1996. The resurrection of a television legend at this stage required foreign money. Under the guiding wing of Philip Segal, Universal and Fox invested in a project to redevelop and reboot Doctor Who. For the...

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Christian Cawley and James McLean bring you a collection of news and link-inspired chats in this week’s podKast, which focuses on Christian’s frustration with the number of in-jokes in Titan Comics’ Doctor Who: The Fourth...

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This week’s podKast takes the slow road; without Christian Cawley (no voice), James McLean and Brian A. Terranova choose to talk about props, specifically the sonic screwdriver and police boxes, as well as suggesting some…

What else could we discuss this week other than The Day of the Doctor, An Adventure in Space and Time and some of the other BBC TV and radio programming celebrating 50 years of Doctor...

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Here it is, Kasterborites, The Night of the Doctor – Doctor Who‘s 50th anniversary special prologue, starring… we’re not telling. Click play, enjoy, admire, be thankful to those involved for keeping the secret. Seriously. This is...

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Three weeks after his casting, all the talk in fan circles about new Doctor Who Peter Capaldi is this: is he too old? This week, the podKast went live on Google Hangouts for a second...

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A little later than planned, it’s the latest Kasterborous podKast (with a “K”) in which we discuss the Eighth Doctor’s post-TV Movie life on audio, in books and in the Doctor Who Magazine comic strip...

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It’s time for the Kasterborous podKast (with a “K”) to turn its attention to Doctor Who‘s triumphant return of the Ice Warriors in our Cold War review. Once again without Brian Terranova, this is another...

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What happens when to all intents and purposes, it seems that a Doctor Who costume is just wrong? This week’s Kasterborous podKast (with a “K”) turns its attention to the matter of the Doctor’s sartorial...

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