Radio Free Skaro #388 – 50 Ways To Love Your Doctor

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rfs388On the way to a light week for Radio Free Skaro, the world of Doctor Who decided to explode in a shower of the awesomeness that is nine previously missing episodes from the 1960s being found, returned, and released to an adoring public via iTunes. Naturally, the Three Who Rule felt compelled to give you their thoughts on both “The Enemy of the World” and “The Web of Fear”, unseen for decades, but they also bring you interviews with the esteemed Paul Cornell, who talks about “Scream of the Shalka” (now out on DVD), his upcoming comic, The Girl Who Loved Doctor Who, which will close out IDW Publishing’s Doctor Who series, and an exclusive Doctor Who book-related announcement. And we all also talk to Graeme Burk and Robert Smith?, authors of the phenomenal new book Who’s 50. So much for a week off! Next week: the beginning of the second half our popular Producer Miniscope series!
Show Notes:

Recovered Episodes…Popular!
Christmas Special…Wrapped!
Madame Vastra…Returns?
Doctor Who…Explained!
Enemy of the World…Episodes 1-3!
Enemy of the World…Episodes 4-6!
Recovered Episodes…Limited Edition DVDs!
Behind The Sofa…Updated!
The Oodcast…50th Anniversay Show!

Interviews:
Paul…Cornell!
Graeme…Burk!
Robert…Smith?!

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2 Comments on “Radio Free Skaro #388 – 50 Ways To Love Your Doctor

  1. When the New doctor sees himself in a mirror will be remember seeing this face in the past at pompeii etc?

  2. Pingback: The Discontinuity Guide is Coming… as an Ebook!

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