Don’t Blink will make you grab your mops, don your bow ties, and find a fun listening companion! Jada Wilkerson is a die-hard Doctor Who fan, who really knows his New Who, as well as Classic Who goodness. Wayne Henderson is a relatively new Whovian, joining in on the wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey adventures, during the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary time period. Together, Jada and Wayne share thoughts and theories about each episode of Doctor Who, as well as including your listener feedback.
Doctor Who - The Timeless Children - Review and Listener Feedback
The Master wasn't understating it, when he told The Doctor that "everything you thought you knew, is a lie". This season 12 finale episode of Doctor Who truly does change everything! With the help of brilliant listener thoughts and theories, Wayne Henderson and Jada Wilkerson review this landmark episode. They also try to figure out what is going to happen next with The Doctor, Ryan, Graham, Yaz, The Master, and more.
Doctor Who - Ascension of the Cybermen - Review and Listener Feedback
Jada Wilkerson and Wayne Henderson review the "Ascension of the Cybermen" episode of Doctor Who, and look into the good and bad from the episode, as well as theories and unanswered questions. And, the Don't Blink listeners yet again share excellent feedback.
Doctor Who - The Haunting of Villa Diodati - Review and Listener Feedback
Jada Wilkerson and Wayne Henderson review what they liked, and didn't, from "The Haunting of Villa Diodati" episode of Doctor Who, and why. They also share some listener thoughts and theories, as we get ready for the 2-part season finale.
Doctor Who - Can You Hear Me? - Review and Listener Feedback
Jada Wilkerson and Wayne Henderson share great and insightful listener thoughts and theories all about the "Can You Hear Me?" episode of Doctor Who. They also review their favorite parts of the very good episode of Doctor Who.
Doctor Who - Praxeus - Review and Listener Feedback
Jada Wilkerson and Wayne Henderson review what they liked, and what they didn't, all about the "Praxeus" episode of Doctor Who. Great listener feedback is included as always.
Doctor Who - Fugitive of the Judoon - Review and Listener Feedback
We do not use the phrase “Game Changer” lightly, when we use it to describe this week’s episode of Doctor Who! ￼￼ Brilliant listener feedback, full of amazing theories about what might be going on in the￼ ￼Who-verse, helps guide us through time and space as Wayne and Jada discuss the Fugitive of the Judoon.
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Don’t Blink Your Ears
If you are a fan of THE DOCTOR then you will be a fan of the Don’t Blink podcast! Jeremy and David are a great team, each bringing vastly different perspectives. Jeremy is a great voice for newcomers to Doctor Who. Being a recent convert to the show Jeremy’s new found fascination comes through with each episode . On the other end of the spectrum David is a living Doctor Who wiki. He not only knows Classic Doctor Who, but he also relates those episodes to the current series. While I disagree with David’s take on the Eleventh Doctor (bow ties are still the coolest!), I am enjoying the Twelfth Doctor more because of this podcast. Check it out!
A Unique and Fun Perspective on Doctor Who
Jada and Wayne both bring fun discussions for each episode of Doctor Who, on their Don’t Blink podcast. But even better, is hearing so many great listeners of the show on every episode of the podcast.
Join in with this great group of listeners, and become one yourself.
Why the PROgun rant?
Listening for the first time and I am annoyed that one of the hosts seem to think they are the only audience for the show. Middle age men are not the only ones the writter has in mind when he has the Doctor saying people should use their minds instead of guns or find another way. As a teacher who has to practice numerous evacuation drills, intruder drill, shots fired drills, and is expected to act as a human shield for my sweet paying job of $50,000 yr that I have to have a Master's degree for I think in fact the younger audience might be who the writer has in mind instead of him! Many young adolescents and teens watch Doctor Who and it IS A GOOD message for them to hear- bottom line. If you haven't lost someone by a shooting or it doesn't effect your day-to-day maybe then you can go on soapbox and whine about the writers of Doctor Who using their platform to send that message. I for one feel teens need to hear that their problems can be handled in a different manner more often and love that Doctor Who promotes an antigun stance.