Christian Cawley and James McLean talk Doctor Who storyboards from The Day of the Doctor, speculate on the 13th Doctor’s identity, mull over the similarities between Capaldi and Colin Baker’s Doctors, and tantilise you with…

Doctor Who voice artist and actor John Guilor (The Day of the Doctor, Planet of Giants) joins the podKast team this week to discuss Into the Dalek, the second episode of Series 8 starring Peter…

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…

This week’s podKast features Christian Cawley and James McLean discussing Doctor Who plot holes and missing episodes, specifically how their value has changed from being worth less than video tape in the 1960s to making…

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 Eccleston or not?” on the way.

The podKast team of Christian Cawley, Brian Terranova and James McLean have an interesting hour of discussion for you, and just because we love you, dear listener, we’ve left in a segment in which Christian and James BOTH dry up, with hilarious consequences!

We also have a nice collection of recommendations for you, from Wiffle Lever to Full by Bob Fischer to The Beginning from Big Finish.

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This week’s theme tune is “Docteur Qui”, a Bill Bailey-inspired arrangement by Dalekium, found at whomix.dalekbubbles.net.

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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…

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 potentially the greatest moment of Doctor Who since 2005.

You can find out what we thought in this ad hoc, guerilla ReaKtionKast, fresh out of the podKasting machine!

Finally, head to our Facebook Page where you can find a gallery of accompanying images, thanks to the BBC!

This week’s Kasterborous podKast (with a “K”) covers a lot of ground, so gird your loins dear listener and prepare yourself for a journey through time, space and vague grasps of copyright law! We kick…

In our continuing but loosely-defined run up to the Doctor Who 50th anniversary, we cast our minds back 10 years in this week’s podKast to the 40th anniversary. Yes, there was a 40th anniversary of…