The Space Museum Kommentary, and Rebooting Doctor Who

June 16, 2016

We’ve got a new Doctor Who commentary for you in this week’s show, as Brian Terranova and James McLean bring you their scene-by-scene thoughts of the 1965 classic, The Space Museum.

Whether you’ve got your DVD ready to watch alongside us, or you’re listening in the car, enjoy their discussion, which even takes in ways in which Doctor Who might be rebooted or retooled…

Shownotes Series 6 Episode 16

  • The Space Museum

Theme tune by Russell Hugo. Thanks, Russell! Music bed is the property of the BBC, no infringement intended.

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