Gallifrey Public Radio: Classic Rewatch: The Leisure Hive

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It’s the dawn of both Season 18 and the John Nathan Turner era, and there are few things that we don’t see up-ended in the first story of ‘the new order’.


Gallifrey Public Radio: Torchwood Rewatch: Meat (S2E4)

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The reason many of us remember the ‘tortured space manatee’ episode from Season 2 is the same reason others forget…the disturbing nature of the episode’s primary storyline.


Gallifrey Public Radio: Classic Rewatch: Shada

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Never given the chance to film in its entirety in 1979, what was slated to be the penultimate story of Season 17 was left in production limbo until a team of animators, producers, and cast came together to complete and broadcast Douglas Adams’ final Doctor Who script in 2017.


Gallifrey Public Radio: 8-Year Timey Wimey Capsule

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As the GPR signal winds its way into an eighth year on the Internet, Jay and Keir “discover” an early conversation (we write this in the ‘Sarcastica’ font) from the 2012 planning stages.


Gallifrey Public Radio: Keeping the Home Fires Burning

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From the superfans, to the casual viewer, to the brand-new to the program, there are challenges in keeping interest in the Doctor Who franchise strong during an indeterminate filming hiatus, and an ever-changing set of access points to aired content.


Gallifrey Public Radio: Classic Rewatch: The Horns of Nimon

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Season 17 had its peaks and valleys, and it’s rather unfortunate that the final story to Douglas Adams’ tenure as story editor (as well as a number of other ‘final moments’) was squarely in the middle of the plains.


Gallifrey Public Radio: Galactic Poetry Slam

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The Doctor may have known Shakespeare, but our attempts to play a trivia game with Whovian Limericks would have the Bard seeking an unhealthy dose of retcon.


Gallifrey Public Radio: Torchwood Rewatch: Sleeper (S2E2)

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With the team now working more effectively and completely than any time in Season 1, we’re handed a rather overt, at times obvious investigation into a crime that could have led to more, but didn’t.