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Doctor Who: The Old Doctor Who Show

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The Old Doctor Who Show: A Classic Doctor Who Podcast

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Doctor Who Podcast by Eric Grissom and Dan Johnson reviewing the classic era. That’s right, this is the good stuff. Hartnell, Troughton, Pertwee, Baker, Davison, the other Baker, and McCoy. Maybe even McGann. Some say they do it because they ran over a magical drifter who cursed them. Others claim the show was willed to them by their long-lost British “Uncle”. Whatever the reason, the one thing you can count on is these two Americans really love Doctor Who.
 
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.
 
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Join Jackie Redmond and her NHL Network friends each week as they cover all the top storylines and trending topics on and off the ice. Food, movies, music, comedy - if it intersects with hockey, game on. Tune in for interviews with celebrities, super fans, players and some of the game’s biggest and brightest personalities. Puck Culture lives at the corner of hockey and pop culture, come visit and join the fun.
 
Welcome to the Doctor Who's That? Podcast! Join Sean, Bay, and Andy as they watch through all of Doctor Who, starting with the first serial from 1963. Sean has seen all of these episodes; Andy has only watched the Modern Series; and Bay has never watched the show before. So we'll see how the mad experiment of making Bay watch the show in chronological order goes. Please Note: While we are generally a Clean Podcast, it is safer to assume we are in the PG to PG-13 range. Doctor Who occasionall ...
 
Chervin Jafarieh is regarded by many as one of the most respected and influential health experts in the world. Join him on a raw unfiltered introspective journey into the human psyche and spirit. Featuring compelling conversations with some of the world's top athletes and experts in the fields of eastern and western medicine, biochemistry, epigenetics, physiology, finance, nutrition, detoxification, sustainable living practices, plant medicines, and more. Wake the Fake Up reminds listeners o ...
 
Sitcom writers Paul, Jimmy (BBC1's Warren) and Joe (Sky's Hitmen) are joined fortnightly by a different guest talking about their unusual specialist subject. It normally descends into absolute bollocks. If you have a specialist subject and you want to come on the show, drop us a line - hello@pauljimandjoespodcast.com and don’t forget to share, review and subscribe! Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/pauljimjoe)
 
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SEE the movie that kicked off the classic British series of Carry On Films! EXPERIENCE William Hartnell playing the kind of military role that stereotyped him and drove him to risk playing Dr Who! HEAR two very American blokes try to puzzle through Britishisms! Is this William Hartnell film Worth Watching for a modern audience? There's only one way…
 
It’s another bonus episode of Watchers in the Fourth Dimension, as the crew discusses the recent animation of The Web of Fear, Episode 3! In our discussion, we ponder the key questions – what did we all think of the new animation style? Does it adequately fill the gap in the story? How does the animation compare to other releases? And would we want…
 
This week, Nathan, Peter, Richard and Simon rise up against their more viscous oppressors, launching blistering attacks on their shot composition, plot conveniences and crimes against good taste. Because, in a very real sense, we are all The Almost People. Notes and links Once again, Richard refers to Walter Benjamin’s 1935 essay The Work of Art in…
 
Peace conferences! Lobotomy by alien brain parasite! Prison takeovers! Chemical missile theft! More disguises! It’s all in a day’s work for the UNIT folks, as we discuss The Master’s second outing on Doctor Who in The Mind of Evil. Over the course of the episode, Reilly finds himself a new favourite member of the UNIT team, Julie plays Yates off ag…
 
Come for the beheadings, stay for Guy's TED Talk on whether the French revolution changed the world! The ancient Dr Who dude and the guy who wonders why he ever got into this reach the end of the first season of Dr Who and not only debate this story, but change some previous recommendations for the season...find out what it's all about! Us Twitter:…
 
This week, gooey duplicates of Nathan, Peter and Richard are joined by a gooey duplicate of Simon Moore for an earnest discussion of camerawork, capitalism (again) and the deepest questions of human identity. Doctor Who ruins yet another workers’ uprising, in The Rebel Flesh. Notes and links Richard wishes that this story was directed more like Koz…
 
Sean, Bay, and Andy are joined by Park to finish out The Myth Makers. Along the way, The Doctor forgets how to lie, Steven is in desperate need of drugs, and Vicki practices prophecy without a license. Meanwhile, Park continues to teach us the classics, Andy thinks Cressida is a dumb name to randomly give someone, and Sean makes his feelings on Joh…
 
It’s a bonus episode of Watchers in the Fourth Dimension! Recorded as a LIVE panel in conjunction with DragonCon’s Brittrack for DragonCon Goes Virtual 2021, we bring you our discussion on Doctor Who: The Early Years - a beginners’ guide to the first two Doctors, broken up into six episodes, much like many of the serials of the 1960s: Episode 1: Th…
 
This week, Nathan and James are joined by Steven B and Dan from the New to Who podcast for an episode made up of the scavenged parts of other episodes. It’s time to meet the first character from the first shot of the first ever Doctor Who episode. Say hello, everyone, to The Doctor’s Wife. Notes and links Suranne Jones appeared in a story from Seri…
 
We kick off an exceedingly Masterful new season of Doctor Who, as the one and only Robert Holmes is once again called in to helm another soft-reboot with Terror of the Autons! Join us as we discuss the introduction of one of the show’s iconic villains, the return of the Autons, and some of the most unnecessary special effects the show has seen to d…
 
Come for the terrifying mystery of the Sensorites, stay for Guy's electrifying TED talk about their evolutionary history! The never-indicted Dr Who addict and the fresh face to Dr Who evaluate this first season story to let you know if it's Worth Watching for a modern audience! Us Twitter: @WorthWatching4 Facebook Resources BritBox (BBC streaming) …
 
This week, Nathan, James, Todd and Richard find themselves becalmed on board the Fancy, under threat from medical hologram that has gone rogue and imagines itself to be a terrifying and murderous Doctor Who monster. There’s rum, sodomy and some very low-effort space corridors, in The Curse of the Black Spot. Notes and links Richard and Todd both co…
 
In this bonus episode, “When RPA Goes Wrong,” Anthony and Julie tackle Binary – a Companion Chronicle from Big Finish! This audio features the amazing Caroline John as Liz Shaw, as she battles to escape from a sentient computer that’s fallen into the hands of UNIT. Join Anthony and Julie as they discuss this story, bringing up subjects as diverse a…
 
Uncover the mystery of the powerful Sensorites, the scariest aliens since the Terminator! They control people's minds, they float through space...what can't they do? Also, what's the fate of England in 400 years? To find out the answers to this and more, join the know-it-all Dr Who addict and the new guy who's not quite sure why he let himself get …
 
It’s July 1969, and we find ourselves sitting around with our new friend Maxwell Coviello, stroking guns and watching the moon landing on telly. It’s time for the end of the Swinging Sixties and the start of the Shooting-our-alien-overlords-in-the-face Seventies, in Day of the Moon. Notes and links Early in this episode, Brendan alludes to the titl…
 
Wow! Another season down, and this one has been wrapped up so soon – so, naturally, we’re embarking on our now-obligatory season retrospective. Season 7 was the beginning of a new era for the show – new Doctor, Earthbound storylines, and the consistent involvement of UNIT. What do the Watchers think of this brave new era – does the change in format…
 
How does an unarmed false goddess keep her companion from being killed? What could go wrong with having a nice cup of cocoa? Is the second half of The Aztecs as enjoyable as the first? To find out the answers to these questions and more, join the jaded Dr Who addict and the new guy who's warming up to the series to see what we think! Us Twitter: @W…
 
When a mysterious astronaut completely ruins their picnic, the Doctor, Amy, Rory and River head back to 1969 in search of something, probably. Meanwhile, Nathan, Brendan and Todd are joined behind the Oval Office curtains by their new friend Maxwell Coviello and his trusty tape recorder. Hilarity ensues as they try to remember what little they can …
 
Does The Aztecs live up to its reputation? Is it really the template for Dr Who stories going forward? Does it have the best bad guy ever? Finally, is it worth watching for a modern audience? Join the jaded Dr Who addict and the new guy who's warming up to the series to see what we think! Us Twitter: @WorthWatching4 Facebook Resources BritBox (BBC …
 
Sean, Bay, and Andy are joined by Park in this trip to the Trojan War. We also talk about the terrible time that William Hartnell had making this serial, and about some of the negative aspects of his reputation that follow. Along the way, the Doctor wanders into a battlefield to ask for directions; Vicki gets REALLY into the idea of meeting some an…
 
We’re turning into green werewolves and bringing on the apocalypse, as we tackle a much-loved Pertwee classic in the shape of the one-and-only Inferno! Will the team unanimously love this one, or as the season finale will it be true to form, consistent with the rest of the Season 7 seven-parters, with the Watchers split on their opinions? Over the …
 
Terry Nation's first story after his incredible success with The Daleks. Can he do it again? And will his new monster survive the test of time? Listen to the jaded Dr Who junkie and the somewhat intrigued new guy debate the matter! Us Twitter: @WorthWatching4 Facebook Resources BritBox (BBC streaming) About Time 1: Seasons 1-3 (Comprehensive Dr Who…
 
Jack is an Associate Professor of Art History at the University of East Anglia, Norwich and has recently written a best selling book called Medieval Bodies: Life and Death in the Middle Ages. Jim attempts to pitch for a gig as the audiobook narrater whilst Paul and Joe are fascinated by the process of writing a book about Medieval Bodies: Life and …
 
This episode, it is our Moral Duty™ to take Quatermass homage to the extreme, engaging in some “Vicious Quatermassturbation” as we discuss The Ambassadors OF DEATH! It’s time for incompetent military forces (possibly including murdering scientists?), conspiracies, and plenty of model sequences! Over the course of the episode, Don talks miraculously…
 
Sean, Bay, and Andy are joined by Dan to watch this very unusual One-Parter. Along the way, we meet Space James Bond, Licensed to Kill; marvel at the show's ignoring of basic astronomical definitions; and meet some Animal-Cactus Crossbreeds. Meanwhile, Andy bemoans a missed traumatization opportunity; Sean calls for the Daleks to salt the Galaxy (o…
 
Tim Jones was told by his local vicar he's got it in him, so Tim embarked on a 3-year interview process in his quest to become a vicar of Holy Trinity church in Clapham. Sitcom writers Paul, Jimmy (BBC1's Warren) and Joe (Sky's Hitmen) are joined each week by a brand new guest talking about their unusual specialist subject. It normally descends int…
 
This episode, we discuss our very first encounter with the other intelligent species from Earth in Doctor Who and the Silurians. Suffice to say that living through a pandemic, we all find ourselves somewhat triggered as we watch a deadly disease spread across England in this one! During the episode, Reilly talks two-state solutions, Anthony focuses…
 
The Daleks not only saved Dr Who, they made it a sensation in the UK. Does this foundational story hold up for a modern audience? Listen to a jaded Dr Who junkie and a new-to-Who normal person debate the matter to find out! Us Twitter: @WorthWatching4 Facebook Resources BritBox (BBC streaming) About Time 1: Seasons 1-3 (Comprehensive Dr Who book)…
 
In this bonus episode, “A Bit Pudgy for a Stormtrooper” Anthony, Don, and Reilly take a side step away from Doctor Who and discuss the 1957 film Quatermass 2! This film has been cited as one of the main influences on Season 7 of Doctor Who in general, and specifically on Spearhead from Space. Along the way, Don discusses how this film influenced an…
 
In which we start into Doctor Who proper, with the story that started it all, over 50 years ago...is it worth watching for a modern audience? Our discussion includes the first Doctor Who episode ever aired -- An Unearthly Child -- and the three episode cavemen story that came after. Us Twitter: @WorthWatching4 Facebook Resources BritBox (BBC stream…
 
Dashing through the snow, in a one-shark open sleigh, past some pants we go, laughing all the way. (Ha-ha-ha.) Max and Peter sing, making spirits bright, and James and Nathan do their thing in Sardicktown tonight! Notes and links A Christmas Carol is the story where Michael Pickwoad takes over from Ed Thomas as Doctor Who’s Production Designer. Her…
 
Anne Chmelewsky is a composer for stage and screen. Her composition credits include Ricky Gervais' Derek and BAFTA-winning Where Hands Touch, for which Anne was nominated for 'Discovery of the Year' at the 2019 World Soundtrack Awards. Anne also has a new album that she's flogging - Songs Without Words which is available on Spotify. Sitcom writers …
 
We’re back - in glorious colour(!) - as we kick off the Pertwee-era with the very highly regarded Robert Holmes standard Spearhead from Space. Will the Watchers find this story as good as fan opinion would have it? Well, we’re hardly going to spoil that in this blurb, are we!? That said, there is a treat in store for anyone who enjoys Julie’s singi…
 
Our journey begins! One jaded dude who's been watching Dr Who for decades and can no longer tell what's good and what's not, and one guy brand new to the show. We start from the beginning, with the Unaired Pilot that almost ended Doctor Who before it started... Us Twitter Facebook Corrections Ron refers to the composer of the theme, Ron Granier, as…
 
Liz and Dave Cosgrove met after Dave got his mate Colin to ask Liz out. 50 years, 4 bouts of cancer and 3 children later, they remain together. Their marriage tips include 'don't do the lovey-dovey stuff' and 'don't go to bed on an argument. If you'd like to book Liz and Dave for any Pig Racing events go to ham-shirepigs.co.uk Sitcom writers Paul, …
 
In this bonus episode, “Will They, Won’t They?” Anthony and Julie discuss the Second and First Doctor cross-over story from Big Finish - Daughter of the Gods, by David K. Barnes. Part of Big Finish’s 20th anniversary celebrations, this was conceived as being done in the style of a hypothetical 5th anniversary special, and features both the First an…
 
Chris is the producer of the documentary 'Brothers in Football' which tells the extraordinary true story of how South London amateurs Corinthian-Casuals, set out on a pilgrimage to finally play a historic match that was abandoned on the eve of the Great War. Little do they know that their journey will take them 6,000km across the world, to play in …
 
Wrapping up the Troughton era, the Watchers are joined by friend-of-the-podcast Alan Siler for a special retrospective of the entire era, recorded LIVE at Wholanta Virtual TARDIS 2021! Alan takes us through a series of questions about the Troughton era as a whole, asking about everything from comparisons to his predecessor, how the companions work …
 
Join us this week for a beautiful conversation with Serena Dyer and Chervin as they share with open hearts how they connect with their fathers even after they’ve passed from this physical realm. Serena Dyer is the sixth of Wayne and Marcelene Dyer's eight children. Serena attended the University of Miami, where she received bachelor's and master's …
 
This week we are joined by Jack Panther who talks about his time as a financial investigator. Joe talks about the meticulous planning of a dawn raid, while Jim confesses he was once a model on an escort site. Sitcom writers Paul, Jimmy (BBC1's Warren) and Joe (Sky's Hitmen) are joined each week by a brand new guest talking about their unusual speci…
 
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