In The PodKast Of The Night…
We came, we saw, we were slightly befuddled. Doctor Who Series 8 episode In The Forest Of The Night has left fans a little perplexed (although it has plenty of strong aspects to it) and it’s now time to find out exactly what the podKast team of Christian Cawley, Brian A Terranova and James McLean thought of Frank Cottrell Boyce’s unusual adventure.
Kasterborous PodKast Series 4 Episode 38 Shownotes
- Contradiction CultCast with John Guilor
- 24 Hour Party People
- In the Forest of the Night review
- Updates to Doctor Who Legacy
- Dark Water Next Time trailer
- Recommendations: James’ interview with Chris Carter, creator of The X-Files and Millenium, Inspector Morse, The Daleks, Dr. Who & The Daleks, David Tennant body double Colum Regan’s book, Five(ish) Doctors Reboot deleted scenes, The Invasion.
Introduction by John Guilor; Russell Hugo’s podKast theme finishes it off nicely.
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