017

    @TinDogPodcast reviews The Lie of the Land" is the eighth episode of the tenth series of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who. Written by Toby Whithouse, it was broadcast on 3 June 2017 on BBC One. "The Lie of the Land" received mixed to positive reviews from television critics. Continuing on after Bill (Pearl Mackie) gives her consent to the Monks, she and Nardole(Matt Lucas) have to find a way to rescue the Doctor (Peter Capaldi) after he is imprisoned, and end the Monk's invasion of Earth. It is the third and final of three loosely connected episodes called "The Monks Trilogy". Synopsis The Monks are rulers of the Earth, and appear to have been on Earth for millions of years, guiding human development. Bill and a few others are aware of the truth: the Monks have only been present on Earth for six months. Those who hold this view are imprisoned for "memory crimes". The Doctor appears on television praising the Monks' guidance over humanity. Bill keeps herself grounded in reality by imagining that she is talking with her long-dead mother, based on pictures the Doctor gave her. Nardole, also aware of the truth, locates Bill and helps her to find the prison hulk where the Doctor is thought to be a captive. Inside, after a team of commandoes swarm inside, the Doctor tells Bill he is cooperating willingly with the Monks, believing that humanity was doomed without their guidance. Bill becomes distraught and shoots the Doctor, who appears to begin regenerating, but quickly stops. The entire scenario is revealed to have been a test by Nardole, the Doctor and the team, to make sure Bill was not under the influence of the Monks. At the university where the Doctor and Bill work, they enter the Vault to talk to Missy, who says she has encountered the Monks before. She confirms the Monks maintain control by broadcasting a signal containing the false history to their subjugated victims via the numerous statues they have built across Earth, enabled by a psychic link established through the person who originally gave "consent"; Missy claims she defeated them during her own encounter by killing that individual. The implication is that Bill must die as the one who gave consent on Earth. Believing there is another solution, the Doctor, Bill, Nardole, and the commandoes infiltrate the Monks' pyramid in London so that the Doctor can hijack their broadcast with his own mind to break the psychic transmission. In the central chamber, the Doctor attempts to link his mind to the controlling Monk, who after a struggle overpowers the Doctor. Bill intends to sacrifice herself, linking her own mind to the Monk's despite the Doctor's protests. The Monks' broadcast is replaced with images of Bill's mother, which the Doctor recognises is a strong and loving memory in Bill's mind. Humanity wakes up from the Monks' lies and revolts against them. The Doctor, Bill, and Nardole watch as the Monks abandon Earth. Sometime later, the Doctor and Bill find that most of humanity have no recollection of the Monks. In the Vault, Missy expresses remorse for those she has killed. Continuity[edit] In images showing the Monks' aid to humanity, clips from the stories "Blink", "Nightmare in Silver" and "Into the Dalek" are shown. Later a clip from the "The Pilot" was seen, as well as several still images from past episodes of the new series.[2] Magpie Electrical, which first debuted in "The Idiot's Lantern" and recurs throughout the revival series, is shown as the shop where Bill watches one of the Doctor's broadcasts.[3][4] Outside references Missy briefly plays selections from Eric Satie's Gnossienne No. 1 and Scott Joplin's "The Entertainer" on her piano.[2] Production The read-through for "The Lie of the Land" took place on 11 January 2017. Filming took place, alongside the subsequent episode "Empress of Mars", from 16 January to 22 February 2017.[2] In Missy's initial scene, the visual of her eyes superimposed over a panning shot is an homage to a similar scene from the 1996 film.[2] Broadcast and reception The episode was watched by 3.01 million overnight, the series' lowest overnight rating in its history, after the rating of 3.10 million for Battlefield in 1989. This was due to the episode being placed directly against the Britain's Got Talent finale.[5] It received an AI of 82.[6] Critical reception Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Rotten Tomatoes (Tomatometer) 90%[7] Rotten Tomatoes (Average Score) 6.74[7] The A.V. Club B-[8] Entertainment Weekly B[9] SFX Magazine 5/5 stars[10] IndieWire B[11] IGN 8.7 [12] New York Magazine 3/5 stars[13] Radio Times 2/5 stars[14] Daily Mirror 2/5 stars[15] "The Lie of the Land" received mixed to positive reviews, with "a number reviewers finding it the weakest story in the season so far".[16] The episode currently holds a score of 90% on Rotten Tomatoes, the site's consensus reading ""The Lie of the Land" closes a significant chapter for Doctor Who's tenth season -- yet leaves some major characters' fates tantalizingly open."[7]


  • The Impossible Girls

    Episode #65: Fake News Headquarters

    The Impossible Girls

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    06:55 (GMT) - 9 Jun 2017

    Our "Lie of the Land" discussion episode! Toby Whithouse delivered another action-packed and fun episode, and we're all about the power of love saving the day.



  • The Doctor Who Big Blue Box Podcast

    Doctor Who - Ep145: Where's that reset button?

    The Doctor Who Big Blue Box Podcast

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    06:00 (GMT) - 9 Jun 2017

    Hey Who fans! Let’s wrap up this Monks thing but news and merch first.

    The News

    Patrick Ness will not be writing for Class which all but confirms we’ll not be seeing a second series, an Ice Warrior original prop from the Troughton era is found and restored and we chat through the confirmed weekly ratings for The Pyramid at the End of the World.

    Merch Corner

    Dalek Tat brings us some information on the recently announced Series 2 Steelbook blu ray.

    “The Lie of the Land” Review

    We’re at the end now so what did we think of it? We’ll break down some of the key scenes, the story overall, the characters and what we felt of the “trilogy” too. Satisfying conclusion or was it all a horrible memory?

    Thank you for listening and sending in your reviews. Next week we’ll be looking at The Empress of Mars as we welcome back the Ice Warriors. Until then have a great week and remember – Allons-y!



  • Earth Station Who

    The Earth Station Who Podcast Episode 159 - The Monk Saga - Earth Station Who - The ESO Broadcasting Network

    Earth Station Who

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    01:38 (GMT) - 9 Jun 2017

    Mary’s back! And just in time to join Mike, Mike, and Jen to review the two main parts of “The Monks Trilogy.” We will do our best to keep the Doctor and Bill from hijacking the...

    Earth Station Who is a show dedicated to the culture around the BBC icon Doctor Who. Join Mike F, Mike G and Dave as we explore the 50 year history and fandom surrounding the Doctor With reviews, interviews and just general talk you never know WHO might pop up.


  • Geeklectic

    Ep 72A - The Monk Trilogy; Or, What Mister Dockery Saw

    Geeklectic

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    01:02 (GMT) - 9 Jun 2017

    Surprise! It's an extra Coal Hill AV Club for yer troubles! Our own Clay Dockery, it turns out, is a theologian and a political activist, so the fact that he wasn't around for the religion story ("Extremis") and the politics story ("The Pyramid...") was kind of a shame. So, here's his expert take on the various themes these stories brought up. I think it's a fascinating listen, though I'm biased. Enjoy! (and please send feedback to podcast@coalhill.com)


  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #346 - Spreu und Weizen

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    21:58 (GMT) - 8 Jun 2017

    Eine besondere Folge verlangt nach besonderen Leuten, mit denen man sie besprechen kann. Darum sind wir heute sehr froh daruber, mal wieder ein paar Kollegen aus der Podosphare im Whocast begrussen zu durfen. Neben Tim, einem weiteren Mitcaster von Mary und Raphael aus dem Grauen Rat (DEM deutschen Babylon 5 Podcast), ist das diesmal Felo, der Tim wiederum in der Film- und Serienrepublik zur Seite steht. Alles in allem waren wir uns einige und nehmen es hier vorweg - eine grossartige Folge, die viele grossartige und wichtige Themen beruhrt. Leider fur einige Zuschauer nicht greifbar oder verwirrend - aber es tut ja auch mal ganz gut, wenn sich die Spreu vom Weizen trennt (um mal im biblischen Fachjargon zu bleiben).


  • Outpost Skaro Podcast

    Episode 124 - Fake News of the World!

    Outpost Skaro Podcast

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    21:07 (GMT) - 8 Jun 2017

    Andy and Derek try to work out whats real or fake. And should they be voting Saxon this week?



  • Gallifrey's Most Wanted Podcast

    Gallifrey's Most Wanted -- Episode 010 "The Christmas Invasion"

    Gallifrey's Most Wanted Podcast

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    19:03 (GMT) - 8 Jun 2017

    For the first time, many New Who fans experienced a Regeneration when the Ninth Doctor gave way to his Tenth incarnation, played by David Tennant. Rose returns home with a strange looking man who insists he is the Doctor, before he passes out. Now the Earth is under attack by an alien race, and the Doctor can't be roused. Prime Minister Harriet Jones and UNIT try to handle the menace on their own, and Rose even gives it a go, but the Doctor wakes up just in time to play the role of Earth's Champion, even as he tries to figure out who he is this go-round.



  • The Cultdom Collective

    Commentary: Doctor Who - The Lie Of The Land

    The Cultdom Collective

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    14:30 (GMT) - 8 Jun 2017

    Dave, Mike and Ian are keeping busy trying to hide Dave's wine stash, Mikes video games and Ian's Collectors Edition Joke books out of the clutches of the Monks this week... pausing for a rest to get the word out to the rest of the population via this weeks Commentary: Doctor Who - The Lie Of The Land


  • MarkWHO42 - The Doctor Who Podcast

    episode 184 - Truth in Broadcasting

    MarkWHO42 - The Doctor Who Podcast

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    13:19 (GMT) - 8 Jun 2017

    On this all new MarkWHO42 Double Review episode, the team take the reviews to the extreme. Christian and Mark invite Neisha T Mulchan of Diversely Geek and Juan Sanmiguel of OASFiS (The Orlando Area Science Fiction Society) to join in the review and you won't believe what you hear next. The team dissect the episodes "The Pyramid at the End of the World" and "The Lie of the Land," and this is one review that you've got to hear as things get pretty intense with the discussions. And you'll never believe who gave one of the episodes a not so nice review. Listen in on this episode of MarkWHO42, as we continue to review the episodes to the end of the series (and Capaldi) and BEYOND! SPONSORS: 9.9 Comics, Famous Faces and Funnies, Cosplay Convention Center, Space Coast Comixx, iHeart Radio, Amazon.com (Go to MarkWHO42.net for link), http://www.audibletrial.com/markwho42, CONVENTIONS in June: Time Lord Fest - Jacksonville #DoctorWHO #drwho #timeforheroes #whovian #capaldi #tardis #markwho42 #iheart #iheartradio #iheartpodcasts #itunes #itunespodcasts #spreaker #stitcher #scifi #scifipodcast #scifiradio #podernfamily #megacon #billpots #moffat


  • Wanderers in the 4th Dimension: A Journey Through Doctor Who

    Episode 272: The Lie of the Land

    Wanderers in the 4th Dimension: A Journey Through Doctor Who

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    13:00 (GMT) - 8 Jun 2017

    This week we cover story #272, The Lie of the Land. The monks have changed humanity's memories of history and the Doctor is apparently on their side -- it's up to Bill to find out what's going on and restore the truth!

    QotW: The Pyramid At The End Of The World featured a little person. What other underrepresented demographic should Doctor Who feature more often?

    So Here are the Things.../Listener Mailbag

    Discussion of "The Lie of the Land" (David 8, Charlie 8, Trevor 7.5)

    Connor's Corner

    Big Finish: UNIT: Silenced, part 2: Square One (David 7.5, Charlie 8, Trevor 8.25)

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    • Trevor @WhovianTrev Trevsplace
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    Join us next week for our review of Doctor Who story #273, Empress of Mars! Please view the serial without contravening the Memory Crimes Act of 1975. Our audio adventure will be UNIT Silenced part 3: Silent Majority, available from BigFinish.com.



  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 679: UNIT 4 - UNIT ASSEMBLED from @BigFinish

    Tin Dog Podcast

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    12:00 (GMT) - 8 Jun 2017

    @TinDogPodcast reviews Kate Stewart and her UNIT team investigate and confront alien attacks on the planet Earth. Something is stirring, an old foe to those in UNIT with a long memory. And fortunately, to face an old foe... There are old friends. 4.1 Call to Arms by Matt Fitton Mike Yates braves a stormy night in the Lakes to help celebrate a milestone for John Benton. An evening of fond reminiscences of old glories and friends awaits. But a long-buried past is about to catch up with them. Meanwhile, on the rain-lashed moors, what begins as a routine mission for modern-day UNIT quickly becomes a fight for survival. 4.2 Tidal Wave by Guy Adams When an experimental tidal power generator needs its eco-friendly credentials checked, Kate Stewart calls in an expert. Soon, Jo Jones is bound for 'Project Charybdis' in the South Atlantic, along with an awestruck Osgood. But out at sea, a treacherous plan is set in motion to awake an ancient race. Beneath the seabed an army is sleeping - an army of Sea Devils! 4.3 Retrieval by Guy Adams As the Earth's primeval rulers reclaim their birthright, UNIT must stand against them. Kate Stewart and Osgood venture into a Mediterranean stronghold to retrieve a means to fight back. But a Silurian warrior is on their trail. Once she has the humans' scent, Commander Tryska will never give up the hunt. 4.4 United by Matt Fitton The Silurians hold Great Britain under siege. Grand Marshal Jastrok rules the seas and the skies with reptile forces. On the ground, Commander Kalana crushes all ape resistance. With Kate Stewart trapped, defence of the realm falls to UNIT's old guard. Jo Jones, Mike Yates and John Benton are ready to do their duty and stand united. Deploying May 2017 Written By: Matt Fitton, Guy Adams Directed By: Ken Bentley Cast Jemma Redgrave (Kate Stewart), Ingrid Oliver (Osgood), James Joyce (Josh Carter), Warren Brown (Lt. Sam Bishop), Richard Franklin (Mike Yates), John Levene (John Benton), Katy Manning(Jo Jones), Richard Hope (Jastrok), Neve McIntosh (Kalana), Nicholas Briggs (Sea Devils), Nicholas Asbury (Burmaster), Annette Holland (Anne), Alex Tregear (Laura Sale). Other parts played by the cast. Producer David Richardson Script Editor Ken Bentley Executive Producers Jason Haigh-Ellery and Nicholas Briggs This title was released in May 2017. It will be exclusively available to buy from the BF website until July 31st 2017, and on general sale after this date.


  • Diddly Dum Podcast

    DIDDLY DUM PODCAST 078 - Platonism Saves the Day

    Diddly Dum Podcast

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    07:45 (GMT) - 8 Jun 2017

    Three of the Five Faces of Delusion review “The Pyramid at the End of the World” and “The Lie of the Land”.

     

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  • Doctor Whooch

    Doctor Whooch // Episode 116 // This Is Not Normal

    Doctor Whooch

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    05:02 (GMT) - 8 Jun 2017

    In which there is not enough alcohol in the world to make this episode of Doctor Who good.

    On this week's show, Danica and Brandon struggle through "The Lie of the Land" and holy heck, are there far too many guns in this. Also: the monks are nothing but dumber versions of The Silence and so many things are garbage. And The Doctor is a dick on a boat, and off a boat. Whatever. MORE ALCOHOL PLEASE.

    Outro music is "Ship To Wreck" by Florence + The Machine

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  • Outpost Skaro Podcast

    Episode 123 - Hangovers will doom humanity!

    Outpost Skaro Podcast

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    22:09 (GMT) - 7 Jun 2017

    Discussing a mysterious Pyramid that appears out of nowhere is by far the least odd thing that Andy and Derek find to talk about this week. Is the Doctor about to face an arch enemy in the nude? Surely not….



  • Gallifrey Stands

    Gallifrey Stands -Ep165- Election Special: Politics in Doctor Who

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    21:39 (GMT) - 7 Jun 2017

    On the eve of the UK General election we take a look at politics in Doctor Who. With Contributions from Robert Lloyd, Adam Manning, Paul Gee, MA Tamburro, Andrew Chalmers and our very own Indie Mac News team Lewis Mainwaring & Ben Gummery.

    Whovian Round-up & Round-up Reviews are by http://indiemacuser.com/

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  • Traveling the Vortex

    Side Trip 25 - The Three Musketeers of BritishFest

    Traveling the Vortex

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    16:28 (GMT) - 7 Jun 2017

    In this special Side Trip episode of the Traveling the Vortex podcast we feature a panel recorded at this year’s BritishFest on June 4, 2017 with Terry Molloy, Frazer Hines, and Colin Spuall. The panei was titled, Dalek vs. Cyberman and it was great fun. We hope you enjoy this special release.

     

     

     

     



  • Traveling the Vortex

    Episode 333 - Sweet Little Lies

    Traveling the Vortex

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    15:43 (GMT) - 7 Jun 2017

    In this week’s episode of Traveling the Vortex, we take a look at the Series 10 story, The Lie of the Land. Find out what we thought of the finale of a somewhat three part story arc.

    Plus, we’ll review some of the news this week.

    And, of course, your feedback.

    Enjoy!



  • Trap One: A Doctor Who Podcast

    The Lie of the Land

    Trap One: A Doctor Who Podcast

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    12:21 (GMT) - 7 Jun 2017

    In this week's episode my guest co-host is Jason McLaughlin (@jangomac72), and we discuss Lie of the Land by Toby Whithouse.

    Shownotes here.



  • Doctor Who: Verity!

    Episode 140 - The Cake Is a Lie of the Land

    Doctor Who: Verity!

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    11:30 (GMT) - 7 Jun 2017

    There's been a lot of agreement on the podcast as of late, but that ends today! Join Deb, Erika, Katrina, and Liz as we disagree over whether this story worked and how many episodes it really should have been. At least there's consensus on Peter Capaldi's hair and Pearl Mackie.

    What did you think of "The Lie of the Land"? Let us know in the comments!

    ^E

    Also covered:

    • Kat
      • covets a jacket with the Gallifrey symbol!
      • interviews Alex Kennard (of Reality Bomb) on Start the Music!
    • Liz is thrilled that Rachel Talalay will direct the Christmas special!
    • Erika has officially switched to team-Series-10-Capaldi-hair!
    • Deb delights in how Pearl Mackie, who is at Wizard World Philadelphia as we record, has embraced fandom and her role as a companion!


  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 677: Torchwood 16 TORCHWOOD _ CASCADE _ CDRIP.TOR from @BigFinish

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    09:21 (GMT) - 7 Jun 2017

    @TinDogPodcast reviews This title was released in June 2017. It will be exclusively available to buy from the BF website until August 31st 2017, and on general sale after this date. WARNING: The unauthorised reproduction or distribution of this copyrighted work is illegal. Your downloads are monitored. Internet piracy is a crime and is punishable by up to 5 years in prison, a fine of PS250,000 or death. Come on, we've all done it. We've all downloaded a cheeky little something we shouldn't have. After all, what's the harm, eh? You never get caught. No-one knows. No-one knocks at your door and tells you you're about to die. Turns out, there's something hiding in the internet. It knows what you've done. And it's going to stop you. Torchwood contains adult material and may not be suitable for younger listeners Written By: Scott Handcock Directed By: Scott Handcock Cast Naoko Mori (Toshiko Sato), Robbie Jarvis (Stephen), Ashley Kumar (Max), Rachel Handshaw (Nikki) Producer James Goss Script Editor David Llewellyn Executive Producers Jason Haigh-Ellery and Nicholas Briggs


  • Who's Doing What Now

    Episode 56 - Midnight

    Who's Doing What Now

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    08:00 (GMT) - 7 Jun 2017

    What happens when you put the Doctor on a space bus with the galaxy's biggest jerks and a creepy alien? Find out this week as we talk about Midnight. Vince, Kris, and Beth have a lively discussion as to the merits of this episode and the age old argument of author's intent vs critic's interpretation.

    We have our thoughts on Midnight, but we want to hear from you!

    Be sure to rate us on iTunes, Stitcher, Podbean and now on Google Play!

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  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 676: TV Doctor Who - Pyramid at end of world

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    07:13 (GMT) - 7 Jun 2017

    @TinDogPodcast review The Pyramid at the End of the World was the seventh episode of the tenth series of Doctor Who produced by BBC Wales. The episode saw Bill make a deal with the Monks to help the Twelfth Doctor regain his eyesight, having been blind since TV: Oxygen, in which he was exposed to the vacuum of space. CONTENTS[show] SYNOPSIS edit At a war zone in Turmezistan where American, Chinese, and Russian armies are about to meet, a 5,000-year-old pyramid stands. It's very strange, but one thing raises the suspicions of the United Nations: it just appeared overnight. The aliens inside claim that humans would cause the death of all life on Earth. Soon, the Twelfth Doctor, Bill and Nardole are facing an invasion the likes of which they have never seen before. Before they invade, the aliens need the permission of humanity. PLOT edit to be added CAST edit The Doctor - Peter Capaldi Bill - Pearl Mackie Nardole - Matt Lucas Secretary General - Togo Igawa The Commander - Nigel Hastings Colonel Don Brabbit - Eben Young Erica - Rachel Denning Douglas - Tony Gardner Ilya - Andrew Byron Xiaolian - Daphne Cheung Monk - Jamie Hill Voice of the Monk - Tim Bentinck UNCREDITED edit Penny - Ronke Adekolouejo CREW edit to be added REFERENCES edit SCIENCE edit Agrofuel Research Operations uses EC 07, EC 31 and EC 46 to genetically modify R. planticola. They have been experimenting with the bacteria for at least 26 days. Douglas is also working on Experiment 7C1677, Enzyme C36 and Culture 14578. The Doomsday Clock is mentioned as having been started by some atomic scientists in 1947. LOCATIONS edit Bill and Penny are at the pub. Bill and Penny go back to Bill's flat. The Doctor, Bill, Nardole and the representatives meet up in a base in Turmezistan. The Doctor's office is mentioned. As the windows aren't big enough, the UN had to break down some of the wall to get the TARDIS out. Bill is wearing a jacket with Okinawa printed on it. Agrofuel is located in Yorkshire. The Doctor mentions Chasm Forge. TECHNOLOGY edit Penny mentions the computer simulation. Penny says she's getting an Uber to get home. The UN car's driver is called on his iPhone. Boat One is boarded again. The Doctor plays his electric guitar. The Doctor uses his sonic sunglasses which have once again been modified to give him very limited spatial information; enough to identify structures and data involving individuals present with him (age, height, etc), but not enough for fine details, such as reading the numbers on a combination lock. The UN sends of a USAF B52 towards the Pyramid. The pilot "maydays" Red 12. Agrofuel uses Bowes brand computers. Citizens in Turmezistan use cameras to photograph the Pyramid. The UN military uses guns. The UN uses Defender 110s. Russia tried to use a missile from a submarine against the Pyramid. GriffinFinder is a search engine. The Monks used a simulation machine. The Doctor tells the people at the meeting to go use Google. ORGANISATIONS edit The Doctor is recruited by the United Nations. The Doctor mentions UNIT and UNIT HQ. The Doctor pays a visit to the Agrofuel Research Operations. BIOLOGY edit Bacteria are being researched in Agrofuel. Xiaolian mentions flu and plague as possible ends to the world. The Doctor mentions GM (genetically modified) bacteria. Erica says the greenhouses at Agrofuel are full of Ethanol. SPECIES edit Bill thinks the Monks are vampires. PEOPLE edit Bill and Penny laugh about the Pope being in Bill's flat. Bill calls the President "orange". Douglas has messages on his iPad from Terry Beyer-Rees (Head of Research), Dr Patel, J. Plant, P. Spriggs, Dr Sherives, K. Moore, P. Hilton, Dr D. Newton, Dr Palmer, S. Lamont and M. Henshaw. The Doctor thinks Erica calls him God when she says "Oh my God". The Doctor says "By George". Biological data edit According to the sonic sunglasses, Bill is female, 26 years old, 167.6cm tall, weighs 130.2 pounds, has a resting heart rate of 79BPM and a body temperature of 37.6 degrees Celsius. Nardole is male, 237 years old, 167.7cm tall, weighs 216.1 pounds, has a resting heart rate of 78BPM and a temperature of 30.3 degrees Celsius. Discounting River Song, whose status as a companion is a matter of debate, this data makes Nardole the oldest known companion to date. The Secretary General is male, 70 years old, 165.2cm tall, weighs 140.1 pounds, has a resting heart rate of 68BPM and a temperature of 37.9 degrees Celsius. Xiaolian is female, 41 years old, 167.0cm tall, weighs 126.7 pounds, has a resting heart rate of 76BPM and a temperature of 37.7 degrees Celsius. Don Brabbit is male, 59 years old, 177.6cm tall, weighs 141.0 pounds, has a resting heart rate of 69BPM and a temperature of 38.0 degrees Celsius. Ilya Svyatoslavovich is male, 70 years old, 186.7cm tall, weighs 176.4 pounds, has a resting heart rate of 72BPM and a temperature of 37.6 degrees Celsius. The Commander is male, 63 years old, 176.7cm tall, weighs 176.3 pounds, has a resting heart rate of 75BPM and a temperature of 37.6 degrees Celsius. One Monk has a height of 204.6cm and a weight of 93.5 pounds. Another has a height of 214.3cm. The glasses are unable to detect their ages. FOOD AND BEVERAGES edit Bill and Penny are drinking wine. Bill: white wine, Penny: red wine. Erica and Douglas drink coffee. Water is being drunk during the meetings in the base. Nardole mentions air, water, food and beer, as basic necessities. EVENTS edit The Doctor says that they are against World War III.


  • Geeklectic

    Ep 72 - The Lie Of The Land

    Geeklectic

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    06:38 (GMT) - 7 Jun 2017

    The "Monk" Trilogy wraps up with a - shall-we-say - controversial episode, at least among our intrepid Coal Hill regulars. Some of us sort of liked it, one of us... eh, not so much... but at least we had a *lot* to talk about. Incidentally, Cooper - of Kids Talk Who fame - *loved* it - so that's good. We start talking about the episode itself 12 minutes in. Before that, it's mostly Hufflepuffs and cars, though there is a lovely new parody song to kick things off.


  • The Old Doctor Who Show

    43: Earthshock (Classic Doctor Who Review)

    The Old Doctor Who Show

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    04:00 (GMT) - 7 Jun 2017

    Dan and Eric hang with Daft Punk, say goodbye to a poorly dressed friend, and argue over the ending of the classic doctor who story, EARTHSHOCK!  Plus Twin Peaks talk (2:35 - 11:32) and the secret origin of WHERE'S MY ROBOTS?



  • The TARDIS Tavern

    Episode 163: In the Nursery

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    01:19 (GMT) - 7 Jun 2017

    This episode Steve and Sean are joined by guest bartender Stephen Webb of The Coal Hill A/V Club podcast, who chose quote the morsel for them to suck on and ingest: "The Ultimate Foe", the final Sixth Doctor story.

    True, it's only two episodes long, but there is so so soooo much to talk about here. Is "The Ultimate Foe" a cacophony of style and celebration? Or is it just an old, dried-up piece of hard candy, dropped on the carpet and covered with hair and ants? Listen in and find out?

    Email us stuff at tardistavern@gmail.com, check out out growing-more-popular-by-the-year Facebook page, and follow Sean on Twitter every other week via @tardistavern. You can also follow Stephen Webb via @geeklectic.



  • Gallifrey Public Radio - A Doctor Who Podcast

    The Lie of the Land

    Gallifrey Public Radio - A Doctor Who Podcast

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    01:08 (GMT) - 7 Jun 2017

    Trust, integrity, and the validity of information are all points of intense focus in today's news, a modern world where we are finding the delineation between fiction and fact is perhaps as subject to bias and personal interpretation as such benign topics as one's ... Continue reading -


  • 42 To Doomsday

    42 to Doomsday - Amateur Omnirumourists

    42 To Doomsday

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    22:59 (GMT) - 6 Jun 2017

    Episode 68 - while Mark's away, the mice will play! Richard joins Rob to discuss the fallout of the May 27th Fantom event, where Phil Morris was, then wasn't, attending. We also drag out that dead horse named Omnirumour for one damned good flogging, for your entertainment!


  • Who's He?

    Who's He? Podcast #272 Every legend tells of conquest and liberty

    Who's He?

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    22:01 (GMT) - 6 Jun 2017

    This week Phil and Paul reach the end of the Monk trilogy with Lie of the Land. Is this an improvement on last weeks episode and does it provide a satisfactory conclusion? You will have to listen to find out what they thought but you can be sure that they will discuss a companion shooting the Doctor, Missy and of course fake regenerations! And not only do you hear what our reviewing duo thought but also what you thought in our listener feedback section?

    And in the news, Peter Sallis passes away at the grand old age of 96, Patrick Ness reveals that he won't be returning to Class and of course there is Omega's Stats Corner!



  • Outpost Skaro Podcast

    Episode 122 - Pope Blocked!

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    21:37 (GMT) - 6 Jun 2017

    Andy and Derek discuss if being Pope Blocked is the ultimate date destroyer. And, due to illness, two episodes are reviewed this week!



 
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