A weekly ‘Doctor Who’ podcast devoted to an open and positive discussion of anything and everything in the Whoniverse, spanning its nearly 60-year history.
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Love this show. Especially the Torchwood rewatches.
Love this podcast. It’s the only one I listen to where I can get a woman’s perpective! more
I enjoy these three talking. They are very knowledgeable about Doctor who and pleasant to listen. But the Tesla episode where they called scorpions bugs made me think a bit of checking was needed.
The episode Rosa make racism more real to me. I have lived a very sheltered life. As a woman I haven't dealt with much sexism & thankfully only mild cases of it. I'm white, so haven't dealt with racism directly. Seeing how ugly it can be made a visceral impact on me. It made me want to do more to make things better in this world.
A great podcast, bringing knowledge and fun, along with sensibilities for differing opinions. I’ve tried a lot of them and this is definitely one of the best!
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Doctor Who: Gallifrey Public Radio launched 10 years ago and published 44 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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