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The Official Doctor Who Podcast, designed as the ultimate group chat for Doctor Who, is hosted by BBC 1xtra's Nadia Jae and content creator Shabaz Ali. Each week they will tap into and lead the social conversation, becoming the key destination for dissecting and celebrating everything in the Whoniverse. This is the place for fan theories, easter eggs, and all the latest gossip. Plus - it will bring exclusive content to fans of Doctor Who, including insights and teasers! Hosted on Acast. See ...
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The Who's He? Podcast, a monthly Doctor Who review show hosted by Phil Cannon, Paul Connor and Scott Cannon in which they chat about all things Doctor Who including reviews of the latest episodes to hit our screens, along with news, DVD's, books, audio stories and the occasional audio commentary for good measure!
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There are hundreds of Doctor Who episodes and stories out there and we intend to watch them all! Not just that – We’ll watch, review, discuss, debate, rate and praise and/or poke holes in every episode of Doctor Who, starting with the 1963 pilot. That’s right; we’re beginning with William Hartnell and then working our way forward through time, episode by episode and Doctor by Doctor. In parallel, we’re also reviewing New Who, starting with Eccleston in the 2005 revival. At the time of writin ...
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Lazy Doctor Who

Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky

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Steven Schapansky (Radio Free Skaro, The Memory Cheats) and Erika Ensign (Verity!, The Incomparable, Total Party Kill, The Audio Guide to Babylon 5) are married Doctor Who fans (who also co-produce a fiction podcast for Uncanny Magazine). This is a podcast where they watch every Doctor Who story ever made, from start to finish. Each episode is recorded live on a red couch. No, they have no “schedule”. They’re lazy. Want proof? Check out this fab listener-created spreadsheet of episode releas ...
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The Doctor Who Audio Dramas is the world’s longest running family friendly production of Doctor Who. Started in 1982, this series spans eight Doctors, a host of companions, and over 240 stories. Thousands of episodes are downloaded every month. New episodes appear on iTunes two weeks after they premier on the main website. Note that, due to the age of some of the material, quality will vary. www.dwad.net or www.facebook.com/groups/doctorwhoaudiodramas/
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Two queer twenty-somethings dive into the world of Doctor Who and its peculiar impact on their adult lives. Besties Sam and Alasdair hurtle through the vortex on an epic journey through time, space and childhood trauma. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Mostly Harmless Cutaway podcast hosted by Eric, Josh, and Cat + often featuring Sean, Kat, Kyle, Chris, Erik, and Erika. If it's happening in the Doctor Who universe we're talking about it. Essential companion listening for those familiar with some other popular Doctor Who podcasts. If you were ever looking for a laid back show that doesn't take much seriously you've finally come home. Welcome all and be seeing you at #Gally1 or L.I. Who or WHO nose?! Please search out our copanion podcast o ...
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Radio Free Skaro is possibly the most popular, most prolific and charmingly irreverent (but never irrelevant) Doctor Who podcast around. All previous episodes are available on the iTunes feed, as well as the Radio Free Skaro homepage - www.radiofreeskaro.com. Enjoy!
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The Old Doctor Who Show

The Old Doctor Who Show: A Classic Doctor Who Podcast

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Doctor Who Podcast by Eric Grissom and Dan Johnson reviewing the classic era. That’s right, this is the good stuff. Hartnell, Troughton, Pertwee, Baker, Davison, the other Baker, and McCoy. Maybe even McGann. Some say they do it because they ran over a magical drifter who cursed them. Others claim the show was willed to them by their long-lost British “Uncle”. Whatever the reason, the one thing you can count on is these two Americans really love Doctor Who.
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This is a discussion about different geeky genre TV shows. Based out of New England, our members talk about these shows including Doctor Who, both Classic and the new series. With around 150 podcast episodes under our belt with Doctor Who we have decided to branch out and talk about other series both old and new including The Umbrella Academy and Marvel's WandaVision. While we may not always agree we share our opinions about these series and hope you guys enjoy the banter.
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Since 2014 your hosts Garry and Adam have waffled about Doctor Who (almost) every week. We cover the latest news, merch, convention reports and reviews. Listen for free on the usual podcast apps or on our website bigblueboxpodcast.co.uk and while you're there, you can check out the awesome reviews and editorial articles from our amazing writing team. Thanks for stopping by and remember... Aaaaaaaallons-y!
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Discussing Who: A Doctor Who Podcast

Kyle Jones, Clarence Brown, and Lee Shackleford

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We discuss everything that is, was, or might be in the world of Doctor Who. Discussing Who features interviews, reviews, news, and more about our favorite Time Lord. It’s an adventure in space and time, and you’re invited! Discussing Who is part of the Discussing Network. Hosted by Kyle Jones, Clarence Brown, and Lee Shackleford.
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Join Joe Ford as he waltzes all around the world (via whatever means the internet allows) and undertakes Doctor Who commentaries with a wide range of wonderful contributors. Fans, podcasters, online reviewers, writers, actors...the USP of this podcast is it's variety of guests and the fact that they all bring their own unique perspective to the podcast. The guest chooses the story, be it one they love, hate or are completely indifferent, and amongst the gossip is trivia, critique and persona ...
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THE TARDIS CREW is a podcast dedicated to the BBC science-fiction series Doctor Who, from the classic years beginning in 1963 through to the modern day... Join your host Baz Greenland, and his companion (and son) Ben, plus a selection of special guests, to discuss all aspects of the Whoniverse through time, and space. Allons-y! A proud part of the Film Stories Podcast Network: www.filmstories.co.uk
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July 2024 Book Club: This month, we’re joining the 8th Doctor, Anji, and Fitz as we review “Camera Obscura” by Lloyd Rose. First published in August 2002, it is currently out of print but can be found in second-hand bookshops. Happy reading! Special thanks to Kenny Smith for performing the dramatic reading this month. Check out his podcasts “Pieces…
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THIS WEEK we hop back over to The Sarah Jane Adventures, reviewing The Last Sontaran with the help of a very special guest...Enjoyed the show? Support us with a one-off tip on Ko-fi! :)⁠https://ko-fi.com/50doctorpodcast⁠Subscribe so you don't miss an episode!⁠ @50doctorpodcast ⁠ Email us:greeny.who@gmail.comFollow us ANYWHERE via our Linktree below…
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Thasmin Returns! That’s right, Jodie Whittaker and Mandip Gill are back in audio form in just announced Big Finish adventures, just one of the many highlights of a busy week of Who news, including a Doctor Who panel at San Diego Comic Con, D23 without Who content, and detente has been reached as Doctor Who’s Russell T Davies and Star Trek guy-in-ch…
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For this synopsis, I tried to come up with jokes about the Master hanging around in a field waiting for the Doctor or the Rani giving one of her victims a woody, but I just couldn’t be bothered. Come join Tony Whitt, Alyson Fitch-Safreed, and Dalton Hughes as we try to decide whether there’s any joy to be had in Pip and Jane Baker’s book, or whethe…
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The TARDIS lands on a beach in 2018 where the Doctor is mistaken him for a political scientist named Salamander whom he uncannily resembles. While Salamander claims that his intentions are to save the world from a famine and a global crisis due to extreme weather events, there may be more to him than meets the eye. The TARDIS crew decide to infiltr…
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In today’s episode we dive into season openers from the classic era of Doctor Who. Which ones are best? And do we have different criteria for what makes them 'the best'? What would YOU pick for your list? Why not reach out and let us know? Contact us any time: hello@theDWshow.netThe Doctor Who Show által
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In this episode of the Who's He? Podcast.... Review - Outland This time, Phil take a trip down memory lane with Outland, starring Sean Connery. As he remembers how he first came across this space western, Phil also looks at what films heavily influenced this motion picture and whether you should watch those films instead. You can find us on X and F…
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On the brand new Trap One Podcast UK Jason (@jangomac72), Pete (@Prof_Quiteamess), Conrad (@HairoftheHound_), US Jason & Jeff (@CityOf_Jeff) play a game with the Celestial Toymaker as they explore the new animated version of this lost 1960s story. You can order the story on Blu-Ray here. The Terry Nation Army video can be found here.…
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Hey, Who fans and welcome to Episode 404. It's with a heavy heart that we come to our last 7th Doctor story to review. We've put it off for long enough but it's time to say goodbye to Sylvester McCoy (unless we decide to re-review them all. Joking. Or are we? Probably). Is this last story a belter or a damp squib? It's not all bad news for McCoy fa…
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Story 209.3 - The Prague Spring part three August 1968. Czechoslovakia is enjoying a period of political liberalisation. Alexander Dubček is trying to secure his country greater liberties, but it will come at a cost. When the TARDIS brings the Doctor and Kim-Ly to Prague, this freedom is nearly at an end, and the travellers are able to see life on …
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This week, we look back of the entirety of the Fifteenth Doctor’s first season. What worked and what flopped? And did Season One succeed as a soft reboot for the show? 🎙 HOSTS: Alasdair Gibbs (@alasdairgibbs) and Sam Player (@samwhotried). 📲 FOLLOW: @WholalaPod on Tik Tok, Twitter (X), Instagram and Threads ⏯️ WATCH: All our content via Linktree, o…
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On July's Wanderers - Crossing the Void podcast, the Wanderers review and discuss: Star Trek Discovery season 5 The Clone Wars Inglourious Basterds Seven Samurai Helldivers 2 The Magicians of Caprona Shades of Grey Invincible Knights of the Dinner Table ...and much (much) more! Hosts: Trevor Trevsplace Charlie @insanityinchaos The Comic Conspiracy …
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Series 14 is over, so it's time for Verity! to talk about it and revisit the season's highs and lows. The crew is all here, and some of our pets decided to give their opinions as well. (If you speak canine or feline, please contact us to add a transcription.) Join Deb, Erika, Kat, Liz, Lynne, and Tansy, with special guests Hector, Hugo, and Pippa, …
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We watch “73 Yards” (Series 14, Episode 4) where Ruby stars in the British remake of “It Follows”: “It Semperdistanses”. While Ruby keeps a constant 66.75 metres from her new lifelong lady friend, she learns the Welsh are dicks, she prevents a mad Welshman from making it rain nuclear warheads, and dies of old age on the shore of Wales whilst succes…
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The Doctor, Fitz and their new friend Compassion are off to the Obverse. The trio encounter a giant jade elephant, and a host of other strange, strange creatures, as well as humans on a spaceship. And if that wasn't enough, along comes the newly-regenerated Iris Wildthyme! We chat with editor Steve Cole and co-author Paul Magrs, about how this litt…
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This month's guest is an accomplished author and a member of the all-female Doctor Who podcast, Verity! It's Tansy Rayner Roberts! Tansy stops by to discuss her writing career, her lifelong fandom of Doctor Who, confusing Australian time zones, and how Doctor Who in 2024 has sparked a newfound love of the show from her kids.Then Tansy presents her …
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Too Hot For TV continues its journey into spin offs from other media, this time with guest Pete Lambert. This IP has been many a film and TV show, but it's definitive version is almost certainly a prog rock extravaganza, it's 'Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of the Worlds'. Join Dylan and Pete as they answer the burning questions: Who was b…
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BUBBLES: Welcome to Mostly Harmless Cutaway One Seven Eight featuring Carl, Caleb, Sean, and Eric. Join us as we dive into a NEW Doctor Who story, discussing the sixth episode of Ncuti Gatwa's first season as the 15th Doctor, in Dot and Bubble. Let the banter begin! LINKS: @SciFiPartyLine: scifipartyline.com @ProgNeg: prognosisnegative.libsyn.com @…
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We mark our 200th podcast (because no-one else could be bothered to) by taking a look at “The Legend of Ruby Sunday” and “Empire of Death”. DDPC200 – WalkiesDownload Listen/download on iTunes Listen/download on Spotify Listen/download on Amazon Music Find us on Twitter Find us on Facebook Find us on Mastodon Find us on Instagram We can also be foun…
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Welcome to a bumper edition of THE TARDIS CREW: a Doctor Who podcast. The dust has settled on the new season of Doctor Who, and Sutekh has been defeated. Hosts Baz and Ben Greenland are joined by guests Violet Hammond and Colin Jackson-Brown to talk all things Fifteenth Doctor and Ruby as they break down each episode, from The Church on Ruby Road t…
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Charles Skaggs & Jesse Jackson are joined by special guests DJ Nik & Holly Mac to discuss "Empire of Death", the eighth episode of Doctor Who Series 14, featuring Ncuti Gatwa as the Fifteenth Doctor, Millie Gibson as Ruby Sunday, Bonnie Langford as Melanie Bush, and Gabriel Woolf as the voice of Sutekh! Find us here:X/Twitter: @NextStopWho, @Charle…
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An entertaining enough finale, but with big enough plot holes that you could drive a pyramid through. Something went wrong with this season in more ways than one and with Empire of Death, Davies seemed oblivious and tone death to some of the underlying messages his drama was sending. Basically, nothing in it really makes sense, and many of the stor…
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It’s been a good four years, but it’s time for this journey to end. JB, Chris and Sean see the current series of “Disney Who” off with a lengthy and rant-filled discussion of “Dot and Bubble”, “Rogue”, “The Legend of Ruby Sunday”, and “Empire of Death”. The podcast will come back now and then with one-off episodes, but this is pretty much the end o…
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The companions are here to discuss the finale of Doctor Who Season 14, Empire of Death! What horrors will Sutekh reveal? Follow us on Twitter: Lonely TARDIS, Dali, Shaun, Marcus Find us on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/lonelytardis Find us on iTunes HERE: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/lonely-tardis-doctor-who-podcast/id466998500?mt=2 Fin…
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It’s here! Join James, Phil and Ian as the Campervan finally pulls into a service station to talk about the season finalé, Empire of Death. Be warned – James’ notes are longer than the M4! Do Phil and Ian last the distance? Tune in to find out in the longest DWP in a very long time! So kick back, pull up a comfy chair, grab your beverage of choice …
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2024 - June 21 - Empire of Death - Sutekh is out to kill everyone in the Universe. Can the Doctor save the day? And what does Ruby's mother biological mother have to do with all of this? Listen in as we take a look at this final episode of "Season 1- 2024".NotesMusic by PJM25595/Dalekiumhttps://soundcloud.com/user-432517125Facebook Page - https://w…
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We wrap up this first Disney+/BBC season by accentuating the positive where we can find it, before finally giving in and explaining all the ways this episode failed. Perhaps things will be better at Christmas. We’ll see you then! Jason Snell, Erika Ensign and Chip Sudderth Support this show and other shows like it on The Incomparable network by bec…
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Join Nadia Jae and Shabaz Ali as they discuss the huge Season 1 finale 'Empire of Death' with Christel Dee and Olga Koch, along with a teaser for Christmas 2024 from Russell T Davies in The Official Doctor Who Podcast. Designed as the ultimate group chat for Doctor Who, the podcast will tap into and lead the social conversation, becoming the key de…
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Iain and Mark welcome those two cheeky scamps Doc Whom and Mark John from Diddly Dum to discuss Robert Holmes' debut story The Krotons. Mark and Doc recommend: To Serve Them All My Days The Sweeney and The Slough House series by Mick Herron Iain recommends Turn The Lights Back On by Billy Joel Mark recommends The Traitors…
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The penutimate episode has arrived. Ken Deep and Chris Kocher help me talk through The Legend of Ruby Sunday. On old foes returning, and what Russell T Davies might have planned for us in the finale. And is this the episode where Ncuti became The Doctor? What We Liked the Most (01:55) What We Liked the Least (08:55) Sutekh (22:05) Additional Observ…
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The Doctor and Ruby arrive in 1813 and find themselves amidst killer cosplay. Who are the Chulder? What do they want? And, more importantly, who is Rogue? Oh, this is SO Bridgerton! Join us as we review Rogue. The Discussing Network proudly presents Discussing Who Episode 321. This episode is streamed live on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch and prese…
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