The second Kasterborous podKast (with a “K”) features an exclusive interview with “Mr Norman”, some comment and opinion on Smith and Jones and The Shakespeare Code and is hosted by Christian Cawley and Brian Terranova, with occasional input from Anthony Dry.

Oh and don’t forget Gerald, our Slitheen butler (you know, someone has to give those guys a job now).

In this week’s podKast with a K, Brian Terranova returns to the show to discuss what he’s been up to since taking a break. Naturally, there’s a lot of talk about the RTD era sonic screwdriver, too, following publication of Brian’s 30 page PDF history of the prop.

Unaware of the book? Don’t worry, it’s free to download via the link above. In this podcast, you’ll learn why Brian started compiling the history of the prop, and get an idea of the type of material he’s analyzed.

You’ll also find out “why now?” – why did Brian release this prop history eBook now, rather than last month or even next?

The Melkur has arrived, and Christian Cawley and James McLean are literally caught by the honey on display in The Keeper of Traken.

There’s the cast, the set, the costumes, the return of the Master, the Shakespearean undercurrent.

It’s lovely, isn’t it?

This week’s podKast with a K is a commentary of The Keeper of Traken. We’d like you to join in, watching along with us. Get your DVDs/streaming account at the ready and hit play!

Welcome to the first of our new monthly podcast schedule, in which we look at Doctor Who Series 11 in depth. 

Did it work? Was it great? Did Jodie deliver the goods, and did Resolution feel a bit pointless (if enjoyable)?

There’s a lot to talk about: click play to hear Christian Cawley, James Baldock, and Simon Danes try to come to some sort of concensus

Happy New Year, Kasterborites! It’s time to take apart Resolution, the latest episode of Doctor Who and probably it’s only showing in 2019.

Join Christian Cawley, Gareth Kavanagh and James McLean as they mull over the episode, highlight their highs and lows, and ask: was Resolution an unwelcome crown to a series that had already ended strongly…?

Christian Cawley, James McLean, and Gareth Kavanagh are back again with another Doctor Who podKast with a K.

This week, we address the news from the BBC that Doctor Who Series 12 will not air until 2020. There’s also some chat about how the 2005 series was almost a 6 parter, and a review of the Series 11 finale, The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos.


Doctor Who Series 12 airs in 2020