As you might have read, Doctor Who chief Steven Moffat thinks Twitter is useless for gauging true audience reaction. Well, of course it is! Christian Cawley, James McLean and Brian Terranova discuss the insanity of this comment, plus, the latest Doctor Who and wider news from the San Diego Comic-Con and our weekly recommendations.
Kasterborous PodKast Series 5 Episode 23 Shownotes
- New Doctor Who Series 9 trailer
- Sherlock Christmas special trailer
- Are You Being Subjugated?
- LEGO Dimensions Doctor Who trailer
- Steven Moffat: Twitter is bad for audience research (no, really?!)
- BBC Licence fee threat
- Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer
- Recommendations: Terminator Genisys, Comic Misconceptions, Dial-a-Song from They Might Be Giants, Terror In Resonance, The Dalek that Time Forgot on YouTube
The rather wonderful podKast theme tune is by Russell Hugo.
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