New Doctor Who Trailer Discussed PLUS Leakgate Update

Kasterborous Doctor Who podKastHey, dear reader, it’s podKast time, where we discuss the recent leakgate revelations and chew the fat over the awesome new Doctor Who Series 8 trailer that cast a Whovian shadow over the World Cup Final on Sunday evening.

Recently we’ve learned that the leaked Doctor Who scripts and first episode Deep Breath were possibly stored on an unsecured drive on an open web server – so who is to blame for this incident?

Meanwhile, we’re loving the new trailer and the various shots therein (particularly the shadows revolving around Peter Capaldi’s face!). There’s also news about the Doctor Who World Tour and a callback to the debunked rumours about Steven Moffat joining a future Star Wars production.

One last word: we recorded this week’s podKast on Bastille Day…


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