It’s that time of week again where we recall the past seven days, look to the future with some Kasterborous-related news and cast our minds back to the dim and distant past!
As ever there is a lot to get through, but once again I would like to draw attention to Time Leech, which now has just a handful of physical copies remaining (although, of course, the digital supply remains full until late November when it will be pulled permanently). Of those that are left, I’ll be selling in person at an upcoming Doctor Who event, Dalekmania 2, full details for which you can read below.
But more importantly, watch out for news on Kasterborous of two very special Time Leech eBay auctions…
One other thing – please don’t forget to vote for Kasterborous in the Doctor Who Online Poll.
- Top news stories
- Dalekmania 2!
- From the Vortex: Military Intelligence
- This Week’s PodKast
- Interview Exclusive: David Tennant
On Saturday September 22nd at Stockton Library, the Who-ray! store will be hosting its second Dalek extravaganza! Dalekmania 2 kicks off at 10 am, running until 4 pm, and features a wealth of Daleks, a new fan film dedicated to the monsters and best of all – free entrance.
Dalekmania 2 will also be the only opportunity that you will have to purchase copies of Time Leech signed by writer Christian Cawley, who will be in attendance. He’ll also be selling copies of Ultimate Regeneration, and all proceeds from both titles told on the day will be split between AICR and Children in Need!
Find out more at who-ray.co.uk.
Back in 2006 we featured a series of articles on the wonderful 1970 serial Inferno. One of these paid homage to one of Doctor Who’s most enduring companions ever, Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart. Christian Cawley’s thoughts on the Brig can be read in Military Intelligence.
There’s no Christian for this week’ podKast (with a “K”) but don’t worry as Brian Terranova and James McLean can more than make up for him with their combined wit and, um, wit. Is there any charm in there as well? Tune in to find out!
Appearing at the Lords of Time event recently, David Tennant was in the vicinity of a copy of Time Leech. Indeed, it was a gift from Kasterborous. And he squealed.
“I was really hoping you would say that but I didn’t want to ask!”
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls – David Tennant read the Time Leech!
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