Did you know that in addition to being an amazing painter, Vincent Van Gogh fought monsters? Well, maybe you should read a book. In the meantime, take a listen to this week's episode from Series 5 Vincent and the Doctor.
We're back into New Who and the Silurians are back with a new look, but they're also back with the same problems with humans. And who can blame them, humans are still pretty terrible. Luckily the Doctor and his companions are good. This week we talk about the Chris Chibnall penned two parter, The Hungry Earth and Cold Blood. Check out our discussion and let us know what you thought.
We dive back into Classic Who this week and visit 3rd Doctor John Pertwee again. This time he's teamed up Liz Shaw and the Brigadier to take on the ancient and deadly Silurians.
It's a seven episode adventure, so the recap is a bit longer than normal, but as you've come to expect, we keep it entertaining. And despite the fact that the story was stretched to seven episodes, it's still a really good story. Check out our discussion and let us know what you thought.
You'd think choosing between a time traveling alien and a grown man with a ponytail would be easy. But when you throw in an entity that controls dreams, a cold star and elderly aliens... things get complicated. This week we're talking about Amy's Choice.
It's a city of love, and water, and fish-aliens. We're talking about the Vampires of Venice this week! Rory joins Amy and the Doctor for this adventure as they face off against some folks with some nasty teeth. If only Rory were a dentist...
River Song returns this week to join the Doctor and Amy. Together, our trio takes on the Weeping Angels! It's an exciting action/adventure two-parter complete with quarries and corridors. Buckle up for Time of Angels and Flesh and Stone.
The Doctor got his makeover, and so did the Tardis. This week, our hero's oldest foes get their own makeover. We also head back in time and meet Winston Churchill. It's a jam packed adventure, and we'll unpack all of it.
This week we're talking about episode 2 from Series 5, The Beast Below. It's like having a monster in your basement, except the real monster is your parents who are upstairs. Well... It's hard to sum up here, so take a listen to our recap.
Crank it up to 11. This week we meet the 11th Doctor, along with his new companion, new Tardis, new sonic screwdriver, new... everything! We're talking about the premier episode of Series 5, The Eleventh Hour.
What can be better than one Doctor? How about FIVE of them!?! This week we're watching the 20th Anniversary episode of Doctor Who, The Five Doctors. And better yet, some favorite companions come back for the fun. Come along with us on this journey and see old enemies, and some new ones too as we go on a road trip through the Death Zone.
We take a look back on the Russell T. Davies era of Doctor Who to examine his contributions to the show, and we reflect on the 10th Doctor's time aboard the Tardis. Most fun of all, we get to hear from you, our listeners!
It's the end of the line for the Tenth Doctor, and The Master and Wilf are there to give him a send off. Also, we get to celebrate Christmas! Old companions and old foes make an appearance.
The End of Time is also the last Russell T. Davies penned Doctor Who episode. So, yeah, there is a lot of ground to cover this week and more than enough to talk about even before we get to the regeneration!
It's a Classic Who adventure with the 7th Doctor and his companion Ace! There's a lot of things going on in The Curse of Fenric, and we break them all down in an action packed episode. Well... as action packed as a podcast can be. But we have a lot of fun this week! And with vampires, bombs, and a fishman, there is a lot of fun to be had!
Thirsty? Grab some H2O-Yeah!!! There's more than enough water to go around this week on WDWN. Travel with us to the Red Planet as the Doctor wrestles with his moral code while trying to fend off with some nasty water monsters. And there's a robot.
Take the Doctor, a sassy new companion, put them on a desert planet with a double decker bus and you got yourself in a whole heap of shenanigans . You also have this week's episode, Planet of the Dead, billed as the 200th story of Doctor Who.
This is the second episode of the David Tennant specials. In the coming weeks we'll have a special send off episode for David Tennant and Russell T. Davies. Let us know what you thought about Tennant's tenure as the Doctor and Davies' run as the head writer and we'll be sure to include your messages in that upcoming episode.
It's Christmas in July and there are two Doctors under the tree! Join us this week for the first of the David Tennant specials, and this one is a whopper with the Cyberman along for the ride.
From little plush toy fat monsters to wasps and beetles, and every Dalek in between, we revisit everything that happened in Series 4. Come along with us as we bid a (mostly) fond farewell to Series 4 and all the hijinks that ensued.
It all comes down to this... the bees disappearing, the missing planets, and Rose! This week's episode is longer that normal, but this was a dense two-parter to unpack and we have a lot of things to say on the Series 4 finale.
Are you into alternate timelines? Do you like to imagine what the world would be like without the Doctor? Do you love giant bugs who give back hugs? Then do we have the episode for you. In the lead up to the Series 4 finale, we have Turn Left. Donna Noble takes the lead as the world crumbles around her. And a companion from the past returns. All that and more!
Discover how the Daleks got their start as we dive back into Classic Who this week with the 4th Doctor Adventure, Genesis of the Daleks. The Doctor, Sarah Jane and Harry travel back in time to witness the beginning of the Daleks, the genesis of them if you will. And whatever you do, don't lose that time ring!!!