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  • Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC #40 The Doctor's Wife 32.4

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway

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    00:00 (GMT) - 20 May 2011

    1 day until The Rebel Flesh.

    ENTER:

    • ...the Gaiman! In today's show Eric, Josh, and Cat (@fancyfembot) get it on with The Doctor's Wife.
    • Ooh la, la.
    • Special thanks to Sean (@tardistavern) for being the host w/the most.
    • Special howdy to @emilyoo, @Draculasaurus13, & @LinuxRockz kickin' it in the 512.
    • And much appreciation to @Bluezfan1987 for the twitter feedback.

    WARNING:

    • This discussion contains miscellaneous NüWHO & Classic SPOILERS pertaining to Doctor Who. If you are 100% spoilerphobic to New & Classic epsiodes not yet seen, do not complain to us. This episode is Mostly Harmless, but as always expect possible strokes of innuendo throughout.

    LINKS:

    • Steve @TardisTavernTit: The TARDIS Tavern tardistavern.libsyn.com
    • Erik @sjcaustenite: The Doctor Who Book Club Podcast dwbcpodcast.blogspot.com
    • 2MTL 207: Your Neil Gaiman Preparedness Kit: twominutetimelord.com/wp/?p=731

    DISCLAIMER:

    • Greatest episode of Doctor Who ever!
    • Ignore all our Series 6 theories up to this point.
    • COMING SOON: MHC #41 The Rebel Flesh!!!
     

    DON'T PANIC

     

    Host/Producer: Eric Escamilla

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    Co-host: Josh Zimon
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    MHC Theme created by Eric Escamilla.
    Anonymous cold open by Emily K. (@emilyooo)



  • DWO WhoCast

    DWO WhoCast Extra - Richard Clark Interview - Doctor Who Podcast

    DWO WhoCast

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    23:33 (GMT) - 19 May 2011

    In this special DWO WhoCast Extra... Have a yummy treat as Tony gets to chat to interview the director of the wonderful 'The Doctor's WIfe', 'Gridlock' and 'The Lazarus Experiment' amongst other things - it's Mr Richard Clark! 



  • Geek Syndicate

    Geek Syndicate - Episode 183

    Geek Syndicate

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    22:31 (GMT) - 19 May 2011

    Welcome to Episode 183 of Geek Syndicate, your podcast guide to the murtky underbelly of Geekdom.

    News

    The Diease Control website crashes under weight of it's zombie defence plan, The Napoleon of Crime gets his own comic, Runemaster studio opens up new pulp division, Disney finds it's Lone Ranger ,Torhwoord web series spin off and Warehouse 13 spin off

    Week that Was

    Brightest Day - Vol - 1, Flashpoint #1, The Blue Spear, Community,Smallville and Dr Who

    Main We take a look at some of the pilots and projects for this year which never got picked up and decide whwther the networks were right or wrong.


  • Geek Syndicate

    Geek Syndicate - Episode 183

    Geek Syndicate

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    21:31 (GMT) - 19 May 2011

    Welcome to Episode 183 of Geek Syndicate, your podcast guide to the murtky underbelly of Geekdom.

    News

    The Diease Control website crashes under weight of it's zombie defence plan, The Napoleon of Crime gets his own comic, Runemaster studio opens up new pulp division, Disney finds it's Lone Ranger ,Torhwoord web series spin off and Warehouse 13 spin off

    Week that Was

    Brightest Day - Vol - 1, Flashpoint #1, The Blue Spear, Community,Smallville and Dr Who

    Main  We take a look at some of the pilots and projects for this year which never got picked up and decide whwther the networks were right or wrong.


  • MrTARDIS Reviews

    MrTARDIS Trailer

    MrTARDIS Reviews

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    12:29 (GMT) - 19 May 2011


    Trilby's, Exploding Jelly Babies, Cyber-Mania's, "That" Face, Doctor Who, Sherlock, Come Fly With Me, "That's what she said!", Windows Movie Maker, Psychic Pollan...this is MrTARDIS and i wouldn't have it any other way. I huge thank you to everyone who has supported me! The song is 'I Am The Doctor' by Murray Gold and about halfway through it switches to 'The Sun's Gone Wibbly'.


  • Dirty WHOers's Podcast

    Dirty WHOers 027

    Dirty WHOers's Podcast

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    07:00 (GMT) - 19 May 2011

    Quick mumbled reviews of 'The Curse of the Black Spot' and 'The Doctors Wife'. Performed under contractual obligation.


  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 177: The Doctors Wife (Fixed)

    Tin Dog Podcast

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    05:46 (GMT) - 19 May 2011

    "The Doctor's Wife" is the fourth episode of the sixth series of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was broadcast on 14 May 2011, written by Neil Gaiman.[2] Contents [hide] 1 Plot 1.1 Synopsis 1.2 Continuity 2 Production 2.1 Writing 2.2 Casting 2.3 Filming 3 Broadcast and reception 4 References 5 External links [edit] Plot [edit] Synopsis While in deep space, the Doctor, Amy and Rory receive a hypercube containing a distress call from a Time Lord. Tracing the source of the call to a rift leading outside the universe, the Doctor deletes part of his TARDIS to generate enough energy to cross through the rift. After landing in a junkyard on a solitary asteroid, the TARDIS shuts down and its matrix suddenly disappears. The three explore, and meet the strange inhabitants, Uncle, Auntie, a green eyed Ood called Nephew and an excited young woman named Idris who fawns all over, and then bites, the Doctor. While Uncle and Auntie lock up Idris, and Amy and Rory return to the TARDIS, the Doctor follows the distress signal and finds a cabinet containing a large number of hypercubes. Upon further investigation of Uncle and Auntie, he finds they are constructed of body parts from other beings, including Time Lords. They are controlled by the asteroid, called House, which is sentient and able to interface with other technology around it. House led the Doctor there and ripped out the TARDIS' matrix, initially in order to consume its Artron energy, but upon learning that the Doctor is the last Time Lord and that no more TARDISes will ever arrive, decides to transfer itself into the TARDIS and escape from the rift. Amy and Rory are trapped inside as the House-controlled TARDIS dematerialises. The Doctor learns that Idris contains the personality of the TARDIS' matrix. Idris, as the TARDIS, and the Doctor come to realise they selected each other hundreds of years prior when the Doctor fled Gallifrey, and have a personal chat. Without House's support, Uncle and Auntie die. Idris reveals that House had stranded many TARDISes before on the planet, and that this universe only has hours left before it collapses, and that Idris' body only has a short time before it also will fail. The Doctor and Idris work together to construct a makeshift TARDIS from scraps, and then pursue House. Aboard the Doctor's TARDIS, House threatens to kill Amy and Rory. He plays with their senses as they try to flee through the corridors, then sends Nephew after them. Idris makes a psychic connection with Rory to give him directions to a secondary control room, where he and Amy are able to lower the TARDIS shields without House's interference. This allows the Doctor to land the makeshift console in the secondary control room, which atomises Nephew. House deletes the secondary control room as he prepares to break through the rift, which the Doctor anticipates. The TARDIS safety protocols transfer them to the main control room, where the dying Idris releases the TARDIS matrix back to where it belongs, deleting House from the TARDIS machine. As the Doctor, Amy, and Rory recover, a remnant of the TARDIS matrix, still in Idris' body, sadly comments she will not be able to communicate with the Doctor after this but will be there for him. Idris' body disappears as the TARDIS matrix is fully restored. The Doctor installs a security field around the matrix to prevent it from being compromised in the future. Rory asks the Doctor about some of Idris' final words—"The only water in the forest is the river"—but the Doctor doesn't understand. After Amy and Rory leave to find a new bedroom, their original purged by House, the Doctor talks to the TARDIS, and, in response, a nearby lever moves on its own, sending the TARDIS to its next destination. [edit] Continuity This section may contain previously unpublished synthesis of published material that conveys ideas not attributable to the original sources. See the talk page for details. (May 2011) This section describes a work or element of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. Please help rewrite it to explain the fiction more clearly and provide non-fictional perspective. (May 2011) "The Doctor's Wife" revisits many mythology elements regarding the Doctor and the TARDIS established from the original run of the show and continued into the new series. Idris, as the TARDIS, affirms that the Doctor left with her, a type 40 TARDIS, to flee Gallifrey more than 700 years ago, and the TARDIS' history of unreliability is explained as her taking the Doctor not where he wants to go, but where he needs to go. The Doctor has mentioned that the TARDIS is alive in previous episodes, including in The Five Doctors, and has referred to 'her' as "old girl" many times, and as "sexy" occasionally in his Eleventh incarnation, both of which Idris indicates she likes. The Doctor refers to altering the control room's appearance as changing the desktop, as the Fifth Doctor does in "Time Crash". Like the Third Doctor in Inferno, the Doctor and Idris operate a TARDIS control panel outside of an outer TARDIS shell. The Doctor also jettisons TARDIS rooms to create thrust, as in Logopolis and Castrovalva. The TARDIS is mentioned to have retained an archive of previous control rooms unbeknownst to the Doctor, including many he has yet to create; the one shown in this episode is the design featured between "Rose" and "The Eleventh Hour", used by the Ninth and Tenth Doctors. When speaking of his fellow Time Lord the Corsair, the Doctor implies that Time Lords can change gender on regeneration. The Doctor admits he killed all of the Time Lords, alluding to the events of the Time War and The End of Time. In The War Games, the Second Doctor contacted the Time Lords using a cube similar to those seen in this episode. The Doctor suggests visiting the Eye of Orion, which is seen in The Five Doctors. The Doctor again refers to himself as "a madman with a box", reprising Amy's and his own description of himself in "The Eleventh Hour". The Ood "Nephew" displays green eyes (indicating, as with the green-lit TARDIS, that he is possessed by House);[3] Oodkind's eyes also changed colour in "The Impossible Planet" / "The Satan Pit" and "Planet of the Ood". Alluding to the Ood controlled by the Beast in the former episodes, the Doctor refers to Nephew as "another Ood I failed to save." The Doctor states that the Corsair always put a tattoo of a snake eating its own tail on each of his new bodies; the tattoo is on the left arm of his final body, being worn by Auntie. The Third Doctor's body came complete with a snake tattoo on his left arm, as shown when he showers in Spearhead from Space. [edit] Production [edit] Writing "The Doctor's Wife" is Neil Gaiman's (pictured) first contribution to Doctor Who. The episode was written by Neil Gaiman. After Steven Moffat replaced Russell T Davies as the showrunner of Doctor Who, being a fan of Gaiman's blog, Moffat met with Gaiman and Gaiman asked to write an episode. In an interview Gaiman stated "I came up with something that was one of those things where you thought that nobody's done that before."[4] The episode was originally titled "The House of Nothing".[5] Gaiman suggested they make an episode which centres on the TARDIS itself, which was not done before for the entire series since it began in 1963. The central idea was a "what if" scenario to see what would happen if the Doctor and the TARDIS got to talk together. Head writer Steven Moffat liked the idea of featuring the TARDIS as a woman, believing this to be the "ultimate love story" for the Doctor.[6] Gaiman began writing the episode before Matt Smith was even cast as the Eleventh Doctor; Gaiman envisaged David Tennant's performance in the first draft, knowing Smith would play the Doctor differently. Despite this he had no issue writing the dialogue. The episode was originally slated for the eleventh episode of the fifth series. However, it was delayed to the sixth because of budget issues; the eleventh episode would be replaced with "The Lodger".[4] Even so, Gaiman was forced to operate with less money than he would have liked; for instance, he had to scrap a scene set in the TARDIS' swimming pool.[7] The move to the sixth series also meant Gaiman had to include Rory, who ceased to exist in the original slot in the fifth series. With Rory included, Gaiman had to "reshape" much of the second half of the episode, featuring Amy being on the run in the TARDIS. In the original draft where Amy was the only companion, Gaiman added a "heartbreaking monologue" by the character, further stating "you get to see what it's like to be the companion from the companion's point of view, and she got to talk about essentially in that version how sad it is, in some ways. One day something will happen to her, she'll get married, she'll get eaten by monsters, she'll die, she'll get sick of this, but he'll go on forever."[4] At a certain point, Gaiman had tired of re-writing drafts and asked Steven Moffat for help. Moffat wrote in what Gaiman called "several of [the episode's] best lines" and rapidly rewrote several scenes when budget problems harmed filming locations.[8] [edit] Casting In September 2010, Suranne Jones announced she was cast a guest spot on Doctor Who as Idris for an episode of the sixth series of Doctor Who. Jones previously played Mona Lisa in The Sarah Jane Adventures episode Mona Lisa's Revenge.[9] Sometime after appearing on The Sarah Jane Adventures, Jones was contacted to appear on Doctor Who at Gaiman's request, because they were looking for an actress who "is odd; beautiful but strange looking, and quite funny."[10] Moffat meanwhile described Idris as "sexy plus motherly plus utterly mad plus serene."[6] During a read-through of the script, the producers asked her to "neutralise [her] a bit," because they did not want Jones to "be a Northerner" or have a standard accent, but to act "kinda like the Doctor."[10] Later, in March 2011, Gaiman confirmed Michael Sheen would also guest star in the episode to voice a character.[11] Adrian Schiller previously appeared in the Eighth Doctor audio drama Time Works where he played Zanith.[12] [edit] Filming It was planned as the third episode in the 2011 series but the order was changed during the production process.[13] Filming took place in August 2010,[5] although during a 10 October 2010 appearance on Daybreak, guest star Suranne Jones stated that she had been filming green screen special effects only the night before.[14] The scenes where Amy and Rory are on the run allowed the audience to explore the TARDIS outside the control room, something the producers had wanted to do for a while. A series of corridors was constructed and retained for future use. [15] The episode also featured the return of the older TARDIS control room from the Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant era. Gaiman had originally wanted to reconstruct a console room from the original series, but the cost proved prohibitive. [16] The set was retained after filming for "The Eleventh Hour", but has since been removed.[17] Arthur Darvill noted the floor of the older set had a cheese grater-like quality to it, so when the scene called for the cast to fall on it, they found it uncomfortable to stay down for a long period of time.[6] "The Doctor's Wife" features a make-shift TARDIS console, which was piloted by the Doctor and Idris. The console was designed by Susannah Leah, a schoolgirl from Todmorden, who won a competition on Blue Peter, a children's creative arts program, that challenged its viewers to imagine a TARDIS console based on household objects.[18][19] Leah's design was selected by Moffat, Edward Thomas, a production designer for Doctor Who, and Tim Levell, a Blue Peter editor, along with final input amoung the three age-group winners from Smith.[19] Michael Pickward, the production designer for the series, commented that Leah's design captured the nature of "bits and pieces" of what TARDIS consoles have been in the past, as well as the nature of the makeshift console needed for this episode.[19] The drawing was redesigned faithfully by the production team into the prop for the show, including the use of a coat hanger to start the makeshift TARDIS.[19] Leah was brought by Blue Peter to see both the set under construction and on location during filming of the makeshift TARDIS scenes, meeting Smith and the other actors and production crew.[19] Character Options will release a toy playset based on Leah's console later in 2011.[19] The House planetoid in the pocket universe was filmed on location at a quarry outside Cardiff.[6] [edit] Broadcast and reception After its original broadcast, "The Doctor's Wife" received overnight figures of 6.09 million viewers, with a 29.5 per cent audience share. It became the third highest broadcast of the night, behind Britain's Got Talent on ITV1, and the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest, which was shown later on BBC One.[20] The episode recieved a final BARB rating of 7.97 million with an audience share of 34.7%.[21] The episode was positively received. The Guardian's Dan Martin said: "With so many wild ideas at play, this would have been so easy to get wrong...yet in every sense it was pitched perfectly".[22] The AV Club gave the episode a score of "A", saying it was a "pretty terrific [episode]...a brisk, scary, inventive adventure filled with clever concepts and witty dialogue. And a lot of heart when in the way it deals with an important relationship rarely addressed on the series".[23] [edit] References ^ "Matt Smith Video and New Series Overview". BBC. Retrieved 5 May 2011. ^ "Doctor Who: The Doctor's Wife". Radio Times. 4 May 2011. Retrieved 4 May 2011. ^ "Monsters: The Ood". BBC. Retrieved 2011-05-18. ^ a b c Brew, Simon (9 May 2011). "Neil Gaiman interview: all about writing Doctor Who". Den of Geek. Retrieved 16 May 2011. ^ a b Masters, Tim (24 May 2010). "Neil Gaiman reveals power of writing Doctor Who". BBC News. Retrieved 6 May 2011. ^ a b c d "Bigger on the Inside". Doctor Who Confidential. BBC. BBC Three. 14 May 2011. No. 4, series 6. ^ Martin, Dan (14 May 2010). "Doctor Who: The Doctor's Wife – Series 32, episode 4" (in English). The Guardian. Retrieved 15 May 2011. ^ "Adventures in the Screen Trade". Neil Gaiman. 2011-05-17. Retrieved 2011-05-21. ^ Jeffery, Morgan (23 September 2010). "Suranne Jones cast in 'Doctor Who'". Digital Spy. Retrieved 15 May 2011. ^ a b Martin, Will (14 May 2011). "Suranne Jones ('Doctor Who') interview". Cult Box. Retrieved 20 May 2011. ^ James, Richard (21 March 2011). "Michael Sheen to appear in new series of Doctor Who". Metro (Associated Newspapers). Retrieved 20 May 2011. ^ "Doctor Who - Time Works". Big Finish. Retrieved 15 May 2011. ^ "Episodes shuffle for the 2011 series...". Doctor Who Magazine (430): 7. 9 Feb 2011 (cover date). ^ "Broadcast of 10 October 2010". Daybreak. ITV. ITV. 10 October 2010. ; YouTube video, accessed 20 May 2011. ^ http://www.guardian.co.uk/tv-and-radio/tvandradioblog/2011/may/16/neil-gaiman-doctor-who-doctors-wife?commentpage=1#comment-10775927 ^ http://www.guardian.co.uk/tv-and-radio/tvandradioblog/2011/may/16/neil-gaiman-doctor-who-doctors-wife?commentpage=1#comment-10775927 ^ "Coming to America". Doctor Who Confidential. BBC. BBC Three. 23 April 2011. No. 1, series 6. ^ "Blue Peter awaits for our Susannah". Todmorden News. 5 May 2011. Retrieved 18 May 2011. ^ a b c d e f "TARDIS Console Competition". Presenters: Helen Skelton,Barney Harwood, and Andy Akinwolere. Blue Peter. BBC. 10 May 2011. ^ Millar, Paul (15 May 2011). "Eurovision TV ratings reaches 11-year high". Digital Spy. Retrieved 15 May 2011. ^ "Final BARB-Rating". Broadcasters' Audience Research Board. BARB. 9 May 2011. Retrieved 9 May 2011. ^ "Doctor Who: The Doctor's Wife – Series 32, episode 4". The Guardian. 2011-05-14. Retrieved 2011-05-21. ^ "The Doctor's Wife". 2011-05-14. Retrieved 2011-05-21.


  • Podshock

    245 - Doctor Who: Podshock

    Podshock

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    00:26 (GMT) - 19 May 2011

    Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 245
    Running time: 1:08:33

    We review Doctor Who: The Curse of the Black Spot live over the net with live listener feedback.

    Hosted by Louis Trapani, Dave Cooper and Taras Hnatyshyn.

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

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

    Get the DWP Podcast Companion App for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #195 - BiFi, der Pausensnack

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    16:03 (GMT) - 18 May 2011

    Wahrend ich auf Zeit und einen CoHost fur die Reviews der aktuellen Fernsehfolgen, und ihr auf die entsprechenden Reviews wartet, gibt es heute, als kleinen Happen fur Zwischendurch das Review zu "The Company of Friends" von Big Finish. Obwohl der Cast mit Fabian vor uber einem Jahr aufgenommen wurde, finden sich einigen Themen darin wieder, die gerade heute wieder sehr aktuell sind...


  • US WhoCast

    US WhoCast 047: S6E04 "The Doctor's Wife" Megasode

    US WhoCast

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    16:00 (GMT) - 18 May 2011

    Matt is joined by Agent Donald from the Re-Opening The Xfiles podcast and Anna from The Shelf Life Podcast to discuss S6E04 "The Doctor's Wife". Sections include Episode Discussion, Three Words, Feedback, and Episode Playback Commentary.


  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #195 - BiFi, der Pausensnack

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    15:03 (GMT) - 18 May 2011

    Wahrend ich auf Zeit und einen CoHost fur die Reviews der aktuellen Fernsehfolgen, und ihr auf die entsprechenden Reviews wartet, gibt es heute, als kleinen Happen fur Zwischendurch das Review zu "The Company of Friends" von Big Finish. Obwohl der Cast mit Fabian vor uber einem Jahr aufgenommen wurde, finden sich einigen Themen darin wieder, die gerade heute wieder sehr aktuell sind...


  • The Cultdom Collective

    Commentary: The Doctor's Wife

    The Cultdom Collective

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    09:00 (GMT) - 18 May 2011

    Ian, Mike & daveac are 'In The House' talking all over 'The Doctor's Wife' - Doctor Who Series 6 Episode 4


  • The Cultdom Collective

    Commentary: Dr Who - The Doctor's Wife

    The Cultdom Collective

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    06:00 (GMT) - 18 May 2011

    Ian, Mike & daveac are 'In The House' talking all over 'The Doctor's Wife' - Doctor Who Series 6 Episode 4


  • The Cultdom Collective

    Commentary: Dr Who - The Doctor's Wife

    The Cultdom Collective

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    06:00 (GMT) - 18 May 2011

    Ian, Mike & daveac are 'In The House' talking all over 'The Doctor's Wife' - Doctor Who Series 6 Episode 4


  • Doctor Who: The Raggedy Podcast

    Episode 007: The Curse of the Black Spot/The Doctor's Wife

    Doctor Who: The Raggedy Podcast

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    05:26 (GMT) - 18 May 2011

    It's episode seven! In this one we discuss "The Curse of the Black Spot" and "The Doctor's Wife" (guess which one we liked and which one we didn't). Also, we talk about Steven Moffat's opinion of spoilers, and the many deaths of Rory.



  • Geek Syndicate

    Trailer Trash - Episode 2

    Geek Syndicate

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    03:37 (GMT) - 18 May 2011

    Welcome to a new episode of The Trailer Trash Two. Montoya and Silver Fox watch and discuss the latest trailers for movies coming out. Will they Splash the Cash or will it be Cash in the Trash?
    Trailer Trash Two: Episode 2. This time the boys talk about mutants, a car wrench, vampires, an intergalactic policeman, Indiana Jones' mother and mermaids.
    You can catch all the trailers mentioned on the episode on youtube.


  • Geek Syndicate

    Trailer Trash - Episode 2

    Geek Syndicate

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    02:37 (GMT) - 18 May 2011

    Welcome to a new episode of The Trailer Trash Two. Montoya and Silver Fox watch and discuss the latest trailers for movies coming out. Will they Splash the Cash or will it be Cash in the Trash?
    Trailer Trash Two: Episode 2. This time the boys talk about mutants, a car wrench, vampires, an intergalactic policeman, Indiana Jones’ mother and mermaids.
    You can catch all the trailers mentioned on the episode on youtube.


  • Two-minute Time Lord

    2MTL 209: "A Tear, Doctor?" Quite a Lot, Actually

    Two-minute Time Lord

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    02:14 (GMT) - 18 May 2011

    One of the most fascinating things about "The Doctor's Wife" had little to do with its star writer — it was Matt Smith's excellent performance revealing the complex, powerful emotions buried inside the Eleventh Doctor. For a supposedly "understated" Doctor, Smith's last scene opened up the floodgates…



  • The Pharos Project Podcast

    Pharos Project 50: Neil's House Party

    The Pharos Project Podcast

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    01:55 (GMT) - 18 May 2011

    Join us, as we celebrate making 50 episodes of this crap and go on a mad, drunken ramble through "The Doctor's Wife". Along the way;

    News is newsed, a kazoo is inappropriately fingered, Paul makes a play for the title of "most drunk person ever", Chris is given a new name, breaks are taken for bowel movements, lots of audio feedback is played, and most importantly...

    ...we introduce the 4th Projecteer!

    Twats: @Doctor_Vendetta, @kungfuyoda, @beastmasterpete, @PharosProject

    Friendface: Pharos Projec

    shEmail:pharos.project@yahoo.co.uk

    If you sent in an email or audio file and its not played here, don't worry, it'll be in ep 51.



  • Sound On Sight Podcast

    Doctor Who Podcast Episode 5: 'The Curse of the Black Spot'

    Sound On Sight Podcast

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    22:13 (GMT) - 17 May 2011

    After the shocking events of last week's Day of the Moon, Doctor Who changes gears with the Curse of the Black Spot, a much needed nautical romp on the high seas of 17th century Earth full of blood-thirsty pirates, a mysterious Syren, and far too little screen-time of Amy Pond dressed as a pirate. As a public service to you, our adoring public, Derek, Eric and Lindsay will determine whether or not this episode is all wet. As well, we will arrive at the definitive answer as to whether or not pirate hats are cool.

    Spoilers: they are not.

    Follow Eric Mendoza on Twitter



  • MrTARDIS Reviews

    Doctor Who Review - The Doctor's Wife (2011)

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    20:46 (GMT) - 17 May 2011


    The Doctor receives a distress signal from an old friend. Could there really be another living Time Lord out there? Hopes raised, he follows the signal to a junkyard planet sitting upon a mysterious asteroid in a Bubble universe, populated by a very strange family. The Doctor, Amy and Rory are given the warmest of welcomes by Auntie, Uncle and Nephew. But the beautiful and insane Idris greets them in a more unusual fashion – what is she trying to tell the Doctor? As the Doctor investigates, he unwittingly puts his friends in the gravest danger.Doctor Who belongs to the BBC.


  • Sound On Sight Podcast

    Doctor Who Podcast Episode 5: The Curse of the Black Spot.

    Sound On Sight Podcast

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    20:10 (GMT) - 17 May 2011

    After the shocking events of last week's Day of the Moon, Doctor Who changes gears with the Curse of the Black Spot, a much needed nautical romp on the high seas of 17th century Earth full of blood-thirsty pirates, a mysterious Syren, and far too little screen-time of Amy Pond dressed as a pirate. As a public service to you, our adoring public, Derek, Eric and Lindsay will determine whether or not this episode is all wet. As well, we will arrive at the definitive answer as to whether or not pirate hats are cool. Spoilers: they are not.


  • The Unearthly Child Podcast

    035 - The Unearthly Child Podcast: The Doctor's Wife

    The Unearthly Child Podcast

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    20:00 (GMT) - 17 May 2011

    A controversial title led to a brilliant episode this week as I review "The Doctor's Wife".
    Links

    • Email unearthlychildpodcast@gmail.com
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    • Doctor Who News Page
    • Elisabeth Sladen Memorial JustGiving donation page



  • The Doctor Who Podcast

    The Doctor Who Podcast Episode #79: Review - The Doctor's Wife

    The Doctor Who Podcast

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    11:00 (GMT) - 17 May 2011

    Roll up roll up, what is my bid for this lovely bit of merchandise? The Doctor’s wife – only 52.7 trillion miles on her, and doesn’t she look good? Looks like she just stepped out of the showroom! See over there, the Doctor Who Podcast review team ready to cast their appraisal over this fine [...]


  • Doctor Whocast

    4: The Doctor's Wife | Doctor Who Cast | Doctor Who Podcast

    Doctor Whocast

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    01:55 (GMT) - 17 May 2011

    Doctor Who Cast Episode 4: The Doctor's Wife

    The time has finally come! We've waited patiently all week to discuss in-depth episode 4 of Series 6 of Doctor Who, "The Doctor's Wife," penned by the wondrous and amazing Neil Gaiman. This week we are missing our compadre BJ Jackson, but are joined by the lovely (and British!) Jacqui Turner to discuss this monumental episode. Bobby, Brian, Nancy and Jacqui go over their thoughts on the show, as well as read an excerpt from a fan-submitted review, a whole bunch of tweets and try to theorize the mysterious words spoken to Rory at the episode's conclusion. So to those faithfully following or to those catching us anew, sit back, relax, and enjoy Doctor Whocast, the only podcast that also travels in time!



  • Traveling the Vortex

    Episode 20 - The Doctor's Divorce

    Traveling the Vortex

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    00:09 (GMT) - 17 May 2011

    Grab those BINGO cards!

    This week we review the fan filled story, The Doctor’s Wife.

    But first a review of the fourth installment of our ongoing ‘Seven Weeks for Seven Doctors’ series with the Fourth Doctor story, Pyramids of Mars.

    The challenge continues with lots of listener feedback as well. We love all the attention!

    BINGO!



  • The Omega Podcast

    The Omega Podcast Episode 1-48.5: The Doctor's Wife Spoilers Review

    The Omega Podcast

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    14:09 (GMT) - 16 May 2011



  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 176: Mane... Manaq.... Auton Box Set

    Tin Dog Podcast

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    12:09 (GMT) - 16 May 2011

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  • The Naked Scarf

    Dalek (with a head full of kittens and porn).

    The Naked Scarf

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    06:56 (GMT) - 16 May 2011

    In this episode we tackle the Ninth Doctor’s first on-screen encounter with the most iconic of Dr Who enemies. Andi reveals her strange taste in imaginary pets and Adam wonders if this should have truly been the last Dalek story.




  • Telos AM

    Ep. 4: Guest hosts, ghost houses, and other stories

    Telos AM

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    05:10 (GMT) - 16 May 2011

    Lindsey, Nick, and Alex are joined by their first guest this week, the lovely Soph! 

    Join the intrepid four as they traverse the wonders of Neil Gaiman's first (but hopefully not last) episode of Doctor Who, 'The Doctor's Wife." The team dash around a conversation that embraces topics as diverse as Judge Dredd, Gargoyles, and the fashion of Jon Pertwee.

    Will Alex go off into another pointless digression? Will Nick get spoiled? Will Lindsey hate on stuff? Find out in this latest exciting episode of Telos AM!

    This week's song is 'I'm Not Afraid' by O. You can find this song and more at www.myspace.com/basementbedroommusic



  • Hoo on Who

    Episode 38 - The Armageddon Factor

    Hoo on Who

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    20:42 (GMT) - 15 May 2011

    The Hooies read listener feedback emails, discuss the final chapter in the Key to Time series, The Armageddon Factor, and review the DVD extras in the Special Edition boxed set from 2Entertain. Marty's High Speed Review of New Who returns in this episode, they boys are joined once again by Dr. Phill, who showcases the music of Dudley Simpson. David discusses their upcoming trip to Timegate in Atlanta, and also sends a shout out to listeners to pick up the new book, The Devil and the Darning Needle by David Scott Lillis on Amazon. Available at : http://www.amazon.com/Devil-Darning-Needle-David-Lillis/dp/1461063264/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s;=books&qid;=1305491407&sr;=1-1



  • Hoo on Who

    Episode 38 - The Armageddon Factor

    Hoo on Who

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    19:42 (GMT) - 15 May 2011

    The Hooies read listener feedback emails, discuss the final chapter in the Key to Time series, The Armageddon Factor, and review the DVD extras in the Special Edition boxed set from 2Entertain.  Marty's High Speed Review of New Who returns in this episode, they boys are joined once again by Dr. Phill, who showcases the music of Dudley Simpson.  David discusses their upcoming trip to Timegate in Atlanta, and also sends a shout out to listeners to pick up the new book, The Devil and the Darning Needle by David Scott Lillis on Amazon.  Available at : http://www.amazon.com/Devil-Darning-Needle-David-Lillis/dp/1461063264/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1305491407&sr=1-1



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #254 - Trouble and Strife

    Radio Free Skaro

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    18:32 (GMT) - 15 May 2011

    In one of most keenly anticipated Doctor Who episode in some time, legendary fantasy writer Neil Gaiman finally got the keys to the TARDIS and presented us with gloriously affectionate love letter to Doctor Who, the series that he has adored since before time itself. The Doctor's Wife was one of the more unique stories ever presented, yet its heart (or hearts) was in the right place. What did The Three Who Rule think, you may well ask? Listen in to find out...

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



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #254 - Trouble and Strife

    Radio Free Skaro

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    17:32 (GMT) - 15 May 2011

    In one of most keenly anticipated Doctor Who episode in some time, legendary fantasy writer Neil Gaiman finally got the keys to the TARDIS and presented us with gloriously affectionate love letter to Doctor Who, the series that he has adored since before time itself. The Doctor’s Wife was one of the more unique stories ever presented, yet its heart (or hearts) was in the right place. What did The Three Who Rule think, you may well ask? Listen in to find out…

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



  • US WhoCast

    US WhoCast 046: Initial Reactions to S6E04 "The Doctor's Wife"

    US WhoCast

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    15:00 (GMT) - 15 May 2011

    Matt is joined by the Hurricane of feedback Len Ramsey (http://twitter.com/lenramsey) to discuss their initial reactions to "The Doctor's Wife".


  • Adventures in Time Space and Music

    Episode 21 - Alistair Lock Unbound - Part I - Alistair Lock Interview Part I

    Adventures in Time Space and Music

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    15:00 (GMT) - 15 May 2011

    In this episode we'll be featuring the first part in a series focusing on the work of Big Finish Doctor Who composer and sound designer Alistair Lock, recorded the 6th of December, 2010.


  • Bigger on the Inside

    Bigger on the Inside - Episode 64

    Bigger on the Inside

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    14:30 (GMT) - 15 May 2011

    Beginning the three-part E-Space trilogy is "Full Circle," in which a group of humanoids are on the run from Marshmen, but little does anyone know the true secret of the aquatic aliens. Then The Doctor and Romana put an end to the Time Lord / Vampire war in "State of Decay." At the top of the show, however, Dan discusses his issues with "Day of the Moon," and Mike his problems with "The Curse of the Black Spot." And throughout the show, the duo eviscerate The Doctor's newest companion: Adric.


  • Adventures in Time Space and Music

    Episode 21 - Alistair Lock Unbound - Part I - Alistair Lock Interview Part I

    Adventures in Time Space and Music

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    14:00 (GMT) - 15 May 2011

    In this episode we'll be featuring the first part in a series focusing on the work of Big Finish Doctor Who composer and sound designer Alistair Lock, recorded the 6th of December, 2010.




  • Staggering Stories Podcast

    Staggering Stories Podcast #106: The Curse of the Mild Mannered Silence

    Staggering Stories Podcast

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    09:47 (GMT) - 15 May 2011

    Summary:
    Adam J Purcell, Andy Simpkins, Fake Keith and the Real Keith Dunn talk about the new Doctor Who episodes Day of the Moon and The Curse of the Black Spot, find some general news, and a variety of other stuff, specifically:

    • 00:00 – Intro and theme tune.
    • 01:22 — Welcome!
    • 01:58 – News:
    • 02:06 — Doctor Who: The Impossible Astronaut ratings were excellent.
    • 04:53 — BAFTA Nominations: Matt Smith for Doctor Who and other nominations for Misfits, Being Human and Sherlock.
    • 06:00 — Primeval: Back on UK screens, on cable channel Watch, on May 24th 2011.
    • 06:20 — Sarah Jane Adventures: No new episodes to be shot but existing unaired ones will be screened.
    • 07:50 — William Shatner: The Shat is going to dramatically interpret classic rock music.
    • 11:59 — Misfits: New character, Rudy, is to be played by Joe Gilgun.
    • 13:29 – Doctor Who: Day of the Moon.
    • 35:55 – Doctor Who: The Curse of the Black Spot.
    • 50:28 – 30 Second Recommendation: Staggering Stories.
    • 51:29 – Emails and listener feedback.* Hit us yourself atA show@StaggeringStories.net
    • 95:33 – Farewell for this podcast!
    • 96:16 — End theme, disclaimer, copyright, etc.

    Vital Links:

    • Staggering Stories.
    • Staggering Stories: Podcast Drinking Game, Fifth edition.
    • BBC: Doctor Who.
    • BBC: Doctor Who – The Impossible Astronaut.
    • BAFTA.
    • Watch: Primeval.
    • BBC: The Sarah Jane Adventures.
    • William Shatner.
    • E4: Misfits.
    • BBC: Doctor Who – Day of the Moon.
    • BBC: Doctor Who – The Curse of the Black Spot.
    • The Minute Doctor Who Podcast.
    • ‘Who’ – Is The Man Cast.
    • Doctor Who Podcast Alliance.
    • Facebook: Staggering Stories Group.
    • Twitter: Adam J Purcell.


  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE99 - Dr Who 'The Doctor's Wife' Review

    The Cultdom Collective

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    09:15 (GMT) - 15 May 2011

    Review of 'The Doctor's Wife' Series 6 Episode 4


  • Dirty WHOers's Podcast

    Dirty WHOers 026

    Dirty WHOers's Podcast

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    07:00 (GMT) - 15 May 2011

    Our review of Impossible Astronaught & Day of the Moon, over cocktails.


 
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