Exploring the world of film and gaming with Jonathan R. Lack and friends!
Just to clarify, the top 10 list was more my favorite podcast episodes as opposed to the “best” episodes – I wouldn’t really know how to rank those. I re-listen to these episodes the most and the subject matter weighs in more than other factors. Sorry Sean, I like me some Harry Potter (hehe). If I was more of a gamer, shows like the Halo retrospective definitely would have made it on the list. If it makes Sean feel any better, he has inspired me to watch every single episode of Doctor Who as well, including the reconstructed episodes and the unaired Tom Baker serial “Shada”. I only have half of the First Doctor and half of the Second Doctor serials to go.The top 5 ways I got my Classic Doctor Who fix:1) Netflix DVD by mailThey have most of the episodes available. The advantages of watching Doctor Who on DVD are: a) You can play a DVD at 1.5 speed during the really boring episodes and still understand the dialogue. b) Most DVDs include ‘making of’ documentaries and other trivia extras.2) DailyMotion.comThey have many of the serials available but in lower quality format, including, most importantly, the reconstructed lost episodes.3) Netflix streaming (limited amount of episodes)4) iTunes (generally cheaper than DVD)5) DVD purchase (see #1)