Thursday, 12 December 2013

Doctor Who writer interviews on Resonance FM

This is Alex Fitch.
At 8pm on Resonance 104.4 FM, "In an hour long show looking at the long tradition of Doctor Who novelizations and original novels, Alex Fitch talks to five novelists who have written books and monologues based on all eras of the show: Jenny Colgan, Paul Cornell, Tommy Donbavand, Marc Platt, and script editor (1970-1974) Terrance Dicks. Also, critic Andrew Hickey talks to writer Lawrence Miles about his Who novels from the late 90s and early 2000s and his spin off series Faction Paradox." Anyone who's not able to listen to it on radio can enjoy the website stream, catch the repeat tomorrow at 9am or failing that there's always the podcast version.

(There is also going to be, apparently, a longer
version of the Lawrence Miles interview; that should be along as a podcast next week. Andrew Hickey is rather apologetic about his interview style in his blog post on the topic. No word on whether we'll be hearing more from any of the other writers.)

Here's Alex Fitch's summary on his website. And Fitch's own Twitter is here.

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