Sunday, November 25th, 2007

Radio Free Skaro #60 -Milestones and Memorials


The 44th anniversary of Doctor Who was marked by two sad occasions with the passing Peter Haining, the author of Doctor Who: A Celebration (the bible of the show in our formative years), and Verity Lambert, the co-creator of the program. But it wasn’t all doom and gloom, as we delved into how we celebrated the show’s birthday, the conclusion of the first season of the Sarah Jane Adventures, and other bits and pieces. Enjoy! (feed, web, direct download)

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4 Responses to “ Radio Free Skaro #60 -Milestones and Memorials ”

Jean-Paul Samson says:


Well, maybe. We might have thought the Judoon were Sontarans at one point in time.

Jean-Paul Samson says:

There’s been a number of blurry fan photos leaked during the past day and, assuming they aren’t fakes…

Here it comes…

I’ll type this backwards so it isn’t so readable, for those who don’t want to know…


Ruof Seires ni si Repip Eillib

I Am Steven says:

Ruof Seires is actually the name of the main Welsh villain in Episode 7 of Torchwood.

Jean-Paul Samson says:

Likely in response to the rather pleasant article regarding Torchwood in an edition of last week’s Edmonton Journal, a less than pleasant reader decided to write in and complain:

“Torchwood is a lame, outdated Spy Factor wannabe with a bland and irritating cast. Moreover, it’s not from the creator of Doctor Who, as the publicity claims, merely the Doctor’s highly overrated present producer. This is a total industry whitewash.”

Hey, it wasn’t me! Anyone want to take credit for that?

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