Doctor Who Series 8: PodKast With A Caretaker
What did you think of this week’s Doctor Who, The Caretaker, by Gareth Roberts? We liked it, and you can find out just how much the podKast team enjoyed it by clicking play on our latest podKast. Christian Cawley, James McLean and Brian A Terranova are your hosts.
Kasterborous PodKast Series 4 Episode 34 Shownotes
- The Caretaker review
- School Reunion review
- Katy Manning meets Peter Capaldi
- Peter Capaldi on The Graham Norton Show
- The Official Doctor Who Fan Club Volume 1
- Recommendations: Die Another Day, The Lives of Others, Tom Baker at 80
Introduction is by John Guilor. This week we used the theme tune to BBC children’s school drama Grange Hill. ‘Chicken Man’ was composed by Alan Hawkshaw. The usual podKast theme will be back next time! Sort of.
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