PodKast with a Reference Book (Featuring Paul Scoones)

This week’s podKast (with a “K”) takes a slightly different flavour as Christian Cawley and James McLean discuss Doctor Who non-fiction, specifically reference books.

The Comic Strip Companion: the Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to Doctor Who in Comics: 1964 - 1979

Armed with a copy of Lance Parkin’s A History and Paul Scoones’ The Comic Strip Companion: 1964-1979, your hosts spend time simply delving in at random and discussing the results! This makes for a wide-ranging conversation, enhanced further when Christian chats to Paul Scoones himself.

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Head to www.telos.co.uk to find out more about The Comic Strip Companion 1964-1979. You can also purchase from Amazon for just £13.09!

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2 Responses

  1. BOJAY says:

    Lance Parkin’s AHistory is my favorite. A grand attempt to create a contiunity chronologically of the Doctor Who universe, including the television series classic and new, the Big Finish audios, the Virgin NA’s and MA’s, the BBC books, and the comics. Heads up as the Third Edition will be released from Mad Norwegian Press in early November……….

  2. Philip Bates says:

    The Making of Doctor Who was rereleased with Tom Baker on the cover in 1976. I don’t know, but I presume it was updated too. 🙂

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