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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:
708
Average Episode Duration:
0:0:55:13
Longest Episode Duration:
0:3:44:38
Total Duration of all Episodes:
27 days, 3 hours, 33 minutes and 28 seconds
Earliest Episode:
8 September 2014 (5:00am GMT)
Latest Episode:
29 January 2023 (5:07am GMT)
Average Time Between Episodes:
4 days, 7 hours, 53 minutes and 54 seconds

The Doctor Who Show Episodes

  • The Who Wars Podcast #008 (19 October, 2014)

    20 October 2014 (3:00am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 7 minutes and 30 seconds

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    00:00 The Who Wars Podcast Theme 00:30 Introduction to the show; includes discussion of grassroots podcasting; great podcasts this week from 42 To Doomsday and Star Wars Action News; Star Wars Rebels "Fighter Flight"; Doctor Who Series 8 reactions; get in touch with the show and/or leave some iTunes feedback. Details in the closing credits. https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/doctor-who-42-to-doomsday/id687051777?mt=2 https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/star-wars-action-news-video/id80411951?mt=2 10:15 NEWS - Will Warwick Davis Appear in Star Wars: Episode VII?    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=us0MWzVBnxM 12:40 NEWS - Darth Vader image in Star Wars Rebels in addition to new clips on YouTube; An Interview with Freddie Prinze Jr.; "Kanan vs. The Inquisitor"; "Hera and Sabine, Alone in the Dark"; "Igniting a Legacy" Featurette. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4BnC_Mj5T4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBEHMoFZOms https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GojKREH34mw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akndarvLrdk  20:15 NEWS - Star Wars Vintage X-Wing Restoration by Retroblasting https://www.youtube.com/user/retroblasting https://www.facebook.com/RetroBlasting 24:20 NEWS - Doctor Who: Flatline promotional clip from the BBC http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p028sc7n 27:06 INTERVIEW - Rob talks to professional comic book artist EricJ (Doctor Who, Justice League of America, Rex Mundi), about Star Wars. This is an exclusive SNEAK PEAK at next Tuesday's episode!    https://www.facebook.com/ericj https://twitter.com/ericj_art 42:57 ADVERT - We're looking for team members. Want to join us? 43:24 REVIEW - Doctor Who: Flatline (BBC) by Rob @WhoWars 53:09 REVIEW - Doctor Who: Mummy on the Orient Express (BBC) by Lex @Lexerness 55:20 REVIEW - Doctor Who: Dark Journey by Rob @WhoWars  1:00:04 REVIEW - Doctor Who: The Nemonite Invasion (BBC) by Kate @Kamiduu 1:04:34 ADVERT - Doctor Who: Dark Journey 1:05:02 Closing remarks; call for iTunes feedback on the show. 1:06:45 The Who Wars Podcast Credits (including how to get in touch with the show).



  • The Who Wars Podcast #007 (12 October, 2014)

    13 October 2014 (3:00am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 37 minutes and 1 second

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    00:00 The Who Wars Podcast Theme 00:30 Introduction to the show; includes discussion of Star Wars: Clone Wars fans and their desire to see the program go back into production; Star Wars: Rebels and Rob's theory on how it will all end in five years' time; more interaction with Freddie Prinze Jr. on Twitter and a reveal about Kanan Jarrus' Jedi Master; a Twitter favourite from Billy Dee Williams; Listener feedback from @amaudiomedia @50dw50 and @ben110173; get in touch with the show and/or leave some iTunes feedback. Details in the closing credits. 14:00 NEWS - Star Wars: Episode VII rumours and speculation; John Williams putting together Episode VII soundtrack within weeks; 'Loose Lips Sink Starships' poster (previously mentioned by Kevin Smith) leaked from Episode VII set; Harrison Ford in the UK; Han Solo costuming echoes George Lucas fashion, circa 1976?     20:40 NEWS - Marvel reveal Star Wars: Kanan series, due April 2015, ay NYCC. 22:20 NEWS - The Empire Strikes Back Uncut https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjsFAZWnA00 24:02 NEWS - Robert Downey Jr. recently watched Doctor Who for some homework and thinks it's "an incredible series". 27:16 NEWS - Who is Gus? Rob delves into a Radio Times article on the topic from today's screening of Doctor Who. 30:27 FEATURE - Star Wars Episode VII Spoilers by Kate @Kamiduu 33:56 REVIEW - Doctor Who: Mummy on the Orient Express (BBC) by Rob @WhoWars 49:48 REVIEW - Star Wars: Rebels "Droids in Distress" (Lucasfilm) by Rob @WhoWars & Leo 1:06:16 FEATURE - Secondhand Star Wars by Kate @Kamiduu 1:12:52 ADVERT - We're looking for team members. Want to join us? 1:13:39 REVIEW - Doctor Who: Kill The Moon (BBC) by Lex @Lexerness 1:19:20 COMIC - Doctor Who: 10th Doctor #3 (Titan) by Rob @WhoWars 1:26:03 COMIC - Doctor Who: 12th Doctor #1 (Titan) by Rob @WhoWars 1:34:50 Closing remarks; call for iTunes feedback on the show. 1:36:15 The Who Wars Podcast Credits (including how to get in touch with the show).



  • The Who Wars Podcast #006 (8 October, 2014)

    9 October 2014 (4:00am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 59 minutes and 37 seconds

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    00:00 The Who Wars Podcast Theme 00:30 Introduction to the show; Rob @WhoWars Lex @Lexerness and Kate @Kamiduu give their brief thoughts on going into Series 8 of Doctor Who before talking about each episode of the series individually. 02:25 Deep Breath - When a dinosaur materialises alongside the Houses of Parliament in Victorian London, the Doctor's old friends the Paternoster Gang are relieved when he arrives, seemingly to deal with the creature. However, they soon realise that the Doctor is the one in need of help; newly regenerated, extremely volatile and questioning his self-worth, this is a very different man from the one they last saw. The only person that may be able to help him is Clara, and she is still grappling with losing the Doctor she knew and loved. After the spontaneous combustion of the dinosaur, the Doctor takes on the case of whoever killed the time-travelling beast. The Doctor has an internal battle with himself, pondering where his new face came from. The Doctor and Clara are called to a restaurant, only to find out all the other customers are androids. After discovering the robots' hidden spaceship, and their long-term goal of reaching a "promised land", the Doctor confronts their leader, who falls to its death from an airship, though it is unclear whether he fell as part of a self-destruct mechanism or if the Doctor pushed him. Clara receives a phone call from the previous Doctor, and is convinced to join the Twelfth Doctor on his journeys. Meanwhile, the Half-Face Man awakes in a mysterious place, greeted by an equally-curious woman named Missy. 08:45 Into the Dalek - The Doctor saves Journey Blue, a rebel fighter, from her space shuttle, which is under attack by Daleks, but is unable to save her brother. Upon returning her to her rebel ship, The Doctor then drags Clara away from a potential date with Danny Pink, her new colleague at Coal Hill School, and is thrown into the most dangerous place into the universe: the inside of a Dalek. The Doctor and Clara, along with a team of rebels aboard the Aristotle, a military station in space, are miniaturized and sent into "Rusty", a Dalek that has turned good. At the Dalek's power center, the Doctor discovers a large crack, which he deduces is causing the malfunction within the Dalek. He uses his sonic screwdriver to seal the crack, but their meddling has a terrible outcome, causing the Dalek to realize its true cause again. It sends a message to the rest of the Daleks, giving them the base's location. The mysterious Missy and "Heaven" once more make an appearance after Gretchen sacrifices herself to allow Clara and Journey access to the mind of Rusty. In an attempt to show Rusty the beauty of the universe, the Doctor connects his mind with that of the Dalek's. Rusty, however, sees the Doctor's hatred for the Daleks and is inspired by this instead, deciding to exterminate his own race. After the battle, Rusty calls the Doctor a "good Dalek", and the Doctor and Clara leave, with Clara returning to her date. 14:25 Robot of Sherwood - Treating Clara to an expedition of her choice, the Doctor takes her to the twelfth century to prove that her childhood hero, Robin Hood, doesn't exist. He is stunned when he stumbles upon a gang of outlaws, led by a man claimed to be the great hero himself. The Doctor duels with Robin Hood with a spoon, and remains in disbelief even as Robin takes the two to meet his band of Merry Men. Robin takes part in an archery contest against the Sheriff of Nottingham, splitting the arrow to claim a prize of a golden arrow. The Doctor challenges Robin before impatiently blowing up the target, causing the Sheriff to order his arrest. Robin defends the Doctor, but after slicing the arm off of one of the guards, it is revealed that they are robots. After the capture of the Doctor, Clara and Robin, Clara is taken to the Sheriff to act as the trio's leader, where she finds out that the Sheriff witnessed a spaceship crash and has been trying to repair it by collecting all the gold in the nearby land, so that he can use it to travel to London and take over the kingdom. The Doctor and Robin escape their prison, where Robin demands that Clara reveal who exactly The Doctor is. Robin Hood defeats the Sheriff in a sword fight, and after allowing the robots' spaceship to detonate harmlessly in the atmosphere, the Doctor and Robin Hood part ways, after which Maid Marian is reunited with Robin. 23:40 Listen - After a failed date with Danny Pink, Clara returns to her home to find The Doctor awaiting her. He seeks a creature he believes to have perfected its ability to hide, that stalks humankind and is responsible for a dream common to all humans. Using the TARDIS' telepathic circuit, the duo end up in the mid-1990s, where Clara meets Danny Pink as a boy. The Doctor and Clara comfort Danny from his fear when an unknown entity enters the boy's room. After returning to her date with Danny and failing a second time, Clara returns to the TARDIS and meets Orson Pink, a distance descendant of Danny Pink, one of Earth's first time travelers stranded at the end of the universe. After a brief moment with the entity, Clara triggers the TARDIS' departure to an unknown barn, where she finds a crying child. Hiding beneath the bed, she realizes that the child is The Doctor in his younger years. When the boy gets out of the bed, Clara accidentally grabs his leg, and she realizes that she is the monster under the bed. She comforts him with the notion of fear being a constant companion that can bring out the good in him, where one day he'll return to the barn during the moment of his greatest fear. Clara leaves, forcing The Doctor to not see where they had been. Clara and Danny reconcile, and The Doctor rejects the notion of the unknown entity ever existing. 35:00 Time Heist - The TARDIS' phone rings in Clara's apartment, and The Doctor and Clara find themselves in a strange chamber suffering from memory loss along with Psi the augmented human and Saibra the mutant human. They have been recruited by 'The Architect' to rob the Bank of Karabraxos, the most impregnable bank vault in the universe. The quartet collect the tools required for their heist, before witnessing a mysterious alien named The Teller turn the brain of a criminal to 'soup' with its psychic abilities. Saibra is later caught by the Teller, and activates an atomic disintegrater to avoid the pain of the Teller's brain scan. Psi soon follows when caught by the Teller, and Clara and The Doctor gain access to the vaults of the bank. They gain the rewards of their heist from the vault, and proceed to the Private Vault, but not before regaining contact with Psi and Saibra who were teleported instead of disintegrated. The four find that the private vault is home to Director Karabraxos, and The Doctor gives her his number before she leaves the bank as it is destroyed by the solar storm. The Doctor regains his lost memories back from the Teller, revealing himself as The Architect, and unveiling the goal of the heist – to rejoin the Teller with the only other one of its species. The Doctor takes the two aliens away to live out their lives, and returns Saibra and Psi to their homeworlds, and Clara to her flat for her date. 43:40 The Caretaker - Clara is trying to maintain two separate lives: one as the Doctor's companion, and the other as a school teacher in a romantic relationship with Danny Pink. The Doctor tells her that he's going deep undercover, disguising himself as a temporary caretaker at her school (Coal Hill). Tracking a Skovox Blitzer, which vaporised a police officer and is one of the deadliest machines created, he plans to displace it a billion years into the future where nothing else can be harmed. The Doctor meets Danny without realising he's Clara's partner, treating him with disdain because he was a soldier. Suspicious of the Doctor, Danny accidentally tampers with his trap, and the Skovox Blitzer is only sent seventy four hours into the future. The Doctor learns of Danny's relationship with Clara, and Danny about Clara's double life, leading them to argue. When the Skovox Blitzer rematerialises, the three work together to trick it in to deactivating itself. Danny warns Clara about the Doctor pushing her into reckless and dangerous actions. The vaporised police officer awakens in the Promised Land. 52:20 Summary; Rob @WhoWars Lex @Lexerness and Kate @Kamiduu give their thoughts on Series 8 of Doctor Who at its halfway point and consider where it might be going. 57:50 The Who Wars Podcast Credits (including how to get in touch with the show) 58:35 Bloopers. Shhh... ;)



  • The Who Wars Podcast #005 (5 October, 2014)

    6 October 2014 (4:00am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 2 hours, 0 minutes and 19 seconds

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    00:00 The Who Wars Podcast Theme 00:30 Introduction to the show; includes discussion of good times at present in both Star Wars and Doctor Who fandom; @WhoWars Twitter discussions this past week with Neil Gaiman, Vanessa Marshall and Freddie Prinze Jr. and how people like them "get" social media; exclusive story from Freddie Prinze Jr. via Twitter; a little social media discussion and fan feedback on Doctor Who show runner, Steven Moffat. 11:22 NEWS - Star Wars: Episode VII rumours and speculation; the big rumour of the past week (that I won't even put into writing here, such is its potential spoiler value, even if I have my own thoughts on the source); John Boyega and Daisy Ridley both leave Twitter in the same week; Which character might live in the desert in an old AT-AT in Episode VII?; Ben Affleck declares that he is the cause of the Zack Snyder and JJ Abrams "feud".         22:10 NEWS - Disney pulls the plug on two mobile games; Tiny Death Star and Star Wars Assault Team. 23:38 NEWS - Promo video for Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff. Is that Romana we hear doing the narration? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mU1w0sTg3Cc 25:24 NEWS - Titan Comics releasing 12th Doctor comic at NYCC. Will also reprint 10th and 11th Doctor #1 issues with NYCC variant covers. 27:18 NEWS - Kickstarter for Minister of Chance video adventure, featuring Paul McGann and Sylvester McCoy. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/934034666/the-minister-of-chance-movie-episode-1 30:18 FEATURE - Doctor Who: Missy? Who's that? by Rob @WhoWars 39:15 TV - Star Wars: Rebels "Spark of Rebellion" (Lucasfilm) by Rob @WhoWars 56:32 ADVERT - We're still looking for team members, especially for Star Wars related topics. Want to join us? 57:18 REVIEW - Doctor Who: Kill The Moon (BBC) by Rob @WhoWars 1:22:19 TEASER - Doctor Who: Series 8 Reviewed 8 October by Rob @WhoWars Lex @Lexerness and Kate @Kamiduu 1:34:32 COMIC - Doctor Who: 11th Doctor #3 (Titan) by Rob @WhoWars 1:41:55 REVIEW - Doctor Who: The Caretaker (BBC) by Lex @Lexerness 1:52:20 REVIEW - Doctor Who: The Forever Trap (BBC) by Kate @Kamiduu 1:58:26 Closing remarks; call for feedback on the show. 1:59:34 The Who Wars Podcast Credits (including how to get in touch with the show).



  • The Who Wars Podcast #004 (28 September, 2014)

    29 September 2014 (5:00am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 20 minutes and 10 seconds

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    00:00 The Who Wars Podcast Theme 00:30 Introduction to the show; includes discussion of show ratings and an appeal for iTunes reviews and ratings; DWM 478 arrives and Rob has a letter in it; Big Chief Studios readies new 1:6 scale 11th Doctor figure; Rob talks about products from Big Chief in his Doctor Who collection; Rob fails to finish Star Wars: A New Dawn even though he promised a review this episode - super sub @Kamiduu to the rescue; Clone Wars Legacy revealed this week, but more in news; Listener feedback - @kenobidarth puts forward multiple Star Wars questions and comments over Twitter, which Rob replies to, covering why Episode VII is called episode VII, whether Disney was the right buyer for the Star Wars franchise, why Clone Wars was cancelled, "that bloody mouse", and re-treads last episode's commentary on canon in the Disney era and Star Wars Legends. 17:25 NEWS - Star Wars: Episode VII rumours and speculation; Images of chrome Stormtroopers hit the Internet. Who are they and what do Rob and Kate think of them?; Oscar Isaac talks to EW about the vibe on the Episode VII set; Possible production art leaked featuring Jedi/Sith fight, Millennium Falcon and a mystery sniper; Mark Hamill turns 63 and is now the same age as Sir Alec Guinness when making A New Hope.    24:05 NEWS - Star Wars Rebels getting rave reviews as it nears transmission. 26:50 NEWS - "New" Clone Wars episodes released as Clone Wars: Legacy. 28:45 NEWS - Doctor Who's Peter Capaldi says he hasn't sworn for two years. 31:24 BOOK REVIEW - Star Wars: A New Dawn by Kate @Kamiduu http://www.shotglassdigital.com/2014/09/04/a-new-dawn-audio-trailer-by-vanessa-marshall-jimmy-mac/ 42:05 TV - Doctor Who: Time Heist (BBC) by Lex @Lexerness 46:05 TV - Doctor Who: The Caretaker by Rob @WhoWars 1:10:46 PREVIEW - Doctor Who: Kill The Moon (BBC) by Rob @WhoWars 1:15:25 ADVERT - Become a Who Wars podcast correspondent. Here's how. 1:16:08 Closing remarks; Late news - Doctor Who actress Lynda Bellingham confirms terminal cancer and will stop her chemotherapy within weeks. 1:19:25 The Who Wars Podcast Credits (including how to get in touch with the show)



  • The Who Wars Podcast #003 (21 September, 2014)

    22 September 2014 (5:00am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 26 minutes and 13 seconds

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    00:00 The Who Wars Podcast Theme 00:30 Introduction to the show; includes discussion of new show contributors @Kamiduu and @Lexerness; show statistics; metro.co.uk review of 'Listen' and whether Steven Moffat is 'territory marking' in Doctor Who; Rob chats to Star Wars: Rebels Executive Producer, Greg Weisman about cars; listener feedback - Sarah McCutcheon on Steven Moffat and bullying in Doctor Who fandom; listener feedback - Kate ponders the Star Wars: Episode VII timeline for its name, teaser trailer and trailer announcements; Rob plots an alternative Star Wars: Episode VII timeline for its name, teaser trailer and trailer announcements based on the prequels; plus a rundown of this episode's features. 16:39 NEWS - Star Wars: Episode VII rumours and speculation; Adam Driver in an X-Wing flight suit? Is he a good guy or a bad guy?; James Bond's Daniel Craig rumoured to have shot a two-day cameo wearing a Stormtrooper costume; Millennium Falcon video by JJ Abrams features Batman, plus a new radar dish for everyone's favourite YT-1300.  22:18 NEWS - Jenna Coleman makes it to the Doctor Who Christmas episode; Nick Frost and Michael Troughton will guest star in the same episode, plus other festive casting news. 24:21 NEWS - Doctor Who to be screened at it's latest timeslot ever in the UK starting September 27; running until 9.15pm. Will young fans and families continue to watch the first run episodes, or will we see more people in the UK using the BBC iPlayer? 26:07 NEWS - Original trilogy Star Wars costumes covered in a new book, written by Prop Store of London COO Brandon Alinger after being given access to the Lucasfilm vaults. 27:56 NEWS - Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi standalone movie rumour; is it really so strange? Did anyone think Yoda would make a better standalone Star Wars movie? 30:35 EDITORIAL - Star Wars: Rebels; is it worth your time? by Rob @WhoWars 49:49 TV - Doctor Who: Listen (BBC) by Lex @Lexerness 1:05:55 TV - Doctor Who: Time Heist (BBC) by Rob @WhoWars 1:19:44 AUDIO - Doctor Who: Pest Control (BBC) by Kate @Kamiduu 1:24:10 Closing remarks; The Who Wars Podcast is looking for correspondents 1:25:28 The Who Wars Podcast Credits (including how to get in touch with the show)



  • The Who Wars Podcast #002 (14 September, 2014)

    15 September 2014 (5:00am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 50 minutes and 38 seconds

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    00:00 The Who Wars Podcast Theme 00:30 Introduction to the show; includes mini editorial on Doctor Who show runner, Steven Moffat, and social media attitude towards him 11:05 NEWS - New Star Wars: Rebels TV Spots -  https://www.youtube.com/user/starwars 12:33 NEWS - New Doctor Who 3.75" action figures coming soon 13:30 NEWS - Auralnauts take on the Star Wars: A New Hope medal scene - https://www.youtube.com/user/auralnauts 15:03 NEWS - Spy photos and video from Star Wars Episode VII set 20:11 NEWS - Jenna Coleman leaving Doctor Who; Jenna speaks! 23:28 EDITORIAL - Star Wars Canon in the Disney Era 33:13 ADVERT - Would you like to be a Who Wars correspondent? 36:02 TV - Doctor Who: Listen (BBC) 49:05 Closing remarks 49:52 The Who Wars Podcast Credits (including how to get in touch with the show)



  • The Who Wars Podcast #001 (7 September, 2014)

    8 September 2014 (5:00am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 51 minutes and 57 seconds

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    00:00 The Who Wars Podcast Theme 00:30 Introduction to the show; background to this new podcast series 06:30 NEWS - Doctor Who: Robot of Sherwood beheading scene edited out 10:18 NEWS - Original Star Wars Rebels clips - https://www.youtube.com/user/starwars 15:58 NEWS - Black and white rough cut of Star Wars cantina sequence 19:00 NEWS - Star Wars 'Trilogy' artwork for sale - http://www.bottleneckgallery.com/ 20:44 NEWS - Michael Kerrigan (1952-2014), Director of Doctor Who: Battlefield 22:00 COMICS - Doctor Who: The 11th Doctor #2 (Titan) 29:20 TV - Doctor Who: Robot of Sherwood (BBC) 49:32 Closing remarks 51:12 The Who Wars Podcast Credits (including how to get in touch with the show)



 
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