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A Remnant of PodKasts!

Kasterborous Doctor Who podKastThis week’s podKast (with a “K”) is a collision of time – and indeed “wime” – as we bring some recent unheard highlights to the table as Christian Cawley, James McLean and Brian Terranova discuss some Doctor Who topics “after hours”.

That term isn’t an admission of adult language (although you might find a particular rude word in there), rather an explanation that sometimes we end up continuing our discussions after the allotted recording time has ended. As we were unable to commit to an agreed time this week, the result is an interesting mash of chats about pacing in Doctor Who and other shows and films, the question of whether there are any episodes that are missing audio (as opposed to video) and whether the separation between the modern and classic series is really as clearly defined as we think it is.

Also, look out for the announcement of our Shada competition winner, and our new comp – the chance to win Terry Nation: The Man Who Invented the Daleks, by Alwyn W. Turner.

Listen to the podKast for the question and send your entries to [email protected]. Winners will be announced in a fortnight’s time in that week’s podKast.

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