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Gallifrey's Most Wanted Podcast

Gallifrey's Most Wanted Podcast
We are Ross, a long time fan of Doctor Who, and Victoria, a relatively new convert to the show. We bring unique, informed perspectives to our experience and enjoyment of Doctor Who. Each podcast covers a Doctor Who television story and includes a story synopsis, review and discussion of where each fits in the Doctor Who Universe. Future episodes will cover all the media in that Universe, including audio plays, books and comics.

Homepage: http://gallifreysmostwanted.libsyn.com/podcast

RSS Feed: http://gallifreysmostwanted.libsyn.com/rss

Gallifrey's Most Wanted Podcast Statistics
Average Episode Duration:
Longest Episode Duration:
Total Duration of all Episodes:
1 day, 20 hours, 2 minutes and 46 seconds
Earliest Episode:
5 January 2017 (4:47pm GMT)
Latest Episode:
17 May 2018 (1:24pm GMT)
Average Time Between Episodes:
9 days, 0 hours, 48 minutes and 40 seconds

Gallifrey's Most Wanted Podcast Episodes

  • Gallifrey's Most Wanted Episode 002A -- Supplemental

    15 February 2017 (5:46pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 22 minutes and 18 seconds

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    Comics! We discuss all incarnations, from weekly two page strips found in "TV Comics" and "Countdown" to multi-page, multi-parters in Doctor Who Weekly and Doctor Who Magazine, to modern comic books from publishers like IDW and Titan. Just 20 mins of background and take on what we love about Doctor Who comics.

  • Gallifrey's Most Wanted Episode 002 -- The Power of the Daleks

    8 February 2017 (6:22pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 hour, 3 minutes and 46 seconds

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    For the first time since it originally aired in 1966, we were able to watch the Power of the Daleks in its entirety. Ross condensed all 6 episodes into a 16 minute synopsis, so the rest is discussion about the first ever regeneration, the Second Doctor, Patrick Troughton, The Daleks as great villains, the story behind the reconstructed episodes and more. Also, check out our Supplemental episodes that we are doing in between Story Episodes. They are fun and highly nerdy.

  • Gallifrey's Most Wanted Episode 001A -- Supplemental

    1 February 2017 (5:50pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 35 minutes and 37 seconds

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    Breaking News, further introductions and talk about our favorite doctors.

  • Gallifrey's Most Wanted Podcast Episode 001 -- An Unearthly Child

    27 January 2017 (2:07pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 59 minutes and 1 second

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    Synopsis, review and discussion of first story of Doctor Who -- An Unearthly Child, aired November 23, 1963. Ross and Victoria discuss what drew them to the show, or what helped overcome resistance to the original episodes. They discuss show history, budget, and how the story holds up more than 50 years later.

  • Welcome Doctor Who fans, to a new Podcast

    5 January 2017 (4:47pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

    But why another Doctor Who Podcast, you ask?

    Because we think we bring unique, informed perspectives to our experience and enjoyment of Doctor Who. And we want to share those with you.

    But firstly, who are we?

    Ross is the long-time fan. He's that guy who talked about Doctor Who before you'd ever heard of the show, who got angry when people talked about cheesy sets and funny accents and all the reruns. His brothers introduced him to the show on a fuzzy black and white TV and he was hooked (after enduring a lot of Tom Baker episodes). It took the fifth Doctor to turn him into a passionate Doctor Who fan, and he began collecting all the magazines, books, audios and video tapes he could find. The internet made it possible to order things all the way from the UK and share audio files and reconstructions of missing episodes all over the world (bless, the BBC). And all this before Christopher Eccelston noted how many places have "a North."

    Ross brings his extensive theater background to his love and analysis of Doctor Who. He's designed and built professional sets, stage managed, directed and tech'd live professional theater productions. He studied acting and has appeared in shows as diverse as 1776 and Comfort and Joy. He knows great story-telling and credits his early fandom of Doctor Who with honing that skill.

    Vic is the new fan. She's the idiot who mocked Ross' passion for the cheesy sets and had to endure his harangues about the "eternal quality of great stories." She was a reluctant convert. But one day, having reached the end of the internet, she clicked on the Doctor Who thumbnail on Netflix, and was transported to new galaxies. After gobbling up everything new, she demanded more and Ross had the decency not to laugh (though he might have said, "I told you so" once or twice . . . or a hundred). And then she moved on to the books and comics and magazines . . . the whole new worlds that Doctor Who introduces.

    She brings her training in history and law to her analysis. So while partial to the time travel fun of Doctor Who, she also loves his love of humanity (whether earthly or otherwise) and his deep and abiding sense of fairness.

    So come listen as these old friends share their love of, knowledge of, and analysis of all things Doctor Who.

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