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  • US WhoCast

    US WhoCast 037: Stowaway Mytharc S2E05 "JDMan in the Fireplace"

    US WhoCast

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    02:00 (GMT) - 7 Mar 2011

    This Mytharc Recap covers the events in S2E04 "The Girl in the Fireplace", with special guests The JDMan from the JDMan Experience Podcast, Donald from Podtourage and ReOpening The X-Files, and the Hurricane of Feedback, Len Ramsey.


  • The TARDIS Tavern

    Episode 41: A Space pimp + floating balls + tiger blood = Shada?

    The TARDIS Tavern

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    22:15 (GMT) - 6 Mar 2011

     

    As the Boys return from Gallifrey One they settle back down at the Tavern.  While Steve is suffering withdrawals from Gally; Sean is blissful as ever, especially at the spotting of the latest and greatest Guest Bartender, Chris Burgess, from the Radio Free Skaro podcast.  The three review one of the most scandalous classic stories ever...Shada.  With Chris’ liberal booze pouring will the Boys be capable of having a coherent conversation about this Season 17 abortion?  Listen and find out! 

    Please leave us some feedback or else Steve will be forced to release that blackmail Gally photo of Sean, Matthew Waterhouse, and a large salad bowl of tapioca.  Hurry and email us at tardistavern@gmail.com.  Or join us on Facebook, and follow Sean on Twitter via @tardistavern. 

     



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #244 - Beth Willis' Boots

    Radio Free Skaro

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    21:14 (GMT) - 6 Mar 2011

    A week later than intended, the Three Who Rule dive into a commentary this episode with a re-watch of the 2010 Doctor Who Christmas special "A Christmas Carol". Does it still hold up? Is it Christmassy enough? Too Christmassy? Has the shark won any more fans over? So many questions. Also, news of the week is hashed about, with particular attention paid to some forthcoming DVD releases. Also, boots are mentioning in passing, along with Beth Willis.

     

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



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #244 - Beth Willis' Boots

    Radio Free Skaro

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    21:14 (GMT) - 6 Mar 2011

    A week later than intended, the Three Who Rule dive into a commentary this episode with a re-watch of the 2010 Doctor Who Christmas special "A Christmas Carol". Does it still hold up? Is it Christmassy enough? Too Christmassy? Has the shark won any more fans over? So many questions. Also, news of the week is hashed about, with particular attention paid to some forthcoming DVD releases. Also, boots are mentioning in passing, along with Beth Willis.

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



  • Bigger on the Inside

    Bigger on the Inside - Episode 59

    Bigger on the Inside

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    20:00 (GMT) - 6 Mar 2011

    In the final stretch of their journey for the Key to Time, the two Time Lords get mixed up in several feuds. First, that between methane miners and a local tribe ("The Power of Kroll"), then in a nuclear war involving neighboring planets Atrios and Zeos ("The Armageddon Factor"). And finally, as the Key is assembled, the Black Guardian rears his head! Also, the hosts discuss the passing of Nicholas Courtney, the fondly remembered Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart.


  • Geek Syndicate

    Small Press Big Mouth - Episode 29

    Geek Syndicate

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    17:29 (GMT) - 6 Mar 2011

    Welcome guys and gals to episode 29 of Small Press Big Mouth. This episode Stace and Lee LOVE Ian Culbard and review both The Sign of the Four and The Mountains of Madness, also reviewed are two anthologies; Tales of the Spiffing and Solipsistic Pop 3 as well as Hermit by the rather wonderful Andy Waugh. Lee also reviewed another comic but I can't spell it...I mean it's a surprise ooooohhh surprises are cool!  



  • Geek Syndicate

    Small Press Big Mouth - Episode 29

    Geek Syndicate

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    17:29 (GMT) - 6 Mar 2011

    Welcome guys and gals to episode 29 of Small Press Big Mouth. This episode Stace and Lee LOVE Ian Culbard and review both The Sign of the Four and The Mountains of Madness, also reviewed are two anthologies; Tales of the Spiffing and Solipsistic Pop 3 as well as Hermit by the rather wonderful Andy Waugh. Lee also reviewed another comic but I can't spell it...I mean it's a surprise ooooohhh surprises are cool!



  • Adventures in Time Space and Music

    Episode 17 - Gary Russell and the Return to Gallifrey

    Adventures in Time Space and Music

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    14:00 (GMT) - 6 Mar 2011

    In this episode we'll be featuring an interview with Doctor Who and Sarah Jane Adventures script editor, author and audio producer Gary Russell focusing on the return to the Gallifrey series by Big Finish Productions, recorded the 27th of November, 2010 at the Chicago TARDIS convention.




  • Adventures in Time Space and Music

    Episode 17 - Gary Russell and the Return to Gallifrey

    Adventures in Time Space and Music

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    14:00 (GMT) - 6 Mar 2011

    In this episode we'll be featuring an interview with Doctor Who and Sarah Jane Adventures script editor, author and audio producer Gary Russell focusing on the return to the Gallifrey series by Big Finish Productions, recorded the 27th of November, 2010 at the Chicago TARDIS convention.


  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE88 - Voice-Over Actors

    The Cultdom Collective

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    09:10 (GMT) - 6 Mar 2011

    Being a voice-over actor in the past was a specialist career but now big stars are getting in on the act. With big budget animated films comes the need to have well known actors voice the characters.


  • theTimeVault

    002 The Avengers (Mr Teddy Bear - From Venus with Love)

    theTimeVault

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    07:00 (GMT) - 6 Mar 2011

    Paul courts controversy. Mike makes some bad jokes.


  • Earth Station One

    Earth Station One Episode 49: Look, Up In The Sky, It's a Bird, It's a Plane.. Oh Wait, It is a Plane

    Earth Station One

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    04:40 (GMT) - 6 Mar 2011

    On this weeks show we take a peek at all things Superman, from his beginnings in the 1930's to Present Day, then we will be reviewing the new DVD All-Star Superman, based off the comic mini-series of the same name. Let's leap over tall buildings with a single bound and join us for a podcast … Continue reading →


  • Tim's Take On...

    Tim's Take On: Episode 59(The Podcasters Panel at Gallifrey 2011)

    Tim's Take On...

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    13:58 (GMT) - 5 Mar 2011

    This week my Gallifrey One coverage continues with the A Beginners Guide to Podcasting panel starring Denice Bagley of The Little Finish Podcast, Jay Doran of The Untempered Schism, Laura Simpson of The oodcast, John 'O Conner of Mutter's Spiral, Paul Heath of The Pharos Project and Lewis Bailey of The Happiness Patrol. The Panel was abley moderated by Steven Schapansky of Radio Free Skaro.

    End theme tune is a remix of the Doctor Who Theme by Tony Gallichan of The Flashing Blade Podcast, Tony can be contacted here show@flashingblade.org.uk

    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.



  • Tim's Take On...

    Tim's Take On: Episode 59(The Podcasters Panel at Gallifrey 2011)

    Tim's Take On...

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    13:58 (GMT) - 5 Mar 2011

    This week my Gallifrey One coverage continues with the A Beginners Guide to Podcasting panel starring Denice Bagley of The Little Finish Podcast, Jay Doran of The Untempered Schism, Laura Simpson of The oodcast, John 'O Conner of Mutter's Spiral, Paul Heath of The Pharos Project and Lewis Bailey of The Happiness Patrol. The Panel was abley moderated by Steven Schapansky of Radio Free Skaro.

    End theme tune is a remix of the Doctor Who Theme by Tony Gallichan of The Flashing Blade Podcast, Tony can be contacted here show@flashingblade.org.uk

    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.



  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 164: Kinda (Mara tales DVD 1)

    Tin Dog Podcast

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    00:00 (GMT) - 5 Mar 2011

    Doctor    * Peter Davison (Fifth Doctor)Companions    * Matthew Waterhouse (Adric)    * Sarah Sutton (Nyssa)    * Janet Fielding (Tegan Jovanka)Others    * Richard Todd — Sanders    * Nerys Hughes — Todd    * Simon Rouse — Hindle    * Mary Morris — Panna    * Sarah Prince — Karuna    * Adrian Mills — Aris    * Lee Cornes — Trickster    * Jeff Stewart — Dukkha    * Anna Wing — Anatta    * Roger Milner — AnnicaProductionWriter     Christopher BaileyDirector     Peter GrimwadeScript editor     Eric SawardProducer     John Nathan-TurnerExecutive producer(s)     NoneProduction code     5YSeries     Season 19Length     4 episodes, 25 minutes eachOriginally broadcast     February 1–February 9, 1982Chronology← Preceded by     Followed by →Four to Doomsday     The VisitationKinda is a serial in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in four twice-weekly parts from February 1 to February 9, 1982.Contents[hide]    * 1 Synopsis    * 2 Plot    * 3 Continuity    * 4 Production    * 5 Outside references    * 6 In print    * 7 Broadcast and VHS release    * 8 References    * 9 External links          o 9.1 Reviews          o 9.2 Target novelisation[edit] SynopsisAn idyllic paradise-like planet, Deva Loka, is not as it seems. Its inhabitants, the Kinda, are a gentle and seemingly primitive people. On the surface, a perfect place to colonise. But if it is so perfect, why are the colonisation team disappearing one by one? When Tegan sleeps near the Windchimes she is confronted by the true evil that threatens Deva Loka.[edit] PlotAn Earth colonisation survey expedition to the beautiful jungle planet Deva Loka is being depleted as members of the survey disappear one by one. Four have now gone, leaving the remainder in state of deep stress. The leader, Sanders, relies on bombast and rules; while his deputy, Hindle, is evidently close to breaking point. Only the scientific officer, Todd, seems to deal with the situation with equanimity. She does not see the native people, the Kinda, as a threat, but rather respects their culture and is intrigued by their power of telepathy. The social structure is also curious in that women seem dominant and are the only ones with the power of voice. The humans are holding two silent males hostage for "observation". Todd believes they are more advanced than they first appear, as they possess necklaces representative of the double helix of DNA, indicating a more advanced civilisation.Elsewhere in the jungle the TARDIS crew are also under stress, especially Nyssa of Traken, who has collapsed from exhaustion. The Fifth Doctor constructs a delta wave augmenter to enable her to rest in the TARDIS while he and Adric venture deeper into the jungle. They soon find an automated total survival suit (TSS) system which activates and marches them to the Dome, the colonists' base. Sanders is a welcoming but gruff presence, further undermining Hindle at regular intervals. At this point Sanders decides to venture out into the jungle in the TSS, leaving the highly strung Hindle in charge. His will is enforced by means of the two Kinda hostages, who have forged a telepathic link with him believing their souls to have been captured in his mirror. The Doctor, Todd and Adric are immediately placed under arrest as Hindle now evinces megalomania.Tegan faces a more metaphysical crisis. She has fallen asleep near the euphonious and soporific Windchimes, unaware of the danger of the dreaming of an unshared mind (one not engaged in telepathic activity with another humanoid). Her mind opens in a black void where she undergoes provocation and terror from a series of nightmarish characters, one of which taunts her: “You will agree to being me, sooner or later, this side of madness or the other". The spectres are a manifestation of the Mara, an evil being of the subconscious that longs for corporeal reality. Mentally tortured, she eventually agrees to become the Mara and a snake symbol passes to her own arm. When her mind returns to her body she is possessed by the Mara. In a scene reminiscent of the Book of Genesis she passes the snake symbol to the first Kinda she finds, a young man named Aris, who is the brother of one of the Kinda in the Dome. He too is transformed by evil and now finds the power of voice.Back at the Dome, Hindle has conceived a bizarre and immolatory plan to destroy the jungle, which he views as a threat. Adric plays along with this delusion. Hindle’s world soon starts to fall apart when first Adric 'betrays' him and then Sanders defies expectation and returns from the jungle. However Sanders is radically different from the martinet in earlier episodes. Panna, an aged female mystic of the tribe, presented him with a strange wooden box (the 'Box of Jhana') which when opened has regressed his mind back to childhood. Sanders still has the box and shows it to Hindle, who makes the Doctor open it.The Doctor and Todd see beyond the toy inside and instead share a vision from Panna and her young ward, Karuna, who invites them to cave. The shock of the situation (accompanied by strange phenomena) allows the Doctor and Todd to slip away into the jungle where they encounter Aris dominating a group of Kinda and seemingly fulfilling a tribal prophecy that “When the Not-We come, one will arise from among We, a male with Voice who must be obeyed.” Karuna soon finds the Doctor and Todd and takes them to meet Panna in the cave from the vision, with the wise woman realising the danger of the situation now Aris has voice. She places them in a trance like state and reveals that the Mara has gained dominion on Deva Loka. The Great Wheel which turns as civilisations rise and fall has turned again and the hour is near when chaos will reign, instigated by the Mara. The vision she shares is Panna’s last act: when it is finished, she is dead.In the Kinda world, multiple fathers are shared by children, just as multiple memories are held, and at Panna's death her life experience transfers to Karuna. She urges Todd and the Doctor to return to the Dome to prevent Aris leading an attack on it which will increase the chaos and hasten the collapse of the Kinda civilisation.Back at the Dome Hindle, Sanders and Adric remain in a state of unreality, with the former becoming ever more demented and unbalanced, and infantile. Adric eventually escapes, and attempts to pilot the TSS but is soon confronted by Aris and the Kinda. He panics, and Aris is wounded by the machine (which responds to the mental impulses of the operator) and the Kinda scatter.The Doctor and Todd find an emotionally wrecked Tegan near the Windchimes and conclude that she was the path of the Mara back into this world. They then find Adric and the party heads back to the Dome where Hindle has now completed the laying of explosives which will incinerate the jungle and the Dome itself: the ultimate self-defence. Todd persuades Hindle now to open the Box of Jhana, and the visions therein restore the mental balance of the two. The two enslaved Kinda are freed when the mirror entrapping them is shattered. The Doctor then realizes the only method of combating the Mara- he realises the one thing evil cannot face is itself and so organizes the construction of a large circle of mirrors (actually reflective solar panels) in a jungle clearing. Aris is trapped within it and the snake on his arm breaks free. The Mara swells to giant proportions but then is banished back from the corporeal world to the Dark Places of the Inside.With the threat of the Mara dissipated, and the personnel of the Dome back to more balanced selves, the Doctor, Adric and an exhausted Tegan decide to leave (as does Todd, who decides 'its all a bit green'). When they reach the TARDIS, Nyssa greets them, fully recovered.[edit] Continuity    * The Mara features again in the next season's serial Snakedance.    * Delta waves reappeared in the 2005 episode "The Parting of the Ways". Far from the brain wave-enhancing recuperation devices from Kinda, however, delta waves were described by Jack Harkness as being "waves of Van Cassadyne energy...your brain gets barbecued."    * A fairy like creature which is compared to a Mara features in the 2006 Torchwood episode Small Worlds, however there may be no connection between the two.    * In Time Crash (2007), the Tenth Doctor asks the temporally misplaced Fifth where (i.e. when) he is now – and speculatively references Tegan, Nyssa and the Mara from his own memories.    * In Turn Left (2008), the time beetle on Donna Noble's back is also revealed when faced with a circle of mirrors.[edit] ProductionSerial details by episode Episode     Broadcast date     Run time     Viewership(in millions)"Part One"     1 February 1982 (1982-02-01)     24:50     8.4"Part Two"     2 February 1982 (1982-02-02)     24:58     9.4"Part Three"     8 February 1982 (1982-02-08)     24:17     8.5"Part Four"     9 February 1982 (1982-02-09)     24:28     8.9[2][3][4]    * The working title for this story was The Kinda.    * This was the first story to feature Eric Saward as script editor.    * In the ancient language Sanskrit, "Deva Loka" means "Celestial Region".    * Nyssa makes only brief appearances at the start of episode 1, and at the end of 4, because the script had largely been developed at a time when only two companions for the Doctor were envisioned. When it was known a third companion would also be present, rather than write Nyssa into the entire storyline it was decided she would remain in the TARDIS throughout and be absent through most of the narrative. To account for this absence Nyssa was scripted to collapse at the end of the previous story, Four to Doomsday. In this story she remains in the Tardis, resting. Sarah Sutton's contract was amended to account for this two-episode absence.[4]    * For the scene in episode 2 in which the two Tegans talk to each other about which of them is real, John Nathan-Turner allowed Janet Fielding to write her own dialogue.[edit] Outside references    * Writer Christopher Bailey based this story heavily on Buddhist philosophy. He used many Buddhist words and ideas in writing Kinda; most of the Kinda and dream-sequence characters have names with Buddhist meanings, including Mara (temptation — also personified as a demon), Dukkha (pain), Panna (wisdom), Karuna (compassion), Anicca (impermanence) and Anatta (egolessness). Additionally, Jhana (also spelt Jana in the scripts) refers to meditation.    * This serial was examined closely in the 1983 media studies volume Doctor Who: The Unfolding Text by John Tulloch and Manuel Alvarado. This was the first major scholarly work dedicated to Doctor Who. Tulloch and Alvarado compare Kinda with Ursula K. Le Guin's 1976 novel The Word for World is Forest, which shares several themes with Kinda and may have been a template for its story. The Unfolding Text also examines the way "Kinda" incorporates Buddhist and Christian symbols and themes, as well as elements from the writings of Carl Jung.[5][edit] In printDoctor Who bookBook coverKindaSeries     Target novelisationsRelease number     84Writer     Terrance DicksPublisher     Target BooksISBN     0-426-19529-9Release date     15 March 1984Preceded by     Mawdryn UndeadFollowed by     SnakedanceA novelisation of this serial, written by Terrance Dicks, was published by Target Books in December 1983.In 1997 the novel was also issued by BBC Audio as an audio book, read by Peter Davison.[edit] Broadcast and VHS release    * The serial was repeated on BBC One over 22-25 August 1983, (Monday-Thursday) at 6.25pm. This story was released on VHS in October 1994 with a cover illustration by Colin Howard.    * This story is set to be released on DVD in 2011 along with Snakedance in a special edition boxset entitled Mara Tales. It will feature an audio commentary by Peter Davison, Matthew Waterhouse, Janet Fielding and Nerys Hughes.[6][edit] References   1. ^ From the Doctor Who Magazine series overview, in issue 407 (pp26-29). The Discontinuity Guide, which counts the unbroadcast serial Shada, lists this as story number 119. Region 1 DVD releases follow The Discontinuity Guide numbering system.   2. ^ Shaun Lyon et al. (2007-03-31). "Kinda". Outpost Gallifrey. Archived from the original on 2008-07-31. http://web.archive.org/web/20080731011611/http://www.gallifreyone.com/episode.php?id=5y. Retrieved 2008-08-30.    3. ^ "Kinda". Doctor Who Reference Guide. http://www.drwhoguide.com/who_5y.htm. Retrieved 2008-08-30.    4. ^ a b Sullivan, Shannon (2007-08-07). "Kinda". A Brief History of Time Travel. http://www.shannonsullivan.com/drwho/serials/5y.html. Retrieved 2008-10-04.    5. ^ Tulloch, John; and Alvarado, Manuel (1983). Doctor Who: The Unfolding Text. St. Martin's Press. ISBN 0-312-21480-4.    6. ^ Matthew Waterhouses' autobiography Blue Box Boy[edit] External links    * Kinda at BBC Online    * Kinda at Doctor Who: A Brief History Of Time (Travel)    * Kinda at the Doctor Who Reference Guide    * KI'n'DA - Cardiff Doctor Who group[edit] Reviews    * Kinda reviews at Outpost Gallifrey    * Kinda reviews at The Doctor Who Ratings Guide[edit] Target novelisation    * On Target — Kinda


  • Daveac Video Blog

    daveac vblog 137

    Daveac Video Blog

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    21:14 (GMT) - 4 Mar 2011


    Attics, Ashes, Announcements and an A Class wine


  • The Flashing Blade Podcast

    The Flashing Blade Podcast 1-83 For Nick.mp3

    The Flashing Blade Podcast

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    18:42 (GMT) - 4 Mar 2011

    The Flashing Blade Podcast pays tribute to Nicholas Courtney. Jo! Bob and Tony discuss why they loved the character of the Brigadier and Nick himself, and they have a little peek at Mawdryn Undead. And at the end, a special tribute to Brigadier Sir Alistair Gordon Lethbridge Stewart....



  • Doctor Who Review Today

    EPISODE 91 - Review of the Mutants

    Doctor Who Review Today

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    18:03 (GMT) - 4 Mar 2011

    What is that in the corner IT'S A MUTANT. feedback at doctorwhoreview@gmail.com


  • DWO WhoCast

    DWO WhoCast - #181 - Doctor Who Podcast

    DWO WhoCast

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    18:05 (GMT) - 2 Mar 2011

    Cam and Tony review The Ark on DVD along with a Monoid-based discussion.... PLUS there's another chance to win the K9 Vol.1 DVD.

    Bringing the world of Doctor Who to you - the DWO WhoCast is just what The Doctor ordered!

     

    Links:
    http://www.drwho-online.co.uk
    http://blogtorwho.blogspot.com
    http://www.flashingblade.org.uk

    http://www.doctorwhopodcastalliance.org



  • The Cultdom Collective

    Ashes To Ashes Omnibus

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    10:30 (GMT) - 2 Mar 2011

    The Cultdom Collective did 3 shows on the conclusion of S2 of ATA and the ending of the LOM/ATA Universe. Brought together & abridged. Contains spoilers to both series!


  • Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC #?3 Doctor Who: The Movie (Gally 22 Edition) TVM

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway

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    10:00 (GMT) - 2 Mar 2011

    50 weeks until Gally 23.

    LIVE:

    • From the Gally 22 Lobby, Saturday evening February 19, 2011: The Breasticle of Rassilon. Join Eric & Josh and a whole lot more people we shall list now (in no particular order): 
    • Sean (@tardistavern)
    • Steve [TARDIS Tavern]
    • A Special Guest
    • Emily (@emilyooo)
    • Kyle (@FunctionalNerd) [nerdist.com]
    • Paul (@KungFuYoda) [Pharos Project]
    • Erik (@sjcaustenite) [Doctor Who Book Club]
    • Steven (@Legopolis) [Radio Free Skaro]
    • Warren (@freyburg) [Radio Free Skaro]
    • Chris (@dubbayoo) [Radio Free Skaro]
    • Mike Staniforth [Australia]
    • And other passers-by whose names we don't know...

    WARNING:

    • This commentary contains miscellaneous NüWHO & Classic SPOILERS pertaining to 1996. If you are 100% spoilerphobic to New & Classic epsiodes not yet seen, DO NOT complain to us. This episode is EXPLICIT and as always there are strokes of innuendo throughout.

    LINKS:

    • The TARDIS Tavern: http://tardistavern.libsyn.com/
    • The Pharos Project: http://thepharosproject.libsyn.com/
    • The Doctor Who Book Club: http://www.dwbcpodcast.blogspot.com/
    • Radio Free Skaro: http://www.radiofreeskaro.com/
    • Kyle's Gally 22 Write-Up: http://www.nerdist.com/2011/02/gallifrey-one-2011-wrap-up-from-the-trenches/
    • A certain picture mentioned: http://doctorwhomhc.tumblr.com/post/3598443610/recording-mhc-3-doctor-who-the-movie

    DISCLAIMER:

    • No alcohol was consumed during the recording of this podcast. 
    • Spoiler: MHC #?4 What's worse than The Power of Kroll?
     

    DON'T PANIC

     

    Host/Producer: Eric Escamilla

    Email: EscoWHO ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: Bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: facebook.com/Bullitt33
    Blog: bullitt33tvblog.wordpress.com

    Co-host: Josh Zimon
    Email: whomeJZ ~at~ yahoo ~dot~com
    Twitter: @whomeJZ

    Coverart/Sketch Artist: Julian Chapman
    Email: samwisewise ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Twitter: @ Braxietel
    deviantART: type40productions.deviantart.com
    HitchikersCutaway: mostlyharmless.freevar.com

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @DoctorWhoMHC
    Tumblr: doctorwhomhc.tumblr.com 
    Facebook: Doctor Who: Mostly Harmless Cutaway  

    MHC Theme created by Eric Escamilla.
    Anonymous cold open by Emily K. (@emilyooo)



  • Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC #?3 Doctor Who: The Movie [Gally 22 Edition] 156

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway

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    10:00 (GMT) - 2 Mar 2011

    50 weeks until Gally 23.

    LIVE:

    • From the Gally 22 Lobby, Saturday evening February 19, 2011: The Breasticle of Rassilon. Join Eric & Josh and a whole lot more people we shall list now (in no particular order):
    • Sean (@tardistavern)
    • Steve [TARDIS Tavern]
    • A Special Guest
    • Emily (@emilyooo)
    • Kyle (@FunctionalNerd) [nerdist.com]
    • Paul (@KungFuYoda) [Pharos Project]
    • Erik (@sjcaustenite) [Doctor Who Book Club]
    • Steven (@Legopolis) [Radio Free Skaro]
    • Warren (@freyburg) [Radio Free Skaro]
    • Chris (@dubbayoo) [Radio Free Skaro]
    • Mike Staniforth [Australia]
    • And other passers-by whose names we don't know...

    WARNING:

    • This commentary contains miscellaneous NuWHO & Classic SPOILERS pertaining to 1996. If you are 100% spoilerphobic to New & Classic epsiodes not yet seen, DO NOT complain to us. This episode is EXPLICIT and as always there are strokes of innuendo throughout.

    LINKS:

    • The TARDIS Tavern: http://tardistavern.libsyn.com/
    • The Pharos Project: http://thepharosproject.libsyn.com/
    • The Doctor Who Book Club: http://www.dwbcpodcast.blogspot.com/
    • Radio Free Skaro: http://www.radiofreeskaro.com/
    • Kyle's Gally 22 Write-Up: http://www.nerdist.com/2011/02/gallifrey-one-2011-wrap-up-from-the-trenches/
    • A certain picture mentioned: http://doctorwhomhc.tumblr.com/post/3598443610/recording-mhc-3-doctor-who-the-movie

    DISCLAIMER:

    • No alcohol was consumed during the recording of this podcast.
    • Spoiler: MHC #?4 What's worse than The Power of Kroll?

    DON'T PANIC

    Host/Producer: Eric Escamilla

    Email: EscoWHO ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: Bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: facebook.com/Bullitt33
    Blog: bullitt33tvblog.wordpress.com

    Co-host: Josh Zimon
    Email: whomeJZ ~at~ yahoo ~dot~com
    Twitter: @whomeJZ

    Coverart/Sketch Artist: Julian Chapman
    Email: samwisewise ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Twitter: @ Braxietel
    deviantART: type40productions.deviantart.com
    HitchikersCutaway: mostlyharmless.freevar.com

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @DoctorWhoMHC
    Tumblr: doctorwhomhc.tumblr.com
    Facebook: Doctor Who: Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC Theme created by Eric Escamilla.
    Anonymous cold open by Emily K. (@emilyooo)



  • The Krynoid Podcast

    Krynoid Podcast 017: The Three Doctors

    The Krynoid Podcast

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    23:23 (GMT) - 1 Mar 2011

    "I'm fairly sure that's Cromer." Well Omega's anti-matter world is a little further afield than that, as The Three Doctors discover in this 1972/73 Pertwee-era tale. And what a tale it is, featuring as it does Home Counties bumpkins, a Rickmansworth quarry and a selection of blobby Soup Dragon impersonators. Listen in as Jim and Martin discuss plush/rubbish sets, Time Lord running styles and Omega's mysterious ablutions. And the 'Adventures in Time, Space and Music Podcast' supremo, Dr Phill, pops in to provide a tribute to the late great Nicholas Courtney.


  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 163: William Nicholas Stone Courtney (16 December 1929 - 22 February 2011)

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    07:39 (GMT) - 1 Mar 2011

    William Nicholas Stone Courtney (16 December 1929 – 22 February 2011)[1][2] was a British television actor, most famous for playing Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who.[3] Contents [hide] 1 Early life 2 Doctor Who 3 After Doctor Who 4 Death 5 References 6 External links Early life Courtney was born in Cairo, Egypt, the son of a British diplomat and educated in France, Kenya and Egypt. He served his National Service in the British Army, leaving after 18 months as a private, not wanting to pursue a military career. He next joined the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art,[4] and after two years began doing repertory theatre in Northampton. From there he moved to London. Prior to Doctor Who, Courtney made guest appearances in several cult television series, including The Avengers (1962, 1967), The Champions (1968) and Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) (1969) and as a racing driver in Riviera Police (1965). Doctor Who Director Douglas Camfield originally considered Courtney for the role of Richard the Lionheart in The Crusade (1965), a role that ultimately went to Julian Glover,[citation needed] and kept him in mind for future casting. Courtney's first appearance in Doctor Who was in the 1965 serial The Daleks' Master Plan, directed by Camfield, where he played Space Security Agent Bret Vyon opposite William Hartnell as the Doctor. Camfield liked Courtney's performance, and when the director was assigned the 1968 serial The Web of Fear, he cast Courtney as Captain Knight. However, when David Langton gave up the role of Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart to work elsewhere, Camfield recast Captain Knight and gave the part to Courtney instead. Lethbridge-Stewart reappeared later that year in The Invasion, promoted to Brigadier and in charge of the British contingent of UNIT, an organization that protected the Earth from alien invasion. It was in that recurring role that he is best known, appearing semi-regularly from 1970 to 1975. Courtney made return appearances in the series in 1983, and his last Doctor Who television appearance was in 1989 in the serial Battlefield (although like many other former cast members, he returned to the role for the charity special Dimensions in Time). Coincidentally, he appeared with Jean Marsh in both his first and last regular Doctor Who television appearances. Courtney has played Lethbridge-Stewart, either on television or in audio plays, alongside every subsequent Doctor up to and including Paul McGann, as well as substitute First Doctor Richard Hurndall. He did not appear in the revived series. While he has acted with Tenth Doctor actor David Tennant in the Big Finish audio dramas Sympathy for the Devil and UNIT: The Wasting, Tennant was playing a different character, Colonel Ross Brimmicombe-Wood, on both occasions. The character is referenced in the Series 4 episode "The Poison Sky" and is said to be "stuck in Peru". Fifteen years after Dimensions in Time, Courtney returned as Lethbridge-Stewart (now, Sir Alistair), freshly returned from Peru, in "Enemy of the Bane", a two-part story in the Doctor Who spin-off The Sarah Jane Adventures aired in December 2008, starring Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith. The story pitted Sir Alistair and Sarah Jane against Commander Kaagh and Mrs. Wormwood who try to wake Horath using the Tanguska Scroll. It was intended by the Sarah Jane Adventures production team that Courtney would reappear in the following year's The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith so that Lethbridge-Stewart would meet the Tenth Doctor, but Courtney was recovering from a stroke and unable to take part.[5] After Doctor Who Courtney continued to act extensively in theatre and television after his main Doctor Who appearances, guest-starring in such popular television programmes as Minder (1984), All Creatures Great and Small (1980, episode "Matters Of Life And Death"), Only Fools and Horses (1988) and Yes, Prime Minister (1986). In 1982 he was cast alongside Frankie Howerd in the World War II-set comedy series Then Churchill Said to Me but the series remained untransmitted for over a decade due to the outbreak of the Falklands War. He also had a regular role in the comedy French Fields between 1989 and 1991. He has also appeared in the Big Finish Productions audio drama Earthsearch Mindwarp, based on a James Follett novel, broadcast on the digital radio station BBC 7. He also appeared in an episode of the long-running BBC TV series The Two Ronnies alongside Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett as the character of 'Captain Dickie Chapman', a fellow prisoner-of-war (POW) in Colditz during World War II, in a sketch based on the original BBC TV series, Colditz. In 1985, Nicholas played 'The Narrator' in The Rocky Horror Show. Amanda Redman also starred in the production as Janet. Courtney starred as Inspector Lionheart opposite fellow Doctor Who actor Terry Molloy in the audio series The Scarifyers, from Cosmic Hobo Productions. The first two Scarifyers adventures, The Nazad Conspiracy and The Devil of Denge Marsh, were broadcast on BBC 7 in 2007; the third, entitled For King and Country in 2008, and fourth, The Curse of the Black Comet, in 2010. He regularly made personal appearances at science fiction conventions and was also from 1997 the honorary president of the Doctor Who Appreciation Society. His theatrical agent was former Doctor Who actress Wendy Padbury. In 1998, Courtney released his autobiography, titled Five Rounds Rapid! (ISBN 978-1852277826) after an infamous line of dialogue the Brigadier had in the 1971 Who serial The Dæmons. He recorded his memoirs, subtitled A Soldier in Time for release on CD in 2002 by Big Finish. An updated autobiography, Still Getting Away With It (ISBN 978-1871330731), was published in 2005, with co-author Michael McManus. Until his death, he lived in London with his second wife, Karen. In 2008 he appeared in the film Incendiary, as the Archbishop of Canterbury, alongside Ewan McGregor. Death Nicholas Courtney's death was reported by SFX[1] and The Stage[2] early in the morning of 23 February 2011. The exact nature of his death was not given in these early reports. Doctor Who audio play producers Big Finish, with whom Courtney had worked on several releases in his continuing role as the Brigadier, confirmed the date of his death as 22 February 2011.[6] The BBC reported that he had "died in London at the age of 81".[7] According to his official web site, he died following a long battle against illness.[8] Doctor Who writer Mark Gatiss called him "a childhood hero and the sweetest of gentlemen".[7] Former Doctor Tom Baker also paid tribute, having visited him on the Friday before his death. Baker wrote "We shall miss him terribly" in a newsletter on his website, in which he also indicated that Courtney had been battling cancer.[9] References ^ a b "Nicholas Courtney RIP". SFX (Future Publishing). 23 February 2011. http://www.sfx.co.uk/2011/02/23/nicholas-courtney-rip/. Retrieved 23 February 2011.  ^ a b Scott, Matthewman (2011-02-23). "Doctor Who’s Brigadier Nicholas Courtney dies". The Stage. The Stage Newspaper Limited. http://www.thestage.co.uk/news/newsstory.php/31367/doctor-whos-brigadier-nicholas-courtney-dies. Retrieved 2011-02-23.  ^ Clapperton, Guy (November 2, 2006). "Regenerating an original Doctor Who". The Guardian. http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2006/nov/02/bbc.broadcasting. Retrieved 28 December 2010.  ^ Alumni of the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art: Penelope Keith, Angela Lansbury, Paxton Whitehead, Eva Green, Ross Kemp, Terence Stamp. LLC Books. 2010. ISBN 1155690842.  ^ McManus, Michael (26th February 2011). "Nicholas Courtney: Actor known for his long-running role as the Brigadier in Doctor Who". The Independent. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/obituaries/nicholas-courtney-actor-known-for-his-longrunning-role-as-the-brigadier-in-doctor-who-2226111.html. Retrieved 27th February 2011.  ^ Briggs, Nicholas (2011-02-23). "Nicholas Courtney 1929-2011". Big Finish website: News (Big Finish Productions). http://www.bigfinish.com/news/Nicholas-Courtney-1929-2011. Retrieved 23 February 2011.  ^ a b "Doctor Who 'Brigadier' Nicholas Courtney dies aged 81". BBC News (BBC). 2011-02-23. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-12549622. Retrieved 23 February 2011.  ^ Official web site ^ Nick Courtney: The Brigadier is dead External links Official Web site Nicholas Courtney at the Internet Movie Database Voice Agent profile and contact Obituary in The Guardian Obituary in The Independent Obituary in The Telegraph


  • Two-minute Time Lord

    2MTL 194: "Dalek" Two-minute Throwback

    Two-minute Time Lord

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    04:42 (GMT) - 1 Mar 2011

    The return of the Daleks. At the hands of Rob Shearman.

    Yes, it's just as good as you remember.



  • Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC #?2 Gally 22 Robyn Schneider - Knightley Academy

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway

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    03:05 (GMT) - 1 Mar 2011

    50 weeks until Gally 23.

    LIVE:

    • From the Gally 22, Saturday afternoon February 19, 2011. Join Eric & Josh interview Robyn Schneider (@robynschneider), Doctor Who fan, Josh's panel mate, and author of the childrens book series Knightley Academy. 
    • Once again Erik from The Doctor Who Book Club Podcast is mentioned. Hmm...

    WARNING:

    • This is probably our last Gally podcast that will qualify for a 'CLEAN' tag.

    LINKS:

    • Knightley Academy on Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/Knightley-Academy-Violet-Haberdasher/dp/1416991441/ref=ntt_at_ep_dpt_1
    • Robyn's YouTube page: http://www.youtube.com/user/robynisrarelyfunny

    DISCLAIMER:

    • Disregard the brief vacuum of silence when The Shakespeare Code is mentioned. 
    • Spoiler: MHC #?3 WILL BE AWESOME!
     

    DON'T PANIC

     

     

    Host/Producer: Eric Escamilla

    Email: EscoWHO ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: Bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: facebook.com/Bullitt33
    Blog: bullitt33tvblog.wordpress.com

    Co-host: Josh Zimon
    Email: whomeJZ ~at~ yahoo ~dot~com
    Twitter: @whomeJZ

    Coverart/Sketch Artist: Julian Chapman
    Email: samwisewise ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Twitter: @ Braxietel
    deviantART: type40productions.deviantart.com
    HitchikersCutaway: mostlyharmless.freevar.com

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @DoctorWhoMHC
    Tumblr: doctorwhomhc.tumblr.com 
    Facebook: Doctor Who: Mostly Harmless Cutaway  

    MHC Theme created by Eric Escamilla.
    Anonymous cold open by Emily K. (@emilyooo)



  • Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC #?2 Gally 22 Robyn Schneider - Knightley Academy

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway

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    03:05 (GMT) - 1 Mar 2011

    50 weeks until Gally 23.

    LIVE:

    • From the Gally 22, Saturday afternoon February 19, 2011. Join Eric & Josh interview Robyn Schneider (@robynschneider), Doctor Who fan, Josh's panel mate, and author of the childrens book series Knightley Academy.
    • Once again Erik from The Doctor Who Book Club Podcast is mentioned. Hmm...

    WARNING:

    • This is probably our last Gally podcast that will qualify for a 'CLEAN' tag.

    LINKS:

    • Knightley Academy on Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/Knightley-Academy-Violet-Haberdasher/dp/1416991441/ref=ntt_at_ep_dpt_1
    • Robyn's YouTube page: http://www.youtube.com/user/robynisrarelyfunny

    DISCLAIMER:

    • Disregard the brief vacuum of silence when The Shakespeare Code is mentioned.
    • Spoiler: MHC #?3 WILL BE AWESOME!

    DON'T PANIC

    Host/Producer: Eric Escamilla

    Email: EscoWHO ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: Bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: facebook.com/Bullitt33
    Blog: bullitt33tvblog.wordpress.com

    Co-host: Josh Zimon
    Email: whomeJZ ~at~ yahoo ~dot~com
    Twitter: @whomeJZ

    Coverart/Sketch Artist: Julian Chapman
    Email: samwisewise ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Twitter: @ Braxietel
    deviantART: type40productions.deviantart.com
    HitchikersCutaway: mostlyharmless.freevar.com

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @DoctorWhoMHC
    Tumblr: doctorwhomhc.tumblr.com
    Facebook: Doctor Who: Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC Theme created by Eric Escamilla.
    Anonymous cold open by Emily K. (@emilyooo)



  • Traveling the Vortex

    Episode 9 - Number Nine

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    22:33 (GMT) - 28 Feb 2011

    This week we focus on the ninth Doctor stories, The End of the World, The Unquiet Dead, Aliens of London, and World War Three.

    Also a look back on the life of Nicholas Courtney, or as Doctor Who fans best know him Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart. We recall our fondest memories of The Brig.

    And finally we lay out the stories we will review in next week’s podcast for those who might be watching along with us.

    Download: Episode 9 – Number Nine.mp3



  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #185 - Von kleinen Gewinnen und grossen Verlusten

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    19:47 (GMT) - 28 Feb 2011

    Als kleinen Wiedereinstieg nach der Zwangspause gibt es heute die Auflosung unseres Weihnachtsgewinnspieles. Ausserdem die News, die in den letzten Wochen aufgelaufen sind und das Gewinnspiel zum Teil leider ein wenig uberschatten. Mit im Studio: Glucksfee Pia.


  • The BoxRoom Podcast

    The BoxRoom Podcast #55

    The BoxRoom Podcast

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    16:47 (GMT) - 28 Feb 2011

    February! The month that no-one can pronounce! But what happened therein?


  • The Pharos Project Podcast

    Pharos Project 39: How to Enlarge Your Toad

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    10:03 (GMT) - 28 Feb 2011

    Galltfrey One is over, and the post con blues were made even worse this week by the news of the sad passing of Nicholas Courtney. We therefore decided that we should review a UNIT episode of Doctor Who this week. So we tried to think of the most typical story from that era, one that had everything that you could possibly want from a UNIT episode. Unfortunately, we couldn't download "Terror of the Zygons", quickly enough, so we ended up watching "The Claws of Axos".

    Also this week, Paul takes a wander back through his drink addled memories of Gally, Chris pretends to be a smurf and Little Pete levels some disturbing accusations at the episode in question.

    Compo entries and feedback should be directed at pharos.project@yahoo.co.uk or, if for some reason you find yourself wanting to make more immediate contact, you can follow us on twitter on @pharosproject.

    In honour of the great man himself, this week's secret word is simply "Brig".



  • The Doctor Who Podcast

    The Doctor Who Podcast Episode #65: The DWP-Staggering Stories Quiz Showdown

    The Doctor Who Podcast

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    10:00 (GMT) - 28 Feb 2011

    Whilst James and Trevor were at the Gallifrey convention recently, they challenged the fine folk at the Staggering Stories Podcast to a quiz showdown. So, in the early morning of a typical Gallifrey convention day, the stage was set. Two teams, a set of microphones, and a willing and eager audience ready to cheer their [...]


  • Earth Station One

    Earth Station One Episode 48: ESO's All Convention Episode

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    06:42 (GMT) - 28 Feb 2011

    On this weeks show we get con reports from various contributors with their thoughts on Conooga, Trek Trax Atlanta, and The Gallifrey 22 Convention out in Los Angeles. Come strap in for another fun filled podcast that we like to call Episode 48: ESO’s All Convention Episode Table of Contents 0:00:00 Intro / Welcome 0:03:11 … Continue reading →


  • The Doctor's Companion

    The Doctor's Companion Ep. 41 - A Lesson In Subtlety

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    04:05 (GMT) - 28 Feb 2011

    The Master is hamming it up and Scott and Matt are in stitches while discussing the Paul McGann TV movie. The Doctor gets gunned down, regenerates, and has to fight the Master in 1999 San Francisco. Can the Doctor pull it together long enough to remember who he is and stop the Master from stealing his remaining regenerations and destroying the universe in the process? What kind of relationship does the Master have with Chang Lee? Where did the Doctor get those jelly babies? Find out on the newest episode of The Doctor’s Companion! And remember, BEWARE OF SPOILERS!!

    Next Week: Christopher Eccleston and “The End of the World”!!



  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 162 (159-161) Solo Con 2011 Omnibus

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    20:35 (GMT) - 27 Feb 2011

    all three parts back to back


  • US WhoCast

    US WhoCast Episode 036: Review S2E03 "School Reunion"

    US WhoCast

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    18:00 (GMT) - 27 Feb 2011

    The JD Man joins Matt to review S2 E03 "School Reunion"


  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE87 - Tribute to The Brigadier

    The Cultdom Collective

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    09:08 (GMT) - 27 Feb 2011

    Following the sad news of the death of Nicholas Courtney - most widely know as The Brigadier in Doctor Who - The Cultdom Collective pay tribute to this much loved character.


  • Tim's Take On...

    Tim's Take On: Episode 58(Fans behaving badly panel at Fans Behaving Badly panel at Gallifrey One 2011)

    Tim's Take On...

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    08:13 (GMT) - 27 Feb 2011

    Sadly late on the day I returned to the UK from LA the news broke about Nick Courtney's death, I only met Nick a couple of times so I start by bringing a few memories to you.

    Also this week the Fans behaving badly panel from Gallifrey One, a discussion inspired by the controversy around the character of Ianto Jones's death in Torchwood. That did of course happen back in 2009 so this is a more general discussion of how fans treat writers both online and in real life, I warn you it does get quite dark.

    End theme tune is a remix of the Doctor Who Theme by Tony Gallichan of The Flashing Blade Podcast, Tony can be contacted here show@flashingblade.org.uk

    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.




  • Tim's Take On...

    Tim's Take On: Episode 58(Fans behaving badly panel at Fans Behaving Badly panel at Gallifrey One 2011)

    Tim's Take On...

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    08:13 (GMT) - 27 Feb 2011

    Sadly late on the day I returned to the UK from LA the news broke about Nick Courtney's death, I only met Nick a couple of times so I start by bringing a few memories to you.

    Also this week the Fans behaving badly panel from Gallifrey One, a discussion inspired by the controversy around the character of Ianto Jones's death in Torchwood. That did of course happen back in 2009 so this is a more general discussion of how fans treat writers both online and in real life, I warn you it does get quite dark.

    End theme tune is a remix of the Doctor Who Theme by Tony Gallichan of The Flashing Blade Podcast, Tony can be contacted here show@flashingblade.org.uk

    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.





  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #243 - Five Rounds Rapid

    Radio Free Skaro

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    05:17 (GMT) - 27 Feb 2011

    The world of Doctor Who lost one of its icons this past week, and all fans are mourning the passing of our beloved Brigadier, Nicholas Courtney. The highs from Gallifrey came crashing down as the news of Courtney’s death hit earlier in the week, and it was only fitting that a Courtney tribute episode be recorded. We welcomed Doctor Who script editor, New Adventures author and Doctor Who Magazine editor, Big Finish producer and life-long Doctor Who fan Gary Russell on the show to reminisce about his experiences with the wonderful Mr. Courtney. Please join us as we remember Sir Alastair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart, the man who portrayed him as well as cover the news of the week.

     

    Check out the show notes at www.radiofreeskaro.com.



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #243 - Five Rounds Rapid

    Radio Free Skaro

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    05:17 (GMT) - 27 Feb 2011

    The world of Doctor Who lost one of its icons this past week, and all fans are mourning the passing of our beloved Brigadier, Nicholas Courtney. The highs from Gallifrey came crashing down as the news of Courtney's death hit earlier in the week, and it was only fitting that a Courtney tribute episode be recorded. We welcomed Doctor Who script editor, New Adventures author and Doctor Who Magazine editor, Big Finish producer and life-long Doctor Who fan Gary Russell on the show to reminisce about his experiences with the wonderful Mr. Courtney. Please join us as we remember Sir Alastair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart, the man who portrayed him as well as cover the news of the week.

    Check out the show notes at www.radiofreeskaro.com.



  • Two-minute Time Lord

    2MTL 193: Delving Deeper into Gallifrey 22 (Time Dilation)

    Two-minute Time Lord

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    05:00 (GMT) - 27 Feb 2011

    We're in full-on Time Dilation mode, all right, as I catch up on some of the reflections on last weekend's Gallifrey One 22 convention. Chicks Dig Time Lords co-editor Tara O'Shea and I talk about fandom, feminism and the digital world the next generation of Doctor Who fans inhabits. Then, I spend some time with the longtime volunteer whom I helped excavate the convention's official TARDIS: actor, comedian and Gallifrey One auctioneer and master of ceremonies Tadao Tomomatsu.

    Regular two-minute podcasts will return soon!



  • The Flashing Blade Podcast

    The Flashing Blade Podcast 1-82

    The Flashing Blade Podcast

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    21:56 (GMT) - 26 Feb 2011

    This time we look at The Dalek Invasion of Earth. There's also a couple of Big Finish reviews by our listeners. Enjoy. Feedback to show@flashingblade.org.uk



  • The2ndDoctors Podcast

    EPISODE37 - Doctor Who: The2ndDoctors Podcast

    The2ndDoctors Podcast

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    07:14 (GMT) - 26 Feb 2011

    Review of the Rescue and The Romans.


  • Daveac Video Blog

    daveac vblog 136

    Daveac Video Blog

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    18:23 (GMT) - 25 Feb 2011


    News roundup, some sad news, meet-up info and a wine


  • Bigger on the Inside

    Bigger on the Inside - Episode 58

    Bigger on the Inside

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    15:40 (GMT) - 25 Feb 2011

    As The Doctor and Romana continue to look for the scattered segments of the Key to Time, they cross Cailleach, an ancient alien criminal hiding on Earth ("The Stones of Blood"), and Grendel, a Count with his murderous eyes on the crown ("The Androids of Tara"). Note: This episode was recorded before the passing of Nicholas Courtney, hence the reason his death isn't mentioned at the top of the show. Look for Dan and Mike's thoughts about the man and his character next episode.


  • The Minute Doctor Who Podcast

    050 - Remembrance of the Androids of Blood

    The Minute Doctor Who Podcast

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    13:31 (GMT) - 25 Feb 2011

    In this bumper episode of TMDWP we pay tribute to Nicholas Courtney who died this week. Also in this episode… A visit to several Doctor Who locations with some unexpected results. Thanks again to http://www.doctorwholocations.net/ for their sterling work. Plus a chance for those who didn't go to Gallifrey 22 to put some faces to the voices of Doctor […]


 
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