Tag: The Mind of Evil

Radio Free Skaro #442 – Through The Thick And Thin

<![CDATA[ “Kill the Moon,” this week’s episode of Doctor Who, has proven to be one of the most divisive in recent memory, with fandom loving it or despising it but certainly not dismissing it. Was it the “game changer” showrunner Steven Moffat made it… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #442 – Through The Thick And Thin”

Radio Free Skaro #370 – Pride (In The Name Of Who)

<![CDATA[http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js Another week and still no new Doctor Who. The long 6-month wait for the 50th Anniversary Special means speculation about the show’s future in the form of the next actor (or will it be actress?) to play The Doctor. But it’s not all… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #370 – Pride (In The Name Of Who)”

June 2013 North America Doctor Who DVD Releases

<![CDATA[ June 11 will see a few Doctor Who releases on DVD, not the least of which is a standalone, 4-disc set for The Doctors Revisited. The set includes not only the specials themselves but also the stories accompanying their BBC America airings. The… Continue Reading “June 2013 North America Doctor Who DVD Releases”

Radio Free Skaro #357 – Wiped Clean By The Wrath of Pamela Nash

<![CDATA[http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js Just as Doctor Who is missing episodes from its archive, the Three Who Rule are missing Chris this week. But instead of providing you with a telesnap reconstruction of Pedantor, we bring to you instead an interview with Richard Molesworth, author of Wiped!,… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #357 – Wiped Clean By The Wrath of Pamela Nash”

Radio Free Skaro #355 – All The News That’s Fit To Miss

http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js It’s only a week after Gallifrey One, but there’s no rest for the wicked as we bring you a very special announcement regarding Radio Free Skaro and the Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo, taking place – surprise, surprise – in Calgary, Alberta from… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #355 – All The News That’s Fit To Miss”

Radio Free Skaro #355 – All The News That's Fit To Miss

<![CDATA[http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js It’s only a week after Gallifrey One, but there’s no rest for the wicked as we bring you a very special announcement regarding Radio Free Skaro and the Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo, taking place – surprise, surprise – in Calgary, Alberta from… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #355 – All The News That's Fit To Miss”

Radio Free Skaro #347 – Toyfairgate

<![CDATA[http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js A shocking amount of news made its way from the wilds of the Internet to the fevered brains and out of the fetid mouths of the Three Who Rule this week, including the infamous “ToyFairGate,” where canny spies noted BBC posters announcing….somewhat sparse… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #347 – Toyfairgate”

Radio Free Skaro #302 – Eat Your Soup

<![CDATA[http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js The Three Who Rule are slightly in tatters this week with Warren away in the Deep South and Chris fighting a cold that would easily fell the entire population of a space ark that left Earth in the 57th Segment of Time, Monoids… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #302 – Eat Your Soup”

Radio Free Skaro #301 – Some More Of Benton’s Greatest Mistakes

http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js A slow news week happily coincides with an otherwise jam-packed episode of Radio Free Skaro; this week the lads bring not one but two features to you dear listener! We’ve got an interview with “Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock” producer Simon Harris as… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #301 – Some More Of Benton’s Greatest Mistakes”

Radio Free Skaro #301 – Some More Of Benton's Greatest Mistakes

<![CDATA[http://widgets.getglue.com/checkin.js A slow news week happily coincides with an otherwise jam-packed episode of Radio Free Skaro; this week the lads bring not one but two features to you dear listener! We’ve got an interview with “Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock” producer Simon Harris as… Continue Reading “Radio Free Skaro #301 – Some More Of Benton's Greatest Mistakes”