Daylight Savings Timey-Wimey & Paternoster Doubts (PLUS: A Dozen Summers)
We have a packed podKast for you this week, dear listener, as Christian Cawley, James McLean and Brian Terranova attempt to get their heads around daylight savings time, the 12 (now 13) covers offered by Titan for their Ninth Doctor mini-series and Steven Moffat’s claims that the BBC would do a Paternoster Gang spin-off “in a heartbeat”.
The centrepiece of the podKast is probably Christian’s chat with Kenton Hall about his upcoming movie, A Dozen Summers, which features Sixth Doctor Who Colin Baker, and look out, as ever, for our recommendations…
Kasterborous PodKast Series 5 Episode 5 Shownotes
- Titan’s Ninth Doctor comic series variant cover deluge
- Steven Moffat confirms more two-parters
- Paternoster Gang: is a spinoff really something the BBC wants?
- A Dozen Summers
- Recommendations: The Mind of Evil, Game of Thones Season 1 and 2, Ripper Street Series 1
- Tim Treloar reads The Third Doctor Adventures
- The Ark in Space read by Jon Culshaw
PodKast introduction by John Guilor. Theme tune by Russell Hugo
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