On a special episode of Podcastica, we sit down with Steven Warren Hill, one of the authors of Red, White, and Who: The Story of Doctor Who in America! We discuss how the book came about, the challenges of researching decades’ worth of Who-lore, and how Americans came to love this fantastic British show. Please check out the link below to purchase this terrific book! Support the authors and support Doctor Who in America!
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