We’re currently looking for a female co-host to join us on the Bad Wilf podcast. You must be interested in Doctor Who, classic series and new and also the spin-off’s, Torchwood and Sarah Jane.
Ideally, you should be based in the UK, as we can’t be dealing with the time difference of other countries, we will make exceptions, if the time difference is only an hour.
If you’re interested, then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Martyn and Imran discuss Day of the Moon and Martyn looks at some AudioGO adventures:
- Doctor Who: The Gemini Contagion
- Torchwood: Ghost Train
- Torchwood: Department X
The podcast can be accessed via different places, including Audioboom, Player fm and Itunes.
The impossible astronaut achieved a final viewing figure of 8.86 million viewers
The figures do not include those watching on iPlayer, where the show is currently number one on the watched list
An extra 0.47 million, watched it on the BBC Three repeat the day after
B.W reporter Martyn
Martyn and Gerrod discuss Doctor Who: The Impossible Astronaut.
Matt Smith has been nominated for his first BAFTA, for his portrayal as The Doctor.
He is nominated for best leading actor.
His competition are, Jim Broadbent, for Any Human Heart. Benedict Cumberbatch, for Sherlock, and Daniel Rigby, for Eric and Ernie.
The first episode of Doctor Who, series 6: The impossible astronaut, received an over night figure of 6.5 million, putting it back in league with the 2006/2007 series opener’s.
Martyn and Gerroed attended a Doctor Who Series Six launch party at the One Tun Pub in Farringdon and Pete gives us his review of the Inferno audiobook.
Pictures from the event:
What struck me about Lis was her grace. She welcomed me, educated me, and delighted me with her tales and adventures on Doctor Who. And she also seemed to have a quality of youth that not many people retain as they go through life. Her grace and kindness will stay with me because she had such qualities in abundance and shared them freely. I will miss her, as will the world of Doctor Who and all the Doctors that had the good pleasure to work with Lis Sladen and travel the universe with Sarah Jane.
I just can’t believe that Lis is gone. She seemed invincible. The same woman who enchanted my childhood, enchanted my time on Doctor Who and enchanted generations who have watched her and fallen in love with her – just like I did. I feel very honoured to have shared a TARDIS with Sarah Jane Smith, and I feel very lucky to have shared some time with Lis Sladen. She was extraordinary.
Sarah Jane dead? No, impossible! Impossible. Only last week I agreed to do six new audio adventures with her for Big Finish Productions. She can’t be dead. But she is: she died yesterday morning. Cancer. I had no idea she was ill; she was so private, never wanted any fuss, and now, gone. A terrible blow to her friends and a shattering blow for all those fans of the programme whose lives were touched every Saturday evening by her lovely heroic character, Sarah-Jane Smith. … Those sweet memories of happy days with Lis Sladen, the lovely, witty, kind and so talented Lis Sladen. I am consoled by the memories. I was there, I knew her, she was good to me and I shall always be grateful, and I shall miss her.