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Kasterborous Podkast

Kasterborous Podkast
Description:
Doctor Who News, Reviews, Interviews And Forum

Homepage: http://www.kasterborous.com

RSS Feed: http://www.kasterborous.com/tag/podkast/feed/

Kasterborous Podkast Statistics
Episodes:
178
Average Episode Duration:
40:50
Longest Episode Duration:
1:21:59
Total Duration of all Episodes:
5 days, 1 hour, 8 minutes and 21 seconds
Earliest Episode:
12 October 2015 (8:27pm GMT)
Latest Episode:
12 August 2015 (8:26pm GMT)
Average Time Between Episodes:
6 days, 17 hours, 57 minutes and 14 seconds

Kasterborous Podkast Episodes

  • Andrew Cartmel on the PodKast!

    2 November 2012 (8:35pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 45 minutes and 55 seconds

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    Whoah yes, former Doctor Who script editor Andrew Cartmel (1987-1989) joins us on the podKast (with a “K”) this week to chat about a new project, Doctor Who Fan Fiction Illustrated!

    With Hans Christian Vang as his partner for this exciting new crowdsourcing proposal, Andrew is onboard to further the legendary “Cartmel Masterplan” – the term given to the restoration of mystery and mystique that typified his time on the show.

    This week, you won’t find a mysterious time-wimey "Previously on next week's podKast" sentence to look out for - instead, it should pop up in the next podKast.

    Now, if you’re a new listener, here’s how you can listen to our weekly podKast:

  • Use the player in the top right of each page on Kasterborous.
  • Listen with the "pop out" player above, which also allows you to download the podKast to your computer.
  • Third, you can take advantage of the RSS feed to subscribe to the podKast for your media player, and also find us on iTunes!
  • Now then, the important part: please back Fan Fiction Illustrated at www.indiegogo.com/ffidw – should the project not go ahead, funds will be returned to the backers, so no one is out of pocket. Everybody wins – but we’re backing Hans and Andrew to produce what promises to be a major new player in the Doctor Who comic strip world!



  • PodKast with a Reference Book (Featuring Paul Scoones)

    25 October 2012 (5:40pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 1 second

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    This week’s podKast (with a “K”) takes a slightly different flavour as Christian Cawley and James McLean discuss Doctor Who non-fiction, specifically reference books.

    The Comic Strip Companion: the Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to Doctor Who in Comics: 1964 - 1979

    Armed with a copy of Lance Parkin’s A History and Paul Scoones’ The Comic Strip Companion: 1964-1979, your hosts spend time simply delving in at random and discussing the results! This makes for a wide-ranging conversation, enhanced further when Christian chats to Paul Scoones himself.

    Once again, you'll find a mysterious time-wimey "Previously on next week's podKast" sentence to look out for – let us know if you spotted it from last week’s closing segment. Confused? You should be...

    You can listen to our weekly podKast in one (or all, if you're a glutton for punishment) of three ways:

  • Use the player in the top right of each page on Kasterborous.
  • Listen with the "pop out" player above, which also allows you to download the podKast to your computer.
  • Third, you can take advantage of the RSS feed to subscribe to the podKast for your media player, and also find us on iTunes!
  • Head to www.telos.co.uk to find out more about The Comic Strip Companion 1964-1979. You can also purchase from Amazon for just PS13.09!



  • PodKast with a Reference Book (Featuring Paul Scoones)

    25 October 2012 (5:40pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 1 second

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    This week’s podKast (with a “K”) takes a slightly different flavour as Christian Cawley and James McLean discuss Doctor Who non-fiction, specifically reference books.

    The Comic Strip Companion: the Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to Doctor Who in Comics: 1964 - 1979

    Armed with a copy of Lance Parkin’s A History and Paul Scoones’ The Comic Strip Companion: 1964-1979, your hosts spend time simply delving in at random and discussing the results! This makes for a wide-ranging conversation, enhanced further when Christian chats to Paul Scoones himself.

    Once again, you'll find a mysterious time-wimey "Previously on next week's podKast" sentence to look out for – let us know if you spotted it from last week’s closing segment. Confused? You should be...

    You can listen to our weekly podKast in one (or all, if you're a glutton for punishment) of three ways:

  • Use the player in the top right of each page on Kasterborous.
  • Listen with the "pop out" player above, which also allows you to download the podKast to your computer.
  • Third, you can take advantage of the RSS feed to subscribe to the podKast for your media player, and also find us on iTunes!
  • Head to www.telos.co.uk to find out more about The Comic Strip Companion 1964-1979. You can also purchase from Amazon for just PS13.09!



  • The Tom Baker PodKast!

    18 October 2012 (11:04am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 54 minutes and 17 seconds

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    Angry Tom, Bonkers Tom, returning-for-the-fiftieth-anniversary-or-not Tom – it’s all here in the latest Kasterborous podKast (with a “K”) as we spend the best part of an hour mulling over the force of nature, the eighth wonder of the universe that is…

    Tom Baker!

    Christian Cawley, James McLean and Brian Terranova chew the scarf on the legendary Fourth Doctor, covering moments from Robot through to Logopolis, even going to the trouble of suggesting some undervalued episodes from Tom’s mammoth 1974-1981 tenure in the role.

    While Tom himself doesn’t actually appear on this podKast, you may nevertheless hear him say a few new things, exclusively for us (okay… they’re BT voicemail messages, recorded back in 2007, but damn it, they’re funny).

    Once again, you’ll find a mysterious time-wimey "Previously on next week's podKast" sentence to look out for, as reminded at the start of the show. Confused? You should be...

    You can listen to our weekly podKast in one (or all, if you’re a glutton for punishment) of three ways:

  • Use the player in the top right of each page on Kasterborous.
  • Listen with the "pop out" player above, which also allows you to download the podKast to your computer.
  • Third, you can take advantage of the RSS feed to subscribe to the podKast for your media player, and also find us on iTunes!
  • (Note that in future layouts of the website, these instructions might not apply…)

    Have fun, my dears!



  • The Tom Baker PodKast!

    18 October 2012 (11:04am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 54 minutes and 17 seconds

    Direct Podcast Download

    Angry Tom, Bonkers Tom, returning-for-the-fiftieth-anniversary-or-not Tom – it’s all here in the latest Kasterborous podKast (with a “K”) as we spend the best part of an hour mulling over the force of nature, the eighth wonder of the universe that is…

    Tom Baker!

    Christian Cawley, James McLean and Brian Terranova chew the scarf on the legendary Fourth Doctor, covering moments from Robot through to Logopolis, even going to the trouble of suggesting some undervalued episodes from Tom’s mammoth 1974-1981 tenure in the role.

    While Tom himself doesn’t actually appear on this podKast, you may nevertheless hear him say a few new things, exclusively for us (okay… they’re BT voicemail messages, recorded back in 2007, but damn it, they’re funny).

    Once again, you’ll find a mysterious time-wimey "Previously on next week's podKast" sentence to look out for, as reminded at the start of the show. Confused? You should be...

    You can listen to our weekly podKast in one (or all, if you’re a glutton for punishment) of three ways:

  • Use the player in the top right of each page on Kasterborous.
  • Listen with the "pop out" player above, which also allows you to download the podKast to your computer.
  • Third, you can take advantage of the RSS feed to subscribe to the podKast for your media player, and also find us on iTunes!
  • (Note that in future layouts of the website, these instructions might not apply…)

    Have fun, my dears!



  • The John Nathan-Turner PodKast

    12 October 2012 (1:00pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 57 minutes and 53 seconds

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    We’ve been talking about doing this podKast for literally months, but thanks to the end of Series 7 we’ve finally got around to dedicating a podKast to arguably Doctor Who‘s most divisive producer, John Nathan-Turner!

    Starting with his first series in charge and making reference to his success as a production unit manager, we look at how Doctor Who changed during his stewardship, how the BBC changed and we also consider whether the series had really “had its day” as the BBC regularly indicated in the 1990s.

    Don’t forget to look out for this week’s “Previously on next week’s podKast” sentence, in which a timey-wimey occurrence means that a stray phrase was captured and placed at the end of last week’s podKast. Confused? You will be…

    You can listen to our weekly podKast in three ways:

  • Use the player in the top right of each page on Kasterborous.
  • Listen with the "pop out" player above, which also allows you to download the podKast to your computer.
  • Third, you can take advantage of the RSS feed to subscribe to the podKast for your media player, and also find us on iTunes!
  • Have fun, dear listener, and enjoy!



  • The John Nathan-Turner PodKast

    12 October 2012 (1:00pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 57 minutes and 53 seconds

    Direct Podcast Download

    We’ve been talking about doing this podKast for literally months, but thanks to the end of Series 7 we’ve finally got around to dedicating a podKast to arguably Doctor Who‘s most divisive producer, John Nathan-Turner!

    Starting with his first series in charge and making reference to his success as a production unit manager, we look at how Doctor Who changed during his stewardship, how the BBC changed and we also consider whether the series had really “had its day” as the BBC regularly indicated in the 1990s.

    Don’t forget to look out for this week’s “Previously on next week’s podKast” sentence, in which a timey-wimey occurrence means that a stray phrase was captured and placed at the end of last week’s podKast. Confused? You will be…

    You can listen to our weekly podKast in three ways:

  • Use the player in the top right of each page on Kasterborous.
  • Listen with the "pop out" player above, which also allows you to download the podKast to your computer.
  • Third, you can take advantage of the RSS feed to subscribe to the podKast for your media player, and also find us on iTunes!
  • Have fun, dear listener, and enjoy!



  • The Statue of PodKast!

    3 October 2012 (3:30pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 47 minutes and 31 seconds

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    We laughed, we cried, we said goodbye… this week’s Kasterborous podKast (with a “K”) features Christian Cawley and James McLean discussing the merits (or otherwise) of the Doctor Who Series 7a conclusion, The Angels Take Manhattan.

    After a year and a half of questions and complaints about Amy Pond, will James finally be glad to see the back of her? Will the reappearance of River Song have left him chewing his fist in anger? And will Christian’s long-standing love of Steven Moffat see him declare Series 7a as the best ever?

    The answers might surprise you…

    Regular listeners of the podKast will know that it is available in three ways. First, you can use the player in the top right of each page on Kasterborous. Second, you can use the “pop out” player above, which also allows you to download the podKast to your computer.

    Third, you can take advantage of the RSS feed to subscribe to the podKast for your media player, and also find us on iTunes!



  • A Town Called the PodKast (with a "K")

    21 September 2012 (7:15pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 1 minute and 43 seconds

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    It’s podKast time, Kasterborites, and we have a great show (we’re a “show” now) in store for you this week!

    For the first half, Brian and James will chat about last week’s Doctor Who, A Town Called Mercy, and discuss the impact of the episode, plotting, characterization and all of the usual in-depth discussion and observations.

    We’ve also got an interview with Ryan Hendrick, whose Doctor Who fan film Besieged is set to be released at the end of September. Built up from a much shorter film released in 2010, the movie is a Doctor Who/Alien crossover. If the trailer is anything to go by, this will certainly be worth watching!

    Please don’t forget to vote for Kasterborous and the podKast in the Doctor Who Online Poll. (Voting requires you to join the Doctor Who Online Forum.) If you are able to spend five minutes doing this and spending your votes on the best podcast and best website categories to vote for Kasterborous, we would be immensely grateful!

    The following links will take you to the relevant categories:

    • Best Doctor Who Podcast of 2011
    • Best Doctor Who Website of 2011

    Remember, you can subscribe to our RSS feed to get the podKast downloaded to your computer and you'll even find us listed on iTunes!



  • Dinosaurs in a PodKast!

    12 September 2012 (10:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 35 minutes and 32 seconds

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    We take a look at Doctor Who’s latest episode Dinosaurs on a Spaceship this week as Brian Terranova, James McLean and Christian Cawley chew that fat.

    Good episode or bad? Fun or dull? Dynamic or mish-mash?

    With all of that out of the way, we also bring up the topic of Brian Terranova’s recent prize winning trip to the Baltimore Comic Con as well as yet another public appearance from the Tenth Doctor cosplaying fanatic.

    In the podKast we mention the Doctor Who Online Poll, in which Kasterborous and the podKast have been nominated. Voting in the poll requires you to join the Doctor Who Online Forum. If you are able to spend five minutes doing this and spending your votes on the best podcast and best website categories to vote for Kasterborous, we would be immensely grateful!

    The following links will take you to the relevant categories:

    • Best Doctor Who Podcast of 2011
    • Best Doctor Who Website of 2011

    Remember, you can subscribe to our RSS feed to get the podKast download to your computer and you'll even find us listed on iTunes!



  • Kasterborous Nominated For Doctor Who Online Awards!

    7 September 2012 (10:01pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

    Brian Terranova, James McLean and Christian Cawley of the Doctor Who PodKast (with a "K")

    Brian Terranova, James McLean and Christian Cawley host the Doctor Who PodKast (with a “K”)

    Well, this has been a pretty good day for Kasterborous. Turns out we’ve been nominated in not just one, but TWO categories in the Doctor Who Online Awards! Now the real battle begins, a vote-off…to the death! (Not really.)

    Even one would be great, two is an absolute joy. All on the Kasterborous team should feel very honoured to be nominated and Our Benevolent Overlord is over the moon about it!

    More importantly, the fact that we’re nominated at all is down to you, our esteemed readers who have shown immense taste and indeed sense in choosing Kasterborous as your daily Doctor Who news and reviews destination.

    We’ve been bringing news, reviews, interviews and opinions to Doctor Who fans since 2004, and running a podKast since 2006 (going weekly in early 2011) and it’s absolutely thrilling that we should get a nomination in one category, never mind two!

    Should you wish to demonstrate to the entire world just what great taste you have, you can click the links below to Kast your votes… (although note that registration at the DWO forum is required).

    • Vote Kasterborous podKast in the Best Doctor Who Podcast of 2011 in The DWO Awards
    • Vote for Kasterborous.com as the Best Doctor Who Website of 2011 in The DWO Awards

    Thanks!

     



  • PodKast with a Souffle!

    6 September 2012 (6:49pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 49 minutes and 55 seconds

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    The Doctor is in trouble in the Asylum of the Daleks!

    This is the podKast you don’t want to miss – Doctor Who is back and we’re raring to go with our fantastic discussion and review of Asylum of the Daleks!

    While our American team member Brian Terranova might have been gracious enough to hold back on spoilers and “ner ner ne-ner ner” taunting of having seen it first, he’s managed to retain his enthusiasm for the episode for an extra week. Not that it is needed as despite a few characterization issues and the seemingly-ongoing discussion about the use of classic Daleks (or otherwise) James McLean also bristles with pleasure over the episode.

    In fact it’s a full house – but don’t let that fool you as there is plenty more to chat about, from semantics about Skaro to whether Matt Smith is hanging up his dickie bow any time soon.

    So, how do you enjoy the podKast (with a “K”)? Well, you’ve probably spotted the player just above, not to mention the player in the top of the right sidebar.

    You can also subscribe to our RSS feed (a popular way of keeping track of and automatically downloading podcasts) and you’ll even find the podKast listed on iTunes!

    If you would have any thoughts or responses to this week's topic, or would like to contribute to future recordings with topic ideas or comments, you can do so by leaving your comments below or dropping us a line via the Contact Us page.



  • PodKast with an Asylum!

    29 August 2012 (1:12pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 44 minutes and 2 seconds

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    Brian Terranova gets close to Amy PondThis week in the Kasterborous podKast (with a “K”) we focus on Brian Terranova’s experiences at the Asylum of the Daleks preview in New York”.

    With stories and recollections from the event, Brian tells us everything we need to know about this potentially triumphant return for the Daleks, without giving anything away at all!

    In addition, we have a chat about Pond Life and also summarise Steven Moffat’s recent comments concerning Doctor Who scheduling and iPlayer.

    As always, along with the player above, you can subscribe to our RSS feed (a popular way of keeping track of and automatically downloading podcasts) and you will find the podKast listed on iTunes!

    You can also use the player in the top of the right sidebar.

    If you would have any thoughts or responses to this week's topic, or would like to contribute to future recordings with topic ideas or comments, you can do so by leaving your comments below or dropping us a line via the Contact Us page.



  • A PodKast with Speculation!

    16 August 2012 (9:25am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 31 minutes and 42 seconds

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    It’s podKast time again, and this week Brian Terranova, Christian Cawley and James McLean are taking a wider view of recent news and events, including some cosplay competition success for Brian, a recent viewing of The War Machines for Christian and thoughts on John Simm vs Derek Jacobi as the Master for James.

    You won’t be surprised to learn that there is some Series 7 speculation in there too, mainly concerning the broadcast date. At the time of recording we still didn’t know about the most likely (but yet to be confirmed) date, so forgive us for our calendar musings at the back end of the discussion.

    If you would like to contribute to future podKasts with topic ideas or comments, you can do so by leaving your comments below or dropping us a line via the Contact Us page.

    Don’t foegt that along with the player above, you can subscribe to our RSS feed (a popular way of keeping track of and automatically downloading podcasts) and you will find the podKast listed on iTunes!



  • PodKast with a N(in)th Doctor...

    8 August 2012 (12:14pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 38 minutes and 32 seconds

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    It’s podKast (with a “K”) time once again!

    This week Christian Cawley and James McLean discuss the new trailer, the casting of alternative Ninth Doctor Richard E. Grant in the Doctor Who Christmas special and chat about actual Ninth Doctor Christopher Eccleton’s recent comments about the series.

    Could Eccleston return for a 50th anniversary, and would he want to? See what we think via the player below (or at the top of the column to the right).

    Do let us know if you have anything to say about this week’s podKast by leaving your comments below or dropping us a line via the Contact Us page.

    You can subscribe to our RSS feed (a popular way of keeping track of and automatically downloading podcasts) and you will find this podKast listed on iTunes!



  • A Mary Tamm PodKast

    5 August 2012 (8:05pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 38 minutes and 20 seconds

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    Doctor Who fans were left aghast recently at the sad loss of the original Romana, Mary Tamm, who died aged just 62. A few days later, character actor and one-time guest on the show (Trial of a Time Lord conclusion The Ultimate Foe) Geoffrey Hughes, known to millions as Coronation Street‘s Eddie Yates and Keeping Up Appearances‘ Onslow, also died.

    As such, our latest podKast begins on a sad note, building up to an interesting chat about the Key to Time season, the way fandom reacts to the death of Doctor Who stars and we even give some thought as to how a Cyberman version of Asylum of the Daleks (basically every Cyberman ever in one episode) might work.

    This week it’s Christian Cawley and James McLean on podKast duty, so sit back, press play or hit the download button and enjoy!

    Hey, if you don’t have time right now for our free podKast download, youall also find the podKast on iTunes – use the search tool to find us.

     



  • Scantily Clad PodKast

    29 July 2012 (2:21pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 1 second

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    You may have seen in the press recently details of an online spat between one-time Doctor Who guest (and well-known geek) Simon Pegg and a cosplay lady who took exception to some of his borderline-sexist (there’s an ironic/post-modern argument in there if you want to look for it) comments concerning cosplayers dressed as Princess Leia in Return of the Jedi.

    As cosplay is something that has becoming a major element of Doctor Who fandom in recent years, and given that our very own Brian Terranova spends a lot of time dressed up as Leela dressed as the Tenth Doctor, we thought that a great topic for this latest podKast would be the very topic of sexism within fandom, particularly within cosplaying circles.

    This week’s podKast is brought to you by James McLean and Brian Terranova.

    You can listen to this weekas podKast via the player gadget above, where you will also find an option to download. You’ll also find the podKast at the top of the right column on every page here on Kasterbororous. If you prefer to collect your podcasts from iTunes, however, use the search tool to find us.



  • PodKast with an Elysium

    24 July 2012 (1:23pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 41 minutes and 15 seconds

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    A little later than intended, it’s time for the Kasterborous podKast (with a “K”), in which Christian Cawley, Brian Terranova and James McLean discuss a selection of Doctor Who-related subjects!

    Starting off with James’ review of The Crash of the Elysium, we also cover the recent San Diego Comic-Con appearances of the series’ key personnel as well as mulling over what sort of questions we would ask our favourite stars in such a situation. There is also plenty of time to discuss the new look for the Eighth Doctor which has made the transition from New Zealand convention photo to Big Finish cover image!

    You can listen to this weekas podKast via the player above, where you will also find an option to download. ITunes users can search the service to find the podKast and subscribe.



  • The Ninth PodKast

    11 July 2012 (7:52pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 1 second

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    It’s that time of week again, Kasterborites, where James McLean, Christian Cawley and Brian Terranova pluck one of the many subjects of Doctor Who and offer their thoughts about it.

    This time around, we’re dedicating an entire podKast (with a “K”) to the legendary, oft-overlooked yet hugely important Ninth Doctor, as played by the statuesque Christopher Eccleston. From “Run!” to “Before I go…” we discuss his appearance in books, continuity, his legacy and the reasons for his mysterious departure…

    You can listen to this week’s podKast via the player above, where you will also find an option to download. ITunes users can find the podKast listed there.

    Some audio issues are littered throughout the podKast this time – our apologies!



  • PodKast with Style

    23 June 2012 (5:06pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 49 minutes and 3 seconds

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    The Sixth Doctor Who, Colin Baker

    You too can dress like Jason Donovan!

    A little later than intended, this week’s Kasterborous podKast (with a “K”) turns its attention to the matter of the Doctor’s sartorial elegance (or in some cases, lack of…)

    There isn’t a single incarnation of the friendly Time Lord who hasn’t raised eyebrows with his choice of attire. While some choices have been great, others have been… less successful, shall we say. Christian Cawley, Brian Terranova and James McLean have a right old chat about the situation in the latest podKast, concluding with a declaration of their individual favourite looks across Doctor Who’s 49 years.

    Dear listener, did you know you can also listen to the podKast via iTunes?. If that’s not your thing, why not You can subscribe to our RSS feed – or you can simply press play in the box above!

    Oh yes you can!



  • PodKast with a Pint

    10 June 2012 (11:42am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 16 minutes and 9 seconds

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    Paul Darrow guests in Robots of Death: Live

    Running from July 1st at the Fab Cafe in Manchester is a stage adaptation of Robots of Death, the classic 1977 Doctor Who serial written by Chris Boucher. Behind the production is Gareth Kavanagh, and he makes a special appearance on this week’s podKast (with a K) to discuss that and other shows with a Doctor Who theme that are lined up for the summer.

    We’ll have full confirmed details later this week for Robots of Death, it’s stage-sequel Storm Mine and an appearance by Philip Martin (Vengeance on Varos) but in the meantime, click play to enjoy!

    During the podKast James refers to our review of The Keys of Marinus and the canon-busting work of Alasdair Shaw in An Infinite Number of Doctors....

    Do let us know if you have anything to say about this week’s podKast by leaving your comments below or dropping us a line via the Contact Us page.

    You can subscribe to our RSS feed (a popular way of keeping track of and automatically downloading podcasts) and you will find this podKast listed on iTunes!



  • PodKast with a Bafta!

    3 June 2012 (9:51am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 32 minutes and 36 seconds

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    Chewing the fat on what has been taking place in the Doctor Who world lately are Brian Terranova, James McLean and Christian Cawley, who despite their obvious, unrivalled professionalism on the podKast haven’t received a Bafta lately (or, indeed, at all).

    Fear not, however, at least one of them has been in the same room as two of the subjects of this week’s podKast with a K – Steven “The Grand Moff” Moffat (aka The Moffinator) and Matt Smith.

    This week we look at Steven Moffat’s much-deserved Bafta award and some of the odd reaction to this on Twitter, as well as chat about Matt Smith carrying the Olympic torch (and being slightly distracted by the issue of blanket coverage of the subject).

    Do you subscribe to our RSS feed? This is a popular way of keeping track of and automatically downloading podcasts and if you use a media player on your computer you should be able to do this to make things easier. Alternatively, you can find this podKast listed on iTunes!



  • Matt's Masterful Motion Capture

    22 May 2012 (12:17pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

    We’re often hearing about how dedicated Doctor Who star Matt Smith is – well if you didn’t believe it before, take a look at this video which includes footage of the actor in full motion capture suit get-up to create realistic cut-scenes for the forthcoming PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and Windows game, The Eternity Clock.

    Featuring the voice of Alex Kingston as River Song, the game puts the player in control of the time travellers as they unravel a centuries-wide mystery.

    Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock is released tomorrow (May 23rd) on the PlayStation Network and you can purchase the PlayStation 3 version in physical from all good retail shops from the 25th. The PS3 version is currently listed on Amazon. We’ll have details on the PC version as soon as they become available.



  • PodKast with a Schedule

    22 May 2012 (6:55am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 35 minutes and 53 seconds

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    We’re a little earlier with this week’s podKast – which is just as well as we’re talking about some pretty topical stuff, namely the questions over the scheduling of Doctor Who Series 7, the coming BAFTA special achievement award for Steven Moffat and Kasterborous’ own review marathon in which we cover every serial from An Unearthly Child/100,000 BC to Survival.

    We reckon the issue over scheduling needs to be taken more seriously with a lot more clarity from the BBC. Do you agree? Should there be some honesty rather than spin?

    We always love to hear from our listeners so if you have anything to say, leave your comments below and we’ll raise them in the next podKast. Alternatively, drop us a line via the Contact Us page.

    As ever, you can subscribe to our RSS feed (a popular way of keeping track of and automatically downloading podcasts) and you can find this podKast listed on iTunes!



  • Tom MacRae On Television Panel!

    13 May 2012 (6:54am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

    Regular listeners to the Kasterborous PodKast (with a “K” – the player is on the right) will know that Tom MacRae, writer of such Doctor Who classics as Rise of the Cybermen/The Age Of Steel and The Girl Who Waited, was interviewed by Our Benevolent Overlord on the most recent edition.

    On the off-chance that OBO’s extensive chat with him wasn’t enough for you, an opportunity has come up to see him and hear his wise words on the TV Panel of Kapow! Comic Con 2012, a convention in Merry Ol’ London!

    Held on 19th-20th May at the London Business Design Centre in Islington, the convention brings all manner of television, film and comic stars to the public (where autographs are free, which will be a relief to the poorer fans). However, the main focus of this article is on one of the panels that they’re hosting.

    The panel in question is on Sunday features Tom MacRae, Russell Tovey (Doctor Who, Being Human, Sherlock), Adam Garcia, Lucy Brown (Primeval) and Tom Allen. This team of interesting individuals has come together to answer the following question:

    How much is creating a joke like constructing a high concept narrative?

    The convention also features An Audience With Nick Frost, the team behind Batman: Arkham City and Jimmy Carr interviewing Frankie Boyle in what promises to be a controversial and anti-Royalty chat.

    If this sounds like it’s up your street (or, in the case of our Islington-dwelling readers, literally up your street), then hurry up and book tickets for the event from the website, as they only allow advance booking and won’t be selling tickets on the day! This sounds like a must for any fan of pop culture, barring the poorer ones such as myself.



  • PodKast with a Crash!

    11 May 2012 (7:06am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 26 minutes and 7 seconds

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    Have an immersive Doctor Who experience a The Crash of the ElysiumDoctor Who scriptwriter Tom MacRae joins us this week to talk about the Crash of the Elysium, the live action immersive experience that is transferring to Ipswich next month as part of the 2012 Olympic celebrations.

    In order to contextualize this, James McLean, Brian Terranova and Christian Cawley start off by discussing the various Doctor Who events and attractions since 2005 and how they have grown in scale and ambition. Christian also quizzes Tom on The Girl Who Waited and the future of the Cybermen…

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    And if you have anything to add, please leave your comments below and we’ll discuss them next time. You can also drop us a line via the Contact Us page.



  • A Fannish PodKast

    5 May 2012 (8:32am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 29 minutes and 53 seconds

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    Greetings, Kasterborites, and welcome to the new Kasterborous podKast (with a “K”). This time around we’re covering cosplay, apps, novelizations and a discussion of Terrance Dicks’ work as an author on the TARGET books and Virgin New Adventures.

    As ever, James McLean, Brian A Terranova and Christian Cawley are on hand to share their quite different thoughts and opinions on the topics, and listen out for Brian’s recollections of visiting New York dressed as the Tenth Doctor.

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  • PodKast with a Fan Production

    28 April 2012 (4:35pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 50 minutes and 40 seconds

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    Paul Darrow guests in Robots of Death: Live

    With a plethora of Doctor Who fan productions making the news over the past few weeks, we decided to bring them all together in one big podKast (with a “K”) discussion!
    From Gareth Kavanagh’s production of The Robots of Death (the first night of which will star Blake’s 7′s Paul Darrow) to the new interpretation of The Power of the Daleks written by, directed and starring Nick Scovell by way of Dennis Spielman’s Who-inspired Time Traveling Troupe improv web series, we cover a wide range of opinions and thoughts. Featuring an interview with Spielman and a discussion about the pitfalls of planning and producing a fan film.

    Regular listeners may have noticed that we had some iTunes issues recently – these are now resolved, so you can find us listed on iTunes once again, you can subscribe to our RSS feed or you can simply use the player buttons above or in the top-right corner of the website!

    References for this week’s podKast:

    • The Ultimate Fan Film?
    • Robots of Death: LIVE!
    • Time Traveling Troupe


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