293: Christmas Doctor Who, Brexit, Barrowman, and Keith Barron

The Doctor Who Christmas special is coming, so this week’s podKast largely… um, ignores it, really, in favour of discussing general series news. So, tune in for Steven Moffat’s thoughts about Brexit voters, what John Barrowman thinks of Jodie Whittaker, and notices on the sad passing of actors Scott Fredericks, and Keith Barron.

Christian Cawley and James McLean are your hosts.



One thought on “293: Christmas Doctor Who, Brexit, Barrowman, and Keith Barron

  1. Over the past few months, I’ve started to come around to the idea of a female Doctor, but I still think Jodie Whittaker has been miscast. To me, it’s kind of like casting Alan Davies as James Bond. Just being a capable actor really shouldn’t be the only requirement for a role like this. I was thinking recently Vicky McClure would make a good Doctor. I could see her as being kind of like a cross between McGann and Eccleston, maybe wearing a purple leather jacket and jeans or something. She’d be a much better fit than Whittaker in my view.

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