This time, we’ve got our thoughts on the latest missing episodes development (if indeed it is related at all) and have a chat abut Matt Smith’s casting in the new Terminator trilogy (also taking a sidestep to chew over the last two movies in that franchise-by-default).
We also spend a bit of time on the matter of whether Russell T Davies made Doctor Who “soapy” – or wasn’t it always a bit like that?
Finally, our recommendations – don’t miss the moment when Christian reveals who should have been the Doctor’s companion in Series 7a!
Kasterborous PodKast Series 4 Episode 13 Shownotes
- The Power of the Daleks: Reimagined pulled from YouTube
- Capaldi’s Spoon Duelling Double
- Matt Smith in Terminator Trilogy
- RTD responds to “Soapy” complaints
- Recommendations: The Trip to Italy, Orphan Black, The God Complex, Delta and the Bannermen
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