Anthony Coburn Also Invented The PodKast

November 12, 2013

Kasterborous Doctor Who podKast

This week’s Kasterborous podKast (with a “K”) covers a lot of ground, so gird your loins dear listener and prepare yourself for a journey through time, space and vague grasps of copyright law!

We kick off this week’s show with a chat about the wonderful new trailers for The Day of the Doctor before focusing our sharp legal brains at Stef Coburn’s claim that his father invented the TARDIS and could the BBC kindly pay up.

As unlikely as that might sound, we urge you not to get too upset about his attitude – after all, Brian Terranova will be regaling you with tales of chats with Simon Fisher-Becker, Ian McNeice and Sylvester McCoy at last week’s L.I.Who event!

While the interviews themselves require a little tidying up before we can present them to you, fear not – we have an interview this week with Manchester impresario Gareth Kavanagh in which he gives us a summary of the coming events in the Who at Fifty festival over the next couple of weeks.

Frankly, dear listener, there is a lot to get through, so let’s get started!


Kasterborous PodKast Series 3 Episode 41 Shownotes

Listen to the PodKast

There are several ways to listen. In addition to the usual player above, we’re pleased to announce that you can also stream the podKast using Stitcher, an award-winning, free mobile app available for Android and iPhone/iPad. This pretty much means that you can listen to us anywhere without downloading – pretty neat, we think you’ll agree! (Note that it can take a few hours after a new podKast is published to “catch up”.)

What’s more, you can now listen and subscribe to the podKast via our Audioboo channel! Head to and click play to start listening. You can also comment and record your own boos in response to our discussions!

Meanwhile you can use the player below to listen through Audioboo:

You haven’t clicked play yet?! What are you waiting for? As well as our new Stitcher and Audioboo presence you can also use one of these amazingly convenient ways to download and enjoy this week’s podKast.

  1. Use the player in the top right of the Kasterborous home page, or visit the podKast menu link.
  2. Listen with the “pop out” player above, which also allows you to download the podKast to your computer.
  3. You can also take advantage of the RSS feed to subscribe to the podKast for your media player, and even find us on iTunes!

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