Broader and deeper than just Doctor Who
Main episodes: talking about Doctor Who so you don't have to
Film Club: reviewing and contextualising a popular movie or film director
TV Club: ditto but TV
Film Club Lite: focussing on a particular movie for a shorter, more focussed review
Music Club: the hosts talk about artists that have been influential in their lives
Who Review Extra: choosing an older Doctor Who story for the shorter review routine
Desert Planet Picks: once in a while, a special guest chooses the eight items they'd take with them, if they were about to be marooned on a desert planet
Film Club Extra: Gunpowder Milkshake
A short review of the new neo-noir starring Karen Gillan, with support from the likes of Lena Headey, Michelle Yeoh, Carla Gugino and Angela Bassett
Music Club 01: The Smiths
Genius, or self-parody? Or just a new strand of the podcast in which we talk about some musical artists that were culturally or personally significant on our arrested development. First up, The Smiths.
Film Club Extra: 2021 Movie Round-Up
With Simon away watching Fiction Factory, it's down to Matt and JR to talk about a fiction factory of a different kind: it's our review of the movies we've seen through 2021 so far.
Film Club 41: Planet of the Apes (Part Three)
After looking at the original pentalogy, and the Tim Burton calamity, we've finally arrived at the modern Planet of the Apes trilogy. But will it be a Caesar salad or a Koba cabana?
Who Review Extra 02: The Keys of Marinus
It's back to the spring of 1964 for our second short-form Doctor Who review, our subject being Terry Nation's sophomore script The Keys of Marinus. But will we judge it a Velvet Web, or a Sea of Death?
Film Club Lite: Akira (1988)
Katsuhiro Ôtomo's 1988 adaptation of the 1982 manga is the latest movie selected for the Film Club Lite treatment
You lost me
Sorry guys. Whatever ones views I prefer podcast that keep their political views to themselves.
Great Film Talk
I just finished listening to their episode on The Wicker Man and Don’t Look Now. These guys are fun to listen to and are not pretentious. The debate about whether or not The Wicker Man is a musical is exactly the kind of talk my friends and I have all the time. Very enjoyable—have already subscribed.
Like being invited in...
To the coolest Dr Who conversation around. Thanks guys!