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Having made a series of hot take episodes on Series 10 of Doctor Who back in 2017, tonight we revist Peter Capaldi's final season in an ultimate cold take! What felt like "a few years ago" is actually a lot longer than we actually thought! more
Star Wars Episode I - The Phantom Menace is 25 years old later this year and tonight, The Doctor Who Show team examines it in what must rate as one of the coldest of cold takes ever committed to a digital recording. more
In today’s episode we look at the top stories that have a good opening episode, but then go downhill from there. Which would YOU pick for your top five? Why not let us know? more
Easily the best Doctor Who podcast out there. Informative, detailed and varied shows which are perfectly timed - never too long, never too short. Differences of opinions are respected even if disagreed with (just like the good old days!). Rob and Dave - splendid chaps (both of them!)
What a treat! Two fans discussing the shows they love; it sounds simple, but very few podcasts have such engaging, knowledgeable presenters. Long may they continue.
My top podcast of all the Doctor Who ones I listen to. Rob and Dave are charming, laidback and good humoured hosts. They have insightful discussions, great debates and they never take themselves or Doctor Who too seriously. Keep up the good work guys, your episodes are always the highlight of my week!
Loving this podcast. Like the best criticism it manages to be as entertaining as the show it’s discussing - and sometimes (when it comes to the JNT era) considerably more so. It has also opened my eyes to the pleasures of the Hartnell era. Long may it continue.
I'd actually stopped watching Dr Who, I'll be honest, when Capaldi left and they cast a woman. Tar and feather me, I don't care. To quote Padme in Revenge of the Sith "you're going down a path that I can't follow." But, not wantng to be a miserable Tony Abbot or Kevin Rudd style ghost I left the fandom quite happy to move on with my life and leave those still interested to enjoy their show. And that was that until, about 3 years later "The Timeless Child" crash landed. I was seeing outrage from... more
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The Doctor Who Show launched 8 years ago and published 250 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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