Tagged Dr Who

The podKast Five!

Oh yes we go full fathom five with the latest podkast – with a K! This time: The BT Tom Baker text message service introduces the show! OMEGA (Or was it Eldrad…?) discusses Utopia, The Sound of Drums and Last of the Time Lords Gerald Slitheen is unwell Brian and Christian discuss Freema Agyeman’s return…

podKast goes FOURTH!

Featuring: Our special guest Scaroth the Jagaroth reviewing Series 3 episodes 42, Human Nature/Family of Blood and Blink A few thoughts and opinions on the return of Catherine Tate in series 4 as Donna Noble…

podKast the Third!

We’re back with podKast 3, featuring – at long last – the man who denies Daleks can fly!

PodKast II

The second Kasterborous podKast (with a “K”) features an exclusive interview with “Mr Norman”, some comment and opinion on Smith and Jones and The Shakespeare Code and is hosted by Christian Cawley and Brian Terranova, with occasional input from Anthony Dry. Oh and don’t forget Gerald, our Slitheen butler (you know, someone has to give…

podKast the First

Here we go guys – the very first podkast – play here or download.

Looking forward to your feedback… :O

Genesis of The Daleks Review

It’s been a busy old week over here at Kasterborous towers what with the new series, somewhat whimpering into existence, new publications hitting the shelves, both mine and Christian’s football teams competing for silverware and of course a certain copy of Genesis of The Daleks that popped onto my doormat a good two days earlier…

The Great Sontaran

Doctor Who was always ground-breaking. It may not have been the originator of many of the ideas and themes used in it’s stories, it may not have used these to their full potential, but Doctor Who always brought new ideas to the public fore, not least in the writing of some of the classic series’…

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