Sarah came to Cardiff of her own free will in 2007 and hasn't managed to escape yet. Her university years saw her become President of the Harry Potter society, develop a fondness for vampires and a taste for red wine. She may have done a bit of studying as well, though she firmly denies this. Although Harry Potter remains her first love, she has become an enthusiastic fan of New Who. She is comfortable with her knowledge of Silurian and Slitheen but she is happy to let the others deal with the old monsters from the days of papier mache and spell-o-tape...sorry sellotape.
Sarah is a fan of urban fantasy, paranormal romance, and dystopian series and is occasionally led astray by police procedurals. She is a regular on the podcast although has no idea how she got there! When not indulging her geek habit she works as an Occupational Therapist in her spare time.
After something of an extended break, Caleb and Sarah are back with our verdict on The Snowmen, the 2012 Doctor Who Christmas special! With a new title sequence, new TARDIS and above all new companion, the feisty Clara, ably played by Jenna-Louise Coleman, there’s plenty for us to talk about… not to mention abominable snowmen, Victorian values, lesbian interspecies marriage, the place of Sherlock Holmes in the Whoniverse, and Matt Smith sporting a specially fine hat!
Time runs out for Amy and Rory Pond, as The Angels Take Manhattan! Caleb, Sarah and Suzie try not to blink as we discuss Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill’s exit from Doctor Who, as well as the return of the Weeping Angels and River Song. With Amy and Rory being the longest serving companions since the series returned in 2005, is this a fitting end to their story?
The Weeping Angels are back! No episode preview this week so Caleb and Sarah discuss what they think The Angels Take Manhattan may mean for The Doctor and the departure of Amy and Rory. They also discuss some of your comments on The Power Of Three – don’t forget to download our commentary and read James’ review too!
Caleb, Sarah and Nat are back on earth for the year of the slow invasion…that’s new! The Doctor moves in with the Ponds as small black cubes appear all over the world. We discuss UNIT: The Next Generation, musical deadly cubes and the return of Brian!
Did the Ponds make the right decision? Were the Shakri a genuine threat? And was this episode better than Dinosaurs on a Spaceship?
Caleb, Sarah and Nat preview The Power Of Three by Chris Chibnall. They also discuss some of your comments on A Town Called Mercy – don’t forget to download our commentary and read James’ review too!
This week The Doctor moves in with the Ponds during the year of the slow invasion! The human race wakes up to find the world littered with small black cubes – where did they come from and more importantly are they dangerous?
Caleb, Sarah and new contributor Nat Slow don their stetsons and ignore the keep out sign as they explore ‘A Town Called Mercy’. Daleks, dinosaurs and now a cyborg gunslinger. As Doctor Who meets a western we discuss guns, tic-tac spaceships, moral complexities and The Doctor’s mercy.
Did The Doctor make the right decision with Kahler Jex? Would The Doctor have used the gun? Where did The Doctor learn to speak horse? And who gave Amy a gun!