Doctor Who- Dark Journey

Dig this interview between TIMD and the producer/director of the Doctor Who radio drama series, Dark Journey. We will be working with MA Tamburro soon over at GeekyAntics.net to discuss the new season, favorite classic Doctor Who moments, creative influences/inspirations, and what we’d love to see in New-WHO (amongst other things)!

What would you say is the purest Doctor Who experience, the heart of the narrative and “recipe”? Mystery, adventure, fantasy, science, or something else? Leave us VM at 206-415-4987 or e-mail us at twtt(at)geekyantics(dot)net to join the conversation!

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Troughton Is My Doctor

Emotionally shattered after a tragedy, the Doctor arrives in London and becomes companion to Sherlock Holmes in an effort to stop Jack the Ripper’s murderous trail of terror. But is there an even greater evil at work in Victorian England?

Welcome to the fan produced Doctor Who audio Dark Journey. It’s a multi-episode series written, performed and produced in Toronto, Canada with a Canadian and international cast and crew featuring the music of Doctor Who fan favourite Traffic Experiment.

I had the chance to sit down and have a chat with Director/Producer M.A. Tamburro about the project.

Troughton Is My Doctor: What made you want to get into fan produced Doctor Who audio?

M.A. Tamburro: My good friend Andrew Chalmers is a writer and fellow Doctor Who fan. We’ve done a few small comedies and things together before and this just seemed like an obvious thing that would be fun…

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