In this episode I talk about the Technology in Doctor Who, the film Inception, and Hans Zimmer and his amazing work.
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As I say at the end of the podcast, here is Hans Zimmer’s Time, have a listen:
In this episode I review Doctor Who season 6.
Next time I will talk about the Tech in Doctor Who; The Sonic Screwdriver, The T.A.R.D.I.S ect… please send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org, join the Facebook group, and follow the shows’ Twitter account; @WhoITMPodcast and my own @RhysDrWhoParton.
In this episode the brilliant Roberts Haynes carries our review of the season (yes, that’s season) finale of season 6; The Wedding Of River Song, with a few – really uneeded – comments from me.
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Robert’s back! And in thios delayed episode we talk about Torchwood Miracle Day episode 10 and Doctor Who: The God Complex.
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Also, thanks to Robert for the Paddy Kingsland music played in this episode.
Hello all! In this episode I, along with Robert Haynes, discuss Doctor Who: Let’s Kill Hitler, and Torchwood Miracle Day episode 7 Immortal Sins, enjoy:
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Hello all, here is my chat with Adam J Purcell form The Staggering Stories Podcast, which you can find at: http://www.staggeringstories.net/index2.html. In this episode we talk about Doctor Who season 6 part 1, A Good Man Goes To War, Murray Gold’s bloody amazing-show-making-magic music, among other things.
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Here is the latest trailer for Doctor Who. I called the River thing. When you see it, you’ll know what I mean when you watch it.
Here you go…
Now, I know it’s a trailer and it’s meant to make us think we’ve ‘called it’ or figured it out, but I did come up with that theory.