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?

You are most welcome to the latest episode of the Doctor Who Podcast.

Within this jam-packed podcast you will find an interview with writer Nev Fountain, he of Big Finish, Dead Ringers and Mervyn Stone Mysteries fame.  Trevor had a chat with him about all things comedy, Doctor Who and sofas.

Michele and Ian review the Big Finish Companion Chronicle, Peri and the Piscon Paradox.

We read through your feedback for the 2011 Christmas special.

All this, and a major announcement that will shake the DWP to its very foundations.  A little.

The DWP like nothing better than a good ‘ole geek out – a chance to let our hair down, sit back with a warm, or indeed cold beverage, and talk about whatever pops into our heads.

And that is exactly what we do in this episode. Unburdened by the shackles of BBC programming, Trevor and Tom geek out about a whole manner of things, far too lengthy to list here.

We also play an interview that ourJames had with writer Tom McRae, writer of the two part Cybermen story Rise of the Cybermen and Age of Steel. He also wrote The Girl Who Waited from this current season.

A truly bursting at the seams episode for your enjoyment!

Season 6 is over, the Doctor lives and Amy and Rory are reunited with their daughter and live happily ever after.  What now?

We have received a lot of feedback for the last few stories of Series 6 which we just haven’t had the chance to play on the show. In this episode we attempt to rectify that.

We present to you a double length episode with feedback, spirited discussions, arguments, outlandish theories, explanations and a whole lot of laughter.

The Doctor Who Podcast – the podcast with the best set of teeth

WithJames and Tom abandoning Trevor this week some extra special help was called upon to review The God Complex.

Chip from the Two Minute Timelord podcast answered the call to action and joins Trevor in the campervan for the review.

We also play your feedback from the last couple of stories.

After checking the front door to make it was locked, leaving a light on and having the phone handy we settled down to watch Night Terrors, a creepy entry into the Season 6 lineup.

All three DWP hosts are in the campervan this week – Trevor, James and Tom.  Hear what they have to say about this story.

Possibly the most misleading title in the history of Doctor Who (right up there with The Doctor’s Daughter, The Doctor’s Wife and The Happiness Patrol) Let’s Kill Hitler marks the return of Doctor Who to our screens for the second time in 2011.

James and Tom review this most interesting episode.

We also draw the winner of our competition from Episode 95.

Your feedback, as always, is welcome.  Send it through to feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com“>feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com.