In this podcast Gerri and Eugenia have a conversation with someone very special to them! John Leeson the voice of K9 one of the Doctor’s longest running companions. K9 has worked with more incarnations of the Doctor than any other companion has! Go on Google him! John Leeson played the voice of K9 for most of the last 25 years and in this podcast we get to listen to some of his most memorable moments from the set of the show, his career in the arts and his passion for food and wine. Gerri and Eugenia were very lucky to meet not only one of their icons but a charming and very interesting man! Their thanks go to Gifts for the Geek
http://www.giftsforthegeek.com.au for this wonderful interview.
In this podcast Jeff from the Goodies Podcast
http://goodiespodcast.libsyn.com and his good friend Michael, join Eugenia and Gerri to tell us about their experiences at Gallifrey One’s Doctor Who, Catch 22, Islands of Mystery Convention in Los Angeles. http://www.gallifreyone.com. Now is your chance to hear firsthand what it is like to be part of such a big event and you even get to hear from some of the guests they met during the con. But, wait there is more, in an upcoming issue of GE News – Women Talk Sci Fi http://www.genews-ezine.com (yes Gerri and Eugenia do this as well) you can read the report and pictures from the Convention. The e-zine is free and to receive it hot off the press send your email address to email@example.com. Eugenia and Gerri also reveal their next guest, John Leeson, the voice of K9 who is releasinghis autobiography later this year http://www.hirstpublishing.com. Eugenia and Gerri would also love to hear from you, send them an email or mp3 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Gerri and Eugenia catch up with Gareth David-Lloyd at Melbourne Supanova this year http://www.supanova.com.au. Gerri and Eugenia thank Daniel and Lionel for their chance to interview Gareth. During the podcast they discuss the
character of Ianto and how the coffee making beautifully dressed man became a tragic hero. They also discuss Gareth’s musical talents and the independent movie that he is currently working on. So in honour of Ianto how about making a cup of coffee, sit down and relax as you listen to Gerri and Eugenia.
Eugenia & Gerri are celebrating not only their one-year anniversary in this episode but also hitting the twenties! To celebrate their birthday & the new Season of Doctor Who (a definite favourite of the pair) they talk about the new Doctor Who, Matt Smith and review the new series so far, but have they a special treat for all Doctor Who fans? They got to interview Paul McGann the 8th Doctor at First Contact Conventions http://www.firstcontactconventions.com ,Melbourne Triocon, thanks Scotty! Paul although only in a movie length episode is one of Big Finishes’ best loved audio Doctors complete with his own series of adventures. So sit back relax and listen to the wonderful voice of Paul McGann and be inspired to head on over to the Big Finish site and grab a few episodes. Gerri & Eugenia also mention all the people that have helped them get to a year in podcasting! Amazing, who would have thought that they would have this much fun in just a year!
In this podcast Eugenia and Gerri give you something a little different! Eugenia is an avid yes avid Dr Who fan and well although Gerri loves it too, she was not lucky enough to get to go to the convention that starred the fifth Doctor, even though he is Gerri’s favourite and yes you might hear the odd sob from her in this podcast. What you will hear is Peter at a convention where he is asked the questions that fans want to know! Peter is a great entertainer and you will hear him discuss his time as the Doctor, his comments on the new series and his relationships with David Tennant and Matt Smith (Doctor’s 10 and 11).
Gerri and Eugenia are avid Doctor Who fans and have been for many a year. Consequently they have witnessed a few of the regenerations of the various Doctors over the years. In this podcast Gerri and Eugenia discuss their reactions about the many faces of the Doctor. Which Doctors mean the most to them and which of the “faces” did they like the best. Also in this podcast you will be able to listen to Scott Liston, from First Contact Conventions who is not only a Fanboy but has brought some of the more prominent Sci Fi actors to Australia. Check out his website for upcoming shows at http://www.firstcontactconventions.com.au. With the imminent regeneration of the Doctor’s current incarnation they wanted to take you down memory lane so that you to can remember who is your “Who”!
Gerri and Eugenia discuss the three seasons of Torchwood in this episode. By the end of their discussion they begin to wonder why they like this show!! So what are their views about the characters of Jack, Gwen, Owen, Tosh and Ianto? What do they really think about the last season ‘Children of the Earth’? Listen with them and recall the many characters that have died, interesting story lines and the situations that the characters find themselves in! Be warned though, if you like this show, you too may be wondering why you do by the end of this podcast.
Doctor Who has always been a family show that everyone from the youngest child to granny could enjoy. It seems like they keep everything in the family at Doctor Who though. Seems that David Tennant is, or was, dating the daughter of Peter Davison or was it Mark Strickson? Or was she just some fictional daughter of some character on the show? Sure enough though he is dating someone’s daughter. If you can figure it out please let me know. This podcast isn’t about the David Tennant era of Doctor Who though. This is about the successor to the longest running, and my personal favourite, Doctor in the show’s history. We’re talking about the fifth Doctor played by Peter Davison and his companions. Whilst Peter Davison obviously was not my favourite he certainly seems to have Gerri and Eugenia quite smitten.As luck would have it Peter Davison and one of his companions, Turlough played by Mark Strickson,where at Culture Shock in Sydney recently. Eugenia just happened to be attending that convention and was lucky enough to get an interview with Mark Strickson. He certainly is a character but in a likable way. Very sure of himself but not arrogant. With the achievements he has under his belt who could blame him for being so confident. Perhaps it is his sense of humor that takes the edge off that self confidence. Perhaps it’s because it turns out he is responsible for bringing us Steve Irwin. Regardless you can’t but find yourself smiling at some of the stories he regales us with. Gerri and Eugenia thank Culture Shock Events http://www.cultureshockevents.com for the interview. So sit back and join Gerri and Eugenia as they bring back some fond memories and chat with Doctor Who companion Mark Strickson.