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  • Geek Syndicate

    Everything Comes Back to 2000 AD - Episode 15

    Geek Syndicate

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    14:13 (GMT) - 26 Nov 2009

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    After surviving the terrors of parental visits and swine flu, the guys\nare back to tackle progs 1659-1662. As usual expect spoilers throughout\nand language not suitable for the kiddies.

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  • Geek Syndicate

    Everything Comes Back to 2000 AD - Episode 15

    Geek Syndicate

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    14:13 (GMT) - 26 Nov 2009

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    After surviving the terrors of parental visits and swine flu, the guys\nare back to tackle progs 1659-1662. As usual expect spoilers throughout\nand language not suitable for the kiddies.

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  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #143 - The Waters of Mond

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    01:33 (GMT) - 26 Nov 2009

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    Wie sollte es anders sein, im heutigen Whocast geht es um das Doctor Who Special "The Waters of Mars". Ausserdem werden in diesem Cast alle noch offenstehenden Gewinnspiele aufgelost (und ein neues gestartet) und wir haben ein paar Horerzuschriften (und mp3s) zum Special. Fur die Augen ist diesmal auch was dabei - denn zusammen mit Raphael fuhren drei Damen durch den Cast, die den meisten Horern bekannt sein durften.

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  • Whocast.de (Deutsche)

    Whocast #143 - The Waters of Mond

    Whocast.de (Deutsche)

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    01:33 (GMT) - 26 Nov 2009

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    Wie sollte es anders sein, im heutigen Whocast geht es um das Doctor Who Special "The Waters of Mars". Ausserdem werden in diesem Cast alle noch offenstehenden Gewinnspiele aufgelost (und ein neues gestartet) und wir haben ein paar Horerzuschriften (und mp3s) zum Special. Fur die Augen ist diesmal auch was dabei - denn zusammen mit Raphael fuhren drei Damen durch den Cast, die den meisten Horern bekannt sein durften.

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  • Geek Syndicate

    Geek Syndiate - Tribute to Eric Martin Part 1

    Geek Syndicate

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    15:55 (GMT) - 23 Nov 2009

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    As\xc2\xa0 some of you know by now our friend, listener and fellow podcaster Eric Martin died Suddenly last week

    Eric was a good friend and had a great love of all things geek but especially comics and podcasting.

    We thought it would be a nice way to pay tribute to Eric by re-releasing the two episodes ( with a small introdedication from us) we recorded with Eric as part of our listener of the month feature.

    We want to pass on our condolences and thought to Eric's family and everyone who knew him.

    We will be releasing part 2 later in the week

    Dave and Barry

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  • Geek Syndicate

    Geek Syndiate - Tribute to Eric Martin Part 1

    Geek Syndicate

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    15:55 (GMT) - 23 Nov 2009

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    As some of you know by now our friend, listener and fellow podcaster Eric Martin died Suddenly last week

    Eric was a good friend and had a great love of all things geek but especially comics and podcasting.

    We thought it would be a nice way to pay tribute to Eric by re-releasing the two episodes ( with a small introdedication from us) we recorded with Eric as part of our listener of the month feature.

    We want to pass on our condolences and thought to Eric's family and everyone who knew him.

    We will be releasing part 2 later in the week

    Dave and Barry

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  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #169 - Peking Homunculus

    Radio Free Skaro

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    10:33 (GMT) - 23 Nov 2009

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    To commemorate the 46th anniversary of the debut of Doctor Who, The Three Who Rule felt it only fitting to invite fellow podcasting super-giant Ken Deep of Doctor Who: Podshock onto the show to not only discuss the news and events of the past week in the world of Who, but to wax on about how they became fans of the show, why they are all still fans, and how they all manage to spend a fair amount of time each week talking about what we, and no doubt you, think is the greatest TV programme ever invented \xe2\x80\x93 Doctor Who. We hope you enjoy this unique celebration.\n\nCheck out the show notes at www.radiofreeskaro.com.

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  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #169 - Peking Homunculus

    Radio Free Skaro

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    10:33 (GMT) - 23 Nov 2009

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    To commemorate the 46th anniversary of the debut of Doctor Who, The Three Who Rule felt it only fitting to invite fellow podcasting super-giant Ken Deep of Doctor Who: Podshock onto the show to not only discuss the news and events of the past week in the world of Who, but to wax on about how they became fans of the show, why they are all still fans, and how they all manage to spend a fair amount of time each week talking about what we, and no doubt you, think is the greatest TV programme ever invented - Doctor Who. We hope you enjoy this unique celebration.\n\nCheck out the show notes at www.radiofreeskaro.com.

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  • The RaT Project Live

    The RaT Project 55: Penguin Suits and a Desert Bus

    The RaT Project Live

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    07:00 (GMT) - 23 Nov 2009

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    Show Notes: theratproject.wordpress.com

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  • Podshock

    Doctor Who: Podshock 171

    Podshock

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    03:19 (GMT) - 23 Nov 2009

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    Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 171\n
    Running Time: 2:01:24

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    The Waters of Mars Reviewed, live feedback, Dave AC's Birthday, Doctor Who's 46th Anniversary, and more.

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    Hosted by Louis Trapani, Ken Deep, and Dave Cooper.

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    Brought to you by the Gallifreyan Embassy and is a production of Art Trap Productions.

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    This podcast is made possible in part by Podshock Supporting Subscribers and from donations from listeners like you.

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    This episode is sponsored by Audible.com. Visit www.audiblepodcast.com/podshock for your FREE audio-book download with free trial.

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    Do you want the Enhanced Podcast AAC file format? Get our Enhanced Podcast version of this episode using our feed at http://www.gallifreyanembassy.org/podshock/podshock.xml.

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  • Staggering Stories Podcast

    Staggering Stories Podcast #59: When Water Goes Wet

    Staggering Stories Podcast

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    11:50 (GMT) - 22 Nov 2009

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    Show Summary:
    \nAndy Simpkins, Adam J Purcell, Keith Dunn and a remote Jean Riddler talk about the Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars, Defying Gravity, give a 30 second recommendation, find some general news, and a variety of other stuff, specifically:

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    • 00:00 \xe2\x80\x93 Intro and theme tune.
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    • 00:38 \xe2\x80\x94 Welcome!
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    • 01:25 \xe2\x80\x93 News:
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    • 01:39 \xe2\x80\x94 Doctor Who: Air dates for The Waters of Mars in the Austrailia and Canadia.
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    • 02:36 \xe2\x80\x94 David Tennant: Pilots a new US series.
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    • 05:36 \xe2\x80\x94 Dollhouse: Sent to the attic, to DEATH!
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    • 07:57 \xe2\x80\x94 Being Human: SyFy version may change vampire Mitchell\xe2\x80\x99s sex.
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    • 09:53 \xe2\x80\x94 Gene Hunt: It\xe2\x80\x99s not just an advert, it\xe2\x80\x99s a BBC rip off advert.
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    • 11:18 \xe2\x80\x94 Doctor Who RPG: 30 November 2009 release but little info so far.
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    • 13:45 \xe2\x80\x93 Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars.
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    • 35:46 \xe2\x80\x93 30 Second Recommendation: Darker Projects.
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    • 36:51 \xe2\x80\x93 Defying Gravity.
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    • 47:43 \xe2\x80\x93 Emails and listener feedback.* Hit us yourself at show@StaggeringStories.net
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    • 75:20 \xe2\x80\x93 Farewell for this podcast!
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    • 75:45 \xe2\x80\x94 End theme, disclaimer, copyright, etc.
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    Vital Links:

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    • Staggering Stories.
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    • BBC: Doctor Who.
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    • David Tennant.
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    • Fox: Dollhouse.
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    • BBC: Being Human.
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    • Wikipedia: Gene Hunt.
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    • YouTube: M & S Christmas Advert 2009.
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    • Cubicle 7 (Makers of the Doctor Who RPG).
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    • BBC: Doctor Who \xe2\x80\x93 The Waters of Mars.
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    • Darker Projects.
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    • Wikipedia: Defying Gravity.
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    • Facebook: Staggering Stories Group.
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    • Twitter: Karen Dunn.
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    • Twitter: Adam J Purcell.
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  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE17 - Cultdom Waters of Mars!

    The Cultdom Collective

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    10:11 (GMT) - 22 Nov 2009

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    Doctor Who: Podshock LIVE will be discussing Doctor Who 'Waters of Mars' BUT now at 5PM - so now we are 'not a Podshock followup show'

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  • The Minute Doctor Who Podcast

    027 - Pull To Open

    The Minute Doctor Who Podcast

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    08:44 (GMT) - 22 Nov 2009

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    In which I take a look at the famous TARDIS sign. To sponsor me for Movember go to: http://uk.movember.com/mospace/13914/

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  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE17 - Cultdom Waters of Mars!

    The Cultdom Collective

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    05:11 (GMT) - 22 Nov 2009

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    Doctor Who: Podshock LIVE will be discussing Doctor Who 'Waters of Mars' BUT now at 5PM - so now we are 'not a Podshock followup show'

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  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE17 - Cultdom Waters of Mars!

    The Cultdom Collective

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    05:11 (GMT) - 22 Nov 2009

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    Doctor Who: Podshock LIVE will be discussing Doctor Who 'Waters of Mars' BUT now at 5PM - so now we are 'not a Podshock followup show'

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  • The Flashing Blade Podcast

    The Flashing Blade Podcast 1-25

    The Flashing Blade Podcast

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    03:53 (GMT) - 22 Nov 2009

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    Time for Martian shenannigans in the Waters Of Mars. Plenty of feedback, including some from Chinn (from the Ministry, don't you know?), Wyn and Professor Dave-With-No-Last-Name, and Tony comes face to face with the longest piece of audio feedback he's ever had in his podcasting career. You have been warned...
    Coming soon, Circular Time, Tomb Of The Cybermen, The Castle Of Fear and K9 and Company..

    All feedback to show@flashingblade.org.uk

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  • Doctor Who Review Today

    EPISODE 48-Review of Delta and the Bannermen & The Waters of Mars- Redited

    Doctor Who Review Today

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    20:10 (GMT) - 20 Nov 2009

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    Guest-hosted by Darth Skeptical Because of sound trouble the show had to be redone and redited.

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  • The TARDIS Tavern

    Episode 4: Because We're Obligated -- Our Waters of Mars Review

    The TARDIS Tavern

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    04:02 (GMT) - 20 Nov 2009

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    The gentlemen forego the technological anomoly known as Skype and actually venture out into an actual bar in Dallas (cheers to The Flying Saucer).\xc2\xa0 As required by the Gods of Podcasting, they speak of the latest televised adventure from the Doctor.

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    Not much happens here, except actual cigarettes are smoked (that would be Sean) and an actual waitress is involved (that would be a Guiness, please).\xc2\xa0 And we wrap it all up in time for Sean to catch his flight back to Austin and for Steve to play Ms. Pac-Man.\xc2\xa0 (Which I'm told is far superior to Pac-Man in that it involves different mazes and a menstrual cycle.)

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    So send your criticisms and kind thoughts to tardistavern@gmail.com.\xc2\xa0 And a special shout out to someone named Mary who (1) sent us our first (positive) bit of feedback and (2) being probably the only girl who cares to listen to our drunken asses and enjoys beer.\xc2\xa0 Ahhhh, Steve, if only...

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  • The2ndDoctors Podcast

    EPISODE5 - B-Movie Invasion.

    The2ndDoctors Podcast

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    14:09 (GMT) - 19 Nov 2009

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    "Carnival of Monsters" the 3rd Doctors brush with the Banned Miniscope, and his first travel in the newly freed Tardis.

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  • Tin Dog Podcast

    TDP 106: Waters of Mars & SJSA 3.5

    Tin Dog Podcast

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    09:42 (GMT) - 19 Nov 2009

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    The Waters of Mars is the second of the 2009 Specials leading up to the end of the David Tennant era. It aired on 15th November 2009 on BBC One.\n\n\nContents [show]\n1 Synopsis2 Plot3 Cast4 Crew5 References\n5.1 Earth history5.2 Locations5.3 Races and Species5.4 Robots\n\n6 Story Notes\n6.1 Ratings6.2 Filming Locations6.3 Discontinuity, Plot Holes, Errors\n\n7 Continuity8 International broadcasts9 DVD release10 External links11 Footnotes\n\n\n\nwgAfterContentAndJS.push(function() { if (window.showTocToggle) { window.tocShowText = "show"; window.tocHideText = "hide"; showTocToggle();}});\n Synopsis \nMars. 2059. Bowie Base One. Last recorded message: "Don\'t drink the water. Don\'t even touch it. Not one drop."\n\n\n Plot \nThe TARDIS arrives on Mars and the Doctor steps out in his spacesuit, seemingly just to relax and enjoy the landscape. Stumbling across a base inhabited by a team from Earth, the Doctor is detained by a remote-controlled robot called "GADGET" and brought inside. The base commander, Adelaide Brooke,\nis at first suspicious of the Doctor, but after a tense interrogation,\ndecides to trust him. The Doctor learns that the date is 21st November 2059, and that this is in fact Bowie Base One,\nthe first human outpost on Mars. History has it that on this date the\nbase was destroyed in a mysterious explosion and Brooke and her crew\nwere all killed. Unwilling to break the laws of time and interfere with\nfixed points in history, the Doctor decides to leave. However, at the\nvery same moment a crisis is developing: two crewmembers, Andy Stone and Maggie Cain, have been infected by a mysterious life form\nwhich takes over their bodies and causes them to gush copious amounts\nof water. Adelaide confiscates the Doctor\'s spacesuit, reasoning that\nhe could be responsible for the infection in some way, and orders him\nto come with her and another crewmember, Tarak Ital, to investigate.\n\nThe infection spreads, with Andy passing on the condition to\nTarak. The two men are contained in the base\'s "bio-sphere" section\nwhile Maggie is secured in the medical wing. In a conversation with\ncolleague Yuri Kerenski,\nthe organism occupying Maggie\'s body reveals its desire to reach Earth,\na planet rich in water. The crew plan to evacuate in an escape shuttle,\nand the Doctor breaks the news to Adelaide that she must die today, on\nMars, if events are to unfold as they should. However, he also tells\nher that her death will inspire her descendants to travel further into\nspace and establish peaceful relations with numerous extraterrestrial\nspecies. Unwillingly, Adelaide lets him leave. As the Doctor is making\nhis way back to the TARDIS, Maggie breaks out of confinement,\ninfiltrates the shuttle and infects pilot Ed Gold,\nAdelaide\'s deputy. Before the condition takes a hold over him, Ed\nmanages to trigger the shuttle\'s self-destruct mechanism, which traps\nthe infection on Mars but also leaves the surviving crew with no means\nof escape. The destruction of the shuttle is witnessed by the Doctor\nwho, overcome by defiance against time itself, returns to the base to\nsave the others.\n\nRealising that there is no way to change the course of history,\nAdelaide activates Bowie Base\'s self-destruct sequence. The infected\npersonnel mount the roof of the control centre and exude more water,\nwhich pours into the room and claims GADGET\'s operator, Roman Groom, and Steffie Ehrlich.\nHowever, the Doctor uses GADGET to access the TARDIS, operate its\ncontrols remotely and transport the time and space machine into the\nbase, rescuing Adelaide, Yuri and Mia Bennett from the resulting nuclear explosion.\n\nThe TARDIS materialises outside Adelaide\'s house on Earth. Mia\nand Yuri are shocked by their experiences on Mars and Doctor\'s power\nand depart, bewildered. In a conversation with Adelaide, the Doctor\nreflects on why he ultimately decided to save her and the others. He\nargues that the Time Lords\'\nrules were only valid while their civilisation existed, and that since\nhe is the last of his race he has total authority over time. He proudly\ndeclares himself the "Time Lord Victorious" and remarks that with this\npower he will now be able to save influential figures such as Adelaide\nas well as "little people" the likes of Yuri and Mia. Scolding the\nDoctor for his new found arrogance, Adelaide returns home and commits\nsuicide, reverting the changes that the Doctor has made to the timeline.\n\nOnly now understanding the full impact of his actions, the\nDoctor is overcome with horror and realises that there will be a price\nto pay for his interference. Ood Sigma\nappears in the street, prompting the Doctor to ask him whether he has\nfinally gone too far -- whether the time has come for him to die.\nUnresponsive, Sigma vanishes, and the Doctor staggers back into the\nTARDIS to the ominous sound of the Cloister Bell. With a defiant "No!", he begins to work the machine\'s controls.\n\n\n Cast \nThe Doctor - David Tennant \nAdelaide Brooke - Lindsay Duncan\nEd Gold - Peter O\'Brien\nTarak Ital - Chook Sibtain\nAndy Stone - Alan Ruscoe\nMaggie Cain - Sharon Duncan-Brewster\nMia Bennett - Gemma Chan \nYuri Kerenski - Aleksander Mikic \nSteffie Ehrlich - Cosima Shaw \nRoman Groom - Michael Goldsmith\nEmily Brooke - Lily Bevan \nMikhail Kerenski - Max Bollinger\nUlrika Ehrlich - Anouska Strahnz\nLisette Ehrlich - Zofia Strahnz\nAdelaide\'s Father - Charlie De\'ath\nOod Sigma - Paul Kasey\nYoung Adelaide - Rachel Fewell\n\n\n Crew \n\n\n\n\n1st Assistant Director - William Hartley \n2nd Assistant Director - James DeHaviland \n3rd Assistant Director - Sarah Davies\nLocation Manager - Gareth Skelding\nUnit Manager - Geraint Williams\nProduction Co-ordinator - Jess van Niekerk\nProduction Secretary - Kevin Myers \nProduction Runner - Sian Warrilow\nFloor Runner - Alison Jones\nContinuity - Llinos Wyn Jones\nScript Editor - Gary Russell\nCamera Operators - Roger Pearce, Rory Taylor \nFocus Pullers - Steve Rees, Jamie Southcott\nGrip - John Robinson \nCamera Assistants - Jon Vidgen, Tom Hartley \nGaffer - Mark Hutchings \nBest Boy - Peter Chester \nElectricians - Ben Griffiths, Jonathon Cox \nBoom Operators - Jeff Welch, Bryn Thomas \nStunt Co-ordinator - Abbi Collins\nChoreographer - Ailsa Berk Supervising \nArt Director - Stephen Nicholas \nAssociate Designer - James North\n\n\n\nArt Department Coordinator - Amy Pope \nStandby Art Director - Ciaran Thompson\nStandby Props - Phill Shellard, Jackson Pope \nSet Decorator - Joelle Rumbelow \nProperty Master - Paul Aitken \nConstruction Manager - Matthew Hywel-Davies \nGraphics - BBC Wales Graphics \nCostume Supervisor - Lindsay Bonaccorsi\nAssistant Costume Designer - Rose Goodhart \nCostume Assistants - Barbara Harrington, Louise Martin\nMake-Up Artists - Pam Mullins, Steve Smith, Morag Smith \nCasting Associate - Andy Brierley \nCasting Assistant - Alice Purse \nVFX Editor - Ceres Doyle\nPost Production Supervisors - Samantha Hall, Chris Blatchford \nPost Production Co-ordinator - Marie Brown \nColourist - Mick Vincent \nDubbing Mixer - Tim Ricketts \nSupervising Sound Editor - Paul McFadden \nSound FX Editor - Paul Jefferies\nDialogue Editor - Douglas Sinclair\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n References \nAdelaide was 10 years old when the Earth was stolen by the Daleks, she witnessed one herself.\nWhilst on Earth when the Doctor is in the TARDIS the cloister bell is audible.\n\n\n Earth history\nAdelaide Brooke says that the last forty years on Earth have\nbeen chaos, with massive climate change, ozone degredation, and "the\noil apocalypse"; humanity "almost reached extinction" during this\nperiod. Andy\'s obituary mentions "appalling storm conditions" in 2040, and climate change affecting agriculture in 2045. \nMaggie believes the Doctor may be a Philippino or Spanish\nastronaut, as the Philippines are rumoured to be building a Mars rocket\nand Spain have a "space link" that they managed to keep secret. Andy\nStone\'s sister worked for the Spanish space programme. Ed Gold believes\nthe Doctor is from a non-state independent group, referring to the\nBranson Inheritance.\nVarious lunar missions have been carried out, including ten German missions and Project Pit Stop, establishing a refueling station on the moon. Mars was landed on in 2041,\nwith Adelaide Brooke as part of the crew. Thirty years after 2059,\nBrooke\'s granddaughter Susan will pilot the first lightspeed ship.\nAt least one of the webpages -- the one showing Brooke\'s granddaughter -- dates from the 2080s or later, suggesting the Internet still exists in some form in the late 21st century.\n\n\n Locations\nBowie Base One is Earth\'s first off world colony.\n\n\n"Bowie Base One" is a reference to the David Bowie song\n"Life on Mars", which is also the name of a BBC TV series set in 1972\nstarring John Simm, who currently plays The Master.\n\n\n\nBowie Base One is located on Mars in the Gusev Crater.\n\n\n Races and Species\nThe Doctor mentions the Ice Warriors and suggests that they may have frozen the Flood.\n\n\n Robots\n The Doctor said that he hates "funny robots" but notes that he\'d be okay with a robot dog.\nGadget was built by Roman Groom using parts from the drones that constructed Bowie Base One.\n\n\n Story Notes \nThis story was initially envisaged as a Christmas special,\nseveral festive references remain, such as the crew on Mars preparing\nfor Christmas dinner, and it snowing when the Doctor arrives back on\nEarth as he exclaims how he likes snow. This story was originally entitled; Red Christmas.\nAs Lindsay Duncan\nhas been cast as a companion, she is the oldest actor to play a\ncompanion on television since the beginning of the series, although\nthis title will be taken away from her in the next episode when Bernard Cribbins becomes the Doctor\'s companion.\n\n\n Ratings\n9.1m\n33.9% of TV share\n\n\n Filming Locations \nVictoria Place, Newport\nNational Botanic Gardens of Wales, Carmarthenshire\nTaff\'s Well quarry, Cardiff, Wales\n\n\n Discontinuity, Plot Holes, Errors \nIf no Human had ever heard of the Ice Warriors then how can the events of NA: The Dying Days not be known by the Humans? The\nnovels may not be considered canon, by the current production team,\nalso that event may have been in flux. It is never explicitly stated\nthat Humans have never heard of the Ice Warriors. When the Doctor\nmentions them, Adelaide simply states, "I haven\'t got time for stories."\n\n\nAfter the explosion of the shuttle, several fires are burning\nall around the site. Taking into account the initial explosion was\nfueled by the base\'s oxygen, and given that Mars has no appreciable\natmosphere, how can these smaller fires burn in the vacuum? Because Mars does have an atmosphere, albeit one with a pressure roughly equivalent to one hundredth that of Earth\'s atmosphere.\n\n\nGiven that Mars\'s thin atmosphere consists primarily of carbon\ndioxide, with a very small concentration of oxygen (which is required\nfor combustion), how can the smaller fires after the explosion burn? There\nis a lot we don\'t know about Bowie Base One. We don\'t know what sort of\nfuel they\'re using, we don\'t know how the self-destruct mechanism on\nthe rocket works.\n\n\nIn Father\'s Day\nThe Reapers turned up due to Rose saving her father when somebody who\nwas dead is now alive - surely this should be the case now for Yuri and\nMia as they should have died but are now alive. The Reapers only\nshowed up in Fathers Day due to Rose saving her father\'s life, as then,\nthat altered the timeline meaning that in the future Rose wouldn\'t have\ntravelled to the past to save her father, causing a paradox, the Doctor\nonly changed the future when he saved Adelaide\'s life. Had Adelaide\'s\ngranddaughter travelled back in time to save her grandmother, for\ninstance, that would more likely have caught the Reapers\' attention.\nAlso, as Adelaide almost immediately kills herself, thereby maintaining\nthe timeline, there was no need for the Reapers to appear.\n\n\nThe news article on Adelaide claims that she was born in 1999 and yet was also 10 when her parents died in 2008. (There was clearly a typo in the article in regards to either the year or her age.)\n\n\nThe news article identifies The Stolen Earth as occuring in 2008, instead of 2009 (as the show\'s been a year ahead since Aliens of London). The\nproduction team have deliberately stated that Series Three occurs\nwithin a space of a few days to rectify the year-off discrepancy that\nAliens of London introduced, so the Whoniverse timeline is in sync with\nours again. (Two explanations: either the article we were "seeing" had some sort of typo, or the events of The Stolen Earth actually did happen in 2008.) \n\n\nThe news article on the mission refers to "Dr Tarak Ital MD."\nIt would be correct to write either the "Dr" or the "MD," but both at\nonce is redundant and grammatically incorrect. Ital\'s obituary also\nmisspells "Havana". It is correct if the person has both an MD and a PhD.\n\n\nThe article on Susie Fontana Brooke\'s first "Faster then Light" flight lists Adelaide\'s team at the end as hers.\n\n\nWhy would the Doctor comment on Mia\'s age when Roman is two years younger than her? \n\n\nWhen it is revealed that Maggie is one of the creatures, the\nouter shot shows her hair back while in the closer shot, it is around\nher face.\n\n\n Continuity \nThe Doctor speaks partially to the events of DW: The Fires of Pompeii.\n There is a flashback to (which includes a cameo by a Dalek) DW: The Stolen Earth / Journey\'s End \n The spacesuit the Doctor wore was the same suit from DW: The Impossible Planet / The Satan Pit.\nMars appears not to have much of an atmosphere, however NA: The Dying Days suggests otherwise.\nSJA: The Mad Woman in the Attic is also (partially) set in 2059.\nCarmen\'s prophecy "he will knock four times" is mentioned from DW: Planet of the Dead.\n Sound clips of the Doctor talking about the Time Lords and The Time War are used from DW: Gridlock, Utopia / The Sound of Drums / Last of the Time Lords\n\n\n International broadcasts\n ABC1 - Australia\xc2\xa0: 6th December 2009[1]\n BBC America: 19th December 2009\n Space - Canada: 19th December 2009[2]\n\n\n

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  • Geek Syndicate

    Small Press Big Mouth - Episode 12

    Geek Syndicate

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    08:01 (GMT) - 19 Nov 2009

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    Welcome one and all to Episode 12 of Small Press Big Mouth, back after a small illness related hiatus.\xc2\xa0 This time round we have news from Hi Ex the International Comic Con held in Inverness and we review Asterix, a couple of books by Tony Lee, Murky Depths #9, Space Monkeys by Paper Jam Comics and Coupledom by Andy Waugh, 2 books by Scott Hampton aaaaand maybe some more but I'm old and I've been ill and I've forgotten!\xc2\xa0 Though I can tell you that nothing beats Diagnosis Murder when your ill - fact! Enjoy.

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  • Geek Syndicate

    Small Press Big Mouth - Episode 12

    Geek Syndicate

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    08:01 (GMT) - 19 Nov 2009

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    Welcome one and all to Episode 12 of Small Press Big Mouth, back after a small illness related hiatus. This time round we have news from Hi Ex the International Comic Con held in Inverness and we review Asterix, a couple of books by Tony Lee, Murky Depths #9, Space Monkeys by Paper Jam Comics and Coupledom by Andy Waugh, 2 books by Scott Hampton aaaaand maybe some more but I'm old and I've been ill and I've forgotten! Though I can tell you that nothing beats Diagnosis Murder when your ill - fact! Enjoy.

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  • The RaT Project Live

    The RaT Project 54 - Of Time Lords and Cartoon Cats

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    07:00 (GMT) - 19 Nov 2009

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    Show notes can be found at theratproject.wordpress.com.

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  • The Cultdom Collective

    Studio Epi - Hurricane Who - Report & Interviews

    The Cultdom Collective

    Direct Podcast Download

    03:00 (GMT) - 18 Nov 2009

    b'

    A studio episode of The Cultdom Collective Podcast on Hurricane Who - including interviews with Toby Hadoke, Colin Spaul and Rob Shearman.

    '


  • The Cultdom Collective

    Studio Epi - Hurricane Who - Report & Interviews

    The Cultdom Collective

    Direct Podcast Download

    22:00 (GMT) - 17 Nov 2009

    b'

    A studio episode of The Cultdom Collective Podcast on Hurricane Who - including interviews with Toby Hadoke, Colin Spaul and Rob Shearman.

    '


  • The Cultdom Collective

    Studio Epi - Hurricane Who - Report & Interviews

    The Cultdom Collective

    Direct Podcast Download

    22:00 (GMT) - 17 Nov 2009

    b'

    A studio episode of The Cultdom Collective Podcast on Hurricane Who - including interviews with Toby Hadoke, Colin Spaul and Rob Shearman.

    '


  • The RaT Project Live

    The RaT Project 38 - Waters of Mars Review [SPOILERS]

    The RaT Project Live

    Direct Podcast Download

    06:00 (GMT) - 17 Nov 2009

    b'

    On this episode, Rand reviews the latest episode of Doctor Who, The Waters of Mars.

    '


  • The Cultdom Collective

    Studio Epi - Waters of Mars [SPOILERS]

    The Cultdom Collective

    Direct Podcast Download

    13:00 (GMT) - 16 Nov 2009

    b'

    Recorded with a number of Cultdom Collective members who had just watched this Dr Who Special. FULL of spoilers - listen to only after watching the Special!

    '


  • Doctor Who Comics: Vworpcast

    Vworpcast Episode 5- Get Your Dr. Who Comics Pt.3 Finding Dr. Who Comics

    Doctor Who Comics: Vworpcast

    Direct Podcast Download

    10:13 (GMT) - 16 Nov 2009

    b'

    A few places where you can find your Doctor Who comics.

    \n

    Show notes:
    \nSupport Vworpcast and purchase Dr. Who comics sold by me on eBay

    \n

    Vworpcast Book Club
    \n
    \n
    \nIDW\xe2\x80\x99s shop
    \n
    \n
    \nWho North America

    \n

    Doctor Who Store

    \n

    Nothing at the End of the Lane
    \n
    \n
    \nDoctor Who Fragments

    \nSend to Facebook

    Post to Twitter

    '


  • Doctor Who Comics: Vworpcast

    Vworpcast Episode 5- Get Your Dr. Who Comics Pt.3 Finding Dr. Who Comics

    Doctor Who Comics: Vworpcast

    Direct Podcast Download

    10:13 (GMT) - 16 Nov 2009

    b'

    A few places where you can find your Doctor Who comics.

    \n

    Show notes:
    \nSupport Vworpcast and purchase Dr. Who comics sold by me on eBay

    \n

    Vworpcast Book Club
    \n
    \n
    \nIDW\xe2\x80\x99s shop
    \n
    \n
    \nWho North America

    \n

    Doctor Who Store

    \n

    Nothing at the End of the Lane
    \n
    \n
    \nDoctor Who Fragments

    \nSend to Facebook

    Post to Twitter

    '


  • The Cultdom Collective

    Studio Epi - Waters of Mars [SPOILERS]

    The Cultdom Collective

    Direct Podcast Download

    08:00 (GMT) - 16 Nov 2009

    b'

    Recorded with a number of Cultdom Collective members who had just watched this Dr Who Special. FULL of spoilers - listen to only after watching the Special!

    '


  • The Cultdom Collective

    Studio Epi - Waters of Mars [SPOILERS]

    The Cultdom Collective

    Direct Podcast Download

    08:00 (GMT) - 16 Nov 2009

    b'

    Recorded with a number of Cultdom Collective members who had just watched this Dr Who Special. FULL of spoilers - listen to only after watching the Special!

    '


  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #168 - Squee House of Horror

    Radio Free Skaro

    Direct Podcast Download

    06:24 (GMT) - 16 Nov 2009

    b'

    After seven long months, Doctor Who returned to the airwaves in high style with \xe2\x80\x9cThe Waters of Mars,\xe2\x80\x9d a toppoer of a story and one heck of a lead-in to the Doctor\xe2\x80\x99s imminent demise and resurrection. The Three Who Rule were effusive in their praise of WoM, though somewhat less so when the conversation came to the latest episodes of the Sarah Jane Adventures, which Chris (also known as \xe2\x80\x9cCurmudge-or\xe2\x80\x9d) succinctly labeled as \xe2\x80\x9cpoop\xe2\x80\x9d. The trio even discussed how Steven somehow managed to get onto UK radio last week and participate in a conference call with David Tennant. Intellectual banter and relentless name-dropping ahoy!\n\nCheck out the show notes at www.radiofreeskaro.com

    '


  • Radio Free Skaro

    Radio Free Skaro #168 - Squee House of Horror

    Radio Free Skaro

    Direct Podcast Download

    06:24 (GMT) - 16 Nov 2009

    b'

    After seven long months, Doctor Who returned to the airwaves in high style with "The Waters of Mars," a toppoer of a story and one heck of a lead-in to the Doctor\'s imminent demise and resurrection. The Three Who Rule were effusive in their praise of WoM, though somewhat less so when the conversation came to the latest episodes of the Sarah Jane Adventures, which Chris (also known as "Curmudge-or") succinctly labeled as "poop". The trio even discussed how Steven somehow managed to get onto UK radio last week and participate in a conference call with David Tennant. Intellectual banter and relentless name-dropping ahoy!\n\nCheck out the show notes at www.radiofreeskaro.com

    '


  • Podshock

    Doctor Who: Podshock 170

    Podshock

    Direct Podcast Download

    03:05 (GMT) - 16 Nov 2009

    b'

    Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 170\n
    Running Time: 1:17:11

    \n

    Interviews with writer Rob Shearman, actor Colin Spuall, and comedian Toby Hadoke while at Hurricane Who (special thanks to correspondents Ian Bissett and Tara Wheeler), News, Feedback, and more.

    \n

    Hosted by Ken Deep, James Naughton, and Louis Trapani.

    \n

    Brought to you by the Gallifreyan Embassy and is a production of Art Trap Productions.

    \n

    This podcast is made possible in part by Podshock Supporting Subscribers and from donations from listeners like you.

    \n

    Do you want the Enhanced Podcast AAC file format? Get our Enhanced Podcast version of this episode using our feed at http://www.gallifreyanembassy.org/podshock/podshock.xml.

    '


  • Bridging the Rift

    #13: Cursed Episode Thirteen

    Bridging the Rift

    Direct Podcast Download

    00:35 (GMT) - 16 Nov 2009

    b"

    Recorded on Friday the 13th after various failings, we return late\nand joined by no one but ourselves to record our cursed episode 13.\nWe're sorry, we're so so sorry.\n

    However we make the best of it by looking at new trock, comics, art\nand fiction that caught our eye, hear your feedback to episode 11, and\nopen the floor to answer some tricky listener questions.

    \nShow Notes\nNews\n

    @ 2 minutes 10 seconds - We fill you in on some reason fan creativity news:

    \n

    New Torchwood Babiez comic instalment:
    \nhttp://tw-babiez.livejournal.com/10954.html

    \n

    Rich Morris comics projects:
    \nhttp://comics.shipsinker.com/graphic-novels/
    \nhttp://comics.shipsinker.com/the-ten-doctors/
    \nhttp://comics.shipsinker.com/category/dr-who/forever_janette/
    \nhttp://comics.shipsinker.com/category/dr-who/stalker_of_norfolk/

    \n

    Doctor Who Fragments, 1 page comics project:
    \nhttp://doctorwhofragments.deviantart.com/
    \nhttp://doctorwhofragments.deviantart.com/gallery/

    \n

    Chameleon Circuit live gig:
    \n http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nWFERC_5DNU
    \n http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=428Y0i49hkM
    \n http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yNb906saXi8
    \n(Search 'Chartjackers gig' for more!)

    \n

    Chameleon Circuit on Stickaid 2009:
    \nPerformance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAzQNBv0d1U
    \nInterview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMbqIFyyrCE
    \nQuiz: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWgw14MG_6w

    \n

    Tom Milsom's Trockstuff EP released for free download by DFTBA records:
    \n http://dftba.com/shop/pages/Free-Downloads.html

    \nFeedback\n

    @ 9 minutes 45 seconds - We look at your feedback to episode 11 in which we discussed Guilty Pleasures and Caricatures:

    \n

    DTDStudio Caricatures: http://dtdstudio.deviantart.com/

    \n

    LeagueOf1: http://leagueof1.deviantart.com/
    \nAlien-Dalek Hybrid: http://leagueof1.deviantart.com/art/DALEK-ALIEN-HYBRID-final-136089165
    \nEve versus Davros: http://leagueof1.deviantart.com/art/EVE-Vs-DAVROS-138739159
    \nPerils of Potluck: http://leagueof1.deviantart.com/gallery/#PERILS-OF-POT-LUCK

    \n

    The Sketchian Adventures: http://sketchians.blogspot.com/

    \nCreativity Corner\n

    @ 40 minutes - We share some fan creativity that caught our eye recently:

    \n

    Katrina's fan fiction choice:
    \nBorrowed Time (Warning: NC-17 slash fiction): http://blackfic.livejournal.com/34823.html
    \nLJ TARDIS Big Bang Contest: http://copperbadge.livejournal.com/2791316.html

    \n

    Draculasaurus's Tardis SPOILER art: http://draculasaurus.deviantart.com/art/SPOILERS-look-away-141062989

    \n

    Tardis interiors fan art:
    \n http://greyfin.deviantart.com/art/in-her-best-light-142951092
    \n http://draculasaurus.deviantart.com/art/console-143224850
    \n http://sheldonsands.deviantart.com/art/Space-Arse-142927482

    \n

    grekwood Tardis interior diorama:
    \n http://grekwood.deviantart.com/art/Dr-Who-DOD-2009-rear-view-142916450
    \n http://grekwood.deviantart.com/art/The-Doctor-and-the-Master-142834924

    \n

    Crafty TARDIS: http://community.livejournal.com/crafty_tardis/

    \n

    Action figure customisations:
    \nDecrepit Master by batmanmarch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wt-RbfnEV6o
    \nFrasierDalek's amazing custom sculpts: http://frasierdalek.deviantart.com/gallery/#Sculptures

    \n

    Halloween funny fan comic: http://karlarei2003.deviantart.com/art/Halloween-for-Doctor-Who-141975691

    \n

    Torchwood: Consequences collection:
    \n http://denofgeek.com/comics/359110/torchwood_consequences_book_review.html
    \n http://www.bbcshop.com/Science-Fiction/Torchwood-Consequences/invt/9781846077845

    \nMain Discussion\n

    @ 51 minutes 15 seconds - We answer your questions, submitted by Twitter:

    \n

    Braxietel: How do reconcile Ace's death and departures in the Comics/books and audio?

    \n

    sjcaustenite: What about Jack's missing 2 years?

    \n

    Braxietel: Ian Levine, God or Git? (same could probably be asked about Lawrence Miles)

    \n

    MrChinn: 'Out of their evil, must come something good' from Genesis. Is the Doctor arguing for non intervention?

    \n

    TheGreenMoon (deviantART): Is the Doctor being selfish in Blink by\nmaking Sally Sparrow do the work when he could just wait a few decades?

    \n

    Braxietel: Will Paterson Joseph ever get to be the Doctor?

    \n

    Braxietel: Will @BridgingTheRift ever cover fan films/fan edits and the like?

    \n

    We also comment on recent discussions about the artistic merit of time lord rock and fan music.

    \nNext Time\n

    @ 1 hour 20 minutes 45 seconds - Next time we're still intending to discuss Fandom versus Rose Tyler.

    \n

    If you have any feedback about any of the topics we've discussed, please leave comments on the blog at http://bridgingtherift.wordpress.com/ send audio feedback under three minutes (and preferably with a transcript) to our GoogleMail address, or direct short comments @BridgingTheRift on Twitter.

    \nTrocking Out\n@ 1 hour 21 minutes 50 seconds - We play out with New Earth from Tom Milsom's new Trockstuff EP released for free download from DFTBA.com - Thanks to DFTBA records for kind permission to use this track. Tom also has two non-trock albums which are available now:
    \n http://tommilsom.com/
    \n http://dftba.com/shop/pages/Free-Downloads.html
    \n http://tommilsom.com/buy-my-stuff.html
    \n http://dftba.com/shop/products/Painfully-Mainstream-[CD].html"


  • Hoo on Who

    Episode 15 - City of Death

    Hoo on Who

    Direct Podcast Download

    19:36 (GMT) - 15 Nov 2009

    b'

    In this episode, I review the Tom Baker story, City of Death, discuss theme song issues, read email feedback from listeners and also play a promo from a the Professor How Podcast.

    '


  • Hoo on Who

    Episode 15 - City of Death

    Hoo on Who

    Direct Podcast Download

    19:36 (GMT) - 15 Nov 2009

    b'

    In this episode, I review the Tom Baker story, City of Death, discuss theme song issues, read email feedback from listeners and also play a promo from a the Professor How Podcast.

    '


  • Waffle On Podcast

    Rentaghost

    Waffle On Podcast

    Direct Podcast Download

    18:06 (GMT) - 15 Nov 2009

    b"

    Rentaghost\n\nRentaghost was a classic British children's television comedy show produced and broadcast by the BBC between 6 January 1976 and 11 June 1984. The shows plot centred on the antics of a number of ghosts who worked for a firm called Rentaghost, which rented out the ghosts for various tasks.\n\nJoin Meds and kell as they waffle on about this classic TV show, its almost been forgotten except from those kids born in the late sixties to the early seventies. Its a great concept for a show and when you look back at it the word fun comes to mind. Although we do not say it at the beginning we do have comments about Rentaghost and many thanks to Daniel Vieira, Tim Morris and Mike Featherstone.\n\nThere is also a competition on this episode, yes good people. If you would like to win a CD called Stargazer (ambient music to chill out and watch the stars go by) by the wonderful Rick Moyer then please answer the question that we ask and send your answer to waffleonpodcast@googlemail.com and you could win a great free cd.\n\nUsual promos are played at the end plus a secret (doh! told you) Easter Egg promo for Anomaly. :)\n\nEnjoy

    "


  • Waffle On Podcast

    Rentaghost

    Waffle On Podcast

    Direct Podcast Download

    18:06 (GMT) - 15 Nov 2009

    b"

    Rentaghost\n\nRentaghost was a classic British children's television comedy show produced and broadcast by the BBC between 6 January 1976 and 11 June 1984. The shows plot centred on the antics of a number of ghosts who worked for a firm called Rentaghost, which rented out the ghosts for various tasks.\n\nJoin Meds and kell as they waffle on about this classic TV show, its almost been forgotten except from those kids born in the late sixties to the early seventies. Its a great concept for a show and when you look back at it the word fun comes to mind. Although we do not say it at the beginning we do have comments about Rentaghost and many thanks to Daniel Vieira, Tim Morris and Mike Featherstone.\n\nThere is also a competition on this episode, yes good people. If you would like to win a CD called Stargazer (ambient music to chill out and watch the stars go by) by the wonderful Rick Moyer then please answer the question that we ask and send your answer to waffleonpodcast@googlemail.com and you could win a great free cd.\n\nUsual promos are played at the end plus a secret (doh! told you) Easter Egg promo for Anomaly. :)\n\nEnjoy

    "


  • Waffle On Podcast

    Rentaghost

    Waffle On Podcast

    Direct Podcast Download

    17:06 (GMT) - 15 Nov 2009

    b"

    \n

    Rentaghost

    \n

    Rentaghost was a classic British children's television comedy show produced and broadcast by the BBC between 6 January 1976 and 11 June 1984. The shows plot centred on the antics of a number of ghosts who worked for a firm called Rentaghost, which rented out the ghosts for various tasks.

    \n

    Join Meds and kell as they waffle on about this classic TV show, its almost been forgotten except from those kids born in the late sixties to the early seventies. Its a great concept for a show and when you look back at it the word fun comes to mind. Although we do not say it at the beginning we do have comments about Rentaghost and many thanks to Daniel Vieira, Tim Morris and Mike Featherstone.

    \n

    There is also a competition on this episode, yes good people. If you would like to win a CD called Stargazer (ambient music to chill out and watch the stars go by) by the wonderful Rick Moyer then please answer the question that we ask and send your answer to waffleonpodcast@googlemail.com and you could win a great free cd.

    \n

    Usual promos are played at the end plus a secret (doh! told you) Easter Egg promo for Anomaly.

    \n

    Enjoy\n

    \n"


  • Bigger on the Inside

    Bigger on the Inside - Episode 26

    Bigger on the Inside

    Direct Podcast Download

    16:45 (GMT) - 15 Nov 2009

    b'

    A bunch of bullies show up and do a lot of, well, bullying while trying to enslave an alien race ("The Dominators"). Then the trio enters The Void and find themselves in the clutches of an evil mastermind ("The Mind Robber"). Before that, however, Mike makes an announcement about Chicago TARDIS.

    '


  • Waffle On Podcast

    Waffle On about Rentaghost

    Waffle On Podcast

    Direct Podcast Download

    16:06 (GMT) - 15 Nov 2009

    b'

    \n

    Rentaghost

    \n

    Rentaghost was a classic British children\xe2\x80\x99s television comedy show produced and broadcast by the BBC between 6 January 1976 and 11 June 1984. The shows plot centred on the antics of a number of ghosts who worked for a firm called Rentaghost, which rented out the ghosts for various tasks.

    \n

    Join Meds and kell as they waffle on about this classic TV show, its almost been forgotten except from those kids born in the late sixties to the early seventies. Its a great concept for a show and when you look back at it the word fun comes to mind. Although we do not say it at the beginning we do have comments about Rentaghost and many thanks to Daniel Vieira, Tim Morris and Mike Featherstone.

    \n

    There is also a competition on this episode, yes good people. If you would like to win a CD called Stargazer (ambient music to chill out and watch the stars go by) by the wonderful Rick Moyer then please answer the question that we ask and send your answer to waffleonpodcast@googlemail.com and you could win a great free cd.

    \n

    Usual promos are played at the end plus a secret (doh! told you) Easter Egg promo for Anomaly.

    \n

    Enjoy\n

    \n'


  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE16 - Cultdom - SciFi Sermons

    The Cultdom Collective

    Direct Podcast Download

    10:41 (GMT) - 15 Nov 2009

    b'

    This week we are talking about the use of God, religious symbols & ideas as featured in TV & Film.

    '


  • Geek Syndicate

    Geek Syndicate meets Amanda Tapping Again!

    Geek Syndicate

    Direct Podcast Download

    08:11 (GMT) - 15 Nov 2009

    b'

    Once again Amanda Tapping of Sanctuary and Stargate fame pays a\nwelcome visit to Geek Syndicate. Barry flys solo on this interview as\nthey discuss All things Sanctuary.

    \n

    Amanda talks about the cast\nchanges this season, some season two titbits and reveals some\nembarrassing set moments. There is also some chat about the new\nNot-for-Profit Foundation, SANCTUARY FOR KIDS that Amanda is spearheading.

    \n

    HUGE SPOILERS FOR EPISODES 1-3 OF SEASON 2

    \n

    Enjoy!

    \n'


  • Geek Syndicate

    Geek Syndicate meets Amanda Tapping Again!

    Geek Syndicate

    Direct Podcast Download

    08:11 (GMT) - 15 Nov 2009

    b'

    Once again Amanda Tapping of Sanctuary and Stargate fame pays a\nwelcome visit to Geek Syndicate. Barry flys solo on this interview as\nthey discuss All things Sanctuary.

    \n

    Amanda talks about the cast\nchanges this season, some season two titbits and reveals some\nembarrassing set moments. There is also some chat about the new\nNot-for-Profit Foundation, SANCTUARY FOR KIDS that Amanda is spearheading.

    \n

    HUGE SPOILERS FOR EPISODES 1-3 OF SEASON 2

    \n

    Enjoy!

    '


  • The Flashing Blade Podcast

    The Flashing Blade Podcast 1-24

    The Flashing Blade Podcast

    Direct Podcast Download

    06:44 (GMT) - 15 Nov 2009

    b"

    This time around, entropy increases as Jo! and Tony chant block transfer computations about Logopolis. And there's feedback including strange things from Wyn and Professor Dave-with-no-last-name, and the debut of the TCE Doctor Who Theatre. Send your reviews of The Waters Of Mars and the Sarah Jane Adventures to show@flashingblade.org.uk

    "


  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE16 - Cultdom - SciFi Sermons

    The Cultdom Collective

    Direct Podcast Download

    05:41 (GMT) - 15 Nov 2009

    b'

    This week we are talking about the use of God, religious symbols & ideas as featured in TV & Film.

    '


  • The Cultdom Collective

    EPISODE16 - Cultdom - SciFi Sermons

    The Cultdom Collective

    Direct Podcast Download

    05:41 (GMT) - 15 Nov 2009

    b'

    This week we are talking about the use of God, religious symbols & ideas as featured in TV & Film.

    '


 
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