How do you make a special episode "special" when you only have two actors and a big spaceship? Russell T Davies has a pretty good answer.
What I wouldn't have given for the Meep to give an order to "reticulate the splines." (Oh, yeah: I loved this one.)
You can't expect David Tennant to not be David Tennant, but I really want the Fourteenth Doctor to be meaningfully different from the Tenth. I have my hopes, but the Fourteenth Doc comic in Doctor Who Magazine and even the Children in Need short didn't offer any clues….
The hiatus between Doctors is near an end, and a podcast born out of a love of David Tennant and Russell T Davies comes out of its own hiatus for their return.
On great last words, blossomest blossoms, emotional truth, and whether the plot is king.
Bringing the podcast out of mothballs on The Eve of The Power of the Doctor…
Is RTD2 a nostalgia trip? Some thoughts on last week's announcement of Ncuti Gatwa, today's announcement of Catherine Tate and David Tennant, and the merits of old mistakes vs. new mistakes.
Jason Snell, co-host of Downstream on Relay FM and head of The Incomparable network of pop culture podcasts, joins me for a look at Doctor Who's future in a world where TV networks struggle to stay relevant and Netflix is losing a bunch of subscribers. The conversation is a "follow-out" from recent discussions on Radio Free Skaro. (Apologies to Jason because I overprocessed his audio.)
When you're the sort of person for whom the meaning of "fine" turns from "good enough" to not so much, and maybe you start surrendering to pessimism, even after an honestly revolutionary conversation between Yaz and the Doctor.
The most tortured podcast episode title I've ever created, plus my Thasmin wishlist for "Legend of the Sea Devils."