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Two-minute Time Lord

Two-minute Time Lord
Description:
Two-minute Time Lord is a commentary podcast about the BBC ' s popular family science fiction program, Doctor Who. We ' ll try to keep this context in mind as we review episodes, comment on the news of the moment, and otherwise pontificate: Doctor Who is not FOR a thirtysomething podcaster. It ' s for that nine-year-old behind the sofa. But his or her mum and dad have been invited along for the ride, as are those of us who were kids when Peter Davison first picked up a cricket bat. And we ' ll keep it to two minutes, because we ' re ALL in a hurry.

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Two-minute Time Lord Statistics
Episodes:
304
Average Episode Duration:
07:33
Longest Episode Duration:
1:35:17
Total Duration of all Episodes:
1 day, 14 hours, 12 minutes and 56 seconds
Earliest Episode:
15 September 2017 (2:57am GMT)
Latest Episode:
15 July 2017 (2:55am GMT)
Average Time Between Episodes:
8 days, 15 hours, 52 minutes and 8 seconds

Two-minute Time Lord Episodes

  • 2MTL 227: The Doctor Who Fan Orchestra (Time Dilation)

    12 August 2011 (1:25am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 17 minutes and 23 seconds

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    Meet Stephen Willis and Robin LaPasha, the leaders of the Doctor Who Fan Orchestra, which assembled performers around the world for an arrangement of Murray Gold's Eleventh Doctor theme. Find out what it took to create a virtual orchestra, and which music they'll adapt next in their ongoing celebration of Gold's work. (They need more performers! Follow the links above for more information!)



  • 2MTL 226: Torchwood: "The Categories of Life" Reviewed

    10 August 2011 (2:01am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 28 seconds

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    Aaaannnnd we're firmly in Children of Earth-level darkness territory with the fifth episode of Miracle Day. Spoilers ho, of course, as I mull over whether I'm starting to go wobbly (in not a good way) over the show's direction.



  • 2MTL 225: Defending Torchwood's First Season and Reviewing "Escape to L.A." (Time Dilation)

    1 August 2011 (3:43am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 39 minutes and 14 seconds

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    (Torchwood being Torchwood, and Jack Harkness being Jack Harkness, this podcast is slightly more explicit than usual.)

    Archivist and Chicks Dig Time Lords co-editor Lynne Thomas joins me as we discuss the merits of the frequently-derided first season of Torchwood — thus bucking the conventional wisdom that it only "got good" with Children of Earth. Lynne contributed her essay on the subject, "Camp Noir," to Graeme Burk and Robert Smith?'s anthology Time Unincorporated 3.

    Also: Miracle Day Episode 4, "Escape to L.A." is reviewed.

    Thanks to Radio Free Skaro for the "conventional wisdom" excerpts.



  • 2MTL 224: Torchwood: "Dead of Night" Reviewed

    27 July 2011 (1:07am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 19 seconds

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    In which your humble correspondent defends the pacing of Torchwood: Miracle Day thus far, whilst citing Huw Buchtmann's excellent blog, but notes that Miracle Day doesn't perfectly mesh with previous seasons…



  • 2MTL 223: "Father's Day" Two-minute Throwback

    24 July 2011 (11:14pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 minutes and 46 seconds

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    Resuming our Throwback Reviews, we go back to the eighth episode of the 2005 revival of Doctor Who, "Father's Day" by Paul Cornell. (It's an interesting time to watch one of Christopher Eccleston's stories, after his recent remarks about his time on the show were repeated by Martyn from the Bad Wilf podcast.)



  • 2MTL 222: Torchwood: "Rendition" (Spoilers) and Big Finish's "Rat Trap" Reviewed

    17 July 2011 (2:03am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 5 minutes and 29 seconds

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    The Torchwood Paradox (It's heavy! It's "crackfic"!) rears its head even more vividly in the second episode of Miracle Day, "Rendition." Spoilers ho! Afterward, guest reviewer Barnaby Edwards (not the Dalek one, the New York one) tackles Tony Lee's Big Finish debut, "Rat Trap."



  • 2MTL 221: "The New World" and Web of Lies 1 Reviewed

    11 July 2011 (2:27am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 5 minutes and 50 seconds

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    Spoilers mild (for the first episode of Torchwood: Miracle Day) and not-so (for part one of Torchwood: Web of Lies for iOS) ahoy!



  • 2MTL 220: Russell T. Davies on Crossovers and Torchwood's U.S. Appeal

    8 July 2011 (1:53am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 55 seconds

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    Thanks to a blogger conference call hosted by Starz and BBC Worldwide Productions, I had the chance to ask Russell T. Davies why he thinks Torchwood caught fire in the United States. Earlier, Jef Burnham from filmmonthly.com raised a question I also asked in 2MTL 219: what's the future relationship between Doctor Who and Torchwood?

    Special thanks to Chris Piers of Television Zombies for recording the call when I couldn't. I really wish he'd been called as well.



  • 2MTL 219: The Summerfielding of Torchwood?

    4 July 2011 (9:21pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 minutes and 56 seconds

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    Torchwood: Miracle Day is coming! Just a bit more…slowly…for British viewers. Why is that, and how might Torchwood come to resemble the adventures of a time-traveling archaeologist?

    See also: RTD's interview with the Guardian



  • 2MTL 218: "The Long Game" Two-minute Throwback

    26 June 2011 (2:54am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 21 seconds

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    Think of "The Long Game" as the mirror-universe version of "Torchwood: Children of Earth." Many of the same attitudes and philosophies Russell T. Davies portrayed in that later, much better work are present in "The Long Game." But in a cheap-sets far-future playground, it's much harder to muster finesse…

    Shannon Patrick Sullivan's excellent A Brief History of Time (Travel) site breaks down the production of "The Long Game".



  • 2MTL 217: Secretary Rumsfeld Assesses Series 7 Speculation

    18 June 2011 (5:42pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 4 minutes and 20 seconds

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    Collecting the known knowns, the known unknowns, an unknown unknown, and some speculation about the future of Series 7 of Doctor Who, known-known to air in 2012 and 2013.

    Steven Manfred's (www.doctorwhodvdfaq.com) anonymously-sourced speculation on the Series 7 schedule was posted to the Gallifrey Base forums on June 18 in the Transmissions-"Doctor Who in 2012 [Mega Merged] Part 2" thread, post #972.

    Stuart Ian Burns's excellent blog is at feelinglistless.blogspot.com.



  • 2MTL 216: The All-Star Series 6.1 Roundtable (Time Dilation)

    15 June 2011 (4:12am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 42 minutes and 22 seconds

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    Three terrific writers and critics — Frank Collins (author of the Series 5 review The Pandorica Opens), Kyle Anderson (nerdist.com and battleshippretention.com) and Teresa Jusino (Tor.com and Newsarama) — look back on Series six-point-one. What worked and what didn't from "The Impossible Astronaut" to "A Good Man Goes to War"? Was Tom from The Doctor Who Podcast right about Series 6 being all about "identity"? What can we learn about "Moffat's Women"?



  • 2MTL 215: "A Good Man Goes to War" Reflections

    12 June 2011 (1:06am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 minutes and 58 seconds

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    With a long-awaited revelation, Series Six goes into summer dormancy. For all of its (welcome!) spectacle and charm, "A Good Man Goes to War" didn't entirely deliver its cliffhanger the way I hoped…



  • 2MTL 214: "The Almost People" (Smith's a Freaking Genius Edition)

    11 June 2011 (1:24am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 5 seconds

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    Shorter short podcast: Matt Smith is absolutely fabulous as The Doctor, and "The Almost People" — Yes! "The Almost People"! — is possibly his greatest performance.



  • 2MTL 213: On Spoilers, One Last Time (I Swear!)

    5 June 2011 (1:07pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 4 minutes and 26 seconds

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    Miss Manners being unavailable, I take it upon myself to pontificate about spoilers one last time, in light of the revelations about River Song yet to air outside the U.K.



  • 2MTL 212: The Sophie Aldred Interview (Time Dilation)

    30 May 2011 (11:38pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 24 minutes and 45 seconds

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    Sophie Aldred wowed the crowds at TimeGate 2011 in Atlanta, and con-runner Alan Siler was good enough to arrange a group interview which is provided by the Doctor Who Podcast Alliance. Your humble interviewers are me, Mike Faber and Mike Gordon from Earth Station One, and Dr. Scott Viguie from Articles of the Shadow Proclamation.



  • 2MTL 211: TimeGate 2011 Podcaster Roundtable (Time Dilation)

    27 May 2011 (8:29pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 23 minutes and 37 seconds

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    Joining me for a quick roundtable about Series 6 and BBC America are my friends here at TimeGate 2011: Mike from Earth Station One, Denise from Little Finish, Matt from US WhoCast, and David and Marty from Hoo on Who.



  • 2MTL 210: "The Rebel Flesh" First Impressions

    22 May 2011 (3:40am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 minutes and 52 seconds

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    They're not just clones. They're YOU. And that lifts "The Rebel Flesh" above formulaic base-under-siege, at least for the first two-thirds…



  • 2MTL 209: "A Tear, Doctor?" Quite a Lot, Actually

    18 May 2011 (2:14am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 1 second

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    One of the most fascinating things about "The Doctor's Wife" had little to do with its star writer — it was Matt Smith's excellent performance revealing the complex, powerful emotions buried inside the Eleventh Doctor. For a supposedly "understated" Doctor, Smith's last scene opened up the floodgates…



  • 2MTL 208: "The Doctor's Wife" First Impressions

    15 May 2011 (2:30am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 13 seconds

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    So much to love about this episode — Neil Perryman's got a great rundown at Tachyon TV — but let's just focus on love itself.



  • 2MTL 207: Your Neil Gaiman Preparedness Kit, Plus Spoilergate (Time Dilation)

    12 May 2011 (2:42am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Fandom is so atomized: Take any two wildly popular genre figures such as "Doctor Who" and "Neil Gaiman" and you'll find many fans of one nearly unaware of the other. In this Time Dilation edition of 2MTL, Chicks Dig Time Lords co-editor Tara O'Shea and I take a walk down the the shelves full of Gaiman's prose, comics and screen work to provide a little explanation of why those of us in the middle of the Venn diagram are so excited.

    But first: a traditional two-minute segment, as I tackle "Spoilergate."



  • 2MTL 206: "The Curse of the Black Spot" First Impressions

    8 May 2011 (2:03am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 minutes and 59 seconds

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    Oh, look. It's a straightforward pirate romp like I asked for. "Be careful what you wish for, Mister Two-minute Time LAAAAARRRRRRD." (Thanks for the intro, Jim!)



  • 2MTL 205: "Day of the Moon" Second Impressions

    1 May 2011 (3:56pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 minutes and 58 seconds

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    We may have made the leap from "Doctor Who for TV," to "Doctor Who for the box set," finally to "Doctor Who expressly for time-shifting." Because, MAN, was this hard to watch in my living room…



  • 2MTL 204: American TV, Doctor Who, and Television Zombies (Time Dilation)

    28 April 2011 (3:38pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 40 minutes and 42 seconds

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    Jeff, Chris and Chuck of the popular cult TV podcast Television Zombies show up on my show, after a couple of years of having me on as a DW geek on call, to talk about how Doctor Who's going over in the States. What happens when three guys who're into more genre TV than Doctor Who encounter a monofocused host? Find out as I get their predictions for Saturday's "Day of the Moon."



  • 2MTL 203: In Defense of BBC America

    26 April 2011 (11:07am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 57 seconds

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    Some U.S. fans accustomed to waiting for iTunes or using "other means" to get their Who Fix (TM) found it hard to deal with commercials, promos and additions to the day-and-date broadcast of "The Impossible Astronaut" on BBC America. Patience, folks: not only are those changes unavoidable in the TV biz, but they're ultimately a good thing even for Doctor Who in the U.K.!

    (Record ratings in the U.S. and Canada! Solid A.I.!)



  • 2MTL 202: "The Impossible Astronaut" First Impressions

    24 April 2011 (2:59am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 34 seconds

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    Best series opener yet? Debatable, but "The Impossible Astronaut" definitely benefited from, for the first time since 2005, not having to establish a new status quo (which even "New Earth" had to do given Tennant's comparatively brief screen time in "The Christmas Invasion," but I digress…).

    Where was I? Oh, yes — a series opener that, freed from having to Explain New Things, leaped straight into a story of heft and dread that will surely catch the attention of new viewers. Tick boxes were checked, and checked well — although there is ONE thing I'm disappointed about…



  • 2MTL 201: Farewell, Elisabeth Sladen

    19 April 2011 (9:31pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 minutes and 27 seconds

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    Farewell, Elisabeth Sladen.



  • 2MTL 200: The Unbearable Brightness of Series 6, Plus Your Questions

    13 April 2011 (3:09am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 5 minutes and 24 seconds

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    Less than two weeks away, a confession: I've been overwhelmed not only by the mammoth wall of hype over the debut of Series 6, but by some of the implications of the new season itself.

    Plus, listener feedback! Plus, simultaneously, an illustration of how listener feedback can go horribly wrong! (Bad influence: Ask a Ninja.)



  • Two-minute Technomage for April 1, 1996: "Severed Dreams"

    1 April 2011 (3:51am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 4 minutes and 27 seconds

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    We waited almost two months for PTEN to release the tenth episode of season 3, "Severed Dreams," and it was worth it! Tune in to hear my reactions to the landmark, gotta-win-an-award, science fiction classic of April 1, 1996. Babylon 5 has never been better!



  • 2MTL 199: Taking Skirts and Skits Seriously

    29 March 2011 (3:08am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 35 seconds

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    • "Space."
    • "Time."
    • Two funny and cute skits during Comic Relief.
    • Amy Pond.
    • Skirt length.
    • Jokes.
    • Objectification?
    • Less than eight minutes. Too serious?

    Also check out Teresa Jusino's take on "Space" and "Time" at tor.com (just beware the comments).

    Part One: "Space"

    Part Two: "Time"

    (Also a hat tip to the TDP.)



  • 2MTL 198: Enchanted Believers and Mourning Ianto Jones

    23 March 2011 (4:42am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 23 minutes and 30 seconds

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    Were you so saddened by the death of Ianto Jones in 2009's Torchwood: Children of Earth that it almost felt like you'd lost someone close to you?

    Or did you see the online reaction and hear about his Memorial Wall in Cardiff and wonder, "Where the HECK is this coming from?"

    Racheline Maltese, scholar and fan, wondered the same things about how people relate to stories in her paper, "Tangible Reality of Absence: Fan Communities and Mourning Fictional Characters," presented last July and now available online. I invited Racheline to talk about what it means to be an "enchanted believer" who reacts to a story as strongly as if it were a real-world event, and why Ianto was mourned by fandom but Owen and Tosh weren't.



  • 2MTL 197: Where'd the Human Heroes Go?

    18 March 2011 (4:20am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 34 seconds

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    As a parting shot in 2MTL 196, I mentioned that I thought the message of the first four seasons of new Doctor Who, Torchwood and the Sarah Jane Adventures was that "it's the actions of everyday humans like you and me that make the difference in overcoming adversity." Some of you noticed that I left out Series 5. Herewith, the explanation.



  • 2MTL 196: Looking for a Doctor in a Torchwood World

    13 March 2011 (4:00am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 4 minutes and 5 seconds

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    A temporarily more serious, real-world turn for 2MTL.

    Be inspired by the Doctor. Do what Torchwood would do.

    Support the people of Japan through the Red Cross, shelterbox.org, and other relief agencies. Support the displaced of Britain through Paul Cornell's drive on behalf of Shelter, the housing and homelessness charity, at justgiving.com/paul-cornell0. Help treat terminal cancer patients with dignity through the Nicholas Courtney memorial drive for the Marie Curie Cancer Care at justgiving.com/nicholascourtney.



  • 2MTL 195: Classical Argument

    7 March 2011 (5:53am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 19 seconds

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    The term "Classic Doctor Who" came in for some criticism last week from Doctor Who personalities such as current and former editors of Doctor Who Magazine. Is it so wrong to draw a distinction between 1963-1989-plus-1996 and 2005-2011?



  • 2MTL 194: "Dalek" Two-minute Throwback

    1 March 2011 (4:42am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 21 seconds

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    The return of the Daleks. At the hands of Rob Shearman.

    Yes, it's just as good as you remember.



  • 2MTL 193: Delving Deeper into Gallifrey 22 (Time Dilation)

    27 February 2011 (5:00am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    We're in full-on Time Dilation mode, all right, as I catch up on some of the reflections on last weekend's Gallifrey One 22 convention. Chicks Dig Time Lords co-editor Tara O'Shea and I talk about fandom, feminism and the digital world the next generation of Doctor Who fans inhabits. Then, I spend some time with the longtime volunteer whom I helped excavate the convention's official TARDIS: actor, comedian and Gallifrey One auctioneer and master of ceremonies Tadao Tomomatsu.

    Regular two-minute podcasts will return soon!



  • 2MTL 192: Looking Through a Time Lord's Eyes in L.A.

    19 February 2011 (9:55am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 minutes and 51 seconds

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    This podcast contains: reflections on time and space as depicted in a museum and comic books, and content recorded looooooonnnng before I was able to post it!

    References: the art in question and, for the juxtaposition of time and space in comics, scottmccloud.com.



  • 2MTL 191: Return to Gallifrey One (Time Dilation)

    17 February 2011 (6:12am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 12 minutes and 12 seconds

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    Erik, co-host of The Doctor Who Book Club and Bridging the Rift contributor, joins me for our Wednesday-night reflction on why we've made the pilgrimage to Gallifrey One, and our plans for the convention.

    (Time Dilation podcasts are EXPRESSLY designed to break the two-minute format. No warranty is provided.)



  • 2MTL 190: "You Haven't Seen The Aztecs?!"

    13 February 2011 (2:15am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 27 seconds

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    I was publicly shamed by Rob Shearman and Toby Hadoke in The Doctor Who Podcast #53 for not having seen "The Aztecs." This week, while recovering from the Plague, I made amends.

    It's a good 'un.



  • 2MTL 189: Hoping for a (Torchwood) Miracle

    6 February 2011 (10:26pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 14 seconds

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    "Children of Earth" was undeniably brilliant, but it ran the Torchwood concept through a Cuisinart. Is there enough left for "Miracle Day" to feel like Torchwood, or something new entirely? And is that a good thing?



  • 2MTL 188: "World War Three" Two-minute Throwback

    30 January 2011 (4:33am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 4 minutes and 34 seconds

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    Yes, "World War Three" is better than "Aliens of London." Which is somewhat like saying a stab wound is better than amputation. All the same, there's some important and valuable stuff in RTD's otherwise least-successful Doctor Who story.

    PLUS an announcement: there's a trivia throwdown coming at Gallifrey One between The Doctor Who Podcast and Staggering Stories. I'm moderating this cataclysmic struggle, so I need your trivia questions and answers. Send them to quiz@twominutetimelord.com by February 10!



  • 2MTL 187: CRISIS AT THE NTAs EVERYBODY PANIC not really

    27 January 2011 (1:19pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 8 seconds

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    Recrimination! Rage! Retweeting! We're looking at the (non-)controversy over Doctor Who's losses at the National Television Awards yesterday, and the ritual assignations of blame.

    Everything's fine, folks. Really.



  • 2MTL 186: IDW's New Eleventh Doctor Series

    20 January 2011 (3:10am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 minutes and 57 seconds

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    In the first issue of the newly-relaunched Doctor Who comic series from IDW, writer Tony Lee captures the Eleventh Doctor so meticulously you're tempted to credit Matt Smith for the acting job.

    (Tony was last seen in these parts reviewing The Pandorica Opens and talking about comics in 2MTL 143.)



  • 2MTL 185: "Aliens of London" Two-minute Throwback

    19 January 2011 (4:57am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 minutes and 52 seconds

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    Michael of the excellent Tin Dog Podcast frequently observes, when he reviews an old and not-much-missed story, that "it's actually not that bad!" Would that I could say the same of an episode that brought to 2005 some of the stereotypical criticisms leveled at the classic series: bad effects, bad monsters and bad pacing.



  • 2MTL 184: Yes, I Have a Freak Flag

    15 January 2011 (3:59am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 4 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Please indulge me in yet another slightly extended podcast, with a little look at the proud eccentricities and the less-proud excesses and turf wars of Doctor Who fandom.

    Andy Ihnatko's tongue-in-cheek Freak Flag Compact

    The Podcast Podcast



  • 2MTL 183: The (Anti-American???) Politics of Doctor Who

    9 January 2011 (6:48am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 57 seconds

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    Doctor Who is anti-American? That's not exactly what Oklahoma City University professor Mark DiPaolo said in his Journal of Popular Culture article, but his assertions about the show's politics made some interesting fodder for BBC Radio 4's Thinking Allowed. Does this family SF show have a political point of view worth exploring…?

    Thinking Allowed for Jan. 5

    The Journal of Popular Culture



  • 2MTL 182: "The Unquiet Dead" Two-minute Throwback

    1 January 2011 (5:55am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 21 seconds

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    Resuming our trek through the revived series from the beginning, we take a look at the Victorian pseudo-historical featuring Charles Dickens, whose stories provided skeleton and muscle for the 2010 Christmas special.



  • 2MTL 181: "A Christmas Carol" Reviewed

    26 December 2010 (4:39am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 30 seconds

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    It was certainly a Christmasy Christmas special Steven Moffat provided us this year, although it DID bear a few resemblances to one from a few years ago. Here's my take on "A Christmas Carol." Many, many thanks to BBC America, Worldwide, and the mothership in Cardiff for bringing the show to the U.S. on the original trasmission date!



  • 2MTL 180: Trying to Be Cricket About Doctor Who's Changes

    22 December 2010 (1:01pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 4 minutes and 3 seconds

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    On the eve of Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol, Paul Cornell's treatise on cricket prompts me to finally come to terms with Series 5.



  • 2MTL 179: Top Gear's Lessons for "Doctor Who USA"

    9 December 2010 (4:06am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 11 seconds

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    Top Gear America's taking it on the chin, dare I say unfairly, from the purist fans of the original. And that helps me predict whether Doctor Who will follow in The Office's footsteps as another BBC property being remade for U.S. audiences.



 
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