Tag: Kill The Moon

Radio Free Skaro #739 – Lockdown of the Daleks

SwarmFest 2020 continues and with it we have a Doctor Who tsunami of tweetalongs, tie-ins, and tat, which makes up for conventions as far and wide as San Diego and London going online (in the case of DWAS’s CapitalCon) and just flat out not… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #739 – Lockdown of the Daleks”

Radio Free Skaro #738 – Absence of the Daleks

As we continue to hide in our own personal escape pods from Swarm 2020, we’re joined my writer, playwright and Resurrector of the Daleks Robert Shearman, who tells us firsthand about dealing with COVID-19, finishing his new book “We All Hear Stories in the… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #738 – Absence of the Daleks”

Radio Free Skaro #474 – Mayhem of the Mooninites

<![CDATA[ As Steven dips further into cricket insanity, a factor leading to his inevitable emigration to India could be the fact that Doctor Who will soon start broadcasting there for the first time. How can he possibly resist? Or perhaps a trip to New… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #474 – Mayhem of the Mooninites”

Radio Free Skaro #444 – Boneless Chicken Wings

<![CDATA[ Doctor Who is often at its best when it mixes domesticity with the fantastical, and the Jamie Mathieson penned, Douglas Mackinnon directed “Flatline” was no exception, if the rapturous reception (spoilers) of the Three Who Rule for this week’s episode is anything to… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #444 – Boneless Chicken Wings”

Radio Free Skaro #443 – Execute Order 66

<![CDATA[ Trains! Space! A mummy! Jelly babies! Foxes! All things in writer Jamie Mathieson’s “Mummy on the Orient Express,” this week’s episode of the obscure and not well regarded televisual program known as Doctor Who, and all subjects for debate for the Three Who… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #443 – Execute Order 66”

The Troubling (Not At All) Subtle Subtext of "Kill the Moon," by Kyle Anderson.

<![CDATA[ This is the moment I say “mea culpa” to everyone in the world. I completely, utterly, and totally didn’t pick up on something that was about as obvious and on the nose as anything that’s been on television in…ever. This weekend’s Doctor Who… Continue Reading “The Troubling (Not At All) Subtle Subtext of "Kill the Moon," by Kyle Anderson.”

The Troubling (Not At All) Subtle Subtext of “Kill the Moon,” by Kyle Anderson.

This is the moment I say “mea culpa” to everyone in the world. I completely, utterly, and totally didn’t pick up on something that was about as obvious and on the nose as anything that’s been on television in…ever. This weekend’s Doctor Who episode,… Continue Reading “The Troubling (Not At All) Subtle Subtext of “Kill the Moon,” by Kyle Anderson.”

Radio Free Skaro #442 – Through The Thick And Thin

<![CDATA[ “Kill the Moon,” this week’s episode of Doctor Who, has proven to be one of the most divisive in recent memory, with fandom loving it or despising it but certainly not dismissing it. Was it the “game changer” showrunner Steven Moffat made it… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #442 – Through The Thick And Thin”

Radio Free Skaro #441 – Officer’s Mess

When we found out that Gareth Roberts was the scribe behind “The Caretaker,” we all expected a rompity-romp-romp, much like “The Lodger” and “Closing Time.” And while this story did have rompy moments, it was also funny, touching and filled with nice character touches… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #441 – Officer’s Mess”

Radio Free Skaro #441 – Officer's Mess

<![CDATA[ When we found out that Gareth Roberts was the scribe behind “The Caretaker,” we all expected a rompity-romp-romp, much like “The Lodger” and “Closing Time.” And while this story did have rompy moments, it was also funny, touching and filled with nice character… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #441 – Officer's Mess”