Sun, 9 March 2014
This February we seized the chance at Gallifrey One to sit down with Graeme Burk and Robert Smith?, authors of Who’s 50, a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who featuring “the 50 Doctor Who stories to watch before you die”.
Sit back, pour yourself a glass of cabernet, and relax as we discuss Who’s 50 with Graeme and Robert.
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Direct download: Whos_50.mp3
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Fri, 28 February 2014
Episode 38 marks our third annual “live” recording at Gallifrey One, and this time we’re pleased to be joined by Deb Stanish of the Verity! podcast and Chicks Unravel Time. Sensing that perhaps we would join a challenge (whoops, spoilers!), Deb chose Lawrence Miles’ The Adventuress of Henrietta Street, an BBC Eighth Doctor novel featuring (sort of) Fitz and Anji and a whole gaggle of ladies of the evening. From the back cover:
On February 9, 1783, a funeral was held in the tunnels at the dead heart of London. It was the funeral of a warrior and a conjurer, a paladin and an oracle, the last of an ancient breed who’d once stood between the Earth and the bloodiest of its nightmares.
Her name was Scarlette. Part courtesan, part sorceress, this is her history: the part she played in the Siege of Henrietta Street, and the sacrifice she made in the defence of her world.
In the year leading up to that funeral, something raw and primal ate its way through human society, from the streets of pre-Revolutionary Paris to the slave-states of America. Something that only the eighteenth century could have summoned, and against which the only line of defence was a bordello in Covent Garden.
And then there was Scarlette’s accomplice, the ‘elemental champion’ who stood alongside her in the final battle. The one they called the Doctor.
Lawrence Miles is, perhaps, best known as the author of Alien Bodies (be sure to listen to our sterling review of it) as well as a handful of other Eighth Doctor novels. Grab a glass of milk, relax, sit back, and enjoy our discussion of The Adventuress of Henrietta Street.
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Direct download: Episode_38_The_Adventuress_of_Henrietta_Street.mp3
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