Doctor Who: The Pharos Project Podcast
Guerrilla podcasting in a pseudo New Wave Punk Revivalist old-school photocopied ransom note fanzine stylee. Or a clutch of Whovians getting tanked up and whittering about kids TV when they can get themselves organised. Take your pick. WARNING: Contains fruity language.

This time we are joined by special guest, RPG expert Ryan Blake, as we embark on an epic multi-doctor adventure "The Lock of Time". 

Direct download: Pharos_Project_241__The_Lock_of_Time_Part_One.mp3
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Could an industrial prehuman civilization have existed on Earth? Is it possible that aliens are already here and living among us? Can a director's cut really save a bad film? No. Here's the renegade cut of Highlander 2.

Direct download: Pharos_Project_240__The_Ration_of_the_Zeist.mp3
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In a chaotic episode, Pete makes room for poultry and goes missing, Chris purchases 6 fine onions and Paul offers an apology 10 years too late. They also talk about 1985's "Silver Bullet", but not often.

Direct download: Pharos_Project_239__A_Dogman_for_All_Seasons.mp3
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We didn't think we would still be doing this either, but somehow we forgot that we usually bugger off after a few episodes. Blame Little Pete, and his instance on talking about the movie "PaperHouse", from 1988.

Direct download: Pharos_Project_238__Children_of_the_Drawn.mp3
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In a desperate, last ditch effort to avoid acknowledging the end of lockdown, the Projecteers bravely agree to watch and talk about a movie...

...1983's Something Wicked This Way Comes.

Direct download: Pharos_Project_237__By_the_Pricking_of_my_Thumbs.mp3
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This week, we are joined by 4th Projecteer Miss Natalie, as we take a long overdue look at the 13th Doctor. Also, has Chris Chibnall saved or fu**ed the show by tinkering with mythology.

Direct download: Pharos_Project_236__The_Long_Chris_Goodnight.mp3
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We take our last look at a classic Who story for a while as Mr Chris pokes The Ice Warriors at us. Time to get our Troughton.

Direct download: Pharos_Project_235__Frost_in_Translation.mp3
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Desperate for human contact during lockdown, the Projecteers resort to an examination of the final days of Sweaty Ron, as detailed in "Warriors of the Deep".

Direct download: Pharos_Project_234__Myrkaholics.mp3
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In a failed experiment to reverse the polarity of the pootron flow emanating from Little Pete's cack encrusted mitts, we've ended up  having to watch Delta and the Bannermen. 

Direct download: Pharos_Project_233__Holiday_on_the_Buses.mp3
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To conclude our trilogy of lockdown themed episodes (yes, that was always the intention and not something we only just noticed) we look at the 1977 Tom Baker classic, Horror of Fang Rock.

Direct download: Pharos_Project_232__A_Snot_in_the_Dark.mp3
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Once more the Projecteers return, unedited and poorly recorded. We may be confined, but we take solace in the fact that we are not being menaced by red cauliflower footballs, kicked over the fence into the lady garden of evil. Unlike that lot in Terror of the Vervoids.

Direct download: Pharos_Project_231__From_Husk_Till_Dawn.mp3
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It's our 10th anniversary and everyone is on lockdown, so as we had bugger all else to do, here's a new episode. Sorry its Paradise Towers, blame Little Pete. 

Direct download: Pharos_Project_230__Mighty_Morphin_Tower_Rangers.mp3
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