PodKast Doctor Who Teardown: Pertwee Season 7 vs Bouffant Years

Kasterborous Doctor Who podKastHere’s a question for you: is Season 7 of Doctor Who better or worse than the rest of the Jon Pertwee era? We don’t know, but Christian Cawley and James McLean certainly had a good go at discussing it in this week’s podKast.

Other topics include a bunch of unglamorous weirdos picking of the Radio Times Audience Award BAFTA for Doctor Who‘s 50th anniversary episode The Day of the Doctor while the production team suns itself works really hard filming in Lanzarote, some talk about David Tennant being described as the “quintessential Doctor” by show legend Terrance Dicks and speculation over the Series 8 start date.

Oh and we start off with the most unusual Kasterborous discussion yet. Believe us, we have no idea how we ended up doing that…

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The Kasterborous PodKast theme tune is arranged by Russell Hugo. Gets better with every listen, doesn’t it?

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