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Doctor Who Time and Space
Son and Father debating and reviewing the Whoniverse
Category: TV & Film
Location: Weymouth, Dorset
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May 07, 2018 03:05 AM PDT

Lewis Moon and Dr Cool desperately try to think of 6 good Colin Baker episodes as they compile their 'best possible series' for the sixth Doctor. They also review the Keys of Marinus, press the magic randomiser and update you with the latest news and views from the Whoniverse.

May 01, 2018 01:47 PM PDT

In this episode, the father and son duo of Dr Cool and Lewis Moon debate the quality of Russell T Davis' penned stories, review Into the Dalek and discuss the latest news and views from the Whoniverse

April 21, 2018 10:24 AM PDT

Back once again to fill the next hour of your life, doctor who time and space are here with all of the relevant and not as relevant discussions from all corners of the doctor who universe. This week we take a look at the six standout stories from the Peter Davison era of the show in our best possible series of articles, review the lesser liked Tom Baker story Meglos and discuss the latest news from the last seven days in the doctor who universe.

April 21, 2018 04:39 AM PDT

This week we're back in order to take a look at recent goings on in the doctor who universe and everything else from the entirety of time and space. Our main feature this week is another writers analysis, this time taking a look at prominent Pertwee writer Malcolm Hulke. Also, we review the Matt Smith story Dinosaurs on a Spaceship. Plus, we discuss the latest news from the last seven days in the doctor who universe.

April 07, 2018 08:32 AM PDT

Here we are again for the second of two podcasts in one day! This week there are petty fueds between the co-hosts over disagreements in doctor who related facts, however the dynamic duo are still here to bring in the laughter, the chat, the fun and the games. This week they are continuing the best possible series worth of articles focusing on Tom Baker's fourth doctor and his six best episodes. As well as this there's a review of the Matt Smith story the God complex and there's a discussion of the latest news from the last seven days in the doctor who universe.

April 07, 2018 06:23 AM PDT

We're here with two podcasts in one day today! That must be a first, you may be saying. Well you are wrong, it isn't a first! But don't worry about that-it's time to listen to episode 257 of doctor who time and space, making up for missing last week's podcast. This week on the show we take a look back at our first completed series to review on the podcast, series 2 of new who, or series 28. Also, we have a review of the classic 10th doctor two parter human nature and family of blood. Plus, we discuss the latest news from the last seven days in the doctor who universe.

March 24, 2018 09:46 AM PDT

This week the duo are back for another podcast worth of opinions, discussions and tangents. There always seem to be tangents, don't there? That's what makes a good podcast! After looking at Ecclestone's words on his time of doctor who, we continue our writers analysis series taking a look at David Whitaker and his best and worst doctor who stories. Plus, there's a review of the important and influential Jon Pertwee story the time warrior. Also we discuss the latest news from the last seven days in the doctor who universe.

March 17, 2018 06:34 AM PDT

The boys are back in town for another edition of weekly doctor who podcast doctor who time and space, this week venturing the universes of the greatest show in the galaxy. We're talking all things Pertwee this week as we pick our best possible series for his doctor, his six best stories that combined would made a perfect series. Plus, we have a review of the Tennant era classic story School reunion. Also, we have a discussion of the latest news and views from the last seven days in the doctor who universe.

March 16, 2017 03:33 PM PDT

Lewis Moon and D-Cool challenge each other to yet another 3 minute rant, where they each choose a Doctor Who related topic that the other has to talk about for three minutes.

March 14, 2017 10:02 AM PDT

In this occasional short 'inbetween podcast' recording, Lewis Moon and D-Cool challenge each other to rant for 3 minutes on a given Dr Who subject. Can they achieve this?

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