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Tom Baker as the Doctor in Shada

A PodKast in the Shada

One of the key elements of our Shada month here at Kasterborous is the podKast (with a “K”) in which we discuss the release of the new adaptation by Gareth Roberts, the original abandoned production, the attempts to remount with other Doctors, John Nathan-Turner’s clever use of Tom Baker to narrate it in the mid 1990s and ultimate the audio version from 2003.

We also try to get to the bottom of this fascinating question: if Shada had been completed, would we be thrilled by it as a classic?

Frankly, for a TV serial that was never completed there is an awful lot to talk about!

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