It is Tom and Trev’s turn this week to share their least favourite stories from the 6th Doctor through to the present Doctor.

We also have a stab at trying to pick our least favourite story from the 1st to 5th Doctor eras.

Ian and Michele also chip in with their least favourites as well.

We have already devoted episodes to our favourite Doctor Who episodes, now its time to explore the seedier side of Doctor Who as the team talks about their least favourites.

First up isJames and Michele who discuss their least favourite stories from the 1st through to the 5th Doctors.

Prepare to be amazed, outraged, surprised and disgusted!

As the title of this release suggests, quite a busy and eclectic week at the Doctor Who campervan.

First up is our look at Power of the Daleks – Reimagined, the fan film that sets to bring to life one of the classic and beloved stories from the Patrick Troughton era of Doctor Who.

We have an interview with the man who plays the Doctor, Nick Scovell, and producer/DOP/tea maker Rob Thrush.

We review Power of the Daleks – Reimagined to see how it stacks up against the story that inspired it.  Ian and Michele also had a listen to an audio recording of the original 60s story and share their thoughts.

We also have an interview with Graeme Burk, one of the two authors of a marvellous Doctor Who reference book called Who is the Doctor.

Ian and Michele are back again to round off the episode with their review of the Big Finish audio The Catalyst.

Our love affair with Tom Baker and Big Finish continues with Leeson, Trevor and James reviewing the latest batch of Fourth Doctor and Leela adventures.

Renaissance Man, Wrath of the Iceni and Energy of the Daleks are popped into the tape deck for a listen. What will the verdict be?

Plenty packed into this weeks episode for you to enjoy.

First up are two interviews, both recorded during Trevor’s trip to Toowoomba last month. The first is with David Riley, organiser for the Toowoomba Local Group of the Doctor Who Club of Australia.  Trevor talks with David about how he set up the club and the wonderful community of fans that exists in this regional area.

Next up Trevor spoke to Geoff Campbell, who has produced a replica TARDIS which sits pride of place in his front yard. Trevor talks to Geoff about the background of the project, and the challenges he faced building this replica, as well as the worldwide community of TARDIS builders that exists.

Ian and Michele review a Big Finish Companion Chronicle – Solitaire.

Trevor and James review the DVD release of the classic Doctor Who story, The Sensorites.

A packed episode for you this week withJames, Leeson and Tom reviewing two recent DVD releases from 2entertain, collectively entitled ‘The UNIT Files’ Box Set.

Two stories make up this release, the Pertwee story Invasion of the Dinosaurs and the Tom Baker story The Android Invasion.

Michele also returns to the Campervan annex and talks about her time at the Gallifrey 23 convention.

This is the concluding episode of the DWPs look at the longest serving Doctor Who producer, John Nathan-Turner.

Trevor and James take up where Tom and Leeson left off last week and talk about the work of JNT during the eras of the 6th and 7th Doctors.

Michele and Ian also provide the second half of their review of the John Nathan-Turner memoirs.

As everyone comes down off their post-Gallifrey 23 buzz, the team at The Doctor Who Podcast embarks on a mini project – over the next two episodes we will be looking at the era of John Nathan-Turner, the longest serving producer of Doctor Who, and a figure that has been the subject of equal parts derision and praise ever since he took on the role in the early 1980s.

In this episode Leeson and Tom look at how John Nathan-Turner came to take on the role of Producer, and his time on the show up to the end of the Peter Davison era.

Ian and Michele also review the first half of the JNT Memoirs, a release from Big Finish (sadly no longer available) where John Nathan-Turner shares his candid memories of his time on the show.

With the season of gift giving upon us, the DWP Campervan turns its thoughts towards Christmas, and how Doctor Who has celebrated the season across its entire run.

The DWP Team of Trevor, James and Tom welcome special guest Leeson from the Radio Rassilon podcast in discussing Doctor Who and its references to Christmas. From breaking the fourth wall in the Hartnell era to flying sharks in the Matt Smith era, its all there.

Ian and Michelle also drop by with reviews on the Big Finish entries into the yuletide spirit.

A special episode from the Doctor Who Podcast this week to share the fantastic news that has just broken.

Two episodes from classic Doctor Who have been discovered and returned by the BBC Archives.

Galaxy Four, episode 3, part of William Hartnell’s third season, has been returned along with the second episode of a Patrick Troughton story, The Underwater Menace.

Trevor and James talk about these discoveries and the background to how they were returned.