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The Who Noobs

The Who Noobs
Description:
Join Doug & Kevin as they cover Doctor Who episodes right from their early beginnings in 1963, from the perspective of two "n00bs" who have never seen the series!

Homepage: http://whonoobs.blogspot.com/

RSS Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/WhoNoobs?format=xml

The Who Noobs Statistics
Episodes:
50
Average Episode Duration:
00:00
Longest Episode Duration:
00:00
Total Duration of all Episodes:
0 minutes and 0 seconds
Earliest Episode:
18 June 2017 (11:12pm GMT)
Latest Episode:
23 November 2011 (2:08pm GMT)
Average Time Between Episodes:
9 days, 23 hours, 10 minutes and 16 seconds

The Who Noobs Episodes

  • Happy 48th!

    23 November 2011 (2:08pm GMT)
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    The Who Noobs want to wish all fans a happy 48th anniversary today!

    Unfortunately, it's been a slow year for our podcast, excuses, excuses, excuses, blah, blah, blah.  The project is still in our hearts and hopefully we can get some new episodes up for you guys in the near future.  Many many thanks for your patience with us!


  • Happy 48th!

    23 November 2011 (2:08pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

    The Who Noobs want to wish all fans a happy 48th anniversary today!

    Unfortunately, it's been a slow year for our podcast, excuses, excuses, excuses, blah, blah, blah.  The project is still in our hearts and hopefully we can get some new episodes up for you guys in the near future.  Many many thanks for your patience with us!


  • These aren't the Daleks you're looking for.

    9 November 2011 (1:36pm GMT)
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    These aren't the Daleks you're looking for.


  • These aren't the Daleks you're looking for.

    9 November 2011 (1:36pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

    These aren't the Daleks you're looking for.


  • Episode 20: Assassin At Peking

    9 August 2011 (11:04am GMT)
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    TWHOSDAY IS HERE!

    Download Episode 20 | Subscribe to iTunes

    Episode Info
    Marco Polo, Episode 7: "Assassin At Peking"
    Originally aired April 4, 1964
    Written by John Lucarotti
    Directed by Waris Hussein
    Starring William Hartnell as The Doctor
    Podcasters: Doug, Kevin, Darcy, and Holly
    Audio Length: 64 mins 4 secs



  • Episode 20: Assassin At Peking

    9 August 2011 (10:04am GMT)
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    TWHOSDAY IS HERE!

    Download Episode 20 | Subscribe to iTunes

    Episode Info
    Marco Polo, Episode 7: "Assassin At Peking"
    Originally aired April 4, 1964
    Written by John Lucarotti
    Directed by Waris Hussein
    Starring William Hartnell as The Doctor
    Podcasters: Doug, Kevin, Darcy, and Holly
    Audio Length: 64 mins 4 secs



  • Episode 19: Mighty Kublai Khan

    28 July 2011 (12:52am GMT)
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    WHO-ednesday has arrived!!!

    Download Episode 19 | Subscribe to iTunes

    Episode Info
    Marco Polo, Episode 6: "Mighty Kublai Khan"
    Originally aired March 28, 1964
    Written by John Lucarotti
    Directed by Waris Hussein
    Starring William Hartnell as The Doctor
    Podcasters: Doug and Kevin
    Audio Length: 49 mins


  • Episode 19: Mighty Kublai Khan

    27 July 2011 (11:52pm GMT)
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    WHO-ednesday has arrived!!!

    Download Episode 19 | Subscribe to iTunes

    Episode Info
    Marco Polo, Episode 6: "Mighty Kublai Khan"
    Originally aired March 28, 1964
    Written by John Lucarotti
    Directed by Waris Hussein
    Starring William Hartnell as The Doctor
    Podcasters: Doug and Kevin
    Audio Length: 49 mins


  • Small Update

    14 February 2011 (3:02am GMT)
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    Hi everyone! I'd just like to respond to the feedback we've been receiving lately, basically people clamouring for a well-deserved update! This is awesome... it lets us know that people out there are still interested in what Doug and I have created so far. I can't wait to get back to the trusty Doctor and his gang. To quote a poster: the Keys of Marinus await!

    I owe everyone a huge apology for the delay this time. Doug held his end of the bargain ages ago with editing our last episode so we could upload it as a nice Christmas present to you, and I have failed to be available for recording ever since. But--I proclaim that I have never lost sight of the show and now it's high time to make amends! There will be no false promises on specifics, but I do assure you, Marco Polo will come to a close VERY SOON! :-)

    Thank you all for your continued patience and support.


  • Small Update

    14 February 2011 (3:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

    Hi everyone! I'd just like to respond to the feedback we've been receiving lately, basically people clamouring for a well-deserved update! This is awesome... it lets us know that people out there are still interested in what Doug and I have created so far. I can't wait to get back to the trusty Doctor and his gang. To quote a poster: the Keys of Marinus await!

    I owe everyone a huge apology for the delay this time. Doug held his end of the bargain ages ago with editing our last episode so we could upload it as a nice Christmas present to you, and I have failed to be available for recording ever since. But--I proclaim that I have never lost sight of the show and now it's high time to make amends! There will be no false promises on specifics, but I do assure you, Marco Polo will come to a close VERY SOON! :-)

    Thank you all for your continued patience and support.


  • Episode 18: Rider from Shang-Tu

    25 December 2010 (5:04pm GMT)
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    Merry Christmas, everyone!  We are joined this week by Darcy and Holly to discuss the evil intents of Acomat.  Written by John Lucarotti.  Directed by Waris Hussein.  Original air date: March 21, 1964.  Audio length: 78 mins 9 secs.

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  • Episode 18: Rider from Shang-Tu

    25 December 2010 (5:04pm GMT)
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    Merry Christmas, everyone!  We are joined this week by Darcy and Holly to discuss the evil intents of Acomat.  Written by John Lucarotti.  Directed by Waris Hussein.  Original air date: March 21, 1964.  Audio length: 78 mins 9 secs.

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  • Happy Birthday Doctor Who!

    23 November 2010 (3:19pm GMT)
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    Kevin and I want to wish all you fans out there, noobs and old-timers alike, a happy 47th birthday today! We've still got a heck of a long way to go on our journey, but we're confident it'll be an exciting one, and hope you all stick with us.

    Doug


  • Happy Birthday Doctor Who!

    23 November 2010 (3:19pm GMT)
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    Kevin and I want to wish all you fans out there, noobs and old-timers alike, a happy 47th birthday today! We've still got a heck of a long way to go on our journey, but we're confident it'll be an exciting one, and hope you all stick with us.

    Doug


  • Episode 17: The Wall of Lies

    19 November 2010 (11:14pm GMT)
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    Tegana is up to more mischief this week while Marco Polo has a change of character.  Also, Barbara's fate is revealed.  Originally aired March 14, 1964.  Directed by John Crockett.  Written by John Lucarotti.  Audio length: 59 mins 51 secs.

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  • Episode 17: The Wall of Lies

    19 November 2010 (11:14pm GMT)
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    Tegana is up to more mischief this week while Marco Polo has a change of character.  Also, Barbara's fate is revealed.  Originally aired March 14, 1964.  Directed by John Crockett.  Written by John Lucarotti.  Audio length: 59 mins 51 secs.

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  • Episode 16: Five Hundred Eyes

    13 November 2010 (7:23pm GMT)
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    This week we look at the Doctor Who episode called "Five Hundred Eyes", or in some circles, "The Cave of Five Hundred Eyes".  Barbara secretly follows the warlord Tegana to the titular cave, which serves as a hideout for Nogai's minions.  Terrible developments unfold!  Originally aired March 7, 1964.  Written by John Lucarotti.  Directed by Waris Hussein.  Audio length: 62 mins 15 secs.

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  • Episode 16: Five Hundred Eyes

    13 November 2010 (7:23pm GMT)
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    This week we look at the Doctor Who episode called "Five Hundred Eyes", or in some circles, "The Cave of Five Hundred Eyes".  Barbara secretly follows the warlord Tegana to the titular cave, which serves as a hideout for Nogai's minions.  Terrible developments unfold!  Originally aired March 7, 1964.  Written by John Lucarotti.  Directed by Waris Hussein.  Audio length: 62 mins 15 secs.

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  • Notice of Slight Delay!

    26 October 2010 (2:51pm GMT)
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    Hi everyone. Just thought I'd jump in to tell you that Episode 16 will be delayed due solely to my schedule of shifted priorities this week. Apologies to the fans, and to Doug, for keeping everyone waiting!

    We still want to get back on track with regular Twhosday updates sometime in the near future, but please bear with us the next couple months in the meantime.

    Thanks!

    (Jumps in TARDIS and disappears.)


  • Notice of Slight Delay!

    26 October 2010 (1:51pm GMT)
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    Hi everyone. Just thought I'd jump in to tell you that Episode 16 will be delayed due solely to my schedule of shifted priorities this week. Apologies to the fans, and to Doug, for keeping everyone waiting!

    We still want to get back on track with regular Twhosday updates sometime in the near future, but please bear with us the next couple months in the meantime.

    Thanks!

    (Jumps in TARDIS and disappears.)


  • Episode 15: The Singing Sands

    22 October 2010 (4:24am GMT)
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    Two extremely special guests join us this week (for the first time!) to discuss the 2nd episode in the "Marco Polo" saga, "The Singing Sands".  Tune in to find out the relation.  This is our longest (and hopefully most engaging) podcast yet!  Episode starring Mark Eden as Marco Polo and William Hartnell as Doctor Who, originally aired February 29, 1964 (a leap day).  Audio length: 74 mins 46 secs.

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  • Episode 15: The Singing Sands

    22 October 2010 (3:24am GMT)
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    Two extremely special guests join us this week (for the first time!) to discuss the 2nd episode in the "Marco Polo" saga, "The Singing Sands".  Tune in to find out the relation.  This is our longest (and hopefully most engaging) podcast yet!  Episode starring Mark Eden as Marco Polo and William Hartnell as Doctor Who, originally aired February 29, 1964 (a leap day).  Audio length: 74 mins 46 secs.

    Stream | Download | iTunes


  • Episode 14: The Roof of the World

    14 October 2010 (10:21pm GMT)
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    THE MISSING EPISODES ARE HERE!!!  In Marco Polo, Part 1, Doug and Kevin take a look at (or is that a listen to?) the various audio and video reconstructions that exist for this first "lost" episode of Doctor Who.  (So for those of you who have inquired, yes, we are covering them!)  Tune in to hear what we have to say.  Originally aired February 22, 1964 and directed by Waris Hussein.  Starring William Hartnell as Doctor Who and Mark Eden as Marco Polo.  Audio length: 64 mins 27 secs.

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  • Episode 14: The Roof of the World

    14 October 2010 (9:21pm GMT)
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    THE MISSING EPISODES ARE HERE!!!  In Marco Polo, Part 1, Doug and Kevin take a look at (or is that a listen to?) the various audio and video reconstructions that exist for this first "lost" episode of Doctor Who.  (So for those of you who have inquired, yes, we are covering them!)  Tune in to hear what we have to say.  Originally aired February 22, 1964 and directed by Waris Hussein.  Starring William Hartnell as Doctor Who and Mark Eden as Marco Polo.  Audio length: 64 mins 27 secs.

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  • Episode 13: The Brink of Disaster

    10 October 2010 (2:07am GMT)
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    [Ed note: Our ship malfunctioned this week, much like the TARDIS, so we're a little late with the new episode.  But don't despair, we'll soon be back on track!  Thanks for the eager anticipation!]  In "The Brink of Disaster", strange things continue to happen aboard the TARDIS until an unlikely candidate realizes what the problem is.  Kevin dubs this episode "The Four Seasons" and explains what that's all about throughout the podcast.  Starring William Hartnell as Doctor Who, written by David Whitaker, directed by Frank Cox.  Originally aired February 15, 1964.  Audio length: 61 mins 46 secs.

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  • Episode 13: The Brink of Disaster

    10 October 2010 (1:07am GMT)
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    [Ed note: Our ship malfunctioned this week, much like the TARDIS, so we're a little late with the new episode.  But don't despair, we'll soon be back on track!  Thanks for the eager anticipation!]  In "The Brink of Disaster", strange things continue to happen aboard the TARDIS until an unlikely candidate realizes what the problem is.  Kevin dubs this episode "The Four Seasons" and explains what that's all about throughout the podcast.  Starring William Hartnell as Doctor Who, written by David Whitaker, directed by Frank Cox.  Originally aired February 15, 1964.  Audio length: 61 mins 46 secs.

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  • Episode 12: The Edge of Destruction

    28 September 2010 (9:44pm GMT)
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    Following their harrowing escape from the Daleks, the four time-and-space travellers are rocked by a sudden explosion to their ship, the TARDIS, and then strange events start to occur.  It's an interesting departure from what we've seen in previous episodes thus far.  Doug and Kevin seem to have different takes on the episode this week.  Also, Doug drops a Salvador Dali reference and Kevin is totally clueless!  Originally aired February 8, 1964.  Directed by Richard Martin, written by David Whitaker.  Audio length:  61 mins 49 secs.

    Stream - http://blip.tv/file/4177866
    Download - http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode12TheEdgeOfDestruction320.mp3
    iTunes -  http://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-who-noobs/id382273310


  • Episode 12: The Edge of Destruction

    28 September 2010 (8:44pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Following their harrowing escape from the Daleks, the four time-and-space travellers are rocked by a sudden explosion to their ship, the TARDIS, and then strange events start to occur.  It's an interesting departure from what we've seen in previous episodes thus far.  Doug and Kevin seem to have different takes on the episode this week.  Also, Doug drops a Salvador Dali reference and Kevin is totally clueless!  Originally aired February 8, 1964.  Directed by Richard Martin, written by David Whitaker.  Audio length:  61 mins 49 secs.

    Stream - http://blip.tv/file/4177866
    Download - http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode12TheEdgeOfDestruction320.mp3
    iTunes -  http://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-who-noobs/id382273310


  • Episode 11: The Rescue

    21 September 2010 (3:13pm GMT)
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    Feeling bored today?  It's Who Noobs to the rescue!  That's right, this week we are covering Episode 11 of Doctor Who, which happens to be called "The Rescue"!  This is the story where the Doctor and Susan are captured by the Daleks, and Barbara and Ian come to the rescue!  With a super-special appearance by Johnny Cash.  What am I talking about, you say?  Well... tune in to find out!  Originally aired February 1, 1964, directed by Richard Martin.  Audio length: 53 mins 14 secs.

    Stream - http://blip.tv/file/4148243
    Download - http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode11TheRescue610.mp3


  • Episode 11: The Rescue

    21 September 2010 (2:13pm GMT)
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    Feeling bored today?  It's Who Noobs to the rescue!  That's right, this week we are covering Episode 11 of Doctor Who, which happens to be called "The Rescue"!  This is the story where the Doctor and Susan are captured by the Daleks, and Barbara and Ian come to the rescue!  With a super-special appearance by Johnny Cash.  What am I talking about, you say?  Well... tune in to find out!  Originally aired February 1, 1964, directed by Richard Martin.  Audio length: 53 mins 14 secs.

    Stream - http://blip.tv/file/4148243
    Download - http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode11TheRescue610.mp3


  • Episode 10: The Ordeal

    14 September 2010 (5:57pm GMT)
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    Ian, Ganatus, and Barbara journey through the mountains of Skaro, much to the behest of Antodus.  Meanwhile, the Doctor and Susan vandalize sensitive equipment, and pay dearly for their crimes.  Originally aired January 25, 1964.  Written by Terry Nation and directed by Richard Martin.  Audio length: 37 mins 35 secs.

    Stream - http://blip.tv/file/4120445
    Download - http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode10TheOrdeal973.mp3


  • Episode 10: The Ordeal

    14 September 2010 (4:57pm GMT)
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    Ian, Ganatus, and Barbara journey through the mountains of Skaro, much to the behest of Antodus.  Meanwhile, the Doctor and Susan vandalize sensitive equipment, and pay dearly for their crimes.  Originally aired January 25, 1964.  Written by Terry Nation and directed by Richard Martin.  Audio length: 37 mins 35 secs.

    Stream - http://blip.tv/file/4120445
    Download - http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode10TheOrdeal973.mp3


  • Episode 9: The Expedition

    7 September 2010 (5:25pm GMT)
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    This week, Ganatus takes Barbara on a date through the murky swamps of Skaro.  Originally aired January 18, 1964.  Starring William Hartnell as the Doctor, directed by Christopher Barry.  Audio length: 46 mins 16 secs.

    Stream - http://blip.tv/file/4092909
    Download - http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode9TheExpedition224.mp3


  • Episode 9: The Expedition

    7 September 2010 (4:25pm GMT)
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    This week, Ganatus takes Barbara on a date through the murky swamps of Skaro.  Originally aired January 18, 1964.  Starring William Hartnell as the Doctor, directed by Christopher Barry.  Audio length: 46 mins 16 secs.

    Stream - http://blip.tv/file/4092909
    Download - http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode9TheExpedition224.mp3


  • Episode 8: The Ambush

    31 August 2010 (3:56pm GMT)
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    We're back this week with Episode 8: The Ambush!  Just what is that young man, Ian Chesterton, up to this week?  Hmm?  Tune in to find out!  Originally aired January 11, 1964.  Written by Terry Nation and directed by Christopher Barry.  Audio length: 52 mins 23 seconds.

    Stream - http://blip.tv/file/4066763
    Download - http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode8TheAmbush676.mp3


  • Episode 8: The Ambush

    31 August 2010 (2:56pm GMT)
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    We're back this week with Episode 8: The Ambush!  Just what is that young man, Ian Chesterton, up to this week?  Hmm?  Tune in to find out!  Originally aired January 11, 1964.  Written by Terry Nation and directed by Christopher Barry.  Audio length: 52 mins 23 seconds.

    Stream - http://blip.tv/file/4066763
    Download - http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode8TheAmbush676.mp3


  • Episode 7: The Escape

    24 August 2010 (4:28am GMT)
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    Can Barbara, Ian, Susan, and the Doctor escape from the evil clutches of the Daleks?  And, who are these mysterious "Thal" creatures?  Find out by listening!  Written by Terry Nation, directed by Richard Martin, starring William Hartnell as the Doctor.  Originally aired January 4, 1964.  Audio length: 61 mins 53 secs.

    Stream - http://blip.tv/file/4038292
    Download - http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode7TheEscape157.mp3


  • Episode 7: The Escape

    24 August 2010 (3:28am GMT)
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    Can Barbara, Ian, Susan, and the Doctor escape from the evil clutches of the Daleks?  And, who are these mysterious "Thal" creatures?  Find out by listening!  Written by Terry Nation, directed by Richard Martin, starring William Hartnell as the Doctor.  Originally aired January 4, 1964.  Audio length: 61 mins 53 secs.

    Stream - http://blip.tv/file/4038292
    Download - http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode7TheEscape157.mp3


  • Episode 6: The Survivors

    17 August 2010 (5:22pm GMT)
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    We're back this week with the second episode in "The Daleks" serial, entitled "The Survivors".  This is the sixth episode in total so far, and originally aired December 28, 1963.  Starring William Hartnell as Doctor Who, written by Terry Nation, directed by Christopher Barry.  In this week's episode, Doctor Who, Ian, and Susan go looking for the missing Barbara in the strange "dead" city.  Before they can reconvene with Barbara, however, they run into an unforeseen, terrible adversary....  Audio length: 55 mins 39 secs.

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    http://blip.tv/file/4014649

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    http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode6TheSurvivors639.mp3


  • Episode 6: The Survivors

    17 August 2010 (4:22pm GMT)
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    We're back this week with the second episode in "The Daleks" serial, entitled "The Survivors".  This is the sixth episode in total so far, and originally aired December 28, 1963.  Starring William Hartnell as Doctor Who, written by Terry Nation, directed by Christopher Barry.  In this week's episode, Doctor Who, Ian, and Susan go looking for the missing Barbara in the strange "dead" city.  Before they can reconvene with Barbara, however, they run into an unforeseen, terrible adversary....  Audio length: 55 mins 39 secs.

    Stream
    http://blip.tv/file/4014649

    Download
    http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode6TheSurvivors639.mp3


  • Episode 5: The Dead Planet

    10 August 2010 (9:30am GMT)
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    The TARDIS warps to a new planet which appears to be "dead", but as Susan soon discovers, it doesn't quite seem the case!  Written by Terry Nation, directed by Christopher Barry, starring William Hartnell as The Doctor.  Originally aired December 21, 1963.  This may be our best podcast yet!  Audio length: 50 mins 30 secs.

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    http://blip.tv/file/3987755

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    http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode5TheDeadPlanet391.mp3


  • Episode 5: The Dead Planet

    10 August 2010 (8:30am GMT)
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    The TARDIS warps to a new planet which appears to be "dead", but as Susan soon discovers, it doesn't quite seem the case!  Written by Terry Nation, directed by Christopher Barry, starring William Hartnell as The Doctor.  Originally aired December 21, 1963.  This may be our best podcast yet!  Audio length: 50 mins 30 secs.

    Stream
    http://blip.tv/file/3987755

    Download
    http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode5TheDeadPlanet391.mp3


  • Episode 4: The Firemaker

    3 August 2010 (11:32am GMT)
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    The finale to "An Unearthly Child", originally aired December 14, 1963.  Written by Anthony Coburn, directed by Waris Hussein, starring William Hartnell as Dr. Who.  Audio length: 41 min 22 secs.  

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    http://blip.tv/file/3959981

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    http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode4TheFiremaker986.mp3


  • Episode 4: The Firemaker

    3 August 2010 (10:32am GMT)
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    The finale to "An Unearthly Child", originally aired December 14, 1963.  Written by Anthony Coburn, directed by Waris Hussein, starring William Hartnell as Dr. Who.  Audio length: 41 min 22 secs.  

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    http://blip.tv/file/3959981

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    http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode4TheFiremaker986.mp3


  • Episode 3: The Forest of Fear

    27 July 2010 (6:34am GMT)
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    This week the TARDIS crew members travel through "The Forest of Fear", in Episode 3 of Doctor Who.  Original airdate: December 7, 1963.  Starring William Hartnell as The Doctor.  Audio length: 48 mins 31 secs.

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    http://blip.tv/file/3931635

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    http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode3TheForestOfFear454.mp3


  • Episode 3: The Forest of Fear

    27 July 2010 (5:34am GMT)
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    This week the TARDIS crew members travel through "The Forest of Fear", in Episode 3 of Doctor Who.  Original airdate: December 7, 1963.  Starring William Hartnell as The Doctor.  Audio length: 48 mins 31 secs.

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    http://blip.tv/file/3931635

    Download
    http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode3TheForestOfFear454.mp3


  • Episode 2: The Cave of Skulls

    20 July 2010 (4:09am GMT)
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    Doctor 'Twhosday' has arrived!  This week we cover the second classic Doctor Who episode, entitled "The Cave of Skulls".  The Doctor, Susan, Ian, and Barbara travel back to prehistoric times and find themselves encumbered by a "fiery" situation!  "The Cave of Skulls" was written by Anthony Coburn, directed by Waris Hussein, and originally aired November 30, 1963 on BBC.  This week, Doug provides the episode recap while Kevin adds commentary. Audio length: 35 min 01 sec.

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    http://blip.tv/file/3903245

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    http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode2866.mp3


  • Episode 2: The Cave of Skulls

    20 July 2010 (3:09am GMT)
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    Doctor 'Twhosday' has arrived!  This week we cover the second classic Doctor Who episode, entitled "The Cave of Skulls".  The Doctor, Susan, Ian, and Barbara travel back to prehistoric times and find themselves encumbered by a "fiery" situation!  "The Cave of Skulls" was written by Anthony Coburn, directed by Waris Hussein, and originally aired November 30, 1963 on BBC.  This week, Doug provides the episode recap while Kevin adds commentary. Audio length: 35 min 01 sec.

    Stream
    http://blip.tv/file/3903245

    Download
    http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode2866.mp3


  • Episode 1: An Unearthly Child ("IT'S ALIVE!!!")

    13 July 2010 (8:34am GMT)
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    Our very first podcast is now alive!  We cover the debut episode, "An Unearthly Child".  Starring William Hartnell as Doctor Who, written by Anthony Coburn, directed by Waris Hussein.  Originally aired November 23, 1963.  Audio length: 47 min 09 sec.

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    http://blip.tv/file/3874246

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    http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode1515.mp3


  • Episode 1: An Unearthly Child ("IT'S ALIVE!!!")

    13 July 2010 (7:34am GMT)
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    Our very first podcast is now alive!  We cover the debut episode, "An Unearthly Child".  Starring William Hartnell as Doctor Who, written by Anthony Coburn, directed by Waris Hussein.  Originally aired November 23, 1963.  Audio length: 47 min 09 sec.

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    http://blip.tv/file/3874246

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    http://blip.tv/file/get/Whonoobs-TheWhoNoobsEpisode1515.mp3


 
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