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"Well then! No time to lose. I'm The Doctor. Do everything I tell you, don't ask stupid questions, and don't wander off."
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 190
Running Time: 1:24:33
Doctor Who: The Eleventh Hour reviewed live over the net with live feedback. (If you haven't seen The Eleventh Hour, wait until you have before listening).
Doctor Who: The Companions
Matt Smith describes the unique role of the Doctors companion, how this human woman is essential to the Doctors survival and what actress Karen Gillan is bringing to the role of Amy Pond.
The preview promo for episode 2 of the 2010 series of Doctor Who, The Beast Below. Be sure to catch our live over-the-net review the day after on Sunday.
The Official BBC Doctor Who Website has now a episode section with the 11th Hour that's full fo Extra's.
Graphic artwork, video's not used for the Confidential, a PDF of a Prisoner Zero Wanted Poster and so much more just follow the link at the end of the page. There is only one big but, for the video content you have to live in the UK I'll say no more there than to read the lifehacker website now and again.
Doctor Who: Podshock will be once again be taking to the net this Sunday for a live-over-the-net show reviewing the second episode of the new series, The Beast Below.
He's back… and it's about time! We return with our live-over-the-net review series this time talking about the 2nd episode of the new series starring Matt Smith as the Doctor premiering on BBC One this Saturday (coming to BBC America on the 24th). We will be reviewing The Beast Below.
Fresh from BBC America. Be sure to catch "The Eleventh Hour" broadcast premiere on Saturday, April 17 on BBC America.
Doctor Who: Steven Moffat on the New Series - Clip #3
Lead Writer and Executive Producer Steven Moffat describes why he sees the show as a modern fairytale and the role of fairytales in our culture.
This Week In Doctor Who
April 5, 2010 - Vol 13, Number 13
by Benjamin F. Elliott
The Doctor Who premiere episode "The Eleventh Hour" was great! We all have quibbles. I have some issues. But it looks like the new era is in good hands.
Note - TWIDW is out on Monday starting immediately. I am moving publication to Mondays to make it easier for me to complete the column and be satisfied with the concept. Computers permitting, as usual.
So now that the 11th Hour has Aired on British TV, the first points are in.
8.3 million: is the initial number of People who watched Who on the overnights. That's the Overnight figures from the BBC for BBC1 and BBC HD, this does not include DVR recordings for those not able to watch live, or the Number of views on the iPlayer. Though quite interestingly enough, the quality of Video for the Confidential on the BBC iPlayer was Higher than for the actual 11th Hour programme its self.
The 3d Trailer that was released on UK Cinema's showing before Alice In wonderland. Has now managed to find it's way on to YouTube. It can be Watched in all formats up to 1080p, and you require the Chromatek Chromadepth 3D Glasses to enjoy the Trailer. Enjoy.
Doctor Who: Podshock will be once again be taking to the net this Sunday for a live-over-the-net show reviewing the first episode of the new series, The Eleventh Hour.
It is the first full length episode starring Matt Smith as the 11th Doctor premiering on BBC One this Saturday (coming to BBC America on the 17th). We will taking one hour to review The Eleventh Hour with you the day after.
This is why I want to have a pied a terre in London. Anyone need a red-headed house sitter? :)
It was months in the making, but it finally happened after Gallifrey 21, I was a guest 'bartender' on the TARDIS Tavern podcast! No sooner after completing my previous post about being on Cultdom Collective podcast, word came to me via @tardistavern that The Arc of Infinity episode we recorded last week has now been released.
Join the insanity with the insanely great hosts Steve Stacy and Sean Homrig of the TARDIS Tavern as we review 20th anniversary season kick off episode, Arc of Infinity with Peter Davison as the 5th Doctor. Not only do we discuss this 1983 story, but Doctor Who in general and how I happened to come across it all those years ago.
Last week I had the privilege of being on and joining my fellow co-host James Naughton on the Cultdom Collective podcast. The episode is a Gallifrey One preview show. Yes, the Doctor Who convention is a year away now at this point, my friends at Cultdom are getting a head start for those planning on attending next February in Los Angeles, CA.
Originally all I had done was record a short comment that was to be played on the show with James. Then the scheduling gods were shinning upon us, because they were recording at a time when I was able to join in on the fun, unbeknownst to James. They were playing my pre-recorded clip I made about meeting James in person for the first time at Gallifrey 20 when suddenly I was on the show myself.