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DW Podshock Podcast Companion App - Episode 02
Exclusive App Episode
Running Time: 0:34:48
In this bonus exclusive episode for the DW Podshock Podcast Companion App we include a segment from the Q&A session with Daphne Ashbrook (Grace from the 1996 Doctor Who movie) from last month's 25th anniversary event for the Gallifreyan Embassy. The complete interview and Q&A from the event is included in Doctor Who: Podshock 229 - Extra Edition. Plus Ken and Louis talk about the origins of the Gallifreyan Embassy, and more.
This episode appears in the "Exclusives" section of the app.
Note: The app is currently only available for the Apple iOS (iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad), there is an Android version in the works. Currently there is a bug in the iPad version in which prevents the episodes from being listed, they appear blank (in both the regular episodes section and exclusive section), but if you tap the topmost slot, you will hear the latest episode.
In case you missed it or perhaps you just want a HD (or SD) version of it to watch on your new iPhone or iPod or iPad or Apple TV, etc… Or perhaps you want to see it or re-watch it before listening to Doctor Who: Podshock 232 in which it is reviewed. The latest Doctor Who adventure starring Matt Smith is now available in the Apple iTunes store: A Christmas Carol - Doctor Who, The Matt Smith Specials
"No. What?! Adric, I've given you a privileged insight into the mystery of time, yes?"
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 231
Running Time: 0:33:56
A 2010 holiday edition of Doctor Who: Podshock featuring Matthew Waterhouse and an interview with Paul Slocum by Anthony S Burdge, and more.
Hosted by Louis Trapani ( @LouisTrapani ).
The Sonic Newsdriver 20101223
Selected Doctor Who related news delivered sonically.
For Earth-date: Thursday, the 23rd of Dec. 2010
The Game is Afoot, Bow Ties are Cool - Fezzes are Cool - The Doctor is Cool, Happy Trails to You, Be Careful What You Ask For, Jurassic Doc, Jenkins Almost Said No, Your Android Has Gotten More Sonic, and much more!
What has become somewhat of a tradition for me here, I am posting about a couple of iPhone (iOS) apps currently on sale in the App Store that might be of interest to iPhone photographers.
I haven't tried them as yet at the time of this writing, so obviously I this is not meant to be a review or recommendation. I hope to try them out soon though.
Both are similar in respects that they apply filters and/or textures to your photos to alter their look and/or mood.
You have asked for it and now it is here: The Sonic Newsdriver podcast app for the Android platform! Having already established itself on the Apple iOS platform, now Android users will be able to keep posted on selected Doctor Who related news that the Sonic Newsdriver show brings you, along with upcoming extra content right on your Android device. No longer will you need to envy iPhone and iPod touch users, it is now available for the Android. You will never miss an episode and you will be helping to support the show as well.
After being pulled from the App Store by Apple for violating its interface standards for apps (by including a hidden function that changed the volume controls into a shutter button for this camera app to use), the Camera+ - tap tap tap has returned.
Just a quick heads up on some price drops of Star Wars iOS apps. I don't know if these are merely sales or permanent price changes. That said, I would assume they are on sale for a limited time instead of risk it and see the prices jump back up.
With all the celebrating going on of the 47th anniversary of Doctor Who on November 23rd last month, many science fiction fans may have missed the DVD release of the 1994-1995 sci-fi series, Space Precinct. This review of Gerry Anderson's Space Precinct complete series DVD box set release is to complement our review in the latest episode (episode 9) of Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi.
The series was created and produced by Gerry Anderson. A familiar name to sci-fi fans as his previous works include (in reverse order) Space: 1999, UFO, Captain Scarlet and the Mysersons, Thunderbirds, Stingray, Fireball XL5, and Supercar, to name a few. Space Precinct has a different flavor than his previous work. It is a police drama set in the future, 2040 to be exact. Though unlike another British television sci-fi police series, Star Cops, this series embraces many sci-fi iconic elements in it. In other words, you will see aliens in this series. They are two very different series, not to be confused with each other even though they are both science fiction police dramas produced in the UK.