Radio Free Skaro #332 – Harry and the Giant Clam

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Radio Free Skaro #332 – Click here to listen!

The bulk of this week’s episode is devoted to “Chicks Unravel Time,” edited by Deb Stanish and L.M. Myles, a follow-up by Mad Norwegian Press to the widely praised “Chicks Dig Time Lords.” In this book, each writer tackled a different season of Classic Who, with sometimes surprising results! The editors of this weighty tome told Warren and Steven about the creation of the book, the wide range of voices in the book (from pros to first-time writers) and the big difference that a female perspective can have on interpretation of our favorite television program.

Oh yes, and some stats were mulled over at some point in the news segment. Last stats until Christmas, thank Omega!
Show Notes:

Gallifrey One…Guest Update!
The Angels Take Manhattan…Final Viewing Figures!
Doctor Who…Rules iPlayer!
Doctor Who Series 7A…PS!
The Eternity Clock…Now On PS Vita!

Interview:

Chicks…Unravel Time!

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5 Comments on “Radio Free Skaro #332 – Harry and the Giant Clam

  1. ChrisChibnall tweeted: “The Brian scene: written to be a DVD extra, not an alternate ending to Angels Take Manhattan. Not filmed due to actor availability clash.”

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  3. Great episode as always. Enjoyed the interview, some interesting and entertaining insights from Liz (Lis?)and Deb, but I wish Pedantor had been there to pull them up on their innacurate use of the term ‘reboot’ to describe recent Doctor Who.

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