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Traveling the Vortex

Traveling the Vortex
Description:
A podcast dedicated to the show Doctor Who with a perspective from two Midwest United States fans, and one person being introduced to the Doctor for the first time.

Homepage: http://travelingthevortex.com/

RSS Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/travelvortex?format=xml

Traveling the Vortex Statistics
Episodes:
388
Average Episode Duration:
1:31:10
Longest Episode Duration:
3:39:04
Total Duration of all Episodes:
24 days, 13 hours, 31 minutes and 35 seconds
Earliest Episode:
18 June 2017 (2:12pm GMT)
Latest Episode:
12 June 2017 (1:43pm GMT)
Average Time Between Episodes:
6 days, 1 hour, 18 minutes and 48 seconds

Traveling the Vortex Episodes

  • Episode 38 - Hotel California

    19 September 2011 (4:53pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 hours, 16 minutes and 24 seconds

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    “You can checkout any time you like,
    But you can never leave!”

    This week we “check in” to the latest episode of Series Six with a review of The God Complex. But, before that, it’s medieval sword play, colorful costumes, and robot impostors, oh… and our review of The Androids of Tara, the fourth part to the Key to Time series.

    And as usual, news and your feedback. Enjoy!

    Mentioned in this weeks show:

    Star Wars on Blu Ray

    Hoo on Who



  • Episode 37 - New and Improved!

    12 September 2011 (4:26pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 36 minutes and 28 seconds

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    Here we are this week, and as the title suggests, we are new and improved. Or, perhaps we should just say cleaner and clearer?

    This week we continue our review of the Key to Time series with The Stones of Blood. Then the most recent installment of series six with The Girl Who Waited. Hopefully you won’t have to.

    Links mentioned in this week’s show:

    GQ.com – Matt Smith’s Most Stylish DJ

    Doctor Who: Re-Incarnated



  • Episode 36 - Don't Panic!

    5 September 2011 (3:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 hours, 18 minutes and 26 seconds

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    “A plank. The theory is very simple: You walk along it. At the end, you fall off. Drop one thousand feet… dead.”

    In this week’s episode we review the next installment in The Key To Time series – The Pirate Planet as well as the newest Eleventh Doctor outing with Night Terrors.

    Links mentioned in the week’s show:

    Doctor Who: Re-Incarnated

    Dragon*Con 2011: Sylvester McCoy Reads From ‘The Pandorica Opens’

    Doctor Who: Adventures in Time, Space, and Music

    Wikipedia – Doctorate



  • Episode 35 - Of Tyrants and Dictators

    29 August 2011 (8:12pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 hours, 5 minutes and 15 seconds

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    Back again right on the heels of the return of Series Six. This week we review Let’s Kill Hitler, and then head back through the vortex for a review of the first story in the Key to Time series – The Ribos Operation.

    And of course we have your feedback and I’m sure we got off on a number of tangents this week so enjoy!

    Links mentioned in the show:

    Big Finish

    *I’m pretty sure the Big Finish Audio that featured the “black rectangular hole” chasing the Tardis (the time scoop, from “The Five Doctors”) was within the second season of the Paul McGann 8th Doctor Adventures. I belive it was episode 2.7 “Sisters Of The Flame”, but bewarned! This is the first of a THREE PART story arc, which continues in the season 2 finale 2.8 “Vengenance Of Morbius” and the season three premier, 3.1 “Orbis”. A fantastic tale, but does feature some characters from previous 8th Doctor audio adventures. – Shaun



  • Episode 34 - Goo Goo G'Joob

    22 August 2011 (12:59pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 hours, 11 minutes and 20 seconds

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    Third Doctor: Jo, it’s all quite simple – I am he and he is me!
    Jo Grant: And we are all together, goo goo g’joob?

    In this week’s episode we review four multi-Doctor stories, starting with the classic Third Doctor story, The Three Doctors. We follow that up with the less then stellar, The Two Doctors, and then the absolutely superb mini-episode, Time Crash. And to round things out, we talk a little about the multi-Doctor extravaganza, Dimensions in Time.

    Oh, and of course news and your feedback! Enjoy!

    Links mentioned in this episode:

    The Ten Doctors PART 1 – by Babelcolour
    The Ten Doctors PART 2 – by Babelcolour

    2MTL 66: Animating Classic Doctors

    “Excusive” KC 48 hr Film Project



  • Episode 33 - The Episode Of Rassilon

    15 August 2011 (4:53pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 32 minutes and 57 seconds

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    Here it is, and back on time this week. Recorded from our new studio digs (or in other word’s Shaun and Keith’s place) is this week’s show. This time, we review The Five Doctors.

    Not much news going on this week, well of course with the exception of Keith moving in with Shaun, and now I only have a 2 minute commute as opposed to a 20 minute commute to record on Sunday. Can you tell how happy I am that Keith moved?

    Also, your feedback!

    * The Retraction Of Rassilon: Wanting to stem the flow of corrections early, we got into a bit of a quagmire over the name of Patrick Troughton’s son in this episode. Turns out he has 2, David Troughton is an actor who, among other credits played King Peladon in “The Curse Of Peladon” and his younger brother Michael Troughton is currently at work on a biography of his late father due out in November.



  • Episode 32 - Everything Changes

    10 August 2011 (1:28pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 53 minutes and 5 seconds

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    Rested and rejuvenated, Shaun is back from vacation, and we were able to finally sit down and record another episode of Traveling the Vortex.

    This week, a change of pace in the Doctor Who universe, as we take a look back at season 1 of the spin-off series, Torchwood.

    Also, Shaun recounts his trip to Omaha, reaction to the new trailer and posters, and of course you feedback,

    Enjoy!

    Links mentioned in this show:

    Strategic Air and Space Museum
    Doctor Who: The Ten Doctors

    Opening theme for this week’s show is “borrowed” from TopherJ316, who’s Torchwood Theme 8-bit version can be found on youtube.com



  • Episode 31 - Passing the Time On Planes

    1 August 2011 (4:41pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 hours, 2 minutes and 44 seconds

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    In this week’s episode we wrap up our review of Series 3 featuring the Tenth Doctor and Martha, with Infinite Quest, Utopia, The Sound of Drums, and Last of the Time Lords.

    Also, some speculation on our part on the possibility of another multi-doctor story in 2013, Glenn recounts his proud moments about his daughters first real roller coaster ride, and of course your feedback. By the way, we’d like to apologize for the length of this episode, however, we have one fan who is going to be especially thankful for it. Have a safe trip, Alex!

    Links mentioned in the show:

    Zambezi Zinger (on Wikipedia)

    Battleship – The Movie



  • Episode 30 - Oh, the Whomanity!

    26 July 2011 (9:14pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 hours, 37 minutes and 30 seconds

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    Big news this week, we have a return date for Series 6.5! In this week's episode well discuss that and the new trailer that was released this weekend at San Diego Comic Con.

    Also, our Adversary Archive: The Master, featuring reviews of The Claws of Axos, The Deadly Assassin, Survival, and Scream of the Shalka. And of course, your feed back!

    Oh, and Glenn's ONE problem with the Back to the Future trilogy? Listen to find out.

    Links mentioned in the show:

    Lost Comic Con Scene
    Baskin Robbins

    Image by Mark Lee



  • Episode 29 - We Are Family

    18 July 2011 (2:27pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 37 minutes and 46 seconds

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    What could possibly come between a match made in heaven? The parents. Dinner. And a nightclub called… oh wait… that’s not right.

    Here we go. In this week’s episode, we review three more Tenth Doctor stories, starting with 42. Then we tackle the exciting Paul Cornell two-part story Human Nature and Family of Blood.

    Also, Doctor Who Facebook news and of course, your feedback.

    Enjoy!

    Links mentioned in this episode:

    Doctor Who videos on Facebook

    Doctor Who – The Journal of Impossible Things with The Master’s Ring at Amazon.com

    Doctor Who: Scream of the Shalka (webcast)

    Doctor Who: The Feast of the Stone (short story)



  • Episode 28 - Poor Fuel Economy Hybrids

    11 July 2011 (3:52pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 hours, 0 minutes and 50 seconds

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    This week’s episode is a review of the Tenth Doctor stories, Daleks in Manhattan, Evolution of the Daleks, and The Lazarus Experiment.

    Also, Torchwood: Miracle Day impressions from Keith, a Gallifrey 23 update, and Doctor Who cast at San Diego Comic Con.

    And, of course, your feedback.

    Links mentioned in the show:

    Doug H. – Berkeley Square’s entry in to the 2011 Wild West Film Fest

    cj’s notebook – Pictures of her new niece

    Gallifrey 2012 | Gallifrey One’s Network 23

    As always, enjoy!



  • Episode 27 - Independence of the Daleks

    5 July 2011 (3:32pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 58 minutes and 19 seconds

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    After a few days off for the holiday, we’ve returned with our latest episode.

    In this Adversary Archive: The Daleks 2.0 (or as Shaun considers it Davros 1.0) we review Genesis of the Daleks, and Destiny of the Daleks.

    Also, in this episode an update on this weeks Friday Night Who – or Friday Night Who: Thursday Edition.

    And of course, your feedback.

    Links in this show:

    A history of the Dalek props in Doctor Who from ’63 to ’88



  • Episode 26 - The Vortex Code

    27 June 2011 (9:29pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 31 minutes and 11 seconds

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    Sorry for the delay, the delivery guy showed up late with the files necessary to put together a show. I bet some of you were shouting at your iTunes feed “Them Vortex Boys didn’t really get this thing fixed!” Better late than never though, I always say. And I say it a lot because I am always late.

    Anywho! This weeks episode we review more Tenth Doctor episodes, starting with the Christmas special, The Runaway Bride. Then on to the beginning of Martha Jones tenure as the companion with Smith and Jones, The Shakespeare Code, and Gridlock.

    And Glenn tries to explain the ribbon culture at Galley but here is a link to a site that explains it much better: Ribbons at Gallifrey One Conventions

    Enjoy!



  • Episode 25 - Silver Nemesis II - Electric Boogaloo

    20 June 2011 (4:48pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 27 minutes and 38 seconds

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    Wow! Twenty-five weeks have gone so fast for us here at Traveling the Vortex. And to mark the occasion, we threw a little party! It was a small intimate affair. Just a few close friends. Oh, and the Myrka.

    Anyway, this week we discuss the confusion and over-speculation that is the “No full season in 2012″ rumor.

    Also, we finish reviewing Series 2 with – Fear Her, Army of Ghosts, and Doomsday.

    And finally all of the wonderful feedback that we have received this week from our wonderful listeners.

    Enjoy!



  • Episode 24 - I Was Molested By a Fan Girl in Omaha

    13 June 2011 (3:40pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 42 minutes and 46 seconds

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    Not as long winded this week, another episode is in the can and posted to the feed.

    In this one, we head back to the Tenth Doctor’s era and review The Idiot’s Lantern, The Impossible Planet, The Satan Pit, and everyone’s favorite – Love and Monsters.

    A long bit of insightful feedback, and Keith tells us about his trip to Contagion: Outbreak – Omaha’s Premiere Pop-Culture Expo and Convention.

    Oh, and I should mention, we are much more upbeat and positive in this weeks podcast. Sorry, about last week, I don’t know what happened to our energy.



  • Episode 23 - Good Man and the Indebted Friends

    6 June 2011 (9:06pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 hours, 24 minutes and 51 seconds

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    Once again this week a warning: We are reviewing the latest episode from Series Six to air in the UK, A Good Man Goes To War.

    Also a review of last week’s Friday Night Who and Seven Weeks For Seven Doctors finale – Delta and the Bannermen.

    And of course news and feedback.

    Hope you enjoy!



  • Episode 22 - The Almost Podcast

    30 May 2011 (3:37pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 36 minutes and 20 seconds

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    We call this week’s episode, The Almost Podcast because some listeners will hear almost all of the show before they have to wait another week to hear our review of The Almost People. That’s right, our policy here at Traveling the Vortex is, if it’s aired in the U.K., we’re going to talk about it. So please keep that in mind when listening to this week’s show.

    However, there is still plenty for the North American folks to enjoy. We also review the subject of last week’s Seven Weeks for Seven Doctors, Vengeance on Varos, starring the Sixth Doctor and Peri.

    Surprisingly, there was no actual feedback this week, however, we do read out a couple of comments that are in reaction to BBC America and SPACE’s decision to delay Series Six for one week for the Memorial Day holiday.



  • Episode 21 - Old Enough to Drink

    23 May 2011 (4:36pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 hours, 4 minutes and 11 seconds

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    We start this week off with a congratulations to Steven Moffat on his BAFTA win. Then reaction to North Ameican TV networks, BBC America and SPACE’s decision to delay Series Six one week for the Memorial Day holiday.

    Also, your feedback, including a special poem, by one of our listeners.

    We also chime in on Spoliergate, and the impact spoilers have on the enjoyment of our favorite program as well as our policy on them.

    And two reviews. Up first is a review of the Fifth Doctor story, Black Orchid, followed by this weeks new Series Six episode, The Rebel Flesh.

    And remember, if you subscribed to our podcast through the iTunes store, and you do not receive the show on your feed this week, you WILL need to subscribe through this site.

    Enjoy!



  • Episode 20 - The Doctor's Divorce

    17 May 2011 (12:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 55 minutes and 25 seconds

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    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!



  • Episode 19 - Attack of the Pop Culture References

    10 May 2011 (4:51am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 53 minutes and 38 seconds

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    Better late than never, huh?

    In this episode, we review the Third Doctor story Carnival of Monsters. And then a look at Series Six’s latest installment, The Curse of the Black Spot.

    And as usual, your feedback. (We even had our first Google Voice submission, thanks Muldwych!)

    The show is laden with pop culture references through out, so jot them all down, there may be a pop quiz later!

    Enjoy!

    Link(s) mentioned in the show:
    The Time Meddler’s Blog



  • Episode 18 - Moon River

    2 May 2011 (4:32pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 hours, 21 minutes and 39 seconds

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    Minds thoroughly blown this week, we attempt to review this week’s episode of Doctor Who – Day of the Moon. We’ll explore some wild theories about the time team (some may come true) and share our reaction to the incredible two-parter as a whole.

    Also, our review of the Second Doctor story, The Dominators.

    And of course news and your feedback.

    Enjoy this week’s long winded discussion, it’s the longest one yet. So sorry.



  • Episode 17 - Love and Astronauts

    25 April 2011 (11:58am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 hours, 18 minutes and 10 seconds

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    A double dose of Who this week. First a review of the classic First Doctor story, The Aztecs. Then the episode we have been waiting for months, The Impossible Astronaut.

    Also, a look back on the life of Elisabeth Sladen, our Sarah Jane Smith.

    And of course, your feedback.

    Plus, please note, we are still in the process of moving our iTunes feed over to our new server. If you fail to get this week’s episode in iTunes, you can subscribe to the show by clicking the subscribe links on the right side of the page. Also, you can go to feeds.feedburner.com/travelvortex to update your subscription options. And you can download a copy of the show right here from this post.

    Enjoy!

    Links mentioned in the show;

    Cyberman Bob by Mark Lee.



  • Episode 16 - You Will Join Us

    18 April 2011 (2:08pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 55 minutes and 49 seconds

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    Adversary Archives: The CybermenA jaunt back in time for three stories in this week’s Adversary Archives: The Cybermen. We review two Second Doctor stories, Tomb of the Cybermen and The Invasion, and the Fifth Doctor story Earthshock.

    And as always, your feedback.

    Mentioned Links:
    http://oi56.tinypic.com/22i81z.jpg
    cj’s notebook



  • Episode 15 - The Rise of Steel

    11 April 2011 (7:06pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes and 55 seconds

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    In this weeks episode, a very special announcement. We are now located on another server. Be sure to visit travelingthevortex.com to see our new home.

    Also this week, Doctor Who Insider hits the stands. Find out what we think of the new publication.

    And of course, our review of School Reunion, Girl in the Fireplace, Rise of the Cybermen, & Age of Steel.



  • Episode 14 - The Girl Next Door

    5 April 2011 (12:25am GMT)
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    This week we embark upon our very first Companion Archive, this time featuring Sarah Jane Smith. We review three of her stories with the Doctor, and her first adventure with K-9.

    Also, reaction to the recent trailers released for Series Six and Torchwood.

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  • Episode 13 - The Doctor Lends a Hand

    29 March 2011 (12:22am GMT)
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    In this weeks episode we’ll discuss the announced release date for Torchwood: Miracle Day.

    Also, a review of the prequel trailer to The Impossible Astronaut.

    And finally a review of the Tenth Doctor’s first few episodes.

    Note: We are having some issues with the server that hosts the podcast for the feed. If you are not able to download this week’s episode you can listen in the player below or download it from here.

    Episode 13 – The Doctor Lends a Hand.mp3



  • Episode 12 - The Oncoming Storm

    22 March 2011 (2:28am GMT)
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    This week we finish our review of Series 1 as we say goodbye to the Ninth Doctor and Christopher Eccleston.

    Also a review of this year’s Red Nose Day Doctor Who special, and a trip back to a past RND special, The Curse of Fatal Death.

    Plus, news and your feedback.

    Show note links.

    Mark’s Ode to the Myrka banner art http://i56.tinypic.com/2h4z31w.png

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  • Episode 11 - Are You Our Mummy?

    15 March 2011 (4:28am GMT)
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    This week we explore four more Ninth Doctor stories, The Long Game, Father’s Day, The Empty Child, and The Doctor Dances.

    Also, more feedback, the gauntlet is thrown down by another listener who says, HE”S our number 1 fan.

    Plus, our reaction to the best news of the year, the launch date for Series 6, not for the UK, but actually for the U.S.

    Hope you enjoy!

    Show note links:
    DoctorWho:ReincarnatedPublications – www.doctorwho-reincarnated.yolasite.com

    cj’s notebook – http://cjsnotebook5.blogspot.com

    Entertainment Weekly – http://insidetv.ew.com/2011/03/09/doctor-who-premiere-date/

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  • Episode 10 - Exterminate!

    7 March 2011 (11:48pm GMT)
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    This week's episode is so "bowtie". We have feedback from Traveling the Vortex's (self-proclaimed) Number One Fan. Do you agree?

    Also, reaction to two recent casting announcements for Torchwood: Miracle Day, here's a hint to one, "Who you gonna call?"

    And in this week's Adversary Archive, we're talking about three stories involving the Doctor's number one enemy... The Daleks. A review of The Daleks, The Daleks Invasion of Earth, and Dalek.

    Plus, a report from Draculasaurus, who visited this year's Doctor Who convention – Gallifrey One’s Catch 22: Islands of Mystery.

    Links mentioned in this week's show:
    DoctorWho:ReincarnatedPublications – www.doctorwho-reincarnated.yolasite.com
    Gallifrey One – http://gallifreyone.com/
    Draculasaurus – http://www.draculasaurus.com/

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  • Episode 9 - Number Nine

    28 February 2011 (10:33pm GMT)
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    This week we focus on the ninth Doctor stories, The End of the World, The Unquiet Dead, Aliens of London, and World War Three.

    Also a look back on the life of Nicholas Courtney, or as Doctor Who fans best know him Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart. We recall our fondest memories of The Brig.

    And finally we lay out the stories we will review in next week’s podcast for those who might be watching along with us.

    Download: Episode 9 – Number Nine.mp3



  • Episode 8 - John Smith and the Plastic Auton Band

    21 February 2011 (6:58pm GMT)
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    In our second Adversary Archives (first under the brand new title) we take a look back at the Autons. We explore the two Third Doctor episodes, Spearhead From Space and Terror of the Autons. Then a look at the Ninth Doctor story, Rose. And the announcement of our featured villain in our next Adversary Archive.

    Download Episode 8 – John Smith and the Plastic Auton Band.mpg




  • Episode 7 - It's Finally Here!

    16 February 2011 (8:36am GMT)
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    After rescuing the data from near catastrophe, This week’s episode is finally live.

    In this week’s episode, a little gratitude for the kind feedback we’ve gotten recently.

    And, the day North American Doctor Who fans have been waiting for since 1996. We finally get our DVDs for a review of Doctor Who – The Movie.

    Be sure to check it out!

    Download Episode 7 – It’s Finally Here.mpg



  • Episode 6 - And the Award Goes To...

    7 February 2011 (6:25pm GMT)
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    Episode six is now posted!

    In this weeks episode we talk about Doctor Who’s triumphant win at the SFX Awards last week.

    Also, Traveling the Vortex poet laureate, Shaun reads his masterpiece, Ode to a Myrka.

    And of course we finish series five discussions with a review of Vincent and the Doctor, The Lodger, The Pandorica Opens, and The Big Bang.

    Check the feeds!

    P.S. Watch your ears. Shaun and Glenn both have colds and we were not able to employ the use of a cough button.

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  • Episode 5 - Silurians, Sea Devils, and Myrka, Oh My!

    2 February 2011 (5:49pm GMT)
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    After more technical issues (and as I have discovered, a few user issues) Episode 5 is now on the feeds.

    In this episode, we review three Classic Doctor Who stories, Doctor Who and the Silurians, The Sea Devils, and Wariors of the Deep. We also talk about some new DW related toys. Be sure to send us feedback on this week’s episode. Send feedback to travelingthevortex@gmail.com.

    Download Episode 5 – Silurians, Sea Devils, and Myrka, Oh My.mpg



  • Episode 4 - Tragedy Tomorrow, Comedy Tonight

    25 January 2011 (3:28am GMT)
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    In this episode of Traveling the Vortex, we discuss filming of “Torchwood: Miracle Day” starting in the U.S.

    Also congratulations to David Tennant and Georgia Moffat on their impending new arrivals and wedding date.

    Also in this episode, DVD discussion and plans for a review of some of the classic material.

    Plus a review of “The Vampires of Venice”, “Amy’s Choice”. “The Hungry Earth” and “Cold Blood”. If you’d like to send us feedback you can e-mail us at travelingthevortex@gmail.com, follow us on Twitter – @travelvoretex, friend us on Facebook, or leave a message on our Google Voice number (913) 890-3025. We’d love to hear from you!

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  • Episode 3 - The Angels Have the Podcast!

    17 January 2011 (7:43pm GMT)
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    In this episode Shaun, Keith, and Glenn discuss the Weeping Angels and River Song story arc. We also show our love and appreciation for the writing of Steven Moffat. To send us feedback you can contact us at travelingthevortex@gmail.com, leave a comment on this blog post, or call our Google Voice number at (913)890-3025. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter – @travelvortex.

    Download Episode 3 – The Angels Have the Podcast.mp3



  • Episode 2 - Fishfingers, Beasties, and Daleks!

    9 January 2011 (5:21am GMT)
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    Episode 2 of Traveling the Vortex is now available on the feed!

    This week we talk a bit about Torchwood: Miracle Day, and the Dr. Who YouTube Channel. Keith has watched the first three episodes of Season 5 since then, so we discuss what he and the others thought of them. We round out the episode by discussing how Keith should continue.What do you think? Should he go back and watch Blink, Silence in the Library and Forest of the Dead before continuing on to The Time of Angels and Flesh and Stone? Sound off and let us know!

    If you’d like to leave feedback, you can e-mail us at travelingthevortex@gmail.com. You can also follow us on twitter – @travelvorex, and on Facebook. If you’d like to leave us an audio feedback, we have a Google Voice box as well. The number is 913-890-3025.

    Thanks for listening!

    UPDATE: In this episode we also talked about the opening theme, and that it represents our passion for gaming, particularly from the late 80′s and early 90′s (or the NES years). Giving credit where credit is due, here is a link to composer, ShatteredDreams888′s YouTube channel where the theme comes from. http://www.youtube.com/user/ShatteredDreams888

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  • Episode 1 - A Christmas Carol

    6 January 2011 (8:03am GMT)
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    Episode 1 is now available on the feed!  In this episode we discuss the recently broadcast Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol.  Also an introduction to the hosts, Shaun, Keith, and Glenn.  Hope you enjoy.  By the way, the iTunes feed is not available.  We are still waiting approval from Apple.  We will let you know when it becomes available.

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