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Doctor Who: Podshock
Doctor Who: Podshock - The longest running Doctor Who podcast.
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Now you can support our podcast and at the same time get extra content made available for Supporting Subscribers!
When you become a Supporting Subscriber, you will have access to special extra shows for Supporting Subscribers (episodes produced specifically for Supporting Subscribers and/or premium shows made available to Supporting Subscribers), discount offers, giveaways (such as Blu-ray discs), and other special benefits.
Don't hesitate, become a Supporting Subscriber today. To celebrate this new exciting program, we are offering Supporting Subscriptions at a special introductory price of only $5 (US) a month. Not much more than the cost of large coffee at a speciality shop. It is only about half the price of a typical movie ticket. Not only will you be supporting our regular show, but we will gain access to extra content with your support.
You will have your own special unique individualized feed for your extra content. This can be integrated right into iTunes (or use another podcasting client if like), just like our regular show feed. So you can be get your extra content in the same way you get our regular Podshock shows. You will also have access to the extra content via a special login site for Supporting Subscribers.
No huge investment up front. Only for a simple small monthly Supporting Subscriber fee each month which you can cancel any time will make you feel better knowing you are supporting a show you love and help ensure it to continue and grow.
Some of the perks of being a Podshock Supporting Subscriber:
- Helping Podshock continue and grow
- Get Extra content (Extra Editions) regularly on your own personalized feed
- A Supoorting Subscriber newsletter sent via email once a month
- Automatically entered to be randomly selected to receive giveaway items (Blu-ray discs, signed books, etc.)
- You will be bumped up in the queue during our live over the net shows
- Special discounts (for events and other purchases)
- Exclusive invites (to join us at events perhaps with a cast or crew member)
- And more, we are adding ways to thank our supporting subscribers all the time!
Doctor Who: Podshock is the longest running Doctor Who podcast (internet radio show) presented by the fan run Gallifreyan Embassy (est. 1985) and is the official podcast of the Gallifrey One conventions. We feature interviews with the Doctor Who cast and crew along with the latest Doctor Who news, reviews, interviews, commentaries and discussions from an international perspective.
The award winning Doctor Who podcast; Doctor Who: Podshock began in 2005 on the 20th anniversary of the Gallifreyan Embassy. In that time, it quickly grew into one of the most popular Doctor Who podcasts and continues to be to this day.
Doctor Who: Podshock will once again be taking to the net on Sunday, 09 November 2014 for a live-over-the-net show reviewing the twelfth episode of the 2014 Doctor Who series, Death in Heaven.
We return with our live-over-the-net review series this time talking about the twelfth episode of the 2014 series with Peter Capaldi as the Doctor.
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."
This is a quick note to wish all of our listeners of Doctor Who: Podshock a very happy and healthy new year. The past year has been a very trying time recovering from a devastating storm that was Superstorm Sandy. It is delightful that when we came back after a long hiatus, our listeners were still here, still downloading the show and welcoming us back.
How do you listen to audio podcasts? Are you taking advantage of the features of the enhanced podcast format? In other words, accessing the chapters, embedded images and links? The reason I am asking is because all signs point to the fact that Apple is phasing this format out. Their latest Podcast app doesn't seem to support it. Oh, it will play fine, and it will still sound better than the plain mp3 version, but the aforementioned features are absent. Also their latest version of GarageBand has removed the tools to create those features for enhanced podcasts.