nuWho’s 10th Anniversary: Remembering Doctor Who Series 1, Part 1
Yay, it’s podKast time! This week, Christian Cawley and Brian A Terranova open the anniversary discussion, remembering Doctor Who Series 1 and mulling over the first 7 episodes, from Rose through to The Long Game. During the discussion, we recall the Rose leak, an event which had the potential to undermine the return of the show but instead had the fortunate effect of building interest!
Time to hit play.
Kasterborous PodKast Series 5 Episode 6 Shownotes
- Rose leaked on P2P networks
- Ultimate Regeneration: The Incredible Resurrection of Doctor Who on Amazon
- Doctor Who Series 1 on DVD
- ‘A Kind Of Magic’ by Queen
PodKast introduction by John Guilor. Theme tune by Russell Hugo
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