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Episodes in the pipeline include A020 The Eight Truths & World Wide Web, The 3rd Doctor Retrospective, Torchwood, etc...
Check out this video of Leon (aka Ponken) building his very own TARDIS in the back garden. Hmm, with a prop like this at our disposal... wonder if it might feature in future Who Back When videos. ;-)
Extra, extra, read all about it! Who Back When has a blog, too, with some pretty crafty, clever and downright awesome correspondents reporting on the latest and greatest in the Whoniverse. For anything from Book Reviews and Latest News to essays of Whoniversal splendour, this is were to look.
There are hundreds of Doctor Who TV stories out there and we intend to watch them all! Not just that – We'll watch, review, discuss, debate, rate and praise and/or poke holes in every episode of Doctor Who, starting with William Hartnell's first ever serial. That's right, we're working our way through Classic Who, from 1963 and onward, episode by episode and Doctor by Doctor. We're about four Doctors in so far. And in parallel, we're also reviewing all of New Who as well, starting with Eccleston in 2005. We're reviewing Matt Smith's episodes as the Eleventh Doctor at the mo. We occasionally dip a toe in more current NewWho, too, as well as review the odd audiobook, comic book and convention.
Prefer a particular style of Doctor Who adventure? Would you take an Angel over a Zarbi, or a Monoid over a Raxacoricofallapatorian? Or do you prefer to take in The Doctor with your ear-balls? Pick your favourite and browse our podcast by channel!
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