A podcast dedicated to the show Doctor Who with a perspective from two Midwest United States fans, and one person being introduced to the Doctor for the first time.
Episode 480 – Traveling the Victorious – Part 10 – Frozen in Space
This week we review more Time Lord Victorious stories with Exit Strategy and Genetics of the Daleks.
Episode 479 – You Say You Want A Revolution
This week we examine the New Year's Day special, Revolution of the Daleks.
Episode 478 – Traveling the Victorious – Part 9 – Dancing With Daleks In Zero G’s
This time we review the short stories, The Last Message, and Mission to the Known and the Big Finish audio, Mutually Assured Destruction.s
Episode 477 – A Christmas Carol, Revisited
In this episode, we go way back to the beginning and revisit our first ever review, A Christmas Carol, featuring the Eleventh Doctor.
Episode 476 – Traveling the Victorious – Part 8 – Seeking All the Answers
This week we review Time Lord Victorious materials, The Minds of Magnox, and Daleks! Episode 5: Day of Reckoning.
Episode 475 – Traveling the Victorious – Part 7 – Plotting and Scheming
This week we review Daleks! animated series episodes 4 & 5, 'Planet of the Mechanoids' and 'The Deadly Ally, and the short story, What the TARDIS thought of ‘Time Lord Victorious’
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Doctor Who with friends.
I’ve been listening to these three great guys since nearly the beginning. They make each episode a real treat to listen to. They take us into their own personal lives, explaining what they watched, read, listened to that week. They talk about their family lives as well, fully making us feel like family. They also cover the entire pop culture world for us. Lastly, they cover one of the greatest shows ever created. Not once have I glazed over during a show. Each one keeps my attention from start to finish. More than most podcasts, they make you the listener feel like a part of their circle.
My Whovian Friends
This is my favorite Doctor Who podcast because it doesn't take itself so deadly seriously. The three hosts are all good friends, and they share their love for all things Who without becoming judgmental and sanctimonious like some Who podcasts tend to do. I love their interpersonal banter because it made me become their friend instead of just a listener. They branch out into other discussions at times, but it never feels like a departure from the goal of the podcast, just a friendly detour. Can't recommend these guys highly enough!!
From fan to friends
I stumbled across TTV when I first started watching Doctor Who (in 2012). I was as new to Who as Keith was, so I felt for him and the learning curve he was on. I went back and mainlined all of their episodes and have been listening ever since. I’ve been fortunate to have become friends with all three of the guys and am proud to see how the show has grown. Keep it up!