Join James and Tom for the start of a new era of The Doctor Who Podcast! In this episode, they unwrap and welcome a brand new, shiny, polished, optimistic new DWP host. But who is it?! Well, tune in to find out as we examine his Doctor Who fan credentials. Or check out the Hosts page if you are ultra-impatient! The chaps also talk about the recent controversy created by a certain trailer being shown for the first – and perhaps the only time – at this year’s San Diego Comic Con.
All this and part five of Seventh Heaven, AND a review from Ian and Michele of The Sands of Life and War Against the Laan – two recent Fourth Doctor and Romana plays from Big Finish Productions. Phew!
Join us next week as we kick off with part 1 of our second Burning Issues mini-series.
There will be tears, there will be laughter, there will be gnashing of teeth and cries of desperation. All in all, a pretty standard day in the DWP Campervan when we get Leeson to attempt the washing up.
While he clatters away chipping crockery and breaking glasses we attempted to record an episode of the DWP – the results of which you can enjoy here today. Or tomorrow, if you are busy today. By this weekend at the very latest, ok?
Returning to the fertile sanctuary of Big Finish this episode, Trevor, Leeson and Michele review the Paul McGann boxset series of audio dramas, Dark Eyes.
Heralding a darker, edgier Eighth Doctor, Dark Eyes takes the Doctor that once deliriously marvelled at how well a pair of borrowed shoes fitted, into a new and very exciting direction.
Join the Three Who Were Never Meant to Rule, Ever, as they feast upon the smorgasbord of story that Dark Eyes presents for us.
We also feature the epic continuation of our Seventh Heaven series, where Stephen Elsden is watching, for the first time, ALL the stories from the Seventh Doctor era!
Ever sat back and marvelled at Steven Moffat‘s ability to weave multi-threaded plotlines? What a fantastic mystery Clara was, set up almost 12 months before the resolution was presented on our telly screens. Oh, and don’t forget the ‘Who precisely IS River Song’ arc that kicked off all the way back in 2008. But sometimes, Mr Moffat asks wonderfully intriguing questions – and then seems to forget about them. Or does he?! Join James and Stephen from A Madman With a Box Podcast as they shine the DWP spotlight on these seemingly unanswered questions and chat about a couple of Kooky theries you wonderful listeners have sent in.
If that wasn’t enough, Stephen Elsden returns in part 3 of our increasingly popular Seventh Heaven mini-series to talk about Rememberance of the Daleks and the Happiness Patrol. Does carnage ensue? Tune in to find out!
Share you thoughts with us about your take on Moffat’s loose ends – record your thoughts in under 120 seconds or less and email them to us at email@example.com.
Join Leeson, Trevor and Michele in the Campervan this coming weekend in an extra edition of the Doctor Who Podcast as they give Big Finish‘s Dark Eyes the DWP Review treatment.
They’ve finally managed to do it. After years of trying, Ian and Michele have finally broken out of the Campervan annex and have ‘peacefully occupied’ the Executive Recording Lounge! The reason for this incursion however is valid as they’ve found a Dalek to interview. And this is no ordinary Dalek either – it’s none other than Barnaby Edwards who has been operating various Skarosians for nigh-on twenty years. And if that wasn’t enough, Ian and Michele review The Spectre of Lanyon Moor, an early Big Finish play starring Barnaby and written by fellow Dalek operator, Nicholas Pegg.
The interview was recorded at Big Finish Day 3 – thanks again to Big Finish and 10th Planet Events and of course to both Tony Whitmore and Laura Cowen.
Join James and Trev next week as they discuss….well, that would be telling wouldn’t it?!
This week a veritable feast of DVD reviewing as Trevor, James and Tom chow down on two classic era DVD releases. The First Doctor story Planet of Giants and the Third Doctor story The Ambassadors of Death fall under the microscope of the DWP campervan team.
Also included this week is a review of one of the more recent Tom Baker Big Finish audios, The Auntie Matter.