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Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi Podcast Launched

By Louis Trapani - Posted on 27 October 2008

From the creators of Doctor Who: Podshock comes a new podcast covering all British science fiction. It is being previewed here on the Doctor Who: Podshock feed for a limited time (it also has it's own feeds as well). While this podcast will still cover some Doctor Who material, it obviously won't be as in-depth as Doctor Who: Podshock though it won't be limited to it either.

Introducing the premiere episode of Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi

Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi - Episode 1
Running Time: 1:41:54

Ben Aaronovitch

In this premiere episode we interview Ben Aaronovitch who not only talks about his work with new Blake's 7, but also about his work with Doctor Who. Plus we cover the new DVD release of The Tripods, DVD region coding, Jeff Wayne's War of the Worlds, a special Blake's 7 Audio Adventures offer from Mike's Comics, and more.

Hosted by Louis Trapani, Ken Deep, and James Naughton.

Sponsors and Promos: New England Fan Experience, Blake's 7 Audio Adventures, Doctor Who: Podshock, The Sonic Newsdriver.

Below are the links to the Enhanced Podcast AAC format and MP3 format version of the first episode of the Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi podcast.

Subscribe via iTunes: Below are the direct links to iTunes for both versions.

Direct podcast feeds:

daveac's picture

Hi - thanks for this new podcast on British SF. As well as being a longtime Doctor Who fan I, like Louis, Ken & James love British Sci-Fi both old and new.

Blake's 7, Tripods, UFO, The Tomorrow People, The Prisoner, Red Dwarf, HHGTTG etc - plus the new shows like SJA's, Primeval & Merlin - theres a wealth of subjects for this podcast to cover.

Having same great team that brings us Doctor Who: PodShock - we are in safe, enthusiastic & knowledgeable hands.

Cheers, daveac

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