Tag Archive: Andy Frankham-Allen

Episode 307 – Lights and Things

ttv_logo_newOff topic this week we talk Christmas decorating, lights and holiday movie favorites.

On topic, we discuss some short stories in the Lethbridge-Stewart line of books from Candy Jar Books’ ongoing series. This time it’s The Creatures in the Cave by Rick Cross, The Last Duty by Christopher Bryant and The Lost Skin: Episode 1 by Andy Frankham-Allen. Hear what we thought of these three different tales.

Also, we discuss news of the week.

And of course, your feedback.

Enjoy!

Episode 279 – UNIT Dating Controversy – Solved?

ttv_logo_newIn this week’s show we tackle a subject that has sometimes caused great divides in Doctor Who fandom. A controversy so big, that some have chosen to sideline the debate altogether, just to avoid it. However, some cleaver writing has, perhaps solved the issue for good. We discuss the issue with a special guest, and continuity fix-it-man, Andy Frankham-Allen. He’s an author and the deputy editor of the Lethbridge-Stewart series at Candy Jar Books.

We’ll also review three short stories from Candy Jar, Lethbridge-Stewart: In His Kiss by Sue Hampton, Lethbridge-Stewart: The Black Eggs of Khufu by Tom Dexter, and Lethbridge-Stewart The Enfolded Time by Andy Frankham-Allen

Plus we address the news of the week.

And, of course, feedback.

Enjoy!

Links mentioned in the show:

Candy Jar Books

Lethbridge-Stewart Series

Episode 252 – Pun-Free Zone

ttv_logo_newIn this week’s show we discuss the future, Back to the Future and this week’s celebration of Back to the Future Day.

But, it is a podcast about Doctor Who, and there is plenty in store for our musings this episode.

First, we’ll give a spoiler free of the next book in Candy Jar Book’s Lethbridge-Stewart series, ‘Lethbridge-Stewart: Beast of Fang Rock’, written by Andy Frankham-Allen. We offer our insights with a sneak peek at the novel that will be released later this week.

Plus, we’ll look at the latest installment in Doctor Who Series 9 with a review of The Woman Who Lived.

And, of course, your feedback.

Enjoy!

Candy Jar Books

Theta Sigma’s Doctor Who Podcast