This week’s show is largely a chat about the comparative lack of necessity for the Star Wars “Origins” movies, Rogue One and Solo.

Meanwhile, coming soon on BBC 1 is a new adaptation of H.G. Wells’ War of the Worlds. But of more immediate interest is whether Brian Terranova has experienced Jeff Wayne’s seminal concept album…


Comic cons, book launches, interviews in Radio Times – former Doctor Who Christopher Eccleston is everywhere right now, opening up and talking honestly for the first time ever. So it should come as no surprise that this brand new Kasterborous PodKast is almost entirely about him.

Oh, and Brian A. Terranova – he’s back as well. So scratch that tribute episode, yeah?

In the coming weeks we have a load of new podcasts and other content set to come your way. There’s a brief allusion to this in the show, but speaking generally, Brian and Christian have recorded a bunch of new shows, and new blog content is set to come along soon too. Among the things you can look forward to are a new BeyondKasterborous, a PropKast, and a short discussion about the new site.


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Remember The Iron Legion? Or are your early memories of Doctor Who somewhat different?

In this week’s Kasterborous Doctor Who podcast, Christian Cawley and Gareth Kavanagh look back through the space-time visualizer at their earliest memories of classic Doctor Who.

The summer is over and we’re back! Gareth Kavanagh and Christian Cawley recall the great Terrance Dicks who sadly died on August 29th, 2019, aged 84. Considering his various Doctor Who highs and lows, we also recall our own encounters with the Great Oak of Doctor Who.