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This week we drink Whitmeyers Barrel Proof and contemplate if life is really life if there is no Vicki. more
This week we switch to beer and cider because this whiskey is so bad that I don't even want to give it credit as the whiskey of the week. Then we talk about one of the weirder episodes in Doctor Who because it's only one episode long in an era where ... more
This week we're inviting you to go with us to a friend's Podcast to listen as we talk about the new Galaxy 4 Animation with the Watchers in the 4th Dimension! We're still drinking and ranking, just a little differently and with more people! more
Diana and Jenn are an absolute delight to listen to. Diana is well versed in the show, and Jenn is a newbie to Classic Who. Between them, they bring a mix of sass and intellect to their viewing, all washed down with liberal pours of whisky. Definitely worth a listen!
I have only watched a few of the newer Doctor Who episodes and had a lot of questions about certain characters, the background, etc. Tbh moment here, I have never gotten too into Doctor Who because I didn’t really get it. However, I’m interested to know more about the show so I can learn to appreciate it. This podcast is great because since it starts from episode 1, I can get a background of the whole show. Diana also does a great job describing the episodes so I get a visual of what’s going on ... more
My fiancé and I love the show. We definitely are big Dr. Who fans. He actually introduced me to the show and the Sci-fi genre. So it’s nice going on a similar journey that you both are going through. He is a huge nerd and a big whiskey drinker. He’s actually making a list of the whiskeys you go through to purchase. So thanks for that.
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Doctor Who: On The Rocks launched a year ago and published 28 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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