Tag: The Lie of the Land

Radio Free Skaro #703 – Hail Jex, Hail The Unalive

It’s nearing the end of the summer for us in the northern hemisphere, and thus our summer podcast time filling comes to an end with the second half of our Miniscope on modern series writer Toby Whithouse! But first, listen to Steven become cynical…

Radio Free Skaro #605 – Moonage Daydream

There’s nothing Doctor Who-ish on TV until Christmas…but there is an hour with debonair man of the 1970s, Jon Pertwee, who graces the BBC iPlayer with an hour of his many charms in the imaginatively named “An Hour with Jon Pertwee!” There’s also movement…

Radio Free Skaro #587 – Death By Scotland

Gloom, doom, and light-eating tentacle dogs are the topic du jour for the Three Who Rule, as they viewed the Rona Munro penned, Charles Palmer helmed “The Eaters of Light” and formed cogent, well reasoned analyses of the third to last episode of Series…

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 #585 – Fake News Central

It’s the end of the Monk Trilogy with the Toby Whithouse scripted and Wayne Yip directed “The Lie of the Land”…but what were the Hot Takes™ of the Three Who Rule (reunited, and it feels so good) on the curtain-draped corpses with the lightning…

Radio Free Skaro #583 – The Meddling Monks

We’re at the midway point of Series 10 (sniff) so what better time for Steven Moffat to check in on the show he runs by penning another episode himself in the form of “Extremis”, a mind-bending escapade that took viewers from England to the…