Cut climaxes, offscreen espionage, improvisational TV, secrets & tap dancing, casting & mad ranting…Spyfall: Part Two, the second episode of Doctor Who: Series 12, is the type of follow-up to really stoke conversation.Continue reading
Vore, spycraft, Utopia & Time Flight comparisons, descriptive audio, value depreciation, these are just a few of the things the premiere of Doctor Who: Series 12 – Spyfall: Part One – makes one think about.Continue reading
Who Cares about Torchwood’s explosive second series? Character comfiness, narrative devastation, affirming v overstepping touch, communicative complications, and all sorts of other matters platonic & chtonic are discussed in a first viewing for one (Kode), a re-viewing for two (Neo & Ingiga), a reviewing for all, looking at the series that sees the show dig its own graves.Continue reading
Who Cares about Torchwood’s first series? Who cares about the adult-aimed sci-fi crime drama spinoff of DOCTOR WHO? One of us hadn’t cared at all up until now, this being her first watch, while others of us had cared a lot over the years. All of us had quite the chat, over quite the series of quite the show.Continue reading
The tenth epzode of Who Cares covered Doctor Who’s eleventh series finale; THE BATTLE OF RANSKOOR AV KOLOS.
How could such a finale be dealt with? The regular format would not do. The regular voices would not do. To catch a thief you must think like a thief. But how could it be emulated? What other episode would it have to be filtered through? Listen hopefully. Who Cares will surprise you. Constantly.
The ninth epzode of Who Cares covered the penultimate episode of Doctor Who’s 11th series; IT TAKES YOU AWAY.
Alternative universes. Alternate podcasts. Alternate Series 11s. It was not a regular podcast for the cast – or casts, rather – this time around. What became arguably the most acclaimed episode of the series demanded a slightly different approach.
The eight epzode of Who Cares covered the third and final historical of Doctor Who’s 11th series; THE WITCHFINDERS.
The cast expands to seven people for this epzode, demonstrating audience hostility by just missing out on the episode-appropriate number of voices. But the first episode directly addressing the new Doctor’s gender in dialogue certainly generated a lot of conversation. And just what are the implications of garbing one’s self in a witchfinder outfit during very real witch hunts? An unforgettable amount of unpacking was due.