Sunday, February 24th, 2008

Radio Free Skaro #71 – now airing on BBC 3 last week


Narrowly avoiding the technical snafus of last week, the RFS crew rose to the occasion and produced an hour of witty banter, insults and of course the eagerly awaited pub rumours that were so cruelly stolen from our audience last week by the vagaries of Skype. Besides covering the latest Torchwood (which aired last week on BBC 2 and this week on BBC 3 and two years previous on stone tablets and oh I give up already…) we talked about the latest news, along with the usual digressions and nonsense we’ve become so very famous for. 

Warren Frey is a journalist, freelance writer, podcaster, video producer, and all-around media consultant currently based in Vancouver, Canada. His written work has appeared in such publications as Metro Vancouver, the Westender, Mac | Life and the Japan Times.

3 Responses to “ Radio Free Skaro #71 – now airing on BBC 3 last week ”

jabberwocky says:

I think that Steven is just never going to watch Life on Mars, so just start talking about it spoilers be damned.

Jean-Paul Samson says:

The way I’ve managed to squeeze watching Life on Mars into my schedule is simply to not watch Torchwood. It’s working well so far. I’m half way through the concluding series of LoM.

Greg Fink says:

Hi Warren,

Heard the last few podcasts today and thought I should drop you a line about what ever happened to the vlad tardis. Well, long story short, it fell apart and is now gone. About 6 years ago I came accross what was left of the box stored in a back corner of the Winter Art Glass studios storage space. Time had not been kind and it was in very rough shape. My brother and I were offered the box (both vlad and uwe had declined it) but as we had no where to do the restoration (and that police box needed a lot of work) we declined. When the shop moved that summer the tardis was thrown into the skip.

So it is gone, just like the summer of 1987 is, and until someone has a good reason to build another one that is the end of the police box in edmonton.

I did however keep Barry Yoner’s tardis control center. It was in much better shape.

All the best. Enjoying the podcast.


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