Shannon finds out that in the 1976 Fourth Doctor LP story The Pescatons, this time it’s personal. Shakedown: Return Of The Sontarans features old foes with new faces and old friends with new agendas, and The Second Doctor’s era turns a memorable page in The Night Walkers comic strip from the Swingin’ Sixties!
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Episode 170 – Hey, That’s No Way To Say Goodbye
1:53:40Recorded 48 hours after the anniversary date marking their astonishing tenth year as a podcast duo, Shannon and Stylin’ Steve reflect on the memories of producing the show that they brought every ounce of passion to. Caustic commentary on the negative impact on fandom from agenda-driven agitators is on Shannon’s mind this show, and much…Continue reading →
Episode 169 – Karma Chameleon
1:51:49The boys are back and soaking in the long-awaited return! Ruffled Second Doctor ruffles authority figures in the BBC Studios animated release of the classic story The Faceless Ones. Steve’s rubbish beard is shorn for a great cause. Shannon’s Eccleston rant peters out. Doctor Who Funko Pops are appraised for value. The one compelling reason…Continue reading →
Episode 168: We Are All Stories In The End
2:19:00Shannon embarks on a difficult review of 2020. A year of monumental challenges personally and professionally for both hosts. He remembers CBC TV sports anchor (and Steve’s father) Carl Lake, Jeremy Bulloch of Star Wars Boba Fett fame, and Newfoundland local comic shop owner and passionate fan of all things good and geek, Jason Conway.…Continue reading →
Whostorian Bonus – Covid Victorious
1:59:57Shannon returns with a lengthy solo episode to update fans on mental health status of both hosts and address the current social woes of living in a pandemic. But it’s not all doom-n-gloom! Multi-platform media effort Timelord Victorious is given a spotlight and issue #1 of Titan’s 2-issue tie-in specials is covered. The 7th Doctor…Continue reading →
The Whostorian: Episode 167 – Return Of The Jowlies
1:27:21Steve and Shannon reunite and it feels so good! Pandemic weight gain, award winners, Christopher Eccleston transforming one more time, slimy slugs and cutaway comics are all discussed. Welcome back! *Forgive me please for my (Steve)’s audio. I don’t know what happened but it’s been a while since we set up the studio in person.…Continue reading →
Whostorian Bonus: Max Who-RoomShannon throws around Sumo wrestlers with B.A Baracus in the poll winner A-Team #2 Marvel comic, finds hunger to be a perfect foe for the Sixth Doctor in Big Finish’s The Seeds Of War, teams up with Frobisher to rescue cute space fish Polly The Glot in IDW’s Classic Comics, enjoys 1990s jean shirts and…Continue reading →
Whostorian Bonus: Leisure Suit LiamShannon discovers why the 12th Doctor is bullet-proof in Titan’s Digital-First miniseries Ghost Stories #1, finds out it doesn’t take a scryer to see Titan’s Fourth Doctor: Gaze Of The Medusa #1 is worth the price of FREE, and revels in the shade of the Sun and guns of young Liam Neeson in poll-winner Miami…Continue reading →
Whostorian Bonus: Come (Solar) Sailing With MeShannon finds out that in the 1976 Fourth Doctor LP story The Pescatons, this time it’s personal. Shakedown: Return Of The Sontarans features old foes with new faces and old friends with new agendas, and The Second Doctor’s era turns a memorable page in The Night Walkers comic strip from the Swingin’ Sixties!
The Whostorian: Episode 166 – It’s Christmas Charl… Stylin’ SteveTime to close out the year with a Christmas Special talking about the Christmas specials. Stylin’ Steve goes over an informal top five of the specials he liked and will be watching on Christmas Eve as he works the night away. From the Motes of News, here’s the YouTube channel for the school in Wales…Continue reading →
The Whostorian: Episode 165 – Taking The Show SoloThis is not an illusion, The Whostorian is back. Stylin’ Steve is in control of his TARDIS as Shannon takes a sabbatical, so while one host is away, the other will play. After the Motes Of News, Steve dives into a review of the first outing for his favourite Doctor, Time & The Rani. There’s…Continue reading →