The PodKast Reviews The Zygon Invasion – LIVE(ish)
Our reviews of Doctor Who Series 9 continue with this latest podKast, recorded live on Google Hangouts on Sunday.
The Zygon Invasion – hit or miss? Christian Cawley, James McLean and Brian A. Terranova look at the evidence, and come to an unusually mixed conclusion… And did Harry really switch from Genesis of the Daleks survivor to chemical weapons developer? Really?
Also, look out for some of the more interesting news, including a charming Facebook update from Daphne Ashbrook…
Shownotes Series 5 Episode 38
- The Zygon Invasion Overnights
- Doctor Who Series 9 ratings so far
- The Doctor remembers Dr Grace Holloway…
- Daphne Ashbrook and Paul McGann at LI Who
- Doctor Who Series 9 story arc theories
The podKast theme tune is by Russell Hugo. Oh, and here’s the live recording from YouTube – but ignore the competition at the end, we’ll relaunch it next week…:
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