Van Goch. Van Go. Vun Goc. Do we have a consensus yet?

With Trevor taking a well earned break this week it is left to Tom and James to discuss the latest Doctor Who episode, Vincent and the Doctor. Luke from theMinute Doctor Who Podcast joins the dynamic duo in their review of this story.

In other news, The Doctor Who Podcast is also happy to announce the upcoming release of a fantastic new book from the bods atMad Norwegian Press.

Running Through Corridors is a three volume series by Rob Shearman and Toby Hadoke. Rob and Toby spent 2009 watching Doctor Who, two episodes a day, every day. Every episode from Ian Chesterton’s wonderment at the TARDIS in 1963 all the way through to David Tennant’s swan song on New Years Day 2010. Running Through Corridors is a journal of that experience.

Volume 1 of this series is being released in December 2010. The DWP will be featuring interviews with Rob and Toby as well as reviews of the book over the coming months. We will also have copies to give away of this exciting new book.

Our thanks go to Lars at Mad Norweign Press for giving us the opportunity to be involved with the launch of this series of books. Check out theirwebsite for a shed-load more titles that are guaranteed to impress, educate and entertain.

Brings new meaning to “get out from under my feet”

Marty from theBox Room Podcast has as his special guest in the Doctor Who Podcast Campervan this episode Trevor from The Doctor Who Podcast.

Confused? We certainly were!

Marty, whose dulcet tones once graced the DWO WhoCast. Marty, who can be heard each and every episode telling our listeners where to send their feedback, and where the website is. He triumphantly returns for this fan reaction episode to the episode Cold Blood

The ahem…. Three Who Rock are back in the campervan for this podcast to review the episode Cold Blood.

Also stick around at the end of the episode for the announcement of a brand new competition, a competition unlike any other unleashed on a Doctor Who podcast before!

I am suddenly in the mood for a steak sandwich…

It is our great pleasure to have Robert from the Doctor Who Review Today podcast in the campervan to discuss the fan reaction to The Hungry Earth.

We play your feedback, as well as a special plea from our good friend Michael at the Tin Dog Podcast.

Hungry!… oh dear, that brings back some painful memories…

Tom and Trevor put their feet up on the Campervan china hutch and discuss their thoughts on The Hungry Earth, which sees the return of the Silurians to our screens after an absence of 26 years.

Doctor Who is fabulous

A couple of weeks ago Tom got a day pass from the DWP campervan and went on a bit of a field trip. He visited beautiful downtown Manchester to take part in the Fab Cafe event being held there.

Fab Cafe is a wonderful little bar/convention location which occasionally plays host to guests from the world of Doctor Who. Tom was lucky enough to speak to a few of the guests, and it is our pleasure to present some of these interviews in this episode of the DWP.

First up is Rob Shearman, most notably the writer of the episode that brought the Eccleston Doctor face to face with the Daleks. He has also written for Big Finish and recorded audio commentaries for the official DVD box set releases.

Tom also spoke to Charlie Ross, who has provided many extraordinary character voices for the Big Finish range.

Tom, James and Trevor are in the caravan (all at the same time!) to review the latest episode, Amy’s Choice.

This is an episode not to miss, as it turned out to be a very lively and entertaining conversation about this most interesting of episodes.

The fan reaction to Vampires in Venice is on our mind this episode, and joining us in the DWP Caravan is Simon from theWaffle on Podcast.

Simon, James and Trevor look over what the you thought of the episode.

We also play the feedback from the DWP listeners and their thoughts on this episode.

They aren’t all evil, you know

Big Finish recently released a fantastic trilogy of audio dramas, loosely called the Klein Trilogy. They all share a common character, Klein, a Nazi officer, who was first introduced in the Seventh Doctor audio, Colditz, released in 2001.

The character is back for this trilogy, and the Doctor Who Podcast has a look at these releases – A Thousand Tiny Wings, Survival of the Fittest and The Architects of History.

James provides some background to the Klein character and reviews Klein’s first story, Colditz, whilst Tom and Trevor talk about the recent trilogy. Trevor also had the chance to chat with John Ainsworth and Alex Mallison, two of the creatives involved with this trilogy.