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Best Drwho podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Drwho podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Listed in The Guardian's "50 Podcasts You Need To Hear" list. "Beautifully written and produced. The soundscape is excellent", "Non stop giggles from beginning to end. Each episode gets funnier!"..."A fantastically funny audio series" ... "This is what crowd-funding should be about"... "Superb production on a micro-budget, full of cartoon wit and invention"... "Great cast, great production" ... Six episodes of comedy space adventure for anyone aged 8 to 80, and beyond. Written by, and starri ...
 
James Murphy and Kevin Burns are both Certified Minor Internet Personalities with a shared love of Doctor Who. Explore the history of the show with them, as they watch classic serials and chat with each other each month about them. Each month, the pair will pick a classic serial to watch and then break down, exploring the themes, characters and production of the given story. There will also be jokes. New episodes on the first Sunday of every month.
 
I'll Explain Later is a podcast all about Doctor Who. Every month, hosts Jim Hall, Matt Nida and John West pick three Doctor Who adventures - two from the classic series, one from the new - that have a loose and quite often arbitrary connection. The stories will be put under the microscope, with a view to finding a fresh and irreverent take on them and perhaps challenging some received wisdom along the way.
 
Radio Free Skaro is possibly the most popular, most prolific and charmingly irreverent (but never irrelevant) Doctor Who podcast around. Since August 2006, hosts Warren (in Vancouver, BC) and Steven (in Edmonton, AB) have provided listeners with their brand of amusing Doctor Who praise and punishment. A year later, Chris (also in Edmonton, AB) was added to the team, and The Three Who Rule were born. Recommended by Doctor Who Magazine, Radio Free Skaro provides an entertaining and diverting l ...
 
Doctor Who fans Will (Doctor Who Magazine's Time Team) and Matthew (Doctor Who Magazine's reviews) have a simple task: to choose one story from each of the 35 active years of Doctor Who to watch through the 50th anniversary year, and then to watch and talk about them. But they're not doing it in order - keeping them on their toes is the Randomiser...
 
The longest running DOCTOR WHO podcast centered around the longest running science fiction TV series of all time and its spin-offs, Torchwood, Sarah Jane Adventures, K9. Presented by the Gallifreyan Embassy (celebrating Doctor Who since 1985). Hosted by Louis Trapani, Dave Cooper, Ian Bisset, and Graeme Sheridan with regular reports from our international correspondents. Doctor Who: Podshock features discussions, news, reviews, commentary, and interviews with the cast, crew, and others conne ...
 
Across the dimensions and beyond space comes BrokenSea Audio Productions' incarnation of the intrepid Time Lord, Doctor Who! Whether you are new to the series or a fan from decades past, you will thrill to the exciting adventures of Mark Kalita as time's champion in this fully dramatised audio series based on the legendary BBC TV show.
 
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After a brief discussion on the Quiz of Rassilon and the new action figures to be released featuring Sarah Jane Smith, Ben and David begin their discussion on Tom Baker about 12 minutes in to the podcast. We talk about his early roles in film and life as a jobbing actor. Ben recalls his and his friends' reaction to the regeneration of the Pertwee D…
 
The tweetalongs will continue until morale improves, which it has, due to tweetalongs! Specifically New Earth, Gridlock and Rings of Akhaten along with some Long Song bonus content. Want more? Noel Clarke interviews RTD and if you’re American, HBO Max has all of “new Who” for you! Plus more Big Finish, DVD news, and Doctor Who on Turkish television…
 
Brigadier Month continues as Charles Skaggs & Jesse Jackson are joined by special guest companion John Takacs to discuss "Terror of the Zygons", the first serial from Doctor Who Season 13 in 1975, featuring Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor, Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith, Ian Marter as Harry Sullivan, and the first appearance of the Zygons! Fin…
 
Episode 139 of the Doctor Who: Alhambra Podcast with Brett, Liam, Humphrey, Legeon, and Johnny do part two of listening to Big Finish..RANDOMLY! Podcast Welcome & Intro and Synopsis - 00:00:00 Synopsis for Episode 139 - 00:02:38 Next Podcast Randomizer...gamified! - 00:05:49 Reviews and thoughts on the randomizer relistens, and DC Legends talk! - 0…
 
The pandemic podcasts continue with this week’s guest Danica Leblanc, co-owner of Edmonton-based comic shop Variant Edition, who updates us on the trials of retail and general survival in the Time Of COVID. But we’re not alone, as there is a breaking Gallifrey One update, more tweetalongs, Big Finish announcements, new dollies coming to North Ameri…
 
Shannon finds out that in the 1976 Fourth Doctor LP story The Pescatons, this time it's personal. Shakedown: Return Of The Sontarans features old foes with new faces and old friends with new agendas, and The Second Doctor's era turns a memorable page in The Night Walkers comic strip from the Swingin' Sixties!…
 
The Big Finish series of River Song stories continues with a close encounter of the Fourth kind. Mike, Mike, Mary, and Julie Filipek run with River as she faces a new villainous race that give her a... Earth Station Who is a show dedicated to the culture around the BBC icon Doctor Who. Join Mike F, Mike G and Dave as we explore the 50 year history …
 
We further our discussion of sideways stories and posit that all of Who, or at the very least, all of Who set on Earth are sideways stories that diverge from our earth's timeline. The time of closest intersection with our own timeline is when new companions enters the TARDIS, but as they adventure with the Doctor their timelines grow further apart …
 
Charles Skaggs & Jesse Jackson are joined by special guest companion DJ Nik from Happiness in Darkness: The Superhero Movie Podcast to discuss "The Ambassadors of Death", the third serial from Doctor Who Season Seven in 1970, featuring Jon Pertwee as the Third Doctor, Caroline John as Liz Shaw, Nicholas Courtney as The Brigadier, and John Abineri a…
 
Poets, ghosts, and getting struck by lightning at the moment of greatest convenience: James and Paul tackle The Haunting of Villa Diodati. James would like to apologise generally for not being very with it for this episode, and specifically for forgetting everything he ever read about the Romantics and thinking Lake Geneva was in Italy.…
 
Episode 137 of the Doctor Who: Alhambra Podcast with Brett, Liam, Humphrey, and Legeon talk about the re-listening of bad Big Finish releases, which were chosen by each host, and randomly selected to each host. Also in this podcast we revisit a Facebook Fan Page hornet's nest Liam kicked in 2017, only to find out that he kicked one hours before rec…
 
The lockdown continues across the world, and this week we welcome one Erik Stadnik from the Czech Republic and Doctor Who: The Writer’s Room fame to regale us with tales of eastern European quarantine along with good natured badinage about this week’s news, which includes further tweetalongs, “Time Lord: Victorious” news, new Doctor Who video games…
 
Martyn takes 30mins out of relocating Bad Wilf Towers, to record a quick podcast with Richard from Megan and her poncho boys to discuss the Big Finish audio 'Susan's War'. Gallifrey needs every Time Lord to fight the Time War. A summons has been issued across the universe to its prodigals. Whatever their skills, the war effort can use them. Susan’s…
 
Charles Skaggs & Jesse Jackson discuss “The Web of Fear”, the fifth serial from Doctor Who Season Five in 1968, featuring Patrick Troughton as the Second Doctor, Frazer Hines as Jamie McCrimmon, Deborah Watling as Victoria Waterfield, and the introduction of Nicholas Courtney as Colonel Alastair Lethbridge-Stewart! Find us here:Twitter: @NextStopSM…
 
Here it is folks! Part 1 of the long awaited talk with the amazing, informative and wonderful Christine Kelley, focusing on her blog and Kate Bush in general! Support Christine & read her blog here: https://www.patreon.com/ballardiangorse/ Follow her here: https://twitter.com/ballardiangorse Our short chat on Pirate Planet will be soon forthcoming!…
 
In this episode, we discuss sideways Who and how this story type was not too common in the classic Who era, but has come into its own with the show's revival and is, perhaps, in its golden age under Chibnall's tenure as showrunner. Opening music is "Univers Sideral" composed by Paul Bonneau and closing music is the main title theme for the "Attack …
 
The Swarm continues, and with it comes fine Doctor Who-related content such as the tweetalong for “The Zygon Invasion/The Zygon Inversion” with one Peter Harness, who is also this week’s featured guest! (Stay tuned for the short discussion about Eurovision!) We also wrap up the first half of our epic Classic Series Commentary of “Frontier in Space”…
 
The Fourth Doctor and Leela embark on a fantastic voyage and Mike, Mike, Mary, and Wil Nix shrink down to explore the inner workings of this story and are introduced to a tin dog. We want to hear... Earth Station Who is a show dedicated to the culture around the BBC icon Doctor Who. Join Mike F, Mike G and Dave as we explore the 50 year history and…
 
In episode 138 of the Doctor Who: Alhambra Podcast, Liam sits down and interviews voice actor and audio book reader John Banks. They touch upon how John got into acting, his schooling, the audio plays he's featured in, how he got into Big Finish Productions (starting with the main range #125 Paper Cuts). Liam asks how he got into radio and voice ac…
 
Charles Skaggs & Jesse Jackson are joined by special guest companion DJ Nik from Happiness in Darkness: The Superhero Movie Podcast to discuss “The War Machines”, the tenth serial of Doctor Who Season Three from 1966, featuring William Hartnell as the First Doctor, the departure of Jackie Lane as Dodo Chaplet, and the introductions of Michael Craze…
 
This week, Deb Stanish of Verity! joins us to banter about news of a transmediatastic multiplatformeriffic project called “Time Lord: Victorious” which will span novels, comics, audio and escape rooms (somehow) and may be just the thing to fill the void left by No Doctor Who for the next little while! And if that’s not enough, how about some “The P…
 
Torchwood Month concludes as Charles Skaggs & Jesse Jackson are joined by special guest companion Holly Mac from The Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast to discuss "Children of Earth: Day Five", the fifth and final episode from Torchwood Series Three in 2009, featuring John Barrowman as Captain Jack Harkness, Eve Myles as Gwen Cooper, Kai Owen as Rhys Willi…
 
Episode 136 of the Doctor Who: Alhambra Podcast. Brett, Liam, Legeon, and Humphrey take time to rekindle their love of Big Finish, by listening to two of each host's favorite releases. Fun, silliness, and razzing is had by all. However, in preparation for the next podcast, we conduct a fantasy draft of our two least favorite BF releases, and let a …
 
Welcome to the Doctor Who: Alhambra Podcast, featuring Brett, Liam, Humphrey, and featuring a new voice, Johnny. In this podcast, we focus on reviewing Terry Nation's Blake's 7, continuing with season 1. Podcast Open and Introduction (00:00:00) Previously on our Blake's 7 watch (00:00:22) Episode 4 - Time Squad (00:05:08) Episode 5 - The Web (00:12…
 
The love for Doctor Who and indeed humanity itself continues, with many a Doctor thanking the NHS for their sterling service this week, a new tweetalong with the inestimable Paul Cornell and his stories “Human Nature” and “The Family of Blood”, and extra bonus prequel/epilogue material for those same stories. And he’s not the only wordsmith crankin…
 
With rings on their fingers and bells on their toes, Mike, Mike, and Mary begin their woes. This First Doctor story takes place in the West, And sadly it is far from being the best. They sing a song... Earth Station Who is a show dedicated to the culture around the BBC icon Doctor Who. Join Mike F, Mike G and Dave as we explore the 50 year history …
 
Martyn, Sam, and Chris discuss the 1989 episode of Doctor Who ‘Survival’. Survival is the final serial of the 26th season and also the final story of the original 26-year run of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was originally broadcast in three weekly parts on BBC1 from 22 November to 6 December 1989. It marks the fin…
 
Torchwood Month continues as Charles Skaggs & Jesse Jackson are joined by special guest companion Christine Peruski to discuss "Children of Earth: Day Three" and "Day Four", the third and fourth episodes from Torchwood Series Three in 2009, featuring John Barrowman as Captain Jack Harkness, Eve Myles as Gwen Cooper, Peter Capaldi as John Frobisher,…
 
We land on the Galápagos Islands with the Doctor and Evelyn to review Bloodtide from Big Finish. And since this is a Silurian story, we try to cobble together a timeline of their history and are flummoxed by the inconsistencies. A story overflowing with historical characters and ideas, we wonder if Silurian Tulok's real crime was genetically engine…
 
Episode 134 of the Doctor Who: Alhambra Podcast, with Brett, Liam, Legeon, and Humphrey talk about the 2nd Doctor era's Successes and Pitfalls, though series 12, Moffat, Chibnall, and Big Finish bleed into our discussion throughout the podcast. Fun was had by all! ------------------------------------------------------------------ Please subscribe t…
 
SwarmFest 2020 continues and with it we have a Doctor Who tsunami of tweetalongs, tie-ins, and tat, which makes up for conventions as far and wide as San Diego and London going online (in the case of DWAS’s CapitalCon) and just flat out not happening (SDCC). But if you’re looking for premium Doctor Who online content, we have our latest Miniscope e…
 
Martyn and Gerrod discuss the recent series of Star Trek: Picard, as well as other installments in the franchise. They also discuss world events and how funerals work in our strange times. Star Trek: Picard premiered on January 23, 2020, and its first season ran for 10 episodes until March 26. The second and third seasons were ordered before the fi…
 
Torchwood Month continues as Charles Skaggs & Jesse Jackson are joined by special guest companion Holly Mac from The Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast to discuss "Children of Earth: Day One" and "Day Two", the first two episodes from Torchwood Series Three in 2009, featuring John Barrowman as Captain Jack Harkness, Eve Myles as Gwen Cooper, Gareth David-L…
 
After a quick recap of our afternoon playing the Quiz of Rassilon with fellow teammates Greg and Jess, we discuss space opera. We explore which stories fit the genre and what does it take to make a space opera story in Doctor Who? The conventional wisdom is Doctor Who is a genre machine, so how frequently does it dip into space opera like other pop…
 
In which Martyn, Sam and Chris talk about the 1967 episode of Doctor Who 'The Moonbase'. The podcast is available from all good podcast services, such as but not limited to; Podchaser, Player FM, Stitcher and Apple Podcasts. If you’d like to support the show, then please shop via our Amazon link. A small percentage goes our way, at no extra cost to…
 
As we continue to hide in our own personal escape pods from Swarm 2020, we’re joined my writer, playwright and Resurrector of the Daleks Robert Shearman, who tells us firsthand about dealing with COVID-19, finishing his new book “We All Hear Stories in the Dark”, and chimes in on the latest Who news and various other bits of balderdash. And not onl…
 
In deep space, no one can feel you burn. Mike, Mike, Mary, and Janna Silverstein join the Tenth Doctor and Martha on an often overlooked adventure where some like it hot. We want to hear from you!... Earth Station Who is a show dedicated to the culture around the BBC icon Doctor Who. Join Mike F, Mike G and Dave as we explore the 50 year history an…
 
Charles Skaggs & Jesse Jackson begin Torchwood Month by discussing "Everything Changes", the first episode from Torchwood Series One in 2006, featuring the return of John Barrowman as Captain Jack Harkness and Naoko Mori as Toshiko Sato, Indira Varma as Suzie Costello, and introducing Eve Myles as Gwen Cooper, Burn Gorman as Owen Harper, and Gareth…
 
Episode 133 of the Doctor Who: Alhambra Podcast, Brett discusses The Faceless Ones Steel Book Blu-ray release. What's on the discs, what does the commentaries feature, the "Making of" documentary, and "Region Free." Parts of Toby Hadoke's Who's Round discussion on Big Finish with Bernard Kay discussion is found on the commentary of episode 5. Episo…
 
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