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42 To Doomsday

42 To Doomsday
Description:
42 To Doomsday - the Doctor Who podcast. 100% chat 100% of the time (mostly...)

Homepage: http://42todoomsday.wordpress.com/

RSS Feed: http://42todoomsday.hipcast.com/rss/42_to_doomsday.xml

42 To Doomsday Statistics
Episodes:
840
Average Episode Duration:
0:1:18:38
Longest Episode Duration:
0:2:19:45
Total Duration of all Episodes:
45 days, 20 hours, 58 minutes and 19 seconds
Earliest Episode:
11 August 2013 (5:19am GMT)
Latest Episode:
21 January 2022 (10:50am GMT)
Average Time Between Episodes:
3 days, 16 hours, 8 minutes and 57 seconds

42 To Doomsday Episodes

  • 42 to Doomsday - Intl. Court of Dr Who Crimes

    13 August 2015 (11:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 46 minutes and 59 seconds

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    Episode 41 – The two angriest men in Doctor Who podcasting are back and this time we put the show itself on trial. The crime? Greatest production mistakes ever! What crimes is the show guilty of which one will hang the highest? All this plus Colin-gate and an overdue mailbag bursting at the seams!



  • 42 to Doomsday - Intl. Court of Dr Who Crimes

    13 August 2015 (11:24pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 46 minutes and 59 seconds

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    Episode 41 – The two angriest men in Doctor Who podcasting are back and this time we put the show itself on trial. The crime? Greatest production mistakes ever! What crimes is the show guilty of which one will hang the highest? All this plus Colin-gate and an overdue mailbag bursting at the seams!



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Omni-Rumourist

    24 July 2015 (6:02pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 20 minutes and 49 seconds

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  • 42 to Doomsday - The Omni-Rumourist

    24 July 2015 (6:02pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 20 minutes and 49 seconds

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  • 42 to Doomsday - The Omni-Rumourist

    24 July 2015 (3:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 20 minutes and 49 seconds

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    Episode 40 - The Omni rumour is now the subject of a book! Rob and Mark speak with Dave Hoskin, journalist and author of the forthcoming tome 'Chasing Shadows' from Obverse Books. The book will look at the impact of the omnirumour on Doctor Who fandom in the internet age, as well as examining some of the rumours themselves. All this and make sure you listen to the end where we unveil a brief archival blast from the past featuring everyone's favourite goldfish love, Professor Zaroff! More information on Obverse books can be found at http://obversebooks.co.uk/



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Omni-Rumourist

    24 July 2015 (3:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 20 minutes and 49 seconds

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    Episode 40 - The Omni rumour is now the subject of a book! Rob and Mark speak with Dave Hoskin, journalist and author of the forthcoming tome 'Chasing Shadows' from Obverse Books. The book will look at the impact of the omnirumour on Doctor Who fandom in the internet age, as well as examining some of the rumours themselves. All this and make sure you listen to the end where we unveil a brief archival blast from the past featuring everyone's favourite goldfish love, Professor Zaroff! More information on Obverse books can be found at http://obversebooks.co.uk/



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Omni-Rumourist

    24 July 2015 (3:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 20 minutes and 49 seconds

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    Episode 40 - The Omni rumour is now the subject of a book! Rob and Mark speak with Dave Hoskin, journalist and author of the forthcoming tome 'Chasing Shadows' from Obverse Books. The book will look at the impact of the omnirumour on Doctor Who fandom in the internet age, as well as examining some of the rumours themselves. All this and make sure you listen to the end where we unveil a brief archival blast from the past featuring everyone's favourite goldfish love, Professor Zaroff! More information on Obverse books can be found at http://obversebooks.co.uk/



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Omni-Rumourist

    24 July 2015 (3:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 20 minutes and 49 seconds

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    Episode 40 - The Omni rumour is now the subject of a book! Rob and Mark speak with Dave Hoskin, journalist and author of the forthcoming tome 'Chasing Shadows' from Obverse Books. The book will look at the impact of the omnirumour on Doctor Who fandom in the internet age, as well as examining some of the rumours themselves. All this and make sure you listen to the end where we unveil a brief archival blast from the past featuring everyone’s favourite goldfish love, Professor Zaroff! More information on Obverse books can be found at http://obversebooks.co.uk/



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Omni-Rumourist

    24 July 2015 (3:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 20 minutes and 49 seconds

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    Episode 40 - The Omni rumour is now the subject of a book! Rob and Mark speak with Dave Hoskin, journalist and author of the forthcoming tome 'Chasing Shadows' from Obverse Books. The book will look at the impact of the omnirumour on Doctor Who fandom in the internet age, as well as examining some of the rumours themselves. All this and make sure you listen to the end where we unveil a brief archival blast from the past featuring everyone’s favourite goldfish love, Professor Zaroff! More information on Obverse books can be found at http://obversebooks.co.uk/



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Omni-Rumourist

    24 July 2015 (3:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 20 minutes and 49 seconds

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    Episode 40 - The Omni rumour is now the subject of a book! Rob and Mark speak with Dave Hoskin, journalist and author of the forthcoming tome 'Chasing Shadows' from Obverse Books. The book will look at the impact of the omnirumour on Doctor Who fandom in the internet age, as well as examining some of the rumours themselves. All this and make sure you listen to the end where we unveil a brief archival blast from the past featuring everyone’s favourite goldfish love, Professor Zaroff! More information on Obverse books can be found at http://obversebooks.co.uk/



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Omni-Rumourist

    24 July 2015 (3:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 20 minutes and 49 seconds

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    Episode 40 - The Omni rumour is now the subject of a book! Rob and Mark speak with Dave Hoskin, journalist and author of the forthcoming tome 'Chasing Shadows' from Obverse Books. The book will look at the impact of the omnirumour on Doctor Who fandom in the internet age, as well as examining some of the rumours themselves. All this and make sure you listen to the end where we unveil a brief archival blast from the past featuring everyone’s favourite goldfish love, Professor Zaroff! More information on Obverse books can be found at http://obversebooks.co.uk/



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Fanzine Menace

    12 July 2015 (10:02pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 54 minutes and 31 seconds

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  • 42 to Doomsday - The Fanzine Menace

    12 July 2015 (10:02pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 54 minutes and 31 seconds

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  • 42 to Doomsday - The Fanzine Menace

    12 July 2015 (7:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 54 minutes and 31 seconds

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    Episode 39 - Before podcasts, before cosplay, before the discovery of time travel, there was...NOTHING! Well, not entirely. In ye olden days, when fans went to meetings riding on the backs of pterodactyls there was...the (PAPER) FANZINE! Within those hallowed and now yellowed pages, fans would gather together in a papery, non-digital environment to express their ideas, love (and hate - some things will never change!) about the show. One of the very best of these was none other than TSV, the august fanzine from across the ditch in New Zealand. Mark and Rob chat with TSV editor Paul Scoones. In between bouts of inhaling duplicator fumes, we reminisce about producing fanzines before and after desktop publishing era. We examine how some contributors ascended to the realm of the professional novelist and put the internet in the dock for once again killing something that is fine and previous - damn its eyes! Plus we also touch on Doctor Who comics and Paul's definitive history of them in his book and his involvement in the recovery of The Lion and his work on the DVD Production notes. Paul Scoones's website: Features a blog and additional pages with details about the Comic Strip Companion and the DVD production information text. www.paulscoones.com TSV / New Zealand Doctor Who Fan Club: Includes Archive section featuring material from many past issues of TSV, and the fan novelisations. The discussion forum is still active. www.doctorwho.org.nz Retrospace Sci-Fi Collectables: Auckland-based shop (with shipping worldwide) owned and managed by Paul and his wife Rochelle. www.retrospace.co.nz The Comic Strip Companion 1964-1979: Paul's book about early Doctor Who comics, available from Telos Publishing www.telos.co.uk/product/the-comic-strip-companion-1964-1979/



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Fanzine Menace

    12 July 2015 (7:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 54 minutes and 31 seconds

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    Episode 39 - Before podcasts, before cosplay, before the discovery of time travel, there was...NOTHING! Well, not entirely. In ye olden days, when fans went to meetings riding on the backs of pterodactyls there was...the (PAPER) FANZINE! Within those hallowed and now yellowed pages, fans would gather together in a papery, non-digital environment to express their ideas, love (and hate - some things will never change!) about the show. One of the very best of these was none other than TSV, the august fanzine from across the ditch in New Zealand. Mark and Rob chat with TSV editor Paul Scoones. In between bouts of inhaling duplicator fumes, we reminisce about producing fanzines before and after desktop publishing era. We examine how some contributors ascended to the realm of the professional novelist and put the internet in the dock for once again killing something that is fine and previous - damn its eyes! Plus we also touch on Doctor Who comics and Paul's definitive history of them in his book and his involvement in the recovery of The Lion and his work on the DVD Production notes. Paul Scoones's website: Features a blog and additional pages with details about the Comic Strip Companion and the DVD production information text. www.paulscoones.com TSV / New Zealand Doctor Who Fan Club: Includes Archive section featuring material from many past issues of TSV, and the fan novelisations. The discussion forum is still active. www.doctorwho.org.nz Retrospace Sci-Fi Collectables: Auckland-based shop (with shipping worldwide) owned and managed by Paul and his wife Rochelle. www.retrospace.co.nz The Comic Strip Companion 1964-1979: Paul's book about early Doctor Who comics, available from Telos Publishing www.telos.co.uk/product/the-comic-strip-companion-1964-1979/



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Fanzine Menace

    12 July 2015 (7:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 54 minutes and 31 seconds

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    Episode 39 - Before podcasts, before cosplay, before the discovery of time travel, there was...NOTHING! Well, not entirely. In ye olden days, when fans went to meetings riding on the backs of pterodactyls there was...the (PAPER) FANZINE! Within those hallowed and now yellowed pages, fans would gather together in a papery, non-digital environment to express their ideas, love (and hate - some things will never change!) about the show. One of the very best of these was none other than TSV, the august fanzine from across the ditch in New Zealand. Mark and Rob chat with TSV editor Paul Scoones. In between bouts of inhaling duplicator fumes, we reminisce about producing fanzines before and after desktop publishing era. We examine how some contributors ascended to the realm of the professional novelist and put the internet in the dock for once again killing something that is fine and previous - damn its eyes! Plus we also touch on Doctor Who comics and Paul's definitive history of them in his book and his involvement in the recovery of The Lion and his work on the DVD Production notes. Paul Scoones's website: Features a blog and additional pages with details about the Comic Strip Companion and the DVD production information text. www.paulscoones.com TSV / New Zealand Doctor Who Fan Club: Includes Archive section featuring material from many past issues of TSV, and the fan novelisations. The discussion forum is still active. www.doctorwho.org.nz Retrospace Sci-Fi Collectables: Auckland-based shop (with shipping worldwide) owned and managed by Paul and his wife Rochelle. www.retrospace.co.nz The Comic Strip Companion 1964-1979: Paul's book about early Doctor Who comics, available from Telos Publishing www.telos.co.uk/product/the-comic-strip-companion-1964-1979/



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Fanzine Menace

    12 July 2015 (7:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 54 minutes and 31 seconds

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    Episode 39 - Before podcasts, before cosplay, before the discovery of time travel, there was…NOTHING! Well, not entirely. In ye olden days, when fans went to meetings riding on the backs of pterodactyls there was…the (PAPER) FANZINE! Within those hallowed and now yellowed pages, fans would gather together in a papery, non-digital environment to express their ideas, love (and hate – some things will never change!) about the show. One of the very best of these was none other than TSV, the august fanzine from across the ditch in New Zealand. Mark and Rob chat with TSV editor Paul Scoones. In between bouts of inhaling duplicator fumes, we reminisce about producing fanzines before and after desktop publishing era. We examine how some contributors ascended to the realm of the professional novelist and put the internet in the dock for once again killing something that is fine and previous – damn its eyes! Plus we also touch on Doctor Who comics and Paul's definitive history of them in his book and his involvement in the recovery of The Lion and his work on the DVD Production notes. Paul Scoones's website: Features a blog and additional pages with details about the Comic Strip Companion and the DVD production information text. www.paulscoones.com TSV / New Zealand Doctor Who Fan Club: Includes Archive section featuring material from many past issues of TSV, and the fan novelisations. The discussion forum is still active. www.doctorwho.org.nz Retrospace Sci-Fi Collectables: Auckland-based shop (with shipping worldwide) owned and managed by Paul and his wife Rochelle. www.retrospace.co.nz The Comic Strip Companion 1964-1979: Paul's book about early Doctor Who comics, available from Telos Publishing www.telos.co.uk/product/the-comic-strip-companion-1964-1979/



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Fanzine Menace

    12 July 2015 (7:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 54 minutes and 31 seconds

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    Episode 39 - Before podcasts, before cosplay, before the discovery of time travel, there was…NOTHING! Well, not entirely. In ye olden days, when fans went to meetings riding on the backs of pterodactyls there was…the (PAPER) FANZINE! Within those hallowed and now yellowed pages, fans would gather together in a papery, non-digital environment to express their ideas, love (and hate – some things will never change!) about the show. One of the very best of these was none other than TSV, the august fanzine from across the ditch in New Zealand. Mark and Rob chat with TSV editor Paul Scoones. In between bouts of inhaling duplicator fumes, we reminisce about producing fanzines before and after desktop publishing era. We examine how some contributors ascended to the realm of the professional novelist and put the internet in the dock for once again killing something that is fine and previous – damn its eyes! Plus we also touch on Doctor Who comics and Paul's definitive history of them in his book and his involvement in the recovery of The Lion and his work on the DVD Production notes. Paul Scoones's website: Features a blog and additional pages with details about the Comic Strip Companion and the DVD production information text. www.paulscoones.com TSV / New Zealand Doctor Who Fan Club: Includes Archive section featuring material from many past issues of TSV, and the fan novelisations. The discussion forum is still active. www.doctorwho.org.nz Retrospace Sci-Fi Collectables: Auckland-based shop (with shipping worldwide) owned and managed by Paul and his wife Rochelle. www.retrospace.co.nz The Comic Strip Companion 1964-1979: Paul's book about early Doctor Who comics, available from Telos Publishing www.telos.co.uk/product/the-comic-strip-companion-1964-1979/



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Fanzine Menace

    12 July 2015 (7:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 54 minutes and 31 seconds

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    Episode 39 - Before podcasts, before cosplay, before the discovery of time travel, there was…NOTHING! Well, not entirely. In ye olden days, when fans went to meetings riding on the backs of pterodactyls there was…the (PAPER) FANZINE! Within those hallowed and now yellowed pages, fans would gather together in a papery, non-digital environment to express their ideas, love (and hate – some things will never change!) about the show. One of the very best of these was none other than TSV, the august fanzine from across the ditch in New Zealand. Mark and Rob chat with TSV editor Paul Scoones. In between bouts of inhaling duplicator fumes, we reminisce about producing fanzines before and after desktop publishing era. We examine how some contributors ascended to the realm of the professional novelist and put the internet in the dock for once again killing something that is fine and previous – damn its eyes! Plus we also touch on Doctor Who comics and Paul's definitive history of them in his book and his involvement in the recovery of The Lion and his work on the DVD Production notes. Paul Scoones's website: Features a blog and additional pages with details about the Comic Strip Companion and the DVD production information text. www.paulscoones.com TSV / New Zealand Doctor Who Fan Club: Includes Archive section featuring material from many past issues of TSV, and the fan novelisations. The discussion forum is still active. www.doctorwho.org.nz Retrospace Sci-Fi Collectables: Auckland-based shop (with shipping worldwide) owned and managed by Paul and his wife Rochelle. www.retrospace.co.nz The Comic Strip Companion 1964-1979: Paul's book about early Doctor Who comics, available from Telos Publishing www.telos.co.uk/product/the-comic-strip-companion-1964-1979/



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Fanzine Menace

    12 July 2015 (7:02am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 54 minutes and 31 seconds

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    Episode 39 - Before podcasts, before cosplay, before the discovery of time travel, there was…NOTHING! Well, not entirely. In ye olden days, when fans went to meetings riding on the backs of pterodactyls there was…the (PAPER) FANZINE! Within those hallowed and now yellowed pages, fans would gather together in a papery, non-digital environment to express their ideas, love (and hate – some things will never change!) about the show. One of the very best of these was none other than TSV, the august fanzine from across the ditch in New Zealand. Mark and Rob chat with TSV editor Paul Scoones. In between bouts of inhaling duplicator fumes, we reminisce about producing fanzines before and after desktop publishing era. We examine how some contributors ascended to the realm of the professional novelist and put the internet in the dock for once again killing something that is fine and previous – damn its eyes! Plus we also touch on Doctor Who comics and Paul's definitive history of them in his book and his involvement in the recovery of The Lion and his work on the DVD Production notes. Paul Scoones's website: Features a blog and additional pages with details about the Comic Strip Companion and the DVD production information text. www.paulscoones.com TSV / New Zealand Doctor Who Fan Club: Includes Archive section featuring material from many past issues of TSV, and the fan novelisations. The discussion forum is still active. www.doctorwho.org.nz Retrospace Sci-Fi Collectables: Auckland-based shop (with shipping worldwide) owned and managed by Paul and his wife Rochelle. www.retrospace.co.nz The Comic Strip Companion 1964-1979: Paul's book about early Doctor Who comics, available from Telos Publishing www.telos.co.uk/product/the-comic-strip-companion-1964-1979/



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Four Mouthketeers

    21 June 2015 (11:54pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 2 hours, 8 minutes and 17 seconds

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  • 42 to Doomsday - The Four Mouthketeers

    21 June 2015 (11:54pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 2 hours, 8 minutes and 17 seconds

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  • 42 to Doomsday - The Four Mouthketeers

    21 June 2015 (8:54am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 2 hours, 8 minutes and 17 seconds

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    Episode 38 - In this very special 'unplugged' edition of 42 to Doomsday, the four smartest Doctor Who fans south of the equator get together to grapple with many of the pressing issues gripping fandom today. With special guests Richard Nolan and Dave Kitchen, Mark and Rob dive deep into the classic and new series, take a peek at UK politics, Steven Moffat OBEs impact on the show, the Omni-Rumour, destroy the Paternoster Gang with sledgehammer brutality and we reminiscence about what the ABC used to show before Doctor Who. Is Missy the great Missy-ed opportunity and is Doctor Who's future on Netflix? and we ask the question that fandom never knew it wanted answered - behind that benign mask, is the Second Doctor a cackling serial killer?



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Four Mouthketeers

    21 June 2015 (8:54am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 2 hours, 8 minutes and 17 seconds

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    Episode 38 - In this very special 'unplugged' edition of 42 to Doomsday, the four smartest Doctor Who fans south of the equator get together to grapple with many of the pressing issues gripping fandom today. With special guests Richard Nolan and Dave Kitchen, Mark and Rob dive deep into the classic and new series, take a peek at UK politics, Steven Moffat OBEs impact on the show, the Omni-Rumour, destroy the Paternoster Gang with sledgehammer brutality and we reminiscence about what the ABC used to show before Doctor Who. Is Missy the great Missy-ed opportunity and is Doctor Who's future on Netflix? and we ask the question that fandom never knew it wanted answered - behind that benign mask, is the Second Doctor a cackling serial killer?



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Four Mouthketeers

    21 June 2015 (8:54am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 2 hours, 8 minutes and 17 seconds

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    Episode 38 - In this very special 'unplugged' edition of 42 to Doomsday, the four smartest Doctor Who fans south of the equator get together to grapple with many of the pressing issues gripping fandom today. With special guests Richard Nolan and Dave Kitchen, Mark and Rob dive deep into the classic and new series, take a peek at UK politics, Steven Moffat OBEs impact on the show, the Omni-Rumour, destroy the Paternoster Gang with sledgehammer brutality and we reminiscence about what the ABC used to show before Doctor Who. Is Missy the great Missy-ed opportunity and is Doctor Who's future on Netflix? and we ask the question that fandom never knew it wanted answered - behind that benign mask, is the Second Doctor a cackling serial killer?



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Four Mouthketeers

    21 June 2015 (8:54am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 2 hours, 8 minutes and 17 seconds

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    Episode 38 - In this very special 'unplugged' edition of 42 to Doomsday, the four smartest Doctor Who fans south of the equator get together to grapple with many of the pressing issues gripping fandom today. With special guests Richard Nolan and Dave Kitchen, Mark and Rob dive deep into the classic and new series, take a peek at UK politics, Steven Moffat OBEs impact on the show, the Omni-Rumour, destroy the Paternoster Gang with sledgehammer brutality and we reminiscence about what the ABC used to show before Doctor Who. Is Missy the great Missy-ed opportunity and is Doctor Who's future on Netflix? and we ask the question that fandom never knew it wanted answered - behind that benign mask, is the Second Doctor a cackling serial killer?



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Four Mouthketeers

    21 June 2015 (8:54am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 2 hours, 8 minutes and 17 seconds

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    Episode 38 - In this very special 'unplugged' edition of 42 to Doomsday, the four smartest Doctor Who fans south of the equator get together to grapple with many of the pressing issues gripping fandom today. With special guests Richard Nolan and Dave Kitchen, Mark and Rob dive deep into the classic and new series, take a peek at UK politics, Steven Moffat OBEs impact on the show, the Omni-Rumour, destroy the Paternoster Gang with sledgehammer brutality and we reminiscence about what the ABC used to show before Doctor Who. Is Missy the great Missy-ed opportunity and is Doctor Who's future on Netflix? and we ask the question that fandom never knew it wanted answered - behind that benign mask, is the Second Doctor a cackling serial killer?



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Four Mouthketeers

    21 June 2015 (8:54am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 2 hours, 8 minutes and 17 seconds

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    Episode 38 - In this very special 'unplugged' edition of 42 to Doomsday, the four smartest Doctor Who fans south of the equator get together to grapple with many of the pressing issues gripping fandom today. With special guests Richard Nolan and Dave Kitchen, Mark and Rob dive deep into the classic and new series, take a peek at UK politics, Steven Moffat OBEs impact on the show, the Omni-Rumour, destroy the Paternoster Gang with sledgehammer brutality and we reminiscence about what the ABC used to show before Doctor Who. Is Missy the great Missy-ed opportunity and is Doctor Who's future on Netflix? and we ask the question that fandom never knew it wanted answered - behind that benign mask, is the Second Doctor a cackling serial killer?



  • 42 to Doomsday - The Four Mouthketeers

    21 June 2015 (8:54am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 2 hours, 8 minutes and 17 seconds

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    Episode 38 - In this very special 'unplugged' edition of 42 to Doomsday, the four smartest Doctor Who fans south of the equator get together to grapple with many of the pressing issues gripping fandom today. With special guests Richard Nolan and Dave Kitchen, Mark and Rob dive deep into the classic and new series, take a peek at UK politics, Steven Moffat OBEs impact on the show, the Omni-Rumour, destroy the Paternoster Gang with sledgehammer brutality and we reminiscence about what the ABC used to show before Doctor Who. Is Missy the great Missy-ed opportunity and is Doctor Who's future on Netflix? and we ask the question that fandom never knew it wanted answered - behind that benign mask, is the Second Doctor a cackling serial killer?



  • 42 to Doomsday - Dragged from the Archives

    4 June 2015 (2:08am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 29 minutes and 32 seconds

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  • 42 to Doomsday - Dragged from the Archives

    4 June 2015 (2:08am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 29 minutes and 32 seconds

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  • 42 to Doomsday - Dragged from the Archives

    3 June 2015 (11:08am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 29 minutes and 32 seconds

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    Episode 37 - With the lack of any real news reminding us of the wilderness years, Mark talks about his experience at the Whoniverse convention and with Steven Moffatt staying around for Season 10 and does he now need to buy an Hawaiian shirt? As requested by two of our listeners we present a extended edition of our 'Dragged from the Archives' segment We dive headlong into the aftermath of Season 24 where bile and rage ensued but will your two trusty podcasters survive by the skin of their teeth ? All this plus readers letters and Mad Max: Fury Road!



  • 42 to Doomsday - Dragged from the Archives

    3 June 2015 (11:08am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 29 minutes and 32 seconds

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    Episode 37 - With the lack of any real news reminding us of the wilderness years, Mark talks about his experience at the Whoniverse convention and with Steven Moffatt staying around for Season 10 and does he now need to buy an Hawaiian shirt? As requested by two of our listeners we present a extended edition of our 'Dragged from the Archives' segment We dive headlong into the aftermath of Season 24 where bile and rage ensued but will your two trusty podcasters survive by the skin of their teeth ? All this plus readers letters and Mad Max: Fury Road!



  • 42 to Doomsday - Dragged from the Archives

    3 June 2015 (11:08am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 29 minutes and 32 seconds

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    Episode 37 - With the lack of any real news reminding us of the wilderness years, Mark talks about his experience at the Whoniverse convention and with Steven Moffatt staying around for Season 10 and does he now need to buy an Hawaiian shirt? As requested by two of our listeners we present a extended edition of our 'Dragged from the Archives' segment We dive headlong into the aftermath of Season 24 where bile and rage ensued but will your two trusty podcasters survive by the skin of their teeth ? All this plus readers letters and Mad Max: Fury Road!



  • 42 to Doomsday - Dragged from the Archives

    3 June 2015 (11:08am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 29 minutes and 32 seconds

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    Episode 37 - With the lack of any real news reminding us of the wilderness years, Mark talks about his experience at the Whoniverse convention and with Steven Moffatt staying around for Season 10 and does he now need to buy an Hawaiian shirt? As requested by two of our listeners we present a extended edition of our 'Dragged from the Archives' segment We dive headlong into the aftermath of Season 24 where bile and rage ensued but will your two trusty podcasters survive by the skin of their teeth ? All this plus readers letters and Mad Max: Fury Road!



  • 42 to Doomsday - Dragged from the Archives

    3 June 2015 (11:08am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 29 minutes and 32 seconds

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    Episode 37 - With the lack of any real news reminding us of the wilderness years, Mark talks about his experience at the Whoniverse convention and with Steven Moffatt staying around for Season 10 and does he now need to buy an Hawaiian shirt? As requested by two of our listeners we present a extended edition of our 'Dragged from the Archives' segment We dive headlong into the aftermath of Season 24 where bile and rage ensued but will your two trusty podcasters survive by the skin of their teeth ? All this plus readers letters and Mad Max: Fury Road!



  • 42 to Doomsday - Dragged from the Archives

    3 June 2015 (11:08am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 29 minutes and 32 seconds

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    Episode 37 - With the lack of any real news reminding us of the wilderness years, Mark talks about his experience at the Whoniverse convention and with Steven Moffatt staying around for Season 10 and does he now need to buy an Hawaiian shirt? As requested by two of our listeners we present a extended edition of our 'Dragged from the Archives' segment We dive headlong into the aftermath of Season 24 where bile and rage ensued but will your two trusty podcasters survive by the skin of their teeth ? All this plus readers letters and Mad Max: Fury Road!



  • 42 to Doomsday - Dragged from the Archives

    3 June 2015 (11:08am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 29 minutes and 32 seconds

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    Episode 37 - With the lack of any real news reminding us of the wilderness years, Mark talks about his experience at the Whoniverse convention and with Steven Moffatt staying around for Season 10 and does he now need to buy an Hawaiian shirt? As requested by two of our listeners we present a extended edition of our 'Dragged from the Archives' segment We dive headlong into the aftermath of Season 24 where bile and rage ensued but will your two trusty podcasters survive by the skin of their teeth ? All this plus readers letters and Mad Max: Fury Road!



  • 42 to Doomsday - Number 5 is Alive !

    9 May 2015 (5:14pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 25 minutes and 1 second

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  • 42 to Doomsday - Number 5 is Alive !

    9 May 2015 (5:14pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 25 minutes and 1 second

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  • 42 to Doomsday - Number 5 is Alive !

    9 May 2015 (2:14am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 25 minutes and 1 second

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    Episode 36 - The Peter Davison era is revisited by Rob, Mark and special guest Jono from New Zealand's premier (and only) Doctor Who podcast Zeus Pod! We look back on the highs and lows of the era and try to determine if Caves is the only good story from the entire run and is our affection for the 5th Doctor's reign coloured by nostalgia? All this plus we subject Jono to 'Who Knows' and make sure you listen to the very end for a musical treat from that perennial favourite 'The 5 Doctors'



  • 42 to Doomsday - Number 5 is Alive !

    9 May 2015 (2:14am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 25 minutes and 1 second

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    Episode 36 - The Peter Davison era is revisited by Rob, Mark and special guest Jono from New Zealand's premier (and only) Doctor Who podcast Zeus Pod! We look back on the highs and lows of the era and try to determine if Caves is the only good story from the entire run and is our affection for the 5th Doctor's reign coloured by nostalgia? All this plus we subject Jono to 'Who Knows' and make sure you listen to the very end for a musical treat from that perennial favourite 'The 5 Doctors'



  • 42 to Doomsday - Number 5 is Alive !

    9 May 2015 (2:14am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 25 minutes and 1 second

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    Episode 36 - The Peter Davison era is revisited by Rob, Mark and special guest Jono from New Zealand's premier (and only) Doctor Who podcast Zeus Pod! We look back on the highs and lows of the era and try to determine if Caves is the only good story from the entire run and is our affection for the 5th Doctor's reign coloured by nostalgia? All this plus we subject Jono to 'Who Knows' and make sure you listen to the very end for a musical treat from that perennial favourite 'The 5 Doctors'



  • 42 to Doomsday - Number 5 is Alive !

    9 May 2015 (2:14am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 25 minutes and 1 second

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    Episode 36 – The Peter Davison era is revisited by Rob, Mark and special guest Jono from New Zealand’s premier (and only) Doctor Who podcast Zeus Pod! We look back on the highs and lows of the era and try to determine if Caves is the only good story from the entire run and is our affection for the 5th Doctor’s reign coloured by nostalgia? All this plus we subject Jono to ‘Who Knows’ and make sure you listen to the very end for a musical treat from that perennial favourite 'The 5 Doctors'



  • 42 to Doomsday - Number 5 is Alive !

    9 May 2015 (2:14am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 25 minutes and 1 second

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    Episode 36 – The Peter Davison era is revisited by Rob, Mark and special guest Jono from New Zealand’s premier (and only) Doctor Who podcast Zeus Pod! We look back on the highs and lows of the era and try to determine if Caves is the only good story from the entire run and is our affection for the 5th Doctor’s reign coloured by nostalgia? All this plus we subject Jono to ‘Who Knows’ and make sure you listen to the very end for a musical treat from that perennial favourite 'The 5 Doctors'



  • 42 to Doomsday - Number 5 is Alive !

    9 May 2015 (2:14am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 25 minutes and 1 second

    Direct Podcast Download

    Episode 36 – The Peter Davison era is revisited by Rob, Mark and special guest Jono from New Zealand’s premier (and only) Doctor Who podcast Zeus Pod! We look back on the highs and lows of the era and try to determine if Caves is the only good story from the entire run and is our affection for the 5th Doctor’s reign coloured by nostalgia? All this plus we subject Jono to ‘Who Knows’ and make sure you listen to the very end for a musical treat from that perennial favourite 'The 5 Doctors'



  • 42 to Doomsday - Number 5 is Alive !

    9 May 2015 (2:14am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 25 minutes and 1 second

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    Episode 36 – The Peter Davison era is revisited by Rob, Mark and special guest Jono from New Zealand’s premier (and only) Doctor Who podcast Zeus Pod! We look back on the highs and lows of the era and try to determine if Caves is the only good story from the entire run and is our affection for the 5th Doctor’s reign coloured by nostalgia? All this plus we subject Jono to ‘Who Knows’ and make sure you listen to the very end for a musical treat from that perennial favourite 'The 5 Doctors'



  • 42 to Doomsday - Nu Who Underrated Top 5!

    25 April 2015 (3:36pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 29 minutes and 57 seconds

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  • 42 to Doomsday - Nu Who Underrated Top 5!

    25 April 2015 (3:36pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 29 minutes and 57 seconds

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  • 42 to Doomsday - Nu Who Underrated Top 5!

    25 April 2015 (12:36am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 29 minutes and 57 seconds

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    Episode 35 - The boys from Oz are back and with nothing of consequence occurring in the world of Who, we fall back to 'ye old faithful' top 5 countdown, this time looking at the top 5 underrated Nu Who episodes. Which stories will make the cut and which entries will render Mark speechless? We touch upon the Sony leaks, the Radio Times Nu Who poll and the long awaited (and delayed) return of our 'Dragged from the Archives' segment looking at casting of a new Doctor, the unfortunate death of another and an intriguing look at an alternate universe's version of Season 24 - would it have been an improvement on what was served up to us? Finally - has the Omnirumour claimed the sanity of its latest victim?



 
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