Ayesha Antoine interview

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.

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Red Riding Hood at Stratford East.

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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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Kai Owen Interview

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

Kai Owen is a Welsh actor of stage and screen, known to Welsh audiences for his numerous roles on Welsh language television and to worldwide audiences for his portrayal of Rhys Williams in the Doctor Who spin-off, Torchwood.

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Kai’s website: kaiowen.com
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Llandudno Youth Music Theatre: lymt.co.uk
Children’s charity: www.clicsargent.org.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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Matthew Waterhouse interview

Martyn attended Matthew Waterhouse’s book signing in Essex. Matthew very kindly took time out of his day to chat with us.

Matthew Waterhouse is perhaps best-known for playing Adric in Doctor Who. He has also recorded multiple audios for Big Finish Productions, including their Dark Shadows range. 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, Siobhan 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

Episode 04: Bad Wilf Harder

In this episode, Gerrod and I are joined by our good friend Glen. Glen has never seen Doctor Who, so we showed him, Rose and Blink.

Rose” is the opening episode of the first series of the revived British science fiction television program Doctor Who. The episode was directed by Keith Boak and written by Russell T Davies who was also one of the three executive producers. It was originally broadcast in the UK on BBC One on 26 March 2005. “Rose” was the first Doctor Who episode to air since the Doctor Who television film in 1996.

In the episode, the London department store worker Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) gets caught in the middle of the alien time traveller the Doctor’s (Christopher Eccleston) plot to prevent an invasion of the Earth by the Nestene Consciousness (voiced by Nicholas Briggs) and the Autons after the Doctor destroys Rose’s workplace.

Blink” is the tenth episode of the third series of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It was originally broadcast on 9 June 2007 on BBC One. The episode was directed by Hettie MacDonald and is the only episode in the 2007 series written by Steven Moffat. The episode is based on a previous short story written by Moffat for the 2006 Doctor Who Annual, entitled “‘What I Did on My Christmas Holidays’ By Sally Sparrow”.

In the episode, the Tenth Doctor—a time-travelling alien played by David Tennant—is trapped in 1969 and tries to communicate with a young woman in 2007, Sally Sparrow (Carey Mulligan), to prevent the statue-like Weeping Angels from taking control of the TARDIS. Sparrow and her best friend’s brother, Larry Nightingale (Finlay Robertson), must unravel a set of cryptic clues sent through time by the marooned Doctor, left in DVD Easter eggs.

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