Michele and James are back to bring you the latest episode of the DWP. They are joined early on by Drew and Ian for the latest installment of Nine Lives which has reached Episode 9 of Series 1, Boom Town.

Michele then goes through her list of Doctor Who media that she has been reading, watching and listening to – James joins her in discussing The Gunfighters, Twice Upon a Time followed by the rather wonder Shooting Scripts book that complements both the 2005 Series and our Nine Lives saga alike. And of course, what podcast would be complete without a quick round up on the latest following the (not so recent) news that Jodie Whittaker and Chris Chibnall will leaving Doctor Who next year?!

As always, we’d love to hear from you. Send in your thoughts and feedback (audio or written) on anything Who or DWP related and we’ll discuss on an upcoming episode. Email us at feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com, get in touch on Twitter or search for us on Facebook.

Enjoy the show.

Hot on the heels of Eighth Wonder earlier this month, Drew, James, Ian, Michele and Phil get together for another excursion in the DWP Campervan. Poor Brent is still convalescing after spending a week discussing retro-genitor particles! (The 25% discount off Dark Eyes 1 is still valid, but only until the end of April 2021!)

Firstly, James and Drew catch up and discuss Season Eight on blu-ray (or at least the parts James has seen to date), the lack of Daleks in Dalek Universe 1 and generally, how brilliant a job Big Finish are doing at keeping companions from the sixties-era alive in brand new stories.

Phil then joins Ian for the latest installment of Nine Lives where The Empty Child and The Doctor Dances are put under the microscope.

Last but not least, Michele speaks to James and Ian about a multi-Doctor story that brings the First and Second Doctors together in Daughter of the Gods.

All that plus – Drew and James critically analyse contributions to the world of singing……from John Barrowman and William Shatner. Oh dear.

As always, we’d love to hear from you! Send in your thoughts and feedback (audio or written) on anything Who or DWP related and we’ll discuss on an upcoming episode. Email us at feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com, get in touch on Twitter or search for us on Facebook.

We’ll be back with Episode 322 at the end of May! Enjoy the show.

Join Ian, James and Phil for their hot-take on this years’ festive edition of Doctor Who, Revolution of the Daleks!

Send in your thoughts and feedback (audio or written) and we’ll discuss on the next edition of the DWP when the US Campervan Team give you their take on the episode. Send your thoughts to us at feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com, on Twitter or search for us on Facebook.

Enjoy the show!

Join Drew, Phil and Ian for a yet another special midweek episode of The Doctor Who Podcast! Yay!! Said James as he just loves editing!!

Can you Hear Me? really hit a note with fandom – or perhaps several different notes. In a breakaway from our usual format, Ian, Phil and Drew have each recorded an audio essays explaining what they thought of the episode and how it impacted them.

Email us at feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com, reach us on Twitter or find us over on our Facebook page.

We’ll be back after Episode 8 airs to talk about The Haunting of Villa Diodati!

Happy New Year to all our wonderful listeners! Yes, we’re back from our Christmas break and headlong into some Big Finish plays.  Join Trevor and Michele as they review the second Sixth Doctor and Flip trilogy from Big Finish, specifically Antidote to Oblivion by Philip Martin, The Brood of Eyrs by Andrew Smith and Scavenger by William Gallagher.

If that wasn’t enough, Ian also drops by to join Michele for the last in our series of reviews of Eighth Doctor, Charley and C’rizz plays, Memory Lane, Absolution and The Girl Who Never Was.

We’ll be back next week with our traditional New Year predictions episode.

Enjoy the show!

Sadly Trevor, Ian and Leeson weren’t around to record their thoughts for our main review episode – but that hasn’t stopped them! All three have recorded a short piece on this year’s finale for your entertainment/frustration (delete as applicable).  Leeson is up first followed by Trev at 07:30 and then finally Ian at 17:00.

We’ll be back next week with Episode 285 with our usual end of series wrap-up.  After that, it’s another feedback episode! We already have lots of audio feedback to share but we’re happy to do a longer than usual podcast to get your thoughts in. So please keep your feedback coming in – under two minutes and in the audio format of your choice.  feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com is the address to send it to!

Enjoy the show.

Join Michele, Tom and Trevor in the campervan this week as they pull apart the latest episode of Doctor Who, Dark Water.

Also, a very special competition for our UofK listeners!  Probably the biggest competition in DWP, nay Doctor Who history!  Listen to the episode for more details!

Welcome (again) to Episode 280 –  the redux…!

Regular listeners will no doubt have already listened to Trevor and Stephen forensically dissecting last week’s episode of Doctor Who, Flatline, but what you may not know, is that there was a third presenter was there in the campervan with them that day, desperately trying to be heard.

Leeson had been setting up the equipment prior to recording when he accidentally reversed the polarity of Trev’s swivel chair, resulting in him being miniaturized.

Unable to be heard in his new tiny state, Leeson kept his microphone switched on, and from the confines of Trevor’s rucksack, continued to join in the conversation despite not being heard by either Trev or Stephen.

This ladies and gentlemen, is DWP 280, the redux. Using the fragments of audio recorded by Leeson, and the unedited rushes from DWP 280, we have recreated the episode as it could have been.

This was not a fixed point in time, so no timelines were harmed in the creation of this special DWP episode.

Enjoy, dear listeners.

Join Trevor and Stephen as they somehow, manage to get multiple references to a certain Alzarian into their review of this week’s episode of Doctor Who, Flatline. James also turn up in his own spacio-temporal time bubble with his views on this episode.

Enjoy the show.