Amusing Doctor Who Misconceptions Discussed in the PodKast
Doctor Who misconceptions can be amusing; they can also be embarrassing. We’ve all had them, those moments where our internalised canon (also known as “headcanon”) betrays logic. But non-fans also have this, such as the notion that the Doctor is actually called “Dr Who”, or that the Daleks are in every single episode (which would be slightly dull, right?)
Backed up by a useful collection of Doctor Who misconceptions on Reddit, Christian Cawley, James McLean and Brian A. Terranova discuss these and other, similar, confused logic and understanding about Doctor Who over the years. And we’re looking forward to reading about yours, too!
Kasterborous PodKast Series 5 Episode 24 Shownotes
- Doctor Who misconceptions on Reddit
- Interference: Book One and Interference: Book Two by Lawrence Miles
- The Mark of the Rani
- Recommendations: Resurrection Of The Daleks, The X-Files on Amazon Prime, Millennium on DVD
- Fan Fiktion on Kasterborous
The rather wonderful podKast theme tune is by Russell Hugo.
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