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.

With the season of gift giving upon us, the DWP Campervan turns its thoughts towards Christmas, and how Doctor Who has celebrated the season across its entire run.

The DWP Team of Trevor, James and Tom welcome special guest Leeson from the Radio Rassilon podcast in discussing Doctor Who and its references to Christmas. From breaking the fourth wall in the Hartnell era to flying sharks in the Matt Smith era, its all there.

Ian and Michelle also drop by with reviews on the Big Finish entries into the yuletide spirit.

The Cybermen, classic monsters who terrorised the Doctor during the run of the original series, returned for the new series rejuvenated, revitalised and reinvented for a modern audience.

The DWP Campervan plays host to the metal meanies this episode with Trevor, Tom and James discussing the rebirth of the Cybermen in the new series of Doctor Who.

Ian and Michelle also review a Cybermen story from the Big Finish range.

What self respecting podcast doesn’t release an episode on November 23rd?

Certainly not The Doctor Who Podcast!

In this episode we have a chat about the rumours surrounding the Doctor Who movie. The Doctor Who convention in March 2012 comes under our piercing DWP gaze.

We draw the Simon Guerrier competition which we started in episode #108.

The Ark has recently been released on DVD, and Trevor and James take a look at what it has to offer.

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!

Season 6 is over, the Doctor lives and Amy and Rory are reunited with their daughter and live happily ever after.  What now?

We have received a lot of feedback for the last few stories of Series 6 which we just haven’t had the chance to play on the show. In this episode we attempt to rectify that.

We present to you a double length episode with feedback, spirited discussions, arguments, outlandish theories, explanations and a whole lot of laughter.

The Doctor Who Podcast – the podcast with the best set of teeth

They say good things come to those who wait, and we thank you for waiting patiently for this latest episode of what is simply the finest Doctor Who podcast in existence.

In this episode all three hosts review the season finale – The Wedding of River Song.

We also have a bit of a chat about the recent axing of Doctor Who Confidential.

Get your feedback about Series 6 in now, we want to know what you thought of it!

Closing Time brings us to the penultimate episode for Seres 6 of Doctor Who, and it falls to Trevor and Tom to discuss and share their thoughts on this story.

Not content with talking about the episode, they ended up talking about all manner of things other than the story itself!

Rest assured there are no spoilers for non-screened episodes, so please enjoy!

WithJames and Tom abandoning Trevor this week some extra special help was called upon to review The God Complex.

Chip from the Two Minute Timelord podcast answered the call to action and joins Trevor in the campervan for the review.

We also play your feedback from the last couple of stories.