Episode 326 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available. In this episode we review several of the unanswered questions dating back to the very beginning of the show. Join Louis Trapani, Dave Cooper, Ian Bissett, Lee Shackleford, and me as we take a trip to (perhaps) find out why or when coming back never occurred!
About Doctor Who: Podshock
Doctor Who: Podshock is the longest running Doctor Who podcast (internet radio show) presented by the fan run Gallifreyan Embassy (est. 1985) and is the official podcast of the Gallifrey One conventions. We feature interviews with the Doctor Who cast and crew along with the latest Doctor Who news, reviews, interviews, commentaries and discussions from an international perspective.
The award winning Doctor Who podcast; Doctor Who: Podshock began in 2005 on the 20th anniversary of the Gallifreyan Embassy. In that time, it quickly grew into one of the most popular Doctor Who podcasts and continues to be to this day.
Meet The Hosts
Who are the Podshock hosts?
Louis Trapani founded the Gallifreyan Embassy (GE) in June of 1985 to serve the growing fandom centered around Doctor Who and other British science fiction during the mid-80s in the US. Originally a local organization with local meetings, today it is international, serving the global community.
One of the best ways to stay in touch with him and keep with his various projects is by following him on Twitter, which you do so at twitter.com/LouisTrapani.
Dave Cooper, better known online as daveac, dac100, dac or cooperda has been a long time contributor to both Doctor Who: Podshock and the Gallifreyan Embassy website. Eventually Dave became a regular guest host on Doctor Who: Podshock and is often responsible for the editing together the sound clip montages we use on our live over-the-net Doctor Who: Podshock shows reviewing new Doctor Who episodes/specials.
Ian Bisset was born and raised in Lower Hutt, New Zealand and until 1988 was a Doctor Who watcher rater than a fan, it took the acting prowess of Colin Baker to start the young man off in his journey to becoming a Doctor Who fan!
By 1991, Ian was established in the Wellington Chapter of the New Zealand Doctor Who Fan Club and attended his first Doctor Who convention.
Lee is a longtime fan of Doctor Who and joined the team as a co-host in 2015. He is the creator of the webseries Herlock. He teaches Playwriting, Screen Analysis, and Screenwriting at the University of Alabama in Birmingham. He is a writer of stage, screen, and radio.
Kyle Jones has been a long time listener to both Doctor Who: Podshock and visitor to the Gallifreyan Embassy website. After listening to the show since 2007, Kyle first called into the show during the review of the 2010 Doctor Who Christmas Special. Kyle returned to the live shows as a guest for all but one episode of Series 8 in 2014.