Join James (now back in the UK) and Phil as they catch up on the latest goings-on in the Whoniverse! With the now confirmed “Power of the Doctor” just around the metaphorical corner, the excitement in the campervan is palpable! Make sure you join us for Episode 348 for a preview of Jodie Whittaker’s final outing as the Doctor.

A quick review of Whooville 13 and a chat about the upcoming screening of The Time Meddler at the BFI are also on the agenda before Michele jumps on board to talk with James about one her all-time favourite Doctor Who stories, The Deadly Assassin.

As always, we’d love to hear from you about the show, the DWP or anything Who related. 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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It’s a Sixth Doctor Special! Join Ian, Brent and Phil as they travel back to the 1980s to discuss two much maligned stories from Colin Baker’s era. Have they stood the test of time?! Tune in to find out – shortly after Phil has his say about David Tennant’s return to Doctor Who.

James and Michele take the opportunity to revisit an absolute classic Sixth Doctor story from Big Finish‘s back catalogue and discuss Jubilee. Hard to believe the story is approaching it’s own twentieth anniversary.

As always, we’d love to hear from you about anything Who related. 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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Hello all you wonderful listeners!

With the imminent return (well, in six months time of Ace to Doctor Who, James and Drew follow the Yellow Brick Road where we first met Dorothy McShane in 1987 – and Dragonfire! Has it stood the test of time?

Before we find out, the guys take advantage of recording together for the first time in ages and basically, yabber about Doctor Who for 15 mins. Sanity is then restored in the form of Ian who presents the finale of our Nine Lives series. Looking back as Series 1 has been quite a journey and it’s not without a tear that James and Ian review The Parting of The Ways.

Join us shortly for Episode 343 – if the (totally baseless) rumours are to be believed, we may have some rather exciting casting news to discuss! If we don’t, then we’ll have a in-depth critical analysis of Delta of the Bannerman instead. You are of course, Most Welcome.

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Given the imminent broadcast of Legend of The Sea Devils, the campervan has gone all aquatic! Probably better for everyone we focus on the reptilian aspect of the episode rather than talking like pirates for 50 minutes!

So, Brent, Michele and Ian preview the upcoming Easter special (Jodie Whitaker’s penultimate outing as the Doctor) and then dial back to the Sea Devils’ debut and review… The Sea Devils! A classic classic story you might say.

We’ll be back shortly after Legend airs on Easter Sunday with our immediate reaction, then again a little later in the week with a more considered view.

In the meantime, you can of course get in touch in the usual ways – send an email to feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com, find us on Twitter or on Facebook.

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The British Film Institute celebrate the imminent release of Season 22 on blu-ray with with a screening of the Sixth Doctor story, Revelation of the Daleks. Join James and Phil from the South Bank of the Thames for a special edition of the DWP as they bring you an on-set report from the comfort of a smelly old alley. Don’t miss it!

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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Yes it’s that time of year in Doctor Who Podcast-land when the hosts stay the same, but the podcast changes, as our world collides with that of Who & Company.

This time, Drew, Brent Michele and James join forces to talk about the latest animated missing story, Evil of the Daleks.

We’ll be back later this month with two further episodes in which celebrate forty years of the fifth doctor – and make fools of ourselves in our 2022 predictions show.

You can get in touch by sending an email to us at feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com, finding us on Twitter or joining the discussion on our Facebook page!

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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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Join Ian and James and they continue to fill in the (frankly criminal) gaps in Ian’s Who-viewing. This time, they focus on The Brain of Morbius which Ian saw for the first time last week – a mere 45 years after it first aired. What did he think of it?! Tune in to this bonus episode of the DWP to find out!

As always, we’d love to hear from you! Email us at feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com, get in touch on Twitter or search for us on Facebook.

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Our third Episode in eight days?! Just what is going on! Phil and James are joined by Jean and Adam of Staggering Stories fame as they record outside the BFI on the South Bank of the Thames. This afternoon, the BFI screened the soon-to-be-released-on animated of version of Galaxy 4.

We’ll be back shortly (within the next couple of days) with our review of Chapter 2 of Flux, War of the Sontarans!

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