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Arrow of Time

Arrow of Time
Description:
In the not too distant future we get you back in time so you can have an excellent adventure with your favorite time traveling doctor. Doctor Who? Exactly. (Hint: It ' s a Doctor Who podcast.)

Homepage: http://arrowoftime.nexthttp.com

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Arrow of Time Statistics
Episodes:
142
Average Episode Duration:
0:1:01:38
Longest Episode Duration:
0:2:44:32
Total Duration of all Episodes:
6 days, 1 hours, 51 minutes and 48 seconds
Earliest Episode:
9 May 2019 (7:20pm GMT)
Latest Episode:
26 November 2018 (3:30pm GMT)
Average Time Between Episodes:
17 days, 4 hours, 20 minutes and 14 seconds

Arrow of Time Episodes

  • 064 - Don't Splink

    21 September 2013 (7:20pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 56 minutes and 44 seconds

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    You said it couldn’t be done (and you may still be right), but we continue to churn out our weekly reviews of all the Doctors (and some other stuff, too). This being the third week, we examine that Intergalactic Man of Mystery, Jon Pertwee. Dapper and dandy, he's pretty handy with his sonic screwdriver. And his car is swell, too.

    Babelcolour’s back, and this time it’s personal. If you see only one Third Doctor tribute this week, make sure it’s “The Action Hero”: http://youtu.be/ENg0N-EC07c

    And finally, join Jon Pertwee as he teaches us Splink, the safest way to cross the street since you won’t be able to remember any of it and will just stay home instead: http://youtu.be/_r1UiNZ3G4Y



  • 063 - Troughton Fountain

    14 September 2013 (10:40pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 4 minutes and 43 seconds

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    We go from curmudgeonly grandpa to cosmic hobo this week as we enter round two of our Top Eleven Doctors of All Time (in Chronological Order). Patrick Troughton brought a lot to the role, including his sense of whimsy and ability to walk ten feet without getting winded. And there’s a flute in there somewhere apparently? In any case, we use “The Mind Robber” and “Some Other Episodes, Probably” to take a good look back at the Second Doctor.

    For this week’s WhoTube, the colours just keep on babeling with “Babelcolour Tribute: The Cosmic Hobo” - http://youtu.be/1Xm26StUZVY



  • 062 - Closer to the Hartnell

    7 September 2013 (8:05pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 3 minutes and 29 seconds

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    We are rapidly approaching fifty years of Doctor Who, and so we’d like to take some time to reflect upon the eleven incarnations of the show’s title role. No, not all at once, even we’re not that crazy/drunk, just one per week until the 50th Anniversary special. Since we’re doing these all chronological like, first up we focus on William Hartnell (which of course means we talk at length about Batman). From humble beginnings as someone who wasn’t portraying the Doctor, Hartnell charmed his way into our hearts by wearing a funny little purse hat, flubbing his lines a lot, and being generally disagreeable toward other characters and sometimes inanimate objects.

    If you’d like to use a WhoTube to get up to speed on this Hartnell fellow, ”Babelcolour Tribute – The Grandfather” will do the trick: http://youtu.be/NoxQKGDPtoo



  • 061 - The Angry One With All the Swear Words

    13 August 2013 (11:35pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 55 minutes and 3 seconds

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    Last week we were sort of blindsided by the revelation that the next Doctor was exactly who we expected, and thus did not deliver our usual hard-hitting commentary. Now that we’ve had some time to process the information, we bring in our resident Who expert Dave and give Peter Capaldi a proper evaluation. Can he cut the mustard? Will he relish the challenge? I don’t know, but I could suddenly go for a hot dog.

    If the title of this episode is bothering you with its randomness you’ll appreciate this WhoTube, the precisely named “Peter Capaldi as the Doctor – Animated” by OnlyLeigh: http://youtu.be/qIzEgax3nOQ



  • 060 - Britain's Next Top Doctor

    5 August 2013 (1:58am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 27 minutes and 56 seconds

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    "Hello, sweetie!"The day of reckoning is upon us; the twelfth Doctor revealed! It is with a heavy heart we discover that Gordon Ramsey will not play the coveted role. (We really hope you didn’t place any bets on that.) Still, we’re spinning this into a success, as we maintain our record of 80% wrong, a feat claimed by no other podcast! Though in this case we were closer to 100% wrong. The real man of the hour is a strapping young man named Peter Capaldi, to whom the sonic screwdriver has been passed. Look forward to his first appearance in the Christmas special, assuming he doesn’t fall into a ditch or something since I sort of made up that “strapping young man” bit.

    For those of you with an awful memory we have the perfect WhoTube for your weary neurons, “11th Doctor Tribute (Part 1) – Unforgettable” by the always memorable DoctorDoggmatic: http://youtu.be/AFPRhjSYJdo



  • 059 - So Long, and Thanks for All the Smith

    25 July 2013 (10:21pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 28 minutes and 56 seconds

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    As always, the Arrow of Time is proud to be your number one source for timely Doctor Who news! We can now confirm unequivocally that Matt Smith’s hair will be leaving the show. Also: the rest of him. I know, we were just as shocked as you! So shocked, it took us weeks to get our act together and record a podcast about it. Listen along as we run through
    month-old rumors about who will play the next regeneration of everyone's favorite Time Lord, and of course throw some of our own picks into the hat as well*!

    If you want to reminisce about the well-coiffed times with the Eleventh Doctor, give the curiously punctuated “protectors of earth * {doctor who}” by Mirien3 a watch: http://youtu.be/0ESOi1XfA58

    *The opinions expressed by the hosts do not necessarily indicate the views of the Arrow of Time podcast or its hosts.



  • 058 - The Bits Are Better Than the Whole

    4 June 2013 (7:07am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 40 minutes and 44 seconds

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    DoctorWho7

    Get your retro shoes on because in this episode we take a nice jaunt through this past season in a retrospective of both series(es) 7A and 7B. We look at the good, the bad, and the decent and continue to nitpick each and every bit to death.

    We also have a special WhoTube Two-fer! For the 7A portion we have a great video recapping the adventures with the Ponds in YouTube user Emily Karlein’s sweet vid titled “Doctor Who – [This is the end.]“

    Bringing up the reigns on 7B is YouTube user Solariene and their tribute to the mystery of Clara in ”The Doctor and Clara – Who is she?” For your earful pleasure we have scored our breaks with the songs “I Need A Doctor” by Dr. Dre (Feat. Eminem and Skylar Grey) and ”U Luv’ It But U Dis’ It” by Bad Credit.



  • 057 - Bringing the Hurt

    29 May 2013 (1:51am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 16 minutes and 36 seconds

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    The last episodic outing before Doctor Who’s golden anniversary attempts to answer the oldest question in the universe: “What’s all this, then?” Failing that, it aims to reveal “The Name of the Doctor” and botches that one pretty squarely as well. It finally settles on giving us surprisingly loud Whisper Men and a distinct lack of chair throwing, along with something about what Clara’s deal is? I don’t know, I was distracted by space hair.

    Unlike a certain fussy Time Lord, the name of this week’s WhoTube is no secret. YouTube user KatrinDepp brings us “Are you gonna save this one?” all about Clara and Bernie The Doctor: http://youtu.be/O-w_RbDEt4Q



  • 056 - America's Sweetheart, Warwick Davis

    17 May 2013 (5:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 1 minutes and 8 seconds

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    Come with us on a journey of fake moons, rundown attractions, and Cybermen who upgrade themselves more often than Facebook! We are joined again by Dave and excitedly babble our way through “Nightmare in Silver,” the penultimate episode of episode 7B. Oh, and Warwick Davis is sparkly.

    If you’re looking for more Cybers (I could have phrased that better), look no further than this Cyber-tastic (I hope that’s not a real phrase) WhoTube by iheartbatman1969. It’s a great Cyberman tribute set to “Mr. Roboto” by Styx. This Cyber video is so well done you could call it Cyber-Optic! (Sorry that was just terrible): http://youtu.be/novoZMzVgp0



  • 055 - Wasting Away in Sweetville

    10 May 2013 (1:06am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 14 minutes and 53 seconds

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    It may have taken the better part of whatever we’re calling the current chunk of Doctor Who (I suggest “semi-series”), but Mark Gatiss gets it right, serving up a tasty helping of “The Crimson Horror.” While we recommend against eating television shows (leave that to us professionals), we do suggest listening to the latest Arrow of Time as part of a balanced podcast diet. Bon appetit!

    You got your Who in my Tubes! Yeah, well you got your Tubes in my Who! Both of you stop saying weird things, how about, and instead watch this choice cut from YouTube user equixen entitled “It’s Out Of My Hands – Nine and Clara”: http://youtu.be/NbkqbuFUrHc



  • 054 - Around the TARDIS in Just Under an Hour

    5 May 2013 (6:20pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 45 minutes and 1 second

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    Four guys walk into a TARDIS looking for a girl... wait, you’ve heard this one? Okay, how about the one where four guys walk into a TARDIS looking for salvage? You say that’s the same thing? That I’m just repackaging old ideas and saying them in a different way? No, I’m not taking Moffat lessons (that was last week). This week, listen along as we go ’round and ’round the TARDIS until we fall down into the middle-ish bits of the old girl.

    If your appetite for Doctor Who is not yet sufficiently whetted, take a gander at this week’s WhoTube, “Doctor Who and the TARDIS: When World’s Collide”: http://youtu.be/6o34PUeNeoo



  • 053 - Taking Moffat Lessons

    26 April 2013 (1:01am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 0 minutes and 57 seconds

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    Boo! Ha ha, did I scare you? Of course not, you were just reading some– BOO! Okay, I know I got you that time! No? Well, then maybe listening to us talk about “Hide” will get you into a spookier mood. Though, to be fair, our podcast is not particularly scary unless you have a phobia of tangents and puns.

    This week’s WhoTube has received an upgrade to Super thanks to Natbrat32′s “Ultimate SuperWho” Supernatural/Doctor Who crossover: http://youtu.be/oWGk7bJhKXc



  • 052 - Distracted By Arthur Darvill's Charming Acting Ability

    18 April 2013 (1:44am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 24 minutes and 15 seconds

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    This week we harken back to the old days, when we would unceremoniously cram two episodes of Who into one podcast, the difference being that this time I’m going to throw in some ceremony. So, henceforth and without delaye, by Official Decree and with all due Pomp and/or Circumstance, the Arrowe of Time doth lay forth the episodes twain, “The Rings of Akhaten”and “Cold War” for placing upon the Populace’s manifold Ears and Mindes. And now I will never write like that again.

    Our first and last “FanVid of the Week,” more commonly known as WhoTube, was created by YouTube user James Farr and is entitled “Blink To The Future – A Doctor Who / BTTF Mashup”: http://youtu.be/dmK3AQ2Yozk



  • 051 - A Different Kind of Hack

    4 April 2013 (3:37am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 11 minutes and 48 seconds

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    First and foremost, we here at The Arrow of Time would like to apologize to our witty and attractive listeners for the wildly fluctuating audio quality in this week’s podcast; we’ll have it patched by next week. Second and nextmost(?), we gathered up five fantastic fans to watch the premiere of S7P2, “The Bells of Saint John,” including newcomers Kelly and Kate. In this release of the podcast, we put our heads together and decompile the episode, wantonly ignoring the fact that it contains very little in the way of bells or saints. It’s not a bug, it’s a feature.

    Third and lastmost, but not least… most, WhoTube crashes into your high-rise office with “Doctor Who – 50th Anniversary Trailer – An Introduction to Doctor Who” by MrLazarus01: http://youtu.be/oUlJfvzRw_A



  • 050 - The Trailer of Monstrous Carnivals

    28 March 2013 (6:19am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 59 minutes and 25 seconds

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    They said it couldn’t be done: using that same cliched line in two different podcast descriptions! Or maybe they said it shouldn’t be done. Whatever the case, I really wish they would just shut up, it’s late and I’m trying to type. Dedicated podcast followers will realize that this episode concludes certain events that may have transpired previously. No spoilers, but you might call this a part two. And for this electric boogaloo, we slice-up yet another trailer with our razor sharp wit. Holy anniversary, Batman! It’s also our 50th podcast. So that’s a thing?

    Alack! What Tube through yonder Who breaks? It’s “Doctor Who: ‘The First Question’” by LastWhovianTrailers, and modern technology allows it to be a click away: http://youtu.be/rrSaTHsHNsc



  • 049 - The Carnival of Friendly Monsters

    21 March 2013 (4:56am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 6 minutes and 15 seconds

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    Forsooth, gentle viewers! This week on the podcast we reflect upon the question: “When is a bad guy not really bad?” (“When it’s ajar” was considered and rejected.) While our views sometimes alternate, on the whole we mirror each other’s feelings. Maybe that hideous eye creature from a parallel universe is just misunderstood.

    If after the podcast you’re looking to switch things up, why not check out this week’s WhoTube, “Come Sail Away // The Doctor” by user Liisakee: http://youtu.be/dGvfNUkrsBI



  • 048 - Eighty Percent Wrong

    6 March 2013 (2:55am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 41 minutes and 55 seconds

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    The Doctor and Clara

    If at first you don’t succeed, take a drink! Wait, no. Try again! And since we are overachievers here at the Arrow of Time, we do both! Here is our second attempt to record a breakdown of the trailer for the ninth series second half of the seventh series of Doctor Who. Based on past performance, we do not believe our chances of accuracy are particularly high, but no matter! Grab your favorite beverage, sit back, and try again. No, take a drink!

    Wouldn’t you know it, Matt’s gone and found another WhoTube for you to watch! It’s called “Eleventh Doctor – Urban Spaceman,” by bigshowbower and is uniformly located here: http://youtu.be/NH7wr_6cIMc



  • Keep Calm and Carry On

    15 January 2013 (2:04am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

    That is not calm, Doc.

    We have recently (and might I say finally, though it’s no one’s fault but my own) registered a proper URL for (The) Arrow of Time podcast, which will hopefully be available in the coming days at aotpodcast.com. This current page will offer a friendly redirect, and our social media sites will update accordingly when the change takes place, so don’t worry about missing a thing.

    Also, there have been requests from some listeners to get the entire catalog of podcast episodes into iTunes instead of just the most recent ten. I think I’ve figured it out, but there are two possibilities:

    • I made it work
    • I made it worse

    If you find that there are even fewer episodes or negative episodes or some other fail condition let us know by commenting here or Tweeting or FaceBooking, whatever you kids do these days.

     



  • 047 - The Impossible Companion

    8 January 2013 (1:55am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 32 minutes and 11 seconds

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    Brr… Do you feel a chill? As though someone just wrote a terrible opening to a podcast description? Don’t worry, it’s just the snowmen! I mean “The Snowmen!” And you should probably worry, because they might/will eat you/your thoughts. The only defense is listening to Matt, Joseph, Dave, and Gabe talk about The Doctor, Clara, some old guy, and lots of snowmen in our latest episodic outing! Well, that or a flamethrower. Maybe they put those inside Christmas crackers.

    It’s not too late to unwrap you Christmas WhoTube, “Christmas Eve // Doctor Who” by Liisakee: http://youtu.be/Ag4ZOgGxrsc



  • 046 - Snow Business

    25 December 2012 (11:34pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 41 minutes and 36 seconds

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    It’s an Arrow of Time first: posting a podcast on Christmas day! It helps that said podcast is also about Christmas. You can’t manufacture this kind of synergy. While us US Americans may still be several hours away from experiencing the snowmen of “The Snowmen,” this does not dissuade us from speculating about it anyway. We may only have the briefest moments of footage, but has this stopped us before? (No. The answer is no.) Grab yourself some spiced egg nog and fire up the yuletide log while you listen to this cast of pod. Well, that almost worked.

    If you’re enjoying your Christmas too much, may we suggest this week’s WhoTube. YouTube user TouchdownPossum does a fine editing job, though I question their choice of music in Doctor Who: I’m Gonna Spend My Christmas With a Dalek”: http://youtu.be/t_ogvSEd1rA



  • 045 - The Podcast Hangs in the Balance

    21 December 2012 (7:22pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 46 minutes and 19 seconds

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    Welp, it was a good run folks. I mean, we have a hard enough time making podcasts in a non-post-apocalyptic world! After today, fending off constant mutant attacks and protecting our fuel stash will probably leave very little time to record chats about the Doctor’s top ten hats or whatever. Still, we will not go gentle into the night (a reference which far exceeds this podcast’s grasp), so here’s one last hurrah about Doctor Who episodes wherein the world(s) are in a similar end-y sort of predicament. Matt also introduces a new quiz segment. No ancient civilization could have predicted that! Now, from all of us here at the Arrow of Time, I say good luck and farewell.

    That is, until next week when we do the hat thing.

    If you have a moment between dodging solar flares and rogue planets, find the nearest working computer and fire up the utlimate WhoTube, “Doctor Who Tribute: It’s The End Of The World As We Know It” by TheOneandOnlyWhovian:
    http://youtu.be/8Dnvx86PBUE



  • Holy Mayan Angelou!!!

    21 December 2012 (5:26pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

    So it is officially December 21st, 2012, which means that according to American time the world should be ending soon. To pay tribute to the end of the world and how we will escape this little catastrophe, I made a foolish picture using the highly technical program “Paint,” along with photos that I have zero rights to. Since we’re all sitting on our thumbs waiting for the Christmas special, I have been catching up on my second most addicted-to show Supernatural. I may knock it from time to time but it really is quite fun and there are several cross over references from Doctor Who, so the the writers know what’s up. I say since Sam and Dean have put in some serious time saving all of existence as well as the Doc, I’ll throw them a bone here, ENJOY!

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  • Holy Mayan Angelou!!!

    21 December 2012 (11:30am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

    So it is officially December 21st, 2012, which means that according to America time the world should be ending soon. To pay tribute to the end of the world and how we will escape this little catastrophe, I made a foolish picture using the highly technical program “Paint”, along with photos that I have zero rights to. Since we’re all sitting on our thumbs waiting for the Christmas special, I have been catching up on my second most addicted-to show “Supernatural.” I may knock it from time to time but it really is quite fun and there are several cross over references from Doctor Who, so the the writers know what’s up. I say since Sam and Dean have put in some serious time saving all of existence as well as the Doc, I’ll throw them a bone here, ENJOY!

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  • 044 - Steven Moffat is a Hack

    13 October 2012 (11:10pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 38 minutes and 27 seconds

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    The episode has finally arrived, the inevitable swan song of our favorite companions named after a body of water, Jackson Lake and his son — wait, my producer is telling me it’s Rory and Amy. Which is weird because I don’t have a producer. Sounds like a paradox, the favored story-telling device of television producer and writer Steven T. Moffat! On this podcast, we don’t let SteMo pull the timey-wimey wool over our eyes and dissect “The Angels Take Manhattan,” trying to feel sad about the loss of the Ponds, but being too caught up in paradoxes and plot holes to find the time.

    If you’re jonesing for that warm, fuzzy feeling, WhoTube has your fix with ”You put your arms around me and I’m home” by VickiLovesDoctorWho: http://youtu.be/OverklPHJNs

    This week you received a well needed break for our yammering from They Might Be Giants and their cover of “New York City.”



  • 043 - Rantings and Guessings

    2 October 2012 (8:55am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 42 minutes and 52 seconds

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    In this late bloomer of an episode, Matt and Dave talk about Moffat’s recent snubbing (in our opinion) at the Emmy’s as well as speculating what will befall Rory and Amy in the next episode which hasn’t aired yet at this point of our time stream. I don’t like to think of it so much as a podcast going up late, but just keeping with Moffat’s unpredictable timey wimey-ness. Either way take a listen and see if we even get close to what will happen, or what did happen, yeah I’m not sure either.

    Our Who Tube today comes from Calapine who brings us a smashing good compilation entitled The Black Parade (A Doctor Who Fan Vid)

    The Music used in the episode was “The Face Of Boe” by the one and only Murray Gold, and “We’ll Meet Again” by Vera Lynn.



  • 042 - Cube Hurt

    27 September 2012 (5:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 15 minutes and 26 seconds

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    “Billions and Billions…. of little black alien cubes are falling from the sky, run for your life!” – Carl Sagan

    That’s right the cubes are a-fallin’ and we are a-podcastin’. We hash out all the important topics like “which plot line should we follow?”, “Why was the Doctor so busy playing Wii, what’s wrong with XBox?” and “Why didn’t he have the Sonic Screw Driver Wii Remote?” So go outside, snatch out a cube, tune in and watch how it reacts to our latest podcast.

    Our Who Tube today comes from the incredible stylings of lightandwaves who gives us a beautifully somber video portraying “We’re All Stories In The End”

    http://www.youtu.be/M5ULoiTx86M

    The music used in this episode was “The Chicken Dance” by Die-Hard Polka Band and “Gleaming The Cube” by Robbin Thompson



  • 041 - A Fistful Of Doctors

    23 September 2012 (2:55am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 18 minutes and 8 seconds

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    “The Doc’s ALIVE! He’s in the in old west but he’s alive!” -Martin McFly.

    This week we strap on our shiniest spurs, saddle up and go with the Doctor to the final frontier land (remembering to think 4th dimensionally of course because when we hit 88, those Indians won’t even be there). This week we are joined by an all-star cast of Matt, Gabe, Dave, and Scott for “A Town Called Mercy”.

    The music this episode was “The Magnificent Seven (Theme)” by Elmer Bernstein, and “Blazing Saddles” by Frankie Laine.

    For our Who Tube this week we are graced by the wonderful TardisGirlFrance and her vast collection of Doctor Who clips new and old in “Doctor Who – 45 Years in the Tardis.”



  • 040 - Roommates On A Podcast

    16 September 2012 (3:48am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 53 minutes and 16 seconds

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    This week we are joined by brand spanking new guest and roommate Gabe (hopefully he knew that part of the lease meant being on our podcast). We chew the land mammal fat about Dinosaurs On A Spaceship starring half the cast from Harry Potter. So grab your fake shaving cream canisters full of dinosaur embryos and enjoy!

    Our music used was “Jurassic Park” by “Weird Al” Yankovic and the “The Theme to Jurassic Park” by Sir John of Williams.

    Our Who Tube this week is by a man who calls himself “WhatTravisSays” with the ever insightful “Sh*t Doctor Who Fans Say”, and it’s true too!



  • 039 - Daleks Unchained

    9 September 2012 (1:14am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 44 minutes and 43 seconds

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    The new series of Doctor Who has arrived with “Asylum of the Daleks,” and we wasted almost no time (lots of time) taking to the netwaves to talk about it, along with special guest Dave and his Doctor Who socks! This week finds our heroes on a terrifying asylum planet where the craziest Daleks are sent to head in a straight line while giddily screaming various interjections. Wait, how is this any different than a sane Dalek? Something to do with chains, probably.

    You may not have the time to listen to me whine, but hopefully you can fit in this week’s WhoTube by K9HumpsMyLeg called “Doctor Who - Asylum of the Daleks – Basket Case”: http://youtu.be/3Tw43xcN1Kw



  • 038 - Now in Glorious Standard Definition

    29 August 2012 (5:58pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 33 minutes and 38 seconds

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    Hold the presses and stop the phones, it’s an Arrow of Time first! This week we put the “multi” in multimedia! We wanted our review of the latest Who game, The Eternity Clock, to take the form of a playthrough, and a video podcast is the stunning result! The actual game is less than stunning, however. Since this is new for us we hope it doesn’t overload any pods upon which it has been cast, and appreciate any feedback in case we attempt a video again.

    If you are now in need of an emergency injection of high-def, Dr. WhoTube will supply 30 cc’s of “Doctor Who – The Destroyer Of Worlds (HD)” by tjcrazy: http://youtu.be/eF957MVXgSI

    The vortex animation in the opening titles was created by YouTube user thomasjt017, and can be found here: http://youtu.be/QgA10wXkxbM

    And of course, Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock is available for download on the PlayStation Network and other things, probably. Not that we’d recommend it.



  • 037 - The Second Annual Unplanned Summer Hiatus Comeback Special

    9 August 2012 (7:55pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 39 minutes and 31 seconds

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    Don’t call it a comeback! Except I just did! Our (unofficial) third season starts with the (very official) new series seven trailer for Doctor Who, which You can Tube here: http://youtu.be/qrEUBl2pacU. I’ll admit it has been a while since our last podcast. Still overusing exclamation points, though! Some things never change. For instance: we once again drag out comments about fleeting snippets of trailer footage into a full length episode! When the podcast is downloaded, you have my permission to listen. </Bane voice>

    I may not cotton to the word “fanvid,” but it doesn’t deter Matt from choosing “Doctor Who Fanvid – You’ll Be Bright” by DiarFar as this week’s WhoTube: http://youtu.be/OlMve2gKX2c

    “Mississippi” by John Linnell is the music du jour, courtesy of the first song that came up in iTunes when I hit shuffle.



  • Doctor Who and The Goblet Of Fear Her

    27 July 2012 (8:02pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

    I’m going to talk a lot about the episode “Fear Her”, if you haven’t seen it, you may want to look away because I will attempt to spoil EVERYTHING for you!!

    So today marks the beginning of the 2012 Olympics which means there will be the ceremony of lighting the goblet. A Who knows who it will be this time, well if you are a whovian you already know. A Fortunately for mankind, the Doctor lit up the goblet for the 2012 Olympics in London to help a little lost alien called an Isolus launch back into space in it’s pod and find it’s family.

    The Doctor was able to do all this before everyone in the world became a little kid’s drawing, the Doctor even became one himself, but then was freed before RTD got ahold A of the child drawing version and made a not to scale production of it, (sorry little kid who won the design a monster for Love and Monsters contest. [Although in defense of RTD maybe the original concept that the child drew wouldn't have worked and he had to scale it down for the episode. <Ah who am I kidding? A That's how it works, welcome to Hollywood kid, well at least British Hollywood. A {In Cardiff.}>])

    That was a lot of things to put in parenthesis, I think I illegally used symbols to keep going on textual tangents. A A Anyway, today marks a fun and exciting day for all and if the 10th Doctor is there lighting up the Goblet of Fire I will be giddy, if not, that just means he failed and we shall hope to get used to our new lives as children’s drawings.

    Or possibly a third choice which is the fact that it is all just a show so I should really just relax…

    Oh who am I kidding? A I’m a big nerdy fan, I have no choice to take everything distressingly seriously.

    Happy Olympics Day everyone!!!

     



  • Doctor Who And The Fandom Menace

    30 June 2012 (3:11am GMT)
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    Ok so that’s not completely how the episode naming really works, and this has nothing really to do with the Phantom Tollbooth, but hey why not, it’s an idea right? Get on itJ.J. Abrams! That’s who’s writing the show these days right? I really wouldn’t know, it’s been so long and I’ve been seriously low on my Doctor dosage, that’s I’ve been trying to get my fill from shadier less official back alley sources. I know, I’m a bit of a fiend, but either way here is some of what I’ve found that you out there have been coming up with. Thank you, and enjoy!

     

    Remember that one Peanuts special where Charlie Brown attempted to wipeout the entire beagle species?

     

    So are Bill and Ted in the time vortex? Or did The Doctor and Rose end up in the circuits of time?

     

     

    The Captain Jacks- Oh to be a fly on the wall of that conversation….. ”Where’s the rum gone?” “What’s that about my bum?” “I want to punch everyone in the face!”

     

    “Wait a second Doc, you’re telling me that you built a tiiiime machine out of Police Box?”

     

    Doc-tor Whooooooo-ooooooooo!

     

    It doesn’t work on wood, but how about Azkaban imprisonment worthy curses?

     

    COUSIN! Come let us go traveling through all of space and time! Not now?! Maybe some other time then? Ha ha cousin, see what it is I have done there?

     

    Oh come on Pixar, you know you want to!

     

    I kind of love Animal as Colin Baker, and of course Rizzo the 9th Doctor is having none of it. I just wonder where Statler and Waldorf would fit into this.

     

    Ahh another Doctor Who Christmas special. How could this go terribly wrong?

     

    Here is an actual panel from an actual Buffy The Vampire Slayer comic. I think Joss Whedon and Russell T. Davies are flirting.

     

    For some reason Captain Jack’s death grip cling to the Tardis through vortex doesn’t seem that impressive anymore…

     

    Wait, then who’s accompanying Luke???

     

    Every Doctor in Whoville liked specials a lot…

     

    Well everyone thanks for checking in, and a huge thank you to all the fans out there making all this great stuff! Things like this make these obscene Series gaps less uh gap-ful. Thank you for all you do and keep up all that quirky, creative work and we’ll continue to enjoy it. Until next time!!!!!

    -AOT Matt

     



  • 036 - Fraser McAlpine, Please Don't Kill Us

    11 May 2012 (5:24am GMT)
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    Fraser McAlpine

    This week we invite the wrath of one Mr. Fraser McAlpine! (Help.)

    I think it’s safe to post a WhoTube, so here’s Nancy Blackett’s “Doctor Who: Moving Right Along” (eek he saw us): http://youtu.be/mo6QeBmXn18



  • 035 - Serious Series Seven Speculation

    13 April 2012 (10:06pm GMT)
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    No more fooling around, we’re back to chattin’ ’bout the Who. This here episode is one of those what-it-says-on-the-tin types. You didn’t really think I was going to come up with a more clever title? And give up all of that wonderful alliteration? In case you are not yet familiar with the series seven trailer, mash this jumble of symbols to access it: http://youtu.be/P8YLb4Z4jU0, then tune your audio machine to our latest podcast!

    If you’re tiring of these bothersome things called “words,” check out this week’s WhoTube, a Ninth/Tenth/Eleventh Doctor mash-up with a twist by AceTrax2007: http://youtu.be/vpzYLdTqGGc

    Musical breaks this week are the theme to Dave Allen at Large and “Swing Over” by Barbara Moore. If you can tell me what these two songs have in common, I’ll whip up a prize for you. Maybe a Donna Noble action figure or something.



  • Day of Foolishness Complete

    2 April 2012 (10:23pm GMT)
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    To be fair every day is pretty silly around here, but we’ve changed the site from an Inspector Spacetime tribute back to its proper Doctor Who form. Hopefully you got a chuckle or two out of the switch. We’ll be keeping around some of the best bits, including the April Fools’ Day podcast, in case you want to entertain your friends/baffle your enemies.



  • Dave Can Actually Draw

    1 April 2012 (10:45pm GMT)
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    While my crude attempt at drawing a Blorgon was amusing, frequent podcast guest and actual stuff drawing person Dave showed us this sketch of the Eleventh Inspector, and we just had to share.

    Dave’s still a bit upset by the loss of Constable Reggie, so check out his DeviantArt page to cheer him up a bit. !Arriba!



  • 034 - So Rapid a Folly

    1 April 2012 (6:04am GMT)
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    A brief lull in Inspector Spacetime has left us somewhat paddle-less in the creek of podcasting. We couldn’t bring ourselves to break from our tight weekly schedule, though, so we hunkered down and recorded a short episode for our faithful listeners. We cover topics that the unending stream of IS has so far prevented us from getting to, like our thoughts on some of the previous Inspectors and associates, and just have a good time all around! We also drink tea. So much tea.

    Our Inspector QuickTime for the week comes from the eleventh Inspector himself, Travis Richey, giving an introduction to the Chicago TARDIS Con (which I guess is a typo of DARSIT?). The question isn’t where the link is… because it’s right here: http://youtu.be/M0TUb9rRU-I



  • I Can Draw 2

    1 April 2012 (6:04am GMT)
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    The power of tablet computing!



  • Is This Better?

    24 March 2012 (7:11pm GMT)
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  • I Can Draw

    24 March 2012 (3:08am GMT)
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    The power of tablet computing!



  • 033 - The Whole Thing is a WhoTube

    22 March 2012 (11:36pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 23 minutes and 37 seconds

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    Never fear, dear listeners, we haven’t forgotten about you! Between life happening and a decided lack of Doctor Who we needed some kind of inspiration for the podcast. Matt eventually hit upon just the thing by centering an entire episode around our “wildly popular” WhoTube segment! A two or three minute video would hardly suffice, so we called up the hearty three part “The Ten Doctors” (starting with part one here: http://youtu.be/_nCb3y4J850) by podcast favorite Babelcolour. We also cover a bit of Who news which is “wildly outdated,” just without the sarcastic quotes.

    This week’s episode of Doctor Who is “The Celestial Toymaker” by the BBC, so check it out at http://youtu.be/cOLF5fOhq0g



 
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