The Death of Kasterborous? Plus Gareth Kavanagh Teases Vworp Vworp 3!

March 2, 2016

Have too many adverts crippled our erstwhile home, With the news that the once “Mighty K” is losing another pair of editors – and perhaps the entire writing team – Christian Cawley and James McLean mull over the recent events, complete with a Star Trek-style analogy. Thanks, Jim…

PLUS! Gareth Kavanagh teases the third issue of seminal Doctor Who fanzine Vworp Vworp!, which is extremely likely to be completed and released during 2016!


Shownotes Series 6 Episode 2

  • Ripper Street Series 4
  • Michael Palin: Halfway to Hollywood
  • Monty Python Complete Series
  • Doctor Who on Audible
  • The Doctor Who Companion
  • Last week’s podKast
  • Room 5064
    • Adrian Rigelsford/The Dark Dimension
  • Making a Murderer, Better Call Saul, The Wire, Jessica Jones, Daredevil, The X-Files
  • Midsomer Murders: Death in Chorus with Peter Capaldi (John Shrapnel the murderer – on reflection, not sure about The Meaning of Life)

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