Join us for another episode of the famous DWP where we endeavor to review The Mummy on the Orient Express AND produce show notes that are EXACTLY 66 words long.

That’s the extra effort we go to for you, our dear listeners.

Join Stephen, Trevor, Ian and Michele as they foxtrot their way through menacing mummies, cranky companions, terrifying train journeys and a monologue from Leeson Fischer.

 

What?! You thought we’d concluded our Re-Cutting mini-series? Well, to be honest, so did we! But we received a fantastic piece of feedback from our friend Martin Spallacey which we just couldn’t ignore! Thanks Martin for wrapping up the series so nicely.

And in any case, how could we resist the chance to play Leeson’s fantastic theme tune just one more time? Well, okay. Twice more. The beginning and the end. Yes.

Enjoy the show.

Step into the Campervan and join James, Stephen, Ian and Tony as they discuss the first in a series of shows focussing on the regeneration stories.  Starting at the beginning, they discuss the merits of The Tenth Planet;  the Cybermen’s first story and William Hartnell’s last.

In the annex, Ian and Michele finally reach the finale of the second series of Eighth Doctor and Charley Big Finish stories, Neverland.

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Another era of our favourite show comes to an end – Matt Smith takes his final bow and morphs into the erratic kidney loving Peter Capaldi.

Time of the Doctor gives us our final glimpse of Matt Smith as the Doctor, and it is down to Stephen and Trevor to provide their thoughts on the story – but James manages to get his thoughts in too!

Get your feedback in on this story and indeed on the whole of the Matt Smith era to feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com.

With Day of the Doctor having aired over a week ago, it’s time to find out what our listeners thought of the Anniversary episode.  Join James, Stephen, Michele and Tony as they read, listen and argue about the points of view you’ve send in!

 

Hot on the heels of last episode’s instant review of the Day of the Doctor, the DWP presenters retreat to the relative safety of the DWP Campervan to have a more measured, thoughtful, insightful discussion on the 50th Anniversary story.

Join the hosts of your favourite Doctor Who podcast as they discuss in more detail their reactions to The Day of the Doctor!

How about that then?! THE DAY HAS BEEN SAVED! James, Michele, Tony and Laura were at the British Film Institute this evening to see Day of the Doctor along with fellow fans as it aired around the globe. This is their instant reaction, recorded not more than ten minutes after the final credits had rolled.  Tune in to find out what they thought about it! NOW!!!

Join us later in the week for Part 2 of our review when Tom and Leeson share what they thought too. We’d also love to hear what you thought – send in your feedback to us as feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com. Audio feedback under two minutes stands a better chance of making onto a future DWP.

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Wow.  Who saw THAT coming?! Paul McGann BACK as The Doctor on our telly boxes!  But what did the DWP team make of it?! Join James, Tom and Stephen as they attempt to regulate their breathing so they can articulate their reactions to seven minutes of television no-one thought would ever exist….

Inevitably, discussion turns to Day of the Doctor – but don’t worry, it’s all spoiler-free. Mainly because we don’t know anything about the story!

Also, Ian and his son Alex pop into the Campervan to talk about Professor Brian Cox‘s  latest project, The Science of Doctor Who that screened on BBC2 the same day that Night of the Doctor was released.  What a week!

Join us Thursday – yes, Thursday – at 10.30pm GMT when Episode 236 will be online – a review Mark Gatiss’ An Adventure in Space and Time.

 

Tom and Michele return to the Campervan and waste no time at all in dissecting the trailer for the 50th Anniversary episode, The Day of the Doctor that was released last week.

They then talk about the recent Big Finish sixth Doctor and Mel trilogy, The Wrong Doctors, Spaceport Fear and The Seeds of War.  Whilst the DWP team are geeking out about this sometime controversial TARDIS team, Ian pops in to chat about the Mechanoids sole Big Finish outing, The Juggernauts.

Tune in next week to hear the verdict on what has been arguably Big Finish’s most anticipated release EVER – the 50th anniversary special featuring Doctors 1 to 8 – The Light at the End!