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  • Tim's Take On...

    Tim's Take On:Episode 18(The Hungry Earth)

    Tim's Take On...

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    17:32 (GMT) - 22 May 2010

    My first thoughts review of Doctor Who:The Hungry Earth with also a few thoughts from the twitterverse.

     

    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.

    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

     



  • The RaT Project Live

    The RaT Project 80 Live - From Book to Movie

    The RaT Project Live

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    15:05 (GMT) - 22 May 2010

    Discussing book to movie adaptations.


  • The Flashing Blade Podcast

    The Flashing Blade Podcast 1- 50

    The Flashing Blade Podcast

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    11:27 (GMT) - 22 May 2010

    Welcome to our 50th episode.... apart from talking about Amy's Choice and the penultimate episode of Ashes to Ashes, there a few extra bits and pieces in our longest podcast yet.....



  • The Doctor Who Podcast

    The Doctor Who Podcast Episode #19: Fan reaction to Amy's Choice

    The Doctor Who Podcast

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    11:00 (GMT) - 22 May 2010

    Who? Hoo? Hue? Trevor is joined by Martin from the Hoo on Who podcast to look over the fan reaction to the episode Amy’s Choice. We also play your feedback and thoughts on this episode.


  • DWO WhoCast

    DWO WhoCast - #5.8 - Doctor Who Podcast

    DWO WhoCast

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    23:00 (GMT) - 21 May 2010

    In this week's episode of the DWO WhoCast... Paul and Seb discuss the latest episode: 5.8: The Hungry Earth.

    Also in the show, the dynamic duo take a look at your Feedback from last week, as well as this week's announcements.

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

    If you are an iTunes user, make sure you rate and discuss the podcast; the more people that vote and leave their comments the higher up the rankings we go and the more successful we are.

    Also if you have any feedback let us know, and of course suggestions are always welcome. Why not email us an mp3 comment and we can play it on the show?

    Interact with us!

    Send your Feedback to: feedback@thewhocast.com
    Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/dwowhocast
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=5185658494



  • The Doctor Who Podcast

    The Doctor Who Podcast Episode #18: Tom at The Fab Cafe!

    The Doctor Who Podcast

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    11:00 (GMT) - 21 May 2010

    Doctor Who is fabulous A couple of weeks ago Tom got a day pass from the DWP campervan and went on a bit of a field trip. He visited beautiful downtown Manchester to take part in the Fab Cafe event being held there. Fab Cafe is a wonderful little bar/convention location which occasionally plays host [...]


  • New Who Podcast

    DWS0507 - Amy's Choice

    New Who Podcast

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    02:16 (GMT) - 21 May 2010

    DWS0507 - Amy's Choice


  • The TARDIS Tavern

    Episode 19: Har-dee-Har of Fang Rock!

    The TARDIS Tavern

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    00:47 (GMT) - 21 May 2010

    In this very special episode of The TARDIS Tavern, Sean and Steve rescue a kitten from a burning house and then give it away to an orphan before saving an old lady from being hit by a bus.  After that, they headed over to The Magic Time Machine restaurant in beautiful (sorry, I just threw in my mouth a little) Dallas, Texas for a "live" in-person recording.

    The gentlemen set their sights on "The Horror of Fang Rock," the epitome of Doctor Who meeting Hammer horror.  Will there be disention among them?  Or will they agree merrily that the story totally sucks or is as wonderful as the cries of a newborn?

    Since this recording, Steve has announced that for the next episode, focusing on a Fifth Doctor story, we will review Red Dawn, a Big Finish production featuring Georgia Moffett and the Ice Warriorsssssssss.

    Oh yeah, we also have feedback and stuff.

    Speaking of feedback, please send yours to tardistavern@gmail.com, join us on Facebook, or look for Sean on Twitter as tardistavern and Steve as stevetardistvrn.

    Credit goes to synthetic_messiah (from whomix.trilete.net) for the doc in trouble mix at the end of the show.



  • Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC #11 Amy's Choice 31.7

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway

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    11:37 (GMT) - 20 May 2010

    T minus 2 days until The Hungry Earth.

    Welcome to this, the 11th Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse: Mostly Harmless Cutaway. Today Eric & special guest co-host Cat (@fancyfembot) break down the newest, latest, and greatest Doctor Who episode Amy's Choice. Cat is the hostess & creater of the Sci-Fi Party Line Podcast where they talk about a currenty sci-fi in movies & television. Never fear, Megan should be returning soon as she got caught in a stray time eddy.

    WARNING: This review/discussion contains very dreamy SPOILERS, ahh-choo!

    Thanks so much to James (@JamesNaughton), co-host of the Doctor Who @Podshock podcast for providing this episode's intro. He's one of the kindest, most jovial, benevelont people you could ever meet in person. We certainly feel his contribution puts the York in our Peppermint Pattie. Never have you met a kinder more sincere chap in person. Please follow the twitter links to check out their podcasts although chances are you already have because they're the oldest, longest running, & most downloaded Doctor Who podcast to date.

    Disclaimer: Now here's the part where we list some of Eric's pathetic factual gaffes in this week's ep, or as we like to call them: 'Intentional' production errors or Easter Eggs: 1) Eric incorrectly refers to actor Toby Jones (The Dream Lord) as Tom Jones. 2) Eric calls her Mrs. Potter rather than Mrs. Poggit. 3) When Eric was referring to the wonderful violin piece composed by @murraygold he incorrectly pointed toward Rory's exit scene. While it too contains a wonderful piece of music, it is a piano which is heard prevalently at that point. The piece with the violin is actually played backing the beautiful kiss scene - Oh my hearts -

    DON'T PANIC

    Creator/Producer: Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    Co-host: Megan Hibner
    Email: meganhibner ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Twitter: @meganhibner
    YouTube: youtube.com/TheChannelofRassilon

    HHG2W:
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @HHG2W
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com

    The MHC theme was created by Eric Escamilla.
    The MHC coverart was created by Cat (@fancyfembot).

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  • Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC #11 Amy's Choice 31.7

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    10:37 (GMT) - 20 May 2010

    T minus 2 days until The Hungry Earth.

     

    Welcome to this, the 11th Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse: Mostly Harmless Cutaway. Today Eric & special guest co-host Cat (@fancyfembot) break down the newest, latest, and greatest Doctor Who episode Amy's Choice. Cat is the hostess & creater of the Sci-Fi Party Line Podcast where they talk about a currenty sci-fi in movies & television. Never fear, Megan should be returning soon as she got caught in a stray time eddy.

    WARNING:  This review/discussion contains very dreamy SPOILERS, ahh-choo!

    Thanks so much to James (@JamesNaughton), co-host of the Doctor Who @Podshock podcast for providing this episode's intro. He's one of the kindest, most jovial, benevelont people you could ever meet in person. We certainly feel his contribution puts the York in our Peppermint Pattie. Never have you met a kinder more sincere chap in person. Please follow the twitter links to check out their podcasts although chances are you already have because they're the oldest, longest running, & most downloaded Doctor Who podcast to date.

    Disclaimer: Now here's the part where we list some of Eric's pathetic factual gaffes in this week's ep, or as we like to call them: 'Intentional' production errors or Easter Eggs: 1) Eric incorrectly refers to actor Toby Jones (The Dream Lord) as Tom Jones. 2) Eric calls her Mrs. Potter rather than Mrs. Poggit. 3) When Eric was referring to the wonderful violin piece composed by @murraygold he incorrectly pointed toward Rory's exit scene. While it too contains a wonderful piece of music, it is a piano which is heard prevalently at that point. The piece with the violin is actually played backing the beautiful kiss scene - Oh my hearts -  

     

    DON'T PANIC

     

     

    Creator/Producer: Eric Escamilla
    Email: bullitt33 ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: Bullitt33

    Co-host: Megan Hibner 
    Email: meganhibner ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Twitter: @meganhibner
    YouTube: youtube.com/TheChannelofRassilon

    HHG2W:
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com 
    Twitter: @HHG2W 
    Tumblr: guidetothewhoverse.tumblr.com

    The MHC theme was created by Eric Escamilla.
    The MHC coverart was created by Cat (@fancyfembot).

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  • Staggering Stories Podcast

    Staggering Stories Commentary #5: Doctor Who - Flesh and Stone

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    09:54 (GMT) - 20 May 2010

    Summary:
    Adam J Purcell, Andy Simpkins and Keith Dunn sit down, agog, in front of Doctor Who: Flesh and Stone and spout our usual nonsense!

    Yes, that’s two Commentaries today for the price of none.A We held off publishing of The Time of Angels last week so that you can have both that and this together.A If your podcatching software did pick up the previous commentary then you may have to tell it to manually download that one (some only automatically download the latest episode).

    So please sit down with us to stare into the crack and enjoy Flesh and Stonea|

    Vital Links:

    • Staggering Stories.
    • BBC: Doctor Who.
    • BBC: Doctor Who a Flesh and Stone.
    • Doctor Who Podcast Alliance.
    • Facebook: Staggering Stories Group.
    • Twitter: Adam J Purcell.


  • Staggering Stories Podcast

    Staggering Stories Commentary #4: Doctor Who - The Time of Angels

    Staggering Stories Podcast

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    09:53 (GMT) - 20 May 2010

    Summary:
    Adam J Purcell, Andy Simpkins and Keith Dunn sit down, terrified, in front of Doctor Who: The Time of Angels and spout our usual nonsense!

    Hopefully the audio quality is somewhat better this time, it’s still not perfect as the mics were running a bit hot. Oh, and we weren’t really 7 minutes in when we said we were, that included a couple of minutes of junk the PVR picked up before Doctor Who.A Nonetheless, please sit down with us to enjoy The Time of Angelsa|

    Vital Links:

    • Staggering Stories.
    • BBC: Doctor Who.
    • BBC: Doctor Who a The Time of Angels.
    • Doctor Who Podcast Alliance.
    • Facebook: Staggering Stories Group.
    • Twitter: Adam J Purcell.


  • Geek Syndicate

    Geek Syndicate - Episode 156

    Geek Syndicate

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    06:44 (GMT) - 20 May 2010

    In this weeks's episode Dave and Barry once more take look at all that is best and the brightest in the world of Geekdom. Be warned those as there is a spoiler heavy review of Blackest Night issue 8 which Barry has finally read.

    In this week's main feature with one day to go the guys take a look at this year's Bristol International Comic and Small Press Expo.

    See enjoy and see those of you who are going to the expo!



  • Geek Syndicate

    Geek Syndicate - Episode 156

    Geek Syndicate

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    05:44 (GMT) - 20 May 2010

    In this weeks's episode Dave and Barry once more take look at all that is best and the brightest in the world of Geekdom. Be warned those  as there is a spoiler heavy review of Blackest Night issue 8 which Barry has finally read.

    In this week's main feature with one day to go the guys take a look at this year's Bristol International Comic and Small Press Expo.

    See enjoy and see those of you who are going to the expo!



  • Two-minute Time Lord

    2MTL 134: TIME DILATION - Paul Cornell on His BBC3 Pilot "Pulse" and Loving Series 5

    Two-minute Time Lord

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    02:48 (GMT) - 20 May 2010

    Memorize this Twitter hashtag: #pulsebbc3. 'Cos like Being Human before it, Paul Cornell's new pilot project — the science fiction/medical horror show Pulse (Facebook link) — has a chance to be picked up as a full series if the online reaction is strong enough. Paul talks with me about the show he scripted, and also takes me up on my invitation to gush about Doctor Who Series 5 for a bit.

    (Time Dilation episodes of 2MTL put aside the two-minute format temporarily for longer interviews and such. And now you know…the rest of the story.)



  • The Cultdom Collective

    Studio Epi - Toasting The Ashes

    The Cultdom Collective

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    17:00 (GMT) - 19 May 2010

    As the last episode of Ashes to Ashes looms on the Horizon, Dave and Ian meet to speculate who, why, where, when and what.


  • Doctor Who Review Today

    EPISODE 63 - DWRT Monthly for May Review of An Unearthly child Part 1

    Doctor Who Review Today

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    07:16 (GMT) - 19 May 2010

    Robert and Graeme will review the beginning box set,picking up from friday's show. With guest DaveAC joining us.


  • Dirty WHOers's Podcast

    Dirty WHOers 011

    Dirty WHOers's Podcast

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    07:00 (GMT) - 19 May 2010

    Ranting & raving about Amy's Choice, episode 7 of season 31. Whovian's behaving badly, with the help of a bottle of Jamesons & a shit load of creative editing...


  • Podshock

    202 - Doctor Who: Podshock

    Podshock

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    21:01 (GMT) - 18 May 2010

    Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 202
    Running time: 1:28:42

    Doctor Who: 'Amy's Choice' reviewed live over the net with live and recorded feedback. Tim Drury 200th episode message, Peter Davison reads Castrovalva, DWP Live in NYC, and more.

    Hosted by Louis Trapani, James Naughton, and Dave Cooper.

    Brought to you by the Gallifreyan Embassy and is a production of Art Trap Productions.

    This podcast is made possible in part by Podshock Supporting Subscribers and from donations from listeners like you.

    This episode is also brought to you by Dragon's Lair Comics & Fantasy at http://dlair.net

    Go to http://audiblepodcast.com/podshock to get your free audiobook today from Audible with free trial!

    Do you want the Enhanced Podcast AAC file format? Get our Enhanced Podcast version of this episode using our feed at http://www.gallifreyanembassy.org/podshock/podshock.xml.



  • Geek Syndicate

    Scrolls Ch 5: Fishfingers and Custard

    Geek Syndicate

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    12:17 (GMT) - 18 May 2010

    With 'consumate professionalism' the team finally hit their stride. No silliness or smut here, no sirree. Ahem. The subject up for grabs is pinpointing some of the more off the wall books that work in unexpected ways. Between the earnest reviews we cruelly cause Gilbert and Sullivan turn in their graves, find room for both scarecrows and tin-men (though sadly no lions or yappy-type dogs), the QI awooga makes its Scrolls debut and the Waltons are revealed to be a little more back-woodsy than were previously suspected.

    If you enjoy listening to it half as much as we did recording it you'll have a ball.



  • Geek Syndicate

    Scrolls Ch 5: Fishfingers and Custard

    Geek Syndicate

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    11:17 (GMT) - 18 May 2010

    With 'consumate professionalism' the team finally hit their stride.  No silliness or smut here, no sirree.  Ahem. The subject up for grabs is pinpointing some of the more off the wall books that work in unexpected ways. Between the earnest reviews we cruelly cause Gilbert and Sullivan turn in their graves, find room for both scarecrows  and tin-men (though sadly no lions or yappy-type dogs), the QI awooga makes its Scrolls debut and the Waltons are revealed to be a little more back-woodsy than were previously suspected.

    If you enjoy listening to it half as much as we did recording it you'll have a ball.



  • The Minute Doctor Who Podcast

    038 - Running the Race

    The Minute Doctor Who Podcast

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    10:49 (GMT) - 18 May 2010

    Thanks again to all who sponsored me to run the Bristol 10K last weekend. Here's a running themed episode to commemorate the event. There's still time to give if you want to. http://www.justgiving.com/Luke-Harrison0


  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 127: Amy's Choice

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    07:41 (GMT) - 18 May 2010

    It has been five years since Amy Pond last travelled with the Doctor, and when he lands in her garden again, on the eve of the birth of her first child, she finds herself facing a heartbreaking choice - one that will change her life forever. They will have to choose which is the dream world and which is reality. Plot Leadworth, 2015. Amy Pond is stirring some custard in a bowl but starts to feel pain in her pregnant body. Rory immediately arrives on his bike (with a pony tail on his head) and Amy screams Rory's name so he can get inside thinking the baby is coming. Amy's pain then subsides and both of them are about to resume their daily lives, when the TARDIS materializes outside their kitchen window. The Doctor exits the TARDIS whilst Rory and Amy hurry to him and the TARDIS before hugs are exchanged and the Doctor stating how happy they look five years after they last travelled with him. Cast Eleventh Doctor - Matt Smith Amy Pond - Karen Gillan Rory Williams - Arthur Darvill Dream Lord - Toby Jones Mr Nainby - Nick Hobbs Mrs Poggit - Audrey Ardington Mrs Hamil - Joan Linder Production crew to be added References The Doctor reveals to Amy and Rory that he threw the TARDIS Manual at a Supernova because he 'disagreed' with it. The Dream Lord brings up the Doctor's relationship with Elizabeth I. The Dream Lord teleports himself around much like The Valeyard did in DW: The Ultimate Foe. The Dream Lord refers to The Doctor as the 'last of the Time Lords' and 'the oncoming storm', two nicknames he has been given. (DW: Doomsday, Journey's End et al.) Story notes The enemies the old folks play are a race known as the Eknodine. The Dream Lord traps the Doctor, Rory and Amy in an alternative world and Amy has to decide what is the real world. Technically, the entire episode took place in the TARDIS. The box under the TARDIS console the Doctor opens has the words: "TARDIS. Time And Relative Dimension In Space. Build Site: Gallifrey Blackhole Shipyard. Type 40. Build date: 1963. Authorised for use by qualified Time Lords only by the Shadow Proclamation. Misuse or theft of any TARDIS will result in extreme penalties and permanent exile." written on it. There is no indication of how much time has passed since DW: The Vampires of Venice. The sign outside the old peoples' home reads "SARN Residential Care Home". Sarn was the setting for DW: Planet of Fire. This is only the second episode of the series (after Time of the Angels) not to feature a Crack in time but is the first non 2 part story to not feature a crack. Ratings to be added Rumours The 'Dream Lord' was rumoured to pretend to be the Doctor because of a shot of him inside the TARDIS wearing the Eleventh Doctor's costume in the trailer. He was, in fact, the Doctor himself - at least, his dark side. Aunt Sharon will appear. This was false Filming locations to be added Production errors When Rory and Amy are running from the Eknodine you can clearly see no mud on his back, but he was thrown on his back, into mud, a minute before.It concerns a dream, that puts things in perspective.The Doctor mentions again that bow ties are cool. (DW: The Eleventh Hour) The Dream Lord refers to what happened between the Doctor and Queen Elizabeth I. (DW: The Shakespeare Code, The End of Time, The Beast Below) The Doctor initially assumes that the TARDIS has jumped a time track (DW: The Space Museum) The Doctor tries to jump start the TARDIS by kicking it. (DW: Rise of the Cybermen) The Dream Lord accuses the Doctor of abandoning his companions in favour of younger friends, echoing remarks by Sarah Jane Smith about the Tenth Doctor and his relationship with Rose Tyler. (DW: School Reunion) The Dream Lord, once alone with Amy, echoes a conversation Jackie Tyler had with the Ninth Doctor about how 'anything could happen'. (DW: Rose) After Rory dies in the dream, Amy asks the Doctor "What is the point of you?", similar to how Gwen asks the same to Jack after Rhys dies. (TW: End of Days) The swimming pool has turned up; the Doctor said that "it'll turn up" in DW: The Eleventh Hour. DVD and Blu-ray release BBC Video - Doctor Who Series Five - Volume Three will feature Amy's Choice, The Hungry Earth, Cold Blood and Vincent and the Doctor. It will be released on Monday 2nd August 2010 (UK Only) on DVD and Blu-ray.[1] External links to be added Footnotes | DWM 421, Page 18


  • The Doctor's Companion

    The Doctor's Companion Ep. 23 - Dream a Little Dream

    The Doctor's Companion

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    02:12 (GMT) - 18 May 2010

    Scott and Randy have been dreaming about discussing the seventh episode of series 5, “Amy’s Choice”. The Doctor, Amy, and Rory have been trapped between two worlds by a mysterious new enemy known only as the Dream Lord. Can they decide which world is a dream before they die in reality? Who is the Dream Lord and what is his connection to the Doctor? Who or what will Amy choose? Find out, in the newest episode of The Doctor’s Companion! And remember, BEWARE OF SPOILERS!!

    Next Week: The Hungry Earth!!



  • The Unearthly Child Podcast

    006 - The Unearthly Child Podcast: Tweet Tweet

    The Unearthly Child Podcast

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    19:02 (GMT) - 17 May 2010

    How fabulously stupendously brilliantly amazing was Amy's Choice? I'll tell you how amazing - very amazing! Listen to the podcast to find out more... You can email me feedback and comments at unearthlychildpodcast@gmail.com or visit unearthlychildpodcast.com for the latest updates.


  • The Cultdom Collective

    Commentary: Amy's Choice Tipple

    The Cultdom Collective

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    13:00 (GMT) - 17 May 2010

    Dave, Mike & Ian gather around for another commentary session, this weeks Episode "Amy's Choice" Enjoy!


  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 126: The Vampires of Venice

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    06:50 (GMT) - 17 May 2010

    Dessicated corpses, terror in the canal and a visit to the sinister House of Calvierri - the Doctor takes Amy and Rory for a romantic mini-break, as the TARDIS touches down once again. Vampires converge Vampires in the dungeon But 16th-century Venice is not as it should be. The city has been sealed to protect it from the Plague, although Rosanna Calvierri may have other plans... Plot Cast The Doctor - Matt Smith Amy Pond - Karen Gillan Rory Williams - Arthur Darvill Rosanna Calvierri - Helen McCrory Francesco - Alex Price Isabella - Alisha Bailey Steward - Simon Gregor Guido - Lucian Msamati Inspector - Michael Percival Vampire - Gabriela Montarez Vampire - Elizabeth Croft Vampire - Gabriella Wylde Vampire - Sonila Vieshta Vampire - Hannah Steele Crew Executive Producers: Steven Moffat, Piers Wenger and Beth Willis Produced byTracie SimpsonPatrick Schweitzer Directed byJonny Campbell Written byToby Whithouse(script editing by Brian Minchin) Director of PhotographyTony Slater Ling Production DesignerEdward Thomas Visual EffectsThe Mill Make-up DesignerBarbara Southcott Casting DirectorAndy Pryor CDG MusicMurray Gold Costume DesignerRay Holman EditorJames Pearson Special EffectsReal SFX Original theme music by Ron Grainer* Title sequence by Framestore* With thanks to BBC National Orchestra of Wales  General production staff Production Executive - Julie Scott Line Producer - Patrick Schweitzer Location Manager - Gareth Skelding Unit Manager - Rhys Griffiths Production Co-ordinator - Jess van Niekerk Assistant Production Manager - Claire Thomas Production Runner - Sian Warrilow Production Accountant - Ceru Tothill A/Production Accountant - Carole Wakefield Directorial/DOP staff 1st Assistant Director - John Bennett 2nd Assistant Director - James DeHaviland 3rd Assistant Director - Heddi-Joy Taylor-Welch Runners - Nicola Enyon Price, Laura Jenkins Continuity - Non Eleri Hughes Camera Operator - Ian Adrian B Camera Operator - Matthew Poynter Focus Puller - Steve Rees Grip - John Robinson Assistant Camera - Tom Hartley, Jon Vidgen Boom Operator - Dafydd Parry Gaffer - Mark Hutchings Best Boy - Pete Chester Electricians - Ben Griffiths, Steve Slocombe, Bob Milton, Alan Tippets Art department Supervising Art Director - Stephen Nicholas Art Department Co-ordinator - Amy Oakes Associate Designer - James North Production Buyer - Ben Morris Set Decorator - Keith Dunne Props Buyer - Catherine Samuel Set Designer - Ben Austin Storyboard Artist - James Iles Concept Artists - Richard Shaun Williams, Peter McKinstry Graphic Artist - Jackson Pope Standby Props - Phill Shellard, Tom Evans Standby Art Director - Tristan Peatfield Standby Carpenter - Will Pope Standby Rigger - Keith Freeman Standby Painter - Ellen Woods Props Master - Paul Aitken Props Chargehand - Matt Wild Dressing Props - Martin Broadbent, Rhys Jones Prop Makers - Penny Howarth, Nicholas Robatto Construction Manager - Matthew Hywel-Davies Workshop Manager - Mark Hill Construction Chargehand - Scott Fisher Practical Electrician - Albert James Scenic Artists - John Pinkerton, John Whalley Graphics - BBC Wales Graphics Costume Costume Supervisor - Bobbie Peach Crowd Supervisor - Lindsay Bonaccorsi Costume Assistants - Sara Morgan, Maria Franchi Make-up and prosthetics Make-up Supervisor - Pam Mullins Make-up Artists - Abi Brotherton, Morag Smith Movement Stunt Co-ordinator - Crispin Layfield Stunt Performers - Gordon Seed Casting Casting Associates: Andy Brierley, Alice Purser General post-production staff Post-production Supervisors - Chris Blatchford, Ceres Doyle Post-production Co-ordinator - Marie Brown Assistant Editor - Becky Trotman On-line Conform - Matthew Clarke, Mark Bright Special and visual effects VFX Editor - Cat Gregory Colourist - Mick Vincent Sound Sound Recordist - Bryn Howarth Dubbing Mixer - Tim Ricketts Sound Maintenance Engineer - Jeff Welch Supervising Sound Editor - Paul McFadden Sound FX Editor - Paul Jefferies Foley Editor - Helen Dickson Not every person who worked on this adventure was credited. The absence of a credit for a position doesn't necessarily mean the job wasn't required. The information above is based solely on observations of the actual end credits of the episodes as broadcast, and does not relay information from IMDB or other sources.            According to a pre-launch press pack issued by the BBC, Patrick Schweitzer was actually the co-producer of this episode, but in the event, he was actually double credited -- as both a full producer and a line producer. References The Doctor's library card The Doctor The Doctor shows his Library Card to the Vampires. It has a picture of his first incarnation on it. The name on it appears to be "Dr. J. Smith." Amy describes her time with the Doctor as involving "lots of running." The Doctor gives Amy a boiled sweet. Individuals The Doctor compares the Vampires to Harry Houdini. When Rory asks why the Psychic paper says he is Amy's eunuch, she says "I'll explain later". Races and species The relationship between Calvierri and her son and their plan to convert people to become their species is similar to that of the Family of Blood who shared a close bond and took over individuals to go unnoticed. When Calvierri commits suicide she asks The Doctor if he can carry another dead race on his conscience, and to remember her, much like Davros did when he died. Technology Rosanna Calvierri uses a Perception filter. The perception filter is shown to have a self preservation loophole, making the teeth visible when the brain detects a threat. Story Notes A 90-second clip from this episode was aired during Matt Smith's appearance on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross on 26 March 2010. The Vampires are not real vampires, but are of alien origin. They are fish-like alien creatures using Perception Filters to hide themselves to other people. There was some initial confusion over the title of this story, with some media sources (as well as Matt Smith in a TV interview[1]) using the title Vampires in Venice. In the Series 5 preview, one of the vampires leap for Rory, without any change. In the actual episode, he changes to his alien form. Differences like this have happened many times from trailer to episode. The name of the species, Saturnynians, isn't spoken in the episode, though the planet Saturnyne is mentioned twice. The Saturnynian are hiding from the Cracks and the Silence. The Doctor mentions meeting Casanova. David Tennant had previously played Casanova in a television series written by Russell T Davies. This is the first Doctor Who episode that, instead of having the last scene cut to the closing titles, the closing titles 'merge' with the scene. In this case, the camera zooms into the TARDIS keyhole, and through it, the Time Vortex is visible. This episode is notable for being filmed in Croatia, and is therefore the first episode of a Doctor Who universe show to be filmed in a formerly Communist country. The Vampires of Venice contains similarities to School Reunion, also written by Toby Whithouse: Pre-titles sequence involves scene of a young girl being attacked by an alien, followed by a scene in which the Doctor appears during a mundane activity and says something rather ordinary. The companion's boyfriend joins in for the adventure and becomes part of the TARDIS crew for the following episodes. Both episodes feature scenes where two of the main characters discuss the Doctor's effect on relationships. The leader of the alien race in both episodes proposes an alliance with the Doctor. A minor character disposes of most of the aliens by causing an explosion. The alien's plan is thwarted by a simple flick of a switch. Ratings 6.2 million Filming Locations Croatia was used as the primary location for the setting of this episode. It is the third episode of the revival series after DW: The Fires of Pompeii and Planet of the Dead to include major filming outside the UK. Some filming took place in Caephilly Castle. [1] Scenes featuring The Doctor, Amy and Rory were filmed at Llancaiach Fawr. [2] Continuity The Doctor tells Rory that Amy kissed him. (DW: Flesh and Stone) Instead of his Psychic paper, the Doctor shows his library card, which includes a photo of his first incarnation. The First Doctor's library card can read out 76 TOTTERS LANE, first seen in DW: An Unearthly Child The library card lists his name as "Dr. J. Smith," presumably standing for "Dr. John Smith," a frequent alias of the Doctor's. The Fourth Doctor previously encountered vampires of a different kind in DW: State of Decay The Seventh Doctor encountered a kind of vampire known as "Haemovores", which also happened to reside in water, in DW: The Curse of Fenric. The Eighth Doctor had previously visited 23rd Century Venice in BFA: The Stones of Venice. The Doctor mentions how a life of time travel can make it difficult to readjust to a normal existence. Sarah Jane Smith told him much the same thing in DW: School Reunion. DVD and Blu-ray Releases BBC Video - Doctor Who Series Five - Volume Two will feature The Time of Angels, Flesh and Stone and The Vampires of Venice. It will be released on Monday 5th July 2010 (UK Only) on DVD and Blu-ray.[2]


  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #198 - Omnipotent Space Bastard

    Radio Free Skaro

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    18:06 (GMT) - 16 May 2010

    Given the mixed reactions that The Three Who Rule have had about past attempts of surrealism in Doctor Who, one wouldn't expect the latest noodle-scratcher to be an episode for them to agree on. But that's just what "Amy's Choice" was, a daring and bold step into a world of dreams featuring pregnant Amys, awkward Doctors, and rampant elder abuse. Really, what's not to love? And there wasn't even one hint of The Valeyard making a return appearance. Or was there....?
    Check out the show notes at www.radiofreeskaro.com.


  • Bigger on the Inside

    Bigger on the Inside - Episode 38

    Bigger on the Inside

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    18:05 (GMT) - 16 May 2010

    The ninth season of Doctor Who sadly ends with a whimper ("The Mutants" and "The Time Monster"), but that doesn't mean the hosts agree on the episodes. Also, Mike becomes flustered while talking about Captain Yates, Dan has something to say about the chicken-suited Kronos, and then there's Cotton. Oh, Cotton.


  • The Flashing Blade Podcast

    The Flashing Blade Podcast 1-49

    The Flashing Blade Podcast

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    17:33 (GMT) - 16 May 2010

    Ullo... Well, this time, Vampire in Venice, UNIT-2 and stuff and things.... join us next week for the 50th! More madness then a Staggering Stories' update notice! Feedback to show@flashingblade.org.uk



  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #198 - Omnipotent Space Bastard

    Radio Free Skaro

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    17:06 (GMT) - 16 May 2010

    Given the mixed reactions that The Three Who Rule have had about past attempts of surrealism in Doctor Who, one wouldn't expect the latest noodle-scratcher to be an episode for them to agree on. But that's just what "Amy's Choice" was, a daring and bold step into a world of dreams featuring pregnant Amys, awkward Doctors, and rampant elder abuse. Really, what's not to love? And there wasn't even one hint of The Valeyard making a return appearance. Or was there....?
    Check out the show notes at www.radiofreeskaro.com.


  • The Doctor Who Podcast

    The Doctor Who Podcast Episode #17: Review - Amy's Choice

    The Doctor Who Podcast

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    11:00 (GMT) - 16 May 2010

    Tom, James and Trevor are in the caravan (all at the same time!) to review the latest episode, Amy’s Choice. This is an episode not to miss, as it turned out to be a very lively and entertaining conversation about this most interesting of episodes.


  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE43 - Dr Who 'Amy's Choice'

    The Cultdom Collective

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    09:14 (GMT) - 16 May 2010

    Episode 7 of New Dr Who 'Amy's Choice' Reviewed Live - Please join us


  • Staggering Stories Podcast

    Staggering Stories Podcast #73: Flesh and Cardboard

    Staggering Stories Podcast

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    09:00 (GMT) - 16 May 2010

    Summary:
    Adam J Purcell, Andy Simpkins, Fake Keith, Jean Riddler and the Real Keith Dunn talk about Doctor Who: ‘Flesh and Stone’ and Ashes to Ashes season 3 episode 5, find some general news, and a variety of other stuff, specifically:

    • 00:00 – Intro and theme tune.
    • 00:50 — Welcome!
    • 02:00 – News:
    • 02:08 — Doctor Who: Daily Mail on the attack, once again.
    • 05:20 — Doctor Who: The Time of Angels final viewing figures – high time shift.
    • 08:17 — Planet of the Apes: Another reimaginating.
    • 10:06 — Doctor Who: Crawley local councillor is a fan.
    • 14:12 – Doctor Who: Flesh and Stone.
    • 33:27 – Ashes to Ashes: Season 3, episode 5.
    • 44:10 – Emails and listener feedback.* Hit us yourself atA show@StaggeringStories.net
    • 73:57 – Farewell for this podcast!
    • 74:21 — End theme, disclaimer, copyright, etc.

    Vital Links:

    • Staggering Stories.
    • BBC: Doctor Who.
    • Daily Mail: Scantily-clad vampires and a pass at Doctor Who.
    • Doctor Who News Page: Time of Angels – Final Figures.
    • Wikipedia: Planet of the Apes (franchise).
    • BBC: Doctor Who – Flesh and Stone.
    • BBC: Ashes to Ashes.
    • Doctor Who Podcast Alliance.
    • Facebook: Staggering Stories Group.
    • Twitter: Adam J Purcell.


  • Two-minute Time Lord

    2MTL 133: SPOILERS - Damon Querry Reviews "Amy's Choice"

    Two-minute Time Lord

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    20:35 (GMT) - 15 May 2010

    Damon "Tachyon TV" Querry rounds out the triumvirate's series of guest reviews with a look at "Amy's Choice."



  • The Unearthly Child Podcast

    005 - The Unearthly Child Podcast: Telegraphed Delights

    The Unearthly Child Podcast

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    19:29 (GMT) - 15 May 2010

    Taking advantage of all the free stuff I can get with newspapers, I take a listen to BBC Audio's recent Matt Smith reading, The Runaway Train. You can email me feedback and comments at unearthlychildpodcast@gmail.com or visit unearthlychildpodcast.com for the latest updates.


  • The Omega Podcast

    The Omega Podcast Episode 1-11: The Time of Angels

    The Omega Podcast

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    19:08 (GMT) - 15 May 2010



  • Bridging the Rift

    #20: Feedback and Creative Tennantcies

    Bridging the Rift

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    18:08 (GMT) - 15 May 2010

    Nat, Katrina, and Erik get down to the business of discussing your feedback.  Plus, there's a previously recorded discussion of David Tennant creativity with Kelsey from the TennantCast.

    Show Notes Introduction

    @ 1 minute - We introduce ourselves before getting on with the good stuff.

    Feedback

    @ 1 minutes 30 seconds - We dive straight in to your feedback, in which: BTR gets an award, Erik gets chastised, we hear from several Friends Of The Show, and there are some truly awful Doctor impressions.

    Doctor Who Podcast Alliance Promo

    @ 11 minutes 30 seconds - Luke from The Minute Doctor Who Podcast with a promo for a DWPA event with Matthew Waterhouse (Adric!) on July 4, 2010.

    http://www.tmdwp.co.uk/TMDWP/Podcast/Podcast.html

    More Feedback!

    @ 1 4 minutes - One final piece of feedback, in which it's Nat's turn to get corrected.

    http://community.livejournal.com/crafty_tardis/

    http://isiscaughey.livejournal.com/tag/rec list

    Creativity Corner

    @ 1 8 minutes 35 seconds - This week's Creativity Corner was recorded when Kelsey joined Nat and Katrina a few weeks back.  Some links to the items discussed.

    Deviant Art:

    http://caldwellart.deviantart.com/gallery/#Doctor-Who http://caldwellart.deviantart.com/art/Doctor-Who-Companions-Allies-157611121

    http://caldwellart.deviantart.com/art/Doctor-Who-Cybermen-144681254 http://sheldonsands.deviantart.com/gallery/#Snog-for-Ten

    http://sini-m.deviantart.com/art/Good-Luck-75098498

    http://sini-m.deviantart.com/art/On-the-Doorstep-73583688 http://mpmg.deviantart.com/art/What-s-up-Doc-64584755

    http://girl-on-the-moon.deviantart.com/art/Stranded-99061944 http://girl-on-the-moon.deviantart.com/art/Doomsday-Painter-IX-121607141 http://girl-on-the-moon.deviantart.com/art/Just-A-Glance-Painter-IX-157564674

    http://capsize-beautiful.deviantart.com/art/HMmm-94225531 http://capsize-beautiful.deviantart.com/art/i-m-sorry-95801740

    YouTube Videos:

    "I'm sorry...I'm so sorry." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQkFNVhppXo&feature=related

    "Well..." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RssnpE9U6IU&feature=related

    "The Tenth Doctor: The Musical" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dHkbdMYpSA

    The Flashing Blade Hits 50!

    @ 45 minutes 55 seconds - Congratulations to The Flashing Blade Podcast on reaching the milestone 50th episode!  Hooray!

    http://www.flashingblade.org.uk/

    Next Time

    @ 48 minutes 10 seconds - Next time, we look at fan reactions to Series 5 and all of it's newness--including the Eleventh Doctor and the redesigned Daleks.  If you have any feedback about anything we’ve discussed, you can send messages on Twitter directed @BridgingTheRift, comment on this blog post or send short MP3 feedback to our GoogleMail address.  You can also "like" us on Facebook and leave comments there.

    Trocking Out - Type 40

    @ 49 minutes 30 seconds - This episode we have an audio and visual Trocking Out for you!  The Chameleon Circuit song "Type 40" has been turned into a fantastic YouTube video.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=49rLQ4MDYMQ

    You can also stream Chameleon Circuit's entire Trock album at either http://alexdaymusic.com/or http://charliemcdonnell.com/music/ and you can find their music both at iTunes and Amazon.com.



  • Tim's Take On...

    Tim's Take On:Episode 17(Amy's Choice)

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    17:35 (GMT) - 15 May 2010

    My first thoughts review of Dr Who:Amy's Choice with some additional thoughts from the world of twitter.

    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.

    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

     



  • Earth Station One

    Erth Station One Episode 7 - Is there a "Doctor" in the house?

    Earth Station One

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    12:45 (GMT) - 15 May 2010

    We are very proud to announce the release of episode 7 of Erth Station One. This week Mike, Dan and Corey are joined by West of the Random Vortex podcast and Rich Morris creator of the 10 Doctors web comic. Our topics this week cover: the news of the week, a review of Doctor Who: … Continue reading →


  • The Doctor Who Podcast

    The Doctor Who Podcast Episode #16: Fan reaction to Vampires of Venice

    The Doctor Who Podcast

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    11:00 (GMT) - 15 May 2010

    The fan reaction to Vampires in Venice is on our mind this episode, and joining us in the DWP Caravan is Simon from theWaffle on Podcast. Simon, James and Trevor look over what the you thought of the episode. We also play the feedback from the DWP listeners and their thoughts on this episode.


  • DWO WhoCast

    DWO WhoCast - #5.7 - Doctor Who Podcast

    DWO WhoCast

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    23:00 (GMT) - 14 May 2010

    In this week's episode of the DWO WhoCast... Paul and Seb discuss the latest episode: 5.7: Amy's Choice.

    The dynamic duo are forced to record a little further apart than normal with Seb at DWO Base, and Paul recording live from the Utopia Doctor Who convention in Oxfordshire. Will the dimensionally interrupted coordinates wreak havoc on the show? Will Seb be able to combat time against the impending house-guest of Doom, and more importantly, can Paul escape the dreaded clutches of the Hoover of Fear? - Listen to this week's episode to find out...

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

    If you are an iTunes user, make sure you rate and discuss the podcast; the more people that vote and leave their comments the higher up the rankings we go and the more successful we are.

    Also if you have any feedback let us know, and of course suggestions are always welcome. Why not email us an mp3 comment and we can play it on the show?

    Interact with us!

    Send your Feedback to: feedback@thewhocast.com
    Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/dwowhocast
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=5185658494



  • Doctor Who Review Today

    EPISODE 62- Review of The Daleks and Victory of the Daleks

    Doctor Who Review Today

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    18:34 (GMT) - 14 May 2010

    Reviewing the 2nd story of the first doctor and new series 5.3 with Matt Smith.Part 1 of the beginning box set.


  • Geek Syndicate

    Good Morning Geekdom - Episode 5

    Geek Syndicate

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    12:26 (GMT) - 14 May 2010

    Iz and Barry are back to fight the negativity that stalks the world wide web with the positive force that is Good Morning Geekdom. In this episode there is news on Spidey the musical, Batman the stage show, info on Leonardo Da Vinci and the Soldiers of Forever, Ghost Rider 2 and more. The duo then reveal their Gateways to Geekdom and their big review is Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland.

    Special thanks to Harold Jennett for the awesome new logo design.



 
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