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Frazer Hines Interviewed by Talking Who

Talking Who’s latest “vidcast” is available for you to enjoy, in which two rather funny and rather well spoken Doctor Who fans discuss their thoughts on the newest series of Doctor Who and its ups and downs, the release of Colony in Space on DVD, The Sarah Jane Adventures Series 5 and a whole host of other Doctor Who topics that have caught their interest.

Where some pod/video ‘casts can tend to be a bit on the dull side and tend not to capture interest too much, this is spot on and engaging!

Interesting discussion points include the length that an actor should stay in the role of the Doctor and who the eleventh Doctor’s next companion should be.

But show hosts Sean and Elisar don’t stop their offerings there, to provide the biggest bang for their proverbial buck the two show a fantastic interview with Frazer Hines (the Second Doctor’s companion Jamie) being as engaging and charismatic as ever.

But the real reason that you want to watch this is for the brilliant theme music that starts the show off. It’s a little retro and a little bit “early 1990’s” but it’s a glorious piece of work that has to be listened to!


What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

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