A sliver of silver

James and Tom are in the campervan this week and take the opportunity to review a recent 2Entertain release, the Cybermen box set.

This set contains two classic era Cybermen stories – Revenge of the Cybermen and Silver Nemesis.

Tune in to find out what the boys think of this release.

Run for your life!

A very packed episode this week. First up is an interview with Alex Day, musician and pioneer of Trock, Time Lord Rock. We talk about the whole Trock movement, and listen to a few of Alex’s tracks.

Next up is an interview with Peter Jewell, who has emptied his cupboard of all his Doctor Who memorabilia and put them on display for all to see. Trevor talks with Peter about collection, collections and what to collect.

Last up this episode is a piece we couldn’t quite squeeze into last weeks Big Finish review ep. In response to a listener email the team lay their cards on the table and talk about their favourite Big Finish audios, and the audios a new listener needs to get their ears around, pronto!

Does my backside look big in this kilt?

With no new Doctor Who to keep us busy, thank goodness that Big Finish keep providing us with audio releases to delight our ears during these lean months.

The team focuses their attention to reviewing three audios that saw the return of Jamie McCrimmon to the Doctor Who universe. City of Spires, Wreck of the Titan and Legend of the Cybermen.

We also have a fantastic interview thatJames conducted with Barnaby Edwards. Whilst he talks about his involvement with this trilogy, he also shares some hightlights of his extensive CV. We would put a copy of his CV up for you to look at, but it would overload the internet.

Yes, stuff has happened in the Doctor Who world that doesn’t involve Matt Smith!

We have ignored the news over the past few months or so whilst we concentrated on Season 5, so we rectify that with this episode.

We bring you all the news thats fit to print, from the worlds of Sarah Jane Smith, Torchwood, Big Finish and a little show called Doctor Who.

They aren’t all evil, you know

Big Finish recently released a fantastic trilogy of audio dramas, loosely called the Klein Trilogy. They all share a common character, Klein, a Nazi officer, who was first introduced in the Seventh Doctor audio, Colditz, released in 2001.

The character is back for this trilogy, and the Doctor Who Podcast has a look at these releases – A Thousand Tiny Wings, Survival of the Fittest and The Architects of History.

James provides some background to the Klein character and reviews Klein’s first story, Colditz, whilst Tom and Trevor talk about the recent trilogy. Trevor also had the chance to chat with John Ainsworth and Alex Mallison, two of the creatives involved with this trilogy.