In what will be the DWPs last podcast for 2012, we go over the feedback which we have received from you regarding the 2012 Christmas special, The Snowmen.

Be warned, there are multiple kooky theories, time eddies and informed comments abound in this episode!

A big thanks from the whole DWP team for your support this year and we hope you have enjoyed the podcasts from us.  A bigger year for 2013 is planned, with more interviews, exclusives and special themed shows than ever before.  Have a great New Year and see you all in 2013, the anniversary year!

Step inside the DWP campervan for a final look back at the series 7.  Did the five episodes live up to their ‘movie of the week’ billing promulgated by Mr Moffat and his team?  Or did they fall – well, just a little bit flat?  What of the ‘standalone, no-arc’ policy?  Did it work? Was it even true?!  Will you miss the Ponds? Did they have a happy or sad farwell? Will we see them again?!  And just how much of a coincidence was it that the Statue of Liberty was exactly the right height so that her head poked menacingly above the roof-edge at Winter Quay?!

So many questions! Join Trevor (he’s back!) and James (he’s s still here) as they attempt to answer some of these, and some other, more sensible ones posed by our listeners!

Feedback always welcome – send it to feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com“>feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com.

 

The feedback has been pouring into the DWP inbox over the past few weeks, full of your comments on the first few episodes from Season 7.

In this episode, Trevor, Michele and Tom go through the feedback received.

And since they have been absent from the initial review eps, they also share their thoughts on the first three episodes.

One of the big problems putting out one of the finest Doctor Who podcasts on the planet is we also attract some of the finest Doctor Who fans on the planet, who email us with the finest feedback on the planet.

So we devote an podcast to digging deep into the email inbox and sampling some fine thoughts from you our awesome listeners.

Leeson and James have the feedbacking duties this time, and cover a wide range of topics such as least favourite stories, Dragonfire rants and much much more.

Just Trevor and James to keep you entertained this episode as we again delve into the mailbag and see what delights lay within.

We also have a chat about Barry, the star of a recent episode of Get Your House In Order, a series where experts try and declutter peoples lives and help them with their hoarding tendencies. Barry has Doctor Who stuff, a lot of Doctor Who stuff. Trevor and James talk about how successful the shows attempts were to help him with his overwhelming collection.

A very exciting day at the DWP Campervan as we announce another to our stunning line up of presenters.  I hope you will make him very welcome!

We also delve into the mail bag and read feedback about the current Doctor, Mr Matt Smith.

We had so much more feedback come in thatJames and Trevor decided to release this special episode to cover some of it.

We also manage to fit in a bit of a geek out about a few things too.

So, not sure if that makes this episode a FeedOut or a GeekBag.  You decide.

With Trevor away in Sydney for a weekend of fun and frivolity Leeson, James and Tom tear open the mailbag and delve into the emails and mp3s you have sent in to us.

Of particular focus this episode is your thoughts on what you would like to see for the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who.

James and Ian were lucky enough to spend the day at the Big Blue Box Convention, and were lucky enough to secure some excellent coverage of the event.

One of the events at the convention was a screening of Cleaning Up, written by Simon Guerrier, who is heavily involved with the Big Finish range, and directed by Thomas Guerrier.

James caught up with Simon and chatted with him about this new short film.

Also in this episode are interviews with Tom Spilsbury, current editor of Doctor Who Magazine and Stephen Elsden, organiser of the Big Blue Box Convention.

At the end of a hectic day, James and Ian had the opportunity to chat to none other than Louise Jameson, best known as playing Leela from 70s Doctor Who alongside Tom Baker.  She stars in Cleaning Up, and chatted to James about the film and her time on Doctor Who.

A big thanks to the Guerrier Brothers and Stephen Elsden for making The Doctor Who Podcast so welcome on the day and for the opportunity to secure these fantastic interviews.

Big Finish is again the subject of another exciting podcast from the DWP Towers this week as we delve into the latest McCoy threesome of releases from this most magnificent company.

Robophobia, The Doomsday Quatrain and House of Blue Fire has been obtained, listened to and disected.  Just what will Trev, Leeson and James make of them?