So the day is fast approaching. The day we get to experience a new Doctor. No, I’m not talking about Capaldi’s debut coming sometime in August, I am talking about Andrew Chalmers playing the main man in the fan produced audio adventure Doctor Who Dark Journey.
With episode one due out real soon, I sat down for a nice Skype chat with Director Mike (M.A.) Tamburro, Andrew ‘The Doctor’ Chalmers and Clayton ‘Claytec’ Turner.
Before we started recording I discovered that Andrew is a fan of the Canadian band Rush. Against my better judgment I still went ahead with the interview because Mike wasn’t a fan. At least, that’s what he told me. Rush still came up more than once later on…
Take a listen as we find out where Andrew’s version of the Doctor comes from, lovingly slag Pip and Jane Baker, talk a little Tom Baker, levitation and along the way mention Dark Journey once or twice.
As mentioned in the interview, the first episode will be live Saturday June 7 at the classic time slot of 5:35pm. You still have a chance to win some Tom Baker swag, head over to their facebook page for more details!
AM Audio Media is a Toronto, Canada based media production house producing dramatic and comedic audio plays. The company is best known in the Whovian community for their fan audio Doctor Who Dark Journey.
Doctor Who Dark Journey is a 4 part audio series merging the best of classic Who with the best of NuWho- with a darker edge. The series features the music of prog-rock UK band Traffic Experiment.
A recently regenerated and emotionally shattered Doctor, arrives in London and becomes companion to Sherlock Holmes in AM Audio Media’s first episode of Dark Journey. The Doctor and Sherlock are initially teamed up in an effort to stop Jack the Ripper’s murderous trail of terror. But could there be an even greater evil at work in Victorian England?
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Last but not least, the awesome music of Traffic Experiment.
Pub Thug – Atweh Atweh
Holmes lady friend – Adrienne Fish
Director – MA Tamburro
Writer – Andrew Chalmers
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