Who am I? The alien wanderer… the clown with a ruthless streak… the melancholy Time Lord trying to avoid returning home? Throw in a bag of jelly babies, a robot dog, some very attractive companions…

To celebrate the release of the famous “incomplete” #DoctorWho classic Shada, Christian Cawley, James Baldock and Simon Danes take a look at the new version, and compare it with its predecessors…

…and ask the question: is Shada actually any good? And was Douglas Adams really “all that”? We also touch upon the 1992 version, the 2003 version from Big Finish and BBCi, as well as the Gareth Roberts novelization.

Oh, and look out for the story of a young Simon Danes writing to Christopher “Skagra” Neame…

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On this week’s podKast, Christian Cawley and James McLean discuss 10 reasons why new Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi is going to be awesome.

The podKast team really think it’s time to share the love for a man who is possibly one of the most accomplished performers to take the role (he’s got an Oscar, you know!) and in light of the noisy naysayers with their shallow ageist attitude, the fightback starts right here.

We also spend a few moments discussing the Fourth Doctor, with news that both Matthew Waterhouse and Tom Baker are interested in reuniting in a Big Finish drama, and that Tom’s Doctor tops the eBay Doctor Who merchandise sales chart.

Along with our recommendations, we’ve also got an impassioned plea from Christian who is exasperated by the actions of certain fans looking for nude photos of Jenna Coleman and Karen Gillan…

As for Brian Terranova – well, who knows where he got to…

Kasterborous PodKast Series 4 Episode 26 Shownotes

The Kasterborous PodKast theme tune is arranged by Russell Hugo. Slowly…

Parental advisory: this podKast features some adult language. There is also discussion of potential spoilers, so please, don’t listen if you’re easily offended by either. He voiced the First Doctor in The Day of the…

A little later than intended, this week’s Kasterborous podKast (with a “K”) turns its attention to the matter of the Doctor’s sartorial elegance (or in some cases, lack of…) There isn’t a single incarnation of…