Podcast reviewing televised Doctor Who stories
This is the first of our earliest 30 Krynoid PodCast episodes which we've uploaded to our podcast hosts Libsyn so that all of our episodes are accessible from the same place. They should now appear in order of publication wherever you find them.
In this inaugural episode, a very tentative sounding Jim and Martin discuss their history with Doctor Who and compare NuWho to Classic Who.
Apologies for the sound quality. It does get better in future episodes. And apologies for Jim's over use of samples. They start and stop here.
002: The Deadly Assassin
Our second episode, in which Jim and Martin get on to the meat and potatoes of the podcast, discussing the Tom Baker solo outing, The Deadly Assassin.
003: The Claws of Axos
Our first dip into the Third Doctor's era sees Jim and Martin discussing The Claws of Axos.
004: The Web Planet
Time to enter the creaky world of black and white Who with a sojourn on the mysterious, blurred planet of Vortis!
005: Remembrance of the Daleks
Jim and Martin delve into the patchy Seventh Doctor era and pull out a plum.
006: Vengeance On Varos
This time, Jim and Martin gaze in horror at a video nasty which intends to be a searing indictment of [checks notes...] video nasties.
Really enjoyable podcast with two personable hosts. Initially, I thought the episodes might be a bit too long for me as I’ve only got limited spare time, but it’s surprising how I’ve managed to fit them in - in the bath, out on walks, in bed - I lead such an exciting life 🤣. Anyway, 5 stars. Plus a special bonus star for not ripping apart one of my favourites The Dominators! More please. And if you run out of classic stories, start again.💪🏼😀. Your opinions may have changed over the years. Glad you’re back.
Have you not discussed The Silurians ? I can’t find it
A quality Dr Who podcast for those that love classic Who, with Jim and Martin. 🤠
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.