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  • The Doctor Who Podcast

    The Doctor Who Podcast Episode #58: Listener feedback on A Christmas Carol

    The Doctor Who Podcast

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    10:00 (GMT) - 8 Jan 2011

    b'With Trevor now firmly ensconced back in the campervan, it was time to take a dip into the mailbag and read out and listen to the feedback we have received concerning the latest Christmas special. Our thanks to all the listeners that took the time to send in their thoughts.'


  • Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC #31 The Vault of Secrets 4.3-4

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway

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    01:50 (GMT) - 8 Jan 2011

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    42 days until Gally 22.

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    THEY live:

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    • Originally recorded October 23, 2010 -> HHG2W: Mostly Harmless Cutaway 31 <- Eric & co-host Josh along w/special guest-hostess Cat (@fancyfembot) are back. Come along as we delve into The Sarah Jane Adventures series 4 The Vault of Secrets.\xc2\xa0
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    • Yep, that really was 'the' Phil Ford (@philfordesq) [who penned this story] recorded by yours truly at Gally 21.
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    WARNING:

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    • This discussion contains miscellaneous N\xc3\xbcWHO & Classic SPOILERS pertaining/up to & including Sarah Jane Adventures Series 4 episode 3 & 4. If you are 100% spoilerphobic to New & Classic epsiodes not yet seen, DO NOT complain to us. And as always there are strokes of innuendo throughout.
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    LINKS:

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    • Check out Cat & her many cohorts on the Sci-Fi Party Line podcast: scifipartyline.com\xc2\xa0
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    • Eric Stoltz as he appears in Mask.
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    • Will Smith's Men in Black music video.
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    • Neil Perryman (@neilperryman) of Tachyon TV, Behind the Sofa, & Who Fix fame.
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    DISCLAIMER:

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    • Love is a many spleandored thing.
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    • Love lift us up where we belong.
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    • All you need is love...\xc2\xa0
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    DON'T PANIC

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    \nHost/Producer:\xc2\xa0Eric Escamilla\n\n

    Email: EscoWHO ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: Bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: facebook.com/Bullitt33
    Blog: bullitt33tvblog.wordpress.com

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    Co-host: Josh Zimon
    Email: whomeJZ ~at~ yahoo ~dot~com
    Twitter: @whomeJZ

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    Coverart/Sketch Artist: Julian Chapman
    Email: samwisewise ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Twitter: @\xc2\xa0Braxietel
    deviantART: type40productions.deviantart.com
    HitchikersCutaway: mostlyharmless.freevar.com

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    Mostly Harmless Cutaway
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @DoctorWhoMHC
    Tumblr: doctorwhomhc.tumblr.com\xc2\xa0
    Facebook: Doctor Who: Mostly Harmless Cutaway\xc2\xa0\xc2\xa0

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    MHC Theme created by Eric Escamilla.
    Anonymous cold open by Emily K. (@emilyooo)

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  • Mostly Harmless Cutaway

    MHC #31 The Vault of Secrets 4.3-4

    Mostly Harmless Cutaway

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    01:50 (GMT) - 8 Jan 2011

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    42 days until Gally 22.

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    THEY live:

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    • Originally recorded October 23, 2010 -> HHG2W: Mostly Harmless Cutaway 31 Eric & co-host Josh along w/special guest-hostess Cat (@fancyfembot) are back. Come along as we delve into The Sarah Jane Adventures series 4 The Vault of Secrets.
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    • Yep, that really was 'the' Phil Ford (@philfordesq) [who penned this story] recorded by yours truly at Gally 21.
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    WARNING:

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      \n
    • This discussion contains miscellaneous NuWHO & Classic SPOILERS pertaining/up to & including Sarah Jane Adventures Series 4 episode 3 & 4. If you are 100% spoilerphobic to New & Classic epsiodes not yet seen, DO NOT complain to us. And as always there are strokes of innuendo throughout.
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    LINKS:

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      \n
    • Check out Cat & her many cohorts on the Sci-Fi Party Line podcast: scifipartyline.com
    • \n
    • Eric Stoltz as he appears in Mask.
    • \n
    • Will Smith's Men in Black music video.
    • \n
    • Neil Perryman (@neilperryman) of Tachyon TV, Behind the Sofa, & Who Fix fame.
    • \n
    \n

    DISCLAIMER:

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      \n
    • Love is a many spleandored thing.
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    • Love lift us up where we belong.
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    • All you need is love...
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    DON'T PANIC

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    \nHost/Producer: Eric Escamilla\n\n

    Email: EscoWHO ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Skype username: Bullitt33
    Twitter: @Bullitt33
    Facebook: facebook.com/Bullitt33
    Blog: bullitt33tvblog.wordpress.com

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    Co-host: Josh Zimon
    Email: whomeJZ ~at~ yahoo ~dot~com
    Twitter: @whomeJZ

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    Coverart/Sketch Artist: Julian Chapman
    Email: samwisewise ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Twitter: @ Braxietel
    deviantART: type40productions.deviantart.com
    HitchikersCutaway: mostlyharmless.freevar.com

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    Mostly Harmless Cutaway
    Email: guidetothewhoverse ~at~ gmail ~dot~com
    Website: guidetothewhoverse.libsyn.com
    Twitter: @DoctorWhoMHC
    Tumblr: doctorwhomhc.tumblr.com
    Facebook: Doctor Who: Mostly Harmless Cutaway

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    MHC Theme created by Eric Escamilla.
    Anonymous cold open by Emily K. (@emilyooo)

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  • Daveac Video Blog

    daveac vblog 129

    Daveac Video Blog

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    20:42 (GMT) - 7 Jan 2011

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    \n\nA New Year, new tech and a new wine for me\n\n'


  • Doctor Who Review Today

    EPISODE 86 - Review of Silver Nemesis

    Doctor Who Review Today

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    18:28 (GMT) - 7 Jan 2011

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    Part 2 of the Cybermen box set.Feedback to doctorwhoreview@gmail.com

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  • The Bad Wilf Podcast

    The Bad Wilf Quiz

    The Bad Wilf Podcast

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    12:16 (GMT) - 7 Jan 2011

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    This is the first quiz from Bad Wilf.

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    The idea came along as Martyn\xe2\x80\x99s dad brought him a Doctor Who quiz book from a charity shop. The questions were easy, so it doesn't last long.

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    If you'd care to send us harder questions, or indeed be our quiz master for next time, then get in touch

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    http://badwilf.co.uk
    badwilf@yahoo.com
    Martyn: @BadWilf
    Imran: @Nerdthropology

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  • The Cloister Room

    The Cloister Room 014 - Shark of Wonder, Shark of Light

    The Cloister Room

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    03:42 (GMT) - 7 Jan 2011

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    It's The Cloister Room episode 014!

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    We talk about Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol and do a commentary. Well, not a REAL commentary. We only do a commentary of the trailer for series six.

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    Next week will be our oft-delayed zombiesode.

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    Be sure to let us know what you think of the podcast, by commenting here on this post, leaving an @ reply for @TheCloisterRoom on Twitter, or by e-mail at thecloisterroom@gmail.com.

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    Show Topics:

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    00:00-01:27 - Intro

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    01:28-21:38 - Discussion of A Christmas Carol

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    21:39-25:40 - Series Six trailer discussion and commentary

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    25:41-end - Outro

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  • Earth Station One

    Earth Station One Episode 41 - Murlocs, Orcs, and Night Elves Oh My

    Earth Station One

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    00:37 (GMT) - 7 Jan 2011

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    Happy New Year from all of us here at the ESO Podcast, we welcome the first episode of 2011 where this week we will be taking a peek at online MMO, or an on line Massively Multiplayer Games for the novices out there, but more in particular the hugely popular World of Warcraft and the \xe2\x80\xa6 Continue reading \xe2\x86\x92

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  • Hoo on Who

    Christmas 2010 Special

    Hoo on Who

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    20:13 (GMT) - 6 Jan 2011

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    David and Marty sit down to review the Matt Smith Christmas Special "A Christmas Carol" in a short but sweet edition of Hoo On Who with no listener feedback e-mail or other segments.\xc2\xa0 Enjoy!

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  • Hoo on Who

    Christmas 2010 Special

    Hoo on Who

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    20:13 (GMT) - 6 Jan 2011

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    David and Marty sit down to review the Matt Smith Christmas Special "A Christmas Carol" in a short but sweet edition of Hoo On Who with no listener feedback e-mail or other segments. Enjoy!

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  • The Flashing Blade Podcast

    A Flashing Blade Natter With Dr Phil Serna.mp3

    The Flashing Blade Podcast

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    18:48 (GMT) - 6 Jan 2011

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    A short time ago, Doctor Phil Serna, from the Adventures In Time, Space And Music podcast, got in touch with Tony and asked him if he'd like to interview Paddy Kingsland. Now, regular views of The Flashing Blade Podcast will be aware that Tony has a slight... Hmm... liking for said composer.

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    Tony agreed.

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    What you have hear is the pre-match waffle. A chat between Tony and Dr. Phil about Paddy, the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and music in Doctor Who.

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    For added musical ambience, listen to this on Phil's site, when he releases it shortly...

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    http://adventuresintimespaceandmusic.philipwserna.com

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    Next: The Paddy Kingsland Interview - coming soon....

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  • The Cultdom Collective

    Studio Epi. - Welcome back Ian!

    The Cultdom Collective

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    16:36 (GMT) - 6 Jan 2011

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    Mike 'Rand__alThor' & daveac welcome Ian 'The6thDoctor' back & hear his views on recent episodes inc. our review on Dr Who 'A Christmas Carol'

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  • The Pharos Project Podcast

    Pharos Project 34: Captain Stabley Does Some Homework

    The Pharos Project Podcast

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    14:58 (GMT) - 6 Jan 2011

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    This week the Projecteers take on the abomination that is Time-Flight.

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    You know, the one with the concordes, the Master dressed as a Chinese Demis Roussos impersonator and the best employee British Airways never had, Captain Stapley.

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    Also, there's a look at Biggles, Tina Turner makes an appearance in the Pleasure Dome and Little Pete proves that he has turd magnets for hands as he pulls another shocker from Manilow's bag.

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    To enter the competition, please send answers to the question (what's in Paul's pocket) to pharos.project@yahoo.co.uk

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    As we recorded this before episode 33 was released, the secret word will stay the same this time.

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  • The Bad Wilf Podcast

    Episode 15: It's Learning Time

    The Bad Wilf Podcast

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    14:45 (GMT) - 6 Jan 2011

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    In which Martyn and Imran discuss A Christmas Carol and play some choons.

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    http://badwilf.co.uk
    badwilf@yahoo.com
    Martyn: @BadWilf
    Imran: @Nerdthropology

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  • The Cultdom Collective

    Studio Epi. - Welcome back Ian!

    The Cultdom Collective

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    11:36 (GMT) - 6 Jan 2011

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    Mike 'Rand__alThor' & daveac welcome Ian 'The6thDoctor' back & hear his views on recent episodes inc. our review on Dr Who 'A Christmas Carol'

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  • The Cultdom Collective

    Studio Epi. - Welcome back Ian!

    The Cultdom Collective

    Direct Podcast Download

    11:36 (GMT) - 6 Jan 2011

    b"

    Mike 'Rand__alThor' & daveac welcome Ian 'The6thDoctor' back & hear his views on recent episodes inc. our review on Dr Who 'A Christmas Carol'

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  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 153: The Mutants

    Tin Dog Podcast

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    11:25 (GMT) - 6 Jan 2011

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    his article is about the 1972 Doctor Who serial. For other uses, see mutant (disambiguation).\n\n\n\n063 \xe2\x80\x93 The Mutants\n\n\nDoctor Who serial\n\n\n A mutated Solonian on the planet Solos.\n\n\nCast\n\n\n\nDoctor\n\n\nJon Pertwee (Third Doctor)\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nCompanion\n\n\nKaty Manning (Jo Grant)\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nOthers\n\n\nPaul Whitsun-Jones \xe2\x80\x94 The Marshal\nGeorge Pravda \xe2\x80\x94 Jaeger\nChristopher Coll \xe2\x80\x94 Stubbs\nRick James \xe2\x80\x94 Cotton\nJames Mellor \xe2\x80\x94 Varan\nJonathan Sherwood \xe2\x80\x94 Varan\'s Son\nGarrick Hagon \xe2\x80\x94 Ky\nJohn Hollis \xe2\x80\x94 Sondergaard\nGeoffrey Palmer \xe2\x80\x94 Administrator\nPeter Howell \xe2\x80\x94 Investigator\nDavid Arlen \xe2\x80\x94 Warrior Guard\nRoy Pearce, Damon Sanders, Martin Taylor \xe2\x80\x94 Guards\nSidney Johnson \xe2\x80\x94 Old Man\nJohn Scott Martin \xe2\x80\x94 Mutt\n\n\n\n\n\nProduction\n\n\nWriter\nBob Baker and Dave Martin\n\n\nDirector\nChristopher Barry\n\n\nScript editor\nTerrance Dicks\n\n\nProducer\nBarry Letts\n\n\nExecutive producer(s)\nNone\n\n\nProduction code\nNNN\n\n\nSeries\nSeason 9\n\n\nLength\n6 episodes, 25 minutes each\n\n\nOriginally broadcast\nApril 8\xe2\x80\x93May 13, 1972\n\n\nChronology\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\xe2\x86\x90 Preceded by\nFollowed by \xe2\x86\x92\n\n\nThe Sea Devils\nThe Time Monster\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nThe Mutants is a serial in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in six weekly parts from April 8 to May 13, 1972.\nThe Mutants is also the title used by the production team for the series\' second serial, which introduced the Daleks. To distinguish between the two, the earlier serial is usually referred to as The Daleks. Sometimes both stories are referred to as The Mutants, further distinguished by the production codes \xe2\x80\x94 (B) for the former and (NNN) for the latter.\n\n\n\n\n\nContents\n[hide]\n\n1 Synopsis\n2 Plot\n3 Continuity\n4 Production\n5 Outside references\n6 In print\n7 Broadcast and commercial releases\n8 References\n9 External links \n\n9.1 Reviews\n9.2 Target novelisation\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n[edit] Synopsis\nIt is the 30th century, near the end of the Earth Empire. On the colony world of Solos, something is transforming the human population, turning them into hideous mutants. But as the Third Doctor and Jo find out, that is only the beginning.\n[edit] Plot\nIn the 30th century, the Earth Empire is contracting and plans are being made to decolonise the colony world of Solos. The militaristic Marshal and other human soldiers, known as Overlords, rule it from Skybase One. The Marshal opposes the decolonisation plans outlined to him by Administrator sent from Earth, and is also obsessed with eradicating the Mutants or Mutts that have sprung up on the planet below. The Solonians themselves are a tribal people, split between those who actively oppose the occupation, such as Ky, and those like Varan who collaborate with the imperialists. Indeed, the Marshal and Varan ensure the Administrator is murdered before he can confirm to Ky and other tribal chiefs that the Earth Empire is indeed withdrawing from Solos.\nThe Third Doctor and Jo arrive on Skybase One, their TARDIS having been transported there by the Time Lords. They have with them a message box which will only open for an intended recipient \xe2\x80\x93 and that is not the Marshal or his entourage \xe2\x80\x93 but seems to be for Ky, who has been framed for the murder of the Administrator. Jo and Ky flee to the surface of Solos, which seems to be poisonous to humans during daylight hours, and this affects Jo quite soon. Ky saves her with a stolen oxygen mask. The Doctor learns from the Marshal and his chief scientist Jaeger that they are involved in an experiment using rocket barrages to terraform Solos, making the air breathable to humans, regardless of the cost to indigenous life. They continue to bombard the surface with ever more deadly rockets.\nVaran by now has discovered the Marshal\xe2\x80\x99s treachery and events make him an outlaw on Skybase. The Doctor makes contact and together they persuade Stubbs and Cotton, the most senior soldiers to the Marshal, that much is wrong on Skybase. He then flees to Solos with Varan, and at the thaesium mine where Ky and Jo are hiding he encounters many Mutts, who are not as hostile as they first appeared. The Doctor passes the message box to Ky, and it opens to reveal ancient tablets and etchings which are written in the language of the Old Ones of the planet. Help in avoiding poisonous gas released by the Marshal is provided by a fugitive human scientist, Sondergaard, who lives in the caves and knows much about Solonian anthropology. Sondergaard explains he tried to inform Earth Control about the Marshal\'s evil, but he was prevented and forced to flee to the caves, where the radiation seems to have affected him. He interprets the contents of the box as a \xe2\x80\x9clost Solos Book of Genesis\xe2\x80\x9d, and the Doctor then calculates a Solonian year to be equivalent to two thousand human years, with natural changes in the population every five hundred years within the cycle. Investigating a more radioactive part of the caves, the Doctor thus deduces the Mutant phase is a natural part of the Solonian racial life-cycle.\nVaran has by now become a Mutt himself, the transformation beginning with his hand. He hides this and leads a Solonian attack on the Skybase which results in his death and those of many of his warriors. On Skybase Jo, Ky, Stubbs and Cotton are captured by the Marshal, and Stubbs is killed in a failed escape attempt. The Doctor meanwhile has returned to the Skybase \xe2\x80\x93 without Sondergaard, who seems too weak following the radiation contamination. He instead returns to the caves to communicate with the Mutants and explain to them the changes in their metabolisms are natural and not to be feared.\nThe Doctor is now back on Skybase and surmises the Marshal to be mad. It becomes clear that the Earth Government has now dispatched an Investigator to look into the strange events on Solos. The Marshal\xe2\x80\x99s rocket attacks have not terraformed the planet, but they have left a hideous environmental impact and he knows he must clean this up or face problems when the Investigator arrives. Under duress the Doctor uses Jaeger\xe2\x80\x99s technology to conduct a rapid decontamination of the planet\xe2\x80\x99s surface. The Investigator arrives and demands answers, but is given more lies by the Marshal, supported by the Doctor, who fears Jo will be killed if he does not co-operate. Luckily Jo, Ky and Cotton have escaped their detention and arrive in time to help the Investigator see the truth of the situation on Solos and the crimes of the Marshal and Jaeger. The Doctor accuses them of "the most brutal and callous series of crimes against a defenseless people it\'s ever been my misfortunate to encounter." Sondergaard now reaches the Skybase with some Mutants, one of whom scares the Investigator enough that he accepts the Marshal\xe2\x80\x99s analysis that the creatures should be killed.\nKy now begins a process of mutation, but it is accelerated beyond the Mutant phase so that he emerges as a radiant angel-like super-being. He communicates with thought transference, can float and can move through whole walls. Dispensing justice, Ky eradicates the Marshal. Jaeger has been killed too and the Investigator now makes sense of the situation. Sondergaard and Cotton elect to stay on Solos to see the other Solonians go through the mutation process, while Jo and the Doctor slip away, their mission from the Time Lords complete.\n[edit] Continuity\nA Mutt appears in the beginning of The Brain of Morbius. The Doctor describes it as being one of a mutant insect species that is widely established in the Nebula of Cyclops. Whether this is the location of Solos is not stated.\n[edit] Production\n\nSerial details by episode \n\n\nEpisode Broadcast date Run time Viewership (in millions) Archive\n\n\n"Episode One"\n8 April 1972\xc2\xa0(1972-04-08)\n24:25\n9.1\nPAL colour conversion\n\n\n"Episode Two"\n15 April 1972\xc2\xa0(1972-04-15)\n24:24\n7.8\nPAL colour conversion\n\n\n"Episode Three"\n22 April 1972\xc2\xa0(1972-04-22)\n24:32\n7.9\nPAL 2" colour videotape\n\n\n"Episode Four"\n29 April 1972\xc2\xa0(1972-04-29)\n24:00\n7.5\nPAL 2" colour videotape\n\n\n"Episode Five"\n6 May 1972\xc2\xa0(1972-05-06)\n24:37\n7.9\nPAL 2" colour videotape\n\n\n"Episode Six"\n13 May 1972\xc2\xa0(1972-05-13)\n23:43\n6.5\nPAL 2" colour videotape\n\n\n[1][2][3]\n\n\n\nWorking titles for this story included Independence and The Emergents.\nThe opening shot of the story features a bedraggled, hermit-like bearded figure (Sidney Johnson) shambling out of the mist towards the camera. Both fans and Jon Pertwee alike have compared the scene to the "It\'s" man at the start of most episodes of Monty Python\'s Flying Circus.[4][5]\n[edit] Outside references\nThis serial is mentioned in Salman Rushdie\'s controversial novel The Satanic Verses, where it is criticised for alleged racist attitudes. Writers Bob Baker and Dave Martin, as well as producer Barry Letts, actually intended for the story to have an anti-racist message.[6]\nSo powerful was this story\'s condemnation of the policy of Apartheid in South Africa, many polytechnic student unions renamed buildings "Bob Baker and Dave Martin House", in honour of its writing team.[citation needed]\n[edit] In print\n\n\n\nDoctor Who book\n\n\n\n\n\nDoctor Who and the Mutants\n\n\nSeries\nTarget novelisations\n\n\nRelease number\n44\n\n\nWriter\nTerrance Dicks\n\n\nPublisher\nTarget Books\n\n\nCover artist\nJeff Cummins\n\n\nISBN\n0-426-11690-9\n\n\nRelease date\n29 September 1977\n\n\nPreceded by\nDoctor Who and the Planet of Evil\n\n\nFollowed by\nDoctor Who and the Deadly Assassin\n\n\n\nA novelisation of this serial, written by Terrance Dicks, was published by Target Books in September 1977. This was the only book to feature the abbreviation "Dr Who" on the spine.\n[edit] Broadcast and commercial releases\n\nThis story came out on VHS in February 2003.\n\nThis story is due for DVD release in 2011 and will have an audio commentary by Katy Manning, Garrick Hagon, Bob Baker, Jeremy Bear, Brian Hodgson, Terrance Dicks and Christopher Barry moderated by Nick Pegg.[7]\nThe music from this serial was released as part of Doctor Who: Devils\' Planets - The Music of Tristram Cary in 2003.

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  • Traveling the Vortex

    Episode 1 - A Christmas Carol

    Traveling the Vortex

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    08:03 (GMT) - 6 Jan 2011

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    Episode 1 is now available on the feed! \xc2\xa0In this episode we discuss the recently broadcast Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol. \xc2\xa0Also an introduction to the hosts, Shaun, Keith, and Glenn. \xc2\xa0Hope you enjoy. \xc2\xa0By the way, the iTunes feed is not available. \xc2\xa0We are still waiting approval from Apple. \xc2\xa0We will let you know when it becomes available.

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  • The Doctor's Companion

    The Doctor's Companion Ep. 33 - Things To Come

    The Doctor's Companion

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    04:49 (GMT) - 6 Jan 2011

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    Series 6 is quickly approaching and Scott and Randy take time to discuss and dissect the new trailer. What\xe2\x80\x99s with the chained up, bearded Doctor? Who\xe2\x80\x99s TARDIS could that be? What exactly is a \xe2\x80\x9cJammy Dodger\xe2\x80\x9d? Find out in the newest episode of The Doctor\xe2\x80\x99s Companion! And remember, BEWARE OF POSSIBLE SPOILERS as we do a lot of speculation. Who knows? We could be right about some of this stuff (probably not).

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    Next Week: William Hartnell and \xe2\x80\x98The Daleks\xe2\x80\x99!!

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  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #181 - Mit Raphi und Fabi im Trailer Park

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    22:54 (GMT) - 5 Jan 2011

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    Als Einstimmung auf das aktuelle Doctor Who Jahr 2011 sezieren Raphael und Gast Fabian die beiden neuen Doctor Who Staffeltrailer. Ausserdem gibt es eine Menge News und naturlich Post!

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  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #181 - Mit Raphi und Fabi im Trailer Park

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    22:54 (GMT) - 5 Jan 2011

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    Als Einstimmung auf das aktuelle Doctor Who Jahr 2011 sezieren Raphael und Gast Fabian die beiden neuen Doctor Who Staffeltrailer. Ausserdem gibt es eine Menge News und naturlich Post!

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  • US WhoCast

    US WhoCast Episode 028: Review of S1E13 Parting of Ways

    US WhoCast

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    15:00 (GMT) - 5 Jan 2011

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    Matt is joined by Donald from re-opening the X-Files podcast (http://xfilespodcast.com) to talk about and around S1E13 "Parting Of Ways"

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  • The Doctor Who Podcast

    The Doctor Who Podcast Episode #57: More Views on the 2010 Christmas special

    The Doctor Who Podcast

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    10:00 (GMT) - 5 Jan 2011

    b'Well, its certainly turning into a busy week at the DWP Campervan! Trevor is back, and he has some things to say about the Christmas Special! Stay tuned also later this week for an episode devoted to your feedback on the Christmas Special.'


  • Geek Syndicate

    Timelore Episode 1

    Geek Syndicate

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    13:16 (GMT) - 4 Jan 2011

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    And as you bask in the afterglow of the Dr Who Christmas special allow me to welcome you to the first episode of TimeLore, the newest addtion to the Geek\xc2\xa0 Syndicate Network.

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    TimeLore is a season by season review of Dr Who from the very beginning.

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    Your hosts are myself, David Monteith, Richard Hutchinson and Alexis Jayne Defoe

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    Richard and myself have been steeped in Dr Who for as long as we can remember whereas Alexis has never seen a single episode of old school Dr Who.\xc2\xa0 She has foolishly agreed to join us for this ride and wether her sanity will remain intact is a question that we are all keen to see answered.

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    In this episode we talk about William Hartnell, discuss wether Ian & Barbara fill the roll of classic heroes and review the following episodes:-

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    The Unearthly Child inc. the unaired pilot

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    The Daleks

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    The Edge of\xc2\xa0 Destruction

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    Marco Polo

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    So join us for our first episode and when your done listening send us some feedback and your opinons to watchers@timelore.co.uk

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    You can also follow us on twitter at twitter.com/timelore

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    TimeLore is a monthly podcast so we will see you next month for the 2nd half of the very first season of Dr Who

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    Direct download:

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  • Geek Syndicate

    Timelore Episode 1

    Geek Syndicate

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    13:16 (GMT) - 4 Jan 2011

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    And as you bask in the afterglow of the Dr Who Christmas special allow me to welcome you to the first episode of TimeLore, the newest addtion to the Geek Syndicate Network.

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    TimeLore is a season by season review of Dr Who from the very beginning.

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    Your hosts are myself, David Monteith, Richard Hutchinson and Alexis Jayne Defoe

    \n

    Richard and myself have been steeped in Dr Who for as long as we can remember whereas Alexis has never seen a single episode of old school Dr Who. She has foolishly agreed to join us for this ride and wether her sanity will remain intact is a question that we are all keen to see answered.

    \n

    In this episode we talk about William Hartnell, discuss wether Ian & Barbara fill the roll of classic heroes and review the following episodes:-

    \n

    The Unearthly Child inc. the unaired pilot

    \n

    The Daleks

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    The Edge of Destruction

    \n

    Marco Polo

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    So join us for our first episode and when your done listening send us some feedback and your opinons to watchers@timelore.co.uk

    \n

    You can also follow us on twitter at twitter.com/timelore

    \n

    TimeLore is a monthly podcast so we will see you next month for the 2nd half of the very first season of Dr Who

    \n

    Direct download:

    '


  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 152: A Christmas Carol

    Tin Dog Podcast

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    09:28 (GMT) - 4 Jan 2011

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    A Christmas Carol" is an episode of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who.[12] It is the sixth Doctor Who Christmas Special since the programme\'s revival in 2005, and was broadcast on 25 December 2010 on both BBC One and BBC America, making it the first episode to premiere on the same day in both the United Kingdom and United States. It was broadcast on 26 December 2010 on ABC1 in Australia[13] and on Space in Canada.[14]\nThe episode features the acting debut of Welsh singer Katherine Jenkins,[15] She stars alongside Michael Gambon, Micah Balfour and Pooky Quesnel.[6]\nThe episode had an initial rating of 10.3 million viewers on BBC One and BBC One HD according to overnight figures, making it the second most watched programme on Christmas Day, just behind EastEnders. The rating was roughly comparable to the 2009 episode, The End of Time Part 1, which had 10.0 million watching on BBC One and 0.4 million on BBC HD.[16]\nA preview of the episode was shown during the Children in Need annual telethon on 19 November 2010.[16]\n\xc2\xa0\nThe crew of a space liner carrying more than 4000 passengers struggles to maintain the ship\'s course while traveling through the strange cloud cover of a human-inhabited planet that interferes with their controls. Amy and Rory, aboard the liner for their honeymoon, send a distress call to the Doctor to help. The Doctor is unable to use the TARDIS directly to save the liner, and lands at a house topped by a giant antenna-like spire that seems to control the clouds. The sole resident of the house is bitter, peevish, old Kazran Sardick. The wealthiest and most powerful man on the planet, his father had built the spire. The Doctor tries to convince Kazran to turn off the cloud controls \xe2\x80\x94 isomorphically locked to him \xe2\x80\x94 but he mockingly refuses. Kazran, like his late father, considers the rest of the population of the planet little more than cattle, and cares not for the lives aboard the liner either. This becomes apparent to the Doctor when Kazran refuses to release a young woman, Abigail, from cryonic storage to her family for even a Christmas day. Recognizing that Kazran\'s father has had a significant effect on Kazran\'s life, the Doctor devises a scheme inspired by Charles Dickens\' A Christmas Carol, the idea being to influence Kazran in his past and present to become more compassionate to the lives aboard the liner.\nThe Doctor visits a young Kazran shortly after his father had struck him for trying to experiment with a unique phenomenon of the planet: the ability of all manner of fish to "swim" in the foggy air. The Doctor discovers the ice in the clouds contain a weak electrical charge; this is what allows the fish to swim, but is also what is disrupting the space liner. The "boys" experiment with the fish anyway, until a shark attacks them and swallows the Doctor\'s sonic screwdriver. The Doctor recovers half, but inadvertently harms the shark in the process; it cannot return to swim in the clouds. The Doctor concludes that some sort of life support container could transport the shark safely to the clouds. Young Kazran shows the Doctor a system of cryonic chambers beneath the spire, where Kazran\'s father stores as "security" family members of people to whom he has lent money. Kazran directs the Doctor to Abigail\'s chamber; Kazran knows she had been fascinated by the fish before she was put into storage. They release her, and she sings to the shark, resonating with the ice crystals, and calming it. The three then successfully return the shark to the clouds.\nBefore putting Abigail back into her chamber, Kazran promises that he and the Doctor will return every Christmas Eve to celebrate it with Abigail. The Doctor keeps this promise, travelling forward every year to reunite Kazran and Abigail, taking them across time and space, and watching them develop a romance as he grows to a young adult and is introduced to her family. However, after several Christmas Eves, Abigail reveals a secret to Kazran, leading him to decide to end the tradition and leave her in cryonic storage indefinitely. The Doctor gives the broken half of the sonic screwdriver to Kazran to use when he needs it. Meanwhile, in the present, older Kazran enjoys his many new memories, but, heartbroken at Abigail\'s fate, still refuses to disable the spire.\nFrom the liner, Amy appears to present-time Kazran as a hologram. She shows Kazran the crew of the doomed liner, singing Christmas carols, using the musical vibrations to partially stabilise the ship within the cloud system, just as Abigail calmed the shark, but still leaving the ship doomed to crash. Kazran waves away the holograms, continuing to refuse to release the controls. When the Doctor appears and tries to show Kazran his future, Kazran reveals Abigail\'s secret, that she was dying before she was frozen and will live only one more day outside of the chamber. Fully admitting that he will die alone, he values the one day left he has with Abigail over the thousands on the liner or the population of the planet. Unbeknownst to Kazran, the Doctor has brought young Kazran into the present to show the boy his future; he is shocked by his elder self\'s revelation. This change is reflected in the newly compassionate older Kazran, and he agrees to release the spire controls. They find, however, that the Doctor\'s interference has changed Kazran\'s past too much; Kazran\'s father, seeing his boy too kind to others, never programmed the spire\'s controls to recognise Kazran.\nThe Doctor concocts a new plan: by unfreezing Abigail and having her sing through the broken half of the sonic screwdriver amplified by the spire, the other half, still inside the shark, would be able to resonate the ice crystals, disrupting the cloud field, and allowing the liner to safely land. Kazran is aware that Abigail will die after one day, but he releases her anyway; she comforts him, reminding him they have had many Christmas Eves together and it is time for Christmas Day to come. The Doctor\'s plan is successful, and as the ship safely lands on the planet, the breakup of the clouds releases snow across the city. As the Doctor takes young Kazran back to his past and reunites with Amy and Rory, the old Kazran and Abigail celebrate a shark-drawn carriage ride together.\n[edit] Continuity\nSeveral nods to earlier outfits in the series appear in A Christmas Carol. Amy Pond wears her kissogram policewoman\'s outfit from "The Eleventh Hour", while Rory wears a Roman centurion\'s outfit as seen in "The Pandorica Opens". In one of the many Christmas Eves the Doctor and Kazran spend with Abigail, they present themselves to her in matching long, stripy scarves. The Fourth Doctor\'s trademark accessory was long, striped scarves. The two also appear in fezes, an item of clothing the Doctor became fond of in "The Big Bang".[17]\nThe Doctor initially scoffs at the idea of "isomorphic controls" \xe2\x80\x93 controls that will operate only for a specific person or limited set of people. In the classic series Pyramids of Mars the Doctor states to Sutekh that the TARDIS controls are isomorphic, although many other characters are seen operating them. In "Last of the Time Lords", the Master had a laser screwdriver with isomorphic controls.\nDuring one of his trips with Kazran and Abigail, the Doctor introduces them to Frank Sinatra and inadvertently ends up marrying Marilyn Monroe, though he later attempts to claim that the ceremony did not take place in a legitimate chapel.[18] The Doctor has hinted at marriage before during "The End of Time", suggesting his wife was Queen Elizabeth I, which was also reported upon by Liz 10 in "The Beast Below".\n[edit] Production\n[edit] Writing\nAccording to Ben Stephenson, Controller of BBC Drama Commissioning, the episode is a "clever twist on the much loved A Christmas Carol".[19] Matt Smith added "It\'s as Christmasy as it comes in \'Doctor Who\' land. It\'s loosely based on a \'Christmas Carol\' with a time travelling twist. Steven has managed to reinvent it. I think those two things marry quite well together \xe2\x80\x94 \'Doctor Who\' and Christmas."[20] Steven Moffat, writer for this episode said "It\'s all your favourite Christmas movies at once, in an hour, with monsters. And the Doctor. And a honeymoon."[12]\nA read-through took place in Cardiff on Thursday, 8 July and production started on 12 July 2010 and lasted into August 2010.[21][19]\n[edit] Cast notes\nArthur Darvill is included in the opening credits in this episode, for the first time since he joined Doctor Who.\n[edit] Broadcast and reception\nA Christmas Carol was tied with Come Fly with Me as the second most-watched program on Christmas Day in the United Kingdom, following EastEnders, and with a average viewership of 10.3 million peaking at 10.7 million.[22]\n[edit] International broadcast\nA Christmas Carol is the first episode of Doctor Who that was broadcast the same day in the United Kingdom and in North America through BBC America. Previous episodes from the revitalized series would have from a week to months-delay between the BBC and the BBC America or Sci Fi channel airing. Richard de Croce, Vice-President of Programming at BBC America, stated that they will try to continue the same-day airing on both stations with future episodes of Series 6.[23] In the United States, 727,000 viewers watched A Christmas Carol, an 8% increase on the previous holiday special, The End of Time.[24]

    '


  • The Pharos Project Podcast

    Pharos Project 33: We're Gonna Need a Bigger Boat

    The Pharos Project Podcast

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    15:36 (GMT) - 3 Jan 2011

    b'

    This week, the Projecteers spat Advocat into a roaring fire, argued with family and indulged in that other fine festive tradition that calls itself the Doctor Who Christmas Special.

    \n

    Jenkins did sing, the Doctor did marry, Gambon did soften and Amy and Rory showed us their sex clothes. Actually, how would you role play between a Centurion and a Police Woman? Bit of an odd combo that. Chris and Little Pete usually do it as Ronald Mcdonald and Hamburglar, a more sensible choice.

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    Anyway...

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    Thanks to Terri Silvers and "friend of the show", David Perry for getting the secret word (this week, chutney) correct.

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    Happy New Year!!!

    '


  • Professor How

    EPISODE17 - Doctor Who: Professor How

    Professor How

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    15:22 (GMT) - 3 Jan 2011

    b'

    The Professor and Brian Chamberpot believe they might have fallen into a trap! At the Hands of "The Circus Director" Feedback to the2nddoctor@gmail.com

    '


  • The Doctor Who Podcast

    The Doctor Who Podcast: Quiz 6

    The Doctor Who Podcast

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    10:00 (GMT) - 3 Jan 2011

    b'The first offering from the DWP Campervan for 2011 is the latest instalment in the mighty tussle that is the DWP Quiz. Trevor, the perennial loser, is quizmaster again, relishing with gleeful delight his temporary power of James and Tom. A titanic struggle of the wills not to be missed. Please note \xe2\x80\x93 this episode [...]'


  • New Who Podcast

    NWP005 - A Christmas Carrol

    New Who Podcast

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    03:16 (GMT) - 3 Jan 2011

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    NWP005 - A Christmas Carrol

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  • 'Who' - Is The Man Podcast

    'Who' - Is The Man Cast episode 14: A Christmas Who?

    'Who' - Is The Man Podcast

    Direct Podcast Download

    02:57 (GMT) - 3 Jan 2011

    b"

    'Who' - Is The Man Cast. \xc2\xa0

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    Website: http://whoisthemancast.wordpress.com/

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    Happy New Year, it's a bit late, but it's the feeling that counts. In this episode, 'Who' - Is The Man Cast episode 14: A Christmas Carol. In this episode I review the 2010 Doctor Who Christmas Special: A Chirstmas Carol. I have no feedback for it but please send in your thoughts and feelings to whoitm@hotmail.com and to whoitm@gmail.com or even to the Facebook group.

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    Links:

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    The Facebook group.

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    My Blog (another plug).

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  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #231 - Son of Masters

    Radio Free Skaro

    Direct Podcast Download

    18:59 (GMT) - 2 Jan 2011

    b'

    The first Radio Free Skaro episode of 2011 features the return of the popular Miniscope segments (well, some of you liked them in the past, anyhow) wherein the Three Who Rule discuss the works of a particular writer, director, or some other behind the scenes person in their careers on Doctor Who. Dick Mills, the initial subject for this episode, was bumped to next week (about more later), so Series 3 director Charles Palmer became a last minute subject. How did his efforts rate with your intrepid hosts? Listen on!

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    Check out the show notes at www.radiofreeskaro.com.

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  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #231 - Son of Masters

    Radio Free Skaro

    Direct Podcast Download

    18:59 (GMT) - 2 Jan 2011

    b'

    The first Radio Free Skaro episode of 2011 features the return of the popular Miniscope segments (well, some of you liked them in the past, anyhow) wherein the Three Who Rule discuss the works of a particular writer, director, or some other behind the scenes person in their careers on Doctor Who. Dick Mills, the initial subject for this episode, was bumped to next week (about more later), so Series 3 director Charles Palmer became a last minute subject. How did his efforts rate with your intrepid hosts? Listen on!

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    \n

    Check out the show notes at www.radiofreeskaro.com.

    '


  • Adventures in Time Space and Music

    Episode 9 - Nicholas Briggs, Voice and Composer for the Daleks

    Adventures in Time Space and Music

    Direct Podcast Download

    14:00 (GMT) - 2 Jan 2011

    b"

    In this episode we'll be featuring an interview with Doctor Who and Torchwood Actor, author and audio producer Nicholas Briggs, focusing on his work composing and working as sound designer for Big Finish Productions, recorded the 27th of November, 2010 at the Chicago TARDIS convention\n


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  • Adventures in Time Space and Music

    Episode 9 - Nicholas Briggs, Voice and Composer for the Daleks

    Adventures in Time Space and Music

    Direct Podcast Download

    14:00 (GMT) - 2 Jan 2011

    b"

    In this episode we'll be featuring an interview with Doctor Who and Torchwood Actor, author and audio producer Nicholas Briggs, focusing on his work composing and working as sound designer for Big Finish Productions, recorded the 27th of November, 2010 at the Chicago TARDIS convention

    "


  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE79 - Dr Who 'This is Your Life' Cont.

    The Cultdom Collective

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    09:13 (GMT) - 2 Jan 2011

    b'

    Part 2: The Doctor - just what do we know about his life? Working our way through his different regenerations in other media this time.

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  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE79 - Dr Who 'This is Your Life' Cont.

    The Cultdom Collective

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    04:13 (GMT) - 2 Jan 2011

    b'

    Part 2: The Doctor - just what do we know about his life? Working our way through his different regenerations in other media this time.

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  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE79 - Dr Who 'This is Your Life' Cont.

    The Cultdom Collective

    Direct Podcast Download

    04:13 (GMT) - 2 Jan 2011

    b'

    Part 2: The Doctor - just what do we know about his life? Working our way through his different regenerations in other media this time.

    '


  • The Unearthly Child Podcast

    027 - The Unearthly Child Podcast: A Christmas Carol

    The Unearthly Child Podcast

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    23:45 (GMT) - 1 Jan 2011

    b"

    It's the start of a new year, and as we must we start by looking back at the old, and the 2010 Christmas Special A Christmas Carol. It was Christmassy as ever but imaginatively written, as I discuss in this week's The Unearthly Child Podcast.
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    • Twitter
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    • Facebook
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    • Doctor Who News Page
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    • Series 32 trailer
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  • The Flashing Blade Podcast

    The Flashing Blade Podcast 1-79

    The Flashing Blade Podcast

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    21:51 (GMT) - 1 Jan 2011

    b"

    A Christmas Carol gets a look see by Jo! and, well, er... Not-Bob. You see, Bob sort of varnished.... Anyway, Tony is there. Thats good, isn't it? I said 'isn't it?????'

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    OI!!!

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    Ah, suit yerselves!

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  • Earth Station One

    Earth Station One Episode 40 - A Flying Shark on Christmas, How Appropriate

    Earth Station One

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    16:41 (GMT) - 1 Jan 2011

    b"

    In the final episode of 2010 we warm up our TARDIS and we talk about this years Doctor Who Christmas Special 'A Christmas Carol', and how it compares to previous years Doctor Who Holiday Specials. We then sit down and talk to Bret Herholz. Creator of the graphic novel, \xe2\x80\x9cSherlock Holmes: The Painful Predicament of \xe2\x80\xa6 Continue reading \xe2\x86\x92

    "


  • Two-minute Time Lord

    2MTL 182: "The Unquiet Dead" Two-minute Throwback

    Two-minute Time Lord

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    05:55 (GMT) - 1 Jan 2011

    b'

    Resuming our trek through the revived series from the beginning, we take a look at the Victorian pseudo-historical featuring Charles Dickens, whose stories provided skeleton and muscle for the 2010 Christmas special.

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  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #180 - We take the Outtakes out!

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    20:28 (GMT) - 31 Dec 2010

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    Bevor es fur das Jahr 2010 zuende und fur uns ans Raclette geht, gibt es mit diesem Whocast die gesammelten Outtakes des Jahres. Ausserdem ein Gewinnspiel, bei dem es diesmal unter anderem Rob Shearman\'s "Lovesongs for the shy and cynical" in der Limited Edition (mit Handgeschriebenem Brief des Autors) zu gewinnen gibt.\n\nDer Whocast wunscht allen Horern ein gesundes, gluckliches und whoiges Jahr 2011

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  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #180 - We take the Outtakes out!

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Direct Podcast Download

    20:28 (GMT) - 31 Dec 2010

    b'

    Bevor es fur das Jahr 2010 zuende und fur uns ans Raclette geht, gibt es mit diesem Whocast die gesammelten Outtakes des Jahres. Ausserdem ein Gewinnspiel, bei dem es diesmal unter anderem Rob Shearman\'s "Lovesongs for the shy and cynical" in der Limited Edition (mit Handgeschriebenem Brief des Autors) zu gewinnen gibt.\n\nDer Whocast wunscht allen Horern ein gesundes, gluckliches und whoiges Jahr 2011

    '


  • Daveac Video Blog

    daveac vblog 128

    Daveac Video Blog

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    17:57 (GMT) - 31 Dec 2010

    b"\n
    \n\nIt's goodbye to the Noughties as we greet the future of 2011 - I'll drink to that!\n\n"


 
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