PodKast with Animated Recons
There is much to talk about in this week’s Kasterborous podKast (with a “K”) as Christian, James and Brian turn their attention to the phenomenon of animated reconstructions of missing episodes.
Note: we’re not discussing the ongoing missing episodes rumour in this podKast.
Over the past few years, BBC Worldwide have released several Doctor Who DVDs from the classic era with animated episodes to replace those lost to time. These have been well received on the whole, but we thought we’d mull over some of the differences in approach from the animators, in amongst discussing some of the recent 50th anniversary and Christmas special news.
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Kasterborous Series 3 Episode 33 Shownotes
- The War Chief and the Master
- Peter Davison’s 50th anniversary script
- Christmas special clip
- Official animated recon DVDs
- 1963: Fanfare for the Common Men
- Doctor Who: The Vault
- WhatCulture’s Audience Analysis
- John Guilor: TimeWide
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