Hey there folks, we have a jam packed show for you this week. We have our portion of an exclusive interview that podcasters had with the one and only sixth doctor – Colin Baker! We also have our review on the Timegate 2013 convention (hint: Awesome with a capital A).
The first part of series seven ended with the departure of one set of companions and began with a glimpse of the next character destined to travel in the TARDIS. Mike, Mike, Dave, and Bobby are joined by Dr. Scott Viguie and Mark Bousquet as they discuss the highs and
A fistful of doctors! In the third episode of the seventh series, The Doctor and his companions end up in the Wild West and are very nearly upstaged by Ben Browder! Mike, Mike, Bobby, Dave and MaryLouWho cowboy up to discuss the middle chapter in this all-too-short five episode run.
A bonus for everyone “WHO” couldn’t make it out to Dragon*Con this year, we are bringing you The “Doctor Who New Series Panel” w/ Mike Faber of ESW & Johnathan Thomas of Anglotopia.net. Join us for all the fun when we start talking all things Doctor Who. Thanks to the
You thought you got rid of us didn’t you? No! We’re back for our double figures-sode Episode 10. After a one week hiatus to finish off our TFA Teaches You Who video project, we’re back in our crazy full effect for you, our beloved listeners. First, in celebration of reaching a milestone
By Morgan Jeffery, Source: Digital Spy The BBC has released the first trailer for Doctor Who’s seventh series. The sci-fi drama’s next run is expected to premiere in the autumn on BBC One. The new clip – first screened for fans at the official Doctor Who convention on Saturday (March
By Nathalie Caron, Source: Blastr.com Yesterday we brought you the first set pics from Doctor Who’s upcoming seventh season, taken on location in Cardiff. Today, the BBC has released its first OFFICIAL pic of our beloved time-travelling trio. Can we say the Doctor (Matt Smith), the Ponds (Karen Gillan and
Source: Doctor Who TV; More changes are afoot for the next series of Doctor Who. Steven Moffat has said it is unlikely that there will be any two-part stories in Series 7. ”The big thing is, nothing in the next run is starting out as a two-parter,” he confirms in
By Matthew Jackson, Source: Blastr.com The trouble with Time Lords is they’re always jumping around the calendar, but we probably can’t blame the Doctor for this. We’ve seen it coming for a while, and now it’s confirmed: Doctor Who season seven won’t premiere until autumn 2012.
by Mikey O’Connell, Zap2It.com With “Doctor Who” officially renewed for a seventh season, and current companions Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill likely not around for the ride, the franchise may soon be placing personals ads for new supporting players. But why not cull a companion from the current “Who”-verse? Zap2it