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Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 261
Running Time: 1:25:04
Our special panel discussion on the many possibilities of a Doctor Who theatrical movie. Recorded live at our November meet up with a stellar line up of panelists consisting of Graeme Sheridan, Dave Cooper, Victor 1st Mornington (Doctor Who Exposition & Katrina), Dave Lewis (TARDIS Newsroom & Paradox Island), Mike Rall (Who Island), and Saffia Widdershins (Prim Perfect Magazine), hosted by Louis Trapani.
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 260
Running Time: 1:40:14
In this episode, we review Doctor Who: The Rescue, Doctor Who news, Frazer Hines interviewed (part 1), and listener feedback with tributes to Elisabeth Sladen and comments from the 2011 series (from Justin, Scott, Brent Johnson, Greg, and more).
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 259 EXTRA Edition
Running Time: 1:43:28
In this Extra Edition of Doctor Who: Podshock we give our overall review of the 2011 series of Doctor Who (both spring and summer halves), plus Doctor Who related news.
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I have pointed it out before in postings here, on Twitter, and on our various shows, we are living with Star Trek technology already today… well, in many areas at least. In some ways, we surpassed what was predicted 45 years ago when the series premiered. For example, fax machines are really a relic of the past (even though some insist on still using them). We saw similar technology in Trek originally. Today we have iPhones, iPads, flat screen HDTVs… it is almost the bridge of the Enterprise right there.
Every month there seems to be a new post somewhere comparing today's technology with that of Star Trek's technology, so I won't repeat that here. Though with that said, I thought I would share the following infographic on it. It is not complete (in addition to fax machines which are now passé today, we saw Uhura wearing what can be compared to today's bluetooth ear pieces. Neither are represented on this graphic, but there's probably too many to include in one graphic anyway).
Today we will be reviewing the latest Doctor Who episode, The Girl Who Waited live on the net on Doctor Who: Podshock. What did you think of the episode? Once again we will be taking your live feedback on the show. I hope you can join us today 4pm EDT. Also be sure to join our live review of Torchwood: Miracle Day, episode 9 on Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi also today at 7pm EDT.
Today marks 45 years since the very first episode of Star Trek aired. It was September 8, 1966 when NBC aired 'The Man Trap' to an unsuspecting audience. It is not the "birthday" of Star Trek... die-hard fans ('Trekkers') know that the series had two pilot episodes commissioned. The first pilot, 'The Cage' dates back to 1964, and the follow-up pilot, 'Where No Man Has Gone Before,' to 1965. The first episode to air was not meant to go out first, but the suits at NBC wanted an episode with a "monster" in it (they felt it had to compete with Lost in Space at the time), 'The Man Trap' had a monster and therefore it was selected to air first.
This anniversary is bittersweet for me. It comes just a couple weeks after loosing a long time friend who had been a great Star Trek fan. It was an unexpected loss and therefore I have to say even now, I am still in shock and disbelief about it.
Torchwood: Miracle Day - Episode 7 and 8 "Immortal Sins" and "End of the Road" Reviewed on Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi
Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi - Episode 17
Running Time: 1:20:53
Torchwood: Miracle Day - Episode 7 - "Immortal Sins" and Episode 8 - "End of the Road" reviewed live over the net with your live feedback.