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  • The Blue Box Podcast

    Episode 194: Series Four Part Two

    The Blue Box Podcast

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    20:03 (GMT) - 13 Feb 2016

    The Blue Box Podcast - Episode 194: Series Four Part Two Brought to you every Saturday by Starburst Columnist - JR Southall, Lee Rawlings, Mark Cockram and Simon Brett.

  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #515 - Gallifrey One Is Required

    Radio Free Skaro

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    19:00 (GMT) - 13 Feb 2016

    It's Gallifrey One time! And for the fifth straight year, Radio Free Skaro was proud as punch to open the convention with a live stage show! Revel in the tales of "The Five(ish) Doctors" with Peter Davison! Be enthralled with the writing process with Sarah Dollard and Jamie Mathieson! Hear the secrets of casting with casting director Andy Pryor! Listen as Julian Glover recounts tales of working with Steven Spielberg! And experience the quintessence of eccentricity that is Patricia Quinn! And stay check out the feed on Monday to see the special video that played before the live show!

    Check out the show notes at http://www.radiofreeskaro.com

  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 558: Big Finish Main Range 208 - Waters of Amsterdam

    Tin Dog Podcast

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    02:00 (GMT) - 13 Feb 2016

    Reunited with the Doctor and Nyssa, Tegan joins them on a trip to Amsterdam's Rijkmuseum to see a new exhibition of the work of Rembrandt van Rijn, featuring his drawings of "Vessels of the Stars". The Doctor is astonished to discover that they are designs for spaceships that would actually work, and decides to pop back to the Dutch Golden Age for a quiet word with Rembrandt - but the world-weary artist is no mood to help. Meanwhile, strange forces are swirling in the canals, creatures from ancient myth, the watery, goblin-like Nix. What is their connection to the mysterious Countess Mach-Teldak - and to the events of Tegan's life during her year away from the Doctor? Written By: Jonathan MorrisDirected By: Jamie Anderson Cast Peter Davison (The Doctor), Sarah Sutton (Nyssa), Janet Fielding (Tegan), Tim Delap (Kyle), Richard James (Rembrandt Van Rijn), Elizabeth Morton (Teldak),Robbie Stevens (Polsbroek/Nix), Wayne Forester (Glauber). Other parts played by the cast. Producer David RichardsonScript Editor Alan Barnes

  • Roy's Rocket Radio

    RRR 121, Inc. iPhone 7, Gravity Waves and Planet X

    Roy's Rocket Radio

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    23:52 (GMT) - 12 Feb 2016

    News: Do You Remember? I Do Tech! Thursday-ish-ish Show, TV: X-Files (2016), Technology: iPhone 7, Mobile World Congress 2016, Planet X, Google and HMRC, Gravity Waves Detected by LIGO

  • The Sonic Toolbox

    Gallysode 1-16: Good Morning Gallifrey One!

    The Sonic Toolbox

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    21:37 (GMT) - 12 Feb 2016

    Sorry for the delay. As usual, we had technical difficulties uploading this. But we are here, and we are having fun!

  • Mutter's Spiral Podcast

    Mutter's Gally16 Friday Morning

    Mutter's Spiral Podcast

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    18:30 (GMT) - 12 Feb 2016

    Will and John are together again on Friday morning at GallyOne. We preview what we're looking forward to today and get pod-bombed. Stay tuned for more throughout the weekend.

  • Tim's Take On...

    Tim's Take On: Episode 318(Michael Dorn at Star Trek Generations)

    Tim's Take On...

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    17:00 (GMT) - 12 Feb 2016

    Another trip back to the Star Trek Generations convention in 1995, this week for actor Michael Dorn aka Worf in STTNG and as far as I know the earliest recording of me asking a question to a convention guest.

    With TARDIS building currently a bit on hold here's a recent video I shot about setting up and using my Ring Modular https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQNfVTrOsl4

    If you want to send me comments or feedback you can email them to tdrury2003@yahoo.co.uk or contact me on twitter where I'm @tdrury or send me a friend request and your comments to facebook where I'm Tim Drury and look like this http://www.flickr.com/photos/tdrury/3711029536/in/set-72157621161239599/ in case you were wondering.

  • The Doctor Who Big Blue Box Podcast

    Big Blue Box Podcast - Episode 77

    The Doctor Who Big Blue Box Podcast

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    07:30 (GMT) - 12 Feb 2016

    Hey Who fans, it’s episode 77. Without further ado, news and reviews awaits so… allons-y!

    The News

    Steven Moffat has bagged himself an OBE! Yes, still current show runner was given the award in this years honours for his services to drama and we think it’s thoroughly deserved. We may not have agreed with or liked all of Moffat’s decisions during his time as head writer but you can’t argue with his tireless dedication and work ethic.

    You may remember a couple of weeks ago we told you about a Kickstarter project to bring the classic Doctor Who pinball machine into a digital format. Well, it’s not reached 100% of it’s funding goal, woo-hoo! Awesome job to those who backed this, we can’t wait to play it.

    Series 10 is underway! Yes, pre-production is getting into motion and filming begins this May. It’s good to know that things are still happening and they’re nearly into filming, here’s looking forward to those official pics from the production team.

    “42” Review

    Series 3 is generally considered pretty good but this story is often overlooked. Claustrophobic, suspense and eery possession make this an interesting concept plus it’s well times as it was Chris Chibnall’s first story for Who. Are we impressed or running from the sun with this one?

    Thank you for listening, next week we go old school as we travel back to the Hartnell years so look out for the post on Facebook, we always look forward to your thoughts. Until then week – Allons-y!

  • The Oncoming Storm

    The Oncoming Storm Ep 167: Millennial Rites, Blood Heat Director's Cut, All-Consuming Fire audio

    The Oncoming Storm

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    03:07 (GMT) - 12 Feb 2016

    As the snows start falling on the southeastern states, The Oncoming storm is snuggled up by the fire to get some reading done, and they're finally ready to tell you about it in episode 167! Josh, Ashley, and Jeff are here to tell you what they've been reading. Well, Josh and Jeff are, Ashley didn't finish his homework! First up is Millennial Rites by Craig Hinton, as the 6th Doctor faces his inner Valeyard amongst the return of The Great Intelligence. Then we get to something Ashley can contribute to, as we talk about the audio adaptation of All-Consuming Fire by Andy Lane, adapted by Guy Adams. The grand finale is Josh's review of Blood Heat: The Director's Cut by Jim Mortimore, which includes some last minute comments from the author himself. The Oncoming Storm... This time, all of our clothes have turned into long black cloaks for some reason. Hide the babies!

    Time Stamps

    News- 05:12

    Millennial Rites- 27:41

    All-Consuming Fire- 01:02:57

    Blood Heat Director's Cut- 01:16:00

  • Mutter's Spiral Podcast

    Mutter's Gally16 On the Road to GallifreyOne

    Mutter's Spiral Podcast

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    02:24 (GMT) - 12 Feb 2016

    John checks in from the road to GallifreyOne. And then uploads it from a convenient rest stop.

  • Stories From The Vortex: A Doctor Who Audio Adventures Podcast

    Episode 41: Stories From The Hub

    Stories From The Vortex: A Doctor Who Audio Adventures Podcast

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    01:11 (GMT) - 12 Feb 2016

    Everything changes in this episode as Matthew Kresal, Mary Lang and Robert Haynes give the first five releases from Big Finish's range of Torchwood audios a listen. As the five stories go under the scope, topics discussed include our thoughts on Torchwood's TV run, the formats used to tell the stories, John Barrowman as an audio drama performer and more.

     You can find the podcast via our website storiesfromthevortex.blogspot.com or on iTunes. If you'd like to send in feedback to the podcast you can do so at feedback.vortex@yahoo.com and you can join the podcasts's Facebook group. We're a proud member of the Doctor Who Podcast Alliance.

    Stories From The Vortex is an unofficial and unlicensed Doctor Who podcast and is not affiliated to the British Broadcasting Company (BBC), AudioGo or Big Finish Productions in any way. Doctor Who is a registered trademark of the BBC. No copyright infringement intended.

  • Doctor Whooch

    Doctor Whooch // Episode 081 // Space Babies

    Doctor Whooch

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    00:43 (GMT) - 12 Feb 2016

    In which we fawn over the Last Centurion. That dude is dreamy. As. FUCK.

    On this week's episode, Danica and Brandon are starting a project that will take them twisting all the way through 2016: The River Song Timeline Re-Watch. Or whatever it was we said when we were drunk. If we even said anything. It all starts with "A Good Man Goes To War" (Series 6, Episode 7) and then goes straight into other things on television. Or rather, it stumbles there. We were preeeeetttty drunk, you guys.

    Outro music is "Formation" by Beyonce.

    Podcast picture is by GIRL NAMED SHIRL PHOTOGRAPHY.

    Subscribe to Doctor Whooch on iTunes

  • Mutter's Spiral Podcast

    Mutter's Gally16 - John checks in before he hits the road.

    Mutter's Spiral Podcast

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    23:42 (GMT) - 11 Feb 2016

    John says hello right before he takes off to brave the California highways on the road to GallifreyOne. Send in questions on Twitter @mutterspiral or @yosemiteforest

  • Outpost Skaro Podcast

    Episode 110 - The Moff is off!

    Outpost Skaro Podcast

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    22:43 (GMT) - 11 Feb 2016

    Nic, Derek and Andy use some sticky tape to put the internet back together after the recent news of Steven Moffats departure caused it to explode. And speaking of explosions just what have Alex Kingston and John Hurt been doing in their Big Finish adventures?

  • Mutter's Spiral Podcast

    MUTTER'S SPIRAL Podcast - GALLY '16 - Thursday Arrival - Will

    Mutter's Spiral Podcast

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    22:41 (GMT) - 11 Feb 2016

    GALLY 2016 is here and MUTTER'S SPIRAL is here to enjoy! We will be putting up Podcasts all weekend, and we hope you listen and have fun and get a chance to experience what the convention is like! WY

  • The Memory Cheats

    The Memory Cheats - Series 2 #29

    The Memory Cheats

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    15:00 (GMT) - 11 Feb 2016

    Series 2, Episode 29 of Doctor Who: The Memory Cheats! And the story we will be discussing today is...

    Visit our website at http://www.thememorycheats.libsyn.com

    Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/thememorycheats

    Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DoctorWhoTheMemoryCheats

  • Wanderers in the 4th Dimension: A Journey Through Doctor Who

    Episode 77: The Sontaran Experiment

    Wanderers in the 4th Dimension: A Journey Through Doctor Who

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    14:00 (GMT) - 11 Feb 2016

    This week we cover story #77, The Sontaran Experiment. The Doctor and his companions transmat to Earth where a Sontaran soldier is running sinister experiments on the locals!

    QotW/Charlie's Variety Segment/Listener Mailbag

    Discussion of "The Sontaran Experiment" (David 6, Trevor 5.5, Charlie 4)

    Connor's Corner

    Discussion of Big Finish audio adventure "Binary" (David 6, Trevor 6, Charlie 5)


    • Trevor @WhovianTrev Trevsplace
    • Charlie @insanityinchaos The Infinite Longbox The Comic Conspiracy
    • David http://www.davidsafar.com/ @gwythinn MaroonedWhovian

    Join us next week for our review of Doctor Who story #78, Genesis of the Daleks! You can buy a digital copy on iTunes, rent the DVD from Netflix (if you can find it, they hid it well), or buy the DVD from Amazon.com, the WB Shop, the BBC Doctor Who Shop or many other fine retailers. It is also available as a special feature on the Doctor Who The Daleks boxed set.

  • A Disused Yeti

    Episode 11: Alien Technology Plus Human Stupidity

    A Disused Yeti

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    05:03 (GMT) - 10 Feb 2016

    Risa Romano and Warren Jaycox are joined by Nandini Bapat for a discussion about the Doctor Who technology we find most interesting and/or practical in the real word. Special thanks to Michelle Nishimura for filming.

  • MarkWHO42 - The Doctor Who Podcast

    episode 135 - Briggs' Finish

    MarkWHO42 - The Doctor Who Podcast

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    07:00 (GMT) - 10 Feb 2016

    The Team of MarkWHO42 decided their next episode should go BIG. BIG FINISH that is. The team interviews the most versatile voice of Doctor WHO and Executive Producer of Big Finish Productions, Nicholas Briggs. They time travel into Nick's past to discuss when he became a WHOvian, how Big Finish started, and how he became the voice of the Daleks, Cybermen, Judoon and many, many more of the big baddies. And what did he REALLY say as the Nestene Consciousness. We also delve into BIG FINISH and how it kept the Doctor WHO series alive, even when the TV series had died, and how it continues to keeps other venues going way after their demise on TV. So grab your voice modulator, and take a deep breath as we venture into the like of Nicholas Briggs. Also, keep an eye out at markwho42.net and MarkWHO42 on Facebook and find out where you can get your hands on some Big Finish Audios from MarkWHO42 Books.

  • Diddly Dum Podcast

    DIDDLY DUM PODCAST 051 - Podcasters Assemble 2

    Diddly Dum Podcast

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    18:47 (GMT) - 10 Feb 2016

    Hayden brings us the second in his occasional series of “Podcasters Assemble” where he chats to a dazzling international array of fellow Doctor Who podcasters and tries to understand what makes them tick.

    This week, we hear Erika (for it is she) Ensign from the “Verity!” podcast, Marc (for it is he) Atkinson from the “Progtor Who” podcast, Christian (for it is he) Cawley from “The Podkast With a K” and Phil (for it is he) Cannon from the “Who’s He?” podcast.

    You may by now have noticed that we’re pushing for the formal introduction of “(for it is s/he)” as a title for Doctor Who podcasters, the Jedi Knights of fandom. On the subject of which, we close this week’s podcast with a little tribute to another knight of the airwaves.

    (The international flavour of this week’s artwork comes courtesy of friend of the show, Simon (for it is he) Brett of the Blue Box Podcast.)


    Direct MP3 Download Link = DDPC051 – Podcasters Assemble 2

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    Find us on Facebook

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    Find Diddly Dum pics on Tumbler.

    Visit our new Youtube page.


    Email us at diddlydumpodcast@yahoo.co.uk



    (00:00:00) Our Pandemonium themed intro has been illustrated by friend of the show Simon (for it is he) Brett of the Blue Box Podcast who can claim to be one of the four original parents of the Diddly Dum Podcast. If we are the Prince Caspian of Doctor Who podcasting, just think of the Blue Boxers as Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy. Simon’s Facebook page can be found here and his website is here. The summit of his broadcasting career of course came in 2014 when he visited The Whoseum in Diddly Dum Podcast 017 (“Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings”).

    (00:02:04) Hayden’s first guest this week is Erika (for it is she) Ensign of the “Verity!” podcast.

    (00:29:15) Hayden’s second guest this week is Marc (for it is he) Atkinson of the “Progtor Who” podcast.

    (00:57:06) Hayden’s third guest this week is Christian (for it is he) Cawley of the “Podkast With a K”.

    (01:21:38) Hayden’s fourth guest this week is Phil (for it is he) Cannon of the “Who’s He?” podcast.

    (01:52:10) We round off this week’s podcast with a tribute to two men who have been lost to broadcasting since we recorded our last podcast. Few Doctor Who fans’ lives have not at some stage been touched by titan of the airwaves, Sir Terry Wogan. Terry encountered many stars of Doctor Who during his interviewing career and of course his years as the great helmsman of the BBC’s Children in Need. Terry interviews Colin Baker here and interviews Jon Pertwee here. “The Five Doctors” 20th anniversary special was broadcast in the UK on Children in Need night and, after the closing credits, Terry met the then current Doctor, Peter Davidson here. He met half the stars of Doctor Who during the 1985 Children in Need night here. Our musical tribute is a clip from Terry’s 1978 recording of “The Floral Dance” which reached Number 1 in the British charts. He tries to keep his face straight in this “Top of the Pops” appearance from the time. We also recently lost Ed “Stewpot” Stewart, DJ and (to Doc’s generation) presenter of “Crackerjack” (Crackerjack).

    The Diddly Dum Podcast acknowledges the copyright of anyone we’ve pinched stuff from.

  • Trust Your Doctor

    Book Ep. 2: It's Fun to Have Fun Ft. Flight Through Entirety

    Trust Your Doctor

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    16:57 (GMT) - 10 Feb 2016

    I’ve been told that having fun is pretty great.

    This is a very special episode of Trust Your Doctor. Before I get into that, can I mention how difficult titling this is? “Ft. Flight Through Entirety” is the most space saving way to credit the crossover, but it’s not entirely accurate. We only got two hosts (again) of Flight Through Entirety, although this time it’s Nathan and Richard rather than Nathan and Brendan. It’ll do as a title though, as it is rather representative of the episode anyway. Didn’t I make this same point last time?

    Well anyway, this crossover we talk (yet again) about a Doctor Who novel from the wilderness years. Let me stop you again, and rephrase that a bit more accurately. The hosts attempt to talk about a Doctor Who novel, with…. varying degrees of success. This time it’s The English Way of Death, written by Gareth Roberts and published on the 21st of March, 1996. It was recently republished (in 2015) as part of the Doctor Who History Collection, and you can find that republish on Amazon. The English Way of Death takes place immediately after The Romance of Crime (another Gareth Roberts novel), which takes place between Creature From the Pit and Nightmare of Eden.

    If you want more Flight Through Entirety (let’s be honest, who wouldn’t?), be sure to check them out at their wonderful internet locales below.
    Twitter: Podcast / Nathan / Brendan / Todd / Richard

    And for the usual listeners, you can find us at the normal locations:
    Subscribe on iTunes!
    Check us out on Facebook!
    Check us out on YouTube!
    Check us out on Twitter!

  • Doctor Who: Verity!

    In Defense Of (and) Gally!

    Doctor Who: Verity!

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    12:30 (GMT) - 10 Feb 2016

    Gallifrey One is right around the corner, and we can't wait for our "In Defense Of" panel! Join Deb, Erika, Lynne, and Tansy as we get our In Defense Of fix before the con so Lynne and Tansy can participate (since they [sadly] won't be at Gally). Deb comes up with a doozy for defense. Lynne breaks Deb. And there are many, many laughs.

    And Deb and Erika talk a bit about what they're looking forward to at Gally!


    Related links [on our site]:
    Our other In Defense Of eps
    Gallifrey One
    LI Who

  • Tin Dog Podcast


    Tin Dog Podcast

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    08:11 (GMT) - 10 Feb 2016

    Win City of Death - Paperback @tindogpodcast interviews @Gossjam James Goss (producer) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia James Goss (born 1974) is an English writer and producer, known both for his work in cult TV spin-off media, including tie-in novels and audio stories for Doctor Who and Torchwood, and for his fictional works beyond ready made universes. Contents [hide] 1Doctor Who 1.1Online content 1.2Television, radio and DVD 1.3Books 2Theatre 3Other work 4Selected bibliography 5External links 6References Doctor Who[edit] Online content[edit] In 2000, Goss was made a BBC senior content producer and put in charge of the BBC's official Doctor Who website. Originally the site was part of the BBC's Cult TV website. Goss slowly expanded the content to include Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Farscape, The Simpsons, 24 and Doctor Who. He was subsequently voted Number 19 in TV Cream's 2004 poll of Top 50 Media Movers and Shakers.[1] With the return of Doctor Who in 2005, the Cult site was slowly wound down in order to concentrate solely on the show. Goss moved to BBC Wales to oversee the production of the new show's web site, expanding the contents to include cast and crew interviews, games and spin-off sites based on the broadcast episodes. His aim was to construct a whole world beyond the show that viewers could get further involved in, notably employing graphic designer Lee Binding for front pages and site design, and writer Joseph Lidster for the spin-off sites' fictional content. Sequence, a Cardiff-based design agency, were also responsible for all of the 2006 Doctor Who series games, experiences and many of the associated websites. Goss also produced the video clip "krill-loop" for a tie-in website. Television, radio and DVD[edit] Having produced previous Doctor Who web only animations (such as Scream of the Shalka)[2] and Shada,[3] in 2005 Goss produced the animations of two missing episodes of the The Invasion. The animation, developed by Cosgrove Hall, was originally intended as web-only content[4] but was later added to the DVD release and went on to be voted best DVD special feature in the 2006 Doctor Who Magazine awards. In 2006, Goss developed and produced The Infinite Quest, a Doctor Who animation shown on BBC One and CBBC in 2007. He was also producer of the special features for the DVD release. He has since produced DVD extra features for further 2 Entertain Doctor Who releases, including The Chase, The Keys of Marinus, The Masque of Mandragora, and The Trial Of A Time Lord. In 2006, he appeared in an episode of Doctor Who Confidential.[5] In 2013 Scream of the Shalka was released on DVD with extras which include James Goss presenting a documentary on how the series came to be made and appearing in a documentary about the BBC cult website. He also produced a series of 5 (short) documentaries called Doctor Forever which appeared across Doctor Who DVD Special Edition releases in 2013. He was also involved in producing a series of documentaries for the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who which in 2013 were first shown on BBC America and subsequently on Watch in the UK. Books[edit] In 2007, he contributed to the Doctor Who short-story collection Short Trips: Snapshots. His first book, Almost Perfect, a tie-in to the Doctor Who spin-off series Torchwood, was released in October 2008 and was followed by two more Torchwoodnovels and Bad Blood, a novel based on the TV series Being Human. Goss's Dead Air, read by David Tennant, was voted 2010 Audiobook Of The Year.[6] His Eleventh Doctor audiobook The Hounds of Artemis was given away free with a February 2011 issue of The Guardian. It is read by Matt Smith and Clare Corbett. His books Dead of Winter (Doctor Who) and First Born (Torchwood) were both nominated for the 2012 British Fantasy Society Awards. He has written numerous stories produced by Big Finish Productions in their Doctor Who related ranges. In 2013, BBC Books published Goss's short novel Summer Falls, purportedly written by Doctor Who character Amelia (Pond) Williams. In September 2014 his Doctor Who novel 'Blood Cell' was published (Twelfth Doctor). In addition to the three Torchwood novels and Doctor Who novels, James Goss is the co-author, with Steve Tribe, of The Dalek Handbook (2011), Doctor Who: A History of the Universe in 100 Objects (2012) and The Doctor: His Lives and Times (2013). In 2014 he contributed to the Shakespeare Notebooks. In 2015 his novel Haterz, about a man making the internet a better place one murder at a time, was published in the UK bySolaris Books and launched at the Forbidden Planet Megastore in London on 12 March 2015 with a book reading and signing by the author.[7] Theatre[edit] Goss's stage play Dirk, adapted with fellow student Arvind Ethan David from the Douglas Adams book Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency, has been staged around the world. In 2006 it won "Best Adaptation" in the 28th LA Weekly Theater Awards.[8] He wrote the play 7 Spies At The Casino about the making of the 1967 film Casino Royale, which was performed at theEdinburgh Festival Fringe in August 2007.[9] James Goss has also written a play about the true story of the "terribly nice friendship" between Mr Peter Cushing and SirChristopher Lee, forged during their Hammer Horror careers (see Hammer Film Productions). The play, called 'The Gentlemen of Horror', was first performed on 27 November 2013 at the Woolwich Grand Theatre. It was performed in the summer of 2014 at the Camden Fringe where it received favourable reviews including [10] and [11] Other work[edit] Goss blogged from the Edinburgh Fringe for The Guardian's web site in 2007[12] and wrote a series of guest blogs about archive television for the AOL UK TV web site in 2009-2010.[13] As mentioned above, James Goss wrote three novels for the Doctor Who spin-off series Torchwood. In addition, in theTorchood range, he wrote four short stories, published in the Torchwood Magazine; two audiobooks, Department X andGhost Train; and two radio plays both broadcast on BBC radio 4; Golden Age on 2 July 2009 and The House of the Deadon 13 July 2011. In 2015 he became the producer of a new series of Torchwood audio stories to be produced by Big Finish Productions ( Torchwood (Big Finish series) ). From 2011 to 2012, James Goss co-produced with Joseph Lidster, the Big Finish Productions' range of Dark Shadowsaudio dramas. In 2014 he also produced the New Adventures of Bernice Summerfield for Big Finish Productions. Since 2012 James Goss has written three Lady Serpent Egyptian murder stories, published by Endeavor Press. These are described as fast-paced, historical murder mysteries that brilliantly capture the atmosphere of ancient Egypt - as well as being enthralling detective stories. Selected bibliography[edit] Novels, Audiobooks & ebooks Haterz (2015) The Lady Serpent Series The Race of Scorpions (2012) Poison Seed (2013) Blood and Sand (2013) Torchwood Almost Perfect (2008) Risk Assessment (2009) First Born (2011) Doctor Who Dead Air (2010) Dead of Winter (2011) The Hounds of Artemis (2011) The Art of Death (2012) Summer Falls (2013) Blood Cell (2014) Being Human Bad Blood (2010) Radio Dramas Torchwood Golden Age (2009) The House of the Dead (2011) (see The Lost Files (Torchwood)) Audio dramas Doctor Who The Time Museum (2012) The Last Post (Doctor Who audio) (2012) The Scorchies (2013) Counter Measures: The Fifth Citadel (2013) Gallifrey (audio series) VI: Renaissance (2013) Bernice Summerfield Missing Persons: 5.4 The Winning Side (2013) The New Adventures of Bernice Summerfield: The Lights of Skaro (2014) Jago & Litefoot (audio drama series): 7.2 Night of 1000 Stars (2014) Mask of Tragedy (2014) Jago & Litefoot (audio drama series): 8.1 Encore of the Scorchies (2014) The Gods of Winter (2015) The Sins of Winter (2015) Jago & Litefoot (audio drama series): 10.3 The Mourning After (2015) River Song Diaries: 1.3 Signs (2016) Torchwood Department X (2011) Ghost Train (2011) Fall to Earth (2015) (see Torchwood (Big Finish series)) Dark Shadows The Doll House (2010) The Poisoned Soul (2011) The Crimson Pearl with Joseph Lidster (2011) The House by the Sea (2012) The Harvest of Souls (2014) Blakes 7 Three (The Liberator Chronicles Volume 5:3 (2013)) Spoils (The Liberator Chronicles 8:3 (2014)) Iris Wildthyme Comeback of the Scorchies (Wildthyme Reloaded 1(2015)) Short stories Torchwood The Last Voyage of Osiris (2009) in Torchwood Magazine Issue 17 The Package (2010) in Torchwood Magazine Issue 22 The Mind's Eye (2010) Torchwood Magazine Issue 24 We All Go Through with Steve Tribe (2011) Torchwood Magazine Issue 25 Doctor Who Indian Summer in Short Trips: Snapshots (2007) Phoenix in Short Trips: Indefinable Magic (2009) Non Fiction The Dalek Handbook with Steve Tribe (2011) Doctor Who: A History of the Universe in 100 Objects with Steve Tribe (2012) The Doctor: His Lives and Times with Steve Tribe (2013) The Shakespeare Notebooks (2014) External links[edit] James Goss at the Internet Movie Database Skip's Acorn Treasury, James Goss's blog.

  • Gallifrey Public Radio - A Doctor Who Podcast

    O Brother, Why Art Thou Evil? (The Time Meddler)

    Gallifrey Public Radio - A Doctor Who Podcast

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    05:16 (GMT) - 10 Feb 2016

    What's the first thing you would do if given access to a time machine? If your first answer isn't "exploit temporal dynamics to make myself rich beyond reason" then you're doing it wrong. Other acceptable answers are "muck about in the past to see what outcomes you can create in the future" or "steer world events to my liking because, why the hell not?" This week we explore the classic story "The Time Meddler" and ask ourselves if we'd be more like the Doctor (not likely) or the Monk (very probably). We discuss the introduction of new companions and a very different Doctor from the early days in season one. News Links: Moffat Receives the Order of British Excellence Award

  • The Old Doctor Who Show

    20: The Deadly Assassin (Classic Doctor Who Review)

    The Old Doctor Who Show

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    05:00 (GMT) - 10 Feb 2016

    Dan and Eric talk about the disappearance of DOCTOR WHO from Netflix and Hulu and what it means for the future of this podcast.  Plus: CRISPIN GLOVER'S CLOWNY CLOWN CLOWN!  Also: they review the classic Tom Baker Doctor Who story, "The DEADLY ASSASSIN".

  • Who's He?

    Who's He? Podcast #233 Overwhelming sorrow absorbs me

    Who's He?

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    19:50 (GMT) - 9 Feb 2016

    In this edition of the Who's He? Podcast, Phil and Paul return to their series 2 retrospective with Love and Monsters. Yes, the pair of them were not looking forward to rewatching this not particularly well received story from Russell T. Davies, with Phil dreading having to watch Peter Kay and Paul dreading having to watch Marc Warren. But which one of them changed their mind about their least favourite actor and did either of them change their mind about this story?

    And in a very slow news week, Steven Moffat receives an OBE and also lets slip that he is writing the 2017 Christmas special which leads Phil and Paul (with no authority at all) to announce that this will be Peter Capaldi's regeneration story. And in Omega's Tat Corner, it's blu-ray tat that everyone already owns.

  • Gallifrey Stands

    Gallifrey Stands -Ep96- SFBall 22 Part 1: Annette Badland, Sabrina Bartlett & James Moran

    Gallifrey Stands

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    10:24 (GMT) - 9 Feb 2016

    We are joined by writer James Moran (Doctor Who: Fires of Pompeii, Torchwood) and actors Annette Badland & Sabrina Barlett in the first part of our coverage of SF Ball 22.

    We also hear from the SF Ball team about the event & the fantastic charity Teenage Cancer Trust that it raises money for. Donate here https://www.teenagecancertrust.org/support-us/donate

    Gallifrey Stands is sponsored by http://www.DottiesCharms.co.uk. Check out the Doctor Who range today.

    Whovian Round Up is by http://indiemacuser.com/

    Gallifrey Stands can be found at on twitter @DoctorSquee, by email GallifreyStandsPodcast@gmail.com, on stitcher, iTunes & http://gallifreystandspodcast.podbean.com & on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/1481026762176392/

    You can buy the GallifreyStands lipbalm @ https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/209093664/gallifrey-stands-geek-stix-inspired-by?ref=shop_home_active_12

  • The 20mb Doctor Who Podcast

    Episode #296

    The 20mb Doctor Who Podcast

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    13:35 (GMT) - 9 Feb 2016

    The Power of the Daleks

    Adam, Mary, Kirby and Debbie review the iconic introduction to Patrick Troughton. We also, surprisingly, have feedback plus You Won't Get This One.

  • Geek Syndicate

    Dissecting Worlds Series 10, Ep 6: Animal Men

    Geek Syndicate

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    12:30 (GMT) - 9 Feb 2016

    This time our hulking lizardman and tiny seagull look at animals in science fiction. So that is uplifted earth creatures and coincidentally similar aliens with special attention on:

    • Planet of the Apes in its sundry incarnations
    • David Brin's Uplift Saga magnus opus
    • Adrian Tchaikovsky's Children of Time
    • Cat girls and anthropomorphic Space Aliens
    • With nods to other pulp and hard SF takes on the tropes.
    • And we utterly fail to cover Elephant Men despite wanting to
    • Matt's bookshelf features Rome which will be a surprise.

    Pray dear listeners it's our conclusions episode next so let's have your feedback and ideas - emails and mp3s to dissectingworlds@yahoo.co.uk or find us on FACEBOOK or @dissectingwrlds on Twitter.

  • Traveling the Vortex

    Episode 267 - Anything but Consistent

    Traveling the Vortex

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    06:58 (GMT) - 9 Feb 2016

    In this week’s show we step away again briefly for another Beyond the Doctor segment, this time to review a film starring Eighth Doctor actor, Paul McGann. We chose the very popular British film from 1987, Withnail & I. We give our impressions on McGann’s performance, as well as that of alternative Ninth Doctor (or Shalka Doctor), Richard E. Grant. It’s a two-for-one this time it would appear.

    Also, a breakdown and our reaction to the news of the week.

    And of course, your feedback.


  • Two-minute Time Lord

    2MTL 408: Dan Starkey's Sontaran Stratagem

    Two-minute Time Lord

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    04:39 (GMT) - 9 Feb 2016

    Recorded at Long Island Who in November 2015, here's Strax himself: Dan Starkey! Dan talks about his journey from murderous soldier in "The Sontaran Stratagem" to the medical hero we have come to know and love and fear.

  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 557:Torchwood - Uncanny Valley

    Tin Dog Podcast

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    02:00 (GMT) - 9 Feb 2016

    What has made billionaire Neil Redmond emerge from his long seclusion? Captain Jack knows the answer, and is prepared to go to any lengths to prove it. A couple of years ago, Neil Redmond was in a terrible accident. His recovery has been long and slow, but now he's back and looking better than ever. Much better than ever. Dark forces have been behind Neil's transformation. Dark forces that Jack has been hunting for a long time. But Captain Jack's never been able to resist the darkness. Written By: David LlewellynDirected By: Neil Gardner Cast John Barrowman (Captain Jack Harkness), Steven Cree (Neil Redmond), Emma Reeves (Miss Trent) Produced by James Goss Script edited by Steve Tribe

  • The TARDIS Tavern

    Episode 146: The Singing Towers of Darrillium

    The TARDIS Tavern

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    00:36 (GMT) - 9 Feb 2016

    Putting things back on track, our heroes find themselves immersed in the world of politics. To distract themselves, they go back to the topic they planned on discussing when we last met them: "Silence in the Library" and "Forest of the Dead", written by Steven Moffat and featuring the Tenth Doctor and Donna. And, since they really enjoy celebrating Christmas in February, they also dip their little piggies into "The Husbands of River Song".

    Also, news and stuff that was probably covered more thoroughly by other podcasts weeks ago.

    We like email and feedback, so send it to us at tardistavern@gmail.com. Also look for us on Facebook. All the kids are doing it.

  • Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC #111 Listen 8.4 [Lost Episode]

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway

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    21:10 (GMT) - 8 Feb 2016

    320 days until Next Christmas!


    • Welcome to Mostly Harmless Cutaway One One One featuring Chris and Eric. Join us as we delve into the Peter Capaldi's fourth outing as The Doctor, Listen. Let the banter begin!
    • Blogpage poster art by Stuart Manning stuart-manning.tumblr.com


    • This discussion contains miscellaneous K-9 and Company, Torchwood, Sarah Jane Adventures, Sherlock, Class, new WHO, and/or classic SPOILERS pertaining to Doctor Who. If you are 100% spoilerphobic to new & classic episodes not yet seen, do NOT complain to us. This episode is MOSTLY HARMLESS & contains EXPLICIT ideas, and as always expect strokes of innuendo throughout.


    • This episode was recorded October 27, 2014.
    • Josh made his co-hosting MHC debut in MHC #12 Hungry Earth.
    • COMING SOON: MHC #112 ???


    Host/Producer: Eric @BullittWHO
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    Art: H.B. Lockwood @hayleyglyphs
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    R&D;: Erik S. @sjcAustenite
    Morale: Erika E. @HollyGoDarkly
    Eponymous opening by Emily K. @emilyooo
    MHCTheme created by E.A. Escamilla

  • Doctor Who - The High Council

    Doctor Who - The High Council, Episode 36

    Doctor Who - The High Council

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    17:00 (GMT) - 8 Feb 2016

    Well, it's time for episode 2 of Frontier in Space and all we can talk about is Worzel Gummidge and Mrs. King. How many times are The Doctor and Jo going to be incarcerated? Is it the mind probe or the mime probe? Brine robe? Do we talk about Star Wars more than Doctor Who? Who is the Kramer Ogron? When you get to your episode selection screen - PRESS IT.

    The Podcasts represented:

    Radio Free Skaro

    Doctor Who - The Writer's Room

    Doctor Who - Mostly Harmless Cutaway

  • Pledgebreak's Podcast

    Pledge Break Season Two, Episode Two: The Daemons

    Pledgebreak's Podcast

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    20:20 (GMT) - 7 Feb 2016

    Demons, aliens, archaeology, evil Morris men, a white witch -- it's all excitement in classic Jon Pertwee story The Daemons! Normally our run through classic Doctor Who would lead us to a Pat Troughton story next, but there was a problem with the file. Fortunately, we record well in advance, so we have this one for you to enjoy instead.

    If you enjoyed the episode, why not check us out on Facebook or Twitter? Don't forget to check out our blog, where we're posting all sorts of other articles about classic Doctor Who.

  • Lazy Doctor Who

    34: The Web Planet 2-4

    Lazy Doctor Who

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    06:15 (GMT) - 8 Feb 2016

    N (2-4)

    Erika and Steven close out their Superbowl Sunday Doctor Who marathon by continuing (but not quite finishing) “The Web Planet”. If only humans didn’t need sleep, there’d be more coming, but alas, sleep isn’t just for tortoises.

    Host Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky

    Referenced Works Doctor Who [Amazon] Show Notes & Links "The Zarbi" ("The Web Planet" part 2) "Escape to Danger" ("The Web Planet" part 3) "Crater of Needles" ("The Web Planet" part 4)

  • Lazy Doctor Who

    33: The Web Planet 1

    Lazy Doctor Who

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    04:28 (GMT) - 8 Feb 2016

    N (1)

    Steven and Erika haven’t had enough Doctor Who yet on this Superbowl Sunday. They move on from a historical to something altogether more out-there. You may find the reaction to it surprising.

    Host Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky

    Referenced Works Doctor Who [Amazon] Show Notes & Links "The Web Planet" ("The Web Planet" part 1)

  • Lazy Doctor Who

    32: The Romans 4

    Lazy Doctor Who

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    03:36 (GMT) - 8 Feb 2016

    M (4)

    Erika and Steven finish off 1965’s “The Romans”. Happily, Erika finds that the last ep is much less objectionable, which is good because she loves loving Doctor Who.

    Host Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky

    Referenced Works Doctor Who [Amazon] Show Notes & Links "Inferno" ("The Romans" part 4)

  • Lazy Doctor Who

    31: The Romans 2-3

    Lazy Doctor Who

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    02:46 (GMT) - 8 Feb 2016

    M (2-3)

    Steven and Erika continue their Superbowl Sunday 1965-Doctor Who viewing party. And Erika discovers “The Romans” isn’t as easy or pleasant to watch as she’d hoped.

    Host Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky

    Referenced Works Doctor Who [Amazon] Show Notes & Links "All Roads Lead to Rome" ("The Romans" part 2) "Conspiracy" ("The Romans" part 3)

  • Lazy Doctor Who

    30: The Romans 1

    Lazy Doctor Who

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    01:30 (GMT) - 8 Feb 2016

    M (1)

    Erika and Steven spend Superbowl Sunday watching Doctor Who from 1965. First up is “The Slave Traders”, episode 1 of “The Romans”, where the TARDIS crew decides to relax!

    Host Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky

    Referenced Works Doctor Who [Amazon] Show Notes & Links "The Slave Traders" ("The Romans" part 1)

  • Roy's Rocket Radio

    RRR 120, Inc. Writing Update and The Shannara Chronicles

    Roy's Rocket Radio

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    23:50 (GMT) - 7 Feb 2016

    News: Very Busy, Website Changes, Writing: Progress, Contextual Colour, TV: The Shannara Chronicles (2016), Movies: Bridge of Spies (2015), The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015), Goosebumps (2015)

  • The Blue Box Podcast

    Episode 193: Series Four Part One

    The Blue Box Podcast

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    19:19 (GMT) - 7 Feb 2016

    The Blue Box Podcast - Episode 193: Series Four Part One Brought to you every Saturday by Starburst Columnist - JR Southall, Lee Rawlings, Mark Cockram and Simon Brett.

  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #514 - Station to Station 27

    Radio Free Skaro

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    19:00 (GMT) - 7 Feb 2016

    Gallifrey One! Whether its your first time at the world's biggest and best fan-run Doctor Who convention, or you're an old hand at ribbons, Lobbycon, and the occasional panel, there's something for everyone from February 12-14 at the LAX Marriott in Los Angeles. We'll be kicking off the con with our annual live show on Friday, but we also did our level best this episode to give advice and recommendations so that you'll have a fun time amongst your fellow Whovians. We're not perfect, so be sure to check gallifreyone.com for all the info you'll need!

    Check out the show notes at http://www.radiofreeskaro.com

  • Trust Your Doctor

    Episode 107: Do You Dream of Davros?

    Trust Your Doctor

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    16:57 (GMT) - 7 Feb 2016

    Does Davros count Daleks to fall asleep?

    This week’s episode is brought to you by the color pink. And by pink, I mean PINK, because that frock that Romana wears is straight up bright pink. It contrasts nicely with the cold grey of the Dalek casings. Yes, this week it’s Destiny of the Daleks, written by Terry Nation and aired in September of 1979.

    Doctor Who (c) The BBC
    Any other references belong to their respective owners, no copyright infringement is intended by this podcast.
    The Doctor Who title music was originally composed by Ron Grainer. The version used in this episode was arranged by Delia Derbyshire.

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  • The Sonic Toolbox

    Episode 203: Pre-Gally 2016 Extravaganza!

    The Sonic Toolbox

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    17:00 (GMT) - 7 Feb 2016

    Gallifrey One is less than one week away. We're so excited it's all we can talk about. Our show this week is all Gally all the time! We're going over all the highlights and the excitements of this best of all Doctor Who conventions in the magical (smoggy) city of Los Angles. Whoo hoo!

  • Staggering Stories Podcast

    Staggering Stories Commentary #169: Doctor Who - The Husbands of River Song

    Staggering Stories Podcast

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    09:00 (GMT) - 7 Feb 2016


    Adam J Purcell, Andy Simpkins and Keith Dunn sit down, beheaded, in front of the 2015 Doctor Who Christmas special, The Husbands of River Song, and spout our usual nonsense!

    River is being slow on the uptake, the Doctor is not the man he used to be and Hydroflax is straight from a Douglas Adams script. But enough of their problems, please sit down with us to enjoy The Husbands of River Song...

    Vital Links:

    • Staggering Stories.
    • BBC: Doctor Who.
    • BBC: Doctor Who – The Husbands of River Song.
    • Wikipedia: Doctor Who – The Husbands of River Song.
    • Doctor Who Podcast Alliance.
    • Facebook: Staggering Stories Group.

  • The Untempered Schism Podcast

    Episode 129 : Pyramids of Mars

    The Untempered Schism Podcast

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    17:55 (GMT) - 6 Feb 2016

    Temporal confusion abounds as the Fourth Doctor and Sara Jane Smith end up in 1911 instead of the present day. Of course it's more than just bad luck for them as there are robot mummies wondering around, as well as an alien god and a number of traps hiding around the corner.

    Twitter: @schismpodcast
    Web: http://www.untemperedschism.org/

    Duration: 35:32

  • On the Time Lash

    38: Wasp Drowning with Ben and Mark

    On the Time Lash

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    15:19 (GMT) - 6 Feb 2016

    All change in the present day as Steven Moffat hands over to Chris Chibnall. Ben and Mark discuss their reactions to the news and the possibilities the future holds. Meanwhile, in the past, we continue our Series 4 watch through with The Unicorn and Wasp and pair it up with Terror of the Vervoids as we look at Agatha Christie's influence on Doctor Who.

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