James McLean and Brian A Terranova steer the podKast with a K back in time this week, as the adventure continues for the TARDIS travellers, fresh from the loss of Adric, as they arrive at Heathrow and find themselves tracking a lost Concorde…

Shownotes Series 6 Episode 23

Cool new theme tune by Russell Hugo!

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We have a mammoth podKast for you this week as Christian Cawley, James McLean and Brian Terranova provide you with a minute-by-minute commentary of 1989 classic The Curse of Fenric, starring Sylvester McCoy and Sophie Aldred.

But we’re not watching the standard four-part edit; rather, we’re “going to the movies” and instead enjoying the special edition, which was included on the 2003 DVD release of the story. Want to join in? Get your DVD loaded up (it’s on Disc 2), and get ready to hit play when we do…

Shownotes Series 6 Episode 18

Theme tune by Russell Hugo.

We’ve got a new Doctor Who commentary for you in this week’s show, as Brian Terranova and James McLean bring you their scene-by-scene thoughts of the 1965 classic, The Space Museum.

Whether you’ve got your DVD ready to watch alongside us, or you’re listening in the car, enjoy their discussion, which even takes in ways in which Doctor Who might be rebooted or retooled…

Shownotes Series 6 Episode 16

  • The Space Museum

Theme tune by Russell Hugo. Thanks, Russell! Music bed is the property of the BBC, no infringement intended.

Yes, it’s the one you’ve been waiting for – part 2 of our hugely popular first kommentary podKast, focusing on the 1979 Doctor Who classic The Horns of Nimon! James McLean, Brian Terranova and Gareth Kavanagh await your company, so cue your DVD, and hit play…

Missed part 1? Catch up now!

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Shownotes Series 5 Episode 52

Thanks to Russell Hugo for the podKast theme tune.

Yes, dear listener, we finally did it. After literally months of planning and promises, as well as a few hints, we’ve produced a kommentary (with a k) for the Graham Williams-era classic/rightly maligned nonsense The Horns of Nimon, starring Tom Baker and Lalla Ward as the Doctor and Romana, with Graham Crowden as Soldeed.

James McLean, Brian A Terranova and guest podKaster Gareth Kavanagh gathered on Sunday to produce a fan commentary for the first two parts of the serial (well, all of it, but Audioboom upload restrictions mean we divide the kommentary into two parts) and it really does turn out to be a fascinating discussion.

And although he couldn’t make the recording, Christian Cawley is nevertheless present, introducing proceedings…

Shownotes Series 5 Episode 50

Thanks to Russell Hugo for the podKast theme tune.