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!

Welcome to another week of THE Doctor Who Podcast, quite simply the finest Doctor Who podcast around and frankly you should feel honoured and humbled as this episode downloads its way to you!

A very intimate affair this week, with Trevor and Ian together in the Campervan, having a bit of a geek out. The hoary subject of Doctor Who canon is the main subject of the day, and the chaps discuss its relevance or otherwise to Doctor Who.

Make sure you have your downloading devices at the ready next week as we begin our lead-up to our 150th episode, with a very special series of releases from The Doctor Who Podcast.

Trev, James, Tom and Leeson have a bit of a geekout this week about the effect of social media on Doctor Who, and the way we consume our favourite show.

With the explosion over the last decade of sites like Facebook and Twitter, the way Doctor Who fans get their news and talk about the show has changed dramatically.

With this change many benefits have occurred, but also there is a downside.

The boys discuss this issue and try and get to the bottom of the question “Is social media good for Doctor Who?”

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.

Trevor, James and Tom congregate in the DWP campervan and discuss the vexing question of – Is Moffat delivering?

Two years of Doctor Who under the reign of Steven Moffat has brought us some of the most interesting stories in modern Doctor Who.

With that under his belt and the 50th anniversary season looming, the boys take a look at his time to answer this ultimate question.

This week was to have been our episode on the delightful Elisabeth Sladen, but unfortunately real life got in the way and James could not join us. We really wanted to do Lis justice and have all three of us in the campervan so we will postpone that episode for a very short while.

So, in the meantime, with a lack of anything to say about one of Doctor Who’s favourite companions, Trev and Tom settle back and have a geek out.

A what a wide ranging discussion it is – Voyage of the Damned, stunt casting, numeracy, Australian accents, accountancy and a whole lot of laughter.

Also the announcement of our competition just in time for Christmas.

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!