Materializing in the land occupied by the Geeks Of Doom, Tched and cGt2099 bring the TARDISblend to you in its new location: a podcast dedicated to the universe(s) of Doctor Who, Torchwood, and the Sarah Jane Adventures.
Listen to Episode 16 of TARDISblend here below in the podcast player.
We kick off this week’s show discussing Matt Smith’s appearance as the Eleventh Doctor on The Sarah Jane Adventures and examine the bombshell dropped by the BBC: there are no regeneration limits on the Doctor anymore — he is, for all intents and purposes, immortal!
Meanwhile, within the realm of news related to the Doctor’s main show, we have a look at the news and rumors surrounding the filming of Doctor Who Series 6, including the fabulous announcement that the first two episodes are being filmed and will be set in the United States. We also examine how Steven Moffat may have been misquoted lately with regards to the Daleks, and speculate on what Neil Gaiman has planned for his Doctor Who episode.
In Who-Related news, we discuss the recent casting of past Doctors in Peter Jackson’s upcoming adaptation of The Hobbit, and take a look at a few other Who newsbits from around the web.
All this and more, in the latest edition of the TARDISblend — now in its new home at GeeksOfDoom.com!
Oh, and for those interested in checking out episodes 1 through 15 of the TARDISblend, they are still online and available at Social-Blend.com.
Presented by Greg Davies (cGt2099 from The Social Blend Podcast) and Tom Cheredar (Tched from The Drill Down Podcast), TARDISblend is a mini podcast that takes a look at the ongoing adventures of Doctor Who — as Matt Smith makes his journey as the Eleventh Doctor!
TARDISblend Show Links and Sources
Doctor Who Filming In America For Season 6
Doctor Who is now immortal, reveals the BBC
Neil Gaiman drops Doctor Who hints
Rainbow Daleks ditched from Doctor Who?
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“a podcast dedicated to the universe(s) of Doctor Who, Torchwood, and the Sarah Jane Adventures.”
I’ve only heard of two of those shows! Talk about niche! Thats why I come here guys, keep it up. :D
Comment by SomeDudeInPA — November 2, 2010 @ 3:10 pm
There’s actually a 4th show as well: K-9
Comment by Greg Davies aka cGt2099 — November 3, 2010 @ 9:49 am