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Episode 105: Husbands of River Song

Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Release Date: 03/15/2019

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Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Series 2 of Sarah Jane Smith is just as charming and inviting as series 2.  Siskoid and Ashford talk about old foes, old friends, new foes, and Rani.  Not The Rani.  Just Rani.  And there is nothing just about Rani.  Sarah Jane, Luke, Clyde, and Rani with Maria are a can't lose cast.  Check it out again or for the first time.  Such a sweet show.  Please write to us at  

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Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Siskoid, Diane, and Ashford talk Donna Noble, the first half of series 4, and disasters on Christmas.  Write to us at or We would love to hear from you.  Let us hear your thoughts about series 4.  

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Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Siskoid and Ashford discuss The Sarah Jane Adventures starting at series 1.  This is Ashford's first time watching the show...spoilers...he loves it.  Siskoid helps make the connections with the show and Doctor Who proper.   Please write to us at @sogallifrey on Twitter or  

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Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Siskoid and Ashford discuss Torchwood series 2, where we experience the walking dead, a wedding from hell, and hard good byes to make your hardened heart soft.  Let us know what you think of Torchwood Series 2!   Write to us at or  

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Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Go ahead and Blink.  You won't miss it...if you just listen to our podcast, please.  Siskoid, Diane, and Ashford discuss the second half of series 3.  Martha Jones walks the Earth.

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Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Siskoid, Diane, and Ashford discuss the first half of episodes in series 3.  New companion, familiar foes, and preludes to another Time Lord appearing in the show.   Write to us at or on Twitter @sogallifrey www.wrightonnetwork.com

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Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Believe it or not, Straight Outta Gallifrey is discussing Torchwood Series 1.  Yep, Ashford has finally watched the Russell T. Davies' Doctor Who spin off.  Join us here at the Wright On Network and listen to Ashford and Siskoid discuss.      

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Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Straight Outta Gallifrey is back with the 150th episode.  Discussing the second half of series 2, Ashford, Siskoid and Diane talk rap about Ghosts, Daleks, Cyberman, Jackie, the 2012 Olympics and so much more.  Please write to us at or on Twitter @sogallifrey We would love to hear from you.  

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Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Straight Outta Gallifrey talk about a Doctor we don't mention much on the show, David Tennant's Doctor.  Give us a listen as we talk first mention of Torchwood, Sarah Jane Smith, Cat Nuns, and so much more. Write to us at or or on Twitter @sogallifrey 

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Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Siskoid, Diane, and Ashford discuss the episodes of series one between the Long Game and The Parting of the Ways.   Write to us at or on Twitter @sogallifrey  

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Siskoid and Ashford discuss The Husbands of River Song, where some of Steven Moffat's hints are manifested in this story, such as the Singing Towers.  The first 2/3rds of the show is quite the romp, but once it starts to slow down, this is where we see Capaldi and Kingston display not only their acting chops, but their endearing craft of the characters they've created not only by the writing, but their choices as thespians.