Published on October 12th, 2012 | by Christian Cawley
The John Nathan-Turner PodKast
We’ve been talking about doing this podKast for literally months, but thanks to the end of Series 7 we’ve finally got around to dedicating a podKast to arguably Doctor Who‘s most divisive producer, John Nathan-Turner!
Starting with his first series in charge and making reference to his success as a production unit manager, we look at how Doctor Who changed during his stewardship, how the BBC changed and we also consider whether the series had really “had its day” as the BBC regularly indicated in the 1990s.
Don’t forget to look out for this week’s “Previously on next week’s podKast” sentence, in which a timey-wimey occurrence means that a stray phrase was captured and placed at the end of last week’s podKast. Confused? You will be…
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