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  • Two-minute Time Lord

    2MTL 148: Plan B for Watching Doctor Who Internationally

    Two-minute Time Lord

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    01:23 (GMT) - 2 Jul 2010

    For about as long as I've been podcasting, I've been on the warpath seeking the international release of Doctor Who episodes as close to the BBC One airdate as possible. I'm forced to admit that may not be practical most of the time for smaller networks such as BBC America.

    So here's my Modest Proposal for Plan B: more-expensive premium downloads of the episodes as soon as they've aired on BBC One, before they hit the international networks. Give a listen for the details, and let me know what you think.



  • Earth Station One

    Erth Station One Episode 14 - I'm now wearing a Fez. Fez's are Cool!

    Earth Station One

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    21:47 (GMT) - 1 Jul 2010

    Grab your mop, stick on your Fez and sit back and relax as Mike, Dan and Monty return this week to discuss the season final of Doctor Who "The Big Bang". Did the Doctor save the universe? Did the TARDIS Explode? Who is River Song? Did Rory really kill Amy? Are Fez’s really cool? Join … Continue reading →


  • Waffle On Podcast

    A Waffle On Special. The Martians Are Here, a Interview with Stefan Sawynok

    Waffle On Podcast

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    10:38 (GMT) - 1 Jul 2010

    A Waffle On Special. Simon Interviews Stefan Sawynok.

    Hello and welcome to this very special edition of Waffle On. Squeezed in between the normal Waffles is this special, in which Simon interviews Australian author and producer Stefan Sawynok.

    Stefan is the main man behind the brilliant science fiction audio drama The Martians Are Here. The story is set in Australia with five very different people who ultimately must work together to figure out what is going on. Not only does Stefan write and produce the main story he also produces the odd specials, one of which is Simon’s story Once a Jolly Swagman, Little Bit of Trouble by Jen Rhodes and Pyramid by Mike Featherstone.

    Stefan is accompanied by Rick Moyer who not only writes all the music for The Martians Are Here he also narrates and puts the whole series together.

    It was a great honour to talk to Stefan and I hope you all enjoy the conversation we had, its insightful and informative. The Martians Are Here podcast is a brilliant series and I cant recommend it enough. To listen to The Martians Are Here head to www.themartiansarehere.com

    Cheers and Thanks for Listening.



  • Staggering Stories Podcast

    Staggering Stories Commentary #11: Doctor Who - The Lodger

    Staggering Stories Podcast

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    10:01 (GMT) - 1 Jul 2010

    Summary:
    Adam J Purcell, Andy Simpkins and Keith Dunn sit down, potatoey, in front of Doctor Who: The Lodger and spout our usual nonsense!

    Amy’s studio-bound, Craig and Sophie need a room and the Doctor’s quirking it up to 11. But enough of their problems, please sit down with us to enjoy The Lodgera|

    Vital Links:

    • Staggering Stories.
    • BBC: Doctor Who.
    • BBC: Doctor Who a The Lodger.
    • Doctor Who Podcast Alliance.
    • Facebook: Staggering Stories Group.
    • Twitter: Adam J Purcell.


  • The Pharos Project Podcast

    Pharos Project 12: The Big Balls

    The Pharos Project Podcast

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    07:34 (GMT) - 1 Jul 2010

    The team attempt to answer some of the questions left over from the final episode of series 5 "The Big Bang". Who is River Song? Who is the mysterious voice? What is the silence? Why do Paul's feet stink so? Has Chris really got fountain shaped bollocks? Most importantly, can Little Pete retain his crown as the Doctor Dolittle of Love?



  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 132: Pandorica Opens & The Big Bang

    Tin Dog Podcast

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    07:10 (GMT) - 1 Jul 2010

    The Doctor and Amy Pond  travel to the oldest planet in the universe where a legendary message turns out to be another "calling card" of River Song. Following the coordinates from the message, they arrive at Roman Britain in 102 AD and find River posing as Cleopatra. River explains that she has received warning of the destruction of the TARDIS from a painting by Vincent van Gogh ("Vincent and the Doctor") that in 1941 reached Winston Churchill and Professor Bracewell ("Victory of the Daleks"). Churchill had attempted to warn the Doctor himself, but the TARDIS instead connected his call to River; she subsequently escaped from prison and encountered Liz 10 ("The Beast Below"), who had Van Gogh's painting in her collection, and then used a vortex manipulator to transport herself to the oldest planet then to the coordinates in the painting. The Doctor realises the painting and destruction of the TARDIS may be connected to the "Pandorica", a fabled prison for the universe's deadliest being, and rationalises that it must be stored in a memorable location, the site of Stonehenge.At Stonehenge, the Doctor, Amy, and River find a passage to an underground area, which the Doctor terms "the Underhenge". Inside, they find the Pandorica, a room-sized metal box outfitted with every type of lock imaginable. The Doctor and River become concerned when they discover that the Pandorica is opening from inside and transmitting a message across time and space, drawing many of the Doctor's foes to Earth. River warns that "everything that ever hated [the Doctor] is coming tonight". The Doctor refuses to flee and instead asks River to seek help from the nearby Roman legion while he remains with the Pandorica. She finds the legion's commander reluctant, though one mysterious centurion and fifty others do volunteer.Back underground, while Amy questions the Doctor about the engagement ring she has found, the pair are attacked by the debris of a Cyberman's suit trying to find a new host. The Doctor is stunned and Amy sedated with a flechette. She runs away and is rescued by the mysterious centurion, who turns out to be Rory Williams. The revived Doctor is baffled to find Rory alive, since he is supposed to have been erased from history by a crack in the universe ("Cold Blood"). Rory is even more confused and says he simply remembers dying one second and being a Roman soldier the next.As more enemies gather in orbit, the Doctor temporarily delays the aliens and instructs River to bring the TARDIS to Stonehenge. Although shown to be an expert TARDIS pilot ("The Time of Angels"), River now finds the machine impossible to control and gets locked on course for Amy's house on 26 June 2010 - the very date of the time energy explosion that caused the cracks in the universe ("Flesh and Stone"). Whilst she ventures outside, the scanner screen suddenly cracks into the same shape as the other cracks in the universe, while an ominous voice declares "silence will fall". River finds large burn-marks on the lawn, and then begins to explore Amy's bedroom, still full of representations of the Doctor and the TARDIS. She also finds elements such as Pandora's box and the Roman soldiers within Amy's drawings and books. She relays this to the Doctor, who starts to worry they might all be imaginary constructs taken from Amy's mind to entrap him, and believing their own cover story until they are activated.Rory meanwhile has an emotional conversation with Amy as he tries to connect with her using the engagement ring that he had left aboard the TARDIS, but she is still unable to remember him. The TARDIS begins to malfunction dangerously. Upon discovery of the date to which River has been taken, the Doctor orders her to get out of that timezone, but the TARDIS is now controlled remotely. He urges her to get out, as the TARDIS engines are supposed to shut down automatically when no one is on board, but she finds herself locked in.Suddenly, Rory and the 'legionaries' with the Doctor are activated: they are Autons. The Rory Auton remains with Amy, struggling to retain his human consciousness and stop himself from killing her. Shortly after she remembers who he is, he loses control and shoots her. Meanwhile, the other Autons capture the Doctor and take him to the now-open Pandorica, which proves to be empty. Daleks, Cybermen, Sontarans, and other enemies arrive and reveal that they have formed an alliance and built the Pandorica as a prison for the Doctor, as they believe he is about to destroy the universe. The Doctor pleads that they have made a mistake and the TARDIS, not him, is about to destroy the universe but the aliens refuse to believe that anyone else can pilot the TARDIS.River frantically manages to hot-wire the TARDIS door, but finds her way blocked by a stone surface. She declares, "I'm sorry, my love," as the TARDIS goes critical and explodes. Rory is still cradling the lifeless Amy. The Pandorica closes on the Doctor, and a dramatic reveal shows explosions surrounding the Earth, which slowly fades to black as silence falls.Following from the cliffhanger of the previous episode, the Doctor is sealed in the Pandorica, a prison designed for him by his greatest foes and baited by elements of Amy's childhood imagination, while River Song is trapped in the TARDIS as it explodes, triggering the end of the universe. As the episode begins, the Earth, Moon, and what appears to be the Sun are all that remain in a starless black void. In 102 AD, the Auton replica of Rory, having shot Amy, is still holding her lifeless body when a future version of the Doctor, using a Vortex Manipulator, briefly appears and gives Rory his sonic screwdriver, with instructions to open the Pandorica. Rory releases the imprisoned Doctor, who places Amy inside the Pandorica where she will be revived and held in stasis. Rory, ageless due to his Auton nature, stays with the Pandorica, guarding it through nearly two millennia and creating a mythology around the box that survives to the present day.The Doctor jumps forward in time to 1996, and provides hints to the young Amelia Pond--who has dreams of a star-filled sky--that lead her to the British Museum, where the Pandorica is on display. Amelia's touch opens the Pandorica, releasing her older self. Rory, now a security guard at the museum, arrives just in time to save the Doctor, Amy and Amelia from a fossilized Dalek. After an emotional reunion, the Doctor uses the Vortex Manipulator to pass his screwdriver to Rory in the past and rescue River from the TARDIS. The group flees through the museum, purused by the Dalek, which the Doctor surmises has been re-activated by the light of the Pandorica. They meet a mortally wounded version of the Doctor from twelve minutes in the future, who whispers something to his past self and dies. The Doctor explains that a fragment of the original, star-filled universe is inside the Pandorica, and if they can transfer it to every point of the collapsing universe simultaneously, they may be able to "reboot" reality. He is then shot by the Dalek, and jumps twelve minutes into the past. Rory and Amy escape, while River confronts the Dalek- which uncharacteristically begs for mercy when told her name.After jumping back twelve minutes, the Doctor did not die, but instead directed his earlier self to create a diversion, giving the wounded Doctor the opportunity to program the Pandorica to fly into the Sun-like source of light: the TARDIS, exploding simultaneously at every point in space and time. When his companions return, the Doctor explains that once the universe is rebooted, Amy--having lived near the cracks in the universe all her life--will be able to use her memories to restore people who have been erased, and that he himself will be trapped in the void between universes once the cracks close. The Doctor then pilots the Pandorica into the TARDIS explosion, creating a second Big Bang and returning the universe to normal.The Doctor then finds himself rewinding through his life as an observer. Amy can hear but not see him, and as he passes through the events of "Flesh and Stone", he takes advantage of her closed eyes to tell her to remember what he told her when she was seven years old. Arriving on the day he met Amelia Pond ("The Eleventh Hour"), he finds the young girl asleep outside, waiting for her "raggedy Doctor" to return. The Doctor carries her to bed, and tells her a story about a daft old man who stole--"well, borrowed"--a magic box that was "big and little at the same time. Brand new and ancient. And the bluest blue ever." He then steps into the crack in Amelia's bedroom wall, sealing it completely.Amy wakes up on 26 June 2010, the day of her wedding, to find she has remembered her mother, father and the human Rory back into existence. During the wedding reception, however, she feels as if she is forgetting something. When she sees River Song's diary, its cover fashioned after the TARDIS, she tearfully recalls the Doctor's story of "something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue", causing the Doctor and the TARDIS to be restored. The Doctor joins in the wedding celebration.After the wedding, the Doctor gives River the Vortex Manipulator to return to her time. River sadly warns him he will soon learn who she truly is, and that it will change everything. Aboard the TARDIS, the Doctor explains to Amy and Rory that unanswered questions remain about the destruction of the TARDIS and the nature of "the Silence" that will fall, but before they can contemplate that, the Doctor receives a telephone call alerting him to the presence of an escaped Egyptian goddess on the Orient Express in space. Rory and Amy decide to join him, and the three leave on their next adventure.[edit] ContinuityThe episode revisits several scenes from earlier in the series. The first scene in the episode mirrors the start of "The Eleventh Hour", except this time the Doctor does not crash into Amelia's garden, instead appearing later to direct her to the museum. Upon the TARDIS's restoration Rory tells Amy's parents that "I was plastic" and that the Doctor was "the stripper at my stag do", the latter event having been seen in "The Vampires of Venice".As the Doctor rewinds through his life, he sees events which relate to "The Lodger", but which were not shown in that episode. His conversation with Amy during the events of "Flesh and Stone" appeared in that episode, though it was not clear that this was a Doctor from a different timeline. Finally, he arrives in seven-year-old Amelia's house the night she waited for him in "The Eleventh Hour".Early in the episode, Amy's aunt states that she does not trust Richard Dawkins (who appeared as himself in "The Stolen Earth") due to his support for the existence of stars. When the sonic screwdriver given to Rory and that in the pocket of the Doctor in the Pandorica touch they cause sparks, in a revived-series reference to the Blinovitch Limitation Effect.


  • Two-minute Time Lord

    2MTL 147: Revisiting "Vincent and the Doctor"

    Two-minute Time Lord

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    03:01 (GMT) - 1 Jul 2010

    While the U.K. suffers the beginning of the Long Night Without Doctor Who, the U.S. and Canada have only gotten around to "Vincent and the Doctor," very much an outlier among the whole of Series 5. Thoughts about character development, starry nights and Fandom Wars (TM) within!



  • The RaT Project Live

    The RaT Project 87: Of Mario, The Doctor, and an Alchemist

    The RaT Project Live

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    07:00 (GMT) - 30 Jun 2010

    In this studio recording, Rand discusses the just-ended MarioMarathon 3, Doctor Who's 2010 series, and the soon-to-end Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood.


  • Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC #19 The 24MTL Cutaway

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway

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    18:00 (GMT) - 29 Jun 2010

    T minus 179 days until The 2010 Christmas Special.


    Welcome to this, the 19th Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse: Mostly Harmless Cutaway. Today Eric flies solo directly into his reaction to Two-Minute Time Lord Podcast episode 144. If you haven't already, please give Chip's Podcast and particularly this episode 144 where Chip postulates why Series 5 was made for the box set. Eric attempts to expand upon this premise of a 'box set series' that in hindsight appears to be greater than the sum of it's parts. He then continues to reflect upon and contrast the differences in character development under the tutelage of both RTD & Steven Moffat.

    WARNING:
    This podcast contains SPOILERS pertinent to Series 5 overall in general.

    Disclaimer:

    We're sorry. So, so sorry. It was our intention for this to be quick 6 minute response, but as you can see bloviation was the order of the day. We promise MHC #20 will be more than double in length so please...


    DON'T PANIC

    Creator/Producer: Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    HHG2W:
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @HHG2W
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com

    MHC theme created by Eric Escamilla.
    Anonymous cold open was by Emily K. (@emilyooo)

    [Subscribe via iTunes]



  • Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC #19 The 24MTL Cutaway

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway

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    17:00 (GMT) - 29 Jun 2010

    T minus 179 days until The 2010 Christmas Special.


    Welcome to this, the 19th Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse: Mostly Harmless Cutaway. Today Eric flies solo directly into his reaction to Two-Minute Time Lord Podcast episode 144. If you haven't already, please give Chip's Podcast and particularly this episode 144 where Chip postulates why Series 5 was made for the box set. Eric attempts to expand upon this premise of a 'box set series' that in hindsight appears to be greater than the sum of it's parts. He then continues to reflect upon and contrast the differences in character development under the tutelage of both RTD & Steven Moffat.
     
    WARNING:
     This podcast contains SPOILERS pertinent to Series 5 overall in general. 

    Disclaimer:

    We're sorry. So, so sorry. It was our intention for this to be quick 6 minute response, but as you can see bloviation was the order of the day. We promise MHC #20 will be more than double in length so please...


    DON'T PANIC

     

     

    Creator/Producer: Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    HHG2W:
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com 
    Twitter: @HHG2W 
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com

    MHC theme created by Eric Escamilla.
    Anonymous cold open was by Emily K. (@emilyooo)

    [Subscribe via iTunes]



  • The Doctor Who Podcast

    The Doctor Who Podcast Episode #30: Review - The Big Bang

    The Doctor Who Podcast

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    11:00 (GMT) - 29 Jun 2010

    So, what do we do now? Trevor, Tom and James review The Big Bang, the final episode of the first season of Matt Smith’s Doctor.


  • Two-minute Time Lord

    2MTL 146: Uncle Erik Explains "The Big Bang"

    Two-minute Time Lord

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    10:45 (GMT) - 29 Jun 2010

    An aggrieved Erik from Bridging the Rift joins me for a lightning round of answers to supposedly unanswered questions that were answered in "The Big Bang."

    Did you get that?

    Bridging the Rift is a podcast dedicated to Doctor Who fandom, fan culture and creative pursuits.



  • The Doctor's Companion

    The Doctor's Companion Ep. 29 - Old and New, Borrowed and Blue

    The Doctor's Companion

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    20:37 (GMT) - 28 Jun 2010

    Series 5 is a wrap, and Scott and Randy discuss its timey-wimey conclusion with episode 13, “The Big Bang”. The Doctor must find a way to save Amy, Rory, River, and himself from certain doom and the only person who can help is a little girl who once waited for a mad man in a blue box. How will the Doctor save the day and restore the universe? Does the finale live up to the hype? What’s up with the fez? Find out, in the newest episode of The Doctor’s Companion! And remember, BEWARE OF SPOILERS!!

    Next Week: Series 5 Wrap-up Special!!



  • Bigger on the Inside

    Bigger on the Inside - Episode 41

    Bigger on the Inside

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    20:20 (GMT) - 28 Jun 2010

    Closing out the 10th season, the Daleks invade a planet to learn the secrets of invisibility ("Planet of the Daleks"), and, back on Earth, mutated maggots overrun a small town ("The Green Death"). Also, Jo makes her exit from the program. Did the hosts finally come to admire the companion they've been rather cold on? Click it to find out!


  • The Cultdom Collective

    Commentary: The Big Bang

    The Cultdom Collective

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    15:00 (GMT) - 28 Jun 2010

    Ian, Dave & Mike put on the Fez Of Destiny and sit down for the last commentary in this series of Doctor Who -The Big Bang


  • Earth Station One

    Erth Station One Episode 13 - Did Anybody Here Order a Pandorica?

    Earth Station One

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    03:20 (GMT) - 28 Jun 2010

    We are back with Erth Station One Lucky Episode 13. This week Mike, Judy and William spend the whole episode discussing the first part of the season final of Doctor Who: The Pandorica Opens. We also touch briefly on the news and talk about True Blood already being renewed for a 4th series by HBO … Continue reading →


  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #204 - The Big Bang on the Edge of Forever

    Radio Free Skaro

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    19:39 (GMT) - 27 Jun 2010

    Something almost completely impossible happened this week in that not only did the Series 5 finale, The Big Bang, provide a fantastic and satisfying end to one of the best series of Doctor Who in recent memory, but the Three Who Rule actually agreed on how much they enjoyed a series finale. From Steven Moffat's mastery of what could have been a convoluted story to Matt Smith's best performance as The Doctor (again, for the 13th straight week), The Big Bang had it all, and it only makes the six-month wait until the 2010 Christmas special seem that much longer. And what will Radio Free Skaro do to pass the time until then? Listen and find out...

    Check out the show notes at http://www.radiofreeskaro.com


  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #204 - The Big Bang on the Edge of Forever

    Radio Free Skaro

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    18:39 (GMT) - 27 Jun 2010

    Something almost completely impossible happened this week in that not only did the Series 5 finale, The Big Bang, provide a fantastic and satisfying end to one of the best series of Doctor Who in recent memory, but the Three Who Rule actually agreed on how much they enjoyed a series finale. From Steven Moffat's mastery of what could have been a convoluted story to Matt Smith's best performance as The Doctor (again, for the 13th straight week), The Big Bang had it all, and it only makes the six-month wait until the 2010 Christmas special seem that much longer. And what will Radio Free Skaro do to pass the time until then? Listen and find out...

    Check out the show notes at http://www.radiofreeskaro.com


  • The2ndDoctors Podcast

    EPISODE15 - Doctor Who: The2ndDoctors Podcast

    The2ndDoctors Podcast

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    14:23 (GMT) - 27 Jun 2010

    A Short History of the Cybermen.


  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE52 - Dr Who 'The Big Bang'

    The Cultdom Collective

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    09:07 (GMT) - 27 Jun 2010

    Join us LIVE as we review Dr Who Episode 13 'The Big Bang' SPOILERS!


  • Staggering Stories Podcast

    Staggering Stories Podcast #79: The Corden

    Staggering Stories Podcast

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    08:35 (GMT) - 27 Jun 2010

    Summary:
    Adam J Purcell, Andy Simpkins, Fake Keith, Jean Riddler and the Real Keith Dunn talk about Doctor Who: ‘The Lodger’, find some general news, and a variety of other stuff, specifically:

    • 00:00 – Intro and theme tune.
    • 01:02 — Welcome!
    • 02:06 – News:
    • 02:22 — Doctor Who: Christopher Eccleston talks quitting Doctor Who.
    • 03:50 — David Tennant to star in Fright Night remake film.
    • 06:42 — The Shat: William Shatner to direct a documentary about himself.
    • 09:59 – Doctor Who: The Lodger.
    • 27:59 – Emails and listener feedback.* Hit us yourself atA show@StaggeringStories.net
    • 43:00 – Farewell for this podcast!
    • 44:23 — End theme, disclaimer, copyright, etc.

    Vital Links:

    • Staggering Stories.
    • BBC: Doctor Who.
    • Wikipedia: Christopher Eccleston.
    • David Tennant.
    • Wikipedia: Fright Night.
    • William Shatner.
    • BBC: Doctor Who – The Lodger.
    • Doctor Who Podcast Alliance.
    • Facebook: Staggering Stories Group.
    • Twitter: Adam J Purcell.


  • The BoxRoom Podcast

    The BoxRoom Podcast #53

    The BoxRoom Podcast

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    22:00 (GMT) - 26 Jun 2010

    In this epicslap we talk Finales.


  • Two-minute Time Lord

    2MTL 145: Comedian Toby Hadoke Reviews "The Big Bang"

    Two-minute Time Lord

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    18:53 (GMT) - 26 Jun 2010

    Comedian and Friend of 2MTL Toby Hadoke hopped on Skype with me thirty minutes after "The Big Bang" and reviewed it!

    Toby's the creator of "Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf," and the upcoming "Now I Know My BBC." He's also writing with Rob Shearman "Running Through Corridors," a memoir of reviewing every Doctor Who episode within a year.



  • Tim's Take On...

    Tim's Take On:Episode 23(The Big Bang)

    Tim's Take On...

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    18:37 (GMT) - 26 Jun 2010

    This week I choose to play you the radio trailer, then you'll hear my first thoughts review of Dr Who:The Big Bang part two of this year's season finale, all I can say here but forgot to in the review was we were right, the fans were right.

    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.

    End theme tune is a remix of the Doctor Who Theme by Tony Gallichan of The Flashing Blade Podcast, Tony can be contacted here show@flashingblade.org.uk



  • The Flashing Blade Podcast

    The Flashing Blade Podcast 1-55

    The Flashing Blade Podcast

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    17:59 (GMT) - 26 Jun 2010

    So, just how wrong are Tony, Jo! and Bob? Time to find out as we release, slightly early, our thoughts on The Pandorica Opens. Bob reviews the last Iris Wildthyme story, Jo! gives her version of the TARDIS dematerialisation noise and Cuddly Ken is our little treat at the end... Let's press the button marked idiot, shall we? Don't forget the picnic on 10/7/10 and our shop - all details on the website. Feedback to show@flashingblade.org.uk



  • The Omega Podcast

    The Omega Podcast Episode 1-17: Amy's Choice

    The Omega Podcast

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    17:59 (GMT) - 26 Jun 2010



  • Tim's Take On...

    Tim's Take On:Episode 23(The Big Bang)

    Tim's Take On...

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    17:37 (GMT) - 26 Jun 2010

    This week I choose to play you the radio trailer, then you'll hear my first thoughts review of Dr Who:The Big Bang part two of this year's season finale, all I can say here but forgot to in the review was we were right, the fans were right.

     

    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.

    End theme tune is a remix of the Doctor Who Theme by Tony Gallichan of The Flashing Blade Podcast, Tony can be contacted here show@flashingblade.org.uk



  • Bridging the Rift

    #21: Better Late Than Never: Thoughts on Series 5

    Bridging the Rift

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    17:26 (GMT) - 26 Jun 2010

    After many delays of all varieties and from all quarters, Bridging the Rift sheepishly returns with an episode recorded in late May in which Nat, Katrina, and Erik discuss Series 5 through "Amy's Choice." Unusually for us, it's all discussion: so prepare yourself for reactions and rampant speculation that will have been proven to be either spot on or wildly inaccurate.

    Show Notes Introduction

    @ 1 minute - The usual introductions from the gang.

    General Discussion

    @ 1 minutes 40 seconds - We begin with the basics: the new titles, the new version of the theme tune, the general look and feel of this series, and the long-forgotten series Fnarg controversy.

    @ 14 minutes 45 seconds - Next we turn our attention to the four key characters who have graced our screens during series 5: The Eleventh Doctor, Amy Pond, Rory Williams, and Dr. River Song.

    @ 33 minutes 20 seconds - The story arcs that have kept us guessing: the crack, the 2 Doctors, and general tiemy-wimey-ness.

    @ 50 minutes - Some key controversies from series 5, focusing on The Weeping Angels first on-screen movements, the redesigned Daleks, the possibly problematic plot of "The Beast Below," and Katrina's passionate reaction to "Amy's Choice."

    Next Time

    @ 1 hour 15 minutes - Next time, we look at how fan artists of all sorts given us their impressions of Series 5. If you have any feedback about anything we’ve discussed, you can send messages on Twitter directed @BridgingTheRift, comment on this blog post or send short MP3 feedback to our GoogleMail address.  You can also "like" us on Facebook and leave comments there.

    Trocking Out - The Oodcast

    @ 1 hour 16 minutes 45 seconds - This time, we use our Trocking Out section to recommend another podcast, namely The Oodcast which brings us weekly installments of sketches, reviews, witty banter, and songs about Doctor Who. Our featured selection is a song from their episode about "Amy's Choice" in which Laura (the resident chanteuse on the show) gives us her version of Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams." Enjoy!

    http://theoodcast.com/



  • The Oblivion Continuum Podcast

    06-28-10 Hour 5: "Return from the Con"

    The Oblivion Continuum Podcast

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    10:20 (GMT) - 26 Jun 2010

    In an experiment episode, we record our thoughts about this year's ConCarolinas convention on our drive from North Carolina back to New Jersey. Note: It's an "experiment" just because we weren't sure how well it was going to work out.


  • The Oblivion Continuum Podcast

    06-28-10 Hour 4: "Second Pilot"

    The Oblivion Continuum Podcast

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    10:19 (GMT) - 26 Jun 2010

    In this "Second Pilot" we talk about our likes and dislikes of the Godzilla and Gamera movies, plus our humble thoughts on Disney's Prince of Persia film.


  • The Oblivion Continuum Podcast

    06-28-10 Hour 3: "Second Pilot"

    The Oblivion Continuum Podcast

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    10:17 (GMT) - 26 Jun 2010

    In this "Second Pilot" we talk about our likes and dislikes of the Godzilla and Gamera movies, plus our humble thoughts on Disney's Prince of Persia film.


  • The Oblivion Continuum Podcast

    06-28-10 Hour 2: "Pilot"

    The Oblivion Continuum Podcast

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    10:14 (GMT) - 26 Jun 2010

    Our first episode! Join us as we discuss how we came to be Whovians (a.k.a. "Doctor Who" fans), plus reviews of "Gamera: Advent of Legion", DW: "The Time of Angels"/"Flesh and Stone", and more, plus updates on Star Wars: Marvels.


  • The Oblivion Continuum Podcast

    06-28-10 Hour 1: "Pilot"

    The Oblivion Continuum Podcast

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    10:13 (GMT) - 26 Jun 2010

    Our first episode! Join us as we discuss how we came to be Whovians (a.k.a. "Doctor Who" fans), plus reviews of "Gamera: Advent of Legion", DW: "The Time of Angels"/"Flesh and Stone", and more, plus updates on Star Wars: Marvels.


  • The Pharos Project Podcast

    Pharos Project 11: The Stonehenge Interstellar Bastard Party

    The Pharos Project Podcast

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    19:46 (GMT) - 25 Jun 2010

    This week, we celebrate the opening of the Pandorica (a new Indian restaurant in East London) by consuming lots of boozes and reviewing the latest episode of Doctor Who. Also, we talk openly about Automan and Manimal, have the lamest lightsaber duel since Obi-Wan got lucky against Darth Maul and our friend Mad Jim pops by to steal some beer.



  • Doctor Who Review Today

    EPISODE 67- Review of Amy Choice

    Doctor Who Review Today

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    19:19 (GMT) - 25 Jun 2010

    Review of story 5.7


  • Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC #18 The Pandorica Opens 31.12

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway

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    12:00 (GMT) - 25 Jun 2010

    T minus 1 day until The Big Bang.

    Welcome to this, the 18th Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse: Mostly Harmless Cutaway. Today Eric & returning special guest co-host Josh Zimon (@whomeJZ) break down the newest, latest, and greatest Doctor Who episode The Pandorica Opens. And back by popular demand we have special x 2 guest Sean (@tardistavern) from The TARDIS Tavern Podcast.

    WARNING: This review/discussion contains SPOILERS; Non-Alliance members need not apply!

    Special thanks to Katrina (@xanister) from the Bridging The Rift podcast for providing this episode's intro.

    Disclaimer:

    Time to put up or shut up. We let fly some of our last theories and ponderance before hopefully all is revealed tomorrow. The next time we meet will it be on the other side of the crack? If you find yourself being engulfed by light...

    DON'T PANIC


    Creator/Producer: Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    HHG2W:
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @HHG2W
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com

    MHC theme created by Eric Escamilla.
    Anonymous cold open was by Emily K. (@emilyooo)

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  • Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC #18 The Pandorica Opens 31.12

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway

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    11:00 (GMT) - 25 Jun 2010

    T minus 1 day until The Big Bang.

     

    Welcome to this, the 18th Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse: Mostly Harmless Cutaway. Today Eric & returning special guest co-host Josh Zimon (@whomeJZ) break down the newest, latest, and greatest Doctor Who episode The Pandorica Opens. And back by popular demand we have special x 2 guest Sean (@tardistavern) from The TARDIS Tavern Podcast.

    WARNING: This review/discussion contains SPOILERS; Non-Alliance members need not apply! 

    Special thanks to Katrina (@xanister) from the Bridging The Rift podcast for providing this episode's intro. 

    Disclaimer:

    Time to put up or shut up. We let fly some of our last theories and ponderance before hopefully all is revealed tomorrow. The next time we meet will it be on the other side of the crack? If you find yourself being engulfed by light...

    DON'T PANIC

     


    Creator/Producer: Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    HHG2W:
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com 
    Twitter: @HHG2W 
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com

    MHC theme created by Eric Escamilla.
    Anonymous cold open was by Emily K. (@emilyooo)

    [Subscribe via iTunes]



  • Dirty WHOers's Podcast

    Dirty WHOers 016

    Dirty WHOers's Podcast

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    07:00 (GMT) - 25 Jun 2010

    Getting indigent about The Pandorica Opens, the 12th episode of season 31. Song, Pond, and Plastic Rory help the Doc miss all the big clues and get shafted by the bad guys.


  • The Unearthly Child Podcast

    011 - The Unearthly Child Podcast: Dalek Double Dosage

    The Unearthly Child Podcast

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    21:36 (GMT) - 24 Jun 2010

    I talk about not one, but two, recent episodes of Doctor Who today, each featuring the Daleks. The first is the recent epic that aired on BBC TV, The Pandorica Opens. The second is the extremely fun computer game City of the Daleks, which will soon be available outside of the UK. Throw in a bit of news and you've got a great episode of The Unearthly Child Podcast. Please send any comments or feedback to unearthlychildpodcast@gmail.com


  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE51 - Dr Who Big Bang Spectulation

    The Cultdom Collective

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    15:17 (GMT) - 24 Jun 2010

    Dr Who Big Bang Spectulation - midweek chat on how Dr Who Epi. 13 might end the current Series. No Epi. 13 spoilers.


  • The Doctor Who Podcast

    The Doctor Who Podcast Episode #29: Fan reaction to The Pandorica Opens

    The Doctor Who Podcast

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    11:00 (GMT) - 24 Jun 2010

    OK, James and Trevor were wrong, enough already! James and Trevor together in the campervan for this episode to discuss the fan reaction to The Pandorica Opens. We share our thoughts, your thoughts, play some listener feedback and some predictions for just what The Big Bang will have in store for us on Saturday night.


  • Staggering Stories Podcast

    Staggering Stories Commentary #10: Doctor Who - Vincent and the Doctor

    Staggering Stories Podcast

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    10:07 (GMT) - 24 Jun 2010

    Summary:
    Adam J Purcell, Andy Simpkins and Keith Dunn sit down, unseeing, in front of Doctor Who: Vincent and the Doctor and spout our usual nonsense!

    Amy’s star-struck, Vincent’s being stalked and the Doctor’s met a man with a bigger bow tie. But enough of their problems, please sit down with us to enjoy Vincent and the Doctora|

    Vital Links:

    • Staggering Stories.
    • BBC: Doctor Who.
    • BBC: Doctor Who a Vincent and the Doctor.
    • Doctor Who Podcast Alliance.
    • Facebook: Staggering Stories Group.
    • Twitter: Adam J Purcell.


  • Geek Syndicate

    Geek Syndicate - Episode 159

    Geek Syndicate

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    04:07 (GMT) - 24 Jun 2010

    Welcome to another crazy adventure into the world of geekdom with the Geek Syndicate lads.

    News: NASA discover a 'crack in the milky way', The Dr Strange film adaptation gets some screenwriters,The Green Hornet gets a trailerand DC Comics launch digital comic apps.
    Week that was: Doctor Who The Pandorica Opens(SPOILERS), Incognito and Batman: City of Scars.
    Main: Season finale reviews of Smallville, Supernatural, Lost and Fringe (SPOILERS GALORE!).


  • Geek Syndicate

    Geek Syndicate - Episode 159

    Geek Syndicate

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    03:07 (GMT) - 24 Jun 2010

    Welcome to another crazy adventure into the world of geekdom with the Geek Syndicate lads.

    News: NASA discover a 'crack in the milky way', The Dr Strange film adaptation gets some screenwriters,The Green Hornet gets a trailerand DC Comics launch digital comic apps.
    Week that was: Doctor Who The Pandorica Opens(SPOILERS), Incognito and Batman: City of Scars.
    Main:  Season finale reviews of Smallville, Supernatural, Lost and Fringe (SPOILERS GALORE!).


  • Two-minute Time Lord

    2MTL 144: Series 5 Was Made for the Box Set

    Two-minute Time Lord

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    01:57 (GMT) - 24 Jun 2010

    I'm seeing a parallel between Babylon 5 and the current series of Doctor Who, in the driving, defining nature of the story arc being carried through the thirteen episodes. Is this a good thing?



  • Podshock

    210 - Doctor Who: Podshock

    Podshock

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    19:21 (GMT) - 23 Jun 2010

    Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 210
    Running time: 1:49:00

    Doctor Who: 'The Pandorica Opens' reviewed live over the net with live and recorded feedback.

    Hosted by Louis Trapani, James Naughton, and Dave Cooper.

    Brought to you by the Gallifreyan Embassy and is a production of Art Trap Productions.

    This podcast is made possible in part by Podshock Supporting Subscribers and from donations from listeners like you.

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