David Tennant’s 2021 series of Doctor Who comes to a close. We look at retroactive characterisation, the draw of the past, season structures, the role of cover art, event storytelling, resolution repetition, character continuity, physicality, promotion, & much more.Continue reading
David Tennant’s new series of Doctor Who — before the Time War, on audio, and releasing three episodes at a time — continues. We look at the middle stretch of the series in depth, talking twists and secrecy, companion chemistry, body horror on audio, android identity, bubble dimensions, ‘fanbrain’, self selection, alien bears, vanity and sacrifice, the Time War as a meta scar across the show, & much more.Continue reading
Infinite potential, the nature of change and mystery, the finale’s paratext and positioning, the many stances on the series, chosen one narratives, lore, Morbius, the Other, and so, so much more is discussed within!Continue reading
Many Moffat mystifications, 123-year-old twists, reconfigured folklore, just who was funding a certain foundation, horror tropes, repeated themes, and the question of a series 2…all of that (and so much more) is discussed in this podcast for Dracula, the 2020 series (be it series 1, or a lone miniseries) from Steven Moffat, Mark Gatiss, the BBC, and Netflix.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
Elephant empathy, a case of the blues, judicial farces, skeevy superhumans, trauma feedback systems and more are discussed in this seventh episode of Watchmen, An Almost Religious Awe.Continue reading
Lube Man, Excalibur, mystery eggs, trauma across generations, religions and legacy, babies and centrifuges, Superman origins, the Oklahoma Bombing – there’s plenty of yolk underneath the shell of this episode, If You Don’t Like My Story, Write Your Own.Continue reading
Who Cares about the second episode of Russell T Davies’ new show, YEARS AND YEARS? With a new and musical intro, the cast discuss real-life biohacking, Theresa May, RTD + Moffat’s treatment of religion, deniable irony, pornography, family sagas, multi-generational living (and more!), as the episode that covered 2024 to 2025 spawns much discussion.Continue reading
This version of the interactive Who Cares special, covering the New Year’s Day special Resolution, featured a positive take. This is the first of two abridged, split-into-two, linear, audio-only versions of the choose-your-own-adventure/path/podcast that was the Who Cares take on Resolution.Continue reading
The first Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Doctor Who podcast! Choose guest’s opinions, topics, & even fates, throughout multiple paths, songs, skits, and endings. Many voices and hot takes converge (emphasis on the ‘verge’) in a journey where you decide not only the outcome, but the people to hear from, what opinions you’ll tolerate, & how to progress! Choose your future. Choose your resolution. Choose Who.Continue reading
The second epzode of Who Cares naturally covered the second episode of Doctor Who’s 11th series; THE GHOST MONUMENT.
Just who are Angstrom and Epzo? The question had plagued our minds, a nonstop source of confusion and debate. Would Neo’s #teamepzo stance be vindicated in the face of his castmate’s allegiance to Angstrom? Would the sophomore episode prove the premiere a fluke, one way or another? And just what can be learned from a Sniperbot? Nate Bumber joined the cast in an instalment that would see these pressing questions answered.