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  • Radio Free Skaro

    So You Want To Podcast Doctor Who: The Director's Cut

    Radio Free Skaro

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    15:02 (GMT) - 18 Mar 2009

    Now with more swearing! And some more keen insights from the fine fellows at Tachyon TV and Podshock, as well as the Three Who Rule, at the "So You Want to Podcast Doctor Who" panel at Gallifrey 2009.

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  • Radio Free Skaro

    So You Want To Podcast Doctor Who: The Director's Cut

    Radio Free Skaro

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    15:02 (GMT) - 18 Mar 2009

    Now with more swearing! And some more keen insights from the fine fellows at Tachyon TV and Podshock, as well as the Three Who Rule, at the "So You Want to Podcast Doctor Who" panel at Gallifrey 2009.




  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #107 - Overuse of the Daleks

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    11:47 (GMT) - 16 Mar 2009

    Bei der Besprechung der beiden Big Finish Folgen "Time Reef" und "The Brotherhood of the Daleks" wird Raphael heute von Fabian unterstutzt. Wer schon immer wissen wollte, warum es auch langeweilige Big Finishs gibt und warum Raphael die Daleks langsam zu Halse raushangen sollte reinhoren...



  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #107 - Overuse of the Daleks

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    11:47 (GMT) - 16 Mar 2009

    Bei der Besprechung der beiden Big Finish Folgen "Time Reef" und "The Brotherhood of the Daleks" wird Raphael heute von Fabian unterstutzt. Wer schon immer wissen wollte, warum es auch langeweilige Big Finishs gibt und warum Raphael die Daleks langsam zu Halse raushangen sollte reinhoren...



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #129 - Digressionary Tactics

    Radio Free Skaro

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    21:36 (GMT) - 15 Mar 2009

    With only Comic Relief and a mini-SJA episode (story?) starring a flatulent Ronnie Corbett, the Three Who Rule had little in the way of solid material to mold into gorgeous verbal statuary with their mellifluous locution this week. But thanks to the power of digression, they managed to unleash a torrent of nonsense almost unparalleled in the annals of Skarosian myth and legend. And all of it for you, dear listeners.



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #129 - Digressionary Tactics

    Radio Free Skaro

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    21:36 (GMT) - 15 Mar 2009

    With only Comic Relief and a mini-SJA episode (story?) starring a flatulent Ronnie Corbett, the Three Who Rule had little in the way of solid material to mold into gorgeous verbal statuary with their mellifluous locution this week. But thanks to the power of digression, they managed to unleash a torrent of nonsense almost unparalleled in the annals of Skarosian myth and legend. And all of it for you, dear listeners.



  • Bigger on the Inside

    Bigger on the Inside - Episode 09

    Bigger on the Inside

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    14:55 (GMT) - 15 Mar 2009

    To quote a listener, "The Web Planet" was "not entirely successful," and that's being nice. Between the curious fights, odd voices and needlessly long story, this one proved a challenge to watch for Dan and Mike.



  • Staggering Stories Podcast

    Staggering Stories Podcast #41: A Ghost, a Werewolf, a Vampire and Tom Baker...

    Staggering Stories Podcast

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    12:36 (GMT) - 15 Mar 2009

    Show summary: Andy Simpkins, Adam J Purcell, Fake Keith and the ‘Real’ Keith Dunn talk about Doctor Who: Proudest and Most Embarrassing Moments, their time at Doctor Who Convention: Time Quest ’09, the BBC’s Being Human, recommend Sapphire and Steel, find lots of general news, and a variety of other stuff, specifically:

    • 00:00 – Intro and theme tune.
    • 01:02 — Welcome!
    • 01:22 – News:
    • 01:34 — Doctor Who: The TARDIS will get a full (interior!) redesign.
    • 02:51 — Doctor Who: Hannah Murray to be new companion with Matt Smith?
    • 03:44 — Doctor Who: Big Finish remake Colin Baker’s ‘Lost’ season as audio plays.
    • 04:54 — Being Human gets a second season.
    • 05:26 — US Life on Mars is cancelled, to death!
    • 06:00 — New Knight Rider is cancelled, to the scrapyard!
    • 06:18 — Dollhouse and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles DVR figures are good.
    • 07:04 — Star Trek: The Experience back from the dead.
    • 08:03 — NASA competition to name ISS Node 3 – Browncoats vote Serenity!
    • 09:05 — Star Trek: The smell of nerd. Special fragrances released.
    • 10:15 — Doctor Who: Dalek rises out of pond!
    • 11:50 – The Staggering Team go to Doctor Who convention: Time Quest ’09.
    • 19:05 – Being Human.
    • 27:12 – El Presidente.
    • 28:41 – Doctor Who: Proudest and Most Embarrassing Moments.
    • 46:30 – Tin Dog’s ’30′ Second Recommendation: Sapphire and Steel.
    • 47:56 – Staggering Stories Presents: Subliminal Messages.
    • 48:18 – Emails and listener feedback.* Hit us yourself at show@StaggeringStories.net
    • 66:00 – Farewell for this podcast!
    • 66:26 — End theme, disclaimer, copyright, etc.

    Vital Links:

    • Staggering Stories.
    • BBC: Doctor Who.
    • Wikipedia: Hannah Murray.
    • Big Finish Productions.
    • BBC: Being Human.
    • Wikipedia: Life on Mars: USA.
    • NBC’s Knight Rider.
    • Fox: Dollhouse.
    • Wikipedia: Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
    • Wikipedia: Star Trek – The Experience.
    • Help NASA Name Node 3!
    • Wikipedia: Firefly.
    • Genki Star Trek Fragrances.
    • The Telegraph: Dr Who Dalek found in pond.
    • Doctor Who Convention: Time Quest 09.
    • Doctor Who Convention: Invasion 09.
    • Wikipedia: Sapphire and Steel.
    • Doctor Who: Tin Dog Podcast.


  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 85; Attack of the Cybermen

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    17:27 (GMT) - 13 Mar 2009

    Synopsis The Sixth Doctor and Peri encounter the mercenary Lytton, stranded on planet Earth and in the employ of the Cybermen. A plot is being hatched that aims to change the history of Earth in favour of the Cyber-race, and the Doctor finds himself on an alien planet he has visited before as he tries to defeat his enemies and work out who he can trust to help him. [edit] Plot In the London sewer system, a worker vanishes and another is beaten to death. The Doctor is repairing the chameleon circuitry in the TARDIS's roundels, using his new sonic lance. He ponders why he has not worked on this before. Peri questions his new energy levels; he reassures her he is stable and would never hurt her. Lytton is organising what he claims is a PS10 million diamond heist on the Bank of England. He explains the plan: his merry band of four shall go into the sewers, and use plastic explosives to blow a hole in the wall of the vault, escaping with the diamonds, and no one (in theory) should get hurt. Down they go into the sewers, with Payne agreeing to stand on lookout by the manhole. As the others move away, no one notices the tall, black figure silently advancing behind Payne... The Doctor says he is taking Peri somewhere nice and peaceful, to treat her after the awful time they both had on Jaconda. After a very difficult trip through the Time Vortex, he shows Halley's Comet to her, inadvertently revealing that he plans to take her to Earth. It is soon clear that being so close to the comet upsets her (as does, undoubtedly, the fact that they nearly crash into it), so he steers away from it. The TARDIS then picks up a distress signal coming from London, in 1985; they both agree that they have to investigate this. The TARDIS lands in 76 Totter's Lane, London, a scrapyard that the Doctor finds oddly familiar. As he and Peri begin to leave the scrapyard the chameleon circuit turns the time machine into a stove with an attractive (or cloying) floral pattern (much to Peri's mirth). The Doctor, slightly defensive, says that the TARDIS is slightly out of practice when it comes to choosing new forms. (They both fail to notice two policemen, who are walking past them.) As the pair move through the streets, the Doctor scanning for this signal, Peri reveals how worried she is for him: his memory is in pieces, and he keeps calling her the names of his previous companions. He assures her he is fine. After tracing the signal to an abandoned warehouse that does not contain anyone; he remarks how foolish he was for not realising what has happened. After dashing back to the scrapyard, they eventually find a door in the TARDIS's new form and take off. Meanwhile, Lytton's group are not faring well in the sewer: Russell has cold feet, and Griffith is doing all of the wall-demolishing single-handedly (much to his annoyance). Lytton does not seem to be noticing these things, and seems almost to be waiting for someone. Onboard the TARDIS, the Doctor explains that the alien has put relays around the city, making it hard for them to trace his signal (and thus help him). Peri points out a vital clue: such an extraterrestrial would surely leave a time trace; the Doctor starts tracking down that very thing. The TARDIS then lands, disguised as a pipe organ, in the garage containing the manhole Lytton's crew have descended. There, the two policemen seen earlier accost them, but the Doctor (unseen) knocks one of them out in the sewer, and Peri handcuffs the other to a railing and takes his gun. They then descend the manhole. In the sewer, Lytton's trio discover a tall, black figure advancing towards them. Although Lytton insists that all is fine, Griffith panics and shoots his (previously unseen) gun at the tall figure; prompting Lytton to take out his own firearm and threaten Griffith, in order to stop him firing at the figure. Suddenly, the wall behind them slides open and an entire army of silver giants is revealed. Then Lytton offers their Leader his weapon, saying that he offers his life to the Cybermen. The Cyber Leader effortlessly crushes Lytton's gun, eliciting a scream from Griffith... Lytton's two policemen comrades - as well as the two sewer workers we saw at the beginning - are being converted into Cybermen. Lytton manages to talk his way out of the same procedure, explaining that he detected the Cybermen's transmissions and deliberately contacted them, bringing along humans for them to convert as a sign of goodwill. He identifies himself as a warrior mercenary from Riften V and points out that he could easily have alerted Earth authorities to the Cybermen's presence but chose not to. The Cyber Leader accepts the logic of his argument and decides to report to the Controller on Telos. On Telos, a work party of slaves plants explosives in the ground. Three of them make a break for it, but one is killed and the decapitated Cyber-head, which they require for the next stage of the escape, is destroyed. The two survivors, Bates and Stratton, hide nearby, but without a third pilot and a Cyber-head, they're still as good as prisoners. The other slaves' spirits have been completely crushed; nobody else has tried to escape. In Cyber Control, the Controller receives a report of the escape attempt, and decides to analyse Bates and Stratton's behaviour as they attempt to survive and escape. The Doctor and Peri are captured by Russell, who frisks the Doctor and finds Payne's gun. The Doctor manages to surprise and overpower Russell, who eventually admits that he's an undercover policeman who infiltrated Lytton's gang to find out who he was. After a raid on an electronics warehouse -- which the Doctor and Peri realise supplied Lytton with the parts he needed for his intergalactic transmitter -- the police heard Lytton's name whispered on the streets, but could find no records of his existence at all. It was as if he'd just arrived from another planet. The Doctor warns Russell that this is exactly what he did -- and he's a ruthless, professional killer... Bates and Stratton use their mining tools to destroy and decapitate a Cyberman sent out to recapture them. Bates intends to clean out the head so Stratton can use it as a disguise; as prisoner and escort they stand a better chance of getting into Cyber Control. But the destruction of the scout is detected, and the Controller decides that Bates and Stratton are too resourceful and must be destroyed. Back on Earth, the Cybermen detect temporal distortion nearby, and send scouts to investigate. The Doctor, Peri and Russell encounter one, and the Doctor destroys it by plunging his sonic lance into its chest unit. The Cybermen detect this, and the Leader decides to close down this base and send the partially converted humans to their mothership. The Leader himself takes a squad out to investigate the scout's destruction, and when they find an alien artefact was responsible Lytton soon guesses who the "alien" is. He's surprised to learn that the Cybermen already know of the Doctor. The Cyber Leader decides to alter his plans and capture the Doctor and his TARDIS. The Doctor, Peri and Russell emerge from the sewers, closely followed by the Cybermen. But the Doctor has accidentally left the TARDIS doors open and Cybermen have already entered the ship. Russell destroys one by shooting it through the weak point in its mouth panel, and shoots another with the first Cyberman's gun. But before Peri can shut the doors the Cyber Leader and his patrol arrive, and while Russell is distracted a third Cyberman emerges from the corridors and strikes him upon his neck, killing him instantly. Peri approaches Russell and the Cybermen then close in on Peri... The Doctor threatens to destroy the TARDIS unless the Cyber Leader agrees to spare Peri's life. He does so, giving the word of the Cyber Controller that she will not be harmed -- and the Doctor realises that, by implication, not only did the Controller survive their last meeting but these Cybermen have somehow travelled through Time. He sets the coordinates for Telos, and he, Peri, Griffiths and Lytton are locked up in a nearby storeroom. Lytton returns the Doctor's sonic lance so he can sabotage the navigational controls and shift the TARDIS slightly off course, and reveals that the Cybermen haven't developed their own theories of Time travel; they simply stole a ship which was forced down on Telos for repairs. The Doctor, attempting to explain the history of the Cybermen to Griffiths and Peri, is forced to admit that their home world Mondas was destroyed while attacking Earth -- in 1986, which in their terms is next year. The Doctor assures them that Earth survived with minimal damage; the surviving Cybermen evacuated to Telos, wiped out the indigenous Cryons and transformed their refrigerated cities into cryogenic tombs in which to hibernate and recover their strength. Bates and Stratton continue to approach Cyber Control despite Stratton's conviction that the plan will never work. The reactivation of dormant Cybermen is halted when too many are found damaged or dead; some are going rogue in the tombs and destroying everything they encounter. The Doctor is forced to switch off the distress call he'd surreptitiously activated, but thanks to his earlier sabotage the TARDIS (in the form of a set of iron gates) materialises in the tombs rather than in Cyber Control. While the Cyber Leader reports for further instructions, the Doctor notices a stench of decay in the air -- and realises that Lytton knows more about it than he's saying. A rogue Cyberman suddenly bursts out of a tomb and attacks them, and in the confusion Peri, Lytton and Griffiths escape. Peri, separated from the others, is attacked by yet another rogue Cyberman -- and is rescued by two Cryons... Griffiths and Lytton hide in the tunnels outside the tombs, where they are contacted by a Cryon named Threst -- who welcomes Lytton by name. Lytton admits that he's been working for the Cryons all along; it was they who picked up his distress call from Earth, and on their behalf he intends to steal the Cybermen's time machine. Since the Cryons can only survive in sub-zero temperatures they will be unable to help, and Lytton thus brought Griffiths along to act as his bodyguard, in return for which the Cryons will pay him the equivalent of two million British pounds in uncut diamonds. Griffiths is reluctant to risk his life, but Lytton points out that his only two alternatives if captured are death -- or conversion into a Cyberman. The Doctor is locked up in a storeroom with a Cryon prisoner, Flast, and upon learning that some Cryons survived the Cybermen's attempt at genocide he also realises that they must be responsible for the damage to the Cybermen in the tombs. He's less pleased by Flast's revelation of the Cybermen's plans -- since they stole their time machine they don't fully understand the principles of Time, and intend to change history by preventing Mondas from being destroyed... Lytton and Griffiths emerge onto the surface of Telos, where Bates and Stratton confront them. Griffiths is shocked to learn that Bates and Stratton are partially cybernetic; they were sent to the work parties when the conversion process failed. Lytton points out that the time vessel requires a crew of three and suggests that they join forces. Meanwhile, Peri is held in the Cryon base by Rost and Varne, who are unable to help her rescue the Doctor, as they would perish in the heat of Cyber Control. They admit that Lytton is working for them to prevent the Cybermen from leaving Telos -- upon abandoning the planet the Cybermen intend to destroy it to observe the effect on its atmosphere. Flast explains to the Doctor that the Cybermen intend to divert the course of Halley's Comet, causing it to collide with Earth. The Doctor suddenly realises that the Time Lords have once again manipulated him into this situation so he can clean it up for them. Flast points out a potential weapon; the storeroom contains canisters of vastial, an unstable mineral which explodes upon reaching fifteen degrees above zero, and she's managed to open one. The Doctor uses his sonic lance to pick the lock of the storeroom door, and uses a small amount of vastial to destroy the guard outside. Flast takes the sonic lance, turns it on and buries it in the open canister of vastial, hoping to spark an explosion, which will destroy Cyber Control. She is unable to leave the sub-zero storeroom but urges the Doctor to escape without her. Lytton and his companions enter Cyber Control, but as Lytton is guarding their backs he is attacked and overpowered by Cybermen and the others have no choice but to carry on without him. Lytton is taken back to the control room and tortured, and when he refuses to speak he is taken to be converted into a Cyberman. Rost and Varne learn of Lytton's capture while taking Peri back to the TARDIS. The Doctor returns to the TARDIS, where he finds two Cybermen on guard and is reunited with Peri. Rost and Varne help him break into a tomb, which they have already sabotaged, and the Doctor activates the distress call in the dead Cyberman inside, luring the two guards away from the TARDIS and into a trap. In the ensuing battle, Varne is killed but both Cybermen are destroyed. As the Doctor prepares to leave, Peri insists that they rescue Lytton first, and the Doctor, who was fully prepared to leave Lytton to his fate, is startled to learn that he was working for the Cryons all along. He agrees to see what he can do. Bates, Griffiths and Stratton finally reach the landing pad, but just as they're within sight of their goal Bates is killed by an electrified door -- which opens to reveal a Cyberman who guns down Griffiths and Stratton. Meanwhile, the Cybermen detect the Doctor's escape and question Flast; when she refuses to speak they fling her into the corridor, where her body boils away in the heat. As the Cybermen begin checking the vastial stores, the Cyber Controller learns that the TARDIS has been moved and returns to the control room. The sabotaged vastial container, hidden in the back of the storeroom, has begun to steam... The TARDIS, once again in the form of a police box, materialises in the control room. The Doctor emerges to find Lytton partially converted, and as he tries to free him from the processing machine Lytton, drugged and partially converted, begs the Doctor to kill him. The Cyber Controller arrives, having guessed that the Doctor's emotional weaknesses would draw him back to rescue his friend. As the Controller approaches, however, Lytton attacks him, puncturing his hydraulic valves with the knife the Doctor was using to pry him free from the processing machines. The Controller strikes back, snapping Lytton's neck and killing him, while the Doctor grabs the Controller's gun and shoots the Cyber Leader, who staggers back into his Lieutenant, causing him to accidentally fire his gun at point-blank range, killing them both. The Doctor then shoots the Cyber Controller, destroying him once and for all. Peri emerges from the TARDIS and practically drags the Doctor away from Lytton's body. As the TARDIS dematerialises, the sonic lance finally heats the vastial to ignition point, and the resulting chain reaction destroys all Cyber Control and the stolen time machine as well. The Earth is safe and the web of Time has been preserved... but at a great personal cost, as the Doctor blames himself for misjudging and failing to save Lytton Continuity This story takes place immediately after The Twin Dilemma. Peri is still worried about the Doctor's problem regenerating, and the Doctor says they need a rest after Jocanda. This story has been criticised for relying heavily on elements from Doctor Who's past, confusing all but hardcore fans of the series.[1]



  • Geek Syndicate

    Geek Syndicate - Episode 110

    Geek Syndicate

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    07:50 (GMT) - 12 Mar 2009

    Welcome to another warping of everything you with the Geek Syndicate!

    Apologies for the lack of a main feature as we have to postpone putting that out for a week.

    News

    Thanks to some devious people we have trouble on the new Forbidden Planet movie.

    Mad Max returning to the cinema but not in the way we thought.

    Casting for the new 'V' pilot

    A little more news from the world of TV pilots

    Week that was

    Watchmen comes to the Thames

    Batman Brave and the Bold

    New Star Trek trailer

    New Harry Potter trailer

    Moving Wallpaper

    Heroes

    The sci-fi comic Runners by Sean Wang

    Notes from Nuge

    Star Trek

     



  • Geek Syndicate

    Geek Syndicate - Episode 110

    Geek Syndicate

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    07:50 (GMT) - 12 Mar 2009

    Welcome to another warping of everything you with the Geek Syndicate!

    Apologies for the lack of a main feature as we have to postpone putting that out for a week.

    News

    Thanks to some devious people we have trouble on the new Forbidden Planet movie.

    Mad Max returning to the cinema but not in the way we thought.

    Casting for the new 'V' pilot

    A little more news from the world of TV pilots

    Week that was

    Watchmen comes to the Thames

    Batman Brave and the Bold

    New Star Trek trailer

    New Harry Potter trailer

    Moving Wallpaper

    Heroes

    The sci-fi comic Runners by Sean Wang

    Notes from Nuge

    Star Trek



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro Interviews Simon Guerrier

    Radio Free Skaro

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    18:25 (GMT) - 11 Mar 2009

    Our Wednesday Cutaway series continues with this, our chat with Simon Guerrier recorded at Gallifrey '09. Simon has written many a Doctor Who short story, as well as several Big Finish audio stories - about which you will hear now!



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro Interviews Simon Guerrier

    Radio Free Skaro

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    18:25 (GMT) - 11 Mar 2009

    Our Wednesday Cutaway series continues with this, our chat with Simon Guerrier recorded at Gallifrey '09. Simon has written many a Doctor Who short story, as well as several Big Finish audio stories - about which you will hear now!



  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 84: Orbis and Chaos Pool Key 2 Time Part 2

    Tin Dog Podcast

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    11:18 (GMT) - 10 Mar 2009

    ORBISStarring Paul McGann and Sheridan Smith with Andrew Sachs and Laura Solon (Duration: 60' approx) CAST: Paul McGann (The Doctor), Sheridan Smith (Lucie Miller), Andrew Sachs (Crassostrea), Laura Solon (Selta), Katarina Olsson (Headhunter), Beth Chalmers (Saccostrea), Barry McCarthy (Yanos) SYNOPSIS: The Doctor has fallen to his death. His companion, Lucie Miller, has returned to her life on Earth, grief-stricken. Then, one night, an alien visitor arrives at her front door and shoots her.Could it be that Lucie's days with the Doctor are not over? She will only find the answer on the planet Orbis. A planet where all forms of life are facing violent extinction. AUTHOR: Alan Barnes andNicholas BriggsDIRECTOR: Nicholas BriggsSOUND DESIGN: Andy Hardwick MUSIC: Andy Hardwick COVER ART: Simon Holub NUMBER OF DISCS: 1 CD RECORDED DATE: 2nd October 2008RELEASE DATE: 31st March 2009 PRODUCTION CODE: 8Y/FISBN:978-1-84435-393-4 Starring PETER DAVISON Featuring BEN JONES and LALLA WARDWith CIARA JANSON as AMY(Duration: 120' Approx)CAST: Peter Davison (The Doctor), Ciara Janson (Amy), Laura Doddington (Zara), Lalla Ward (Madam President), David Troughton (The Black Guardian), Ben Jones (Captain Pargrave), Toby Longworth (Commander Hectocot), Cate Hamer (The Voice)SYNOPSIS:The ageless leader of a dying race believes that salvation lies within The Chaos Pool, a place that even the Guardians of Time have been unable to locate. Meanwhile Commander Hectocot and his Teuthoidian followers move in for the kill - again and again and again...Two different races from opposite ends of Time - so how can they co-exist?In their search for the final segment of the Key to Time, the Doctor and Amy become caught in the crossfire. As the end of everything approaches, old friends and enemies reveal themselves and the final battle between the forces of Chaos and Order ignites...AUTHOR: Peter AnghelidesDIRECTOR:Lisa BowermanSOUND DESIGN:Simon RobinsonMUSIC:Jamie RobertsonCOVER ART:Alex MallinsonNUMBER OF DISCS:2RECORDED DATE:22 & 23 April 2008RELEASE DATE:30 March 2009PRODUCTION CODE:6R/C ISBN:978-1-84435-365-1 CHRONOLOGICAL PLACEMENT:Between Planet of Fire and The Caves of Androzani and after Key 2 Time - Destroyer of Delights << 118. Doctor Who: Key 2 Time - Destroyer of Delights | 120. Doctor Who - The Magic Mousetrap >>



  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #106 - Vatertag

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    00:39 (GMT) - 10 Mar 2009

    In Anlehnung an das uns zugesandte Experiment aus Whocast #101 gibt es hier nun - als kleinen Cast zwischendurch - ein eigenes "Erstseher-Experiment". Diesmal allerdings fur eine klassische Folge (Die Hand des Omega / Remembrance of the Daleks) . Als "Opfer" hat sich freundlicherweise Uwe vom Kuchenlicht bereitgestellt.



  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #106 - Vatertag

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    00:39 (GMT) - 10 Mar 2009

    In Anlehnung an das uns zugesandte Experiment aus Whocast #101 gibt es hier nun - als kleinen Cast zwischendurch - ein eigenes "Erstseher-Experiment". Diesmal allerdings fur eine klassische Folge (Die Hand des Omega / Remembrance of the Daleks) . Als "Opfer" hat sich freundlicherweise Uwe vom Kuchenlicht bereitgestellt.



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #128 - In the Shadow of the Cyber-King

    Radio Free Skaro

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    03:48 (GMT) - 9 Mar 2009

    In a surprising turn of events, this week's episode was chock full of news...an unwelcome development with a "The Next Doctor" commentary bearing down on the Three Who Rule like a Cyber-King hell-bent on justifying its own lack of continuity. Being the brave souls they are, your gallant hosts soldiered on and brought not only the most current of current events in all of Who-dom, but also a sterling commentary on David Morrissey's debut as the Next Doctor. Oh yes, and David Tennant made some sort of appearance as well.



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #128 - In the Shadow of the Cyber-King

    Radio Free Skaro

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    03:48 (GMT) - 9 Mar 2009

    In a surprising turn of events, this week's episode was chock full of news...an unwelcome development with a "The Next Doctor" commentary bearing down on the Three Who Rule like a Cyber-King hell-bent on justifying its own lack of continuity. Being the brave souls they are, your gallant hosts soldiered on and brought not only the most current of current events in all of Who-dom, but also a sterling commentary on David Morrissey's debut as the Next Doctor. Oh yes, and David Tennant made some sort of appearance as well.



  • Podshock

    Doctor Who: Podshock - 142

    Podshock

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    01:04 (GMT) - 7 Mar 2009

    Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 142
    Running Time: 1:30:20

    John Levene and Ben Templesmith interviewed and Gallifrey 20 wrap up. Hosted by Ken Deep, Louis Trapani, and James Naughton.

    Photographs by Mike Doran, Joshua Lou Friedman, and Louis Trapani

    Brought to you by the Gallifreyan Embassy and presented by Outpost Gallifrey.

    Do you want the Enhanced Podcast AAC file format? Get our Enhanced Podcast version of this episode using our feed at http://www.gallifreyanembassy.org/podshock/podshock.xml.



  • Doctor Who Review Today

    EPISODE 28 - Review of The Trial of a Timelord Part 2 & The Family of Blood

    Doctor Who Review Today

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    20:04 (GMT) - 6 Mar 2009



  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #105 - Sir Alistair zur Ehrenrettung

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    23:53 (GMT) - 5 Mar 2009

    In diesem Cast ist mal wieder (fast) alles mit dabei. Zum einen haben wir eine Hand voll News und auch nicht wenig Post. Dazwischen gibt es noch das Review zur letzten SJA-Folge der zweiten Staffel mit dem Namen "Enemy of the Bane"



  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #105 - Sir Alistair zur Ehrenrettung

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    23:53 (GMT) - 5 Mar 2009

    In diesem Cast ist mal wieder (fast) alles mit dabei. Zum einen haben wir eine Hand voll News und auch nicht wenig Post. Dazwischen gibt es noch das Review zur letzten SJA-Folge der zweiten Staffel mit dem Namen "Enemy of the Bane"



  • Geek Syndicate

    Geek Syndicate - Episode 109

    Geek Syndicate

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    13:57 (GMT) - 5 Mar 2009

    News

    The proposed changes to the Tardis for the new season of Doctor Who.

    Doctor Who in HD

    Cancellation of the US version of LIfe on Mars

    The new webcomic MindHack

    DC's new weekly comic venture

    Week that was

     Lost (wth added Dave rant), 24, Being Human, Tropic Thunder, Bolt and Mercury and the Murd

    Notes from Nuge

    Merlin

    Main

    We take our annual look at the new pilot shows that been annouced in the US. We give a thumbs up or down to each show.



  • Geek Syndicate

    Geek Syndicate - Episode 109

    Geek Syndicate

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    13:57 (GMT) - 5 Mar 2009

    News

    The proposed changes to the Tardis for the new season of Doctor Who.

    Doctor Who in HD

    Cancellation of the US version of LIfe on Mars

    The new webcomic MindHack

    DC's new weekly comic venture

    Week that was

    Lost (wth added Dave rant), 24, Being Human, Tropic Thunder, Bolt and Mercury and the Murd

    Notes from Nuge

    Merlin

    Main

    We take our annual look at the new pilot shows that been annouced in the US. We give a thumbs up or down to each show.



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro interviews Steve Roberts

    Radio Free Skaro

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    23:50 (GMT) - 4 Mar 2009

    In our ongoing Wednesday special series featuring interviews and such from Gallifrey ‘09 in February (just to see how long we can milk it), we bring you an interview with Doctor Who Restoration Team impresario Steve Roberts, wherein he discusses past and future projects regarding the classic Who DVD series.



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro interviews Steve Roberts

    Radio Free Skaro

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    23:50 (GMT) - 4 Mar 2009

    In our ongoing Wednesday special series featuring interviews and such from Gallifrey '09 in February (just to see how long we can milk it), we bring you an interview with Doctor Who Restoration Team impresario Steve Roberts, wherein he discusses past and future projects regarding the classic Who DVD series.



  • Waffle On Podcast

    Monty Python

    Waffle On Podcast

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    20:39 (GMT) - 4 Mar 2009

    Monty Pythons Flying Circus. Monty Pythons Flying Circus hit the television screens on the 5th of October 1969. It featured new players on the block John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Michael Palin, Terry Jones, Eric Idle and Terry Gilliam. Now all house hold names it was Python that gave them their fame. The show lasted four series and gave us such legendary sketches as The Dead Parrot sketch, The Argument Sketch and the Cheese shop sketch. Join Meds and Kelly as they waffle on about this classic show and share trivia, facts and of course the sketches that will have you laughing until someone says "Stop that, it's too silly"



  • Waffle On Podcast

    Monty Python

    Waffle On Podcast

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    20:39 (GMT) - 4 Mar 2009

    Monty Pythons Flying Circus. Monty Pythons Flying Circus hit the television screens on the 5th of October 1969. It featured new players on the block John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Michael Palin, Terry Jones, Eric Idle and Terry Gilliam. Now all house hold names it was Python that gave them their fame. The show lasted four series and gave us such legendary sketches as The Dead Parrot sketch, The Argument Sketch and the Cheese shop sketch. Join Meds and Kelly as they waffle on about this classic show and share trivia, facts and of course the sketches that will have you laughing until someone says "Stop that, it's too silly"



  • Waffle On Podcast

    Monty Python

    Waffle On Podcast

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    19:39 (GMT) - 4 Mar 2009

    Monty Pythons Flying Circus.

    Monty Pythons Flying Circus hit the television screens on the 5th of October 1969. It featured new players on the block John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Michael Palin, Terry Jones, Eric Idle and Terry Gilliam. Now all house hold names it was Python that gave them their fame. The show lasted four series and gave us such legendary sketches as The Dead Parrot sketch, The Argument Sketch and the Cheese shop sketch.

    Join Meds and Kelly as they waffle on about this classic show and share trivia, facts and of course the sketches that will have you laughing until someone says "Stop that, it's too silly"



  • Waffle On Podcast

    Waffle On about Monty Python

    Waffle On Podcast

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    18:39 (GMT) - 4 Mar 2009

    Monty Pythons Flying Circus.

    Monty Pythons Flying Circus hit the television screens on the 5th of October 1969. It featured new players on the block John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Michael Palin, Terry Jones, Eric Idle and Terry Gilliam. Now all house hold names it was Python that gave them their fame. The show lasted four series and gave us such legendary sketches as The Dead Parrot sketch, The Argument Sketch and the Cheese shop sketch.

    Join Meds and Kelly as they waffle on about this classic show and share trivia, facts and of course the sketches that will have you laughing until someone says “Stop that, it’s too silly”



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #127 - The Rise of Rubbishor

    Radio Free Skaro

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    00:26 (GMT) - 2 Mar 2009

    Though the news was paltry (other than some serious SPOILERS for one of the upcoming specials near the 3/4 mark of the show), the Three Who Rule were able to bring their customary wit and verve to this week's proceedings, and even managed to create Rubbishor, a new crusader destined to unseat the cruel and debased rule of Pedantor. Watch this space for more exciting details on this clash of entirely fictional titans! Or...just listen to the podcast.



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #127 - The Rise of Rubbishor

    Radio Free Skaro

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    00:26 (GMT) - 2 Mar 2009

    Though the news was paltry (other than some serious SPOILERS for one of the upcoming specials near the 3/4 mark of the show), the Three Who Rule were able to bring their customary wit and verve to this week's proceedings, and even managed to create Rubbishor, a new crusader destined to unseat the cruel and debased rule of Pedantor. Watch this space for more exciting details on this clash of entirely fictional titans! Or...just listen to the podcast.



  • Bigger on the Inside

    Bigger on the Inside - Episode 08

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    15:45 (GMT) - 1 Mar 2009

    In "The Rescue," the crew welcomes Vicki aboard the TARDIS, but not before uncovering a genocidal madman's horrendous actions. Then in "The Romans," Ian and Barbara are sold into slavery while the Doctor and Vicki must thwart a plot that would see Nero assassinated.



  • Staggering Stories Podcast

    Staggering Stories Podcast #40: The Big Four-Oh

    Staggering Stories Podcast

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    13:14 (GMT) - 1 Mar 2009

    Show summary: Andy Simpkins, Adam J Purcell, Fake Keith and the ‘Real’ Keith Dunn talk about Doctor Who: Best and Worst One-Off Characters, games we are playing and books we are reading, Firefly: an overview, find lots of general news, and a variety of other stuff, specifically:

    • 00:00 – Intro and theme tune.
    • 00:44 — Welcome!
    • 01:03 – News:
    • 01:22 — Doctor Who: Lindsay Duncan announced as a Special companion!
    • 02:19 — Doctor Who: BBC planning a Stage Show?
    • 03:53 — Doctor Who: Zimbabwe hoarding lost Doctor Who episodes?
    • 05:11 — Sarah Jane Adventures: Ronnie Corbett to star in Comic Relief Special.
    • 05:50 — Dollhouse: Starts off to poor ratings in Friday Night Death Slot.
    • 06:43 — Dead Like Me: Back from the dead via direct to DVD special.
    • 08:22 — Watchmen: Several versions of the film – long, very long and ginormous!
    • 10:21 — Futurama: Possibility of a sixth season, back on Fox…
    • 10:58 — Star Trek: The new film is getting more ‘Rock and Roll’.
    • 12:57 — Pride and Predator: new Jane Austen vs. Predator film.
    • 14:16 — The Shat: William Shatner wants to be Prime Minister of Canada.
    • 16:54 – Doctor Who: Best and Worst One-Off Characters.
    • 40:01 – Games we’re playing and books we’re reading.
    • 45:06 – Firefly: an overview.
    • 62:50 – Emails and listener feedback.* Hit us yourself at show@StaggeringStories.net
    • 69:07 – Farewell for this podcast!
    • 69:35 — End theme, disclaimer, copyright, etc.

    Vital Links:

    • Staggering Stories.
    • BBC: Doctor Who.
    • Wikipedia: Lindsay Duncan.
    • Wikipedia: Zimbabwe.
    • BBC: The Sarah Jane Adventures.
    • Fox: Dollhouse.
    • Dead Like Me.
    • Watchmen Film.
    • Wikipedia: Futurama.
    • Star Trek.
    • BBC News: Sir Elton makes alien Austen film.
    • William Shatner.
    • Fallout 3.
    • Wikipedia: The Time Traveler’s Wife.
    • Wikipedia: Stardust (novel).
    • World of Warcraft.
    • H P Lovecraft.
    • Andy’s Game-On review.
    • Wikipedia: David Gemmell’s Legend.
    • Galactic Civilizations II.
    • EA’s Spore.
    • Wikipedia: Firefly.
    • Nea’s Blog.
    • Doctor Who Convention: Time Quest 09.
    • Doctor Who Convention: Invasion 09.
    • Doctor Who: Tin Dog Podcast.


  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 83: The Destroyer of Delights Key 2 Time Part 2

    Tin Dog Podcast

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    10:04 (GMT) - 1 Mar 2009

    118. Doctor Who: Key 2 Time - Destroyer of Delights Starring PETER DAVISON Featuring DAVID TROUGHTON and JASON WATKINSWith CIARA JANSON as AMY (Duration: 120' Approx) CAST: Peter Davison (The Doctor), Ciara Janson (Amy), David Troughton (The Black Guardian), Jason Watkins (Legate of the Caliph), Jess Robinson (Nisrin), Bryan Pilkington (Prince Omar), Paul Chahidi (Hason), Will Barton (The Djinni), David Peart (The Vizier) SYNOPSIS: "You will be always looking in the wrong place. I have searched through all of Time and I cannot find it."The search for the Key to Time has stalled: the next segment does not appear to exist anywhere in the Universe. Forced into a temporary alliance with one of his greatest enemies, the Doctor suggests a course of action that is a validation of chaos itself.Thrown at random across Space and Time, the Doctor and Amy arrive in 9th Century Sudan, where the greedy Lord Cassim is hoarding gold from the Legate of the Caliph. But why does Cassim look so familiar? What is the mysterious Djinni that lives out in the desert? And why does it need so much treasure? AUTHOR: Jonathan Clements DIRECTOR: Lisa Bowerman SOUND DESIGN: Simon Robinson MUSIC: Simon Robinson COVER ART: Alex Mallinson NUMBER OF DISCS: 2 RECORDED DATE: 21 & 22 April 2008 RELEASE DATE: 28 February 2009 PRODUCTION CODE: 6R/B ISBN: 978-1-84435-364-4 CHRONOLOGICAL PLACEMENT: Between Planet of Fire and The Caves of Androzani and after Key 2 Time - The Judgement of Isskar << 117. Doctor Who: Key 2 Time - The Judgement of Isskar | 119. Doctor Who: Key 2 Time - The Chaos Pool >>



  • Geek Syndicate

    Geek Syndicate - Episode 108 with Watchmen Movie Review Special!

    Geek Syndicate

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    06:46 (GMT) - 28 Feb 2009

    Welcome to Episode 108

    This week Barry has a rant about the Razzies. Both the guys rant on the latest series renewal news and Dave finds probably the most awesome T-Shirt in the world. In a shocking turn of events Dave actually has some gaming news!

    In the Week that Was look out for reviews and chat on 24,Legend of the Seeker, Being Human, RoadCrewComic, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay,Invisible Inc and Lost.

    In our main we bring you our exclusive review of the Watchmen movie!

    Enjoy



  • Geek Syndicate

    Geek Syndicate - Episode 108 with Watchmen Movie Review Special!

    Geek Syndicate

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    06:46 (GMT) - 28 Feb 2009

    Welcome to Episode 108

    This week Barry has a rant about the Razzies. Both the guys rant on the latest series renewal news and Dave finds probably the most awesome T-Shirt in the world. In a shocking turn of events Dave actually has some gaming news!

    In the Week that Was look out for reviews and chat on 24,Legend of the Seeker, Being Human, RoadCrewComic, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay,Invisible Inc and Lost.

    In our main we bring you our exclusive review of the Watchmen movie!

    Enjoy



  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 82: The Romans - sorry about the sound quality

    Tin Dog Podcast

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    09:41 (GMT) - 27 Feb 2009

    Synopsis With the TARDIS stuck at the bottom of a cliff, the four time travellers have ingratiated themselves into an unoccupied Roman villa. The owner, Flavius Giscard is away campaigning in Gaul. As the Doctor and Ian recline, Barbara and Vicki walk to the nearby Roman village. At the market they are spotted by two slave traders, Didius and Sevcheria. When they return to the villa the Doctor announces that he is off to Rome, some miles away, and will travel there with Vicki. Later that evening Barbara and Ian, now alone, are relaxing when the two slavers burst in upon them. They are soon overpowered and taken prisoner. Ian is sold to one slave owner, while Barbara is to be traded with another and sent to Rome. The Doctor and Vicki are en route for Rome when they find the murdered body of a lyre player named Maximus Pettulian. The Doctor is holding the man's lyre when a Centurion arrives and mistakes him for the dead man who is late for an engagement in Rome. The Centurion thus accompanies them to Assysium. Once stationed at an inn there, the Centurion makes contact with the mute assassin Ascaris, who killed the real Pettulian, and instructs him to kill the Doctor. The assassin draws his sword and heads off to the Doctor's chambers. The Doctor overpowers the assassin and, along with Vicki, drives him away through an open window. It seems the Centurion has fled, and the Doctor concludes the soldier was in league with the assassin. He decides to maintain his alias as Pettulian and head onward to the city of Rome. Barbara is meanwhile already in the city and is soon sold in open auction for 10,000 sesterces to a man named Tavius, who is highly placed in the court of the Emperor Nero. She is to be a handmaiden to Nero's wife, Poppaea. Tavius is a kindly man but warns that if she tries to escape her slavery that she will be killed. The Doctor and Vicki arrive at Nero's court too and encounter Tavius, who seems to imply to the Doctor that Pettulian is part of a secret network in which he is also a player. Further discussion is interrupted by the arrival of Nero himself, a laughable excuse for a leader who seems arrogant, vain and selfish. The Doctor cleverly avoids an extended lyre concert and then have the freedom of the court. On one walk around they find the body of the Centurion who imperilled them earlier. Ian has been confined to a galley in the Mediterranean but the craft soon runs into rough seas and is broken up. He is washed to the nearby shore and there is found by another survivor of the galley, Delos, who has saved his life and removes the last of his chains. They agree to head for Rome in search of Barbara. When they reach there, however, they are captured by some centurions. Taken to the arena they are set to be trained as gladiators - and their first opponents will be the lions. It becomes apparent to the Doctor that Tavius had the Centurion murdered and that he too is expected to fulfil some sort of action. Nero decides the Doctor must fulfil an obligation too, and organises a banquet in his honour at which he must play the lyre. He also takes a shine to Barbara and starts to pursue her romantically - and literally - much to the anger of Empress Poppea, who decides to have her poisoned at the Pettulian banquet. Barbara has just left the banquet chamber when the Doctor arrives there, warning the Emperor that he has learnt his wine could be poisoned. It has been, as part of Poppea's plan. The Doctor is soon put to perform centre stage and picks up his lyre with the warning that only those with the most sensitive and perceptive hearing will be able to discern its subtle melody. He then creates absolutely no sound but has created a climate in which no-one wishes to make themselves out to be philistines by not appreciating the music. Nero is not convinced, however, and in private fumes against the deception. He decides to have Pettulian fed to the lions. Meanwhile, at the arena itself Ian and Delos have been trained as gladiators and are set to fight each other. With Nero watching them they are told to battle to the death. Delos and Ian decide to fight their way out of the arena instead, and Ian is able to shout to the watching Barbara that he will be back to rescue her before he and Delos flee. The Emperor calls off his soldiers when it becomes clear they cannot be caught, planning to have him killed when he returns to rescue Barbara. A crowd of soldiers are arranged at the palace. The Doctor has meanwhile found the architectural plans for Nero's new Rome, and deduces that since the year is 64 AD that the Emperor is planning to destroy the city. Tavius arrives and warns the Doctor that the Emperor is planning to kill him too, advising him to fulfil his mission and kill Nero soon. It seems that Pettulian was an assassin all along. The Doctor and Vicki decide to leave quickly but before departing accidentally set fire to Nero's architectural plans. The Emperor notices this and decides to burn down the city, thanking the Doctor and deciding after all to spare his life. A rabble are bribed into starting the blaze and while anarchy rages Ian is helped into the palace by Tavius, who reunites him with Barbara. Under Tavius' eye the two are allowed to escape and make their way from Rome and back to the villa. Delos helps them get clear of the palace, parting from his friend Ian. The Doctor and Vicki also escape the city, watching it burn from a nearby hill. By the time the Doctor and Vicki return to the villa, Ian and Barbara have spruced themselves up, and the Doctor mistakenly assumes that they have not even left the villa. All four leave in the TARDIS but have barely begun to travel when a strange force starts dragging the ship to an unknown location.



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro - Gallifrey '09 Podcast Panel

    Radio Free Skaro

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    23:29 (GMT) - 25 Feb 2009

    At Gallifrey '09, three of the most preeminent Doctor Who podcasts around - Podshock, Tachyon TV, and Radio Free Skaro - converged for a tell all panel entitled "So You Want To Podcast Doctor Who?", ready to dispense vital information to a room full of eager fans wanting to venture into the cutthroat world of podcasting.

    With three panelists per podcast, the panel was chock full of on-air talent; it looked like the Yalta Conference of podcasting. Of course, occuring at 11:00 AM on a Saturday morning, the energy in the room was far from palpable. And the party only really began once Damon from Tachyon TV started dispensing beer to all who wanted one (some of the panelists had, at that point, barely stopped drinking since the previous afternoon). But the panel's main goal was achieved - there actually more people in the audience than on the panel.

    Have a listen to the audio from the event here.




  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro - Gallifrey '09 Podcast Panel

    Radio Free Skaro

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    23:29 (GMT) - 25 Feb 2009

    At Gallifrey '09, three of the most preeminent Doctor Who podcasts around - Podshock, Tachyon TV, and Radio Free Skaro - converged for a tell all panel entitled "So You Want To Podcast Doctor Who?", ready to dispense vital information to a room full of eager fans wanting to venture into the cutthroat world of podcasting.

    With three panelists per podcast, the panel was chock full of on-air talent; it looked like the Yalta Conference of podcasting. Of course, occuring at 11:00 AM on a Saturday morning, the energy in the room was far from palpable. And the party only really began once Damon from Tachyon TV started dispensing beer to all who wanted one (some of the panelists had, at that point, barely stopped drinking since the previous afternoon). But the panel's main goal was achieved - there actually more people in the audience than on the panel.

    Have a listen to the audio from the event here.




  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #126 - The End of Our Tether

    Radio Free Skaro

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    23:29 (GMT) - 22 Feb 2009

    And so the post-Gallifrey exhaustion set in, and our stalwart heroes were left with nothing more than depression and a paltry smattering of news. And yet they soldiered on, digressing and discussing as before. Only..many weeks to go before Gallifrey 2010.



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #126 - The End of Our Tether

    Radio Free Skaro

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    23:29 (GMT) - 22 Feb 2009

    And so the post-Gallifrey exhaustion set in, and our stalwart heroes were left with nothing more than depression and a paltry smattering of news. And yet they soldiered on, digressing and discussing as before. Only..many weeks to go before Gallifrey 2010.



  • Podshock

    Doctor Who: Podshock - 141

    Podshock

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    15:32 (GMT) - 22 Feb 2009

    Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 141
    Running Time: 0:54:46

    LIVE on stage at Gallifrey 20 in Los Angeles, CA with special guests Phil Collinson, Daphne Ashbrook, and Toby Hadoke. Hosted by Ken Deep, Louis Trapani, and James Naughton.

    Brought to you by the Gallifreyan Embassy and presented by Outpost Gallifrey.

    Do you want the Enhanced Podcast AAC file format? Get our Enhanced Podcast version of this episode using our feed at http://www.gallifreyanembassy.org/podshock/podshock.xml.



  • Tachyon TV Podcasts

    Tachyon TV Goes to Gallifrey

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    23:30 (GMT) - 21 Feb 2009

    'Barry said to me...'. The Tachyon TV team head to LA to conduct interviews with Kai Owen, Toby Hadoke, Rob Shearman, Terrance Dicks, Phil Ford, Wendy Padbury, Frasier Hines and Phil Collinson.



  • Doctor Who Review Today

    EPISODE 27 - Review of The Trial of a Timelord Part 1 and Human Nature

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    20:00 (GMT) - 20 Feb 2009

    E-Mail feedback to carrie_king99@yahoo.com or dollhousepodcast@yahoo.com



  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 81: The Rescue and Transit of Venus

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    11:44 (GMT) - 20 Feb 2009

    Synopsis The TARDIS crew is still missing Susan Foreman when the ship lands on a planet the Doctor eventually recognises as Dido, a world he has visited before. The trio soon encounter two survivors of a space crash, Vicki and Bennett, who are awaiting a rescue ship, due to arrive in three days time. Vicki and Bennett live in fear of Koquillion, a bipedal inhabitant of Dido which is stalking the area. Koquillion encounters the time travellers and attacks, pushing Barbara over a cliff and temporarily trapping Ian and the Doctor. Vicki finds Barbara injured and rescues her from Koquillion, and they share reminiscences. Vicki's father was amongst those who died when the survivors of the crash, save Bennett and Vicki, were lured to their deaths by the natives of Dido. She is evidently very lonely, having befriended an indigenous Sand Beast for company. However, when Ian and the Doctor reach the ship tempers are fraught because Barbara mistook the Sand Beast for a threat and killed it. The Doctor enters Bennett's room, and finds things are not as they seem. The supposedly crippled Bennett is missing, and a tape recorder hides his absence. He finds a trap door in the floor of the cabin and follows it to a temple carved from rock where he unmasks Koquillion as Bennett. Bennett reveals he killed a crewmember on board the ship and was arrested, but the ship crashed before the crime could be radioed to Earth. It was he who killed the crash survivors and the natives of Dido to cover his crime. He has been using the Koquillion alias so that Vicki would back up his story. Just as Bennett is about to kill the Doctor, two surviving native Didonians arrive and force Bennett to his death over a ledge. With no living family and nothing left for her on Dido, Vicki is welcomed aboard the TARDIS. Production Serial details by episode: Episode Broadcast date Run time Viewership (in millions) Archive "The Powerful Enemy" 2 January 1965 26:15 12.0 16mm t/r "Desperate Measures" 9 January 1965 24:36 13.0 16mm t/r [1][2][3] The series would not feature another two-part serial until a decade later with The Sontaran Experiment, although the format would become a regular feature in the Fifth Doctor era of the 1980s. Alternative titles The story had the working title Doctor Who and Tanni, which was the original name for Vicki.The 1973 Radio Times 10th anniversary special called the story The Powerful Enemy, as it titled all the early stories by the title of the first episode. Some subsequent listings repeated this error, as did the story's broadcast on some American PBS stations. Cast notes To preserve the mystery of its true identity, Koquillion was originally credited as being played by "Sydney Wilson" -- a name made up by the production team in tribute to two of the creators of Doctor Who, Sydney Newman and Donald Wilson. This was the first instance of an alias being used, in the credits, for a cast member in order to conceal a plot twist in Doctor Who. Doctor Who book The Rescue Series Target novelisations Release number 124 Writer Ian Marter Publisher Target Books Cover artist Tony Clark ISBN 0 426 20309 7 Release date August 1987 (Hardback) 21st January 1988 (Paperback) Preceded by The Macra Terror Followed by Terror of the Vervoids Commercial releases This story was released in 1994, on a double VHS With The Romans. It has also been anounced by the BBFC website that 'The Rescue' along with The Romans will be released on DVD on 23 February 2009. The DVD will have a commentary track featuring star William Russell, designer Ray Cusik & director Christopher Barry. In print A novelisation of this serial, written by Ian Marter (the actor who played companion Harry Sullivan during the Fourth Doctor era), was published by Target Books in August 1987, nearly a year after his death. Marter died soon after completing the manuscript, which was subsequently edited (with some new material added) by Nigel Robinson, editor of the Target Books line. According to Robinson, he did not have to do too many changes to Marter's manuscript, although he did have to remove an apparent reference to fellatio in an early chapter. TRANSIT OF VENUS Performed by William Russell as Ian Chesterton with Ian Hallard as Joseph Banks(Duration: 60' Approx)CAST: William Russell (Ian Chesterton), Ian Hallard (Joseph Banks)SYNOPSIS:The year is 1770, and daring explorer Captain James Cook and his crew on the Endeavour are navigating the Pacific Ocean.Into their midst come strangers: the Doctor and Ian Chesterton, who are believed to have come from Venus. But the TARDIS is lost to them - along with both Susan and Barbara - and Ian makes an enemy of the ship's chief scientist, Joseph Banks.Why is Banks acting strangely? Could it be that the travellers are not the only visitors from the stars?AUTHOR: Jacqueline RaynerDIRECTOR:Nigel FairsSOUND DESIGN:David DarlingtonMUSIC:David DarlingtonCOVER ART:Simon HolubNUMBER OF DISCS:1 CDRECORDED DATE:3 November 2008RELEASE DATE:31 January 2009PRODUCTION CODE:BFPDWCC16ISBN:978-1-84435-356-9



  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #104 - Neues vom Trick-Star

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    19:07 (GMT) - 19 Feb 2009

    Heute gibt es mal einen kleinen Cast fur zwischendurch. In der kurzen Zeit besprechen wir die restliche Post, die sich seit dem Cast 101 hier gesammelt hat und ausserdem gibt es ein Review der wirklich sehr guten SJA-Folge "The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith". Des weiteren sind wir seit knapp zwei Wochen auch unter Twitter zu finden...



 
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