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  • The Flashing Blade Podcast

    The Flashing Blade Podcast - 107 - Doctor Who Podcast

    The Flashing Blade Podcast

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    21:53 (GMT) - 4 Sep 2011

    So. Let's Kill Hitler. Bob n Tony have a look at it.... I mean, what could possibly go wrong?

    Well, possibly an American gatecrasher?

    Could there be a new presenter?

    As A Scientist I can say with absolute authority, that we just don't know!



  • Gallicast (Francais)

    Episode #27 : Let's Kill Hitler

    Gallicast (Francais)

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    21:00 (GMT) - 4 Sep 2011

    Le Docteur est de retour, Thomas, Michel et Jonathan aussi, apres des petites vacances au mois d'aout. Mais qu'on t'il pense de "Let's Kill Hitler". Etait il bon ? Mauvais ? Vous le saurez en ecoutant ce Gallicast. attention, il est necessaire d'avoir vus l'episode avant pour comprendre.



  • Articles of the Shadow Proclamation

    Article 22.3: Day 3 at Dragon*Con 2011

    Articles of the Shadow Proclamation

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    20:00 (GMT) - 4 Sep 2011

    In this episode, Scott, Debbie, Nancy, Sacha, and Cathleen report on Day 3 of Dragon*Con 2011. In other news, Scott met Talkie Toaster from Red Dwarf, and Cathleen's iPhone goes rogue! (Please help her find it.)



  • The Omega Podcast

    The Omega Podcast Episode 1-57: Let's Kill Hitler

    The Omega Podcast

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    19:05 (GMT) - 4 Sep 2011



  • The Doctor Who Podcast

    The Doctor Who Podcast Episode #98 - Review of Night Terrors

    The Doctor Who Podcast

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    18:48 (GMT) - 4 Sep 2011

    After checking the front door to make it was locked, leaving a light on and having the phone handy we settled down to watch Night Terrors, a creepy entry into the Season 6 lineup. All three DWP hosts are in the campervan this week - Trevor, James and Tom. Hear what they have to say [...]



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #270 - Dolls Polyphony

    Radio Free Skaro

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    18:41 (GMT) - 4 Sep 2011

    Fear Her, one of the lesser appreciated stories in the Doctor Who oeuvre, isn't a story that the Three Who Rule reasoned (or hoped) would ever be brought up again in Doctor Who, but all three of your intrepid hosts got a distinct Chloe Webber/scribble monster/suburban England vibe from Mark Gatiss's Night Terrors. That isn't to say that they didn't enjoy it, though. Also up for discussion was Episode 9 of Torchwood: Miracle Day, The Gathering, as that series hurdles, or stumbles, to its conclusion next week. All this and the usual dash and sprinkle of news, including the talk of the upcoming UNIT Box Set and some bona fide monumental viewing figures for SPACE in Canada.

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



  • The Doctor Who Podcast

    The Doctor Who Podcast Episode #98 - Review of Night Terrors

    The Doctor Who Podcast

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    17:48 (GMT) - 4 Sep 2011

    After checking the front door to make it was locked, leaving a light on and having the phone handy we settled down to watch Night Terrors, a creepy entry into the Season 6 lineup. All three DWP hosts are in the campervan this week – Trevor, James and Tom. Hear what they have to say [...]


  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #270 - Dolls Polyphony

    Radio Free Skaro

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    17:34 (GMT) - 4 Sep 2011

    Fear Her, one of the lesser appreciated stories in the Doctor Who oeuvre, isn’t a story that the Three Who Rule reasoned (or hoped) would ever be brought up again in Doctor Who, but all three of your intrepid hosts got a distinct Chloe Webber/scribble monster/suburban England vibe from Mark Gatiss’s Night Terrors. That isn’t to say that they didn’t enjoy it, though. Also up for discussion was Episode 9 of Torchwood: Miracle Day, The Gathering, as that series hurdles, or stumbles, to its conclusion next week. All this and the usual dash and sprinkle of news, including the talk of the upcoming UNIT Box Set and some bona fide monumental viewing figures for SPACE in Canada.

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



  • Doctor Whocast

    16: Night Terrors | Doctor Who Cast | Doctor Who Podcast

    Doctor Whocast

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    17:30 (GMT) - 4 Sep 2011

    The second half of the sixth season continues with the standalone episode "Night Terrors," which Bobby, BJ, Nancy and the returning Brian discuss with great pleasure. We ponder a few listener questions (including what rooms would be standard in our personal TARDISes) from both our Twitter and email as well as in our LIVE chat room via UStream! Subscribe to UStream and hear us live every week. Remember, we are the only podcast that also travels in time!

    Doctor Who Cast is a Doctor Who podcast and blog dedicated to the BBC television series Doctor Who. The longest running science fiction show on television which currently stars Matt Smith as The Doctor, Karen Gillan as Amy Pond and Arthur Darvill as Rory Williams. The show’s executive producer is Steven Moffat. For more information on the BBC series go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/dw



  • Adventures in Time Space and Music

    From the DWPA - Spoilers Special

    Adventures in Time Space and Music

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    15:00 (GMT) - 4 Sep 2011

    What is a spoiler? How do you feel about spoilers? Do some of the 'officially released' bits of information by the BBC and other media give too much information away? James (The Doctor Who Podcast) and Adam (Staggering Stories) host this special where a number of other podcasters give their opinions.



  • Adventures in Time Space and Music

    From the DWPA - Spoilers Special

    Adventures in Time Space and Music

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    14:00 (GMT) - 4 Sep 2011

    What is a spoiler? How do you feel about spoilers? Do some of the 'officially released' bits of information by the BBC and other media give too much information away? James (The Doctor Who Podcast) and Adam (Staggering Stories) host this special where a number of other podcasters give their opinions.




  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE115 - Dr Who 'Night Terrors'

    The Cultdom Collective

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    09:08 (GMT) - 4 Sep 2011

    The Collective review the second episode of the latest run of Dr Who 'Night Terrors'



  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE115 - Dr Who 'Night Terrors'

    The Cultdom Collective

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    06:08 (GMT) - 4 Sep 2011

    The Collective review the second episode of the latest run of Dr Who 'Night Terrors'



  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE115 - Dr Who 'Night Terrors'

    The Cultdom Collective

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    06:08 (GMT) - 4 Sep 2011

    The Collective review the second episode of the latest run of Dr Who 'Night Terrors'



  • The Minute Doctor Who Podcast

    057 - Quiz Answers

    The Minute Doctor Who Podcast

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    23:51 (GMT) - 3 Sep 2011

    The answers and winner of the quiz that comprised the last episode of TMDWP. Watch in HD – http://youtu.be/TJKLtVDB_r8?hd=1



  • The Minute Doctor Who Podcast

    057 - Quiz Answers

    The Minute Doctor Who Podcast

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    21:35 (GMT) - 3 Sep 2011

    The answers and winner of the quiz that comprised the last episode of TMDWP.

    Watch in HD - http://youtu.be/TJKLtVDB_r8?hd=1



  • Staggering Stories Podcast

    Staggering Stories Podcast #114: Monster in the Cupboard

    Staggering Stories Podcast

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    20:46 (GMT) - 3 Sep 2011

    Summary:
    Adam J Purcell, Fake Keith, Jean Riddler and the Real Keith Dunn talk about Doctor Who: Let’s Kill Hitler and Night Terrors, Torchwood: Miracle Day episodes seven and eight, find some general news, and a variety of other stuff, specifically:

    • 00:00 – Intro and theme tune.
    • 01:01 — Welcome!
    • 02:07 – News:
    • 02:25 — Doctor Who: Another Hugo Award for Steven Moffat.
    • 03:42 — Blade Runner: Ridley Scott to make a new film?
    • 06:21 — Big Finish: Co-Producing a live action short called Cleaning Up.
    • 08:48 — Matt Smith: Karen Gillan is only a 5 out of 10!
    • 10:20 – Doctor Who: Let’s Kill Hitler.
    • 27:06 – Doctor Who: Night Terrors.
    • 41:41 – Torchwood: Miracle Day episodes 7 and 8.
    • 60:50 – Emails and listener feedback.* Hit us yourself atA show@StaggeringStories.net
    • 93:13 – Competition Time!
    • 95:02 – Farewell for this podcast!
    • 95:42 — End theme, disclaimer, copyright, etc.

    Vital Links:

    • Staggering Stories.
    • Staggering Stories: Podcast Drinking Game, Fifth edition.
    • BBC: Doctor Who.
    • Wikipedia: The Hugo Awards.
    • Wikipedia: Blade Runner.
    • Big Finish.
    • Karen Gillan.
    • Wikipedia: Karen Gillan.
    • BBC: Doctor Who – Let’s Kill Hitler.
    • BBC: Doctor Who – Night Terrors.
    • BBC: Torchwood.
    • Doctor Who Podcast Alliance.
    • Facebook: Staggering Stories Group.
    • Twitter: Adam J Purcell.


  • Tim's Take On...

    Tim's Take On: Episode 85(Torchwood Miracle Day episode eight review/Dr Who: Night Terrors review)

    Tim's Take On...

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    20:24 (GMT) - 3 Sep 2011

    First up this week my first thoughts review of Torchwood Miracle Day episode eight:End of The Road then an on location review from outside the Whooverville Dr Who Convention in Derby featuring the thoughts of fellow podcasters Chris and Paul from The Pharos Project and Martyn from Bad Wild.

    Be warned this podcast does contain a few swear words!

    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

    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.



  • Tim's Take On...

    Tim's Take On: Episode 85(Torchwood Miracle Day episode eight review/Dr Who: Night Terrors review)

    Tim's Take On...

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    19:24 (GMT) - 3 Sep 2011

    First up this week my first thoughts review of Torchwood Miracle Day episode eight:End of The Road then an on location review from outside the Whooverville Dr Who Convention in Derby featuring the thoughts of fellow podcasters Chris and Paul from The Pharos Project and Martyn from Bad Wild.

    Be warned this podcast does contain a few swear words!

    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

    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.



  • Who's He?

    Doctor Who - Who's He? #24 The man is dead, the man is dead

    Who's He?

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    18:32 (GMT) - 3 Sep 2011

    In their second podcast of the week, Who's He? take a look at episode 8 of Torchwood Miracle Day. Phil feels slightly disappointed at this weeks episode, while Paul just enjoys it, the happy go lucky chap that he is. All this plus Doctor Who and Torchwood news and the pair of them stick up for Steven Moffat over some rather unsavoury tweets sent in his direction and completely off topic, Phil uses this podcast as a platform to vent his fury at George Lucas for mucking around with Star Wars again! And don't forget to donate to Walk for Lis!



  • DWO WhoCast

    DWO WhoCast - #210 - Doctor Who Podcast

    DWO WhoCast

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    16:45 (GMT) - 3 Sep 2011

    Tick tock goes the clock - even for the Doctor!

    We look at the sublime Night Terrors...

    The show surely cannot get any better.

    Can it?

    Hmm, see you next week.....



  • Waffle On Podcast

    The Blues Brothers

    Waffle On Podcast

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    16:36 (GMT) - 3 Sep 2011

    Waffle On about The Blues Brothers

    Hello and welcome to this months edition of Waffle On in which Meds is joined by regular guest host Peter Coleman as Kell takes a break whilst sorting out his wedding arrangements. Here we talk about the classic 1980 film The Blues Brothers. Written by Dan Aykroyd and John landis it stared Aykroyd and fellow Saturday night live comedian and friend John Belushi. This edition has musical clips from the film and a little treat at the end after the promos.

    We have also been nominated in the European podcast awards. Please do vote for us at http://www.european-podcast-award.eu/uk/start/vote-and-win/personality/type/player/nc/1/uid/2488/podid/2488.html and you can vote once a day so please pass on to your friends.

    Remember we have a Facebook group if you want to join that just head over to Fb and search for us there. Also please do leave us reviews on itines as it would really help us out. Any comments please send to waffleonpodcast@gmail.com

    Cheers

    Meds & Kell



  • Waffle On Podcast

    The Blues Brothers

    Waffle On Podcast

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    16:36 (GMT) - 3 Sep 2011

    Waffle On about The Blues Brothers Hello and welcome to this months edition of Waffle On in which Meds is joined by regular guest host Peter Coleman as Kell takes a break whilst sorting out his wedding arrangements. Here we talk about the classic 1980 film The Blues Brothers. Written by Dan Aykroyd and John landis it stared Aykroyd and fellow Saturday night live comedian and friend John Belushi. This edition has musical clips from the film and a little treat at the end after the promos. We have also been nominated in the European podcast awards. Please do vote for us at http://www.european-podcast-award.eu/uk/start/vote-and-win/personality/type/player/nc/1/uid/2488/podid/2488.html and you can vote once a day so please pass on to your friends. Remember we have a Facebook group if you want to join that just head over to Fb and search for us there. Also please do leave us reviews on itines as it would really help us out. Any comments please send to waffleonpodcast@gmail.com Cheers Meds & Kell



  • Waffle On Podcast

    The Blues Brothers

    Waffle On Podcast

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    16:36 (GMT) - 3 Sep 2011

    Waffle On about The Blues Brothers Hello and welcome to this months edition of Waffle On in which Meds is joined by regular guest host Peter Coleman as Kell takes a break whilst sorting out his wedding arrangements. Here we talk about the classic 1980 film The Blues Brothers. Written by Dan Aykroyd and John landis it stared Aykroyd and fellow Saturday night live comedian and friend John Belushi. This edition has musical clips from the film and a little treat at the end after the promos. We have also been nominated in the European podcast awards. Please do vote for us at http://www.european-podcast-award.eu/uk/start/vote-and-win/personality/type/player/nc/1/uid/2488/podid/2488.html and you can vote once a day so please pass on to your friends. Remember we have a Facebook group if you want to join that just head over to Fb and search for us there. Also please do leave us reviews on itines as it would really help us out. Any comments please send to waffleonpodcast@gmail.com Cheers Meds & Kell



  • Waffle On Podcast

    Waffle On about The Blues Brothers

    Waffle On Podcast

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    13:36 (GMT) - 3 Sep 2011

    Waffle On about The Blues Brothers

    Hello and welcome to this months edition of Waffle On in which Meds is joined by regular guest host Peter Coleman as Kell takes a break whilst sorting out his wedding arrangements. Here we talk about the classic 1980 film The Blues Brothers. Written by Dan Aykroyd and John landis it stared Aykroyd and fellow Saturday night live comedian and friend John Belushi. This edition has musical clips from the film and a little treat at the end after the promos.

    We have also been nominated in the European podcast awards. Please do vote for us at http://www.european-podcast-award.eu/uk/start/vote-and-win/personality/type/player/nc/1/uid/2488/podid/2488.html and you can vote once a day so please pass on to your friends.

    Remember we have a Facebook group if you want to join that just head over to Fb and search for us there. Also please do leave us reviews on itines as it would really help us out. Any comments please send to waffleonpodcast@gmail.com

    Cheers

    Meds & Kell



  • The Unearthly Child Podcast

    044 - The Unearthly Child Podcast: Let's Kill Hitler

    The Unearthly Child Podcast

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    12:15 (GMT) - 3 Sep 2011

    Doctor Who is back in last Saturday's Let's Kill Hitler, so I'm hear to tell you all what I thought. I also talk about the eighth episode of Torchwood: Miracle Day.
    Links

    • Email unearthlychildpodcast@gmail.com
    • Twitter
    • Facebook
    • Doctor Who News Page


  • 'Who' - Is The Man Podcast

    'Who' - Is The Man Podcast episode 29: Aussie Aussie Aussie!

    'Who' - Is The Man Podcast

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    10:41 (GMT) - 3 Sep 2011

    Hello all! In this episode I, along with Robert Haynes, disscus Doctor Who: Let's Kill Hitler and Torchwood Miracle Dat episode 7.

    Please send your feedback to whoisthemanpodcast@hotmail.com or join the Facebook group and chat there.



  • Articles of the Shadow Proclamation

    Article 22.2: Day 2 at Dragon*Con 2011

    Articles of the Shadow Proclamation

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    04:53 (GMT) - 3 Sep 2011

    In this episode, Scott and Debbie report on Day 2 of Dragon*Con 2011. Hey! They met Sylvester McCoy!



  • Articles of the Shadow Proclamation

    Article 22.1: Day 1 at Dragon*Con 2011

    Articles of the Shadow Proclamation

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    04:46 (GMT) - 3 Sep 2011

    In this episode, Scott is reporting in from Day 1 of Dragon*Con 2011.



  • New Who Podcast

    DWS06E8 - Lets Kill Hitler

    New Who Podcast

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    02:16 (GMT) - 3 Sep 2011

    DWS06E8 - Lets Kill Hitler



  • DWO TorchCast

    DWO TorchCast - #9 - Doctor Who/Torchwood Podcast

    DWO TorchCast

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    01:58 (GMT) - 3 Sep 2011

    Phil takes a diversion via gravity train whilst mark tells it like it is in this honest discussion about the 9th episode of Torchwood - Miracle Day.



  • Daveac Video Blog

    daveac vblog 163

    Daveac Video Blog

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    23:31 (GMT) - 2 Sep 2011


    Updates,changes,goodbyes and podcasts. I toast them all with a wine.


  • Hoo on Who

    Episode 44 - Planet of the Spiders

    Hoo on Who

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    20:01 (GMT) - 2 Sep 2011

    This is the BIG one!! 2 Hours of Hoo On Who as we are joined by Chip from the Two Minute Timelord Podcast!! David, Marty and Chip discuss Jon Pertwee's final episode, read listener feedback email and cover DVD Extras for this 2 Disc 2 Entertain Spectacular! Marty performs his first High Speed Review of New Who for the Fall half of Series 6 and we are joined by Dr. Phill to discuss his thoughts on this episode and the music of it and the era. Enjoy!



  • Hoo on Who

    Episode 44 - Planet of the Spiders

    Hoo on Who

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    19:01 (GMT) - 2 Sep 2011

    This is the BIG one!!  2 Hours of Hoo On Who as we are joined by Chip from the Two Minute Timelord Podcast!!  David, Marty and Chip discuss Jon Pertwee's final episode, read listener feedback email and cover DVD Extras for this 2 Disc 2 Entertain Spectacular!  Marty performs his first High Speed Review of New Who for the Fall half of Series 6 and we are joined by Dr. Phill to discuss his thoughts on this episode and the music of it and the era.  Enjoy!



  • TORCHCAST

    S4E09 - The Gathering

    TORCHCAST

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    18:41 (GMT) - 2 Sep 2011

    S4E09 - The Gathering



  • Geek Syndicate

    The Next Level - Episode 34

    Geek Syndicate

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    14:54 (GMT) - 2 Sep 2011

    This time, Amaechi and Antony look at some of the news coming out of Gamescom and PAX before reviewing Call of Juarez: The Cartel and offering some first impressions of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Finally, we see the return of the "forthcoming releases segment".



  • Geek Syndicate

    The Next Level - Episode 34

    Geek Syndicate

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    13:54 (GMT) - 2 Sep 2011

    This time, Amaechi and Antony look at some of the news coming out of Gamescom and PAX before reviewing Call of Juarez: The Cartel and offering some first impressions of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Finally, we see the return of the "forthcoming releases segment".



  • Articles of the Shadow Proclamation

    Article 22: Putting Hitler in the Cupboard

    Articles of the Shadow Proclamation

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    06:22 (GMT) - 2 Sep 2011

    In this episode, we discuss Let's Kill Hitler, and Scott's trip to DragonCon. If you're at the Con, find him and say Hi.



  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #205 - Von Speichelleckern und Arsenschluckern

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    03:26 (GMT) - 2 Sep 2011

    Im heutigen Whocast besprechen Pia und Raphael nicht nur die zweite Episode der vierten Torchwoodstaffel, sondern geben im Horerpostbereich auch noch Lebenshilfe fur die Heranwachsenden. Lasst Euch also uberraschen woran wir mehr Spass hatten: An der Folge oder den Zuschriften...



  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #205 - Von Speichelleckern und Arsenschluckern

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    02:26 (GMT) - 2 Sep 2011

    Im heutigen Whocast besprechen Pia und Raphael nicht nur die zweite Episode der vierten Torchwoodstaffel, sondern geben im Horerpostbereich auch noch Lebenshilfe fur die Heranwachsenden. Lasst Euch also uberraschen woran wir mehr Spass hatten: An der Folge oder den Zuschriften...



  • Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC #52 End of the Road 4.8

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway

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    01:08 (GMT) - 2 Sep 2011

    0 days until The Gathering

    Torchwood:

    • Outside the government. Beyond the police. In today's Cutaway (one of our shortest in a very long while) Eric, Josh, Cat and Andrew Cartmel delve into the not so latest ep of Torchwood, End of the Road.
    • Mostly Harmless thanks to Erika (@_HollyGoDarkly_) and once again KEVIN! for the feedback.
    • Special thanks to Tom & Co. for supporting us in the peanut gallery.

    WARNING:

    • This discussion contains miscellaneous Torchwood, NuWHO, and 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 & contains EXPLICIT terms and as always expect strokes of innuendo throughout.

    LINKS:

    • Links? We don't need no stinking links!

    DISCLAIMER:

    • Apologies to Mr. Cartmel and Kevin and anyone else who is currently enjoying Torturewood.
    • COMING SOON: Let's Kill Hitler!

    DON'T PANIC

    Host/Producer: Eric

    Email: EscoWHO ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Twitter: @Bullitt33 + @BullittWHO
    Blog: bullitt33tvblog.wordpress.com

    Co-host: Josh
    Email: whomeJZ ~at~ yahoo ~dot~com
    Twitter: @whomeJZ

    Coverart/Sketch Artist: Andrew Cartmel
    Email: samwisewise ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Twitter: @LB_Tosche
    deviantART: type40productions.deviantart.com
    HitchikersCutaway: mostlyharmless.freevar.com
    The 2am Show: twoamshow.libsyn.com

    Co-hostess: Cat
    Email: fancyfembot ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Twitter: @fancyfembot
    Facebook: facebook.com/fancyfembot
    Sci-Fi Party Line: scifipartyline.com
    Sci-Fi Party Line News Network: scifipartyline.net

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @DoctorWhoMHC
    Tumblr: doctorwhomhc.tumblr.com
    Facebook: Doctor Who: Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC Theme created by E.A. Escamilla
    Anonymous cold open by Emily K. (@emilyooo)



  • Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC #52 End of the Road 4.8

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway

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    00:08 (GMT) - 2 Sep 2011

    0 days until The Gathering

    Torchwood:

    • Outside the government. Beyond the police. In today's Cutaway (one of our shortest in a very long while) Eric, Josh, Cat and Andrew Cartmel delve into the not so latest ep of Torchwood, End of the Road.
    • Mostly Harmless thanks to Erika (@_HollyGoDarkly_) and once again KEVIN! for the feedback.
    • Special thanks to Tom & Co. for supporting us in the peanut gallery.

    WARNING:

    • This discussion contains miscellaneous Torchwood, NüWHO, and 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 & contains EXPLICIT terms and as always expect strokes of innuendo throughout.

    LINKS:

    • Links? We don't need no stinking links!

    DISCLAIMER:

    • Apologies to Mr. Cartmel and Kevin and anyone else who is currently enjoying Torturewood.
    • COMING SOON: Let's Kill Hitler!
     

    DON'T PANIC

     

    Host/Producer: Eric

    Email: EscoWHO ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Twitter: @Bullitt33 + @BullittWHO
    Blog: bullitt33tvblog.wordpress.com

    Co-host: Josh
    Email: whomeJZ ~at~ yahoo ~dot~com
    Twitter: @whomeJZ

    Coverart/Sketch Artist:  Andrew Cartmel
    Email: samwisewise ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Twitter: @LB_Tosche
    deviantART: type40productions.deviantart.com
    HitchikersCutaway: mostlyharmless.freevar.com
    The 2am Show: twoamshow.libsyn.com

    Co-hostess: Cat
    Email: fancyfembot ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Twitter: @fancyfembot
    Facebook: facebook.com/fancyfembot
    Sci-Fi Party Line: scifipartyline.com
    Sci-Fi Party Line News Network: scifipartyline.net

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @DoctorWhoMHC
    Tumblr: doctorwhomhc.tumblr.com 
    Facebook: Doctor Who: Mostly Harmless Cutaway 

    MHC Theme created by E.A. Escamilla
    Anonymous cold open by Emily K. (@emilyooo)



  • DWO WhoCast

    DWPA Interview with Dan Freeman - Doctor Who Podcast

    DWO WhoCast

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    17:14 (GMT) - 1 Sep 2011

    Hello there. Something a little different for you. Dr. Phil Serna. the host of the Adventures In Time Space And Music podcast, recently interviewed the producer, writer and all round boffin of Death Comes to TIme and The Minister Of Chance, Dan Freeman.

    Phil kindly made this avaliable to all the members of The Doctor Who Podcast Alliance.

    Enjoy

    Dr. Phil can be found at http://adventuresintimespaceandmusic.philipwserna.com

    The DWPA can be found at http://www.doctorwhopodcastalliance.org



  • Staggering Stories Podcast

    DWPA Podcast #014: Spoilers Special, August 2011

    Staggering Stories Podcast

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    13:01 (GMT) - 1 Sep 2011

    Summary:
    Welcome to the fourteenthA Doctor Who Podcast AllianceA episode. This podcast features a discussion on the state of spoilers around Doctor Who fandom – are they necessary, are they getting any worse and, even, are they really a problem?

    Hosted by James Rockliffe from The Doctor Who Podcast and Adam J Purcell from Staggering Stories, along with contributions from a whole host of DWPA members:

    • The Flashing Blade
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    • Impossible Podcasts
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    Also interview snippets from Doctor Who’s Executive Producer Steven Moffat and Doctor Who Magazine’s Editor Tom Spilsbury.

    We would also like to give a big thank you to Chameleon Circuit (http://www.myspace.com/chameleoncircuitmusic) for the kind permission to include their music.



  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 197: Lets Kill Hitler and Torchwood Ep 7

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    03:33 (GMT) - 1 Sep 2011

    reprinted from wikipedia with thanks and respect "Let's Kill Hitler" is the eighth episode of the sixth series of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, and was first broadcast on BBC One, Space and BBC America on 27 August 2011. It is the second episode of a two-part story,[1] continuing stories from "A Good Man Goes to War".[2] It features alien time traveller the Doctor (Matt Smith) and his companions Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) and her husband Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill), plus their daughter and the Doctor's sometimes-assistant River Song (Alex Kingston). Contents [hide] 1 Plot 1.1 Prequel 1.2 Synopsis 1.3 Continuity 2 Production 3 Broadcast and reception 3.1 Critical reception 4 References 5 External links [edit] Plot [edit] Prequel On 15 August 2011, the BBC released a short "prequel" to "Let's Kill Hitler", written by Steven Moffat.[3] This procedure had previously been done earlier in the series to give a short introduction to "The Impossible Astronaut", "The Curse of the Black Spot" and "A Good Man Goes to War".[4] In the prequel, Amy calls the Doctor and leaves a message for the Doctor on the TARDIS' answer phone, begging him to find her child, Melody. Though Amy knows Melody will grow up to be River Song, she does not want to miss seeing her grow up. As she ends her message, it is revealed that a very upset Doctor was listening but did not pick up the phone, even though Amy had pleaded for him to.[5][6][7] [edit] Synopsis In modern-day Leadworth, Amy and Rory create a crop circle to gain the Doctor's attention. He arrives with his TARDIS, but they are soon joined by Mels, Amy and Rory's childhood friend who knows of Amy's "raggedy Doctor" and was responsible for Amy and Rory's relationship; Amy had subsequently named her daughter Melody after Mels. On the run from the police, Mels brandishes a gun and coerces them to escape in the TARDIS and "kill Hitler". Inside, she fires the gun, hitting the central console which fills the time machine with a poisonous gas and sends it out of control. Back in 1938 Berlin, "Justice Vehicle 6019", a Teselecta[8] robot manned by a human crew from the future miniaturised inside it and able to take on the appearance of other humans, is seeking to deliver justice on war criminals like Adolf Hitler. They do this by using the Teselecta's weapons to torture the criminal, near the end of their timeline. Having taken on the appearance of a Wehrmacht officer to meet with Hitler, they are surprised when the TARDIS crashes into Hitler's office. Hitler, already panicked, fires on the Teselecta, but his aim is poor and strikes Mels. As Rory locks Hitler in a cupboard, the TARDIS crew finds Mels regenerating, becoming the woman they know as River Song—Melody as a grown woman. River, having been trained by her captors to kill the Doctor, makes several attempts but the Doctor has taken precautions to nullify these. Instead, River kisses him and before disappearing into the streets of Berlin, reveals that her lipstick is a poison that will kill the Doctor within the hour and prevent his regeneration. The Doctor orders Amy and Rory to follow River, passing her his sonic screwdriver, while he returns to the TARDIS to try to discover a cure. The Teselecta, aware that the Doctor's death on 22 April 2011 is a "fixed point in time" ("The Impossible Astronaut"), instead follow Amy and Rory in chasing down River, having identified her as their most wanted war criminal, responsible for the Doctor's death. Amy and Rory chase River to a café at the Hotel Adlon, but the Teselecta arrives, bringing them aboard as allies, and takes on Amy's appearance, allowing the robot to get close to River to attack her. Before they can complete the attack, the TARDIS materialises; the Doctor, spurred on by the TARDIS' "voice interface" hologram of Amy's younger self, Amelia, has found time to dress for the period and stops the attack, now aware of the Teselecta's nature. The captain speaks to the Doctor, informing him that River has been trained to kill him by the Silence, a religious order that believes that "when the oldest question hidden in plain sight" is asked, silence will fall across the universe. When the crew refuse backing down from attacking River, Amy uses the sonic screwdriver to turn the robot's "antibodies"—its security robots—against the crew. The crew power down the robot and are teleported away by a mothership, leaving Amy and Rory to face the antibodies. The Doctor finds himself too weak from the poison's effects to pilot the TARDIS to rescue his companions; River is inspired by the Doctor's sympathy, and finds herself guided by the TARDIS itself to pilot the ship, and rescues Amy and Rory in time. On returning to the café, the Doctor whispers something in River's ear before he passes away. River asks Amy who River Song is; Amy uses the Teselecta to show River her form stored in the robot's database of who she is to become. With this, River sacrifices her remaining regenerations to bring the Doctor back to life, and passes out. The Doctor, Amy, and Rory take her to a hospital in the far future, leaving the TARDIS-shaped diary as a gift by her bedside, and depart. Later, River is shown becoming an archaeologist so she can find the Doctor herself. Aboard the TARDIS, the Doctor has discovered the date of his death from the records aboard the Teselecta, but does not reveal this knowledge to Amy or Rory. [edit] Continuity This episodes alludes to several previous elements of the River Song character, several which include ontological paradoxes. River reveals herself as the young girl seen regenerating at the end of "Day of the Moon" before she became Mels, short for Melody; Mels' name would used in turn by Amy to name her daughter. River's ability to regenerate is a result of being a "child of the TARDIS", from the infusion of Time Lord DNA into Melody during her conception aboard the TARDIS on Amy and Rory's wedding night as described in "A Good Man Goes to War".[9] Later, when regenerating into the form of River Song, she learns of this name from the Doctor and Amy. River's TARDIS-coloured diary, which the Doctor and his companions have seen in River's relative future, is given to her anew by the Doctor. The Doctor further introduces River to the concept of "spoilers" of her future timeline, a phrase River has used in previous adventures. River's aptitude with flying the TARDIS, taught to her by the machine itself, is alluded to from "The Time of Angels" where River explains she "had lessons from the very best" (which the Doctor has assumed referred to himself).[10] During the moments after her initial regeneration into the River Song form, River reenacts the iconic scene between Mrs Robinson (Anne Bancroft) and Benjamin (Dustin Hoffman) from the movie The Graduate, calling out to the Doctor "Hello, Benjamin".[11] The Doctor likens River to Mrs Robinson in "The Impossible Astronaut".[12] The Teselecta crew consider River a wanted dangerous criminal; River has been shown to be imprisoned in her personal future in "The Time of Angels" for killing "the best man she ever knew".[13] In the episode's epilogue, River is shown asking Professor Candy of Luna University to become an archaeologist as to find the Doctor; previous episodes that take place later in River's personal timeline show that she has acquired these degrees. Both the professor and the university appeared previously in Steven Moffat's 1997 Doctor Who short story Continuity Errors, which showed Candy as having himself conducted research concerning the Doctor. The concept of "fixed points in time" has been explored before, including the episodes "The Fires of Pompeii" and "The Waters of Mars". The supposed "state of temporal grace" within the TARDIS was previously alluded to by the Fourth Doctor during The Hand of Fear. Like River giving up her remaining regenerations for the Doctor, the Doctor has been shown prepared to do this to save his companions during the Fifth Doctor serial, Mawdryn Undead. While bringing up the voice interface aboard the TARDIS, the Doctor is shown holograms of his former companions Rose Tyler (Billie Piper), Martha Jones (Freema Agyeman) and Donna Noble (Catherine Tate).[14] He rejects these, as they all cause him guilt, eventually settling on the young Amelia. She also appears in flashback scenes from Amy's past interacting with a younger Mels and Rory, revisiting the various toys and props Amelia created of her "raggedy Doctor" shown throughout series 5. The Amelia hologram refers back to "fish fingers and custard", a phrase used between Amelia and the Doctor during "The Eleventh Hour" and "The Impossible Astronaut". The Silence are revealed not to be a species as shown in "The Impossible Astronaut" and "Day of the Moon", but a religious order who believe silence will fall when "the oldest question in the universe" is asked.[15] They are also revealed to be responsible for training Melody to assassinate the Doctor. The Eleventh Doctor wears his secondary jacket, a long dark-green military overcoat, for the first time in this episode.[11] [edit] Production The read-through for "Let's Kill Hitler" took place on 21 March 2011.[12] The opening scene in the cornfield were the last shots filmed of the series on 11 July 2011.[12][16] The Temple of Peace in Cardiff used in the episode for the German dinner party, was also used for Karen Gillan's first Doctor Who appearance, when she played a Soothsayer in "The Fires of Pompeii".[17] Exterior shots of the Hotel Adlon were filmed outside Southampton Guildhall. One scene involving the Teselecta (disguised as a German soldier) chasing Amy and Rory on motorcycles through Berlin was cut from filming due to budget issues. AT&T, who wanted to advertise in the United States broadcast of the episode on BBC America as a tie-in to their "Rethink possible" slogan, brought the idea of using a motion comic to create a bridging scene within the advertising break where this scene would have been placed. AT&T and BBC America worked with Moffat and Senior to create the 60 second scene, which was animated by Double Barrel Motion Labs. The scene will be included in all international home video releases of the episode, though lacking the AT&T branding used on the initial broadcast.[18] [edit] Broadcast and reception "Let's Kill Hitler" was first broadcast on 27 August 2011 on BBC One in the United Kingdom.[19] Internationally, it was broadcast in America on sister station BBC America on 27 August[20] as well as on Space in Canada.[21] Overnight ratings showed that the episode was watched by 6.2 million viewers on BBC One, the second most viewed show of the day behind The X-Factor and the second most-viewed Doctor Who episode in Series 6 behind "The Impossible Astronaut". The episode also came in a number one on the BBC iPlayer service the day after it aired.[22] The episode also received an Appreciation Index of 85.[23] [edit] Critical reception The episode received generally positive reviews from critics. Dan Martin, writing for The Guardian, was more pleased with "Let's Kill Hitler" as an opener than "A Good Man Goes to War" as a finale, and said it was "an energetic, timey-wimey tour de force with with gags and flourishes like the car and the crop circles that still maintained a strong sense of what it was about". He also commended Alex Kingston's performance, saying that "she got to steal her every scene even more completely than usual, masterfully swerving the episode into a properly emotional final act".[14] Michael Hogan of The Daily Telegraph gave the episode four out of five stars, praising it for being "jam-packed full of ideas, twists, turns and wibbly-wobbly time-bending stuff" and "giddily thrilling entertainment, albeit rather exhausting". He also praised the way it allowed Rory to "finally find his niche".[11] Writing for The Independent, Neela Debnath praised the lighter mood and "great slapstick moments". Though she thought the identity of Mels was "obvious to everyone but the characters", she said that Toussaint-White was "excellent" and that "it was shame that she regenerated so early on because she brought a different energy to the character".[15] Radio Times reviewer Patrick Mulkern, unlike Debnath, admitted that Mels' true identity "took [him] completely by surprise". He thought that a plot hole was generated in terms of what Melody did in between regenerating in 1969 and joining Amy and Rory, still as a child, 20 years later, but said that "the episode moves too fast for such quibbles to stick, and it is hilarious".[24] Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly called it "a marvelously energetic, funny, clever, noble mid-season start" and praised the acting of Smith, Gillan, Darvill, and particularly Kingston, as well as the emotion that developed in the episode.[25] IGN's Matt Risley gave the episode a score of 9 out of 10, saying that it was "arguably Moffat's most unashamedly fun Time Lord romp yet". While he praised the humour, plot, and character development, he was critical of the Teselecta; though they "score[ed] high on the sci-fi kitsch factor" they were "anything but memorable".[26] SFX magazine critic Richard Edwards gave "Let's Kill Hitler" five out of five stars, thinking it "has to rank among the cleverest Who episodes Moffat has ever written". While he praised Kingston's performance, he wrote that "it's Matt Smith who steals the show, in one of his finest performances as the Doctor...he's utterly magnificent, whether acting the joker, or living out 32 minutes (ish) of death scene. The mix of optimism...and sadness is a tricky thing to pull off, yet Smith does it in a quintessentially Doctor way".[27] Keith Phipps of The A.V. Club graded the episode as a B+, saying that he was "a bit divided". He praised Moffat's River Song arc, which made "the mind [reel]...in a good way", as well as the dialogue and "big concepts". On the other hand, he did not think the Teselecta's mission was developed and "as characters they seem kind of bland". What "really [troubled]" him was that it did not have the "impact" of some previous episodes and he thought it unlikely that Amy and Rory were willing to quickly accept that they were meant to raise their daughter as a school friend.[13] Gavin Fuller of The Daily Telegraph said the Moffat "delivered a pacy romp" and praised the concept of the Teselecta, but was disappointed with the "wasted opportunity" of the setting. He thought that the setting offered "great dramatic potential" but was "little more than window dressing for the story". He thought that using Hitler as a comic relief "struck a wrong note given the nature of the man and the regime he led" and that it was "an odd way to treat such an historically significant character". He was also critical of Moffat's "seeming keenness to kill the regular cast in some way, shape or form".[28] Entertainment Weekly's Tucker thought that it "didn't need Hitler to be an excellent [Doctor Who] episode".[25] Assignment X gave a negative review of the episode: "Matt Smith is wonderful as always and I love his new coat. And there ends the positive part of this review."[29] Jim Shelley of The Daily Mirror also was negative about the episode, especially towards Alex Kingston, who appeared to be acting while "the rest of the cast play their parts perfectly ­naturally".[30] [edit] References ^ "News Flash!: Matt's Back!". Doctor Who Magazine (428): 5. 15 Dec 2010 (cover date). ^ BBC (16 August 2011). "Steven Moffat talks about the new series of Doctor Who". Press release. Retrieved 17 August 2011. ^ "Avaliable Monday: The Prequel to Let's Kill Hitler". BBC. 12 August 2011. Retrieved 27 August 2011. ^ "The Prequels". BBC. 27 June 2011. Retrieved 27 August 2011. ^ Marshall, Rick (15 August 2011). "Let's Kill Hitler prequel teases Doctor Who midseason premiere". Yahoo! News. Retrieved 27 August 2011. ^ Edwards, Richard (15 August 2011). "Let's Kill Hitler Prequel Online". SFX. Retrieved 27 August 2011. ^ "Prequel to Let's Kill Hitler". BBC. Retrieved 27 August 2011. ^ "Let's Kill Hitler". BBC. 17 August 2011. Retrieved 17 August 2011. ^ "A Good Man Goes to War". Steven Moffat (writer), Peter Hoar (director). Doctor Who. BBC. BBC One. 4 June 2011. No. 7, series 6. ^ "The Time of Angels". Steven Moffat (writer), Adam Smith (director). Doctor Who. BBC. BBC One. 24 April 2010. No. 4, series 5. ^ a b c Hogan, Michael (27 August 2011). "Doctor Who, Let's Kill Hitler, BBC One, review". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 28 August 2011. ^ a b c "Let's Kill Hitler - The Fourth Dimension". BBC. Retrieved 28 August 2011. ^ a b Phipps, Keith (27 August 2011). "Let's Kill Hitler". The A.V. Club. Retrieved 28 August 2011. ^ a b Martin, Dan (27 August 2011). "Doctor Who: Let's Kill Hitler - series 32, episode 8". The Guardian. Retrieved 28 August 2011. ^ a b Debnath, Neela (27 August 2011). "Review of Doctor Who 'Let's Kill Hitler'". The Independent. Retrieved 28 August 2011. ^ "On Location with the Cast and Crew". BBC. 27 August 2011. Retrieved 28 August 2011. ^ "River Runs Wild". Doctor Who Confidential. BBC. BBC Three. 27 August 2011. No. 8, series 6. ^ Hampp, Andrew (2011-08-26). "AT&T to Help Tell the Story of 'Doctor Who'". Ad Age. Retrieved 2011-08-29. ^ BBC. "Network TV BBC Week 35: Saturday 27 August 2011". Press release. Retrieved 28 August 2011. ^ "Season 6: Episode 8 Let's Kill Hitler". BBC America. Retrieved 28 August 2011. ^ "Doctor Who Midseason Premiere Announced!". Space. 29 July 2011. Retrieved 28 August 2011. ^ Golder, Dave (28 August 2011). "Doctor Who "Let's Kill Hitler" Overnight Ratings". SFX. Retrieved 28 August 2011. ^ "Let's Kill Hitler: Appreciation Index". Doctor Who News Page. 29 August 2011. Retrieved 30 August 2011. ^ Mulkern, Patrick (27 August 2011). "Doctor Who: Let's Kill Hitler". Radio Times. Retrieved 28 August 2011. ^ a b Tucker, Ken (28 August 2011). "'Doctor Who' mid-season premiere review: 'Let's Kill Hitler' was a great lark through time and space". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 28 August 2011. ^ Risley, Matt (27 August 2011). "Doctor Who: "Let's Kill Hitler" Review". IGN. Retrieved 28 August 2011. ^ Edwards, Richard (27 August 2011). "Doctor Who 6.08 "Let's Kill Hitler" Review". SFX. Retrieved 28 August 2011. ^ Fuller, Gavin (27 August 2011). "Doctor Who: Let's Kill Hitler - a wasted opportunity?". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 28 August 2011. ^ http://www.assignmentx.com/2011/tv-review-doctor-who-series-6-lets-kill-hitler/ ^ Shelley, Jim (29 August 2011). "Doctor Who's plots are getting lost in space...". The Daily Mirror. Retrieved 30 August 2011. [edit] External links Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: Eleventh Doctor "Let's Kill Hitler" at the Internet Movie Database "Let's Kill Hitler" at the BBC Doctor Who homepage



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