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The Doctor Who Show

The Doctor Who Show
Description:
Starting January 31 2016, The Doctor Who Show is all-Doctor Who, all the time. Until then, enjoy The Doctor Who Review Show (running on this feed for the entirety of Series 9 of Doctor Who); and the final episodes of Who Wars and Cloud City Council.

Homepage: http://theDWshow.podbean.com

RSS Feed: http://thedwshow.podbean.com/feed/

The Doctor Who Show Statistics
Episodes:
189
Average Episode Duration:
49:39
Longest Episode Duration:
3:44:38
Total Duration of all Episodes:
6 days, 12 hours, 22 minutes and 18 seconds
Earliest Episode:
14 June 2015 (5:00pm GMT)
Latest Episode:
19 November 2017 (7:09am GMT)
Average Time Between Episodes:
4 days, 16 hours, 50 minutes and 12 seconds

The Doctor Who Show Episodes

  • Random Fandom 004

    19 November 2017 (7:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 40 minutes and 1 second

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    Jim Cameron of the KRYNOID PODCAST and Bob Fleming of the PROGTOR WHO podcast present RANDOM FANDOM.

    Do you have a random question about Doctor Who? The guys are here to answer them.

    Find the guys on Twitter:

    Jim - @KrynoidPodCast
    Bob - @BoFleming

    You can email the show: random.fandom@mail.com



  • You and Who Talking 030

    18 November 2017 (3:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 12 minutes and 9 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    My Secret Life written and read by Terry Hayward

    With an introduction featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • You and Who Talking 029

    11 November 2017 (3:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 14 minutes and 7 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    The Magic Dragon - Doctor Who and the Crusaders written and read by Stephen Hatcher

    With an introduction featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • Alternate Galaxies: Babylon 5

    5 November 2017 (7:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 25 minutes and 35 seconds

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    Rob and Dave have decided to occasionally take a look at great TV series and movies they enjoy, broadly from the genres of sci-fi and fantasy.

    Not only will they look at them from all the usual angles you'd expect, but also what the broad appeal to a Doctor Who fan might be.

    In this second episode, Babylon 5.

    Babylon 5 is an American science fiction television series created by writer and producer J. Michael Straczynski. After the successful airing of a test pilot movie on February 22, 1993, Babylon 5: The Gathering, in May 1993 Warner Brothers commissioned the series for production as part of its Prime Time Entertainment Network (PTEN).

    The first season premiered in the US on January 26, 1994, and the series ultimately ran for the intended five seasons. Describing it as having "always been conceived as, fundamentally, a five year story, a novel for television", Straczynski wrote 92 of the 110 episodes, and served as executive producer, along with Douglas Netter.

    Set between the years 2257 and 2262, it depicts a future where Earth has sovereign states, and a unifying Earth government. Colonies within the solar system, and beyond, make up the Earth Alliance, and contact has been made with other spacefaring species.

    The ensemble cast portray alien ambassadorial staff and humans assigned to the five mile-long Babylon 5 space station, a center for trade and diplomacy. Described as "one of the most complex programs on television", the various story arcs drew upon the prophesies, religious zealotry, racial tensions, social pressures, and political rivalries which existed within each of their cultures, to create a contextual framework for the motivations and consequences of the protagonists' actions.

    With a strong emphasis on character development set against a backdrop of conflicting ideologies on multiple levels, Straczynski wanted "to take an adult approach to SF, and attempt to do for television SF what Hill Street Blues did for cop shows."



  • You and Who Talking 028

    4 November 2017 (3:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 13 minutes and 7 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    Children Like Jelly (And Other Lies That Adults Tell): Moondial written and read by Martha Oster

    With an introduction featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • The Doctor Who Show S02 E10 - Davo Davo Davo Oi Oi Oi

    29 October 2017 (7:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 50 minutes and 51 seconds

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    10 episodes into our second series and 35 years after he took on the role, we discuss the Peter Davison era of Doctor Who.

    As you can see from the run-time, we've really gone to town. We discuss everything from Davo's pre- and post-Doctor Who roles, in addition to everything Doctor Who... the costume, the companions, the production team and, of course, the episodes. We give our thoughts on each and every one:

    Castrovalva
    Four To Doomsday
    Kinda
    The Visitation
    Black Orchid
    Earthshock
    Time-Flight
    Arc of Infinity
    Snakedance
    Mawdryn Undead
    Terminus
    Enlightenment
    The King's Demons
    The Five Doctors
    Warriors of the Deep
    The Awakening
    Frontios
    Resurrection of the Daleks
    Planet of Fire
    The Caves of Androzani

    Let us know your thoughts on Davo at hello@theDWshow.net



  • You and Who Talking 027

    28 October 2017 (3:23pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 15 minutes and 37 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    You Belong To Us written and read by Terry Hayward

    With an introduction featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • You and Who Talking 026

    21 October 2017 (3:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 12 minutes and 39 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    Dish of the Day written and read by Al No

    With an introduction featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • Random Fandom 003

    18 October 2017 (10:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 42 minutes and 9 seconds

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    Jim Cameron of the KRYNOID PODCAST and Bob Fleming of the PROGTOR WHO podcast present RANDOM FANDOM.

    Do you have a random question about Doctor Who? The guys are here to answer them.

    Find the guys on Twitter:

    Jim - @KrynoidPodCast
    Bob - @BoFleming

    You can email the show: random.fandom@mail.com



  • Child Out of Time (The Doctor Who Show Presents: Hayden Gribble)

    15 October 2017 (6:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 57 minutes and 4 seconds

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    It brings me great delight to say that friend of the show (and podcaster in his own right), Hayden Gribble, has penned a book, which is coming out on the 16th of this month. Pretty much around the time you'll hear this episode.

    That book is called Child Out Of Time, a memoir of sorts, about a Doctor Who fan growing up in the Wilderness years of the series.

    With a cover by Doctor Who author Paul Magrs and a foreword by Andrew 'Full Circle' Smith, this really is a neat thing.

    So, to do my part in letting everyone know the book's out - find it at Amazon, folks - I've gone back to the Doctor Who Show episode #2 (from February, 2016).

    Why? Because I had Hayden on that episode. You see, Hayden's always fascinated me from the point of view that in Who fandom we have a bunch of people who watched the classic era and most of us have continued to enjoy Nu-Who. Or they're people who started with Nu-Who and some might have gone back to the classics, but I'd wager most haven't, even if they appreciate the history and gravitas it gives the new material.

    But Hayden's different. He didn't see the Classic Era on its first run, but then became a fan in the wilderness years, thanks initially to the TV Movie, so was primed and ready to be a major fan when Nu Who started, just like a Classic era fan... but was still this young guy at the time with a different story to most.

    That sort of thing's really interesting to me, so I wanted to chat with him on the show about being a younger who fan who likes the classic era, as a bit of a conversation piece.

    Now, towards the end of the chat back in 2016, Hayden mentions some projects coming up and one of them was Child out of Time... so it seemed highly appropriate to dust off this tape, and give you a taste of Hayden and I chatting about his years growing up with the show which he's now expanded upon - in quite a major way - in Child out of Time.



  • I thought I was a bit too young for the Doctor (The Doctor Who Show Presents: Sylvester McCoy)

    8 October 2017 (6:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 56 minutes and 36 seconds

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    September 30 2017 saw Bridlington Comic Con held at The Spa, a dance hall, theatre and conference centre in Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire, England.

    The star attraction at the con was Sylvester McCoy, who will need no introduction to our listeners.

    Regular Who Wars contributor and some time Doctor Who Show contributor, The Rev (aka Andy) was MC at Sylester's panel, and provides the audio we can listen to today.

    You may find the sound quality varies at times; the perils of live recording, folks. We hope "being in the room" (in a virtual sense at least), overrides any niggles with the sound.

    Take it away, Andy & Sylv!



  • You and Who Talking 025

    30 September 2017 (4:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 15 minutes and 27 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    The Memory Cheats: Revisiting the Past by Peter Cavanna

    With an introduction featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • 2.9 The Doctor Who Show (September 24, 2017)

    24 September 2017 (8:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 19 minutes and 14 seconds

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    Hello! We know some of you have been itching to hear the episode where we discuss Nu-Who's Beryl Reid... and here it is! In addition to that we discuss all the big Doctor Who news stories for the month of September and, of course, read your emails & have some fun along the way.

    Today's episode covers:

    CLASSIC WHO: Big Finish is creating a series of First Doctor adventures where David Bradley will take the lead. How does this sit with Dave, who rates the First Doctor as 'his' Doctor? What do Adam Lambert and Queen have to do with it and how do the guys feel about Big Finish in general at the present time and where its all going?

    NU-WHO: After they left Doctor Who, Matt Smith and Jenna Coleman both took on roles in Royal dramas, specifically, The Crown on Netflix and Victoria on ITV. Victoria's ratings have recently plunged. What's behind it all?

    NU-WHO: Bradley Walsh. A month on from last episode, the guys still don't know if he'll be Jodie Whittaker's companion, or at least have a part in the new series.

    NU-WHO: The 2017 Christmas Special synopsis has leaked in a peculiar manner... but nothing fans didn't already know, so the way it was yanked offline again was amusing.

    NU-WHO: According to 'Now We Are 600', Harriet Jones didn't die. Rob has a bit of a rant on this revelation pulling the rug on what everyone believed was an on-screen death. Dave ponders why people can't leave things alone.

    CLASSIC WHO: Dave's been on a personal mission this past month to watch a collection of 'lowly-regarded six parters' from the Classic Era. These include: The Seeds of Death, The Mutants, The Sensorites and The Time Monster. How did they hold up during this Classic Era bender?

    CLASSIC WHO: Rob, meanwhile, zipped through The Android Invasion recently, for the first time in 20 years or more. He gives a few thoughts on watching this less remembered story from an otherwise absolutely classic Season 13.

    CLASSIC WHO: Dave ponders what would have happened in Classic Era stories if the Doctor hadn't turned up. He comments on Masque of Mandragora, The Seeds of Doom, and City of Death, but can you think of more? Write in today!

    NU-WHO: Who is Nu-Who's Beryl Reid? More specifically, what are examples of stunt casting (bad) or celebrity casting (good), since the series returned in 2005? Dave and Rob bring examples of each, as well as thoughts from our listeners. Do you agree? Let us know what you think of what's covered in this feature for next ep's mailbag.

    FINALLY: Emails from Christopher Bryant and Mike Solko relating to our recent Buffy episode. Did they enjoy it? And Ezra Penny chimes in on the topic of episodes that are generally slated by fans but which he really enjoys.

    Dave also comments on it being launch season for US television, with particular comments on The Orville.

    Thanks everyone, as always, for listening. We greatly appreciate your ears, your emails and your tweets and, if you really want to make our day, why not leave us an iTunes review sometime? It really helps us get noticed.

    See you in October for both our monthly show where we'll be looking at the Peter Davison era of Doctor Who.

    EMAIL US - hello@theDWshow.net



  • You and Who Talking 024

    23 September 2017 (4:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 10 minutes and 28 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    Mission to the Unknown by Andrew Curnow

    With an introduction featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • You and Who Talking 023

    16 September 2017 (4:22pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 22 minutes and 30 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    My Mum, Who & I by Iain Key

    With an introduction featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • Random Fandom 002

    13 September 2017 (9:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 40 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Jim Cameron of the KRYNOID PODCAST and Bob Fleming of the PROGTOR WHO podcast used to be the Letter Lords... but now present RANDOM FANDOM.

    Do you have a random question about Doctor Who? The guys are here to answer them and in this debut episode, tackle four burning questions from fandom.

    Find the guys on Twitter:

    Jim - @KrynoidPodCast
    Bob - @BoFleming

    You can email the show: random.fandom@mail.com



  • You and Who Talking 022

    9 September 2017 (4:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 9 minutes and 17 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    Such Things as Dreams Are Made Of (or What Have Butterflies Ever Done to You?) by Dave Workman

    With an introduction featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • Alternate Galaxies: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

    3 September 2017 (8:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 14 minutes and 44 seconds

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    Rob and Dave have decided to occasionally take a look at great TV series and movies they enjoy, broadly from the genres of sci-fi and fantasy.

    Not only will they look at them from all the usual angles you'd expect, but also what the broad appeal to a Doctor Who fan might be.

    In this first episode, Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer is an American supernatural drama television series created by Joss Whedon under his production tag, Mutant Enemy Productions with later co-executive producers being Jane Espenson, David Fury, David Greenwalt, Doug Petrie, Marti Noxon, and David Solomon.

    The series premiered on March 10, 1997, on The WB and concluded on May 20, 2003, on UPN. The series narrative follows Buffy Summers (played by Sarah Michelle Gellar), the latest in a line of young women known as "Vampire Slayers", or simply "Slayers".

    In the story, Slayers are "called" (chosen by fate) to battle against vampires, demons, and other forces of darkness. Being a young woman, Buffy wants to live a normal life, but as the series progresses, she learns to embrace her destiny.

    Like previous Slayers, Buffy is aided by a Watcher, who guides, teaches, and trains her. Unlike her predecessors, Buffy surrounds herself with a circle of loyal friends who become known as the "Scooby Gang".



  • You and Who Talking 021

    2 September 2017 (4:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 10 minutes and 30 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    A Desperate Venture (Or, How Those Sensorites Made Me High) by Anthony Townsend

    With an introduction featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • 2.8 The Doctor Who Show (August 27, 2017)

    27 August 2017 (8:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 32 minutes and 49 seconds

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    Hello! For a month where we approached this episode thinking, "What on earth is there to talk about (aside from our monthly feature)?" a surprising amount dropped in the week before we recorded and we respond in kind.

    Today's episode - broadly - covers:

    NU-WHO: Bradley Walsh is strongly rumoured to be Jodie Whittaker's companion in Series 11. Who is he? What's he been in? How might this play out in terms of a young-looking Doctor with a much older companion?

    CLASSIC WHO: A new version of Shada is on the way. Rob can barely contain his boredom. Is it needed? How will it look? So many questions.

    NU-WHO: Brand-new commentary on Jodie Whittaker from Steven Moffat and Russell T Davies. Jodie's also been getting around some radio stations.

    NU-WHO: Rumours of Jenna Coleman appearing in the Christmas special remain just that for now - rumours. However a picture of the new Ben Jackson appears and pleases both Rob and Dave in terms of his likeness.

    CLASSIC WHO/NU-WHO: Red White and Who: The Story of Doctor Who in America was released earlier this week and Rob and Dave had an advance copy with many of the chapters in it. They talk about the book and US fandom.

    CLASSIC WHO: August 29 is the 30th Anniversary of Dave's first Doctor Who club meeting that he attended with his Dad, aged 7. Rob realises, on air, that 1987 was when he attended his first fan event, aged 12.

    CLASSIC WHO/NU-WHO: Rob gives a podcast shout-out to I'll Explain Later & Complete Menagerie. He also mentions Progtor Who recently having it's third birthday and notes that Who Wars (which is the father of today's Doctor Who Show), first went out on Sept 7 2014; almost three years, too.

    CLASSIC WHO: Dave's been watching the Hartnell classic, The Ark, and finds the message it sends being extremely relevant for today.

    NU-WHO: Rob calls for submissions to our "Nu-Who's Beryl Reid" episode, set for September 24. "Everyone talks about Classic Who and stunt casting... but who are the celebrities in Nu-Who that really made you sit up, both for good reasons and bad?!?" Get your submissions in ASAP.

    CLASSIC WHO/NU-WHO: Our main topic for this episode is Doctor Who stories that listeners (and us) either didn't get or just didn't enjoy as children, but which we really enjoy as adults. These are almost all classic era stories, but one Nu-Who bolter makes it through at the end. Features emails from Mark Smith and Jim Hall in addition to listener suggestions from: Jim Hall, The Polis Box, Mark Watts, Isaac Dakin, James Stoker, Ganesh Projoy, Jon Arnold, Brendan Jones, Brian Dobson, Paul Scoones, spankybackpack, John Hole, Dave Ringo, Dylan Rees, We Are Cult, David Lancaster, Hayden Gribble, Christopher Bryant, and The Ginger Luke. Thanks for your thoughts!

    FINALLY: The second half of our mega email from Jim Hall, discussing the Doctor Who Magazine comics in the era of Tom Baker's final season.

    Thanks everyone, as always, for listening. We greatly appreciate your ears, your emails and your tweets and, if you really want to make our day, why not leave us an iTunes review sometime? It really helps us get noticed on there.

    See you in September for both our monthly show and the first in a new series of 'Alternate Galaxies' episodes where, for our first episode, we'll put Buffy the Vampire Slayer under the spotlight and let you know why, as a Doctor Who fan, you might be interested in watching it (if you haven't watched it already).

    EMAIL US - hello@theDWshow.net



  • You and Who Talking 020

    26 August 2017 (4:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 12 minutes and 36 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    Everything's Connected by Al No

    With an introduction featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • You and Who Talking 019

    19 August 2017 (4:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 11 minutes and 58 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    The Impossible Squidginess of Being: The Impossible Planet by Gareth Kearns

    With an introduction featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • Random Fandom 001

    14 August 2017 (9:54am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 26 minutes and 45 seconds

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    Random Fandom #1

    Jim Cameron of the KRYNOID PODCAST and Bob Fleming of the PROGTOR WHO podcast used to be the Letter Lords... but now present RANDOM FANDOM.

    Do you have a random question about Doctor Who? The guys are here to answer them and in this debut episode, tackle four burning questions from fandom.

    Find the guys on Twitter:

    Jim - @KrynoidPodCast
    Bob - @BoFleming

    You can email the show: random.fandom@mail.com



  • You and Who Talking 018

    12 August 2017 (4:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 11 minutes and 26 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    Italian Changes: Hunky Dory in Turin by Stephen Hatcher

    With an introduction featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • You and Who Talking 017

    5 August 2017 (4:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 14 minutes and 46 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    Mr Sutcliffe, Jesus and an Interesting Ornament: Badger by Owl-light by Phil Cannon

    With an introduction featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • 2.7 The Doctor Who Show (July 30, 2017)

    30 July 2017 (8:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 17 minutes and 21 seconds

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    (IMPORTANT! Our special thanks to listener, John Hole, for the pre- and post-credits audio find...!)

    --

    Hello! It's been quite a month in Doctor Who and its associated fandom and Rob and Dave take their usual monthly dive into it all.

    Today's episode - broadly - covers:

    NU-WHO: Davogate. What happened? What do Rob and Dave make of it? And how do we feel about Whittaker's casting, two weeks on?

    CLASSIC WHO: Debbie Watling and Trevor Baxter pass away.

    NU-WHO: The Christmas Special trailer has dropped. How does it look? Is Mark Gatiss playing a character of note?

    CLASSIC WHO: Dave's got his hands on the Emperor of the Daleks comic book collection. Hear him rave about it.

    NU-WHO: Rob's reading the final three 12th Doctor novels from BBC Books. Diamond Dogs has been read and he's now into Plague City.

    CLASSIC WHO: Dave's randomly picked The Twin Dilemma off his bookshelf, watched it, and survived. How? Why? Hear his thoughts.

    CLASSIC WHO: Have you seen 'The Doctors' DVDs? These are the old Myth Makers videos cleaned up and released on DVD. Give them a try!

    CLASSIC WHO/NU-WHO: Our main topic for this episode is Doctor Who writers (both classic and nu), who only wrote one or two stories (three at the most), but whose output is regarded as among the best the series has ever produced. Features listener suggestions from: Ezra Penny, Matthew Thomas Young, Mike Solko, Christopher Bryant, Richard Nolan, and Steven B. Thanks for your thoughts, guys.

    FINALLY: Some listener feedback from Kenny Davidson as we wrap up, relating to Whittaker's casting, along with a few recent iTunes reviews. Our topic next episode will be what stories did we not get/really dislike as kids, but which we adore as adults? Feel free to send your thoughts on that topic to the usual address(es).

    Thanks everyone, as always, for listening. We greatly appreciate your ears, your emails and your tweets and, if you really want to make our day, why not leave us an iTunes review sometime?

    See you next month...!

    EMAIL US - hello@theDWshow.net



  • You and Who Talking 016

    29 July 2017 (4:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 11 minutes and 59 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    Choices by Michael Gilroy-Sinclair
    Reach out and touch me: Doctor Who and the Carnival of Monsters by Christopher Bryant

    With an intermission featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • You and Who Talking 015

    22 July 2017 (4:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 13 minutes and 6 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    Life on Mars & Ashes to Ashes: Meeting friends over again by Kara Dennison

    With an introduction featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • Remembering everyone I used to be (The Doctor Who Show Presents: Jodie Whittaker)

    17 July 2017 (12:54pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 52 minutes and 46 seconds

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    Rob and Dave discuss Doctor 13, Jodie Whittaker.

    Featuring listener emails and a special audio from The Rev.

    As always, you can write to us: hello@theDWshow.net

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    Jodie Whittaker graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2005 with a gold medal in Acting. Since then she has worked continually in Film, Television and Theatre. Her TV credits include the critically acclaimed ITV drama Broadchurch (for which she was nominated for Best Actress for the RTS Television Awards), Emmy award-winning Black Mirror, Sky 1's The Smoke, BBC's Cranford, in which she starred opposite Judi Dench and Imelda Staunton, The Night Watch (BBC), The Accused (BBC), and Tess of the D'Urbervilles (BBC).

    Jodie has recently finished shooting Journeyman, written and directed by Paddy Considine, as is the lead in the new BBC drama series Trust Me. Her other film credits include Venus, (which earned her nominations for Best Newcomer at the British Independent Film Awards; Best British Newcomer at the Critics' Circle Awards and Best Actress In A Motion Picture at the Satellite Awards); Attack The Block, One Day, Black Sea, Good Vibrations, St.Trinian's, Get Santa and most recently Adult Life Skills, which she Executive Produced as well as starred in which received a number of BIFA nominations.

    Jodie made her professional theatrical debut at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in The Storm. Other theatre credits include playing the title role in Antigone at the Royal National Theatre, Bash at the Trafalgar Studios, Awake And Sing and Enemies at the Almeida, both directed by the then Artistic Director Michael Attenborough.

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    1. What does it feel like to be the Thirteenth Doctor?
    It's very nerve-racking, as it's been so secret!

    2. Why did you want the role?
    To be asked to play the ultimate character, to get to play pretend in the truest form: this is why I wanted to be an actor in the first place. To be able to play someone who is literally reinvented on screen, with all the freedoms that brings - what an unbelievable opportunity. And added to that, to be the first woman in that role.

    3. Has it been hard to keep the secret?
    Yes. Very hard! I've told a lot of lies! I've embroiled myself in a whole world of lies which is going to come back at me when this is announced!

    4. Who was the first person you told when you got the role?
    My husband. Because I was allowed to!

    5. Did you have a codename and if so what was it?
    In my home, and with my agent, it was The Clooney. Because to me and my husband, George is an iconic guy. And we thought, what's a really famous iconic name? It was just fitting.

    6. What does it feel like to be the first woman Doctor?
    It feels completely overwhelming; as a feminist, as a woman, as an actor, as a human, as someone who wants to continually push themselves and challenge themselves, and not be boxed in by what you're told you can and can't be. It feels incredible.

    7. What do you want to tell the fans?
    I want to tell the fans not to be scared by my gender. Because this is a really exciting time, and Doctor Who represents everything that's exciting about change. The fans have lived through so many changes, and this is only a new, different one, not a fearful one.

    8. What are you most excited about?
    I'm most excited about becoming part of a family I didn't even know existed. I was born in 1982 - it's been around longer than me, and it's a family I couldn't ever have dreamed I'd be part of.

    9. How did Chris sell you the part?
    We had a strange chat earlier this year where he tricked me into thinking we were talking about Broadchurch. And I started to quiz him about his new job in Wales, and asked him if I could be a baddie! And he quickly diverted the conversation to suggest I should consider auditioning to be the 13th Clooney.

    It was the most incredible chat because I asked every question under the sun, and I said I'd take a few weeks to decide whether I was going to audition. He got a phone call within 24 hours. He would've got a phone call sooner, but my husband was away and there was a time difference!

    10. Did he persuade you?
    No. There was no persuasion needed. If you need to be persuaded to do this part, you're not right for this part, and the part isn't right for you. I also think, for anyone taking this on, you have to want to fight for it, which I certainly had to do. I know there will have been some phenomenal actors who threw their hats in the ring.

    11. What are you going to wear?
    I don't know yet.

    12. Is that your costume in the filmed sequence which introduced you as the new Doctor?
    No.

    13. Have any of the other Doctors given you advice?
    Well they can't because they haven't known until now, but I'm certainly expecting a couple of calls - I've got a couple of mates in there. I'm mates with a companion [Arthur Darvill], I'm mates with a trio of Doctors. I know Matt Smith, Chris Eccleston and obviously David Tennant. Oh! And let's throw in David Bradley! Four Doctors! So I'm hoping I get some calls of advice.

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    The BBC today announced to the world that Jodie Whittaker will be the new Doctor Who.

    The identity of the new Doctor was revealed exclusively on BBC One and on social media around the world after the Men's Wimbledon Final on Sunday 16 July.

    She will be the Thirteenth Time Lord and take over from Peter Capaldi, who leaves the global hit show at Christmas.

    New head writer and executive producer Chris Chibnall, who takes over from Steven Moffat on the next series, made the decision to cast the first ever woman in the iconic role.

    Jodie Whittaker says: "I'm beyond excited to begin this epic journey with Chris and with every Whovian on this planet. It's more than an honour to play the Doctor. It means remembering everyone I used to be, while stepping forward to embrace everything the Doctor stands for: hope. I can't wait."

    Chris Chibnall, New Head Writer and Executive Producer, says : "After months of lists, conversations, auditions, recalls, and a lot of secret-keeping, we're excited to welcome Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor.

    "I always knew I wanted the Thirteenth Doctor to be a woman and we're thrilled to have secured our number one choice. Her audition for The Doctor simply blew us all away. Jodie is an in-demand, funny, inspiring, super-smart force of nature and will bring loads of wit, strength and warmth to the role. The Thirteenth Doctor is on her way."

    Peter Capaldi says: "Anyone who has seen Jodie Whittaker's work will know that she is a wonderful actress of great individuality and charm. She has above all the huge heart to play this most special part. She's going to be a fantastic Doctor."

    Charlotte Moore, BBC Director of BBC Content, says: "Making history is what Doctor Who is all about and Chris Chibnall's bold new take on the next Time Lord is exactly that. The nation is going to fall in love with Jodie Whittaker - and have lots of fun too!"

    Piers Wenger, Controller BBC Drama, says : "Jodie is not just a talented actor but she has a bold and brilliant vision for her Doctor. She aced it in her audition both technically and with the powerful female life force she brings to the role. She is destined to be an utterly iconic Doctor."

    Matt Strevens, Executive Producer, says : "I'm so thrilled that Jodie Whittaker said yes to playing the Doctor. I've been a fan for years and always hoped to work with her. She is an actor of great emotional range and inhabits every role with complete passion and conviction. Just thinking about what she will bring to the Doctor makes me as excited as a kid at Christmas. It's going to be a lot of fun."



  • Letter Lords - DWM #514 AUGUST 2017

    16 July 2017 (8:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 41 minutes and 9 seconds

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    It's the end, but the moment has been prepared for.

    Jim Cameron of the KRYNOID PODCAST and Bob Fleming of the PROGTOR WHO podcast are the Letter Lords... and this is their last episode!

    For the final time, the Letter Lords discuss themes and topics arising from the letters sent to Doctor Who Magazine.

    But fear not, the guys will return to the feed in a month's time with RANDOM FANDOM, discussing Doctor Who related questions.

    Find the (former) Letter Lords on Twitter:

    Jim - @KrynoidPodCast
    Bob - @BoFleming

    You can email the new show: random.fandom@mail.com



  • Doctor Who Series 10 - The Wrap

    8 July 2017 (5:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 31 minutes and 46 seconds

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    The tenth series of Doctor Who premiered in the UK on 15 April 2017 and concluded on 1 July 2017, consisting of twelve episodes.

    The series was led by head writer and executive producer Steven Moffat, alongside executive producer Brian Minchin. It was the third and final series overseen by the two as executive producers, as well as Moffat's sixth and final series as head writer.

    Rob and Dave sit down to discuss the whole series alongside a ton of listener feedback as well.

    Who/what will get MVP, Play & Foul of the series?

    Email us anytime: hello@theDWshow.net



  • S10E12 The Doctor Falls (Doctor Who Series 10)

    2 July 2017 (5:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    The Doctor makes a final stand against an army of Cybermen to protect a tiny band of humans from destruction.

    Rob and Dave sit down to discuss the episode.

    What did you think? Email us: hello@theDWshow.net



  • You and Who Talking 014

    1 July 2017 (4:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 18 minutes and 21 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    Unconditional Love: The Leisure Hive by Simon Hart
    The Myth Makers by Donald Cotton by Miles Northcott

    With an intermission featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • 2.6 The Doctor Who Show (June 25, 2017)

    25 June 2017 (8:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 1 minute and 26 seconds

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    Hello! The last time Dave and Rob sat down to do a monthly episode of the show like this... it was March. Of course, there have been Doctor- and Companion-lite editions since then and 11 weekly review episodes of Series 10 so far, so it's not like the guys have been slacking in the slightest! But it's certainly a change of pace to hear them chat about a variety of random Classic and Nu-Who topics for an hour.

    Today's episode - broadly - covers:

    CLASSIC WHO: Discussion of Season 27

    NU-WHO: Casting the next Doctor

    NU-WHO: 2017 Doctor Who UK ratings

    CLASSIC WHO: Do classic-era Doctor Who stories get better if they go beyond 6 parts?

    NU-WHO: It's been 10 years since Blink

    CLASSIC WHO/NU-WHO: The Master

    CLASSIC WHO/NU-WHO: The guys would like you to write in and let them know who the best Doctor Who writers are who aren't regulars. Basically people who have written only one or two stories (three maximum), and have a great hit rate.

    Thanks everyone, as always, for listening. We greatly appreciate your ears and your emails and tweets and, if you really want to make our day, why not leave us an iTunes review? See you next month...!

    EMAIL US - hello@theDWshow.net



  • S10E11 World Enough and Time (Doctor Who Series 10)

    25 June 2017 (3:39am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 1 minute and 42 seconds

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    A huge spaceship trapped in the gravity well of a black hole, teeming with impossible lifeforms, harbours one of the Doctor's most feared enemies... Mondasian Cybermen.

    Rob and Dave sit down to discuss the episode.

    What did you think? Email us: hello@theDWshow.net



  • You and Who Talking 013

    24 June 2017 (4:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 21 minutes and 28 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    Me and Who: A tale of the Radio Times Special, cassettes and Paris by Miles Northcott
    Douglas finds the target: The Kamikaze sketch from The Burkiss Way by Stephen Hatcher

    With an intermission featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • S10E10 The Eaters of Light (Doctor Who Series 10)

    18 June 2017 (4:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    A hunt for the lost Ninth Roman Legion leads the Doctor, Bill and Nardole into the middle of an ancient battle that could cast humanity into the dark forever. What is inside the cairn? And how far will they have to go defeat the terrifying alien Eaters of Light?

    Rob and Dave sit down to discuss the episode.

    What did you think? Email us: hello@theDWshow.net



  • You and Who Talking 012

    17 June 2017 (4:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 29 minutes and 0 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    If you go down to the woods: Sky by Jim Cameron
    Bonus additional content: The Early Years: Target by Jef Hughes (Read by JR Southall)

    With an intermission featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • S10E09 The Empress of Mars (Doctor Who Series 10)

    12 June 2017 (4:53am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 52 minutes and 48 seconds

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    'God save the Queen' has been scrawled on the surface of Mars. What are Victorians doing on the home of the Ice Warriors? And what will they find beneath the Martian soil?

    Rob and Dave sit down to discuss the episode.

    What did you think? Email us: hello@theDWshow.net



  • You and Who Talking 011

    10 June 2017 (4:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 19 minutes and 36 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    A Boy's Best Friend: School Reunion by Simon Hart
    Driving Miss Sladen: Meeting Elisabeth Sladen by Stephen Hatcher

    With an intermission featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • S10E08 The Lie of the Land (Doctor Who Series 10)

    4 June 2017 (11:39am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 4 minutes and 35 seconds

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    Earth has been invaded and Bill is living alone, an isolated figure surviving in occupied Britain. The Doctor is imprisoned and appears to be on the side of the enemy, flooding the airwaves with fake news. Bill and Nardole must embark on a deadly mission to rescue the Doctor and lead the resistance against the new regime, whatever the cost.

    Rob discusses the episode with special guest, Paul Scoones (Doctor Who non-fiction author, The Comic Strip Companion), while Dave is overseas.

    What did you think? Email us: hello@theDWshow.net



  • You and Who Talking 010

    3 June 2017 (4:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 21 minutes and 29 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    Lives, Loves, and (non-Time) Lords by David Busch

    With an introduction featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • The audio file you didn't ask for (The Doctor Who Show Presents: Series 10 musings from friends of the show)

    3 June 2017 (10:24am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 11 minutes and 4 seconds

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    G'day everyone, Rob here, flying solo, flying casual, with a special edition of The Doctor Who Show Presents thanks to our friends at AM Audio Media - find them at amaudiomedia.com - and the Drinking in the park podcast - find them at neilandjohnny.com

    So come and join DJ Johnny Rock and Andrew Chalmers out on the mean streets of Toronto or Ottawa, or maybe somewhere in between, for a mini episode that gives us their thoughts on Series 10 of Doctor Who up to The Pyramid at the End of the World.

    Take it away fellas.



  • S10E07 The Pyramid at the End of the World (Doctor Who Series 10)

    28 May 2017 (11:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 49 minutes and 24 seconds

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    An 'ancient' pyramid appears overnight. Every clock in the world begins counting down to the Earth's destruction. Three opposing armies lie ready to annihilate each other. An alien race stands ready to offer humanity a deal that could save them, but enslave them. It is a terrifying race against time to save the world. Will the Doctor be forced to accept their help?

    Rob discusses the episode with special guest, Paul Scoones (Doctor Who non-fiction author, The Comic Strip Companion), while Dave is overseas.

    What did you think? Email us: hello@theDWshow.net



  • 2.5 The Doctor Who Show (May 28, 2017)

    28 May 2017 (8:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 42 minutes and 6 seconds

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    Following our April episode where Dave ran proceedings without Rob (to change things up while the weekly S10 review episodes are going out), this time Rob runs the whole shebang without Dave.

    Mike Solko (last heard in our rather popular "This is the one: The DW Show Presents: Gallifrey One" special), steps in to co-host from his headquarters in sunny Southern California.

    After some Series 10 chat and a listener email from @fishy_wanda that the boys discuss at length, chat turns to Season 27 and in particular the audio interpretations of it from 2011.

    If you've heard the Big Finish audios, Thin Ice, Crime of the Century, Animal, and Earth Aid, you will be right at home.

    If you've seen the documentary ENDGAME on the classic era Survival DVD, you will be pretty much at home here, too.

    If you've read the article '27 Up' in Doctor Who Magazine #255 from August 1997, you'll be able to keep up with proceedings, too.

    If you haven't done ANY of these things, you'll still likely enjoy the chat, and learn a few things along the way, but will be quite spoilt on Season 27 and Big Finish's interpretation of it.

    Dare ye enter? See you inside... if you dare. Mwahahahahaha.

    THIN ICE: Moscow 1967. The Doctor and Ace have arrived behind the Iron Curtain, and the Soviet Union is seeking a new weapon that will give it mastery in the Cold War. What is the secret of the Martian relics? As the legendary War Lord Sezhyr returns to life, the Doctor is faced with some of his oldest and deadliest enemies. The fate of Earth - and the future of Ace - are now intertwined...

    CRIME OF THE CENTURY: The year is 1989. In London, safe cracker Raine Creevy breaks into a house - and finds more than the family jewels. In the Middle East, the kingdom of Sayf Udeen is being terrorised by Soviet invaders and alien monsters. And on the Scottish border, a highly guarded facility contains an advanced alien weapon. These are all part of the Doctor's masterplan. But masterplans can go awry...

    ANIMAL: Margrave University in 2001, and Raine Creevy is enjoying her first trip into the future. For the Doctor, there are mysteries to solve: what are the alien creatures imprisoned in the science labs? And what are the true motives of the student Scobie and his followers? With enemies on all sides, the Doctor teams up with his old friend Brigadier Bambera and the forces of UNIT in a battle for the future of the whole world.

    EARTH AID: Welcome aboard the space vessel Vancouver. Its mission: to guard a vast shipment of grain from Earth to the planet Safenesthome. Its Captain is called Ace. She seems a little unsure of herself. In fact, some might almost think she was new to the job. Its medical officer is called simply 'The Doctor', and he's perhaps not all he seems either. When mysterious ships target the Vancouver, Ace and the Doctor are pushed to the limit. Meanwhile, there's something nasty in the grain containers. And it's not very happy...



  • You and Who Talking 009

    27 May 2017 (4:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 15 minutes and 52 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    The quantum duality of Andrew Smith: Full Circle by Tony Green

    Lest we forget: PS by Lee Rawlings

    With an intermission featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • Doctor Who A-Z - Part 13: M

    24 May 2017 (8:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 10 minutes and 13 seconds

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    Iain Martin returns with a new instalment of the irreverent Doctor Who A-Z. This time it's "M" and Iain covers:

    Masterchef, feat. 'Roger', 'Geoffrey', 'Anthony', 'Eric', 'John', and 'Michelle'
    Matrix
    Matthew Waterhouse
    Mawdryn Undead
    Melkur
    McCoy, Sylvester
    Michael Grade
    Moffat, Peter
    Moffat, Steven
    Mrs Moynihan

    NB: The Doctor Who A-Z episodes from A-H aren't standalone episodes like this one and can be found in the Doctor Who Show, episodes 1.1 to 1.9.



  • S10E06 Extremis (Doctor Who Series 10)

    21 May 2017 (4:10am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 51 minutes and 0 seconds

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    'The Veritas. The truth. Truth so true you can't live with it. Is that looking into hell... or seeing the light?' Everyone who has ever read the Veritas has been found dead. In a forbidden library at the heart of the Vatican, the pope urges the Doctor to read the ancient text - but can he handle the truth?

    Rob and Dave sit down to discuss the episode.

    What did you think? Email us: hello@theDWshow.net



  • You and Who Talking 008

    20 May 2017 (4:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 18 minutes and 7 seconds

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    What you are about to hear is the story of a connection, a connection that was made between a television series and a viewer's life.

    The You and Who books are the story of that connection, as told by the people who watch the programmes that make us come alive. Chiefly, of course, Doctor Who.

    This podcast will relate some of the stories from those books... and beyond.

    In this episode:

    'Let us learn who are our allies: Confessions of a lapsed fan' by Peter Cavanna

    With an introduction featuring Rob Irwin talking to JR Southall.

    The You and Who books, from which all royalties are paid to charity, are available in print and for Kindle, from watchingbooks.weebly.com

    Find Rob on Twitter @theDWshow and JR on Twitter @JR_Southall



  • S10E05 Oxygen (Doctor Who Series 10)

    14 May 2017 (3:54am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 54 minutes and 11 seconds

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    'Space - the final frontier. Final because it wants to kill us.' Trapped on a space station with no oxygen, the Doctor, Bill and Nardole are horrified to discover the automated spacesuits keeping them alive are also trying to kill them!

    Rob and Dave sit down to discuss the episode.

    What did you think? Email us: hello@theDWshow.net



 
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