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"Tell me on the way Brigadier! Tell me on the way! You must cultivate a sense of urgency."
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 225
Running Time: 1:15:11
LIVE from New York Comic Con with special guest, Tony Lee @mrtonylee (Doctor Who: The Forgottenand the ongoing Doctor Who comic series by IDW), plus breaking news on Gallifrey 22 with Shaun Lyon, Doctor Who: Demon Quest 2 - The Demon of Paris, and more.
Doctor Who: Podshock returns to Manhattan this month for another live recording at New York Comic Con (NYCC). Taking place at 4pm on Sunday, the 10th of October 2010 or simply: 10•10•10
Our special invited guest is the one and only Tony Lee!
Although this is our second live recording of Doctor Who: Podshock in Manhattan this year, it is our first at NYCC. The convention runs from Friday, the 8th to Sunday, the 10th of October at the Jacob K. Javitts Center in New York, NY. For further details about the convention including ticket prices, visit their website, newyorkcomiccon.com.
Join Doctor Who: Podshock live at I-CON 29 on Sunday, March 28, 2010 at 2pm (EDT) in Stony Brook, NY.
Doctor Who: Podshock returns to the annual New York science fiction, fact, and fantasy convention this spring for another live show. I-CON is back at the SUNY Stony Brook University again this year with invited Sarah Douglas, Ronald D. Moore, Charisma Carpenter, Tony Todd and more.
Hosts Ken Deep and Louis Trapani will be there in person and James Naughton via the net in the UK recording an upcoming episode of Doctor Who: Podshock at the convention (location: Harriman 112). Possible in-person guests TBA.
The snap answer to this question is, of course, “There’s no such thing as too much ‘Doctor Who’”. But is that really the case? Have we reached the point where keeping up with Doctor Who is such a full-time job, that we don’t have time for our real full-time jobs or any other aspect of life?