It’s another geek-out in the Campervan this week – well, you seem to like them and we can’t get enough of them either!  This week however there is an underlying theme to the otherwise unplanned banter. Do the stories told though Doctor Who have any deeper meaning than is immediately apparent? Is there an ideology being transmitted though the show? Join Tom and James and they mull this over – and get distracted several times on the way.

Ian and Michele reach the mid-point of the third season of Eight Doctor and Charley Big Finish plays and review The Creed of the Kromon.

Enjoy the show.

Join Michele, Stephen and James for the latest DWP geekout – 30 minutes of Doctor Who chatter without any planning or structure!  The five minutes of planned sanity see Michele and Ian talk about Big Finish‘s 40th Main Range release, the mighty Zagreus.

Join us next week for Part 2 of our Regenerations series when Logopolis will be put under the DWP microscope.

Enjoy the show!

Join Stephen and Leeson as they geek out over this year’s Gallifrey One convention.  Stephen (who attended) describes his experiences to Leeson (who stayed at home). Hear Leeson’s frustration gradually increase as Stephen reveals what it’s like when 3,300 Doctor Who fans from around the globe converge in a hotel, pretty much at the end of one of the runways at Los Angeles Airport.

Ian and Michele continue their trek through the early Eighth Doctor and Charley stories as they review Big Finish‘s Invaders from Mars and The Chimes of Midnight.

There  was a recording issue this episode that has resulted in Stephen’s voice sounding like a partially converted Cyberman.  Apologies for this and hopefully it won’t interfere with your listening pleasure too much!

Join Stephen, Michele and James as they geek out over the latest Doctor Who news.  And George Formby.

We also welcome Stephen Elsden back to the campervan for Part 1 of Re-Trial of a Time Lord – a new mini-series where Stephen talks about his reaction to watching Series 23 for the very first time, some thirty years after it first aired on BBC1.

As if that wasn’t enough, then Michele and Ian continue their trek through the Eighth Doctor Big Finish plays and turn their attention to Sword of Orion!

Enjoy the show.

Join James, Stephen and Ian as they get together to talk about….well, it’s a geek-out so anything’s on the cards.  It’s only natural however that the conversation heads in the direction of reviewing the 50th Anniversary year.  All three attended the Celebration at the Excel so that gets a review along with a chat about all the other celebratory events that have taken place .   In all the excitement, a lone voice dares to say; yes Doctor Who has taken over television – but has there been enough of the actual flagship show itself?  Would we have traded the Afterparty and The Science of Doctor Who for another episode of the show itself?  Hmmm.

Next week – it’s BACK!  Yes, it’s our Christmas Quiz!!

Discussing rumours of newly discovered missing episodes is a prerequisite of being a Doctor Who fan.  Where would be all be if we didn’t allow ourselves the secret hope that one day, someone will find the 106 episodes missing from the BBC archives in a box in someone’s loft or in the bowels of an overseas Broadcaster’s Headquarters?!

Well, as pretty much every fan knows, the latest sets of rumours gained some serious traction and have been bouncing around fandom for the last 18 months or so.  What does the DWP team make of them?  Yes, join Stephen, James and Leeson as they discuss what they’ve heard and allow themselves to dream……

 

 

Join James and Tom for the start of a new era of The Doctor Who Podcast!  In this episode, they unwrap and welcome a brand new, shiny, polished, optimistic new DWP host. But who is it?! Well, tune in to find out as we examine his Doctor Who fan credentials. Or check out the Hosts page if you are ultra-impatient!   The chaps also talk about the recent controversy created by a certain trailer being shown for the first – and perhaps the only time – at this year’s San Diego Comic Con.

All this and part five of Seventh Heaven, AND a review from Ian and Michele of The Sands of Life and War Against the Laan – two recent Fourth Doctor and Romana plays from Big Finish Productions.  Phew!

Join us next week as we kick off with part 1 of our second Burning Issues mini-series.

Leeson is back from warmer climes and is in the campervan alongside a decidely pale James to talk about Doctor Who.

Being a geek out, there is no script, no plan, and no idea.  The only clue we can give you about what they cover is that it has something to do with Doctor Who.

We’ve said too much – just dive in and enjoy.

This week on the Doctor Who Podcast Trevor, James, Ian and Leeson throw out the schedule, give scant regard to planning, and laugh in the face of anything close to a script.

Yes, it’s another of our internationally renowned Geek Outs!

A diverse array of topics are discussed, ranging from animation, Doctor Who trolls and Mindwarp.

Join the boys as they throw caution and common sense to the wind.

A chance for the strange inhabitants of the DWP Campervan, otherwise known as Trevor, Leeson and Ian to let their hair down and talk an even higher level of nonsense than is typical in a podcast.  Yes ladies and gentlemen, it’s time for another world famous DWP Geek Out!

Topics plucked from nowhere this episode include:

(please note not all topics listed may be in the podcast)

Ian and Michele also share with us their review of the first portions of the I Davros series from Big Finish.

No sniggering down the back there!  This is serious!  THIS. IS. PODCASTING!