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On the ninety-ninth edition of Reality Bomb, Ncuti Gatwa is the Doctor and Graeme Burk talks to Dominic G. Martin and Sage Young about what Ncuti might bring to the role and what to expect about future Doctor Who. Joy Piedmont chats with Mikey Willia... more
On the ninety-eighth edition of Reality Bomb, Graeme Burk hoists the mainsails to talk to Priya Deonarain, Katy Beth Schmid and Sarah Murphy about pirates, Sea Devils, history, Thasmin and what worked (and didn't) about The Legend of the Sea Devils. ... more
On the ninety-seventh edition of Reality Bomb, we're going somewhere we've never gone before as a podcast... a discussion about bringing back classic monsters as Graeme Burk talks to Stacey Smith? and Priya Deonarain about whether, when and how to br... more
Endlessly creative and entertaining. For being a podcast, RB does such an admirable job of putting a face to Doctor Who fandom.
The hosts are very much apologists for the show. No matter how disappointing the payoff, how confusing the story line, or how poorly thought out the writing is, they simply excuse it as “bold” or “daring.” Just like every other Doctor Who podcast out there.
For such tired and unreflective insights.
Host is very woke and always right.
Every episode of this podcast is filled with love, heart, and inclusiveness of thought. Thank you, Reality Bomb Podcast.
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Reality Bomb launched 9 years ago and published 100 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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