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Radio Free Skaro #474/A – Easy Laughter with Rob Shearman

Radio Free Skaro #474/A – Click here to listen!

rfs474aIn this special mini-episode of Radio Free Skaro, Steven interviews writer Robert Shearman about his recent trip to New York to watch a production of his 1992 play “Easy Laughter”, as performed by Dirt [contained]! Rob and Steven also talk about Series 8 of Doctor Who, and Rob gives an update on the soon-to-be-released Running Through Corridors Volume 2.

And people of New York! This current run of “Easy Laughter” is on until Sunday. Click the link below for tickets to see one of Rob’s personal favourite plays!

Show notes:

Dirt [contained} and their production of Rob Shearman’s “Easy Laughter”

Interview:
Robert Shearman

Video Free Skaro 004

On this episode of Video Free Skaro, not only do we have an interview with noted Doctor Who and Y the Last Man artist Pia Guerra, not only do we have a profile of the Myrka, the most despised villain in all Whodom, but we also have action figures making out. Yep, you read that right.

Coming Soon – Radio Free Skaro and The World of Tomorrow!

As many of you know, Radio Free Skaro recently opened the Gallifrey 23 convention in Los Angeles with our live show featuring Camille Coduri, Simon Fisher-Becker, Dalek operator Barnaby Edwards, director Toby Haynes and Gary Russell. Warren has been putting together the video version of the live show and you’ll see it here very soon, but for now here’s a small teaser, the introductory video that we ran before the show itself.

Skaromantic Comedy, the sequel to Blue Meanie!

In what has become a Gally tradition (of two years), Warren has created another Doctor Who fan film for showing at Gallifrey and on the web. Skaromantic Comedy is the sequel to Blue Meanie, Warren’s first fan film. It’s a gripping tale of romance, mad science, beautiful women and Daleks, and you can watch it right here, right now!

The New Skaro Shop

The Skaro Shop is back!

The wait has been long but the Skaro Shop has made its return, hosted by our new partner, Spreadshirt. Your old shirt favourites are back along with some new designs including the UK-only football jersey and our homage to the recent Craig Ferguson Doctor Who song about intellect and romance triumphing over brute force and cynicism.

Head on over to the all-new Skaro Shop to have a look at all the great Radio Free Skaro swag available! And most importantly, thanks for your support of Radio Free Skaro!

Doctor Who Magazine – Who To Follow On Twitter

Doctor Who Magazine #430 published a list of the Top Doctor Who twitterers to follow, and Radio Free Skaro made the list! We join the esteemed company of others such as TV critic Charlie Brooker, TV/radio presenter Jonathan Ross, late night TV host Craig Ferguson, nerdist Chris Hardwick and the crew from fellow podcast Podshock.

Many humble thanks to everyone who suggested Radio Free Skaro, it’s our privilege and pleasure to have earned your eyes and ears with what we do – and a big thanks to Benjamin Cook for compiling the list!

Doctor Who Magazine #430 hits newsstands in the UK on 13 January.

Photo courtesy Tim Drury

Radio Free Skaro in 3-D: Live at Gallifrey

We here at Radio Free Skaro are pleased and excited to announce Radio Free Skaro in 3-D – the Three Who Rule live on stage at Gallifrey One Catch 22 in Los Angeles on Friday, February 18.

The 90-minute show will feature Warren, Steven and Chris in their first-ever Gallifrey One stage event. Join all three hosts of Radio Free Skaro plus special guests (friend of the show) Phil Ford, writers James Moran, Gareth Roberts and Clayton Hickman and Sarah Jane Adventures director Joss Agnew, live at Gally. All in all, this is a show not to be missed!

Radio Free Skaro in 3-D will take place at 2:00 PM on Friday February 18, 2011 in Program Hall B of the Los Angeles Airport Marriott hotel at Gallifrey One.

See you there!

SPACE Blog: Death in Who

Death is the universal equalizer, most people’s worst fear and the final act in everyone’s life. In science fiction, unlike the real world, it’s also reversible, and no show does more to dodge death than Doctor Who. What other television show has a character who transforms from one actor to the next, in the process neatly avoiding the final curtain and rebooting the show for a new series of adventures?

Read the rest of the post at SPACEcast.com.

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