Lewis Moon and Dr Cool present the equivalent of that episode of Breaking Bad where they try to catch the fly, except that's not the best way to promote this, right? Today on the show the dynamic duo take a look at what they would have changed about the Web Planet in Redeeming the Irredeemable, and they review the Mind Robber.
(Next Week-Redeeming the Irredeemable focuses on Sleep No More, plus the Tom Baker era gets reviewed.)
Lewis Moon and Dr Cool share the usual amounts of debates about sweets and intros and the usual things, before embarking on a show filled with thoughts on the Mccoy and Whittaker eras, two of the boys least favourite eras, including their review of the Greatest Show in the Galaxy, plus Arachnids in the UK gets redeemed. And they chat about that new thirteen game.
(Next Week-The Web Planet features on Redeeming the Irredeemable, plus Troughton is back in the reviews.)
Lewis Moon and Dr Cool start of the show with some clarification of who was in the right during the argument about the web planet on the previous show, before launching into the thrust of the program which involves a review of Pertwees epic swansong tale, Planet of the Spiders, plus there is the third redeeming the Irredemable on The Dominators.
(Next Week-Mccoy gets another review and we head to the Whittaker era for RTI.)
Lewis Moon and Dr Cool present an edition of the programme where there is more talk about worthers originals than Doctor Who itself. This week they venture into both the Hartnell and Tennant eras as they present their thoughts on the Web Planet, and share how they would have improved Fear Her in the second episode of Redeeming the Irredeemable. But was Lewis Moon right, or was Dr Cool? Make your mind up for yourself...
(Next Week-There is some Pertwee review action with planet of the Spiders plus the Dominators is the third story to be redeemed)
Lewis Moon and Dr Cool return for the second edition of the programme together since the lockdown situation started, as they host a Mccoy centric show, including a review of seventh Doctor Cyberman "Classic" Silver Nemesis, plus the first episode of a new feature, which actually proves quite successful, in which they redeem the irredeemable stories of the show, this time taking a look at Paradise Towers, the story they consider the worst to ever be made.
(Next Week-Fear Hers on Redeeming the Irredeemable Round 2 plus some Hartnell review action)
Lewis Moon and Dr Cool are reunited for the first time in eleven weeks at a social distance for a new, slightly redesigned episode of Doctor Who Time and Space which is the most professional instalment of the podcast to date, while not being all that professional. This week, it's predominantly a Pertwee special after this weeks weekly controversy, as they share their verdict on Death to the Daleks, plus their overview of season 7. And well, it's nice to be back!
(Next Week-We go back to the Mccoy era and there is the first ever edition of redeeming the irredeemable.)
Lewis Moon and Dr Cool are back for the tenth lockdown special of the podcast as they are still here to provide you with your who fix to get your mind of everything that has been happening, and after discussing all the latest news and views they play a game of 60s vs 70s vs 80s (Tune in to find out what that is) plus, a review of Spearhead from Space.
(Next Week-We're delving into another Pertwee story for our review, and more entertainment along the way.)
Lewis Moon and Dr Cool are back for a show with more disturbances than you could count on one hand, as they gather together from two different sides of a phone line to share their thoughts on Delta and the Bannerman, a story they have been dreading for a while now. Alongside this there is a new game to replace "Describe a Doctor Who story in five words" and the reveal of what is up next on the randomizer reviews!
(Next Week-A Classic Who variation of our new game, plus some Pertwee action in the reviews)
Lewis Moon and Dr Cool are back for another lockdown show, and while things for Great Britain are looking rather bleak, there is some great banter and chatter over the course of forty minutes. Not only is there a review of the Peter Davison era classic Enlightenment but there is another game of describe a Doctor Who story in five words. Plus, the randomizer is pressed once again!
(Next Week-Well, you'll have to listen to the show to find out, won't you?)
Lewis Moon and Dr Cool are back once again for their usual Wednesday half an hours worth of chatter, news, gossip, and more. This week on the show there is a review of The Talons of Weng Chiang and as expected there is another round of describe the doctor who story in five words, as the world of lockdown becomes increasingly normal around us.
(Next Week-Englightenment Reviewed, but other than that we have to wait and see whether this all continues!)