Podkast Talks Lego Doctor Who, Clara Leaving/Not Leaving [UPDATED]

November 24, 2014

It’s podKast time! This week we again relied on Google Hangouts for our weekly discussion of all things Doctor Who, and while without James McLean we were nevertheless able to invite Gareth Kavanagh, editor of the Vworp Vworp! fanzine and producer of various Doctor Who flavoured productions in Manchester.

Gareth joins usual hosts Christian Cawley and Brian A Terranova to talk Lego Doctor Who, whether Jenna Coleman is staying or going, and offer some very interesting recommendations.


Kasterborous PodKast Series 4 Episode 42 Shownotes

Intro by John Guilor; podKast theme by Russell Hugo.

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12 comments on “Podkast Talks Lego Doctor Who, Clara Leaving/Not Leaving [UPDATED]

  1. Avatar Nick Caulfield Nov 25, 2014

    iTunes tells me there’s a permissions issue stopping me from downloading it

    • Avatar K Doctor Who News Nov 26, 2014

      Hi Nick, that should be fixed now.

      • Avatar Nick Caulfield Nov 26, 2014

        Thanks, I downloaded it now. I like to have it on my iPod because I listen in the car where I have no streaming data.

        • Avatar K Doctor Who News Nov 26, 2014

          It’s not a problem: I have to remember to set the permissions for each upload to the K server, which is where iTunes and Stitcher get their feeds from.

          Totally my fault 🙂

  2. Avatar Mappy Nov 26, 2014

    Download link is dead.

    • Avatar K Doctor Who News Nov 26, 2014

      Problems with the download have been resolved.

      • Avatar Mappy Nov 26, 2014

        Yes, well, now it cuts off at 24m52s. Not sure if this problem is at my end, but thought you ought to know.

        • Avatar K Doctor Who News Nov 26, 2014

          i can’t check that at the moment, but there’s no reason why that should happen. Is this the download you’re talking about? Does it simply stop?

          • Avatar Mappy Nov 26, 2014

            That’s the point where the download stops (download file is 22.8MB). Clicking on the download link takes me to the player that also stops at 24m52s.

          • Avatar K Doctor Who News Nov 26, 2014

            Seems to have been a problem with the upload. The Kasterborous player shows 1.03 which is the length of the PK, and I didn’t have any reason to suppose this wasn’t the case.

            However it seems that the uplaod failed in some way, as it shold be 59MB. Just re-upping now, so should be fixed in 20 minutes or so.

            Thanks for letting me know!

  3. Avatar Gareth Lloyd Nov 26, 2014

    How could you forget Catherine Tate in Big Train ?

    • Avatar K Doctor Who News Nov 26, 2014

      You see what the problem is here – Big Train needs repeating ::)

      Good call, Gareth!