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Broader and deeper than Doctor Who... Back in the early months of 2012 we started life as the Blue Box Podcast, a small team of three (then four, then five...) people podcasting our thoughts on Doctor Who, in the classic style of a bunch of friends the microphones were just accidentally eavesdropping on during a conversation in the pub. Over a decade later, the team has expanded and so has the remit; nowadays we publish episodes approximately three times a week, and the discussion has moved ...
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In 2018 YouGov made a survey of British adults to discover how they felt about the various actors who have played Doctor Who - so we've gone back to the website five years later and sifted through the data to see if those opinions have changed in the meantime... Presented by J.R. Southall, with Jon Arnold, Matt Barber and Mark Donaldson…
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Sean Connery as a middle ages monk with Christian Slater as his sexually awakened sidekick in this medieval mystery, for which Matt's friend Will re-joins the team as we embark upon an epic conversation - with a few sound issues, which hopefully won't mar the experience Presented by J.R. Southall, with Jon Arnold, Matt Barber and Will Travis…
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Now that they've released the episode titles, we take a deep dive into the expectations and speculations we have for RTD's first full series back at the helm of Doctor Who; but be warned, we will be talking spoilers here (although be aware, we'll probably be getting most of this wrong anyway) Hosted by J.R. Southall, with Jon Arnold and Matt Barber…
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One thousand episodes ago, we produced our first podcast on the Blue Box Podcast feed. In order to mark the passing of another 999 episodes since then, a double-header of nostalgic significance presented by a roll-call of hosts: The Dominators, and first Death to the Daleks Introduced by J.R. Southall, with Jon Arnold, Matt Barber, Simon Brett, Jim…
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A quarter of a century on, Twin Peaks fans were rewarded with another 18 episodes to round out the mystery and explain what the hell was going on. But was Twin Peaks The Return akin to Midi-chlorian madness, or did it leave us scratching our heads all the more? Presented by Matt Barber, with Jon Arnold, Iain Martin and J.R. Southall…
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Not a contender for Best Picture at this year's Oscars, yet possibly the best film of the year, is Andrew Haigh's All Of Us Strangers - so to do it justice, we've paired it up with a couple of obvious antecedents (Haigh's 45 Years and Summer Among the Zombies aka The Discarnates, the previous movie adaptation of the Japanese novel Strangers) so we …
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It's a two-in-one podcast this time around, as the conversation we were having about Michael bay's first Transformers movie suddenly transforms into quite another conversation we had about Michael Bay's Transformers movie, at the half-way stage Presented by J.R. Southall, with Jon Arnold. Or Iain Martin. Or both - or each…
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Once more we throw ourselves back into the Doctor Who timelines, to investigate how we think things might have turned out differently had alternative choices been made; two conversations this time, firstly regarding the mystique of the missing episodes, and then concerning the effects of Covid on Flux Presented by J.R. Southall, with Jon Arnold and…
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