In a diverse collection of discussions, this week’s podKast swings from Ripper Street series 3 to Colin Baker’s apparent fall out with Doctor Who Magazine, and largely concludes – thanks to recent comments by Sylvester McCoy – with some in-depth thoughts about what introducing a female Doctor Who would mean to the show and what it might reflect in society.
Christian Cawley and Brian A Terranova are your hosts, with tardy boy McLean rolling in late. Students, eh?
Kasterborous PodKast Series 5 Episode 25 Shownotes
- Paul McGann Estrogen Brigade
- LI Who 2015 convention
- The Sixth Doctor: The Last Adventure
- Colin Baker bemoans polls in Doctor Who Magazine
- Colin Baker talks to the podKast
- Eleventh Doctor cosplayer in Sixth Doctor outfit
- The podKast on iTunes – leave a review!
- Sylvester McCoy unhappy with female Doctor Who ideas
- Recommendations: Ripper Street Series 3, The Invasion, House Season 5, The Robots of Death
- Doctor Who Series 8 hits Netflix
The podKast theme tune is by Russell Hugo. It’s good, isn’t it?
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