152 episodes

Podcast reviewing televised Doctor Who stories

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    • 4.8 • 66 Ratings

Podcast reviewing televised Doctor Who stories

    141: The Keeper of Traken

    141: The Keeper of Traken

    We return to Who with a tale of secret enemies, ostentatious acting and stentorian asides.

    Will the Keeper ever escape his shower cubicle?
    Will aubergines ever replace Rice Krispies?
    Will Tom Baker ever wipe his nose?
    And will The Keeper of Traken give Jim and Martin a new lease of life or leave them calcified?
    Listen to find out! 
    00:00 Intro and context
    04:56 A walkthrough of the story
    1:22:06 A review of the story
    2:10:48 Summing up and scores
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    • 2 hrs 15 min
    020: The Time Warrior

    020: The Time Warrior

    Roving reporter, Sarah Jane Smith, gets more of a scoop than she bargained for when she gatecrashes UNIT's scientist sleepover.

    But although she meets a roistering robber baron, a lily-livered lord and a stranded space toad (not to mention Dot Cotton and Boba Fett), she fails to get an interview with any of them.

    • 1 hr 58 min
    019: The Keys of Marinus

    019: The Keys of Marinus

    The First Doctor and chums go for a whistle-stop tour of the wonderful world of Marinus.

    Which is a great holiday venue, providing you avoid its cities, mountains, seas and jungles. And the intrepid traveller should also beware of flappy-footed gimps, trouserless tour guides, randy trappers and the Knights Who Say "Ni".

    • 2 hrs 25 min
    018: City of Death

    018: City of Death

    The Doctor and Romana go on their hols for a water and bouillabaisse blowout by the banks of the Seine. 

    Naturally, things do not run smoothly as an ancient alien, a mad scientist and a pugilistic private dick muddy the waters and they're surrounded by fake, if enigmatic, smiles.

    • 2 hrs 5 min
    017: The Three Doctors

    017: The Three Doctors

    The Third Doctor probably thought things were bad enough - stuck on Earth as he was with a dud TARDIS, a scatty hippy and a bunch of squaddies.

    But now he has to contend with CSO in his sink, a bunch of Mr Blobbys on his lawn and a loud-mouthed mentalist with a grudge. Luckily his former selves turn up to make things even worse. 

    • 2 hrs 8 min
    016: Enlightenment

    016: Enlightenment

    Back to re-uploading our 30 earliest episodes...

    Avian headgear ahoy! Yes, the Black and White Guardians are back to oversee a space race in which Turlough goes overboard, Gladys Emmanuel is over the top and Leeee John is overestimated as an actor.

    • 1 hr 59 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
66 Ratings

66 Ratings

Dr Pertwee ,


A quality Dr Who podcast for those that love classic Who, with Jim and Martin. 🤠

Tom Turlough ,


A very comfy, warm and reassuring listen. I can get quite nostalgic for old episodes of Doctor Who (even ones I’ve never seen). The hosts are very likeable, although I’m not sure simply recounting (usually at some considerable length) what went on in any specific story really counts as a 'review'. But it's always an amiable journey.

Nortcliff ,

The Prentis Hancock Appreciation Society

I have on the other end of a podcast app two men, Jim and Martin, who provide excellent commentary on Doctor Who old and new.

Occasionally joined by Jim’s brother Rob they never fail to entertain with analysis of the adventures of our favourite Timelord so forensic and informative that it verges on the frightening.

There’s also double entendres a plenty about equipment, tools and weapons.

Listen now and you too will enter a state of excitement and arousal that rivals Adric in the Masters’ web.

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