Tag: The Girl Who Waited

Radio Free Skaro #305 – Richard Clark's New New York's Rockin' Eve

<![CDATA[http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js On the same weekend that The Doctor’s Wife, along with The Girl Who Waited and A Good Man Goes To War, was nominated for a Hugo Award, it was fitting that we discuss the assorted works of that episode’s director, Richard Clark, in… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #305 – Richard Clark's New New York's Rockin' Eve”

Radio Free Skaro #305 – Richard Clark’s New New York’s Rockin’ Eve

http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js On the same weekend that The Doctor’s Wife, along with The Girl Who Waited and A Good Man Goes To War, was nominated for a Hugo Award, it was fitting that we discuss the assorted works of that episode’s director, Richard Clark, in… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #305 – Richard Clark’s New New York’s Rockin’ Eve”

Radio Free Skaro #289 – Errand Of Mercy

<![CDATA[http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js Gallifrey One, the massive and amazing annual fan-run Doctor Who convention, is rapidly approaching and we take some time to talk to Program Director Shaun Lyon about the recently-released convention schedule and to formally announce details of our live show – Radio Free… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #289 – Errand Of Mercy”

Radio Free Skaro #273 – The Oncoming Stormageddon

<![CDATA[http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js The penultimate episode of Series 6 featured the return of one of the great Doctor-companion teams that never happened. Matt Smith and James Corden, so perfectly matched in 2010’s “The Lodger”, reunited to amuse and delight in Gareth Roberts’s wonderful follow-up “Closing Time”,… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #273 – The Oncoming Stormageddon”

Radio Free Skaro #272 – Nimon Sci-Fi Con

<![CDATA[http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js A minotaur, a question of fear and faith, and a turning point for the Doctor and his companions…not to mention a surreal hotel from Hell! The God Complex went under the RFS microscope this week, with a smattering of opinion both favourable and… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #272 – Nimon Sci-Fi Con”

SPACE Podcast – September 16, 2011

<![CDATA[ SPACE Podcast – September 16, 2011. Click here to listen! The Girl Who Waited was heralded widely as one of the best episodes of NuWho, and on this week’s InnerSPACE podcast the Three Who Rule offer their capsule review of the episode. Mark… Continue Reading “SPACE Podcast – September 16, 2011”

Radio Free Skaro #271 – Heeeeey Macarena!

<![CDATA[http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js The Girl Who Waited was, to varying degrees, praised by the Three Who Rule as one of the best episodes (if not THE best, according to Warren) of this season, with acclaim for the direction, the visuals, the timey-wimey-ness, and most of all… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #271 – Heeeeey Macarena!”

Radio Free Skaro #270 – Dolls Polyphony

<![CDATA[http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js Fear Her, one of the less appreciated stories in the Doctor Who oeuvre, isn’t a story that the Three Who Rule reasoned (or hoped) would ever be brought up again in Doctor Who, but all three of your intrepid hosts got a distinct… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #270 – Dolls Polyphony”

Radio Free Skaro #269 – Who Do You Think You Are Kidding, Mr Hitler?

<![CDATA[http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js Doctor Who is back! After what seemed equally both a long summer and a short summer, Doctor Who has returned to our screens with Let’s Kill Hitler — and of course the Three Who Rule were all over the episode to deliver their… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #269 – Who Do You Think You Are Kidding, Mr Hitler?”

Radio Free Skaro #265 – Snakes and Ladders

<![CDATA[http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js More Torchwood (it’s still good!) and more stats (they’re still numbers!) and more news and a whole lot of blathering about Christopher Bailey’s Snakedance populate this episode of Radio Free Skaro as the Summer Classic Commentary series continues! The lads take a turn… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #265 – Snakes and Ladders”