Episode Archive

158 episodes of Earth Station Who: A Doctor Who Podcast since the first episode, which aired on November 30th, 2018.

  • Doctor Who Series 14 (or Series 1, Whatever) Review

    July 12th, 2024  |  Season 12  |  1 hr 21 mins
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    Join the Earth Station Who Podcast for a special live episode where we dive into the thrilling full season of Doctor Who featuring Ncuti Gatwa as the Doctor. Recorded in front of an enthusiastic audience, our hosts break down every exciting moment, character development, and key theme from this groundbreaking season. From Gatwa's captivating portrayal of the Doctor in episodes like "The Legend of Ruby Sunday," "The Devil's Chord," “Rogue,” and "73 Yards," we cover all the season's most unforgettable moments. Whether you're a longtime Whovian or new to the series, this lively and insightful discussion offers something for everyone. Don't miss out on the adventure—tune in now to the Earth Station Who Podcast!

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  • Doctor Who: Empire of Death Review

    June 28th, 2024  |  Season 12  |  1 hr 32 mins
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    In this episode of "Earth Station Who" Mike F, Michael G, and Mary are joined by Ciaran, Charles, and Veronica in a detailed discussion of the Doctor Who season 14 / 1 final "Empire of Death." They explore various aspects such as visual effects, character development, and overall season impact. Opinions range from enjoyment to disappointment, with critiques on unresolved plot points and disjointed storytelling. The conversation also touches on the emotional depth brought by Russell T Davies, the importance of a strong finale, and the potential benefits of a writers' room for the series. Don't miss out on the adventure—tune in now to the Earth Station Who Podcast for an in-depth review of "Empire of Death" and all things Doctor Who!

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  • Doctor Who: The Legend of Ruby Sunday Review

    June 21st, 2024  |  Season 12  |  1 hr 15 mins
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    Dive headfirst into the Earth Station Who Podcast as we unravel the thrilling Doctor Who episode, "The Legend of Ruby Sunday." Everything this season has been building up to this captivating moment! Join hosts Mike F., Mike G., and Mary, along with special guests Shannon Clute, Charles Martin, and Chip Johnson, as they dissect the episode's exciting plot, intriguing character developments, and key themes. Uncover the mysteries of Ruby Sunday and explore the looming darker evil threatening the entire Doctor Who universe. Whether you're a dedicated Whovian or a newcomer, our lively discussion and expert insights will keep you hooked. Don't miss out on the adventure—tune in now to the Earth Station Who Podcast for an in-depth review of "The Legend of Ruby Sunday" and all things Doctor Who!

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  • Doctor Who: Rogue Review

    June 14th, 2024  |  Season 12  |  1 hr 10 mins
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    In this episode of Earth Station Who, hosts Mike F, Mike G, and Mary, along with guests Melanie Dean and Dave Chapman, dive into the latest Doctor Who episode, "Rogue." They share a range of opinions, from excitement to mixed feelings, discussing the episode's historical setting, romantic elements, and ties to previous stories. The conversation also covers acting, costumes, and the episode's overall vibe, with some calling for more originality and daring storytelling. The lively discussion offers a comprehensive analysis, highlighting different perspectives and insights into the episode's various aspects. Tune in now for the excitement and adventure of our review of ‘Rogue' exclusively on the Earth Station Who Podcast!
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  • Doctor Who: Dot and Bubble Review

    June 7th, 2024  |  Season 12  |  1 hr 7 mins
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    In this episode of Earth Station Who, Mike F, Michael G, and Mary are joined by guests Janne McKamey, Alan J. Porter, and Romona Schnitger to dive into the Doctor Who episode "Dot and Bubble," examining its commentary on social media and the impactful twist ending. They explore the emotional depth, character development, and societal issues presented. The episode's monsters, psychological horror, and practical effects are also discussed, along with setting details and foreshadowing. Additionally, the panel pays tribute to the late William Russell (Ian) and speculates on Susan's role in the new series. Tune in now for the excitement and adventure of our review of ‘Dot and Bubble' exclusively on the Earth Station Who Podcast!

  • Doctor Who: 73 Yards Review

    May 31st, 2024  |  Season 12  |  1 hr 17 mins
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    Get ready for a deep dive into '73 Yards,' the latest thrilling episode from Season 14 of the new Doctor Who series, on the Earth Station Who Podcast! Join hosts Mike F., Michael G., Mary Ogle, and special guests Matthew Kresal and Jeremy Wilcox as they unpack every suspenseful moment. Discover the intrigue behind the Doctor's mysterious disappearance and the enigmatic woman who remains precisely 73 yards away from Ruby Sunday. Explore the chilling mystery of Mad Jack and delve into the episode's key themes, character developments, and the secrets that the woman is using to scare people away from Ruby. Whether you're a die-hard Whovian or new to the TARDIS, this episode promises engaging insights and expert commentary on all things Doctor Who. Tune in now for the excitement and adventure of '73 Yards,' exclusively on the Earth Station Who Podcast!

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  • Doctor Who: Boom Review

    May 24th, 2024  |  Season 12  |  1 hr 9 mins
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    Join the crew from Earth Station Who as they dive deep into the thrilling Doctor Who episode "Boom," penned by the legendary Steven Moffat. In this episode review, we see how the Doctor and Ruby Sunday face down death itself in a warzone where any sudden move might be your last. Mike F, Michael G, Mary, and our guests Kirby Bartlett-Sloan and Ken Akamatsu discuss Moffat's unique storytelling techniques, the episode's impact on the Doctor Who universe, and its reception among fans and critics alike. Whether you're a long-time Doctor Who fan or new to the series, this episode of the Earth Station Who Podcast offers a comprehensive review that enhances your appreciation of one of Steven Moffat's remarkable works, subscribe now for more Doctor Who episode reviews, news, and discussions!

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  • Doctor Who: Space Babies & The Devil's Chord Review

    May 17th, 2024  |  Season 12  |  1 hr 45 mins
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    Embark on an epic journey through time and space with the Earth Station Who Podcast, as we delve into the exhilarating premiere of Season 14 of Doctor Who! Join us as we unravel the mysteries and marvels of the first two episodes, 'Space Babies' and 'The Devil's Chord.' From thrilling encounters with Space Babies to meeting the Beatles and the heart-pounding musical horror of facing off against the Maestro, we explore every twist, turn, and timey-wimey surprise that awaits the Doctor and Ruby Sunday. Whether you're a devoted Whovian or a curious newcomer, join Mike F, Michael G, and Mary, as well as their guests Elaine Sweatman, Matt Sweatman, and Dave Chapman, for our insightful analysis, engaging discussion, and insider insights that will transport you to the heart of the action. Tune in now and discover the excitement of the new series of Doctor Who, exclusively on the Earth Station Who Podcast, and remember there’s always a twist at the end!!!

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  • Woke Who: How Doctor Who has always been woke!!

    May 3rd, 2024  |  Season 12  |  1 hr 15 mins
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    In this live episode of the Earth Station Who Podcast, hosts Mike Faber and Mike Gordon welcome guests Mike Falkner, Dave Chapman, and Melanie Dean as they dive into the evolution of Doctor Who. They explore the show's approach to diversity and representation, discussing the societal impact and the importance of inclusivity. The panel addresses the challenges of change within the fandom, emphasizing the Doctor's message of acceptance. They reflect on personal experiences with the series, its cultural shifts, and the role of social media in the fandom.

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  • The Diary of River Song Series 8 Review

    April 19th, 2024  |  Season 12  |  1 hr 20 mins
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    Delve into the captivating world of Doctor Who with the Earth Station Who Podcast's review of the Big Finish Audio’s, "The Diary of River Song" series 8! Join us as we journey alongside the enigmatic River Song through time and space in this thrilling audio adventure. Joined this week by Podcaster Julie Filipek, we explore each riveting chapter of River's escapades along with Rachel and K9, unraveling the mysteries of her captivating character through Time and Space. Whether you're a devoted Whovian or a casual listener, our review promises to immerse you in the rich storytelling of Professor River Song and the ever-expanding universe of Doctor Who. Tune in now for an unforgettable journey with the Doctor's most intriguing companion!

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  • Doctor Who: The Space Museum Review

    April 5th, 2024  |  Season 12  |  1 hr 22 mins
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    Embark on a time-traveling adventure with the Earth Station Who Podcast as we delve into the iconic Doctor Who story 'The Space Museum'! Join our hosts as they dissect and analyze every twist and turn of this classic episode, featuring the First Doctor and his companions. From thrilling encounters with alien civilizations to thought-provoking themes of time and identity, we unravel the mysteries of the space-time continuum. Whether you're a devoted Whovian or a newcomer to the TARDIS, this in-depth review offers insightful commentary and nostalgic reminiscence. Tune in now for an entertaining blend of sci-fi analysis, witty banter, and Doctor Who lore!

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