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Doctor Who: Podshock
Doctor Who: Podshock - The longest running Doctor Who podcast.
Doctor Who: Podshock has been making convention appearances over the last four years which have drawn in crowds. These events give an opportunity for convention audiences to interact on a live recording of the show. Doctor Who: Podshock has appeared at conventions on both the west and east coast of the U.S. Most popular among them are the Gallifrey One conventions in Los Angeles, CA.
A live show adds excitement to an event and brings in additional people that may not have otherwise gone. Plus, the event will gain added exposure since we promote our live appearances on episodes leading up to the event and the recorded live show at the event serves as an ongoing promo for annual or reoccurring events (i.e. Gallifrey One or I-CON).
"I love humans. Always seeing patterns in things that aren't there."
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 162
Running Time: 1:17:09
Part 2 of our in-depth interview with Gary Russell, plus Jules Burt (Rise of the Cybermen & Age of Steel) returns to Doctor Who: Podshock with his newlywed wife, Wendy.
Cover artwork for Doctor Who: Podshock featuring colour still from the animated Doctor Who: Dreamland directed by Gary Russell.
Cover artwork for Doctor Who: Podshock 161 featuring the one and only Gary Russell
Chris (left) and Doctor Who: Podshock Special Correspondent, Billy (right) although he is not dressed up as the White Robot here, he is dressed wearing his shirt depicting himself as the White Robot that reads "The White Robot Does Exist!" Both are relaxing at the August 2009 DWNY Meet Up at the Peculier Pub.
You too now can be the White Robot with a shirt like this one.
So on listening to Doctor Who: Podshock episode 159, the story was once again told of Gary Russell and his DWNY mug! Or rather the lack thereof! And I feel compelled to set the record straight! And where better than my blog on this very website!
I started running the Doctor Who New York (DWNY) group (on the web at http://dwny.org) last year, taking it over from a very dear friend who had built up the group since its inception in 2005, but for whom work was starting to take up too much time to keep it all going. Prior to this "regeneration", Gary had joined us at one of our meetups – the viewing of the 2007 Christmas Special Voyage of the Damned”. Before I took over, for those of you following along at home!