Who Cares about YEARS AND YEARS, three weeks in? Well, what’s there to care about? Skeevy IQ testing, even skeevier BBC titling, Viv Rook’s Last Supper, cathartic car crushing, Murray Gold’s music, and multiple moments of embarrassment for the cast, as the show’s halfway point is reached. The show being YEARS AND YEARS, not WHO CARES? of course (have no fears, we’ve stories for…years!).Continue reading
Who Cares about former Doctor Who showrunner Russell T Davies’ new show, YEARS AND YEARS? In this first instalment of coverage for the six-episode miniseries, that question is thoroughly answered. Music, politics, a surprising link between Russell T Davies and Quentin Tarantino; much is discussed as the years of 2019 to 2024 that the episode covered are examined.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 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.
The fourth epzode of Who Cares covered the Halloween week episode of Doctor Who’s 11th series; ARACHNIDS IN THE UK.
An all-Australian cast – Neo and two newcomers – seemed appropriate for an episode revolving around spiders. But were the spiders the scariest thing in an episode that also featured (an attempt at) scathing political commentary? Cobwebs are cleared by the cast in this conversation.