Christian Cawley and Brian A. Terranova are James-less this week as they chew the eye snot over Sleep No More, Doctor Who Series 9’s ninth episode (already?! Yes). Surely, with the vast collection of derogatory…

Our reviews of Doctor Who Series 9 continue with this latest podKast, recorded live on Google Hangouts on Sunday. The Zygon Invasion – hit or miss? Christian Cawley, James McLean and Brian A. Terranova look at…

We’re back with a live Doctor Who Series 9 podKast on Google Hangouts! This time, Christian Cawley, Brian A Terranova and James McLean discussed The Girl Who Died on Sunday afternoon, with the help of various…

Doctor Who Series 9 is almost upon us, which gives Christian Cawley and James McLean the chance to mull over the recent prologue and look forward to the forthcoming run… Plus we’ve got recommendations and some interesting news about the immediate future of the podKast.

Series 5 Episode 31 Shownotes

  • Doctor Who Series 9 Prologue
  • Kasterborous Doctor Who Series 9 Preview Page
  • Recommendations: Death in Paradise Series 2, Mutant 59: The Plastic Eater by Kit Pedler & Gerry Davis, Doctor Who: Impossible Worlds, Community, Philip Hinchcliffe,

The podKast theme tune is by Russell Hugo. He’s excelled himself this time, hasn’t he?

Christian Cawley, James McLean and Brian A Terranova head to the news well for this week’s podKast, in which they cover everything from crazy rumours to odd casting and ask questions of Big Finish’s classic/nuWho…

In a diverse collection of discussions, this week’s podKast swings from Ripper Street series 3 to Colin Baker’s apparent fall out with Doctor Who Magazine, and largely concludes – thanks to recent comments by Sylvester McCoy – with some in-depth thoughts about what introducing a female Doctor Who would mean to the show and what it might reflect in society.

No, really.

Christian Cawley and Brian A Terranova are your hosts, with tardy boy McLean rolling in late. Students, eh?

Kasterborous PodKast Series 5 Episode 25 Shownotes

The podKast theme tune is by Russell Hugo. It’s good, isn’t it?