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Radio Free Skaro #743 – Resting Prentis Face

The lockdown continues across the world, and this week we welcome one Erik Stadnik from the Czech Republic and Doctor Who: The Writer’s Room fame to regale us with tales of eastern European quarantine along with good natured badinage about this week’s news, which…

Radio Free Skaro #736 – Isolation of the Daleks

The original Three Who Rule Time Team Fam are back after a couple weeks apart and there’s a frankly insane amount of news to plow through after three weeks off the clock. And and AND we have your Fluid Links questions answered…or at least…

Radio Free Skaro #670 – Curran Account

Have you ever wanted to see block transfer computation on the big screen? Your time has come as “Logopolis” hits theatres this March in the US and the BFI in February in advance of the release of the Doctor Who Season 18 box set!…

Radio Free Skaro #666 – Woe To You, Oh Earth and Sea

With no new Doctor Who until New Year’s Day in the form of “Resolution”, how will the Three Who Rule cope with their withdrawal pangs? Why, by celebrating the arrival of the Number of the Beast, Episode 666, with a commentary for the Series…

Radio Free Skaro #659 – The Web of Fear

The Doctor and her fam…errr, TARDIS Team land back in Sheffield and smack dab into spiders, ethically dubious American businessmen and RTD-level family drama in “Arachnids in the UK”, the latest instalment of the eleventh series of Doctor Who. Will the quintessentially Whovian juxtaposition…

Radio Free Skaro #658 – The Spirit of Rosa

For a show about time travel, Doctor Who doesn’t really go deep on matters historical, preferring a quick tour and a laugh to really getting into events as they unfold. But that changed this week with “Rosa,” a look at how civil rights hero…

Radio Free Skaro #655 – Her Majesty

The countdown is on with one week to a new Doctor and a new era, and the media frenzy continues unabated with Jodie Whittaker playing an entirely non-canon Theremin on the Graham Norton Show, talking on BBC Radio6, giving us the first(ish) glimpse at…