Well, dear listener, it’s been a tough week. Basically, we lost our Doctor Who Death in Heaven podKast recording on Monday, thanks to the software we usually rely on to record our Skype call crashing without warning or notice.

The result is a podKast that didn’t happen. But did.

So, James McLean and Christian Cawley have this evening put some time aside to record a new, shorter podKast. We can’t recapture the magic of Monday’s disaster, but we can take a look at a new topic for the evening: Doctor Who missing episodes…

Kasterborous PodKast Series 4 Episode 40 Shownotes

Intro on the audio version by John Guilor; podKast theme by Russell Hugo.

We came, we saw, we were slightly befuddled. Doctor Who Series 8 episode In The Forest Of The Night has left fans a little perplexed (although it has plenty of strong aspects to it) and…

Is Flatline the new Blink? Was the podKast team wowed, or did bad CGI take them out of the moment? Join Christian Cawley, James McLean and Brian Terranova for a new podKast in which they…

It’s time to set it straight: was Mummy on the Orient Express the best episode of Doctor Who Series 8, or has everyone just gone mad, seeing things that aren’t there and only living for another 66 seconds?

Christian Cawley, Brian Terranova and James McLean find out…

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Kasterborous PodKast Series 4 Episode 36 Shownotes

Introduction by John Guilor; this week’s podKast theme is Jim Parker’s theme tune to Midsomer Murders.  Russell Hugo’s podKast theme will return next week.

What did you think of this week’s Doctor Who, The Caretaker, by Gareth Roberts? We liked it, and you can find out just how much the podKast team enjoyed it by clicking play on our…

Although not guilty of anything, the Kasterborous podKast team (with a K) were forced back together by The Teller to review Time Heist this week. Did they enjoy it? Or was it a poorly cobbled-together…