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Breaking News on Gallifrey 22 and More Doctor Who Related News in The Sonic Newsdriver (16 Oct 2010)
Sonic Newsdriver (16 October 2010) -
The Sonic Newsdriver 20101016 A double length show featuring breaking news of Gallifrey 22 with special guest Shaun Lyon of the Gallifrey One conventions, plus talkin' about my regeneration, don't cross the streams, born in the USA, Tennant trending, what's wrong with my voice, gossiping Gaiman, heard it was your birthday, hello? hello?, Wiiiii have a date, Who is watching you?, NYCC tops 95000, Party with Daphne Ashbrook, and more!
Selected Doctor Who related news delivered sonically.
For Earth-date: Saturday, the 16th of Oct. 2010
The Sonic Newsdriver 20101016
A double length show featuring breaking news of Gallifrey 22 with special guest Shaun Lyon of the Gallifrey One conventions, plus talkin' about my regeneration, don't cross the streams, born in the USA, Tennant trending, what's wrong with my voice, gossiping Gaiman, heard it was your birthday, hello? hello?, Wiiiii have a date, Who is watching you?, NYCC tops 95000, Party with Daphne Ashbrook, and more!
"Good news everyone…" (I say in a Professor Fransworth voice from Futurama), The Sonic Newsdriver podcast is back and it's about time (and space of course). The latest episode is now available a week prior to the launch of the 4th series of The Sarah Jane Adventures, and as such, there's plenty of coverage about it in this episode, along with of course news about Doctor Who itself and more. It is a great way to stay on top of selected Doctor Who related news while on the go!
- Sonic Newsdriver 20101003 (MP3, 10.2 MB, 15:50)
The Sonic Newsdriver 20101003
Selected Doctor Who related news delivered sonically.
For Earth-date: Sunday, the 3rd of Oct. 2010
Sarah Jane Adventures Return, Matt Smith is the Piano Man, Doctor Who Live news, Music News, Doctor Who and the Florence and the Machine, NYCC is Coming to Town, Your iPhone Just Got More Sonic, Party Like It's 1996, and more.
Stay on top of your favourite podcast, plus get bonus exclusives with the new DW Podshock Companion App for the iPhone/iPod touch/iPad. It is an inexpensive way to help support the podcast while keeping up with news, podcast episodes, the Twitter feed, and exclusive content available through the app.
It is a universal app, so it runs in native resolution on both the Apple iPhone/iPod touch as well as the iPad. When you launch it, you will see a splash screen featuring the familiar faces of the podcast hosts. From there you can explore news stories, podcast episodes, the latest on our Twitter feed ( @Podshock ), and exclusives just for the app (these are different than DWP Extra Edition episodes).
"Our lives are different to anybody else's. That's the exciting thing, that nobody in the universe can do what we're doing."
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 221
Running Time: 1:25:46
We interview Deborah Watling (Victoria Waterfield) and director Graeme Harper, plus 2011 will bring 2 series of Doctor Who instead of 1 but no Daleks, Sylvester McCoy in The Hobbit, Live coverage from Doctor Who: Podshock's 5th anniversary celebration with Lewis Bailey (The Happiness Patrol Podcast) and Terry Lighfoot (The DirtyWhoers podcast), Gallifrey update and convention reports, Tom Baker returns again as the 4th Doctor, and more.
After a long hiatus, Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi has returned. Dave Cooper @daveac joins me, Louis Trapani @LouisTrapani as co-host in this episode in which we discuss the new Torchwood series coming to Starz in the US, series 4 of The Sarah Jane Adventures, we invite our younger listeners for their reviews of K9 - The Series, plus we discuss Sherlock, The Deep, Ashes to Ashes, Merlin, and more. It also features part of an interview with Brian Croucher (Travis (2) on Blake's 7) that can be heard in full in Doctor Who: Podshock 219.
For more details, see Episode 8 of Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi. If you are subscribing to the podcast, it is already in the feeds, or alternatively, you can download it directly here: Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi - Ep. 8 (MP3, 39 MB)
Doctor Who: Podshock - Aftershock 20100903
Running Time: 0:08:23
James Naughton is once again attending Whooverville this year and in this brief Aftershock episode of Doctor Who: Podshock he tells us what to expect.
NOTE - I'm posting this item as a Blog post as it's not strictly a GE topic although it relates to SciFi
The Cultdom Collective Podcast have just done our first Interview Podcast!
Rachel Bloom Blows off Ray Bradbury to get down and dirty with Dave, Ian and Misha. Join us as we chat with the wonderful Comedian gone Viral Video Sensation Rachel Bloom.
Direct link to mp3
"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).