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Geeklectic

Geeklectic
Description:
two nerdy guys ramble semi-weekly about all things related to geekdom, nerdery, pop-culture, or just things that they find cool

Homepage: http://geeklectic.blogspot.com/

RSS Feed: http://geeklectic.hipcast.com/rss/geeklectic_podcast.xml

Geeklectic Statistics
Episodes:
353
Average Episode Duration:
0:0:54:29
Longest Episode Duration:
0:1:55:39
Total Duration of all Episodes:
13 days, 8 hours, 32 minutes and 17 seconds
Earliest Episode:
7 February 2013 (12:31am GMT)
Latest Episode:
27 January 2018 (8:14pm GMT)
Average Time Between Episodes:
5 days, 3 hours, 27 minutes and 19 seconds

Geeklectic Episodes

  • Ep 92 - The Moffat Years (Part One)

    27 January 2018 (8:14pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 5 minutes and 2 seconds

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    Rollicking Retcons! It\'s the first part of our big, gallumphin\', Stephen Moffat retrospective. The good, the bad, and the Silence. Clay, Christine, Andy, and new guy Dustin Hausner had a lot of fun with this one - so much fun, we had to split it in two.\n\n@coalhillcon\npodcast@coalhill.com\n\nMusic:\nLots of things from the soundtrack, and "Only In Dreams" by Weezer at the end.

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  • Ep 91 - Twice Upon And Time

    29 December 2017 (11:03pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 55 minutes and 5 seconds

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    Great galloping glass people! It\'s Christmas in the trenches, where the frost so bitter hung. We start with two Doctors and eventually work our way to three as we bid farewell to Peter Capaldi, Steven Moffat, Murray Gold, Pearl Mackie, Matt Lucas, Jenna Coleman, and Mark Gatiss, who bears the honor of having the most important mustache in the universe. We had a lot of feelings about this episode, so yeah, this one\'s embarrassingly long, but we promise that if you listen to the very, very end, we\'ll send you the Official Coal Hill 2018 Sexy Porgs calendar*. \n\n*-we will not do any such thing.\n\nMusic:\n"Christmas In The Trenches" - Robbie O\'Connell (written by John McCutcheon.) \n\npodcast@coalhill.com\nTwitter: @coalhillcon

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  • Ep 90 - The Moonbase

    16 December 2017 (8:17pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 58 minutes and 54 seconds

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    Lumberin\' Lunacy! The Second Doctor meets the Cybermen for the first time, who are on a devious quest to fake the moon landing, or control the weather, or give people some kind of craft-store related disease. We\'re not sure exactly. Regardless, have Polly put the kettle on, because while this is a bang-on episode of the Coal Hill AV Club, "The Moonbase" itself is a bit... something. \n\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\nemail: podcast@coalhill.com

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  • FIXED Ep 89 - LI Who part 2 (Gatiss Got Back)

    8 December 2017 (4:01am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 58 minutes and 58 seconds

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    **UPDATE** \nHey folks, it's me, your faithful editor. There was a massive glitchy thing at the end of the previous version of this episode where we all appeared to be talking over each other and it was embarrassing and bad. So here's the new version. Please listen to this one and delete the last version from your memory, kthnxbai.\n\nAhem.\n\nSYLVESTER MCCOY! WARIS HUSSEIN! RICHARD ASHTON! And so much more, live from LI Who 5. \n\npodcast@coalhill.com\nTwitter: @coalhillcon

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  • Doctor Who: The Coal Hill A/V Club

    7 December 2017 (2:55am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 59 minutes and 31 seconds

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    The creative team of Coal Hill Consulting come together to discuss news and happenings in the world of Doctor Who. Additionally, they are on a (slow) journey to watch every story and discuss it in detail on the show. For more information about Coal Hill CONsulting, check out www.coalhill.com

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  • Ep 89 - LI Who 2 (or Gatiss Got Back)

    5 December 2017 (10:09pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 0 minutes and 50 seconds

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    Interviews with Sylvester McCoy! Waris "An Unearthly Child" Hussein! Richard "Friday The Ice Warrior" Ashton! All that, AND a brief discussion of the snazzy new trailer for "Twice Upon A Time." If you don\'t download this episode, you\'ll make the Ice Warriors cry. And you don\'t want to do that, now, do you?\n\nSeriously. SYLVESTER FREAKING MCCOY is in this episode. (52 minutes in.) I mean, for real, though, right? \n\npodcast@coalhill.com\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\n\n

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  • Ep 88 - LI Who 5 Retrospective (Part One)

    23 November 2017 (6:59am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 46 minutes and 46 seconds

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    Featuring special guest stars John "K9" Leeson. Katy "Jo Grant" Manning. Barnaby "Dalek" Edwards. If that isn\'t enough of a reason for you to download this episode, well, what about an in-depth discussion and analysis of the 13th Doctor\'s new costume with Christine, Clay, Emma, Andy, and "official first 13th Doctor cosplayer ever, probably" Cate Broomhead... all recorded live at LI Who 5. \n\n(Oh, and next time around, you\'ve got interviews with Sylvester McCoy, Waris Hussein, and Richard Ashton (Friday the Ice Warrior) to look forward to, plus more Coal Hill shenanigans. Like, for real.)\n\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\nEmail: podcast@coalhill.com\n

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  • Ep 87 - The Dominic Glynn-terview

    17 November 2017 (6:25am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 50 minutes and 4 seconds

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    Our interview with composer Dominic Glynn ("Trial Of A Time Lord" etc.) at TIME EDDY III in Wichita, KS. We talk about his new remix EP of music from his score for "The Happiness Patrol", how to become a Doctor Who composer, the trials and tribulations of accidentally ripping yourself off, and what it feels like to unexpectedly hear your own music in a walk-in bath commercial.\n\nThis episode features lots of music from Dominic\'s remix albums, which can be purchased here: https://goo.gl/zPDoXB\n\npodcast@coalhill.com\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\n

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  • Ep 87 - The Dominic Glynn-terview

    17 November 2017 (6:25am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 50 minutes and 4 seconds

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    Our interview with composer Dominic Glynn ("Trial Of A Time Lord" etc.) at TIME EDDY III in Wichita, KS. We talk about his new remix EP of music from his score for "The Happiness Patrol", how to become a Doctor Who composer, the trials and tribulations of accidentally ripping yourself off, and what it feels like to unexpectedly hear your own music in a walk-in bath commercial.\n\nThis episode features lots of music from Dominic\'s remix albums, which can be purchased here: https://goo.gl/zPDoXB\n\npodcast@coalhill.com\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\n

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  • Ep 86 - Four To Doomsday II: Doom Harder!

    31 October 2017 (5:42am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 55 minutes and 59 seconds

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    Happy Coal Hill-oween, everyone! We\'re back. Unfortunately, our plans for a "Coal Hill-O-Ween Spooktacular" were scuppered when we learned that our special guest star - Bela Lugosi - was dead, and had been for quite some time. So instead, we decided to discuss the announcement of the Doctor\'s latest companions, and catch you up with some nifty things we\'ve been doing lately, such as: actually publishing a book (It\'s called WHY I GEEK, and it\'s full of essays about fandom, and you should buy it), and the awesome time we had at Time Eddy III in Wichita, KS, and the awesome time we\'re going to have at LI Who in Long Island, NY. We also chatted with David (from Greyscale Productions) about his incredible, home made, First Doctor console - with the Radiation meter and everything. \n\nIf you love us, you\'ll buy our book: https://goo.gl/uqkBoC\n\nIf you love us more, you\'ll follow us on Twitter:\n@CoalHillCon\n\nAnd if you really love us, you\'ll email us pictures of yourself in a homemade K-9 costume*.\npodcast@coalhill.com\n\n*-pictures are optional, but feel free to say hi.\n\n\n

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  • Ep 86 - Four To Doomsday II: Doom Harder!

    31 October 2017 (5:42am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 55 minutes and 59 seconds

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    Happy Coal Hill-oween, everyone! We\'re back. Unfortunately, our plans for a "Coal Hill-O-Ween Spooktacular" were scuppered when we learned that our special guest star - Bela Lugosi - was dead, and had been for quite some time. So instead, we decided to discuss the announcement of the Doctor\'s latest companions, and catch you up with some nifty things we\'ve been doing lately, such as: actually publishing a book (It\'s called WHY I GEEK, and it\'s full of essays about fandom, and you should buy it), and the awesome time we had at Time Eddy III in Wichita, KS, and the awesome time we\'re going to have at LI Who in Long Island, NY. We also chatted with David (from Greyscale Productions) about his incredible, home made, First Doctor console - with the Radiation meter and everything. \n\nIf you love us, you\'ll buy our book: https://goo.gl/uqkBoC\n\nIf you love us more, you\'ll follow us on Twitter:\n@CoalHillCon\n\nAnd if you really love us, you\'ll email us pictures of yourself in a homemade K-9 costume*.\npodcast@coalhill.com\n\n*-pictures are optional, but feel free to say hi.\n\n\n

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  • Ep 85 - The Underwater Menace

    26 September 2017 (5:17am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 2 minutes and 58 seconds

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    Fish heads. Fish heads. Roly poly fish heads. Fish heads. Fish heads. Eat them up, yum. This week, you get a parody of a Disney tune you might know from somewhere, Stephen extolling the virtues of candy cigarettes, and - oh, yes - Clay and Andy discussing the infamously terrible Patrick Troughton story that blew up Atlantis again for the first time, "The Underwater Menace." EXCEPT... is it really that bad? Can even Clay find something to like in this, the most maligned of all maritime melodramas? Find out... on the Coal Hill AV Club! \n\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\nemail: podcast@coalhill.com\n\nmusic:\ncoupla cuts from Daniel Olsen\'s soundtrack for the iOS game DEVICE 6\nhttps://danielolsen.bandcamp.com/album/device-6-original-soundtrack\n\nGuttermouth - "I\'m Destroying The World" \nBarnes and Barnes - "Fish Heads"

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  • Ep 85 - The Underwater Menace

    26 September 2017 (5:17am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 2 minutes and 58 seconds

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    Fish heads. Fish heads. Roly poly fish heads. Fish heads. Fish heads. Eat them up, yum. This week, you get a parody of a Disney tune you might know from somewhere, Stephen extolling the virtues of candy cigarettes, and - oh, yes - Clay and Andy discussing the infamously terrible Patrick Troughton story that blew up Atlantis again for the first time, "The Underwater Menace." EXCEPT... is it really that bad? Can even Clay find something to like in this, the most maligned of all maritime melodramas? Find out... on the Coal Hill AV Club! \n\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\nemail: podcast@coalhill.com\n\nmusic:\ncoupla cuts from Daniel Olsen\'s soundtrack for the iOS game DEVICE 6\nhttps://danielolsen.bandcamp.com/album/device-6-original-soundtrack\n\nGuttermouth - "I\'m Destroying The World" \nBarnes and Barnes - "Fish Heads"

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  • Ep 84 - The Highlanders

    9 September 2017 (12:22am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 8 minutes and 42 seconds

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    Jumpin\' Jacobites! (wait, did we already use that one for "The Eaters Of Light"? Dunno. Anyway.) It\'s the aftermath of the Battle of Culloden, and the Second Doctor has taken the opportunity to steal some hats. Meanwhile, Polly teams up with a plucky character with "companion material" written all over, someone who\'s sure to become a fan favorite, you know \'em, you love \'em, it\'s... Kirsty! Also, we meet Jamie McCrimmon for the first time. He does some stuff.\n\nAlso: lots of news, Kids Talk Who talks Sarah Jane and Daleks, and we dug up a long lost pop classic recorded by an actual Doctor Who companion.\n\nSong: "Who\'s Doctor Who" - Frazer Hines (no, for real.)\n\npodcast@coalhill.com\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\nFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/coalhill

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  • Ep 84 - The Highlanders

    9 September 2017 (12:22am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 8 minutes and 42 seconds

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    Jumpin\' Jacobites! (wait, did we already use that one for "The Eaters Of Light"? Dunno. Anyway.) It\'s the aftermath of the Battle of Culloden, and the Second Doctor has taken the opportunity to steal some hats. Meanwhile, Polly teams up with a plucky character with "companion material" written all over, someone who\'s sure to become a fan favorite, you know \'em, you love \'em, it\'s... Kirsty! Also, we meet Jamie McCrimmon for the first time. He does some stuff.\n\nAlso: lots of news, Kids Talk Who talks Sarah Jane and Daleks, and we dug up a long lost pop classic recorded by an actual Doctor Who companion.\n\nSong: "Who\'s Doctor Who" - Frazer Hines (no, for real.)\n\npodcast@coalhill.com\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\nFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/coalhill

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  • Ep 84 - The Highlanders

    9 September 2017 (12:22am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 8 minutes and 42 seconds

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    Jumpin\' Jacobites! (wait, did we already use that one for "The Eaters Of Light"? Dunno. Anyway.) It\'s the aftermath of the Battle of Culloden, and the Second Doctor has taken the opportunity to steal some hats. Meanwhile, Polly teams up with a plucky character with "companion material" written all over, someone who\'s sure to become a fan favorite, you know \'em, you love \'em, it\'s... Kirsty! Also, we meet Jamie McCrimmon for the first time. He does some stuff.\n\nAlso: lots of news, Kids Talk Who talks Sarah Jane and Daleks, and we dug up a long lost pop classic recorded by an actual Doctor Who companion.\n\nSong: "Who\'s Doctor Who" - Frazer Hines (no, for real.)\n\npodcast@coalhill.com\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\nFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/coalhill

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  • Ep 84 - The Highlanders

    9 September 2017 (12:22am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 8 minutes and 42 seconds

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    Jumpin\' Jacobites! (wait, did we already use that one for "The Eaters Of Light"? Dunno. Anyway.) It\'s the aftermath of the Battle of Culloden, and the Second Doctor has taken the opportunity to steal some hats. Meanwhile, Polly teams up with a plucky character with "companion material" written all over, someone who\'s sure to become a fan favorite, you know \'em, you love \'em, it\'s... Kirsty! Also, we meet Jamie McCrimmon for the first time. He does some stuff.\n\nAlso: lots of news, Kids Talk Who talks Sarah Jane and Daleks, and we dug up a long lost pop classic recorded by an actual Doctor Who companion.\n\nSong: "Who\'s Doctor Who" - Frazer Hines (no, for real.)\n\npodcast@coalhill.com\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\nFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/coalhill

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  • Ep 83 - "Head Of Drama" (w/Graeme Burk)

    1 September 2017 (11:45pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 13 minutes and 24 seconds

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    Blusterin\' Bug-eyed Monsters! This time, we\'re joined by author Graeme Burk, (host of Reality Bomb) to discuss his work curating, editing, and annotating the new book, Head Of Drama: The Memoir Of Sydney Newman. You might know him as the "idea guy" (pop pop pop!) who came up with the idea for a little show we like to call... "Adam Adamant Lives!", but - in fact - he\'s best known as the creator of Doctor Who. (That interview starts, oh, 20 minutes in. We get pretty punchy up to that point.) \nAlso, Stephen, Andy, and Clay are joined by Cooper once again for the news segment, where we discuss conventions, the loss of a dear friend of the Doctor Who family, and Clay\'s actual excitement over the new Big Finish release "Tales From New Earth." \n\nThis week\'s song: "Ahead By A Century" by The Tragically Hip.\n\npodcast@coalhill.com\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\ncoalhill.com\n\n

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  • Ep 83 - "Head Of Drama" (w/Graeme Burk)

    1 September 2017 (11:45pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 13 minutes and 24 seconds

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    Blusterin\' Bug-eyed Monsters! This time, we\'re joined by author Graeme Burk, (host of Reality Bomb) to discuss his work curating, editing, and annotating the new book, Head Of Drama: The Memoir Of Sydney Newman. You might know him as the "idea guy" (pop pop pop!) who came up with the idea for a little show we like to call... "Adam Adamant Lives!", but - in fact - he\'s best known as the creator of Doctor Who. (That interview starts, oh, 20 minutes in. We get pretty punchy up to that point.) \nAlso, Stephen, Andy, and Clay are joined by Cooper once again for the news segment, where we discuss conventions, the loss of a dear friend of the Doctor Who family, and Clay\'s actual excitement over the new Big Finish release "Tales From New Earth." \n\nThis week\'s song: "Ahead By A Century" by The Tragically Hip.\n\npodcast@coalhill.com\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\ncoalhill.com\n\n

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  • Ep 82 - The Power Of The Daleks

    27 August 2017 (7:27pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 18 minutes and 25 seconds

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    Dastardly Daleks! It\'s the dawn of the Troughton era on the Coal Hill AV Club as Stephen and Clay take us to Planet Vulcan! No, not *that* Vulcan - pon farr from it! The Doctor\'s a bit erratic and the Daleks are pretending to be nice and the animation\'s gone a bit South Park and... well, there\'s a lot to get into, so let\'s just jump into it.\n\nmusic: "Good Vibrations" - Beach Boys\n\npodcast@coalhill.com\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\ncoalhill.com\n\n

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  • Ep 82 - The Power Of The Daleks

    27 August 2017 (7:27pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 18 minutes and 25 seconds

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    Dastardly Daleks! It\'s the dawn of the Troughton era on the Coal Hill AV Club as Stephen and Clay take us to Planet Vulcan! No, not *that* Vulcan - pon farr from it! The Doctor\'s a bit erratic and the Daleks are pretending to be nice and the animation\'s gone a bit South Park and... well, there\'s a lot to get into, so let\'s just jump into it.\n\nmusic: "Good Vibrations" - Beach Boys\n\npodcast@coalhill.com\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\ncoalhill.com\n\n

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  • Ep 81 - Red White and Who

    18 August 2017 (6:30am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 15 minutes and 19 seconds

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    Hoppin\' Whovians! This week, we\'re joined by Jennifer Adams Kelly, Steven Hill, Jan Fennick, John Lavalie, Nicholas Seidler, and Robert Warnock - the brains behind the book "Red, White, and Who: The Story of Doctor Who in America." We discuss the good ol\' days of fandom, the importance of supporting your local PBS station, and Clay\'s chance encounter with a beloved member of the Doctor Who family at a Waffle House in 1987. Also: convention news and more.\n\n(Note: near the end of the interview, there are a few moments where the audio gets a bit spotty due to technical whatsits, which I\'m blaming on my cat. No, seriously. She knows what she did.)\n\nFor more info on the book, and to purchase your own copy: http://www.atbpublishing.com/product/red-white-and-who-the-story-of-doctor-who-in-america/\n\nEnd Music: "America" by Razorlight\n

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  • Ep 81 - Red White and Who

    18 August 2017 (6:30am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 15 minutes and 19 seconds

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    Hoppin\' Whovians! This week, we\'re joined by Jennifer Adams Kelly, Steven Hill, Jan Fennick, John Lavalie, Nicholas Seidler, and Robert Warnock - the brains behind the book "Red, White, and Who: The Story of Doctor Who in America." We discuss the good ol\' days of fandom, the importance of supporting your local PBS station, and Clay\'s chance encounter with a beloved member of the Doctor Who family at a Waffle House in 1987. Also: convention news and more.\n\n(Note: near the end of the interview, there are a few moments where the audio gets a bit spotty due to technical whatsits, which I\'m blaming on my cat. No, seriously. She knows what she did.)\n\nFor more info on the book, and to purchase your own copy: http://www.atbpublishing.com/product/red-white-and-who-the-story-of-doctor-who-in-america/\n\nEnd Music: "America" by Razorlight\n

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  • Ep 80 - The 2017 Jarvy Awards

    10 August 2017 (11:30am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 40 minutes and 38 seconds

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    The Doctor Who Awards show to end all Doctor Who Awards shows* has finally arrived. Who\'s gonna win Best Episode? Or Best Writer? How about Most Likely To Become An Awesomely Ironic Cosplay? Or Best Non-Villain Who Was Still Terrible? You voted, and now you\'re gonna sit there and listen if you know what\'s good for you because dagnabbit, this one took a long time to produce, because we decided we wanted to create an actual awards show in audio. Also, it has a cornucopia of Whovian stars from around the podcast-ish world.\n\nLike...\nCat Smith (https://missnerdstiles.bandcamp.com/releases)\nKatrina Griffiths from Verity!\n and Start The Music!(http://veritypodcast.wordpress.com)\n(https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/start-the-music/id1216000575?mt=2)\nKim and Sage from Head Over Feels (http://headoverfeels.com)\nGraeme Burk (http://realitybomb.libsyn.com)\nKeir Hansen (http://gallifreypublicradio.com)\nDan Toland (http://earth-2.net)\nAmanda Cole (The Doctor Who Match Machine podcast)\nThe Casual Nexus and Meanwhile In The Tardis\'s Ian McCann \nHero Hair Team (herohair.com)\nChristine Evans (C & C Costume Factory)\nDustin Hausner, Amanda Rae-Prescott, Cooper Webb, and - of course - Stephen Webb, Clay Dockery and Andy Hicks!\n\nWarning: features a "Rent" parody right at the very beginning. \n\nOh, and a very special WORLD PREMIERE of an Epic Rap Battle of Who-Story... The War Doctor vs. The Valeyard. (around the 55 minute mark), and a tribute to the late Deborah Watling.\n\nNext week: something nice and normal, like an interview with some people who wrote a book about Doctor Who in America or whatever...\n\npodcast@coalhill.com\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\nFacebook: Coal Hill AV Club\nhttp://coalhill.com\n\n\n

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  • Ep 80 - The 2017 Jarvy Awards

    10 August 2017 (11:30am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 40 minutes and 38 seconds

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    The Doctor Who Awards show to end all Doctor Who Awards shows* has finally arrived. Who\'s gonna win Best Episode? Or Best Writer? How about Most Likely To Become An Awesomely Ironic Cosplay? Or Best Non-Villain Who Was Still Terrible? You voted, and now you\'re gonna sit there and listen if you know what\'s good for you because dagnabbit, this one took a long time to produce, because we decided we wanted to create an actual awards show in audio. Also, it has a cornucopia of Whovian stars from around the podcast-ish world.\n\n*Assuming said Doctor Who Awards shows is produced by us. We\'re the best of us! \n\nLike...\nCat Smith (https://missnerdstiles.bandcamp.com/releases)\nKatrina Griffiths from Verity! (http://veritypodcast.wordpress.com) and Start The Music! ((http://stmpodcast.com/)\nKim and Sage from Head Over Feels (http://headoverfeels.com)\nGraeme Burk (http://realitybomb.libsyn.com)\nKeir Hansen (http://gallifreypublicradio.com)\nDan Toland (http://earth-2.net)\nAmanda Cole from The Doctor Who Match Machine (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1262150930550666/)\nIan McCann from The Casual Nexus (https://thecasualnexus.wordpress.com/) & Meanwhile on the TARDIS (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1147255198678542/)\nErin Kennedy Lunsford & Travis Cowsill from Hero Hair - Cosplay Wigs for the Serious Adventurer (www.herohair.com)\nChristine Evans (C & C Costume Factory) (http://www.cccostumefactory.com)\nCoal Hill Consulting Dustin Hausner, Emma Caywood-Hicks, Amanda-Rae Prescott, Cooper Webb, and - of course - Stephen Webb, Clay Dockery and Andy Hicks!\n\nWarning: features a "Rent" parody right at the very beginning. \n\nOh, and a very special WORLD PREMIERE of an Epic Rap Battle of Who-Story... The War Doctor vs. The Valeyard. (around the 55 minute mark), and a tribute to the late Deborah Watling.\n\nNext week: something nice and normal, like an interview with some people who wrote a book about Doctor Who in America or whatever...\n\npodcast@coalhill.com\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\nFacebook: Coal Hill AV Club\nhttp://coalhill.com

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  • Ep 79 - Except For That One Time...

    20 July 2017 (2:50am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 28 minutes and 26 seconds

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    We here at the Coal Hill AV Club are behind our new 13th Doctor 100%, but we understand that others might feel differently. And that\'s okay - even if you\'re one of those folks who thinks casting a woman as the Doctor is "political correctness run amok," or evidence that "the social justice brigade has taken over Doctor Who!" \n\nBecause, well, you\'re right; Doctor Who has never been a "social justice warrior" show... well, except for that one time.\n\nAnd that other time. \n\nAnd then there was... \n\n(Hosted by Stephen Webb and Andy Hicks) \n\nFeedback/comments/suggestions: podcast@coalhill.com\n\nTwitter: \n#coalhillcon\n\n(oh, and be sure to vote in our Series 10 awards poll: the 2017 Jarvies - http://www.coalhill.com/thejarvies.html)

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  • Ep 79 - Except For That One Time...

    20 July 2017 (2:50am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 28 minutes and 26 seconds

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    We here at the Coal Hill AV Club are behind our new 13th Doctor 100%, but we understand that others might feel differently. And that\'s okay - even if you\'re one of those folks who thinks casting a woman as the Doctor is "political correctness run amok," or evidence that "the social justice brigade has taken over Doctor Who!" \n\nBecause, well, you\'re right; Doctor Who has never been a "social justice warrior" show... well, except for that one time.\n\nAnd that other time. \n\nAnd then there was... \n\n(Hosted by Stephen Webb and Andy Hicks) \n\nFeedback/comments/suggestions: podcast@coalhill.com\n\nTwitter: \n#coalhillcon\n\n(oh, and be sure to vote in our Series 10 awards poll: the 2017 Jarvies - http://www.coalhill.com/thejarvies.html)

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  • Ep 78 - Lucky 13!

    17 July 2017 (7:15pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 45 minutes and 35 seconds

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    The smoke has risen above the BBC, which means we have ourselves a new Doctor, folks - number 13 to be exact. And this time, it\'s Jodie Whittaker, the first woman to ever play the part. So, we cobbled together an emergency meeting of the Coal Hill minds, from the darkest forests of North Carolina (Clay) to the cotton-candy beaches of Coney Island (Christine) to the banana aisle at the local Stop and Shop (Andy), with Emma and, of course, our lovable mascot Stephen. We\'re pretty damn excited, naturally.\n\nMusic: yep, that\'s a new remix of our theme tune, plus "Kashmir" covered by Lez Zeppelin. \n\nContact us:\npodcast@coalhill.com\nTwitter: @geeklectic or @coalhillcon\nJoin our Facebook group...\nAND DON\'T FORGET to vote in our "best of the season" poll, The 2017 Jarvies. You have just 9 days left - voting ends on July 25th. Tune in to this podcast feed for our special Awards show edition on July 27th. http://coalhill.com/thejarvies\n\n

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  • Ep 78 - Lucky 13!

    17 July 2017 (7:15pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 45 minutes and 35 seconds

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    The smoke has risen above the BBC, which means we have ourselves a new Doctor, folks - number 13 to be exact. And this time, it\'s Jodie Whittaker, the first woman to ever play the part. So, we cobbled together an emergency meeting of the Coal Hill minds, from the darkest forests of North Carolina (Clay) to the cotton-candy beaches of Coney Island (Christine) to the banana aisle at the local Stop and Shop (Andy), with Emma and, of course, our lovable mascot Stephen. We\'re pretty damn excited, naturally.\n\nMusic: yep, that\'s a new remix of our theme tune, plus "Kashmir" covered by Lez Zeppelin. \n\nContact us:\npodcast@coalhill.com\nTwitter: @geeklectic or @coalhillcon\nJoin our Facebook group...\nAND DON\'T FORGET to vote in our "best of the season" poll, The 2017 Jarvies. You have just 9 days left - voting ends on July 25th. Tune in to this podcast feed for our special Awards show edition on July 27th. http://coalhill.com/thejarvies\n\n

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  • Ep 78 - Lucky 13!

    17 July 2017 (6:08pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 45 minutes and 38 seconds

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    The smoke has risen over the BBC, announcing the ascension of a new Doctor - and it\'s Jodie Whittaker! Needless to say, we\'re pretty darn excited about the prospect of the first female Doctor - and we\'ve got a packed house of Coal Hill regulars, calling in from such far flung locations as "the deep dark woods of North Carolina" (Clay) and "a car driving through Queens from Coney Island" (Christine) Andy, Stephen, and Emma are also on hand. (We apologize for the patchy audio - like I said, this was mostly done on phones and kind of at the last minute, but we wanted to get this one out while the \'squee\' was still fresh.)\n\nMusic: "Kashmir" as covered by Lez Zeppelin, and - yes - our brand new rendition of the Coal Hill AV club theme. \n\nComments/etc.:\npodcast@coalhill.com\nTwitter: @coalhillcon or @geeklectic\nJoin the Coal Hill AV Club Facebook group for more into...\nOH! And don\'t forget to vote in our End of Series 10 awards poll: the 2017 Jarvies at coalhill.com/thejarvies.\n\n

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  • Ep 77 - List-o-mania (like a riot like a riot oh)

    13 July 2017 (5:24am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 19 minutes and 17 seconds

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    So, you know that meme that\'s been going around fandom where we all list our favorite stories per Doctor? Well, that\'s precisely what Stephen and Andy are doing this week, because there\'s no new Doctor Who episodes to talk about and we don\'t really have much of anything else going on in our life. It\'s very sad.\n\nHowever! In a couple of weeks, we\'re throwing our awards show "end of season 10" extravaganza, and now\'s your chance to vote for your faves! (Here\'s the link. It\'ll take like 2 minutes. Honestly, you\'ll regret not doing it.) \nhttps://goo.gl/forms/dlYpLAaMKzfqyUG63\n\nVarious Who newsy things for the first 20 minutes or so, then we launch into our faves. Which one of us gets "the feelz" from The Robots Of Death? Which one of us picked a story they never even got around to producing on television? Is a taco a sandwich? These are all good questions. And - like Coop says - "I have a question, but the problem is I don\'t know the answer."\n\n(this week\'s song: "My Favorite Song" by Lifestyle)\n

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  • Ep 77 - List-o-mania (like a riot like a riot oh)

    13 July 2017 (5:24am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 19 minutes and 17 seconds

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    So, you know that meme that\'s been going around fandom where we all list our favorite stories per Doctor? Well, that\'s precisely what Stephen and Andy are doing this week, because there\'s no new Doctor Who episodes to talk about and we don\'t really have much of anything else going on in our life. It\'s very sad.\n\nHowever! In a couple of weeks, we\'re throwing our awards show "end of season 10" extravaganza, and now\'s your chance to vote for your faves! (Here\'s the link. It\'ll take like 2 minutes. Honestly, you\'ll regret not doing it.) \nhttps://goo.gl/forms/dlYpLAaMKzfqyUG63\n\nVarious Who newsy things for the first 20 minutes or so, then we launch into our faves. Which one of us gets "the feelz" from The Robots Of Death? Which one of us picked a story they never even got around to producing on television? Is a taco a sandwich? These are all good questions. And - like Coop says - "I have a question, but the problem is I don\'t know the answer."\n\n(this week\'s song: "My Favorite Song" by Lifestyle)\n

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  • Ep 76 - The Doctor Falls

    6 July 2017 (8:01am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 32 minutes and 50 seconds

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    Folks, we got a big one for ya. We analyze the Series 10 finale "The Doctor Falls" from every angle - from its themes of empathy and kindness and light in the darkness, its strong anti-prejudice message, and that glorious scene where the Doctor blasts away an army of Cybermen like he\'s a six year old in his back yard... to darker, more troubling themes like whether or not the show practices what it preaches when it comes to violence, and Nardole\'s sex life. We wrap up the DELIA arc, which is either gonna win us a Hugo, or go down as one of the most self-indulgent stunts in podcast history. And once again, we\'re joined by Cooper for Kids Talk Who, and there\'s a lot of Amanda Palmer music in this one for some reason. \n\nTwitter: @CoalHillCon\nEmail: podcast@coalhill.com\n\n(music: "High And Dry" - Amanda Palmer, "Delilah" - The Dresden Dolls, "Sing", The Dresden Dolls, "Sorry Bunch", The Dresden Dolls.)

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  • Ep 76 - The Doctor Falls

    6 July 2017 (8:01am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 32 minutes and 50 seconds

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    Folks, we got a big one for ya. We analyze the Series 10 finale "The Doctor Falls" from every angle - from its themes of empathy and kindness and light in the darkness, its strong anti-prejudice message, and that glorious scene where the Doctor blasts away an army of Cybermen like he\'s a six year old in his back yard... to darker, more troubling themes like whether or not the show practices what it preaches when it comes to violence, and Nardole\'s sex life. We wrap up the DELIA arc, which is either gonna win us a Hugo, or go down as one of the most self-indulgent stunts in podcast history. And once again, we\'re joined by Cooper for Kids Talk Who, and there\'s a lot of Amanda Palmer music in this one for some reason. \n\nTwitter: @CoalHillCon\nEmail: podcast@coalhill.com\n\n(music: "High And Dry" - Amanda Palmer, "Delilah" - The Dresden Dolls, "Sing", The Dresden Dolls, "Sorry Bunch", The Dresden Dolls.)

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  • Ep 75B - World Enough And Time Pt 2 - Below Decks

    1 July 2017 (7:30am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 5 minutes and 52 seconds

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    Meddlin\' Mondasians! It\'s the second half of our epic exploration of the origin of the Moffassian Cybermen. Amanda Rae talks tropes and Cyberbills, our robotic announcer DELIA continues hatching her evil plans, we talk about "That Scene, You Know, The One About Gender," experience some pretty deep feels, and both good tea, and bad tea. Plus, Emma drops by, and Andy loses a lot of friends, probably. Oh, and our ongoing Les Mis parody looks to the "Stars." \n\nSong of the week: Caspian - "Hymn For The Greatest Generation"

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  • Ep 75B - World Enough And Time Pt 2 - Below Decks

    1 July 2017 (7:30am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 5 minutes and 52 seconds

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    Meddlin\' Mondasians! It\'s the second half of our epic exploration of the origin of the Moffassian Cybermen. Amanda Rae talks tropes and Cyberbills, our robotic announcer DELIA continues hatching her evil plans, we talk about "That Scene, You Know, The One About Gender," experience some pretty deep feels, and both good tea, and bad tea. Plus, Emma drops by, and Andy loses a lot of friends, probably. Oh, and our ongoing Les Mis parody looks to the "Stars." \n\nSong of the week: Caspian - "Hymn For The Greatest Generation"

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  • Ep 76A - World Enough And Time Part One: Top Of The Ship

    28 June 2017 (9:48pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 47 minutes and 41 seconds

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    Bleepin\' Black Holes! It\'s the first half of our two-part discussion of the first half of Peter Capaldi\'s epic three-part swansong*. And if that\'s not confusing enough for you, just wait until we find out that our robotic announcer has gone rogue once again! Meanwhile, Clay, Stephen, Christine, and Andy discuss sonic parasols, Mondas, the death of companions, Capaldi\'s epic hair, and so forth. Also there\'s a Kids Talk Who segment.\n\nAnd, if that weren\'t enough... later this very week, you get the second half of the episode, which features a few more people, a discussion about feminism in the Moffat era, and at least 10 minutes of Andy sitting alone in a room and gushing about how completely awesome the Mondasian Cybermen are. Because I KNOW RIGHT?\n\n(This week\'s song: "Kemosabe" by Everything Everything.) \n\n*-If you include the Christmas special.

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  • Ep 75A - World Enough And Time Part One: Top Of The Ship

    28 June 2017 (9:48pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 47 minutes and 41 seconds

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    Bleepin\' Black Holes! It\'s the first half of our two-part discussion of the first half of Peter Capaldi\'s epic three-part swansong*. And if that\'s not confusing enough for you, just wait until we find out that our robotic announcer has gone rogue once again! Meanwhile, Clay, Stephen, Christine, and Andy discuss sonic parasols, Mondas, the death of companions, Capaldi\'s epic hair, and so forth. Also there\'s a Kids Talk Who segment.\n\nAnd, if that weren\'t enough... later this very week, you get the second half of the episode, which features a few more people, a discussion about feminism in the Moffat era, and at least 10 minutes of Andy sitting alone in a room and gushing about how completely awesome the Mondasian Cybermen are. Because I KNOW RIGHT?\n\n(This week\'s song: "Kemosabe" by Everything Everything.) \n\n*-If you include the Christmas special.

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  • Ep 74 - The Eaters Of Light

    21 June 2017 (5:49pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 3 minutes and 6 seconds

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    Stone the crows! It's another episode of the Coal Hill A/V Club - and this time, we're following the Doctor, Bill, and Nardole to Scotland in the 2nd Century, as they encounter talking birds, angry Picts, missing Romans, astonishingly good special effects, and all manner of other mad things in the rolling hills of Aberdeen. Plus: Kids Talk Who, and our weekly song parody stares deep into the eye of the tiger.

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  • Ep 74 - The Eaters Of Light

    21 June 2017 (5:49pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 3 minutes and 6 seconds

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    Stone the crows! It's another episode of the Coal Hill A/V Club - and this time, we're following the Doctor, Bill, and Nardole to Scotland in the 2nd Century, as they encounter talking birds, angry Picts, missing Romans, astonishingly good special effects, and all manner of other mad things in the rolling hills of Aberdeen. Plus: Kids Talk Who, and our weekly song parody stares deep into the eye of the tiger.

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  • Ep 74 - The Eaters Of Light

    21 June 2017 (5:49pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 3 minutes and 37 seconds

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    Stone the crows! It's another episode of the Coal Hill A/V Club - and this time, we're following the Doctor, Bill, and Nardole to Scotland in the 2nd Century, as they encounter talking birds, angry Picts, missing Romans, astonishingly good special effects, and all manner of other mad things in the rolling hills of Aberdeen. Plus: Kids Talk Who, and our weekly song parody stares deep into the eye of the tiger.

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  • Ep 73 - Empress Of Mars

    14 June 2017 (6:43pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 19 minutes and 5 seconds

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    Leapin\' Lizards, it\'s the return of the Ice Warriors, as Stephen, Clay, and Andy define the term "Gatissy", discuss bootstrap paradoxes, the awesomeness of Alpha Centauri, and why this episode might be one of the season\'s best. Plus: Amanda Rae returns with TWO "This Week In Bill" segments, a Gilbert and Sullivan parody, a Kids Talk Who segment, and much much more on this episode where, like the Ice Empress, you\'ll find yourself surrounded by noisy males. \n\nOh, and the first twenty minutes or so are basically us hashing out our feelings about the Monk trilogy, with help from Amanda Rae and a big ol\' shout out to our friends at Head Over Feels. \n\nKim\'s review of "The Lie Of The Land": http://www.headoverfeels.com/2017/06/10/doctor-who-recap-the-lie-of-the-land/\n\nMark Gatiss and Matt Lucas on The Fan Show:\nhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VG1iTe1tniw\n\nFeedback, comments, etc.: podcast@coalhill.com\n\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\n\n

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  • Ep 73 - Empress Of Mars

    14 June 2017 (6:43pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 19 minutes and 5 seconds

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    Leapin\' Lizards, it\'s the return of the Ice Warriors, as Stephen, Clay, and Andy define the term "Gatissy", discuss bootstrap paradoxes, the awesomeness of Alpha Centauri, and why this episode might be one of the season\'s best. Plus: Amanda Rae returns with TWO "This Week In Bill" segments, a Gilbert and Sullivan parody, a Kids Talk Who segment, and much much more on this episode where, like the Ice Empress, you\'ll find yourself surrounded by noisy males. \n\nOh, and the first twenty minutes or so are basically us hashing out our feelings about the Monk trilogy, with help from Amanda Rae and a big ol\' shout out to our friends at Head Over Feels. \n\nKim\'s review of "The Lie Of The Land": http://www.headoverfeels.com/2017/06/10/doctor-who-recap-the-lie-of-the-land/\n\nMark Gatiss and Matt Lucas on The Fan Show:\nhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VG1iTe1tniw\n\nFeedback, comments, etc.: podcast@coalhill.com\n\nTwitter: @coalhillcon\n\n

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  • Ep 72A - The Monk Trilogy; Or, What Mister Dockery Saw

    9 June 2017 (1:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 28 minutes and 15 seconds

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    Surprise! It\'s an extra Coal Hill AV Club for yer troubles! Our own Clay Dockery, it turns out, is a theologian and a political activist, so the fact that he wasn\'t around for the religion story ("Extremis") and the politics story ("The Pyramid...") was kind of a shame. So, here\'s his expert take on the various themes these stories brought up. I think it\'s a fascinating listen, though I\'m biased. Enjoy!\n\n(and please send feedback to podcast@coalhill.com)

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  • Ep 72A - The Monk Trilogy; Or, What Mister Dockery Saw

    9 June 2017 (1:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 28 minutes and 15 seconds

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    Surprise! It\'s an extra Coal Hill AV Club for yer troubles! Our own Clay Dockery, it turns out, is a theologian and a political activist, so the fact that he wasn\'t around for the religion story ("Extremis") and the politics story ("The Pyramid...") was kind of a shame. So, here\'s his expert take on the various themes these stories brought up. I think it\'s a fascinating listen, though I\'m biased. Enjoy!\n\n(and please send feedback to podcast@coalhill.com)

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  • Ep 72 - The Lie Of The Land

    7 June 2017 (6:38am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 25 minutes and 8 seconds

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    The "Monk" Trilogy wraps up with a - shall-we-say - controversial episode, at least among our intrepid Coal Hill regulars. Some of us sort of liked it, one of us... eh, not so much... but at least we had a *lot* to talk about. Incidentally, Cooper - of Kids Talk Who fame - *loved* it - so that\'s good. \n\nWe start talking about the episode itself 12 minutes in. Before that, it\'s mostly Hufflepuffs and cars, though there is a lovely new parody song to kick things off.

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  • Ep 72 - The Lie Of The Land

    7 June 2017 (6:38am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 25 minutes and 8 seconds

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    The "Monk" Trilogy wraps up with a - shall-we-say - controversial episode, at least among our intrepid Coal Hill regulars. Some of us sort of liked it, one of us... eh, not so much... but at least we had a *lot* to talk about. Incidentally, Cooper - of Kids Talk Who fame - *loved* it - so that\'s good. \n\nWe start talking about the episode itself 12 minutes in. Before that, it\'s mostly Hufflepuffs and cars, though there is a lovely new parody song to kick things off.

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  • Ep 71 - The Pyramid At The End Of The World

    30 May 2017 (9:13pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 5 minutes and 53 seconds

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    This week, we discuss the second part of "the Monk trilogy" - The Pyramid At The End Of The World. Clay comes back to discuss Gallifrey One guests, and then vanishes like a thief in the night so he can avoid spoilers. Speaking of spoilers, this episode includes discussion about the Care Bears, professional wrestling in the 1990s, and why nitpicking is okay when *we* do it. \n\n0:00 - 1:12 - Opening song parody\n1:12 - 1:32 - Intro\n1:32 - 12:00 - Gallifrey One discussion\n12:00 - 14:40 - Synopsis and opening thoughts\n14:40 - 35:49 - Discussion part one\n35:50 - 39:32 - "Kids Talk Who"\n39:33 - 1:04:32 - Discussion part two\n1:04:32 - 1:05:57 - Outro\n\nAll clips (c) BBC *except* for the one near the end, but that\'s still covered under fair use, so there.

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  • Ep 71 - The Pyramid At The End Of The World

    30 May 2017 (9:13pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 5 minutes and 53 seconds

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    This week, we discuss the second part of "the Monk trilogy" - The Pyramid At The End Of The World. Clay comes back to discuss Gallifrey One guests, and then vanishes like a thief in the night so he can avoid spoilers. Speaking of spoilers, this episode includes discussion about the Care Bears, professional wrestling in the 1990s, and why nitpicking is okay when *we* do it. \n\n0:00 - 1:12 - Opening song parody\n1:12 - 1:32 - Intro\n1:32 - 12:00 - Gallifrey One discussion\n12:00 - 14:40 - Synopsis and opening thoughts\n14:40 - 35:49 - Discussion part one\n35:50 - 39:32 - "Kids Talk Who"\n39:33 - 1:04:32 - Discussion part two\n1:04:32 - 1:05:57 - Outro\n\nAll clips (c) BBC *except* for the one near the end, but that\'s still covered under fair use, so there.

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  • Ep. 70 - Extremis

    24 May 2017 (12:39pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 11 minutes and 23 seconds

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    Stephen and Andy explore the metaphysical properties of the universe, the eternal debate between science and faith, and the ethics of virtual suicide. Or *do* they? Is it all an illusion? Does any of this matter? Is Nardole the Meddling Monk? Are the Monks the Cybermen? Are the Cybermen my real Dad? I have no idea what's happening in this one, folks, but there's a parody of that song from Portal and a new edition of Kids Talk Who, so that's nice.

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