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We Review Planet of the Spiders and Whooverville In Doctor Who: Podshock 163


By Louis Trapani - Posted on 27 September 2009

Doctor Who: Podshock 163

"A tear, Sarah Jane? No, don't cry. While there's life, there's..."

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 163
Running Time: 1:23:14

News, Planet of the Spiders Review, Whooverville 2009 Report

Hosted by Louis Trapani, Ken Deep, and James Naughton with Dave "AC" Cooper.

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Doctor Who: Podshock an international Doctor Who podcast premiering in 2005 by the Gallifreyan Embassy and produced by Art Trap Productions.

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