Robot of Sherwood Reviewed by The PodKast

It’s time to sit back and enjoy this week’s Doctor Who podKast, in which Brian Terranova and James McLean consider the events of the past few days in fandom, focusing on the third episode of Series 8, Robot of Sherwood!



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2 thoughts on “Robot of Sherwood Reviewed by The PodKast

  1. Fantastic as always! I just need to clarify about that the hair pulling issue, it was taken out of proportion for point scoring by the DailyMail against the BBC and picked up by others. The original person who made the video just pointed it out it ‘triggered’ her but she never said “the BBC should have warned me! How dear they!” She is very awear how unusual the issue is. I’m more disappointed by everyone who turned and attecked her without even researching it.

    Anyway! I just whated to let you know that guys! Look forward to Listen and your responses!

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