"Who Da Man?"

Here is the first ever ‘Who’ – Is The Man Podcast VIDEO episode!

It’s just me saying hello really.

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No I’m not going to pretend that I invented YouTube, it’s just that there’s going to be some videos from me soon!

I may copy (rip-off) the cool guys and gals (well, gal) at The Omega Podcast and do some video episodes, and some audio episodes. The video episodes might – if I can figure out this video making beeswax – contain short (I’ll do my best) movie reviews, or book recommendations and the like and maybe  more.

So not only will you be able to find the show and things related to it on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/134244883285845/

Twitter: @WhoITMPodcast

Google +: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/104585367824370394195/104585367824370394195/posts

But you’ll also be able to find me on YouTube.

As the name of the episode might suggest, this time round The End Of The World is reviewed.

Please send your feedback to whoisthemanpodcast@hotmail.com.

Next time, it’s The Unquiet Dead, feedback would be lovely.

I’m happy to say that episode 44 of has arrived without too much of a delay. This time round I metaphorically travel back in time and review the first episode of New Who, Rose.

Next episode I’ll review The End Of The World (the episode obviously).

If you have any thoughts on anything covered and too be covered please send your feedback to whoisthemanpodcast@hotmail.com.

If you’re on Tiwtter follow the show at: @WhoITMPodcast

In this episode I read and play some feedback, and I review (or rather gush over) The Avengers.

Please send your feedback to whoisthemanpodcast@hotmail.com.

I’m back! I’ve rambled, again.

Sorry for the delay (0n the episode, and the blog post), I’ve been very busy (and WordPress wouldn’t load for me for a while).

But enjoy the latest episode: [audio: http://hw.libsyn.com/p/d/e/2/de27447fe920edcd/Who_-_Is_The_Man_Podcast_episode_42_Presenting_the_Ramble_of_The_Titans.mp%5D

Also, please, send some feedback to whoisthemanpodcast@hotmail.com

So, on Saturday I was lucky enough to go down to Melbourne to see the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular! You may have already seen/heard my podcast episode about it, but here are some videos, more thoughts and some pictures.

To start off with, this was my first Doctor Who event (apart the event I make watching every episode as it airs for the first time – my inner 5 year old always comes out) and it was truly fantastic! The atmosphere in and around the building was full of excitement, much Who knowledge – and challenges/quizzes of said knowledge that I overheard, sonic screwdrivers buzzing, and a lot of excited chatter! And not just from me. I guess it was a bit of a preview of what a convention is like (oh, how I would love to go to a convention!) with many people with a deep ingrained love for the same thing, coming together to celebrate it.

So, to start off with, there were cosplayers. There were many cosplayers! We had a Tenth Doctor (see further down the post for a picture of him and myself), several 11 Doctor’s – me included, quite a few Amy’s, a lot of Rivers (that just sounds weird… “Welcome to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, mind your step, we’ve got River’s running. Running around that is!”), a Liz Ten/10, a Star Trek Captain (he got a lot of attention), and even a Sherlock Holmes! Oh, and this little guy:

Adorable! This little fella was running around the room, pointing at interesting things, and waving at people.

Up next we have the excellent Tenth Doctor cosplayer I mentioned before:

Sadly we didn’t get his converse trainers in shot, but they did complete the costume.

Now, the show. Mark Sheppard (Canton Delawar The Third in Doctor Who, Badger in Firefly – not that I have to tell you) hosted the show, and did a fantastic job doing so. He started off by telling us who his Doctor was (Jon Pertwee if you weren’t aware), then he wound us up by saying Murray Gold was among us, and we all cheered and got very (very, VERY! In my case) excited!

Eventually there guys and gals turned up!

Eventually, at the end of the show, Murray Gold himself went up on stage and played these two pieces!

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