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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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:...

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The Doctor Who Christmas special is coming, so this week’s podKast largely… um, ignores it, really, in favour of discussing general series news. So, tune in for Steven Moffat’s thoughts about Brexit voters, what John...

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Paul McGann’s interested in a Doctor Who return. So are Matt Smith and David Tennant. In this video, Christian Cawley looks at some new quotes from the Eighth Doctor himself, Paul McGann, stating he’d happily…

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 Doctor Who Series 9 rumours to odd casting and ask questions...

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Doctor Who script editor and novelisation legend Terrance Dicks features in a special Q&A on this week’s podKast, recorded at the Fab Cafe in Manchester on April 19th 2015. Aside from that, the usual team...

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Following last week’s fascinating but silly shenanigans with John Guilor, the PodKast with a “K” gets down to business with James McLean and Brian A Terranova discussing some recent news without the formatted interjections of…

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...

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Wow, so much to get through in this week’s podKast, from Peter Capaldi’s first Doctor Who photoshoot to missing episodes – stopping off at the fascinating topic of “was John Hurt cast to replace Christopher...

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