Celebrating Time And Relative Dimensions In Space!
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Doctor Who: Podshock will once again be taking to the net on Sunday, 27 September 2015 for a live-over-the-net show reviewing the first and second episode of the 2015 Doctor Who series, The Magician's Apprentice and The Witch's Familiar.
We return with our live-over-the-net review series this time talking about the first and second episode of the 2015 series with Peter Capaldi as the Doctor.
The new upcoming Doctor Who series ("Series 9") is now available to purchase as a season pass on Apple's iTunes. On iTunes it is being referred to as "Season 9". So if you enjoy watching the new episodes on iTunes, you might as well grab the season pass now so that you will be all set once September 19th rolls around. You can find it here: Doctor Who, Season 9 - Doctor Who
Christmas came early this year when I received a message from our very own Louis Trapani this morning. That message - a link to the following story - was Christmas come early.
The Doctor and River Song Reunite for a Spectacular Christmas
Normally, I would prefface this notice by stating a most appropriate phrase; however, today...SPOILERS wouldn't be sufficient.
Alex Kingston returns on Christmas Day 2015 to the role she made famous - River Song.
The latest preview trailer for the upcoming 2015 series (AKA "Series 9") has been released. The new series will debut on the 19th of September 2015. Here's another taste of what's to come.
Doctor Who: Podshock began in August 2005 with the first episode and it continues, stronger than ever, in 2015. Like The Doctor, it's regenerated and even changed the desktop theme. While it would be (virtually) impossible to included all the moments of 328 episodes, this brief tribute is..well, my tribute.
Doctor Who: Podshock 10th Anniversary
Here is the official BBC trailer teaser video for the upcoming series in 2015 (AKA 'series 9') which premieres on the 19th of September. As always with previews, it may contain minor spoilers.
Some of you may know me from recent episodes of Doctor Who: Podshock. While we are quickly manipulating and navigating the vortex that will take us to Series 9, I wanted to introduce myself and discuss how I came to join the Podshock team.
WHO Am I?
For starters, I'm Kyle Jones or @kylemj6977 on Twitter. I work in Human Resources, but am also a writer on my own and several HR related blogs. My TARDIS is parked in Brandon, MS. So, without further delay, I've ripped the last page from a random book to share the following with you.
I know I talked my head off (get it?) in PODSHOCK #327 about how much I love THE BRAIN OF MORBIUS, but I'm not through yet. If you're already sick of me talking about it, and why wouldn't you be, really? Then move along -- nothing to see here ...
... Still with me? Oh, good.
I mentioned on #327 how much I appreciated the screenwriting touch, the elegant pathos of having Condo's arm sacrificed to Solon's master work ... and of Condo then seeing the arm and recognising it. I realized later that this is only part of a larger virtue of this script. Where BRAIN OF MORBIUS excels, I think, is in putting sympathetic characters in credible danger. And maybe nowhere is this more striking than in the plot element of Sarah Jane's temporary blindness.