Tag: Radiophonic Workshop

Radio Free Skaro #413 – Block Transfer Computation

<![CDATA[ It’s the return of Fluid Links! Yes, everyone’s favourite mercury-based connection thingy is back, and we’ve got (some) of your questions to hash over, cogitate upon, and generally discuss. Good thing too, because the news is pretty thin on the ground this week.… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #413 – Block Transfer Computation”

Radio Free Skaro #412 – Ahearne It Through The Grapevine

<![CDATA[ The Three Who Rule are travelling back in time this week to the wild, wooly days of 2005, when a certain program about a madman in a box first re-graced our screens after a long, long hiatus. Though we take the success of… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #412 – Ahearne It Through The Grapevine”

Radio Free Skaro #396 – The Great Canadian Wheat Plains Are Safe

<![CDATA[http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js Statspocalypse! Yes, in a moment that Warren has feared since the inception of Radio Free Skaro, the 50th Anniversary generated stats to such a degree that they may have become sentient and declared war on humanity. And despite Warren’s hatred of the Devil… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #396 – The Great Canadian Wheat Plains Are Safe”

Radio Free Skaro #392 – The Final Phase

<![CDATA[http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js It was truly a momentous week for Doctor Who fans everywhere as they got not one, nor two, but THREE different trailers for ‘The Day of the Doctor’ from the BBC (twice!), BBC America, and, inadvertently early, BBC Latin America. While everyone is… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #392 – The Final Phase”

Radio Free Skaro #328 – A Fistful of Kahlers

<![CDATA[http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js Steven returns this week to the Radio Free Skaro fold after spending the previous week in a Doctor Who-less desolation in the form of the lakes area of Northern Wisconsin. A completely different desolate location (namely, Almeria, Spain) served as the backdrop of… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #328 – A Fistful of Kahlers”