Guest presenter Steven Schapansky of Radio Free Skaro has a ritual: same time every year, "An Unearthly Child." Why, and what goes through his head? Also, a flash thought from Chip about the Christmas "prequel."
Farewell to Amy and Rory! Chris from Radio Free Skaro reflects on departing companions and traveling alone, and I try (and somewhat fail) to separate "The Angels Take Manhattan" from the hype and show format. Plus a brief appreciation of Babylon 5's Michael O'Hare. All in successive two-minute (relatively) chunks.
The name's what it says on the tin: "Fozziebare" interviews podcasters to find out about their shows and interests on The Podcast Podcast. He asked me on to help explain this "Doctor Who" thing; I dragged Steven from Radio Free Skaro along because one of us needed to know what we were talking [...]
Whilst Warren was driving an RV through Alberta — you may supply your own punch line — Steven and Chris from Radio Free Skaro foolishly invited me in to warm the seat. Hope you like it. (RFS 202)
Buried somewhere there in the back of their TWO-HOUR EPIC are my good wishes for the Radio Free Skaro crew, who just released their 200th "official" podcast. Let me share them here as well, in exactly two minutes. Helpful advance info: Chris is the guy who's talked about having a T-shirt made: "My Doctor [...]
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