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     Big Finish 091 - Circular Time  View Printable Version  
     Author:  DarthSkeptical
     Dated:  Wednesday, January 31 2007 @ 02:44 PM EST
     Viewed:  2,612 times  
    DW ReviewsPeter Davison as the 5th Doctor and Sarah Sutton as Nyssa.
    In a format departure, the opening release of 2007 sees the 5th Doctor and Nyssa in four one-part adventures instead of one adventure in four parts. While the stories could be heard individually, they all do revolve around a common theme, much as the Big Finish series of Side Trips books have.

    The change is such a refreshing one, one wonders why Big Finish have waited so long to test the format in their audio range. Forced to focus their story ideas into 30 minute blocks, writers Paul Cornell and Mike Maddox give us what is the most satisfying release from the Fifth Doctor line since the Big Finish productions began. It may even be the best Big Finish Doctor Who ever.

    Like many classic televised stories, the four episode audio format does often lead to padding around the last half of episode three. Those doldrums are neatly avoided here, simply by virtue of the format switch. Yet, Cornell and Maddox somehow seem to avoid the trap of inconsequence. Not only is there much of substance here, but the stories are so relevant that one is awfully tempted to immediately add them to one's idea of personal canon.

    (continues below)


     Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 64  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Saturday, January 27 2007 @ 04:04 AM EST
     Viewed:  1,694 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Episode 64 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.

    "Am I... ginger?"



    Note: This episode was recorded on January 21, 2007.




    Doctor Who: Podshock
    Episode 64
    For the Week of the 22nd of January 2007

    Running Time: 1:23:12

    In this episode:

    News: Netflix needs the Doctor, Doctor Who Exhibitions Expansion, Singles Chart Battle, BBC Says "Doctor Who is our creative future," Survival DVD announced, Torchwood comes to New Zealand, I-CON 26 Update, Gallifrey One 2007 Convention Update, etc.

    Features: Interview with Sophie Aldred from December 1993 with Joey Reynolds, Another segment by Russel Hale at the DWIN Who Bash who interviews DWIN member Heather Murray.

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

    Feedback: Philip on The Runaway Bride, Eric in Washington, DC, Taylor, Chris & Michael on iTunes Podcast fix.

    Promos: (Cool) Shite on the Tube podcast promo, and Bubble Shock.

    Guests: Prerecorded guests include Sophie Aldred, Joey Reynolds, Russel Hale, and Heather Murray.

    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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     Outpost Gallifrey Partners with Gallifreyan Embassy on Podcast  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Saturday, January 20 2007 @ 11:09 PM EST
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    DW: Podshock

    The Gallifreyan Embassy is pleased to announce a new partnership with Outpost Gallifrey presenting Doctor Who: Podshock. It has been a long time coming, but we are very energized that it has finally come to be starting with Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 63.

    Shaun Lyon of Outpost Gallifrey and the Gallifrey One conventions as well as author of Back to the Vortex and Second Flight has come onboard as a regular contributor to the podcast. "I am so excited about this partnership we developed," Shaun enthusiastically stated in the podcast. We couldn't agree more.

    Doctor Who: Podshock will continue to have all your favourite features and segments, we are only adding to the value and content of the podcast by working together with Outpost Gallifrey.

    What does this mean for the future? As a certain Doctor might say, "Fantastic, absolutely fantastic!"


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     Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 63  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Saturday, January 20 2007 @ 09:35 PM EST
     Viewed:  988 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Episode 63 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.

    "What's happened?"
    "Change, my dear... and it seems not a moment too soon!"

    Note: This episode was recorded on January 7, 2007 prior to the news about Torchwood coming to New Zealand.




    Doctor Who: Podshock
    Episode 63
    For the Week of the 8th of January 2007

    Running Time: 1:55:20

    In this episode:

    News: Statham Doctor Who Rumours, Tennant Confirms his Commitment, Who Blinded Me with Science, New Martha with the Doctor Photo, Big Finish Offers US Subscription Services, Gallifrey One 2007 Convention Update, etc.

    Features: Interview with Shaun Lyon of Outpost Gallifrey and the Gallifrey One conventions, Torchwood series and finale reviewed, Sarah Jane Adventures "Invasion of the Bane" non-spoiler review, and "The Runaway Bride" reviewed by James.

    Announcements: Outpost Gallifrey now presents Doctor Who: Podshock!

    Feedback: Chris in New Zealand (note: this was recorded prior to the news of Torchwood being shown in New Zealand), Skaro Mel on soundtrack US release, and Stephen in Australia.

    Promos: Torchwood Series finale promo, The Signal - Firefly/Senerity podcast, and the Cinemaslave podcast.

    Guests: Joining us for his first time, our latest regular contributor Shaun Lyon of Outpost Gallifrey and the Gallifrey One conventions.

    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.

    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 62  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Sunday, January 14 2007 @ 05:32 AM EST
     Viewed:  1,148 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Episode 62 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.


    "I am... not... from Mars!"

    Note: This episode was recorded on New Year's Eve. Apologies for the long delay... Episode 63 is coming soon...




    Doctor Who: Podshock
    Episode 62
    For the Week of the 1st of January 2007

    Running Time: 1:37:45

    In this episode:

    News: Rumours of David Tennant Quitting, John Barrowman Ties the Knot, 2007 Series Update, Canadian Update, Gallifrey One 2007 Convention Update, etc.

    Features: The Runaway Bride reviewed, Listeners Raul and Jason report on Chicago TARDIS (2006).

    Announcements: Television scheduling update, and Happy New Year!

    Feedback: Troy from New Jersey, Scott from Tulsa, OK, and Bill from Alabama.

    Promos: Doctor Who 2007 series, Sarah Jane Adventures, and The Signal - Firefly/Serenity podcast.

    Guests: 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.

    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 62 (AAC Enhanced Podcast format, 47.3 MB)

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 62 (MP3 format, 44.9 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 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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     Big Finish V – Return Of The Daleks (Big Finish Subscriber Bonus Play)  View Printable Version  
     Author:  BadWolf
     Dated:  Saturday, December 30 2006 @ 01:01 AM EST
     Viewed:  2,188 times  
    DW Reviews Sylvester McCoy as the 7th Doctor. Gareth Thomas as Karlendorf and Sarah Mowat as Susan Mendes

    I have to say right off the bat that this story was a terrible disappointment.

    Written and acted in by Nicholas Briggs it adds some colour to the Dalek Empire series. I have heard some criticism of the Dalek Empire plays which I have always felt unjustified. They were good stories which were well acted by some very credible actors (David Tennant) but the biggest problem for me when I was listening was the absence of their nemesis. The Daleks conquer the galaxy and the Doctor was not mentioned once?

    Gareth Thomas and Sarah Mowat return to reprise their roles as Kalendorf and Susan Mendes to good effect and the play appears to be set early to midway through the Dalek Empire series. One of the things that puzzled me in that series was the slow meltdown of the Karlendorf – Mendes relationship and to some extent this play provides some insight into the breakdown of that relationship. The play bridges the gap betwixt the Doctor Who series and the Dalek Empire series falling more to being a lost Dalek Empire series than the former.

    That having been said; the origins of this story are definitely Doctor Who. The play is a continuation of the 3rd Doctor story “Planet of the Daleks.” In that story the Daleks occupied the planet Spiridon and studied the occupants to discover the secret of their genetic invisibility so they could use it for themselves. The 3rd Doctor learned of their plans and also discovered an invasion force in a huge underground cavern. The 3rd Doctor caused the invasion force to be buried under molten ice before escaping.

    (continues below)

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    Most Recent Post: 01/14 04:12PM by tarashnat

     Big Finish 090 – The Year of the Pig  View Printable Version  
     Author:  BadWolf
     Dated:  Saturday, December 30 2006 @ 12:53 AM EST
     Viewed:  1,951 times  
    DW Reviews Colin Baker as the 6th Doctor with Nicola Bryant as Peri

    In some ways this is entirely appropriate title for the last play of 2006.

    The Doctor and Peri during a “reading week” discover “Toby the Sapient Pig.” The concept of Toby was inspired by the scenes in Aliens of London where the Slitheen used a pig to confuse the authorities and I have to say that this play has had the same effect upon me. Whilst I admire the idea in the writers mind’ on listening to the play I could only find one question: Why? I think that the idea may have been farce or just outright comedy but whatever it was, it was totally lost on me. Other than that I really don’t have that much to say. Colin baker and Nicola Bryant play their parts adequately without stretching themselves as do the remainder of the cast and script. I honestly cannot find much to recommend this play.

    As I said above in some ways this has been a pig of a year for Big Finish listeners. Whilst there have been some high points (The Reaping: The Settling Time Works) Big Finish seems to have got itself into a rut.

    The Eighth Doctor seems to either continually visit prisons like some bizarre time travelling outreach worker or trap others in his mind like a psychic game show host.

    (continues below)

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    Most Recent Post: 03/26 05:22PM by tarashnat

     Big Finish 089 – No Man's Land  View Printable Version  
     Author:  BadWolf
     Dated:  Saturday, December 30 2006 @ 12:47 AM EST
     Viewed:  1,462 times  
    DW Reviews Sylvester McCoy as the 7th Doctor with Sophie Aldred as Ace and Phillip Oliver as Hex.

    I could almost cut copy and paste my review for The Settling (BF – 082) and call it “done” here.

    The 7th Doctor together with companions Ace and Hex materialize once again in a war zone.This time the year is 1917 and the war is “The Great War” or sometimes known (incorrectly) as World War I.

    The story is prefaced with the information that the Doctor has materialized in a live battlefield and along with his companions was rendered unconscious and imprisoned by the British army. Upon regaining consciousness the trio learns that they were expected and shortly thereafter receive orders to investigate a murder that won’t be committed for another 24 hours.

    This Doctor particularly enjoys a mystery and immediately begins to investigate quickly discovering that they have been taken to a battlefield hospital which not only treats the wounded but has an interesting sideline in brainwashing the patients to mould them into more efficient killers. As has become par for the course with this incarnation of the Doctor one of the companions is tortured.

    (continues below)

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    Most Recent Post: 01/14 02:15PM by BadWolf

     Big Finish 088 – Memory Lane  View Printable Version  
     Author:  BadWolf
     Dated:  Saturday, December 30 2006 @ 12:27 AM EST
     Viewed:  995 times  
    DW Reviews Paul McGann as the 8th Doctor with India Fisher as Charley and Conrad Westmaas as C'Rizz

    What an unfortunate title for this Big Finish play. A very short trip down memory lane finds that only a short five Big Finish stories and one Eighth Doctor story previously this doctor materialised the Tardis inside a prison. I'll bet that you can't guess where he is for this play?

    Whereas Something Inside (BF – 083) was a very dark story for this incarnation of the Doctor, Memory Lane is much lighter and (dare I say it) almost fun.

    The Doctor Charley and C’rizz land in the living room of a house that appears to be English suburbia in all of its mind numbing uniformity; except that in this case every house is actually identical.

    Once the Doctor and his companions step outside for an ice cream they realise that they have not only lost the Tardis but also the house where it materialised. After knocking on several doors they learn that not only are the houses identical but so are their owners.

    (continues below)

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    Most Recent Post: 02/04 08:56AM by DarthSkeptical

     Series 2 Box set differences between Canada and US releases  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Russel
     Dated:  Friday, December 29 2006 @ 02:19 PM EST
     Viewed:  1,016 times  
    Doctor Who NewsFans of Doctor Who in Canada will have to wait a little longer to get thier hands on a copy of the Series 2 box set. In a very strange move, the release date for the set in Canada has now been moved to February 6th while the US release still stays at January 16th. Not sure why the BBC wants to wait 3 weeks longer to release it in Canada.

    The pricing for the set is also interesting, currently at Amazon US it is listed on slae at $69.99 while at Amazon Canada it is seeling for $87.49 and at the Chapters books website for $93.74. Quite the price difference if you ask me, even with the exchange rate.

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    Most Recent Post: 02/19 09:33PM by Palms

     Unconfirmed report - David Tennant to quit  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Will-I-Am
     Dated:  Thursday, December 28 2006 @ 01:03 AM EST
     Viewed:  1,372 times  
    Doctor Who NewsAs first reported on Outpost Gallifrey earlier this evening (12/27), David Tennant is being rumored by The Sun (in their 12/28 headline article) to have an exit planned for midway through the as-of-yet uncommissioned 4th Series for 2008. Already, this has BBC supposedly scrambling to find their 11th Doctor.

    The entire article can be read here: http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,2001320029-2006600210,00.html

    Again, this news is unconfirmed at this time. Stay tuned.

     Ratings for The Runaway Bride  View Printable Version  
     Author:  BadWolf
     Dated:  Wednesday, December 27 2006 @ 12:04 PM EST
     Viewed:  967 times  
    Doctor Who NewsThe television ratings for Christmas have been published with The Runaway Bride failing to runaway with the top slot.

    The Doctor Who Christmas special achieved a very respectable 4th place behind The Vicar of Dibley (very popular on both sides of the Atlantic) and two long running soap operas.

    8.7 million viewers watched the Christmas Special beating strong competition from Little Britain (with 4th Doctor Tom Baker as narrator)

    Details can be read here:

    http://news.sky.com/skynews/article/0,,30000-13559390,00.html

     Children In Need Concernt available online and interactive.  View Printable Version  
     Author:  capricorn1
     Dated:  Tuesday, December 26 2006 @ 04:39 AM EST
     Viewed:  1,430 times  
    Doctor Who NewsThe Children In Need concert is currently available to watch online in Realplayer and Windows Media format on the official BBC Doctor who website at http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/sounds/concert.shtml (at this time I am unable to verify if this is only available to users in the UK)

    In addition to this, it is available in the UK via 'the Red Button' on Digital TV the following times:-

    Wednesday 27 December: On BBCi by pressing red on BBC Three, 8.50pm-4am (ends 1.45am on DTT)

    Tuesday 2 January: On BBCi by pressing red on BBC Three, 7.50pm-4am (not on DTT)

    Wednesday 3 January: On BBCi by pressing red on BBC Three, 7.50pm-4am (not DTT)

     Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 61  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Sunday, December 24 2006 @ 07:53 PM EST
     Viewed:  974 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Episode 61 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.


    "Hold tight, here we go! Christmas Eve!"

    Note: A "Rough, Ready, and Raw" version of Doctor Who: Podshock in order to get it out for the holidays...



    Doctor Who: Podshock
    Episode 61
    For the Week of the 25th of December 2006

    Running Time: 0:55:25

    Holiday Episode:

    Includes: Various News Items discussed, Feedback, announcements, bells, and more...

    We are breaking away from our usual format in this episode for a loose and light production to get this episode out to you in time to put under your Christmas tree or in your gift box... Happy Holidays!

    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.

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    Most Recent Post: 12/31 02:48PM by MikeD

     Legal downloads here at last  View Printable Version  
     Author:  DarthSkeptical
     Dated:  Tuesday, December 19 2006 @ 02:39 PM EST
     Viewed:  1,447 times  
    Doctor Who NewsIt may no longer be necessary to use "other means" to get Doctor Who episodes outside the UK.

    Outpost Gallifrey today confirmed a story coming from Business Wire involving a new partnership between BBC Worldwide and Palo Alto-based company, Azureus.

    Under terms of the deal, Azureus will provide a peer-to-peer platform by which the BBC can push DVD-quality content into computers worldwide.

    Shows included in this deal are: Red Dwarf, Strange, Invasion Earth, Doctor Who, Fawlty Towers, Coupling, Keeping Up Appearances, League of Gentlemen, and Ideal. The list is expected to keep growing.

    The client which will carry this content out of the UK is currently codenamed "Zudeo". It's presently a standard feature of some iterations of the Linux OS, but will be available as a free download to other operating systems early next year. The content itself is likewise slated for 1Q 2007 availability.

    What is not clear in the announcement is precisely which part of the Doctor Who catalogue will be made available in this way. Though it is likely that older episodes might be made available, the fact that Invasion Earth is making its US debut via this method may mean that the BBC will allow the newest episodes of Doctor Who to debut on broadband as well.


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