The PodKast Discusses The Zygon Inversion

November 8, 2015

The team are back to talk about the latest Doctor Who – The Zygon Inversion!

This week’s show – with Christian Cawley, James McLean and Brian A Terranova – was live on Google Hangouts, and features some in-depth discussion over the latest episode from Doctor Who Series 9.

Later in the show, the chaps move onto discussing some recent news, and discuss guests at the forthcoming LI Who convention (Nov 13th-15th), as well as An Audience with Christopher Benjamin (Nov 29th, Fab Cafe, Manchester).


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