PodKast: Moffat’s “Plot Holes” & The Value of Missing Doctor Who Episodes
This week’s podKast features Christian Cawley and James McLean discussing Doctor Who plot holes and missing episodes, specifically how their value has changed from being worth less than video tape in the 1960s to making millions on iTunes in 2013.
We’re covering a lot of topics this time around, with topics as diverse as Tom Baker’s birthday and Paddington Bear to the amazing reaction to the previous podKast!
Sadly, Brian Terranova was unable to appear in this week’s podKast, but worry not as he may turn up later in the week…
Kasterborous PodKast Series 3 Episode 50 Shownotes
- Paddington Bear: Something Nasty in the Kitchen
- Bagpuss: The Mouse Mill
- Tom Baker is 80
- Steven Moffat wanted Peter Cushing Dr Who movie posters in The Day of the Doctor
- Vworp Vworp #1 and #2
- The Time Leech
- Doctor Who and the Changing Value of Television
- Bernard Cribbins on Jackanory
- Jamie and the Magic Torch theme tune and cover version
- Ripper Street cancellation
- Wikipedia definition of a plot hole
- Recommendations: The Flames of Cadiz, The Robots of Death DVD, Revisitations 3 boxset
- Marc Platt interview
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