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Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 323
Running Time: 0:59:22
Interviews with writer and creator of the Daleks, Terry Nation, and actor Mark Strickson (Vislor Turlough in Doctor Who), and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani.
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 322
Running Time: 1:55:59
We review The Sea Devils, the 1972 Doctor Who adventure starring Jon Pertwee, Katy Manning, and Roger Delgado, plus news, your feedback, and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani, Lee Shackleford and Kyle Jones.
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 321
Running Time: 1:30:56
We review your recorded feedback from the last several months, the latest Doctor Who news and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani.
It’s no secret that I have been a huge fan of Star Wars since it was released in 1977. It could even be argued that I was fan before it was even released (Sorry, Stephen Colbert, you’re not alone or the first), as I was following the production and its impending release in science fiction genre media. It’s without exaggeration that it had a tremendous impact on this then eleven year-old when it was released and it continued on. This post isn’t focusing on that so I won’t go into all the details only to say even though I was deeply into the mythology and themes of the films, it didn’t prevent me from having a life outside of it.
It was 35 years ago today on a chilly night not unlike tonight (well, perhaps not as cold) when Star Trek: The Motion Picture opened in the theaters in the U.S. I remember vividly going to see it for the first time. After watching Star Trek all my life on television, we were finally seeing it on the big screen. Big it was, as it captured the scale and majesty of the refitted Enterprise and more like television never could at that time.