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Who's Who is the CSICON Network's very own show about Doctor Who! Publishing every other Wednesday, we discuss old episodes and serials as we discover the show.

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Who's Who is the CSICON Network's very own show about Doctor Who! Publishing every other Wednesday, we discuss old episodes and serials as we discover the show.

    Who's Who #152: Fear Her

    Who's Who #152: Fear Her

    This week on Who’s Who, we get to Fear Her. Her, obviously, being the person who thought this script was a good idea, because this episode was absolutely dreadful.

    • 46 min
    Who's Who #151: Love and Monsters

    Who's Who #151: Love and Monsters

    Sometimes, low expectations yield the greatest results.

    • 46 min
    Who's Who #149: The Idiot’s Lantern

    Who's Who #149: The Idiot’s Lantern

    Here’s one from the archives! … kind of. Turns out this episode was lost along the way, but has now been uncovered and published! Enjoy!

    • 41 min
    Who's Who #150: The Impossible Planet + The Satan Pit!

    Who's Who #150: The Impossible Planet + The Satan Pit!

    There you have it, folks. One hundred and fifty episodes in the can. And what better set of episodes to discuss than .. THE SATAN PIT!

    • 39 min
    Who's Who #148: Rise of the Cybermen / The Age of Steel

    Who's Who #148: Rise of the Cybermen / The Age of Steel

    Don’t you just hate it when you record a perfectly good episode of a podcast, edit it, and then go out for a walk with your dogs while it exports to MP3, only to return and foget all about it for the next five days? … What, that’s never happened to you? Oh. Well, it happened to me, hence this episode being released on a Sunday rather than a Wednesday.

    In other news, alternate reality stories continue to be “Oh, isn’t that highly relevant person/thing/device quirky?” rather than “This universe is the same as the one we’re from, except pig flatulence is now visible to the human eye… That is also the only difference.” Why don’t they ever end up in that universe? Or the universe that is the same as theirs because the differentiating point happens in the future? Or how about they travel to an alternate universe where cockroaches can hear infrared radiation .. and everything else is exactly the same?

    On that note, why don’t they ever end up in a parallel universe where the Earth was never formed and, instead, the moon is inhabited by a super-intelligent race of goat-sharks? Statistically speaking, that should be just as likely as any other universe they end up in, so why do they always seem to end up in the ones where the differences are obvious and quirky, but not life-threatening or so massive that they can’t blend in nicely?

    • 24 min
    Who's Who #147: The Girl in the Fireplace

    Who's Who #147: The Girl in the Fireplace

    With a title like The Girl in the Fireplace a “double-the title”, we figured this episode could be about anything, so long as there was a girl in a fireplace at some point. What we found was that this episode was just about the best we’ve seen in a long long time.

    Show notes and links:



    * “Doctor Who” The Girl in the Fireplace (TV Episode 2006) (imdb.com)

    * Euros Lyn – IMDb (imdb.com)

    * Sophia Myles – IMDb (imdb.com)

    • 56 min

Customer Reviews

Coffee With Jeff ,

Great Podcast

A must for any fan of the classic Dr. Who episodes! A lot of fun!

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Want to Learn Classic Doctor Who?

I've been listening to this podcast for close to 2 years now. Thanks to Breki Tomasson and Petter Martensson, I've now expreienced and views all existing serials of the first 3 Doctor Whos. Were now onto the 4th serial of Tom Baker as the 4th Doctor Who.

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