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Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Five New Whoniverse Podcasts Today Doctor Who


5 today;


Radio Free Skaro #298 - Knights of Jaffa
Our Gallifrey One coverage concludes for another year as we chat with some gentlemen who played integral roles in launching Doctor Who in the 1960s and 1990s. First up, Ian Chesterton, Sir Ian, Knight of Jaffa himself, the amazing William Russell joins Steven and Ken Deep in reminiscing about what Doctor Who and TV production in general was like in the early days of the programme.
Play it here.

The 20mb Doctor Who Podcast #100
OUR BIG 100th EPISODE CELEBRATION WITH SPECIAL GUEST FRAZER HINES. I make no apologies for the episode being 2 hours and 40 minutes long as it is our 10oth episode and we are going to party!
Play it here.

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 266
Doctor Who crossing over to Star Trek, convention updates, news, feedback, and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani, and Dave Cooper.
Play it here.

Doctor Who's Dorium (Simon Fisher-Becker) exclusive interview for Talking Who
Highlight's from Talking Who Episode 10 in which we interviewed Simon Fisher-Becker who played Dorium Maldovar in Series 5 and Series 6 of Doctor Who. How was he cast as the blue man? Which famous film character was his inspiration and who is his favourite Doctor Who?
Play it here.

Bigger on the Inside - Episode 83
In "Time and The Rani," Sylvester McCoy, the final classic-era Doctor, makes his not-so-grand debut by wearing a Colin Baker wig, pratfalling, playing the spoons, screwing up common phrases, and stopping The Rani by letting her escape. Also, Dan has feelings about the opening credits (and they're not warm or fuzzy), and an old friend returns to the show.
Play it here.

As always, thanx to the Doctor Who Podcast Alliance.

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