Article 55.1: Gallifrey One 2013 part 1
Well, Scott and I didn’t manage to get to Gally this year, but we managed to get a review anyway. Chris and Rowan (who are part of our other podcast) managed to get down there, and kindly let us know how things went. This is the first of their two communications with us.
Article 55: Somebody Set Up Us The Bomb
This time we are looking at the Second Doctor story, “The Invasion.” This one was particularly interesting to watch as it’s been reconstructed with animation to fill in the missing episodes. …And I hadn’t seen it before. So…new Who for me!
Join us for a discussion of fabulous Companions, iconic images, and the introduction of U.N.I.T.
Article 54: The Survivors
The second Doctor Who story ever was also the TARDIS crew’s first encounter with The Daleks…and the name of said story was…The Daleks. That works out pretty well, yeah? So, join us for a discussion of this, the beginning of the Doctor’s long battle with The Evil Pepper-Pots.
Many thanks to Terry Nation for giving us this perennial baddie. Sir, we salute you!
Article 53: The Rise of Soufflé Girl
Another year, another Doctor Who Christmas special to discuss! And what a special this time around, eh? The once and future Soufflé Girl! Madame Vastra and crew! Killer Snowmen! And even The Doctor lurking on his cloud. What did you think?
Are you sitting comfortably? Yes? Then, let’s get to it!
Article 51: Lower the Barrier
Doctor Who – Besieged is a (professionally done) Doctor Who/Alien crossover fan film and Ryan Hendrick is the driving force behind it. He also plays The Doctor in it.
On the 49th anniversary of Doctor Who’s premiere, we got a chance to interview Ryan about his film. This, then, is that interview. *cue dramatic music*
Article 50: Pay the Piper
Here, at long last is our review of The Three Doctors. We apologize for the delay. Feel free to blame life getting extremely busy…and Misha Collins.
In any case, join us for a discussion of this, the first multi-Doctor story, from back in the era when it was possible to call the Time Lords for backup. This breaks the first law of time, eh? Oh well. We’ll worry about it later.