Doctor Who: The Day of The Doctor 50th Anniversary Special (Podcast Chat)
This is going to be a very short post. Just over 2 weeks ago I posted a review of the 50th Anniversary Special episode of BBC’s Doctor Who, one of the world’s longest running television shows. It was my first ever episode of Doctor Who and, in a nutshell, I quite enjoyed it.
This past weekend, I made plans with a couple of friends to do a podcast together and talk about our experiences. Paul (blogger extraordinaire for the Hugo-winning SF Signal) and Sally (chief editor of The Qwillery) are both far more experienced Whovians than me, and they’ve been watching the show for years. We had a really great discussion and I enjoyed chatting with them about the show and the episode in particular. Of course, I listened to these two get into the nuts and bolts of various things more than talking about it, but it was fantastic.
Always great to be able to discuss current shows with people.
Sally was kind enough to upload the audio file of our chat to SoundCloud and get that up and running. So here is the link (and here is Sally’s own write-up). Hope it is a lively discussion.
Posted on December 12, 2013, in Doctor Who, Review Central, TV Show Reviews and tagged Aliens, BBC, Billie Piper, Christopher Eccleston, Clara Oswald, David Tennant, Doctor Who, Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special, Dr. Who, Eleventh Doctor, Elizabethan England, Gallifrey, Jemma Redgrave, Jenna Coleman, Joanna Page, John Hurt, Kate Stewart, London, Matt Smith, Ninth Doctor, Queen Elizabeth I, Review Central, Science Fiction, Tenth Doctor, Time Lords, Time Travel, TV Show, TV Show Review, Zygons. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.