We also have an interview with one of the stars from Earth Aid – Paterson Joseph – the Doctor who almost was.
The Cybermen, classic monsters who terrorised the Doctor during the run of the original series, returned for the new series rejuvenated, revitalised and reinvented for a modern audience.
The DWP Campervan plays host to the metal meanies this episode with Trevor, Tom and James discussing the rebirth of the Cybermen in the new series of Doctor Who.
Ian and Michelle also review a Cybermen story from the Big Finish range.
In April this year a great loss occurred in the Doctor Who community with the death of Elisabeth Sladen, perhaps better known as Sarah Jane Smith, companion to the Third and Fourth Doctors.
It was a loss so sudden, so unexpected, and revealed what a private person Elisabeth was. It is only now courtesy of her autobiography we are finding out more about this extraordinary woman.
The DWP Team pay tribute to Lis by talking about her time on Doctor Who, her work in the Sarah Jane Adventures, her foray into the world of Big Finish and other spin off media.
Spend some time with Sarah Jane this week.
What self respecting podcast doesn’t release an episode on November 23rd?
Certainly not The Doctor Who Podcast!
We draw the Simon Guerrier competition which we started in episode #108.
During the London Riots earlier in the year, our very ownJames tried to find a quiet table and sit down with Simon Guerrier, a name that you might not all be familiar with but one that has been cropping up in the world of Doctor Who for many years now.
Simon has written for Big Finish for the Fifth and Seventh Doctors. Contributed stories to the Short Trips range. He has written original novels for the First and Tenth Doctors. Written comic strips. Made Bernice Summerfield come to life in the printed word. And produced some of the most fondly remembered documentaries which have featured on the 2Entertain range of classic series DVD releases.
In fact pretty much the only thing he HASN’T done is written for the new series.
Though that can’t be far away.
James had a fascinating chat with Simon, a man who has had such a submliminal effect on our enjoyment of Doctor Who. You might not know who he is, but after this interview, you will.
Time to delve into the wonderful universe of Big Finish at the Doctor Who Podcast.
We also announce another competition in which you can win some major prizes. We meant to announce this competition last week, but um, forgot. Sorry about that.
This episode is all about the reviews, as the DWP Campervan rips off the shrinkwrap from a couple of Doctor Who DVDs and Big Finish audios.
A quick glance at the Wikipedia entry for Joe Lidster will show that he knows his Doctor Who and related spinoffs.
He has written for Big Finish, Torchwood and Sarah Jane Adventures, as well as the Bernice Summerfield ranges. When he isn’t writing for them he is producing short stories on, you guessed it, Doctor Who.
This incredibly talented and busy man sat down with ourJames recently to talk all things Doctor Who.
I am sure you will find this a fascinating interview.
Our second episode for this week concludes the DWPs look at our favourite Doctor Who stories from each era of the show.
This episode starts with the umbrella carrying, question mark wearing 7th Doctor Sylvester McCoy, and finishes of course with the stetson sporting, custard loving 11th Doctor, Matt Smith.
We also review the latest episode of new Torchwood, episode 4.
In response to requests from many of our listeners the DWP presents the first part of our two-part nostalgia trip through the DWP hosts favourite Doctor Who stories.
Trevor, Tom and James will sort through each era of Doctor Who and pick out some of their personal favourites.
This episode we cover the first six Doctors. Watch out later in the week for the conclusion to our stroll down memory lane.
We also review the next episode of Torchwood, episode 3 of the current season.
Featured in this episode is a great song called “The Mind of Evil” from Billy Davies aka The White Robot, an awesome DWP listener in New York.