The “Troughton Is My Doctor” (Doctor Who News and Opinion) blog is featuring Doctor Who: Podshock in their Podcastrovalva series which to my understanding will focus on Doctor Who podcasts. This is the first entry in that series and it features Doctor Who: Podshock. Below is a segment from the article. For the full piece, visit the linked entry on their site below.
Podcastrovalva 1- Podshock | Doctor Who News and Opinion: "I started listening to Doctor Who podcasts during the storm-related hiatus of Podshock. However, since it has been back, it has been one I make sure to always listen to within a day or two of its release."
The official website for Torchwood: Children of Earth has been launched. This BBC website is catering to the UK and thus media such as movies contained on the site are not available outside the UK.
People have asked us how they could link to us from their website. It is easy. Our URL is http://gallifreyanembassy.org (alternatively you can also use http://podshock.net). Once you land on our splash page going to either one of those URLs, it will automatically take you to our interactive site.
If you are linking directly to our previous interactive section of site (i.e. http://gallifreyanembassy.org/portal), please update your link to either the URL stated above or to http://gallifreyanmbassy.org/vortex).
Also if you are so inclined, we have a web banner graphic that can be used (see below to download the 468x60 JPEG banner graphic).
With our new website (3.0), comes a new feature of blogs. It basically means in addition to news and other postings featured on our site, we will have regular contributors posting blog entries here as well relating to all things Doctor Who including the spin-offs of it.
Currently, the bloggers will be limited to staff and crew of the website and Doctor Who: Podshock, but will also feature other writers. One of which you will know from our podcast, but perhaps more so from his weekly This Week in Doctor Who (TWIDW) listings on Outpost Gallifrey and the TWIDW Yahoo Group, we welcome Benjamin Elliott who will be posting This Week in Doctor Who here as a regular blog.
Once again, the Gallifreyan Embassy website has regenerated. This is sort of the Jon Pertwee version of our site (give or take), as it is essentially our third incarnation of the website.
This new site is still being developed while our previous site remains operating and functioning as it had been since the last regeneration (2005). Eventually, we will migrate here as our default site while keeping the previous site as-is for archival purposes.
NOTE: If you have an existing account from our previous site, it will need to be re-created here.
While content is being moved to and being developed here on our website 3.0, please access our previous site for the past four years worth content.