Doctor Whooch // Episode 011 Has A Secret Crush

In which we celebrate the Eleventh Doctor by revealing which beverage is totally punk rock.

This week on the podcast, Danica and Brandon reveal their TV crushes, which episode was playing the night they met, and why they love Neil Gaiman. In terms of Who, they watched “The Wedding of River Song” (Series 6, Episode 13) and “Nightmare in Silver” (Series 7, Episode 13). Also, Lee Pace? Call us. We want to talk to you about Gallifrey High.

And remember: if you’re in Edmonton on the weekend of November 16th and 17th, make sure you stop by Pure Spec, Edmonton’s best science and fiction festival! We will be hosting the show’s big Doctor Who 50th Anniversary from 2:45pm to 4:15pm on Sunday, November 17th, talking to fellow Whovians about the series both now and then, and offer their thoughts on the inevitably timey-whimey future. We’re currently lining up guests for this extravaganza, which will be recorded as a decidedly irregular episode of the podcast, seeing how it will be live and fairly sober. So please, join us live and experience one of the best literary festivals Edmonton has to offer!

The photo for this week’s episode was taken by some fancy pants Photo Booth program while we were recording this Halloween episode.

Outro music: “Crush” by Jennifer Paige

Podcast picture is by GIRL NAMED SHIRL PHOTOGRAPHY.

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Doctor Whooch // Episode 010 Brings Its Own Pockets

In which we celebrate all things Tennant in our Tennanth episode!

This week, Brandon and Danica are coming at you from the pelatial Remada Hotel in Westlock, Alberta, where there is an abundance of quiet and cows, but no shots. Still, they get drunk and talk Tennant (and Catherine Tate) as they watch “The Runaway Bride” (Series 3 Christmas Special) and “Turn Left” (Series 4, Episode 12). They also talk about how money is weird, and how Brandon has strange word gaps.

This week’s outro is “Pocket Full of Sunshine” by Natasha Bedingfield.

Podcast picture is by GIRL NAMED SHIRL PHOTOGRAPHY.

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