A quick glance at the Wikipedia entry for Joe Lidster will show that he knows his Doctor Who and related spinoffs.
He has written for Big Finish, Torchwood and Sarah Jane Adventures, as well as the Bernice Summerfield ranges. When he isn’t writing for them he is producing short stories on, you guessed it, Doctor Who.
This incredibly talented and busy man sat down with ourJames recently to talk all things Doctor Who.
I am sure you will find this a fascinating interview.
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.
In response to requests from many of our listeners the DWP presents the first part of our two-part nostalgia trip through the DWP hosts favourite Doctor Who stories.
Trevor, Tom and James will sort through each era of Doctor Who and pick out some of their personal favourites.
This episode we cover the first six Doctors. Watch out later in the week for the conclusion to our stroll down memory lane.
We also review the next episode of Torchwood, episode 3 of the current season.
Featured in this episode is a great song called “The Mind of Evil” from Billy Davies aka The White Robot, an awesome DWP listener in New York.
On the review front for this episode Trevor and James look at two classic era DVD releases from 2Entertain – The Awakening and Frontios. These oft neglected stories from Peter Davison’s final season as the Doctor have been given the DVD treatment and are ready to be appreciated by a whole new generation of fans.
We also take a look at the second episode from the new series of Torchwood, Miracle Day – Rendition.
Also in the show this week are some nice bits of audio feedback we have received recently. Keep them coming, we love it.
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.
Yes, stuff has happened in the Doctor Who world that doesn’t involve Matt Smith!
We have ignored the news over the past few months or so whilst we concentrated on Season 5, so we rectify that with this episode.
We bring you all the news thats fit to print, from the worlds of Sarah Jane Smith, Torchwood, Big Finish and a little show called Doctor Who.