Article 95: In Cardiff?
An eerie tale told by Charles Dickens on Christmas Eve in Cardiff… Nope, it’s not a new historical film. It’s the third episode of the 9th Doctor era, The Unquiet Dead! We’ve been going back and watching some of the older episodes of New Who, and this one is a great deal of fun.
Article 94: Not the Key to Time
This time around we watched the First Doctor episode – The Keys of Marinus. All of it. We felt it was an inspiration for the Fourth Doctor Key to Time series, but marginally shorter.
Join us as we neatly avoid the sea of acid to land on the glass beach. No swimming please.
Article 92: Because Science
Long story short. Neither of us made it to Gallifrey One. In my case, it’s because my car was in the shop. And still is one month later. So, instead we bring you a slightly shortened version of our Science of Doctor Who panel what we do at Conventions. Sit back, relax, and join us for a discussion of science.
In non-Doctor Who-related news, this episode is dedicated to Leonard Nimoy. He made logic cool. He was an icon of Science. And he took us on voyages of discovery. Thank you, sir. This one’s for you.
Article 91: Living on the Edge
It was 1963. Doctor Who needed a 2 episode story to round out the 13 episode season. But the budget was such that they couple only use their current sets and the main actors.
…The Edge of Destruction is what they came up with.
And we have opinions about it.
Article 89: Colma Comes Alive
And that’s the end of the season until the Christmas Special. (At which point we are hoping a couple of things will get fixed.) What did you think of Death in Heaven?
Oh! And FYI, our other podcast Doctor Geek’s Laboratory has a soundtrack now. Soundtracks are cool.
Article 88: Gone to Hell
Well, we finally learned a few things in Dark Water. I’m looking forward to Missy cosplay at Gallifrey One this year already. Anyway, there’s a bunch to talk (and worry, in the case of that last bit) about, so let’s get to it, eh?