It’s A Time Heist! The PodKast Reviews Doctor Who S8 E5
Although not guilty of anything, the Kasterborous podKast team (with a K) were forced back together by The Teller to review Time Heist this week. Did they enjoy it? Or was it a poorly cobbled-together collection of tropes and visuals from Hustle?
There’s only one way you’re going to find out: click play.
Kasterborous PodKast Series 4 Episode 33 Shownotes
- Time Heist review
- Psi’s gallery of rogues
- Chasing Shadows
- Donald Tosh feels Doctor Who “virtually an adult programme”
- Doctor Who schedule change
- Recommendations: Midsomer Murders featuring Samuel Anderson, Doctor Omega read by John Guilor, The Mutant Phase, Minister of Chance.
- What We Did On Our Holiday
Introduction is by John Guilor, followed by Russell Hugo’s splendid Kasterborous PodKast theme tune!
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