Category Archives: Doctor Who Podcasts
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The Grumpcasters conclude their discussion about the Omnirumour and reasons to be optimistic about our prospects for the return of more missing Doctor Who. Servo also froths about Australia, Richard is oddly pink and Eric can’t stop saying verisimilitude when … Continue reading
Eric’s having bad dreams again, but Mike and Richard are on hand to distract him by chatting about the history of Missing Episodes. The Grumpcasters then tackle the Omnirumour and the prospects of getting more material back from Mr Morris, … Continue reading
Despite the original episode 3 being stolen to order, Eric, Servo and Richard re-record and review the entire Moffat era in a distinctly low brow and shallow way. They’re even nice about bits of it… bits.
After a failed interview with the super special guest, Eric, Richard and Servo play Parse the Parcel, take a look at The Enemy of the World Special Edition and have a few titters along the way.
Eric and Servo take an often cheesed-off look at TUAT (however that’s pronounced), the politics of Moffat, the next Doctor, collecting the Target books and upcoming releases then take a deep dive into the dreaded Omnirumour… and all in under … Continue reading
The Pubcast lads are back with more podcasting goodness. This month they take a break from being nice about everything and having a bit of a moan. Simon delivers his latest omni-rumour rundown, the lads discuss New Earth, City of … Continue reading
This month Simon, Gem and Nick return with more omni-rumour gossip in the latest Doctor Who Pubcast. This month we have Simon’s omni-rumour rundown and reviews of The Doctor’s Wife and Timelash – and this months random topic isn’t as … Continue reading
Simon, Gem and Nick return with more Podcasting goodness. This peerless instalment features “Simon’s Omnirumour Rundown”, the gang discuss the Matt Smith era, review The Web of Fear and finally if you thought last month’s random topic was random – … Continue reading
Bill Evenson, Robert Franks and Greg Bakun are the life-long Doctor Who fans behind a podcast calling itself The Others. The Others review DVD releases, share their insights into the ongoing missing episodes omni-rumour saga, their thoughts on new episodes … Continue reading
This month the Pubcast duo become a trio as Producer Gem joins Simon and Nick as they talk their way through the worlds of Doctor Who. This Months they discuss The Time of the Doctor, The Enemy of the World … Continue reading
Check out the first installment of The Diddly Dum Podcast which launched this month. The blog, says: Welcome to the blog of The Diddly Dum Podcast. A project by three Doctor Who fans who, having listened to many of the other … Continue reading
It’s a Happy New Year from Nick and Simon who are back with their first pubcast of 2014. This month the lads discuss The Day of the Doctor, The Night of the Doctor, The Brain of Morbius and the origins … Continue reading
It’s December and the sherry and mince pies are in abundance. Simon and Nick return with this festive edition of the Pubcast. Due to all the eggnog they have an even harder time keeping on topic this episode but there … Continue reading
It’s November and for Nick and Simon it’s all about Doctor Who’s 50th Anniversary as they return with another Doctor Who Pubcast. After the announcement of the recovery of The Web of Fear and The Enemy of the World episodes … Continue reading
The Pubcast boys are back with a special podcast recorded at the Whooverville 5 event on 31st August this year, featuring the best bits of their interviews with Anneke Wills, Graeme Harper, Prentis Hancock, and Kevin Jon Davies. Anneke Wills … Continue reading
In 42 to Doomsday #5, Mark and Rob share their thoughts on the 50th Anniversary TV extravaganza, the 2005 series starring Christopher Eccleston – and respond to their very first listener email and tweets! LISTEN HERE
The 42 to Doomsday boys are back with two new podcasts! In the second installment they discuss the missing episodes omni-rumour and in the third share their thoughts on Richard Marson’s book The Life and Scandalous Times of John Nathan-Turner. #2 … Continue reading