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Doctor Who: Podshock
Doctor Who: Podshock - The longest running Doctor Who podcast.
As previously announced, our Second Life meet ups are now seasonal. We will be holding them on a regular basis. Last month, we had our very successful Second Second Life Meet Up which took place after a long gap without any. Victor1st of the land of Katrina on Second Life prepared a video that introduced Doctor Who fans to the Doctor Who Experience on Second Life. He had also created a new one specifically for those attending our meet up.
Although our Second Second Life Meet Up was last month, this video still serves as a good introduction to Second Life for our upcoming meet ups. Our next will be in August. We thank Victor for making this greeting and tour for those attending our meet ups there.
"Ah, yes! Thank you. It's good. Keep warm."
Outpost Gallifrey Presents:
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 153
Running Time: 1:37:00
The first Doctor regeneration story, The Tenth Planet is reviewed, plus news, rumours, and feedback (from: Fox Cutter, Rooney, Richard, Jeremy Bement, Gregg (Th3AppStoreReviewer), Tiggs Panther, Graeme, and Donavon).
Cover art for Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 153 reviewing the first Doctor regeneration story, The Tenth Planet.
Our surprise guest at the Doctor Who: Podshock live on stage show (episode 141) at Gallifrey 20 (February 2009) was none other than Daphne Ashbrook (1996 Doctor Who movie) who joined Ken Deep, Louis Trapani, and James Naughton on stage along with Doctor Who Producer Phil Collinson and comedian Toby Hadoke. Photo by Billy Davis
Doctor Who: Podshock live on stage at Gallifrey 20 recording episode 141 on February 15, 2009. The image is a little blurry and with glare, but note the two Doctor Who: Podshock banners on stage. Also on stage left to right is Doctor Who Producer Phil Collinson, comedian Toby Hadoke, Ken Deep, Louis Trapani, and James Naughton. Kudos to Billy Davis for his help with the banners and this photo.
Colin had burst onto the Doctor Who scene taking over the lead role after Peter Davison stepped down in 1984 as the colourful and bold 6th Doctor. Although not his first association with Doctor Who, he had played Commander Maxil in the 5th Doctor story, Arc of Infinity. Blake's 7 fans will also know him as 'Bayban the Butcher' - a guest role he had in the series.