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Tagged The PodKast

Remember Abslom Daak?

This week’s Kasterborous podKast features a fascinating discussion with Gareth Kavanagh about the second Doctor Who Magazine love-in that is Vworp Vworp! #2! Long-term readers of Kasterborous will recall that the first issue of Vworp Vworp! featured a couple of contributions from this very site, not least in the shape of part 1 of Time…

Have You Ever Met the Doctor?

It’s podKast time again, people, and this week James McLean and Christian Cawley discuss a few interesting points regarding the recent trailers and the revelation that one of our TARDIS travelling heroes won’t be around to see their next birthday. In addition to this we cover the recent appearances of Neil Gaiman, Mark Sheppard and…

PodKast Hits iTunes!

iTunes users will be delighted to know that the Kasterborous podKast has finally hit the popular online music store, where it now sites proudly alongside other Doctor Who podcasts! If you’re been away from the site for a few weeks, you probably don’t know that we’ve relaunched the old Kasterborous podKasts, keeping plenty of humour…

Goodnight, Brubank

It’s time for a new Kasterborous podKast (we told you they would be more regular!) and this time around we’ve plenty to squeeze into the 50 minute format, which should suit you fine as you make the daily commute. Don’t forget to hide your MP3 player in your pocket, however, lest you spill that Starbucks…

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