In our continuing but loosely-defined run up to the Doctor Who 50th anniversary, we cast our minds back 10 years in this week’s podKast to the 40th anniversary. Yes, there was a 40th anniversary of our favourite show, but you’d be hard-pressed to recall anything particularly significant about it.
Christian Cawley, James McLean and Brian Terranova give it a go, however, mentioning Big Finish audio Zagreus, Scream of the Shalka and even 35th anniversary novel The Infinity Doctors by Lance Parkin.
Before we make it there, however, we mull over Peter Davison’s recent comments about companions, a topic that can also be found discussed at length on the current Kasterborous editorial.
Look out too for this week’s recommendations, including Summer Falls and Other Stories, as featured in the past two runs of Doctor Who.
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Kasterborous PodKast Series 3 Episode 40 Shownotes
- Mr Dalliard on YouTube
- The Day of the Doctor synopsis
- Where to watch The Day of the Doctor at the cinema
- Creepy Doll
- Peter Davison on classic era companion
- Scream of the Shalka
- The Infinity Doctors
- Mara Tales boxset featuring Kinda and Snakedance
- The Mutant Phase
- Summer Falls and Other Stories
- That editorial…
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