The possibility of yet more Doctor Who missing episodes being unveiled has tickled the podKast team and so this week Christian Cawley and James McLean discuss the current rumours concerning the BFI and Marco Polo, as well as spending a few moments to reflect upon the amazing story behind Philip Morris.
Meanwhile, we also get excited about The Light at the End, Big Finish’s thrilling 50th anniversary story that pairs Doctors up in extremely interesting and entertaining ways, Mark Gatiss’ hugely anticipated An Adventure in Space and Time and we also discuss Nightmare of Eden and Genesis of the Daleks (plus more than a few minutes on Davros) for our recommendations.
Finally, listen out for mention of Back to Frank Black, a charity book that recalls the superb US TV series Millenium, starring Lance Henriksen – James was involved with the book’s development!
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Kasterborous PodKast Series 3 Episode 39 Shownotes
- Big Finish: The Light at the End
- An Adventure in Space and Time
- Back to Frank Black
- Another Missing Doctor Who Episode Due To Be Unveiled?
- Philip Morris’ Amazing Adventure
- Nightmare of Eden
- Genesis of the Daleks
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