Join James, Leeson and Luke from the Minute Doctor Who Podcast as they chat about wobbly daleks and a shouty Davros. Ian and Michele chime in with their review of Other Lives as they continue their onslaught through Big Finish’s Eighth Doctor, Charley and C’rizz stories.

We’ll be back next week with our preview of series eight!  Not long to go now…..

What?! You thought we’d concluded our Re-Cutting mini-series? Well, to be honest, so did we! But we received a fantastic piece of feedback from our friend Martin Spallacey which we just couldn’t ignore! Thanks Martin for wrapping up the series so nicely.

And in any case, how could we resist the chance to play Leeson’s fantastic theme tune just one more time? Well, okay. Twice more. The beginning and the end. Yes.

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Join James and Trev as they travel back to 1985 and talk Daleks. Revelation of the Daleks to be precise. But before they make the short-hop to Necros, they discuss last week’s announcement that Deep Breath will screen in cinemas across the globe, talk about Big Finish adapting some of Virgin’s Missing and New Adventures books and head into the annex where Ian and Michele wax lyrical about Big Finish’s Eight Doctor and Charley play, Scaredy Cat.

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Join Stephen and Ian as they conclude our mini-series looking back at the Key to Time season.  And for those of you who have been asking, the theme tune for this seies was put together by our very own Leeson Fischer.  Stay tuned for an extended version of it at the end of this episode.

Join James and Stephen Elsden in part two of our special mini-series revisiting The Key to Time series. This time, The Stones of Blood and The Androids of Tara are put under the DWP microscope.

Welcome to a brand new series of mini-DWPs!  In Re-Cutting The Key to Time, good friend of show, Mr Stephen Elsden shares his thoughts about the stories that comprise The Key To Time season. Long term DWP listeners (yes, there are a few!) will remember Stephen from our 7th Heaven and Re-Trial of a Time Lord featurettes where he talked about watching classic episodes of Doctor Who for the very first time many years after their original transmission.

In the first episode, he talks to James about The Ribos Operation and Ian about The Pirate Planet.

And this is in addition to your regular weekly DWP – we’ll be back next week with Episode 265!

Join James and Leeson as they sit down to enjoy Colin Baker’s first full outing as Ol’ Sixey, The Twin Dilemma.  Consistently voted the worst Doctor Who story of all time, does the story get any love thrown it’s way at all?  Tune in to fine out!

Ian and Michele reach Caerdroia and the end of the fourth series of 8th Doctor and Charley Big Finish stories.

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Join Trev, Michele and Tony in the DWP Campervan as they talk about the most jolly, happy and positive Doctor Who story of all time. Hooray!

Ian and Michele continue their trek though the Eight Doctor and Charley plays from Big Finish, and reach The Last. No, not the last play, the play *called* The Last. Geddit? Good!

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Join James, Michele and Ian as they talk about Jon Pertwee’s and the third Doctor’s final story, Planet of the Spiders.  How does this story stand up compared to the other farewell stories? And just who is afraid of spiders anyway?  Along with some listener feedback and the announcement of the winner of the Tenth Planet DVD competition, what more could you ask for?

Well okay then, since you insist: Ian and Michele also review the final story in the third series of Eighth Doctor and Charley Big Finish adventures, The Twilight Kingdom.

Join Michele, Ian and Tony for malapropisms, spoons and of course, the Tetrap Rap as they take a nostaligic look back at Time and the Rani. What, you’ve never heard of the Tetrap Rap?

Ian and Michele then shunt off into the Divergent universe to review The Natural History of Fear as they approach the end of the third series of Eight Doctor and Charley plays from Big Finish.

Join us next week for the listeners choice of Regeneration stories – that might just include arachnids. Brrrr.