Wednesday, April 22, 2020

9. Kaldor City - A Retrospective

This time we take a look back at the incredible series Kaldor City, produced by Magic Bullet Productions.

Kaldor City is based on characters created by Chris Boucher for the Doctor Who TV adventure The Robots of Death and the BBC Books novel Corpse Marker.

All of these adventures are available to purchase from

David Collings reads Corpse Marker, available on Audible.


Theme music by Husky by the Geek.

Background music by Tristram Cary, taken from Devils Planets, The Music of Tristram Cary.

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Sunday, April 19, 2020

Special Guest John Ainsworth on Big Finish Monthly Range #263 - "Cry of the Vultriss"

John Ainsworth (Director/Producer/Script Editor) joins us to chat about his work on this month's Big Finish monthly range release #263: Doctor Who - Cry of the Vultriss.

He also discusses his work on the following projects:

The Fearmonger
The Plague Herds of Excelis
Strontium Dog - Down to Earth
Jago & Lightfoot Series 1
Blake's 7
Doctor Who Unbound - A Storm of Angels
Doctor Who Unbound - Full Fathom Five


Theme music by Husky by the Geek
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Saturday, April 11, 2020

Episode 7 - The Kingmaker - REVIEW - with guest Mark Cockram

Mark Cockram is our guest this time and he has chosen his favourite Big Finish audio, The Kingmaker, for review.

Mark is the host of the Nerdology podcast, a tranquil repose for Doctor Who podcasters wishing to take a break from the rigours of Doctor Who fandom. By listening to Nerdology you can enjoy such variations in pop culture as I, Claudius and The West Wing, and much, much more.

The Kingmaker is number #81 in the Big Finish monthly range and was released in early 2006. Written by Nev Fountain, it features the first appearance of the 4th Doctor in a Big Finish play, voiced by the incredibly talented Jon Culshaw.


We certainly went off on some tangents in this episode, even discussing the most popular documentary on Netflix at the moment, Tiger King.

Be sure to also check out the Strangers in Space podcast, which Mark has appeared on from time to time.

And we play the full version of The Mandolorian theme by Husky By The Geek, the musician behind the theme music we use for The Sirens of Audio.

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