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 51: The Road to Downing Street
Three TV films from the noughties this time, each one an education in what it takes to become (and in one case stop being) Prime Minister: The Deal (2003), The Long Walk to Finchley (2008) and Margaret (2009)
Episode 88: The Fifth Doctor
Matt introduces a new member of the Strangers team and leads the conversation through a discussion of Peter Davison's time as the fifth Doctor Who
TV Club 32: The Stone Tape
Nigel Kneale's version of a Christmas ghost story in 1972 was this attempt to explain away the phenomenon through a revised exploration of the concept of residual haunting - but how does The Stone Tape look (and sound) fifty years later?
Private Members Club 03: The Queen
A few of our thoughts
Private Members Club 02: Trussed Issues
What better way to fill the power vacuum left behind by Johnson's exit than with Liz Truss, right? Our thoughts on the new Prime Minister (delayed by a week after the news cycle overtook us).
Film Club Extra: Crimes of the Future
With Crimes of the Future, David Cronenberg returns to the body horror that made his name - and even uses the name of one of his own films (despite this not being a remake). But now that it's landed in the UK, what did we think of it?
Used to love this podcast
JR was annoyed that RFS complained about the lack of info on Dr Who??? At least RFS talks about Dr Who.
I used to love THIS podcast that WAS about Dr Who.
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!