Tag: Paul McGann

Radio Free Skaro #740 – Danger: Bulk Flour

The love for Doctor Who and indeed humanity itself continues, with many a Doctor thanking the NHS for their sterling service this week, a new tweetalong with the inestimable Paul Cornell and his stories “Human Nature” and “The Family of Blood”, and extra bonus…

Radio Free Skaro #720 – Babu Frik and Frak

Download MP3 Links: – Support Radio Free Skaro on Patreon! – Radio Free Skaro Fluid Links Advent Calendar – LEGO Telesnap Versions – Changes to the Series 12 TARDIS console room – Hot Topic to release Series 12 merch after every episode – UK…

Radio Free Skaro #586 – Jackdaw Meanderings

A spot of tea, a biscuit, some empire-building and hostile action against upright crocodiles are the order of the day as the Three Who Rule look at “Empress of Mars,” Mark Gatiss’ latest (and last?) foray into the world of Doctor Who and Wayne…

Radio Free Skaro #569 – Radio Free Skaro: Victorian Gothic Folly

Hooray for Gallifrey! The Three Who Rule are back for their ninth(!) trip to Gallifrey One, the real happiest place on Earth, and for the sixth(!!) year running, it has been their honour to help launch the convention in style with their very own…

Radio Free Skaro #566 – Never Cruel Or Cowardly

It is with a heavy heart that we mark the passing of acting legend John Hurt, beloved by Whovians for his portrayal of the War Doctor in “The Day of the Doctor” but with a career spanning the best of film, TV, and the…

Radio Free Skaro #535 – Douglas, King of Scots

Gallifrey One guests! A radiant Pearl Mackie sharing her first day on set for Series 10! Classic Who on PBS, and this very podcast being highlighted by the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Arts blog! All mere preamble to the commentary for “The Husbands…

Radio Free Skaro #528 – Sgt. Pepper Taught The Band To Play

As The Year With No Doctor Who drags on, new cracks in spacetime emerge, amongst them a back-and-forth war between the BBC and its enemies in government and without, and the surprising news that Chris Chibnall might adopt the (predominantly) American model of a…