In a break from the usual Doctor Who programming, this week’s podKast takes a break from time travel (well, mostly – listen out for TV Movie references, as well as Christopher Eccleston’s in-character message to a sick boy) and lands in the world of Mulder and Scully. The X-Files returns in January 2016, and Brian A Terranova and James McLean are keen to convince Christian Cawley that he should be tuning in.
Shownotes Series 5 Episode 44
- The X-Files Season 10 on Channel 5 in the UK
- Similarities between Doctor Who and The X-Files
- TV Movie shot in Vancouver
- The Stranger
- Heroes Reborn
- Jessica Jones
- Ripper Street Series 4
- The Man in the High Castle
- Audience Appreciation Index: are older fans abandoning Doctor Who?
The theme tune is by Russell Hugo.
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