Doctor Who voice artist and actor John Guilor (The Day of the Doctor, Planet of Giants) joins the podKast team this week to discuss Into the Dalek, the second episode of Series 8 starring Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth Doctor.
What did we think of it? What did John think? And just what is Doctor Omega?
You’ll have to click play to find out, but let me warn you first – there’s a pleasing surprise that will make you feel warm and giddy and want to tell the world when you press that button.
No, don’t rush Into the Dalek, not yet. Take a Deep Breath, and then LISTEN!
Kasterborous PodKast Series 4 Episode 30 Shownotes
- Porn Doctor Who
- Joe 90
- Doctor Omega And The Fantastic Adventure To Mars
- Brian A. Terranova Cosplay appearances: J1 Con, RetroCon
- Recommendations: Return of the Saint, The Invasion, Children of the Revolution, Gangsters
The Kasterborous PodKast theme tune is arranged by Russell Hugo. Introduction by John Guilor.
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