With a title like The Girl Who Waited, it wasn’t hard to figure out who this episode would focus on.

Doctor Who presents us with another standalone episode, which Trevor, James and Tom share their thoughts on this week.

We also announce details of an exciting competition!

After checking the front door to make it was locked, leaving a light on and having the phone handy we settled down to watch Night Terrors, a creepy entry into the Season 6 lineup.

All three DWP hosts are in the campervan this week – Trevor, James and Tom.  Hear what they have to say about this story.

Possibly the most misleading title in the history of Doctor Who (right up there with The Doctor’s Daughter, The Doctor’s Wife and The Happiness Patrol) Let’s Kill Hitler marks the return of Doctor Who to our screens for the second time in 2011.

James and Tom review this most interesting episode.

We also draw the winner of our competition from Episode 95.

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Trevor and James are in prediction mode this episode and we take a look at the rumour, speculation and tasty titbits about the return of Doctor Who this coming weekend.

Warning to all listeners – we discuss what we have learnt about Series 6B, some is fact, some is rumour.  But if you don’t want to be spoiled then we suggest you join us next week.

Torchwood episode 5 and 6 are reviewed.

We also draw the winner of our recent Paradise Towers DVD competition.

Our second episode for this week concludes the DWPs look at our favourite Doctor Who stories from each era of the show.

This episode starts with the umbrella carrying, question mark wearing 7th Doctor Sylvester McCoy, and finishes of course with the stetson sporting, custard loving 11th Doctor, Matt Smith.

We also review the latest episode of new Torchwood, episode 4.

James and Trevor are in review mode this week as they tackle a recent box set from those bods at 2Entertain.

The Mara Tales set, comprising the stories Kinda and Snakedance from the Peter Davison era have been released in a shiny cardboard case. James has already laid his cards on the table numerous times in professing his love for these two snakey stories, but what does Trev think?

We also take time to review the first episode from the new series of Torchwood.

Also included is a bit of left over rambling from a recent recording session – all to do with some thoughts on Series 6.

We also draw the winner of one of our recent competitions.

Tom is all alone in the campervan this week so he dug into the mailbag to see what you have been sending our way regarding Series 6 Doctor Who.

And you have been very busy! Thanks so much for all your thoughts and comments.

Tom attempts to make a sizeable hole in the mountain of envelopes and emails as we listen to what our listeners thought of the second year of Matt Smith and Co.

Well, the good man has gone off to war (or has he), and has left the DWP Campervan at a sligthly loose end about just what to do for the next few months until he returns.

Luckily Chip from the Two Minute Timelord Podcast has some ideas on what we can occupy ourselves with, and in this episode he gets together with our Tom to provide some much needed analysis to what we have seen so far this year.

Join Chip and Tom for some fascinating insights and theories on just what this is all about.

Well, the time has finally come, our review of a Good Man Goes to War (aka The Only New Doctor Who You Will Be Getting For A While Thankyou Very Much)

Trevor, James and Trevor share their thoughts on this episode, which as is par for the course these days, some questions get answered and some don’t.

I almost forgot to add this bit

It is almost time for you to listen to our review of The Almost People. Almost. All you have to do is read this little show note intro to our episode. You should be able to read either all or most of it. We are now almost half way through the show notes.

Unless of course you started downloading the episode before reading the shownotes, which probably means you are almost finished.

It is too confusing. Almost baffling. Just listen to our review of The Almost People, and see if you understand it. Most of it anyway.