Join Phil, Michele and James as they pull the DWP campervan into the last layby/rest-area (delete as applicable) before the 2020 exit! What’s on the agenda? Well, a preview of the Revolution of the Daleks – but after that, who knows?! WHO KNOWS?! Anything is game in this bonus episode.

Enjoy Revolution of the Daleks on New Year’s Day – and join us for Episode 316 when we will let you know what we think of it! Don’t forget to us know what YOU think of it – feedback@thedoctowhopodcast.com, on Twitter or find us on Facebook.

Have a great New Year and enjoy the show!

Join Stephen, Michele and Ian for a special episode of the DWP as they delve into the bulging DWP mailbox and talk about what YOU think of Season 12 of Doctor Who so far! It’s always great to hear the thoughts and theories of of our wonderful listeners out there in DWP podcastland . Keep your feedback rolling in – we want to know what you think of the show, or indeed what you make of the inane bafflegab the DWP Team espouse on a weekly basis!

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

Enjoy the show.

It’s a bonus episode of the DWP! Join Brent and James for additional campervan goodness as they talk about Big Finish‘s Third Doctor Short Trip, Landbound.

We’ll be back at the end of the month with Episode 300!

Don’t forget to get in touch – feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com, on Twitter or on Facebook.

Last week Doctor Who lost one of the most happy, vibrant and friendly of fans. Paul Spragg worked for Big Finish and was intrinsic to so much of their work. Big Finish released the news on their website last week.

Michele recorded an interview with Paul at Chicago TARDIS in 2012. Join them as they discuss Paul’s career, his fondness for puns and of course his work for Big Finish.

Happy New Year everyone! And what better way is there to start the New Year off than looking back at one of 2013’s most popular and successful series of Doctor Who events?!

Lat year, the British Film Institute organised the wonderful Doctor Who at 50  – eleven monthly events, each of which celebrated a different era of the show.  At least one full story was screened at each event and then a panel was held with Doctor Who alumni from each era.  The events attracted Doctor Who stars from across the ages – from Tom Baker to David Tennant to Donald Tosh, the BFI was the place to celebrate Who in 2013.

In this episode, James talks to Justin Johnson and Dick Fiddy from the BFI – the co-curators and organisers of the Doctor Who at 50 events and discuss nearly getting Christopher Eccleston, the ticketing decisions and basically how much they love Doctor Who!

Tune in for Episode 242 in a couple of weeks’ time – be warned: it’s our predictions show!

The speculation, guesswork, teeth grinding and sleepless nights are over.  We now know who will step into Matt Smith’s shoes at the end of the year.

Peter Capaldi, best known from the BBC comedy series The Thick of It, director of a Academy Awards nominated short film, winner of a BAFTA and two British comedy awards, has been announced as the 12th Doctor.

Join James, Tom and Stephen as they discuss the reaction to the announcement broadcast on BBC television (and indeed worldwide!).

On Saturday 1st June, the BBC annouced that Matt Smith is to leave the role of The Doctor in the 2013 Christmas Special.  So after three and half years, we have but two episodes of Doctor Who featuring Matt Smith left.  Join us in the campervan for this special edition of the DWP as Trevor and James assimilate, cogitate and digest the information.

Feedback always welcome: send it to us at feedback@thedoctorwhopodcast.com.

 

In a very special episode of the Doctor Who Podcast, it’s time to take you back to where it all began.

In 2009, two men had a dream, create an episode of the DWO WhoCast in which everything was made up, not a single thing was true.

They even created a special day on the calendar to release this episode – April 1.

The rest, as they say, is history, legend. Stories passed down through the generations about the episode of the DWO WhoCast, reviewing the mystical episode The Spume of Destiny.

Missing, believed wiped for many years, this episode of the DWO WhoCast has been returned to the archives and can now be presented again to be enjoyed by a new generation of fans.

Our thanks go to Seb over at Doctor Who Online for facilitating the return of this episode.

James talks to Stephen Elsden, the Commander-in-Chief of the Big Blue Box Convention that re-materialises in Tunbridge Wells on Saturday 16 March 2013.

The popular one day convention for fans of Doctor Who rematerialises at Trinity Theatre to mark the 50th anniversary of everyone’s favourite time traveller.

The event will include panel discussions with audience Q&As, a live debate, charity auction, special screenings, signings and stalls.

Guests (subject to work commitments) include LouiseJameson (Leela), Sarah Sutton (Nyssa), Simon Fisher-Becker (Dorium Maldovar) and from inside the Daleks, operators Cy Town and Nicholas Pegg. They’ll be joined by writers and commentators including Simon Guerrier, Gary Russell, Nigel Fairs, Richard Bignell, Will Howells and Jonathan Morris, along with Doctor Who composer Mark Ayres and audio actor and comedian Michael Fenton-Stevens.

The day will conclude with a special performance of Toby Hadoke’s sell out Edinburgh show, My Stepson Stole my Sonic Screwdriver.

Tickets are available online from the Trinity Theatre website or by phoning 01892 678678.

All proceeds from this event will go to Compaid, a local charity supporting disabled people

Join James and Leeson and they bring you a special edition of the Doctor Who Podcast.  The chaps are joined by the charismatic organiser of the already iconic Whooverville conventions, Mr Stephen Hatcher.  Whooverville has established itself as laid back, intimate event on the convention circuit, mainly by holding its first two events in a railway shed in darkest Derbyshire.  Now in its fourth year, Whooverville has moved to a new, gleaming, shiny venue in central Derby. James, Leeson and Steve chat about Whooverville’s past and look forward to the next event, Whooverville 4, being held on 1st September 2012 where attendees will be joined by Peter Purves, Terry Malloy, Richard Franklin, Donald Gee for a day of geekiness.

Also, Steve announces a thus-far unannounced guest Whooverville 4 guest exclusively on this very DWP – and frankly, this new guest makes the event an even more exciting prospect!  Tune in to find out just who is coming to Whooverville…..!!

Check out Whooverville 4’s facebook page where you can keep abreast with current developments, find out information about tickets, the venue and even say how excited you are about it!