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An excellent podcast. Thorough analysis of the individual episodes of Doctor Who. Always entertaining and illuminating with cogent analysis of many aspects of the series. Well worth a listen for even marginal fans of the series.
greatly recommend this podcast, one of the best out there
Beware! Pro-life nonsense. Character who chooses the safety of the population of Earth over the life of an unborn space dragon is "clearly in the wrong".
I find Dom, Father Cory and Jimmy-pedia (ok, I just gave him that name, he knows everything!) utterly engaging. You end up feeling like they are your friends! more
I come to this pod cast to get information and backstory of my favorite show but it’s becoming increasingly difficult to listen to because you guys come off as homophobic and religious zealots. Being “woke” and social justice issues obviously annoy you and I sense some misogyny as well. Know your audience. If I’m wrong by all means carry on but I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one that hears this. And I get that you are Christians but to talk about religion as fact and not a personal belief that... more
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Secrets of Doctor Who launched 9 years ago and published 300 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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