Radio Free Skaro returns after a small holiday break with our thoughts on “Voyage of the Damned,” this year’s Xmas special, as well as our usual roundup of the latest Who news and various other sundry matters. Thrill to Warren’s new “Doctor Who in your Pocket” noisemaker! Cheer as Warren and Steven chastise the Third Guy for not attending a curry dinner featuring many luminaries of the classic series! Grit your teeth as we chew up over an hour of your time and bandwidth with our off-color meanderings!
Monthly Archives: December 2007
We’ve decided to postphone our usual weekend podcast until after “Voyage of the Damned” on Christmas day. But we’re planning to not only do a regular show but also a commentary, so there’ll be that much more Radio Free Skaro to enjoy shortly…
Neil Cumpston is most likely the invention of one of Ain’t It Cool News writers, but his unique brand of obscene film geek madness has to be read to be believed. Drink in the wondrous lunacy that is his review of Cloverfield, the lo-fi, big budget New York monster destruction pic coming in January.
With a mere ten days until Voyage of the Damned, the Radio Free Skaro crew waxed on about the building media blitz prefiguring the Doctor Who Christmas special, including a great behind the scenes article in the Times of London, and ran through what little other news there was this week, though the power of digression pushed us towards the 43 minute mark. W00t!
The Third Guy had a first rate week, and he recounts to both Warren and Steven (and you, dear listeners) how he met Doctor Who scribe Steven Moffat, Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, superfan Ian Levine, and many many others in his ongoing adventures in the UK. We also have some bits of news and commentary, speculation about the upcoming Christmas special, and the usual tomfoolery and nonsense. All this and there isn’t even anything Who related on the air…except us, of course.
The biggest news by far this week was the impending return of Billie Piper in Series Four, a development that has us scratching our heads and debating at great length as to its cosmic significance. That, and the usual yandering on about things Who (of which there was otherwise sparse pickings this week) signify yet another episode of Radio Free Skaro for your listening pleasure.