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     Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 70  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Saturday, March 17 2007 @ 01:15 PM EDT
     Viewed:  1,846 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Episode 70 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.

    "Don't touch the baby!"


    Note: This episode was recorded on 4th of March, 2007 prior to the access restriction change of the BBC content on YouTube.




    Outpost Gallifrey Presents:
    Doctor Who: Podshock
    Episode 70
    For the Week of the 5th of March 2007

    Running Time: 1:30:06

    In this episode:

    News: 2007 series ("Series 3") start date, BBC on YouTube, CBC Update, Torchwood Down Under, etc..

    Features: Mike Doran interviews Doctor Who writer Paul Cornell at Gallifrey 2007 - The 18th Amendment of Gallifrey One convention in L.A., California.

    Announcements: Doctor Who: Podshock Live Recording at I-CON.

    Feedback: Special Feedback Episode -- Steve from Oswego, NY, Jason from PA, Alex from Tokyo, Japan, Dave Cooper ("daveac") in the UK, David somewhere outside of Austin, TX, Wendy from New York, NY, Charles asks about DWFCA, Esco ("The Bachelor") from San Antonio, TX, Daniel in Illinois, J. Yu, David Brown, and Keith Kittridge reports from Gallifrey 2007.

    Promos: Doctor Who: Blood of the Daleks Part 2 (Big Finish), Doctor Who 2007 Series ("Series 3") promo, and The Magic Sock podcast promo.

    Guests: Prerecorded guests include Paul Cornell and Canadian Corespondent Mike Doran.

    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.

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    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 70 (MP3 format, 41.3 MB)

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     Big Finish 092 - Nocturne  View Printable Version  
     Author:  BadWolf
     Dated:  Tuesday, March 13 2007 @ 08:59 PM EDT
     Viewed:  1,668 times  
    DW Reviews Sylvester McCoy as the 7th Doctor, Sophie Aldred as Ace and Philip Olivier as Hex.

    The Doctor takes Ace and Hex to another war zone but this time the war is a backdrop to the story rather than the story itself. As a consequence this play is much lighter in feel than the last several outings featuring this incarnation of the Doctor.

    The planet is Nocturne, the last stop for many humans before being shipped out to a war that has been going on for decades. At first Ace and Hex suspect that the Doctor has brought them to Nocturne to interfere in that war but after some teasing the Doctor reveals that this is one of his favourite places and times in the universe and he wishes to share it with them. He goes on to explain that despite the war; in this time and place the “Far Renaissance” is happening and human art is flourishing in a way that it will do only half a dozen times in human history.

    Obviously with the Doctor present it doesn’t take long for things to start going wrong. Shortly after they arrive an artist is murdered and Hex is placed under suspicion and arrested. As the Doctor delves into the murder he discovers that someone has dabbled into things that they don’t understand and has unleashed a mysterious destructive force which threatens the future of the planet.

    (continues below)

     DWM #380: The Bonus CD  View Printable Version  
     Author:  DarthSkeptical
     Dated:  Tuesday, March 13 2007 @ 06:40 AM EDT
     Viewed:  1,596 times  
    DW ReviewsWIth issue #380 of Doctor Who Magazine comes a free CD. In the past, these have mostly been short full-cast adventures. This time around, it's mostly a promotional affair. Each of the recent Radio 7 dramas is previewed, along with the latest adventures from eac of the Doctors' CD line.

    Such blatant advertising would be disappointing, were it not for the fact that the disc also includes four nifty little conversations between the Big Finish Doctors and newly-installed producer, Nick Briggs.

    Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy and even the usually interview-shy Paul McGann all took time from Summer 2006 recording sessions at BF to have a chat with Briggs. All told, the disc includes about 40 minutes of fresh interviews with the classic Doctors.

    Now to be sure, I don't think the CD justifies picking up the latest issue of DWM on its own. But as a bonus, this "informally newsy" approach to the bonus CD does directly extend the value of DWM. At the same time that the magazine is giving the latest news about TV's series 3, these interviews remind us that Doctors 5-8 are still currently relevant to Doctor Who.

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    Most Recent Post: 03/21 05:48AM by DarthSkeptical

     Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 69  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Sunday, March 11 2007 @ 04:15 AM EDT
     Viewed:  1,337 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Episode 69 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.

    "Answers are easy. It's asking the right questions which is hard."


    Note: This episode was recorded on 26th of February, 2007, prior to the announcement of the start date of the 2007 series.



    Outpost Gallifrey Presents:
    Doctor Who: Podshock

    Episode 69
    For the Week of the 27th of February 2007

    Running Time: 1:49:59

    In this episode:

    News: 40 PBS Stations Pick Up Doctor Who, New Beginnings DVD Box Set Announced for North America, Derek Waring Passes, Build a Dalek Contest, On Location Photos, Canadian Update, Hugh Grant cast?, etc..

    Features: Mike Doran reflects on Gallifrey 2007 - The 18th Amendment of Gallifrey One convention in L.A., California.

    Announcements: Create Podshock Mash-Up Promo Reminder, Ken's Challenge, Podshock Live Recording at I-CON, Doctor Who at the Cavern.

    Feedback: Scott in Tulsa, OK, Jennifer, Peter in Hartford, CT, Joan in Dallas, TX, Jill, and Sarah in Ireland from Australia.

    Promos: Doctor Who: Blood of the Daleks and Doctor Who: Nocturne Big Finish promos.

    Guests: Joining us as a guest host in this episode, Canadian Corespondent Mike Doran.

    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 69 (AAC Enhanced Podcast format, 53.3 MB)

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 69 (MP3 format, 50.4 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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    Most Recent Post: 03/14 02:17AM by timeflight

     "The Sontaran Experiment" on DVD  View Printable Version  
     Author:  DarthSkeptical
     Dated:  Saturday, March 10 2007 @ 12:23 AM EST
     Viewed:  992 times  
    DW ReviewsSomewhat obscured by the release of the newly complete Pat Troughton serial, "The Invasion", the so-called "vanilla" release of "The Sontaran Experiment" has received little attention from fans wowed by "Invasion"'s black-and-white animation.

    Nevertheless, "Sontaran" is hardly an also-ran. It features not only a great story that's the same length as an RTD episode, but a cracking good commentary between co-writer Bob Baker, producer Phillip HInchcliffe and actress Elizabeth Sladen. As the commentary reminds us, "Sontaran", and not "Ark in Space" or "Robot", actually opened the Hinchcliffe era on Doctor Who. It also showcased the first "returning villain" in Tom Baker's era.

    On top of all that, it was, like Barry Letts' first story, a technical innovation. Where Letts' "Spearhead from Space" had been the first all-film serial, this was the first to be shot entirely on location.

    Consequently, the commentary bubbles over with all sorts of interesting tidbits, both technical and personal, which quite transformed the overall importance of the story for me. While I'd always liked the story, I'd never thought of it as a milestone of any sort until this DVD release.

    The DVD also includes a documentary on the Sontarans which runs longer than either of the two included episodes.

    Considering that "classic vanillas" now have a lower price point, "The Sontaran Experiment" delivers surprising value for money.


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    Most Recent Post: 03/11 10:10PM by DarthSkeptical

     Canada: Series Three to start on CBC June 2007  View Printable Version  
     Author:  MikeD
     Dated:  Sunday, March 04 2007 @ 12:25 PM EST
     Viewed:  1,294 times  
    Doctor Who NewsThe Doctor Who Information Network (DWIN) has received a statement from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) indicating that they will start broadcasting Series Three of Doctor Who in June 2007. The exact date and time slot have yet to be confirmed.

    The CBC also indicated that they may also be airing the 2006 Christmas Special "The Runaway Bride" at this time but that has not yet been confirmed.

    Also announced was that Series One of Torchwood will air on the CBC in the Autumn of 2007.

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    Most Recent Post: 03/04 06:53PM by Louis

     The Return of the Brigadier  View Printable Version  
     Author:  DarthSkeptical
     Dated:  Thursday, March 01 2007 @ 05:49 AM EST
     Viewed:  987 times  
    DW ReviewsIf you're not a regular subscriber to Doctor Who Magazine, but you are a fan of the classic program, you may wish to seek out issues #378-380 for a reason you may not expect: the comic strip.

    In the first "Roseless" adventure since her debut in issue #355, the part of the companion is played by none other than Brigadier Alastair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart (retired).

    It marks the first encounter between an RTD-era Doctor and the Brigadier. It's only the second time that an RTD Doctor has encountered a past companion.

    Filled with lots of neat continuity touches, and some damned good characterizations, the story portrays the Tenth Doctor's relationship with the Brigadier as quite multilayered one. By turns exhuberent and somber, the Tenth Doctor here relates to the Brigadier much more as a military man than he ever has.

    Despite having the ability to draw the Brigadier from any point in his long career, this version of the Brigadier is roughly Nicholas Courtney's current age. Thus, for the Brigadier, the adventure definitely happens sometime after his last appearance in "Battlefield", and possibly after the Big Finish Eighth Doctor story, "Minuet in Hell".

    This makes the Brig probably the oldest companion the Doctor has ever had in a story, and the writers don't miss the opportunity to have some fun with the idea. Far more than simple age gags, though, the Brig's age has a character point--somewhat akin to Kirk's age issues in The Wrath of Khan.

    While the Doctor Who Magazine comic strip has been, at its worst, little more than an afterthought in the history of Doctor Who tie-ins, "The Warkeepers Crown" continues the recent tradition of providing high quality, series-relevant fiction.

    The concluding part of "Crown" goes on sale March 1 in the UK.


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    Most Recent Post: 03/01 10:50PM by Louis

     Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 68  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Sunday, February 25 2007 @ 03:33 AM EST
     Viewed:  1,731 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Episode 68 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.

    "When I say run, run. Run!"


    Note: This episode was recorded on 19 February, 2007.




    Outpost Gallifrey Presents:
    Doctor Who: Podshock

    Episode 68
    For the Week of the 19th of February 2007

    Running Time: 1:14:28

    In this episode:

    News: John Simm's No Comment, No Torchwood Down Under, Casting Updates, Peter Davison Speaks Out, Christopher Eccleston cast in new film, etc..

    Features: Skeptical Chronicles reviews Doctor Who: Human Resources Part 1, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse - Episode 4 "The Mona Lisa", Russel reports from DWIN's Who Bash - interviews fan Rod Mammitzsch, A visit with Sean Huxter and Bruce the Tasmania Devil.

    Announcements: Red Dwarf featured in StarshipSofa podcast.

    Feedback: Eric the Librarian in Washington DC, Mike the TARDIS Operator, and Sarah in Australia or Ireland.

    Promos: Doctor Who: Renaissance of the Daleks Big Finish promo, Ramble with Russel podcast promo.

    Guests: On his tour, Bruce the Tasmania Devil with Sean Huxter, and prerecorded on location, Russel Hale with Rod Mannitzsch, with contributions by Darth Skeptical and Esco.

    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 68 (AAC Enhanced Podcast format, 36.4 MB)

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 68 (MP3 format, 34.1 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.

    For extended show notes (with links) click the "read more" below. Remember all the links mentioned in this podcast are embedded in the Enhanced Podcast format version of our podcast).


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     Share Your Gallifrey One 2007 Stories  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Wednesday, February 21 2007 @ 01:53 AM EST
     Viewed:  1,242 times  

    Did you attend Gallifrey One in L.A.? If so, and you would like to share your experiences, we would like to hear from you. Send in your stories, photos, impressions, etc. from the 18th Amendment of Gallifrey One, the biggest one yet to us at Doctor Who: Podshock for consideration to be featured in an upcoming episode of our podcast.

    Record your audio comments and send them to us (Contact Us) or use Skype or the Gizmo Project to record your report (our address is "Podshock" on both services), or use the Podshock Public Call Box by calling 206-888-4-WHO (206-888-4946) (it's a US phone number). Or simply email your recorded audio or a simple email to us using our feedback address (Contact Us).

    We look forward to hearing from you.


     Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 67  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Monday, February 19 2007 @ 05:09 AM EST
     Viewed:  1,772 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Episode 67 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.

    "How can you miss me? I'm the guy with two hearts, remember?"


    Note: This episode was recorded on 11 February, 2007.




    Outpost Gallifrey Presents:
    Doctor Who: Podshock

    Episode 67
    For the Week of the 12th of February 2007

    Running Time: 1:36:05

    In this episode:

    News: 2007 Series Reported to Start in March, Torchwood Long Hiatus, Sylvester McCoy in King Lear, The Independent Confirmation?, Doctor Who & Beano Team-up, Dalek Empire - Fearless, Big Finish Updates, Gallifrey One 2007 and Doctor Who at the Cavern updates, etc.

    Features: DarthSkeptical Chronicles reviews Doctor Who: No More Lies, Taras lays down the canon laws as the Canon-Keeper.

    Announcements: Ken's Gallifrey 2007 Challenge, Create a Doctor Who: Podshock mash-up promo and the one we like the most will get a special 'iGift' from us.

    Feedback: Philip in Illinois, "The Freak" (Ross), Cat AKA Rachel in NJ, and Matthew Lipson.

    Promos: Doctor Who: Human Resources (Part 2) BBC 7 Radio promo, StarShipSofa podcast promo.

    Guests: Guest hosting with us is Colin Bordley (Welcome back Colin).

    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 67 (AAC Enhanced Podcast format, 46.4 MB)

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 67 (MP3 format, 44 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.

    For extended show notes (with links) click the "read more" below. Remember all the links mentioned in this podcast are embedded in the Enhanced Podcast format version of our podcast).


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    Most Recent Post: 02/23 02:29PM by MikeD

     Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 66  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Saturday, February 10 2007 @ 09:08 PM EST
     Viewed:  1,965 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Episode 66 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.

    "You know how it is; you put things off for a day and next thing you know, it's a hundred years later."


    Note: This episode was recorded on 4 February, 2007.



    Outpost Gallifrey Presents: Doctor Who: Podshock

    Episode 66
    For the Week of the 5th of February 2007

    Running Time: 1:13:04

    In this episode:

    News: Doctor Who Costumes in High Profile Auction, John Simm Casting Rumour, Michelle Collins Cast, Freema Interview in The Newspaper, BBC Digital Downloads Backing, Survival DVD Delayed, Gallifrey One 2007 and I-CON 26 Convention Updates, etc.

    Features: Vintage 1980's interview with Peter Davison, Stewart Robertson (AKA Doctor Whoovie) reports on Doctor Who Up Close Exhibition (complete with photos (in the Enhanced Podcast version)).

    Announcements: Ken's Gallifrey 2007 Challenge, Create a Doctor Who: Podshock mash-up promo and the one we like the most will get a special 'iGift' from us.

    Feedback: Scott from Tulsa, OK, Ashley from Atlanta, GA, Brenda on the TARDIS sound effect, Amy and Inigo, Emily of Melbourne, Australia, Martin Johnson (composer of Evil of the Daleks stage show), and Taylor being alarmed.

    Promos: Doctor Who: Human Resources BBC 7 Radio promo, MMM Commentaries podcast promo.

    Guests: Prerecorded guests include Peter Davison and Stewart Robertson.

    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 66 (AAC Enhanced Podcast format, 36.2 MB)

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 66 (MP3 format, 33.5 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.

    For extended show notes (with links) click the "read more" below. Remember all the links mentioned in this podcast are embedded in the Enhanced Podcast format version of our podcast).


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    Most Recent Post: 02/12 03:59PM by tarashnat

     2007 Annual Tops Charts; Sends Competitors Scrambling  View Printable Version  
     Author:  DarthSkeptical
     Dated:  Friday, February 09 2007 @ 09:23 PM EST
     Viewed:  967 times  
    Doctor Who NewsThe 2007 Doctor Who Annual has done something no other annual can claim: it's gone to the head of its class. Easily surpassing the almost-never-broken £1 million mark, the title dethroned the traditional Christmastime winner, The Beano Annual.

    This failure has prompted Beano publishers, DC Thomson, to start a new version of The Beano—called The BeanoMAX—which will feature the Daleks appearing alongside traditional Beano characters in its inaugural issue.

    This new version of the classic British comic will appeal to a slightly older crowd of kids, offering longer stories, deeper characterization, and (like the BBC's other 2006 smash hit, Doctor Who Adventures) giveaway toys with every issue.

    The sales figures for the 2007 Doctor Who Annual weren't simply down to a higher price point, but an absolute victory in terms of units sold. According to a report in The Guardian, the annual sold 271,551 units versus The Beano's 187,172. Other also-rans included the Disney/Pixar Annual at 80,703, the Star Wars Annual at 63,053 and the Manchester United Annual at 50,851.

    The 2007 Annual was the first time that the Doctor Who Christmas staple had been offered by a branch of the BBC itself. Coupled with the runaway success of Doctor Who Adventures—which itself has been the top weekly seller in the UK comics charts—BBC Children's Books have already had the best single year of marketing Doctor Who tie-in kids' publications in the history of Doctor Who merchandising.


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    Most Recent Post: 02/09 10:09PM by tarashnat

     Ken's challenge!  View Printable Version  
     Author:  James
     Dated:  Sunday, February 04 2007 @ 02:59 PM EST
     Viewed:  920 times  
    DW: PodshockAttention all Gallifrey One 2007 attendees!
    In addition to our Mash-up Exhibition, where you could win an iPod nano, Doctor Who: Podshock is also giving Gallifrey One 2007 attendees the chance to win the Doctor Who: Lost in Time Collection of Rare Episodes - The William Hartnell Years and the Patrick Troughton Years DVD boxset!

    This challenge has been proposed by Ken, I am merely posting it here! Click read more for more details!

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    Most Recent Post: 02/09 09:46PM by Louis

     Podshock Promo Mash-Up Exposition  View Printable Version  
     Author:  James
     Dated:  Sunday, February 04 2007 @ 02:31 PM EST
     Viewed:  926 times  
    DW: PodshockGet creative for your chance to win a Podshock engraved iPod nano!

    Simply create a mash up promo!

    Click read more below for details!

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    Most Recent Post: 05/11 12:31PM by tarashnat

     Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 65  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Sunday, February 04 2007 @ 04:41 AM EST
     Viewed:  1,365 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Episode 65 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.

    "Stay tuned"



    Note: This episode was recorded on January 28, 2007.




    Outpost Gallifrey Presents: Doctor Who: Podshock
    Episode 65
    For the Week of the 29th of January 2007

    Running Time: 1:11:53

    In this episode:

    News: Sir Derek Jacobi Cast for 2007 series, Britney Spears Wanted?, Animated Doctor Who adventures, Gallifrey One 2007 Convention Update, etc.

    Features: Interview with the late producer John Nathan-Turner from December 1993 with Joey Reynolds, and Episode 3 of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse.

    Announcements: Create a Doctor Who: Podshock mash-up promo and the one we like the most will get a special 'iGift' from us.

    Feedback: That Neil Guy on Shada, Eric in Augusta, GA, Bill on the roll of the Doctor time-span, and Aaron from Torchwood.tv.

    Promos: Doctor Who: No More Lies BBC 7 Radio promo.

    Guests: Prerecorded guests include John Nathan-Turner and Joey Reynolds.

    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 65 (AAC Enhanced Podcast format, 35.2 MB)

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 65 (MP3 format, 33 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.

    For extended show notes (with links) click the "read more" below ((coming sometime - (we hope)) Remember all the links mentioned in this podcast are embedded in the Enhanced Podcast format version of our podcast).


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