Join Ian and James as they catch up on the lastest news from the world of Doctor Who. David Tennant and Catherine Tate are back! But which Doctor? Which Donna?! And for that matter, which Rose?! Yes, Yasmin Finney has been cast as Rose – but perhaps not the one we were expecting?!

Brent and Michele also drop in to discuss the opening story in the new First Doctor box set from Big Finish, The Outlaws starring Stephen Noonan as the Doctor and Lauren Cornelius as Dodo!

What do you make of David Tennant’s return!? Does Stephen Noonan cut it as the First Doctor?! We’d love to hear from you! Send an email to us at feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com, drop a note to us on Twitter or find us on Facebook.

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Join James, Phil, Michele, Ian and Brent and for the latest day trip in the Campervan! There’s a Ninth Doctor theme this month with the return of Nine Lives

Before that, James and Phil meander through the recent 60th Anniversary rumours and make yet more baseless predictions that have not a single hope of coming true. Ian and Michele then return to discuss the penultimate story in Series 1, Bad Wolf – and then Brent then drops by and joins Michele in reviewing Her Own Bootstraps, a Ninth Doctor Short Trip Big Finish story by Amy Veeres.

You can get in touch with the campervan crew in the usual ways – send an email to feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com, find us on Twitter or on Facebook.

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Join Phil, Michele, Ian, Drew and Brent as they take time out to celebrate the Fortieth anniversary of the Fifth Doctor – yes, it’s been forty years since we saw Peter Davison play the Doctor for the first time in Castravalva!

Debut Who returns with Black Orchid and then attention turns to Secrets of Telos, the first adventure in the celebratory release from Big Finish in the cryptically entitled “Forty“.

Drew and Brent drop by after returning from a trip to the 1960 with a ten minute review of the Tomb of the Cybermen.

Get in touch with the campervan in the usual ways, send an email to feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com, find us on Twitter or on Facebook.

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Join James, Michele and Ian as they attempt to unpick the Who-news and the (frankly bonkers) rumours bouncing around the vortex presently. They also take a swift canter though their latest Big Finish listening which this month includes the Sixth Doctor and Peri story The Widow’s Assassin (which ties in nicely with the recent Season 22 Blu-ray announcement) and recent releases from the Torchwood range.

Ian drops in to fill another gap in his classic viewing and record his thoughts on The Mutants, a just mere fifty years after initial transmission. Spoilers!

We’ll be back in Episode 337 with our predictions for 2022! What do YOU think will happen in The Worlds of Doctor Who over the next twelve months?! Get in touch with the campervan in the usual way! No, not by shouting at us (!), but by sending an email to feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com, finding us on Twitter or on Facebook!

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In another timey-wimey epsiode of the DWP, Michele, James, Phil and Ian join you for an hour’s amble through the various eras of Doctor Who. Timey-wimey you say? Well yes – this was recorded before Russell T Davies played HAVOC with our scheduling, so it misses the recent Series 13 and the latest Blu Ray announcements This will be remedied shortly!

We do however cover the new Galaxy Four animation and the wonderful news that Christopher Eccleston is returning to Big Finish for another series of Ninth Doctor audio adventures.

The lions share of this episode however covers The Romans which Phil, Ian and James discuss – and then we dive into some Big Finish goodness as James and Michele review the recent Sixth Doctor release, The Eleven. If all that temporal confusion and strange numbering doesn’t confuse you, nothing will!

We will be back shortly with our preview of Season 13 which will be back on our telly boxes in just a couple of weeks.

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Join Michele, James and Brent for the latest skit around the Whoniverse.

This time around James and Michele discuss The End of the Beginning (the final play in Big Finish‘s long running Monthly Range) just before Brent returns to the campervan in his swimming shorts, Hawaiian shirt and a sunhat for his session on the DWP’s very own desert island.

As always, we’d love to hear from you. Send in your thoughts and feedback (audio or written) on anything Who or DWP related and we’ll discuss on an upcoming episode. Email us at feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com, get in touch on Twitter or search for us on Facebook.

Enjoy the show, and we’ll be back next month!

Join James and Phil as they discuss – nothing in particular! Yes, jump on board the Campervan as the chaps hit record and ramble on about the latest goings-on in the Whoniverse including the latest rumours and news, the recent screening of Dragonfire at the BFI and the delightful Season 8 blu ray box set. True to form however, it’s only a matter of time before conversation turns to Big Finish – who have been prolific in their release schedule over the last few months.

Drew and Michele drop in to discuss Full Fathom Five, a story from the Unbound range that features David Collings as the Doctor!

As always, we’d love to hear from you. Send in your thoughts and feedback (audio or written) on anything Who or DWP related and we’ll discuss on an upcoming episode. Email us at feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com, get in touch on Twitter or search for us on Facebook.

Join us again next month for the return of Desert Island Who! What would YOU watch?!

Yes, he’s back! Christopher Eccleston has finally dusted off the ol’ leather jacket and returned to the role of Ninth Doctor, courtesy of Big Finish Productions. Join long term fans of Big Finish James, Ian and Michele as they talk about Ravages, the first Ninth Doctor box set of audio plays in the most spoiler-free way possible. Be warned – every fan’s spoiler threshold varies and whilst pains have been taken not to reveal story details, even the most minor point can spoil the enjoyment for some- so listening is ENTIRELY at your own risk! Gottit?! Fantastic! 🙂

Phil joins James later in the show to discuss how his (now finished) TARDIS-build! This conversation was recorded some time ago but did not make it onto a previous DWP for timing reasons. It is however, such a wonderful discussion and cements Phil’s status as uber-fan so profoundly that we just had to find a spot for it! You can also watch Phil talk about building his project in intricate detail on the Who’s He YouTube page!

As always, we’d love to hear from you! Send in your thoughts and feedback (audio or written) on anything Who or DWP related and we’ll discuss on an upcoming episode. Email us at feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com, get in touch on Twitter or search for us on Facebook.

It’s another Special episode of the DWP! Join James and Michele as they go through the bulging DWP mailbag. Or e-mailbag. Or Direct Messages. Yes, listen to two elderly Who fans as they struggle to accurate define (or identify) modern methods of communication! However, they do have some success and spend an podcast discussing the thoughts and comments our wonderful listeners have shared with us about our recent Eighth Wonder mini-series, Jodie Whittaker’s most recent series, coping with lockdown and of course, Big Finish.

Why not join in?! We always love hearing from listeners. Send in your thoughts and feedback (audio or written) on anything Who or DWP related and we’ll discuss on an upcoming episode. Email us at feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com, get in touch on Twitter or search for us on Facebook.

We’ll be back at the end of the month with Episode 322.

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Hot on the heels of Eighth Wonder earlier this month, Drew, James, Ian, Michele and Phil get together for another excursion in the DWP Campervan. Poor Brent is still convalescing after spending a week discussing retro-genitor particles! (The 25% discount off Dark Eyes 1 is still valid, but only until the end of April 2021!)

Firstly, James and Drew catch up and discuss Season Eight on blu-ray (or at least the parts James has seen to date), the lack of Daleks in Dalek Universe 1 and generally, how brilliant a job Big Finish are doing at keeping companions from the sixties-era alive in brand new stories.

Phil then joins Ian for the latest installment of Nine Lives where The Empty Child and The Doctor Dances are put under the microscope.

Last but not least, Michele speaks to James and Ian about a multi-Doctor story that brings the First and Second Doctors together in Daughter of the Gods.

All that plus – Drew and James critically analyse contributions to the world of singing……from John Barrowman and William Shatner. Oh dear.

As always, we’d love to hear from you! Send in your thoughts and feedback (audio or written) on anything Who or DWP related and we’ll discuss on an upcoming episode. Email us at feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com, get in touch on Twitter or search for us on Facebook.

We’ll be back with Episode 322 at the end of May! Enjoy the show.