Songs Inspired by Doctor Who – Which Is Best? (No TROCK Included)

We’re back with a new podKast! Christian Cawley and Brian A Terranova this week guide you through the world of songs inspired by Doctor Who from the era of the original series. In short, this is a TROCK-free zone (and rightly so, let’s face it).

But there’s more! We also have a small “related news roundup” and spread the word about our former Kasterborous colleagues’ new website, which we reckon looks superb. Brian also shares his thoughts about not cosplaying at L.I. Who this year, but in true disclaimer style, it’s purely a bit of musing, and Mr Terranova is yet to make a decision about whether to go as the Tenth Doctor, or the Fourth Doctor after growing his hair and getting a perm.

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Big thanks, as ever, to Russell Hugo for the podKast theme tune.

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