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"Well a simple "No, thank you" would have been sufficient…"
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 219
Running Time: 1:30:54
Brian Croucher of Doctor Who: The Robots of Death and Travis (2) on Blake's 7 interviewed, Daphne Ashbrook Doesn't Need No Doctor, a special adventurous anniversary message from Graeme Sheridan, news, feedback, and more!
This past Saturday, the 21st of August 2010 was not only our seasonal meet up on Second Life, it also marked the 5th anniversary of the Doctor Who podcast, Doctor Who: Podshock. (We used our last meet up last May to mark the 25th anniversary of the Gallifreyan Embassy).
People from all corners of the world came together to have fun and to meet Doctor Who: Podshock hosts, correspondents, supporters, and other Doctor Who fans. As usual, Victor led the much anticipated TARDIS tours, a staple of our meet ups on Second Life in which he takes a TARDIS load of people to other Doctor Who themed areas of Second Life. This time, he even allowed me to pilot a Jon Pertwee style TARDIS for one trip. It was very exciting indeed.
The TARDIS Tours took us to Who Island which had a replica of Stonehenge with 'underhenge' which we discovered the Pandorica (and it opened)! We also got to see the console room seen in this year's 'The Lodger' episode and as always the tour concluded in the Doctor Who Museum. The virtual museum chronicles all of Doctor Who throughout its long history.
"We're always in trouble! Isn't this extraordinary… it follows us everywhere!"
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 218
Running Time: 1:29:01
We interview the legendary first ever director of Doctor Who, Waris Hussein. West Coast Correspondents Joshua Lou Friedmen and Amy Krell join us for this historic interview in which we discuss An Unearthly Child and Marco Polo as well as how Doctor Who of old compares to new. Plus Matt Smith puts on southern American accents in Doctor Who: The Runaway Train, and more!
"I can feel my hair curling and that can mean either that it's going to rain… or that I'm on to something."
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 217
Running Time: 1:57:43
Doctor Who: The Deadly Assassin reviewed, West Coast Correspondent Amy Krell joins us as we discuss the Doctor Who Proms, Adventure Games, news, rumours, our upcoming Second Life meet up, news, and more!
"Bow ties are cool."
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 213 EXTRA Edition
Running Time: 0:42:16
In this Extra Edition of Doctor Who: Podshock we look back and review the 2010 series as a whole. Ken, James, and Louis give their thoughts about the first series with Matt Smith as the Doctor in this studio recorded episode.
"Hi honey, I'm home."
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 211
Running Time: 1:10:41
Doctor Who: 'The Big Bang' reviewed live over the net with live feedback (1 of 2). Plus we announce the first pick for the free autographed book, The Mythological Dimensions of Doctor Who. (If you haven't seen The Big Bang yet, wait until you have before listening).
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 210
Running Time: 1:49:00
Doctor Who: 'The Pandorica Opens' reviewed live over the net with live and recorded feedback. (If you haven't seen The Pandorica Opens yet, wait until you have before listening).
"I’ve seen many things my friend but you’re right, nothing quite as wonderful as the things you see."
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 208
Running Time: 2:20:45
Doctor Who: 'Vincent and the Doctor' reviewed live over the net with live and recorded feedback including Ken Deep and James Naughton. (If you haven't seen Vincent and the Doctor yet, wait until you have before listening).
"Yes! Squeaky bum time!"
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 206
Running Time: 1:44:43
Doctor Who: 'Cold Blood' reviewed live over the net with live and recorded feedback. (If you haven't seen Cold Blood yet, wait until you have before listening).
Hosted by Louis Trapani.
"I don't know, it's a thing in progress, respect the thing!"
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 198
Running Time: 1:12:33
Doctor Who: Flesh and Stone reviewed live over the net with live feedback (part 1 of 2). (If you haven't seen Flesh and Stone yet, wait until you have before listening).
This Doctor Who: Podshock default cover art "TARDIS Trio" Style D updated with the 25th anniversary seal for the Gallifreyan Embassy. Style D was designed in the summer of 2009 reflecting some of the changes concerning our podcast as well as some anticipation of a logo change. It made its debut in the Gallifreyan Embassy Café Shop, August 2009
"Safest it gets, around me."
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 195
Running Time: 1:13:53
Doctor Who: Victory of the Daleks reviewed live over the net with live feedback (part 2 of 2). (If you haven't seen Victory of the Daleks yet, wait until you have before listening).
This Week In Doctor Who - Section A
April 24, 2010 - Vol 13, Number 14
by Benjamin F. Elliott
The Original This Week In Doctor Who is back after an unintended Gap Month. Accept no imitators (I think we have 2 other newsletters trying to use the name now. :) )
"Look at you. Oh you sexy thing! Look at you!"
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 193 EXTRA Edition
Running Time: 0:40:11
In this Doctor Who: Podshock Extra Edition we have more of our interviews of Matt Smith and Karen Gillan from the red carpet. We continue our coverage of the New York Doctor Who events including insights gained from the Q and A at the Paley Center such as the origins of the 11th Doctor saying "Geronimo," Steven Moffat's The Eleventh Hour script, which historical event would Matt and Karen most like to visit in a story, and more. Plus our "carcast" recorded immediately following the screening at the Paley Center where we give our initial take on the evening's events, meeting Murray Gold, etc.. In addition, Anthony Burdge is back reporting in wrapping up the East Village Cinema event.
"Hello. I'm the Doctor. Basically… run!"
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 192
Running Time: 0:50:05
We interview Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Steven Moffat, Piers Wenger, Beth Willis and others in NYC (part 1 of our coverage of the New York Doctor Who events of April 2010 at the Paley Center for Media, the Apple SoHo store, and the East Village Cinema), plus Paul Castle at Gallifrey 21 discusses his book, Shooty Dog Thing.