Saturday, October 8, 2011

Doctor Who: Farewell Series Six Extravaganza on The Monthly Ten Podcast! (#14 for October 2011)


For this month’s podcast, co-host Sean Chapman and I are breaking the Monthly Ten format to bring you our exclusive Doctor Who: Farewell Series Six Extravaganza!  This is base on a feature I usually write for the end of TV seasons, recapping my thoughts on all the episodes, the season as a whole, the best moments, performances, guest stars, etc.  Sean and I go over all of that for the sixth series of Doctor Who in this month’s podcast – which ended one week ago today – and though we don’t count down anything in sets of ten (which is why this one isn’t coming out on the tenth of the month), it’s should still be a fun, insightful listen for Doctor Who fans.  Remember to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, and if you already have, it should automatically download on your ‘podcasts’ page when you open the program.  If you haven’t subscribed yet, it’s easy, free, and can be done at any time!  Or….


We probably won’t talk about Doctor Who anytime in the near future, and after two months of fairly geeky topics, I’m planning on the next two or three installments of the podcast being broader.  November’s list will be all about a certain major motion picture hitting screens that month (hint: it’s not the one you’re thinking of), and December’s will focus on great Holiday films (and will go up in conjunction with a major Christmas-themed feature that will consume the site in December).  For now, though, enjoy this Doctor Who-themed podcast, and remember that it contains spoilers for those who haven’t seen/completed the sixth series.

Enjoy the show! 

1 comment:

  1. I've finished season 6 so I can finally listen to this episode! :D I don't know if you guys will even see this comment so long after it's been published... Mels wasn't mentioned before "Let's Kill Hitler" and she wasn't at Amy's wedding, but you can actually see pictures of her on Amy's wall just before her wedding in "The Big Bang". It's at about the 44 minute mark - Amy's mother is bringing in breakfast. Very hard to catch unless you're really paying attention to minutia but Mels is part of the continuity before she is officially introduced. ;)

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