Yes, it’s here. It’s our spoiler special preview of Series Eight! In case you didn’t get it from the title, this episode does not hold back in discussing all the recent chatter doing the rounds on the interweb. Rumours, conjecture and no fewer than three Kooky Theories of the Week make up this week’s DWP. That said, Leeson and James don’t really know much anyway so how spoilery this episode is is arguable anyway! Just to set the boundaries up front – neither Leeson or James have read the leaked scripts or watched the partially complete episodes.

Spoilerphobes of any dispostion are safe up until the very clear warning.

We’ll be back as quickly as we can be after Deep Breath airs on Saturday.

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All manner of Doctors are discussed on this weeks edition of The Doctor Who Podcast.

Tom, Leeson and Michele talk Capaldi, Tennant, Smith, Troughton, Baker.  I am sure even Trevor Martin gets mentioned, at least once.

Quite a packed little episode topped off by a review from Ian and Michele of Big Finish‘s Fourth Doctor and Leela story, The Crooked Man.


Join James and Trev as they travel back to 1985 and talk Daleks. Revelation of the Daleks to be precise. But before they make the short-hop to Necros, they discuss last week’s announcement that Deep Breath will screen in cinemas across the globe, talk about Big Finish adapting some of Virgin’s Missing and New Adventures books and head into the annex where Ian and Michele wax lyrical about Big Finish’s Eight Doctor and Charley play, Scaredy Cat.

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The DWP turns its collective eye towards the news of the upcoming Series 8.

There is talk of spoilers.  There is talk of leaked scripts.  There is talk of trailers.  In fact, there is quite a lot of talk.  Not unusual for a podcast mind, but… my word there is a lot of talk in this episode.

Even with all that talk, listeners can rest assured that they will remain undamaged (even if their ear drums do not) from any spoilers for the new series.  We keep you spoiler free because we care.

And also because we don’t know anything.

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Join Leeson, Ian and Michele as they travel back in time to Christmas last year, when the second of the two highly anticpated 2013 Matt Smith episodes aired for the first time.  Has the relatively short period since broadcast had an impact on the Campervan’s occupants opinion of the story? Has the seven months been kind to it?!  Find out in the final instalment of our Regenerations Series!

Ian and Michele also dive into a new Big Finish range, the third series of the Fourth Doctor plays.  This time around, The King of Sontar is put under the microscope.

Join James, Stephen, Tom and very special guest Kyle Anderson as they convene to discuss the much maligned tenth Doctor swan-song, The End of Time. This story has is supporters – it finished 82nd in the recent poll by Doctor Who Magazine – higher than A Christmas Carol, higher than The Snowmen and (criminally) higher than The Twin Dilemma; but do this week’s campervan occupants rate it?!

If you like sane, sensible and measured anaysis rather than our usual ramblings, Kyle regularly contributes to The Nerdist, usually about Doctor Who but he does dare to go off topic on occasion. He is also a co-host on both the Doctor Who: The Writers Room and WTF Are You Watching?! podcasts – go check out his stuff!

Join us next week when we get all Christmassy again (yes, in July) as we take on Time of the Doctor in our penultimate Regenerations review.

Join Leeson and James and they take a look at the first new series non-Doctor regeneration story, Utopia.  Just how wonderful was Derek Jacobi?!  Masterful.  They also go through the tail end of the questions that you wonderful listeners have sent in for us to answer.  And the mystery of where Leeson comes from is cleared up once and for all.

Ian and Michele are back as they review the last Big Finish Eighth Doctor and Charley play set in the Divergent Universe, The Next Life.

Join us next week for the next in our Regenerations series – it has the word ‘Time’ in it. And ‘of’. Hmmm.

Join Michele, James and Luke from The Minute Doctor Who Podcast for Part Five of our Regenerations series, our first from the modern era, Bad Wolf and Parting of the Ways.

Ian also pops in to join Michele to discuss the first in the fourth series of Eighth Doctor and Charley Big Finish plays, Faith Stealer.

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Amy Pond and Clara Oswin Oswald.  Which character has the more interesting journey? Who is more interesting to watch on screen?  Which actor delivers the most convincing performance?!  Join Stephen, Michele, James and Leeson as they talk about two of the Doctor’s most recent companions.

 Ian and Michele also take time out to discuss the latest Eighth Doctor and Charley play in their marathon listen – and review Big Finish’s Time of the Daleks.

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Is there a character from from one story, or perhaps just one episode of Doctor Who that you find particularly memorable?  Or is there anyone that you felt gave such good performance that they had you wishing them through the doors of the TARDIS?  Have you been disappointed at having to say goodbye to a Companion That Never Was?!  The history of televised Doctor Who is littered with fantastic performances from members of supporting cast.  Join James, Ian, Michele and Tony as they put forward their candidates of who they believe would have made a fantastic companion to the Doctor.