In this episode Ant and I explore Frostfire & The Suffering two audio adventures featuring companions Vicki and Steven, read by the original actors, Maureen O’Brien and Peter Purves.
I then have a chat with the multifaceted Barnaby Edwards – This guy was the dalek operator in the Christopher Eccleston adventure entitled Dalek and has been in every dalek episode since. He also writes, acts, directs and produces many Big Finish stories.
Find out which BF story is his favourite, what he thinks of the new dalek design and wether dalek operaters have a harder time than R2D2
Welcome back to Timelore addendum the podcast that seeks to expore the Bg Finish adventures centered around the tv episodes being reviewed in the main timelore episodes.
In this episode David and Ant review Quinnis (the adventure set immeadiately before the 1st ever Dr Who eisode on TV). We also review Here there be Monsters both of these stories read by Carole Ann Ford.
The 2nd half of the episode is an interview with Tony Lee, author of the peter Davidson Big Finish adventure – ‘The Rat Trap’ and author of IDW publishings ongoing Dr Who comic.
Tony talks to us about writing Dr Who in 2 mediums, explores how much fandom you can let lek into your writing, explains IDW’s relationship to the BBC and gives lots of advice for freelance writers.
Due to a personal bereavement we’ve been away a little time but now we are back.
In this episode we review the first half of Season 2 of Doctor Who where we ask the important questions – is Ian to fat to fight, Is there some Ian and Barabara dirtiness going on that we are not party to. All these and more will be explored as we review
Welcome to Timelore Addendum a short stopgap to keep you going till the next epsidoe of Timelore. In this ep I and field agent Ant look at the Big Finish audio adventures that slot in and around the first series of dr Who and I interview Stephen North who played the father iin the family on The Christmas Carol, the latest Dr Who Christmas special.
And as you bask in the afterglow of the Dr Who Christmas special allow me to welcome you to the first episode of TimeLore, the newest addtion to the Geek Syndicate Network.
TimeLore is a season by season review of Dr Who from the very beginning.
Your hosts are myself, David Monteith, Richard Hutchinson and Alexis Jayne Defoe
Richard and myself have been steeped in Dr Who for as long as we can remember whereas Alexis has never seen a single episode of old school Dr Who. She has foolishly agreed to join us for this ride and wether her sanity will remain intact is a question that we are all keen to see answered.
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In this episode we talk about William Hartnell, discuss wether Ian & Barbara fill the roll of classic heroes and review the following episodes:-