Episode 15: It’s Learning Time

In which Martyn and Gerrod discuss A Christmas Carol and play some choons.

A Christmas Carol” is an episode of the British science fiction television programme Doctor Who. It is the sixth Doctor Who Christmas special since the programme’s revival in 2005 and was broadcast on 25 December 2010 on both BBC One and BBC America, making it the first episode to premiere on the same day in both the United Kingdom and the United States. It was written by Steven Moffat and directed by Toby Haynes.

In the episode, a crashing space liner with more than four thousand people onboard has been caught in a strange cloud belt. The alien time traveller the Doctor (Matt Smith) lands on the planet below and meets the miserly Kazran Sardick (Michael Gambon), a man who can control the cloud layer but refuses to help. Inspired by Charles Dickens’s 1843 novella A Christmas Carol, the episode has the Doctor attempting to use time travel to alter Kazran’s past and make him kinder so that he will save the spaceship.

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Ayesha Antoine

Between acts at Stratford East, Martyn and Gerrod sit down with Ayesha Antoine; safe to say a great time was had by all. Look out for Martyn and Gerrod in Ayesha’s next film, a kick-ass kung-fu spy movie.

Ayesha Antoine is an English actress, originally from Essex. She is known for portraying Rachel Baptiste in Holby City, Poppy Silver in Grange Hill and  Dee Dee Blasco in Doctor Who.

Red Riding Hood at Stratford East.

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Episode 14: Sarah Jane Series Four

A Sarah Jane filled episode in which Martyn looks at the vault of secrets, then Martyn and Gerrod look at Death of The Doctor.

Martyn and David Montieth from Geek Syndicate talking about Lost in Time.

The Sarah Jane Adventures is a British science-fiction television programme, that was produced by BBC Cymru Wales for CBBC, created by Russell T Davies starring Elisabeth Sladen. The programme is a spin-off of the long-running BBC science fiction programme Doctor Who and is aimed at a younger audience than Doctor Who. It focuses on the adventures of Sarah Jane Smith, an investigative journalist who, as a young woman, had numerous adventures across time and space.

The series debuted on BBC One with a 60-minute special, “Invasion of the Bane”, on 1 January 2007, and broadcast through till 2011, up until Sladen’s death. It was nominated for a British Academy Children’s Award in 2008 in the Drama category, and for a BAFTA Cymru in 2009 in the Children’s Drama category.[1][2] The programme won a Royal Television Society 2010 award for Best Children’s Drama

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Episode 13: Midnight Cawfee

Professor Dave and Lilibet from Professor Dave’s Ark in Space stop by Bad Wilf Towers for some Midnight Cawfee. The four of us discuss the Doctor Who episode ‘Midnight’.

Midnight” is the tenth episode of the fourth series of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It was originally broadcast on BBC One on 14 June 2008.

The episode is principally set on board a small touring vehicle, which stops in the middle of a tour on the hostile surface of the planet Midnight and has its cockpit destroyed with its driver and mechanic. The unseen assailant is depicted only through sound effects and its possession of one of the vehicle’s passengers, Sky Silvestry (Lesley Sharp), who repeats the words of the other passengers on board.

The episode placed much more emphasis on the role of David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor than in the rest of the fourth series, with the Doctor’s companion, Donna Noble (played by Catherine Tate) playing only a minimal role. For this reason, Stephen James Walker has described this episode in his book Monsters Within as being “companion-lite”

 

 

Episode 12: The Wilfs of Fenric

In episode 12 of the podcast, we discuss The Doctor Who: The Curse of Fenric, The Star Wars 3D re-releases and much, much more.

They also check out Him & Her, Get Him to the Greek and, Sesame Street: True Mud.

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Episode 11: Human Nature

In episode 11,  Gerrod and I stay the most on-topic we have ever been. We discuss Doctor Who: Human Nature.

Human Nature” is the eighth episode of the third series of the revived British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was originally broadcast on BBC One on 26 May 2007. It is the first episode of a two-part story written by Paul Cornell adapted from his 1995 Doctor Who novel Human Nature. Its second part, “The Family of Blood”, aired on 2 June. Along with “The Family of Blood”, it was nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form in 2008.[1]

In the episode, the alien time traveler the Tenth Doctor (David Tennant) hides from his pursuers, the Family of Blood, in 1913 England. He transforms himself into a human and implants the false persona of a schoolteacher called “John Smith” to avoid detection until the Family’s life runs out.

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Episode 10: Hulk Boobs

Martyn and Gerrod discuss Sherlock, Doctor Who: The Lodger, a pair of Hulk boobs and the recent interview with Torchwood’s Kai Owen. They also get Glen’s view on Doctor Who.

The Lodger” is the eleventh episode of the fifth series of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, first broadcast on BBC One on 12 June 2010. It was written by Gareth Roberts, who based the story on his 2006 Doctor Who Magazine comic strip “The Lodger”.

The episode features the Doctor (Matt Smith) stranded on Earth and separated from his companion Amy Pond (Karen Gillan), when an unknown force prevents his time-traveling spaceship, the TARDIS, from landing. To investigate, he moves into the flat of Craig Owens (James Corden) and attempts to fit in with ordinary humans while unknowingly playing matchmaker for Craig and his good friend Sophie (Daisy Haggard).

Kai Owen Interview

In our first ever interview for the podcast, Martyn and Gerrod talk to Torchwood actor Kai Owen.

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Kai’s website: kaiowen.com
Twitter: @KaiKaiOwen
Llandudno Youth Music Theatre: lymt.co.uk
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Episode 9: Saving Gerrod’s Privates

Gerrod goes on holiday and Martyn is joined by Professor Dave from Professor Dave’s Ark in Space. They discuss Tooth and Claw and a lot of other stuff.

Tooth and Claw” is the second episode in the second series of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast on BBC One on 22 April 2006.

The episode is set in Scotland in 1879. In the episode, a group of warrior monks intends to use an alien werewolf (Tom Smith) to take over the British Empire and start an “Empire of the Wolf” by turning Queen Victoria (Pauline Collins) into a werewolf.

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Interview-Matthew Waterhouse

Martyn and the Doctor Who Podcast Alliance interview Matthew Waterhouse, who played Adric in Doctor Who. His new book is a Doctor Who memoir entitled ‘Blue Box Boy.’

Martyn is joined by Professor Dave from Professor Dave’s Ark in Space, Tony Gallichan from Flashing Blade and Adam J Purcell of Staggering Stories.

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Matthew’s publisher: HirstBooks.com

Signing sponsored by: Waterstones.com