This week, the Doctor Who podKast (with a “K”) discusses the build up to the 2014 Christmas special, Last Christmas. Before that, however, James McLean and Brian A Terranova discuss the rather interesting clip from 1985’s BBC Children in Need, featuring virtually all surviving Doctor Who stars and their companions… with one very notable exception!
The show ends with sage advice concerning your expectations for Last Christmas. Until next week, Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.
Kasterborous PodKast Series 4 Episode 46 Shownotes
- 1985 Children in Need appearance by Doctor Who stars
- Doctor Who: Last Christmas trailers
- Is Clara leaving the TARDIS?
- Voyage of the Damned
- The Christmas Invasion
PodKast introduction by John Guilor; theme by Russell Hugo.
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