Radio Free Skaro : An Introduction

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With a new podcast almost every week, Radio Free Skaro is possibly the most prolific and irreverent (but never irrelevant) Doctor Who podcast on the internet today. Since August 2006, hosts Warren (in Vancouver, BC) and Steven (in Edmonton, AB) have provided listeners with their brand of amusing Doctor Who praise and punishment. A year later, Chris (in and out of London, UK) was added to the team, and The Three Who Rule were born.

With well over 150 episodes under its belt, Radio Free Skaro provides an entertaining and diverting listen for the diehard and/or casual Doctor Who fan. New episodes usually appear on Sundays or Mondays, following a loose format of the three hosts discussing the news and events of the past week in the worlds of Doctor Who, Torchwood, and the Sarah Jane Adventures. They have also recorded special commentary podcasts for classic series and new series episodes of Doctor Who.

All previous episodes are available on iTunes – enjoy!

Have a listen to our promo – feel free to share it with your family and friends, or use it in your own podcast. :

Direct download: rfspromo.mp3


10 Responses to Radio Free Skaro : An Introduction

  1. Steven says:


    I just love your podcast. You really add a lot to my Doctor Who experience.

    I’m not sure how many Dr Who fan-produced podcasts you all listen to, but one of the best is moving from over to

    Mark Kalita, who sounds eerily like Peter Davison, plays an incredible Doctor. If you haven’t heard it, it’s worth a listen.

    The old stories are at:

    The new ones will be at:

    And, if that promo is any indication of what’s to come, I for one, will totally enjoy the ride.

    Keep on podcasting!


    Easthampton, MA usa

  2. Si Roberts says:

    Hey Guys,

    British ex-pat here based in Michigan.
    I enjoy your podcasts and was wondering if you had seen this yet?

    Got a feeling that might give you something to talk about. lol

    Keep up th good work!


  3. Hi

    Just a quick email to tell you how much I’m enjoying Radio Free Skaro which I discovered a few days ago. Very funny stuff with some great chemistry and some very interesting debates. Ming-Mong-Tastic! Keep them coming!

    If you get some time please check out our own efforts (magazine shows and commentaries) at Tachyon TV:



  4. LazerDave says:

    Your show makes me smile on so many levels!

    I only discovered you after “Turn Left”, but have gone back as far as my little podgrabber will take me.

    I listen to your commentaries while I drive my open-topped Jeep past the Denver Zoo on my way to my cruddy little office job. (WhoRay!)

    Incidentally, in which Confidential does Phil use that term? I don’t have the patience or the stomach to go back and watch them all again just so I can laugh.

    I have my doubts about your randomizer, too. Morbius, then Black Orchid, then Weng-Chiang?! Very unlikely! Of course, if it had thrown the Krotons in after Morbius I would have said you had a Madoc Agenda, I suppose.

    Anyway, boys, keep up the excellent work! I just happened to be in San Diego when ComicCon happened, but registration was already closed by the time I knew. Bad geek! *smack*

    One last thing: A-D-R-I-C is not pronounced “AY-dric”, just as I have to keep telling my partner that they are not “DAR-leks”.

    Oh yeah, and his badge for mathematical excellence was NOT used for picking up girls. Ask Connecticut. 😉

  5. Darryl Christensen says:

    Just want to say that I love your podcasts and look forward to them every Sunday (Monday)…is there a schedule? Anyway, I live in St. Louis, Missouri USA and stumbled upon your podcasts. Great stuff. Kind of like Sienfeld….show about nothing!…well Doctor Who… but it entertainingly fills up and hour or so each week. Keep it up!! Thanks!!

  6. Gonz O'Lager says:

    Gents… I just added your podcast from iTunes. The Rise of The Rubbishor was my first one and it is hilarious. Great job!


  7. Rod says:

    Hi Guys,

    Just to let you know you have new listener for the US, aka North Carolina. I totally enjoy the banter b/t all three so keep that up as a laugh while my fellow co-workers stare at me when I Iisten to you. I have become a little addicted and started downloading a chuck of your podcasts.

  8. Terrence Keenan says:

    I’ve just dicoveredc your lovely little podcastic rambles and have enjoyed them thoroughly. It’s nice to see that you have a sense of humor about Who. The commentaries are a hoot.

    Keep up the excellent work.

  9. Istvan Hajdu says:

    Hi Steven, Warren, and Chris,

    Just wanted to tell you guys that I’ve been listening to the podcast for a while and I actually have listened to all 147 which took about a month of listening to the show every second I could. I found out about the podcast when I bought an ipod a couple of months ago and looking up doctor who podcasts randomly. So, I’m going through other podcasts related to doctor who but I enjoy you guys the best because of the humor and the hilarious bits about the show. I’m from South Carolina, US and have always been a fan of the classic series. My dad actually went to Wales in the early 70’s and found out about the show and I’ve been watching Doctor Who since I was a kid watching Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker, and Peter Davidson on VHS. I know a lot about the show even though I was born 2 years before the classic series ended. From the old series I like Tom Baker and Patrick Troughton, even though I watched Patrick Troughton on youtube because I don’t have any of DVD’s of his stories. The new series is alright in my opinion and probably the best doctor of the new series would be Christopher Eccleston agreeing with Chris. David Tennant is alright but there’s just been something about him that I never really liked when I first saw him. I do miss certain aspects of the classic series that you guys discuss in your podcasts but the special effects and cgi have come a long way from the classic series. But in ways I like the cheesy effects of classic Doctor Who because that’s what made the show cool in a way. Also the emotions and companion back story is very strange to watch from the new series when all you’ve seen are the classic series where there aren’t many instances of emotion or companion back story.

    Keep up the interesting podcasts.

  10. Mr. Rant says:

    Hi RFS,

    Got to say that your podcast is the best one I’ve heard out here on the interwebs! Much better than the rest, I must buy a pedantor mug from your shop, maybe a RFS T-Shirt too, expect an order soon – and keep up the good work!!

    Mr. Rant

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