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The Who's He? Podcast, a monthly Doctor Who review show hosted by Phil Cannon, Paul Connor and Scott Cannon in which they chat about all things Doctor Who including reviews of the latest episodes to hit our screens, along with news, DVD's, books, audio stories and the occasional audio commentary for good measure!
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we must defeat the silence. Releases on: @subcietypresents @lost_marbles @batik-records @wumpcollective @highviberecords @unidentifiedmg Kashmerik started producing and djing in 2013. He's renowned for his live performances late into the early morning punctuated by smooth, heavy basslines and soulful sampling. He's opened for bass music headliners like Dieselboy, Thriftworks, Yheti, Chomppa, Focuss, Sippy, Lavier, Vibe Emissions, Mythm, Dalek One, Alejo, Comisar, Luminyst, Manic Focus and mo ...
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Radio Free Skaro is possibly the most popular, most prolific and charmingly irreverent (but never irrelevant) Doctor Who podcast around. All previous episodes are available on the iTunes feed, as well as the Radio Free Skaro homepage - www.radiofreeskaro.com. Enjoy!
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There are hundreds of Doctor Who episodes and stories out there and we intend to watch them all! Not just that – We’ll watch, review, discuss, debate, rate and praise and/or poke holes in every episode of Doctor Who, starting with the 1963 pilot. That’s right; we’re beginning with William Hartnell and then working our way forward through time, episode by episode and Doctor by Doctor. In parallel, we’re also reviewing New Who, starting with Eccleston in the 2005 revival. At the time of writin ...
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Join the Big Finish team on their regular adventures through time, space, Victorian London, Mars, the 1960s and the Torchwood Hub in Cardiff for witty banter (ahem), free stories, news, interviews and exclusive trailers. We are best known for our Doctor Who ranges of audio plays starring Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, David Tennant, as well as a world of spin off adventures with Jago and Litefoot, UNIT, Captain Jack Harkness among others. We also produce ...
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A Podcast devoted to Douglas Adams' lesser known Dirk Gently book franchise and it's numerous different adaptations for all different forms of media. Hosted by four fans of Adams from all corners of the globe: Ed from the UK, Nemo from Australia, Dalek from the USA, and Caen from Sweden. Together, they form the Electric Monks, and they believe that their podcast is a pretty cool and froody one; stick with us for adventure, excitement and really wild things. As featured in the Acknowledgement ...
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tin-dog@hotmail.co.uk The Tin Dog welcomes you to sit back and listen to his rants and ramblings about all that is best in modern SF and Television. Via the gift of the new fangled Podcast over the tinterweb. As you can probably guess Tin Dog mostly talks about Doctor Who, Torchwood and Sarah Jane Smith but that wont stop him talking about any other subject you suggest. Hailing from a non specific part of the northeast of England, Tin Dog is male and in his mid 30s. A life long fan of almost ...
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For serialized audio books, interviews, audio dramas, as well as podcasts on Classic Valiant Comics, politics, Doctor Who, Cosplay, and more check out Tin Pod Radio. Also if you have ever wanted to do your own podcast we will host other creators shows for free to get different and varied voices out there.
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I'll Explain Later is a podcast all about Doctor Who. Every week, hosts John West and Matt Nida pick over two Doctor Who adventures - one from the classic series, one from the modern, and try to answer a crucial question - why are we still watching this kid's show all these decades later?
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Welcome to "Cafe y Chisme," where coffee brews and stories flow! Join Franco and Vikki, the early-thirties duo with their playful pup Dalek, alongside Ivan and Myra, navigating life in their mid-thirties with their two vibrant kids. Dive into candid conversations spanning a variety of topics, as these two couples share the highs, lows, and in-betweens of their ever-evolving lifestyles. So grab your favorite mug, pull up a chair, and let's spill some chisme!
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Simon Exton and Ken Moss met at the premiere of the 'Doctor Who' revival in 2005 and became lifelong friends. They now spend occasional weekends trawling through the British television archives giving brutally honest reviews during heroic drinking sessions.
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A podcast for Whovians, by Whovians. We'll be watching Classic Who and New Who, talking about the episodes and reviewing them. And we invite you to watch right along with us. Whether you're new to Doctor Who, or have been a fan all your life, you'll love this adventure through time and space.
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Step into the TARDIS to travel with the Doctors and their companions on exciting adventures through time and space! For 25 years, Big Finish Productions has been creating thrilling full-cast audio dramas set in the worlds of Doctor Who. Featuring specially composed music and cinematic sound effects, these stories are officially licensed by the BBC and star the original cast of the TV series. In this new podcast, the Sixth Doctor himself, Colin Baker, introduces fan-favourite stories from Big ...
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The Ace Doctor Who Podcast

Paul Briant, James Walsh and Kamal Latif

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A Doctor Who podcast as ACE as the Seventh Doctor's legendary companion. Join James, Kamal and Paul as they review episodes both old and new. We are currently reviewing episodes of The Fifteenth Doctor as soon after broadcast as we can, once the kids have gone to bed.
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Tread Perilously is a weekly “worst of TV” podcast. Watching the worst episodes of popular shows, hosts Erik Amaya and Justin Robinson attempt to determine if they would continue to watch the series based on its most off-key moments. TV shows regularly tread upon include Doctor Who, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and 7th Heaven. From family dramas to well-loved but brief sci-fi series, Tread Perilously examines how a show sustains itself even in its worst moments.
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The Cricket and Doctor Who Podcast

The Cricket and Doctor Who Podcast

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We reckon we’re the first EVER podcast to cover the two most eccentric of English pastimes: watching frequently behatted men wander around a field for five days, and watching a frequently behatted man wander around a quarry for (what feels like) five days. We reckon the intersection zone of the Cricket / Doctor Who appreciation Venn Diagram is VAST, hence the podcast. Others are less so sure. “That sounds like the world’s most niche podcast," has been one early reaction. But that’s not what ...
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Four different Doctor Who Podcasts from award winning comedian Toby Hadoke, whose Edinburgh show Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf became a West End hit, toured the world, and became a Sony nominated BBC Radio series. The podcasts are: ”Season One” : Happy Times and Places - episode commentaries (a video version is also available on You Tube). Released twice weekly. ”Season 2” : Too Much Information - an episode-by-episode examination of the making of the series. Released once a month. ”Season 3 ...
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Krynoid PodCast

Jim Cameron, Martin Hannan

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An irreverent monthly podcast in which Jim and Martin review stories from the classic era of the BBC sci-fi series Doctor Who. Currently on semi-hiatus as we concentrate on Blake's 7 in our Mutoid Podcast series but episodes should pop up here every now and then.
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Welcome to the greatest show in the multiverse! Fasten your seat belts for a rocketship ride to Altair City Spaceport's Rusty Rocket Tavern, where I discuss science fiction, fantasy, and horror books, comics, movies, TV, games, and toys. Powered by alien technology, eldritch abilities, and caffeinated beverages, since a summer night in 2012 fuelled by two double gin and tonics. Also classic Doctor Who revisit since 2014, Hammer House of Horror since 2023, etc. I'm at roymathur.com, archive.o ...
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Lazy Doctor Who

Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky

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Steven Schapansky (Radio Free Skaro, The Memory Cheats) and Erika Ensign (Verity!, The Incomparable, Total Party Kill, The Audio Guide to Babylon 5) are married Doctor Who fans (who also co-produce a fiction podcast for Uncanny Magazine). This is a podcast where they watch every Doctor Who story ever made, from start to finish. Each episode is recorded live on a red couch. No, they have no “schedule”. They’re lazy. Want proof? Check out this fab listener-created spreadsheet of episode releas ...
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Ed Stradling revels in the many deaths that Eric Saward serves up in this very gruesome but highly entertaining story. Or is it a violent aberration that is too grim for a family fantasy show? Food for thought and for chat in the second part of this feature length adventure that is actually the same length as normal but doesn't seem like it is. Ple…
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The Daleks have a plan to integrate the “Human Factor” into their genetic code. Well, that can’t be good. Having lost the Tardis, The Doctor and Jamie find themselves in 1866, where the Daleks force The Doctor to help them isolate the Human Factor. The Daleks believe humanizing themselves will make them even better killing machines. The Doctor appe…
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The latest episode of Never Mind The Bar Charts is another team-up with the Lib Dem podcast, taking a look at the general election, mulling over Nigel Farage's entrance and hearing about how a Dalek got canvassed. Appearing on the show is Victoria Collins. The constituency she is standing in includes the village of Aldbury, often used in TV and fil…
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Charles Skaggs & Jesse Jackson are joined by special guest Holly Mac to discuss "Rogue", the sixth episode of Doctor Who Series 14, featuring Ncuti Gatwa as the Fifteenth Doctor, Millie Gibson as Ruby Sunday, Jonathan Groff as Rogue, and Indira Varma as the Duchess of Pemberton! Find us here:X/Twitter: @NextStopWho, @CharlesSkaggs, @JesseJacksonDFW…
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As our Mark recuperates in the Whoseum Zero Cabinet, we take a look at “Dot and Bubble” and “Rogue”. ddpc199-chekovs-earringsDownload Listen/download on iTunes Listen/download on Spotify Listen/download on Amazon Music Find us on Twitter Find us on Facebook Find us on Mastodon Find us on Instagram We can also be found on the Doctor Who Podcast Alli…
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Cybermen, Cryons, and cops – oh my! Add to all of that enough fanwank that the story should come with its own box of Kleenex, and you’ve got a recipe for a bad novelization. So how is it so good – and how did it come from Eric Saward? Again?! Come join Tony Whitt, Alyson Fitch-Safreed, and Dalton Hughes as we discuss Saward’s novelization of a Coli…
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This week, Morrus, PJ, and Jessica talk about the starship combat and hacking rules from Voidrunner’s Codex. In the news, DC20 Kickstarter breaks $1 million, new Champion class from Pathfinder Remaster, Heroes of Might and Magic TTRPG coming from Modiphius and more! -------------------- News RPG.net owner accused of liking/sharing right-wing social…
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It’s the penultimate episode of Doctor Who Season 1 and the mysteries are piling up in UNIT HQ! Who or what is Susan Twist? What about the cloaked lady who may or may not be Ruby’s mum? Why in the name of all the gods in the pantheon is Sutekh causing trouble and blinged out in Disney finery? The Three Who Rule don’t have the answers but they do ha…
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In this episode of the Who's He? Podcast.... Review - The Legend of Ruby Sunday This week Paul and Phil defy the bony hand of death to review The Legend of Ruby Sunday, the penultimate episode of this series of Doctor Who. With an old returning villain as the big bad of this series, and possibly more questions raised than answered, a real thunderst…
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"Carnival of Monsters" Production PPP January 27 - February 17, 1973 The Doctor's first trip in the TARDIS takes him to the Indian Ocean in 1926, but the ship he lands on comes under attack from a dinosaur! Podcaster John S. Drew and writer/editor Jim Beard join forces once again to become the masters of time and space as they watch and review ever…
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So, what to we do when we don't like an aspect of a Doctor Who story? Well, we are Doctor Who fans, so we behave utterly rationally of course. For this episode of Indefinable Magic, the way in which we are drawn to criticise the thing we love comes into the spotlight. Is there such a thing as objectively good and bad, and who has the monopoly on sa…
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The Eighth Doctor Adventures. It’s Lucie’s birthday, and her birthday treat awaits. But whatever she’s expecting, it’s not what she’s getting on the colony world of Castus Sigma in the year 3025: ringside seats for the interplanetary Retro Roller Derby - sponsored by Heliacorp (“Turning sunlight into gold”!) It’s more than just a game, though. For …
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One thing anyone who travels throughout realities, from one planet to the next in the blink of an eye, within time itself, one thing anyone who walks these paths needs is therapy. Record is one such person and it's a good thing he has a Muse that puts him in his place when needs be.These Televisits are small moment out of a universally large life.T…
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Tread Perilously engages in a normal human podcast by watching an episode of What We Do In The Shadows called "On The Run." When a mysterious vampire tracks down Laszlo over the matter of an ancient debt, he abandons his life on Staten Island to become "Jackie Daytona" -- a beloved local fixture and bar owner in Pennsylvania. Much to his surprise, …
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The latest episode of Never Mind The Bar Charts is another special with John Potter and the Lib Dem Pod, looking at all the latest from the election campaign with Lib Dem peer Liz Barker and Lib Dem candidate David Chadwick. Feedback very welcome, and do share this podcast with others who you think may enjoy it. Show notes The Lib Dem manifesto. Da…
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William Russell Enoch left us on June 3, 2024. For 78 episodes, he portrayed the character of Ian Chesterton, a science teacher whisked away with fellow teacher Barbara Wright by the Doctor and his granddaughter Susan in their time machine, the TARDIS. He was the template for what a male companion to the Doctor should be. With his passing, John and…
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Buckets of Goo, Monolith, I Am Not a Serial Killer, Munich: The Edge of War, Three Thousand Years of Longing, Dead Boy Detectives, Star Trek: Discovery, The Red King, Eric, Star Wars: The Acolyte, Doctor Who: 73 Yards, Doctor Who: Dot and Bubble, Doctor Who: Rogue, Another Doctor Who Retraction, Continuing Annoyance of Doctor Who Broadcast Time, Do…
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This one has been done as originally broadcast - as a pair of feature length episodes. So it's two things per instlalment that have to be chosen by special guest Ed Stradling. It's a story controversial for its tone and content, and one that would have an impact and influence on the future of the show. And for your host and Ed, it's one that they b…
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Here we are back with Something Who podcast Episode 98 with Doctor Who fandom's own musical maestro, Jess Jurkovic, joining Rick, Giles and Richard. We look at 1st Doctor story The Chase from the original Season 2, and after that examine 15th Doctor story The Devil's Chord from the new Season 1. This episode consists of the second half of that conv…
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In this episode of the Who's He? Podcast.... Review - Rogue I think we guessed that this weeks episode of Doctor Who, Rogue would be divisive for some. However, what is surprising is that Paul and Phil are divided over their opinions on this story. Phil reveals that he has no soul and has a cold, dead heart while Paul embraces the love on display. …
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It’s Regency drama, gossip, and scandalous dances on this week’s Doctor Who adventure, “Rogue!” The Bridgerton fans are losing their minds at this episode, including one Ruby Sunday, but what did the Three Who Rule think of this theatrical and romantic undertaking? Plus we pay tribute to William Russell, Doctor Who’s original Man of Action and Knig…
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