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     Doctor Who: Podshock Widget  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Saturday, June 09 2007 @ 10:08 PM EDT
     Viewed:  1,082 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Attention Mac OS X users (10.4.3 or higher), thanks to timeflight, there is now a new Doctor Who: Podshock Dashboard Widget! Listen to the latest or any previous podcast episode right from this beautifully designed widget. Click the 'i' button for info on any particular episode.


    --> Download and install it today. (332k zip file)

    Special thanks to timeflight for creating this widget and sharing it with our listeners.


     Runaway Bride & Series Three on CBC  View Printable Version  
     Author:  MikeD
     Dated:  Wednesday, June 06 2007 @ 04:48 PM EDT
     Viewed:  1,035 times  
    Doctor Who News The debut of the latest series of Doctor WHo approaches on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Doctor Who will retain its Monday nights at 8:00pm (8:30pm in Newfoundland) timeslot.

    The CBC has tentative plans to broadcast the 2006 Doctor Who Christmas special The Runaway Bride from 8:00pm to 9:30pm on Monday June 11th, 2007. The broadcast depends on the NHL Stanley Cup Finals lasting less than seven games. The Anaheim Ducks currently lead the series over the Ottawa Senators 3 games to 1 so if the Ducks win on either Wednesday the 6th or Saturday the 9th the series will be over and Doctor Who will air on June 11th. If the series goes to a seventh game The Runaway Bride will be rescheduled.

    Either way broadcast of the 2007 series on the CBC will start on Monday June 18th, 2007 at 8:00pm with Smith and Jones.

    The CBC is currently airing a promo that contains clips from The Runaway Bride, Smith & Jones, The Shakespeare Code and Gridlock.

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    Most Recent Post: 06/14 01:29PM by tarashnat

     Rigor Mortis sets back in  View Printable Version  
     Author:  DarthSkeptical
     Dated:  Tuesday, June 05 2007 @ 07:43 PM EDT
     Viewed:  672 times  
    General NewsIf you missed it the first time around—and if you're outside of the UK, chances are you did—Peter Davison and Tracy-Ann Oberman's critically acclaimed Radio 4 black comedy, Rigor Mortis, has been getting a second life on Radio 7 this spring.

    Though this notice appears to come too late for hearing most of the series on the BBC's Listen Again service, you can still catch the latest Radio 7 episode if you're quick.

    Just click here to go directly to the episode.


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    Most Recent Post: 06/05 11:15PM by DarthSkeptical

     Graeme Harper: Author  View Printable Version  
     Author:  DarthSkeptical
     Dated:  Tuesday, June 05 2007 @ 05:25 PM EDT
     Viewed:  834 times  
    General NewsIf you thought Graeme Harper was busy enough directing for both Doctor Who and The Sarah Jane Adventures, think again. He's had time to write a book about it all.

    Today, Harper the author and Harper the Doctor Who director come together with the UK release of Calling the Shots: Behind the Scenes at the New Doctor Who. The book, which will likely focus on principally his own episodes, will be out in the US in late September. It's the first time that a director of the program has ever published a book about his craft.


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    Most Recent Post: 06/06 11:23AM by MikeD

     Who is James Moran?  View Printable Version  
     Author:  DarthSkeptical
     Dated:  Tuesday, June 05 2007 @ 12:24 AM EDT
     Viewed:  1,364 times  
    General NewsLooking ahead to Series 2 of Torchwood and Series 4 of Doctor Who, one can't help but note a new name in the writers' line-up: James Moran. While most of the names announced have been around the Cardiff studios for a while now, Moran is a notable exception. Fortunately for fans, he's also a blogging exception.

    To get to know more about James Moran, all you have to do is check out his delightfully quirky site, the pen is mightier than the spork.

    In an entry posted just yesterday, for example, he gives a run-down on the readthrough of his first contribution to Russell T. Davies' "Whoniverse", an episode from the upcoming series of Torchwood.

    He's also currently got some fun posts up about being named a writer in the fourth series of Doctor Who and details about his currently-in-US-release film, the fantasy-horror, Severance.

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     Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 83  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Sunday, June 03 2007 @ 11:09 PM EDT
     Viewed:  844 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Episode 83 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.

    "But, in fairness, I will give you one word of advice: Run!"

    Note: This episode was recorded LIVE on the net on the 3rd of June 2007. The audio quality is not to our usual standards due to how this special live over the net episode was recorded. This podcast is going out as it was recorded without any post production work applied to it in order to expedite our podcasts and catch up with the BBC transmissions. Warning: this podcast reviews the ninth episode of the 2007 series "The Family of Blood", and may contain spoilers. If you have not seen this episode yet, you may want to save this podcast episode until you have seen it.

    Outpost Gallifrey Presents:

    Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 83
    For the Week of the 4th of June 2007. Recorded LIVE on the net

    Running Time: 1:37:31

    Live Roundtable Episode Review of "The Family of Blood", featuring our regular contributors DarthSkeptical, Canadian corespondent Mike Doran, and Taras Hnatyshyn with live listener feedback. Hosted by Louis Trapani, Ken Deep and James Naughton. Recorded live on the net via TalkShoe on Sunday, 3rd of June 2007. Note: This is a "Rough, Ready, and Raw" version -- this podcast episode is going out as it was recorded, with no post production work...

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

    Since there was no post production work applied to this episode, there is no Enhanced Podcast AAC version of this episode. Our Enhanced Podcast versions will return with our regular format 'studio' recorded podcasts.

    Doctor Who: Podshock features the latest Doctor Who news and discussions from both US and UK perspectives. Hosted by Ken Deep and Louis Trapani in the US and James Naughton in the UK, with segments by correspondents in Australia and Canada. Presented by Outpost Gallifrey and brought to you by The Gallifreyan Embassy.

    Below is the link to the MP3 format version of the podcast. There is no Enhanced Podcast format of episode 83 of Doctor Who: Podshock since it did not go through post production.

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 83 (MP3 format, 39.2 MB)

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    Most Recent Post: 06/04 05:34PM by tarashnat

     Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 82  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Sunday, June 03 2007 @ 11:47 AM EDT
     Viewed:  796 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Episode 82 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.

    "My father Sydney was a watchmaker from Nottingham, and my mother Verity was - well, she was a nurse, actually."

    Note: This episode was recorded LIVE on the net on the 27th of May 2007. The audio quality is not to our usual standards due to how this special live over the net episode was recorded. This podcast is going out as it was recorded without any post production work applied to it in order to expedite our podcasts and catch up with the BBC transmissions. Warning: this podcast reviews the eighth episode of the 2007 series "Human Nature", and may contain spoilers. If you have not seen this episode yet, you may want to save this podcast episode until you have seen it.

    Outpost Gallifrey Presents:

    Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 82
    For the Week of the 28th of May 2007. Recorded LIVE on the net

    Running Time: 1:31:41

    Live Roundtable Episode Review of "Human Nature", featuring our regular contributors DarthSkeptical, Canadian corespondent Mike Doran, and Taras Hnatyshyn with live listener feedback. Hosted by Louis Trapani, Ken Deep and James Naughton. Recorded live on the net via TalkShoe on Sunday, 27th of May 2007. Note: This is a "Rough, Ready, and Raw" version -- this podcast episode is going out as it was recorded, with no post production work...

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

    Since there was no post production work applied to this episode, there is no Enhanced Podcast AAC version of this episode. Our Enhanced Podcast versions will return with our regular format 'studio' recorded podcasts.

    Doctor Who: Podshock features the latest Doctor Who news and discussions from both US and UK perspectives. Hosted by Ken Deep and Louis Trapani in the US and James Naughton in the UK, with segments by correspondents in Australia and Canada. Presented by Outpost Gallifrey and brought to you by The Gallifreyan Embassy.

    Below is the link to the MP3 format version of the podcast. There is no Enhanced Podcast format of episode 82 of Doctor Who: Podshock since it did not go through post production.

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 82 (MP3 format, 36.9 MB)

    If you are subscribing to our podcast via one of the feeds, you will get it automatically. If not, you can also grab it manually using the link above.


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    Most Recent Post: 07/11 07:01PM by Jeneral

     Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 81  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Sunday, June 03 2007 @ 01:03 AM EDT
     Viewed:  729 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Episode 81 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.

    "Forty two minutes until what?"

    Note: This episode was recorded LIVE on the net on the 20th of May 2007. The audio quality is not to our usual standards due to how this special live over the net episode was recorded. This podcast is going out as it was recorded without any post production work applied to it in order to expedite our podcasts and catch up with the BBC transmissions. Warning: this podcast reviews the seventh episode of the 2007 series "42", and may contain spoilers. If you have not seen this episode yet, you may want to save this podcast episode until you have seen it.

    Outpost Gallifrey Presents:

    Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 81
    For the Week of the 21st of May 2007. Recorded LIVE on the net

    Running Time: 1:27:37

    Live Roundtable Episode "42" Review. Featuring our regular contributors DarthSkeptical and Taras Hnatyshyn with live listener feedback. Hosted by Louis Trapani, James Naughton and Ken Deep. Recorded live on the net via TalkShoe on Sunday, 20th of May 2007. Note: This is a "Rough, Ready, and Raw" version -- this podcast episode is going out as it was recorded, with no post production work...

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

    Since there was no post production work applied to this episode, there is no Enhanced Podcast AAC version of this episode. Our Enhanced Podcast versions will return with our regular format 'studio' recorded podcasts.

    Doctor Who: Podshock features the latest Doctor Who news and discussions from both US and UK perspectives. Hosted by Ken Deep and Louis Trapani in the US and James Naughton in the UK, with segments by correspondents in Australia and Canada. Presented by Outpost Gallifrey and brought to you by The Gallifreyan Embassy.

    Below is the link to the MP3 format version of the podcast. There is no Enhanced Podcast format of episode 81 of Doctor Who: Podshock since it did not go through post production.

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 81 (MP3 format, 35.3 MB)

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     Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 80  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Friday, June 01 2007 @ 09:56 PM EDT
     Viewed:  808 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Episode 80 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.

    "Allons-y!"

    Note: This episode was recorded LIVE on the net on the 13th of May 2007. The audio quality is not to our usual standards due to how this special live over the net episode was recorded. This podcast is going out as it was recorded without any post production work applied to it in order to expedite our podcasts and catch up with the BBC transmissions. Warning: this episode reviews the first six episodes of the 2007 series, and may contain spoilers. If you have not seen the first half of "series 3" yet, you may want to save this podcast episode until you have seen it.

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    Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 80
    For the Week of the 14th of May 2007. Recorded LIVE on the net

    Running Time: 1:11:44

    Live Roundtable Episode Mid-Series Review. Featuring our regular contributors Dave Cooper and Mike "Merlin" McCarley with live listener feedback. Hosted by Louis Trapani and Ken Deep. Recorded live on the net via TalkShoe on Sunday, 13th of May 2007. Note: This is a "Rough, Ready, and Raw" version -- this podcast episode is going out as it was recorded, with no post production work...

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

    Since there was no post production work applied to this episode, there is no Enhanced Podcast AAC version of this episode. Our Enhanced Podcast versions will return with our regular format 'studio' recorded podcasts.

    Also included here is the latest Doctor Who: Podshock - Aftershock episode which includes a programming note and a Doctor Who news update. Running time: 0:05:26

    Doctor Who: Podshock features the latest Doctor Who news and discussions from both US and UK perspectives. Hosted by Ken Deep and Louis Trapani in the US and James Naughton in the UK, with segments by correspondents in Australia and Canada. Presented by Outpost Gallifrey and brought to you by The Gallifreyan Embassy.

    Below are links to both the Enhanced Podcast format AAC version of the show as well as the MP3 format version of the same Aftershock episode. There is no Enhanced Podcast format of episode 80 of Doctor Who: Podshock since it did not go through post production.

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Aftershock 20070531 (AAC Enhanced Podcast format, 2.8 MB)

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Aftershock 20070531 (MP3 format, 2.5 MB)

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 80 (MP3 format, 28.9 MB)

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     Davison in Demand  View Printable Version  
     Author:  DarthSkeptical
     Dated:  Friday, June 01 2007 @ 09:53 PM EDT
     Viewed:  948 times  
    General News2007 is shaping up to be something of a renaissance for Peter Davison. He has major roles in no fewer than three major projects on British television screens this year.

    The first series of his newest programme, Fear, Stress & Anger finished transmission on BBC 2 in March. Meanwhile, on ITV, the fourth series of The Last Detective concluded last night. Later in the year, Davison is a featured guest star on the telemovie, Marple: At Bertram's Hotel, a Jane Marple mystery adapted by Doctor Who writer, Tom MacRae.

    Anger revolves around Davison's character and his wife, a middle-aged couple coping with the difficulties of having not quite accomplished all the goals they would've liked to, but still having to provide for an aging mother and a not-quite-out-of-the-nest daughter. Davison's daughter is notably his real-life daughter, Georgia Moffett, who reportedly auditioned for the character of "Rose Tyler" in 2005.

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    Most Recent Post: 06/06 11:28AM by MikeD

     Together at last: the Eighth and Ninth Doctors?  View Printable Version  
     Author:  DarthSkeptical
     Dated:  Friday, June 01 2007 @ 12:10 PM EDT
     Viewed:  1,028 times  
    General NewsLater this year, Paul McGann and the animated Ninth Doctor, Richard E. Grant, are set to see their new short film, Always Crashing in the Same Car, on limited release in the UK.

    According to mcgannbrothers.org.uk, the production will see the former Withnail and I co-stars reunite under the Handmade Films banner for the first time since their landmark 1980's comedy.

    Crashing, which takes its name from a 1976 David Bowie song, may be featured in British cinemas as soon as Autumn, alongside a re-release of 1987's Withnail.

    Though details of the plot have not been announced, it appears to have nothing to do with a 2002 film of the same name.


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    Most Recent Post: 06/01 09:40PM by Louis

     RTD not going on an Adventure  View Printable Version  
     Author:  DarthSkeptical
     Dated:  Friday, June 01 2007 @ 08:36 AM EDT
     Viewed:  898 times  
    Sarah Jane Adven...Russell T. Davies will not be writing any of the first series of The Sarah Jane Adventures, Doctor Who Magazine #383 revealed Thursday.

    Instead, Phil Ford has written episodes 9 and 10, while the previously-rumored Phil Gladwin has penned episodes 5 and 6.

    Ford has no direct Doctor Who universe experience, but has been steadily writing for a wide variety of British television programmes since the late 1990s. Though he has written episodes for Coronation Street, Heartbeat, The Bill and Footballer's Wife, his steadiest work seems to have been for Bad Girls and Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet in 2005. In a general sense, he was for the reinvention of the classic Gerry Anderson hero what RTD was for Doctor Who.


     Harper appears more likely  View Printable Version  
     Author:  DarthSkeptical
     Dated:  Wednesday, May 30 2007 @ 08:45 PM EDT
     Viewed:  632 times  
    Sarah Jane Adven...As mentioned in our last trip to the Sarah Jane Adventures newsroom, Graham Harper seemed a possible director for one of the stories of Series 1. Sarah-Jane.tv are now reporting that they have "several sources" confirming Harper's involvement. However, the site is now claiming that he will, in fact, be directing the fourth story, not the fifth. This story, as yet un-named, is the one head writer Gareth Roberts has previously described as "the best thing I've ever done".

    Principal photography on Block One (consisting of the first story) completed a week ago. The Second Block (comprised of Episodes 7 and 8—Gareth Roberts' second story) began today. The "sources" alleged in Sarah-Jane.tv's story are therefore likely to have been onlookers at the relatively open Bannerman Road exterior location. Pictures on the fan website demonstrate that onlookers can get very close indeed to the "action" of Sarah Jane's house, and certainly would've been able to catch a glimpse of the director of the episode. The shoot is likely to be as long as that for Block One, or about three-and-a-half weeks.

    All this speculation should be ended with the issue of Doctor Who Magazine that hits British newsstands tomorrow. It's said to contain a detailed cast and crew update on SJA.


     Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 79  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Wednesday, May 30 2007 @ 12:41 AM EDT
     Viewed:  825 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Episode 79 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.

    "If you live long enough, Lazarus, the only certainty left is that you'll end up alone."

    Note: This episode was recorded LIVE on the net on the 6th of May 2007. The audio quality is not to our usual standards due to how this special live over the net episode was recorded. Warning: this episode reviews the sixth episode of the 2007 series, The Lazarus Experiment and may contain spoilers. If you have not seen this story yet, you may want to save this podcast episode until you have seen it.


    Outpost Gallifrey Presents:

    Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 79
    For the Week of the 7th of May 2007. Recorded LIVE on the net

    Running Time: 1:28:19

    Live Roundtable Episode Review of "The Lazarus Experiment", featuring our regular contributors DarthSkeptical, Canadian corespondent Mike Doran, and Taras Hnatyshyn with live listener feedback (Dave C. in Manchester (UK), and Diane in Florida (US)). Hosted by Louis Trapani, Ken Deep and James Naughton. Recorded live on the net via TalkShoe on Sunday, 6th of May 2007.

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

    Doctor Who: Podshock features the latest Doctor Who news and discussions from both US and UK perspectives. Hosted by Ken Deep and Louis Trapani in the US and James Naughton in the UK, with segments by correspondents in Australia and Canada. Presented by Outpost Gallifrey and brought to you by The Gallifreyan Embassy.

    Below are links to both the Enhanced Podcast format AAC version of the show as well as the MP3 format version of the same show.

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 79 (AAC Enhanced Podcast format, 42 MB)

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 79 (MP3 format, 40.5 MB)

    If you are subscribing to our podcast via one of the feeds, you will get it automatically. If not, you can also grab it manually using the links above. Available in both Enhanced Podcast format and MP3 format.


     Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 78  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Monday, May 28 2007 @ 07:14 PM EDT
     Viewed:  820 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Episode 78 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.

    "Oh, Tallulah with three L's and an H... Just you watch me."

    Note: This episode was recorded LIVE on the net on the 29th of April 2007. The audio quality is not to our usual standards due to how this special live over the net episode was recorded. Warning: this episode reviews the fifth episode of the 2007 series, Evolution of the Daleks and may contain spoilers. If you have not seen this story yet, you may want to save this podcast episode until you have seen it.


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    Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 78
    For the Week of the 30th of April 2007. Recorded LIVE on the net

    Running Time: 1:10:00

    Live Roundtable Episode Review of "Evolution of the Daleks", featuring our regular contributors DarthSkeptical, Canadian corespondent Mike Doran, and Taras Hnatyshyn with live listener feedback. Hosted by Louis Trapani. Totally Doctor Who, Infinite Quest, Confidential, and TARDISodes are also discussed in this show. Recorded live on the net via TalkShoe on Sunday, 29th of April 2007.

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

    Doctor Who: Podshock features the latest Doctor Who news and discussions from both US and UK perspectives. Hosted by Ken Deep and Louis Trapani in the US and James Naughton in the UK, with segments by correspondents in Australia and Canada. Presented by Outpost Gallifrey and brought to you by The Gallifreyan Embassy.

    Below are links to both the Enhanced Podcast format AAC version of the show as well as the MP3 format version of the same show.

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 78 (AAC Enhanced Podcast format, 33.6 MB)

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 78 (MP3 format, 32.1 MB)

    If you are subscribing to our podcast via one of the feeds, you will get it automatically. If not, you can also grab it manually using the links above. Available in both Enhanced Podcast format and MP3 format.


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