After a long two year hiatus, Examining The Doctor is returning to the Geekville Radio airwaves. Join Mark and Seth as they hop back into their TARDISes to talk about every incarnation of everybody’s favorite Time Lord, The Doctor. Listen along as they give episode commendatry to all time favorite, and not so favorite, Doctor Who stories.
From William Hartnell to Jodie Whittaker, Examining The Doctor is there for Classic and Current Doctor Who fans alike.
To kick off Season Two, Examining The Doctor looks at the long lost, but recently released, Tom Baker story Shada from 1979.
We’ve also linked our commentary track for the story, courtesy our podcast Examining The Doctor. Hosts Mark and Seth bring their signature blend of knowledge and humor to this all time classic story.
Don’t worry, just start the commentary first, and it will tell you when to start the TV episode. If you like what you hear, we have dozens more Doctor Who stories, both Classic and Modern (or “NewWho” to some fans), on our podcast Examining The Doctor.
One of the shining moments of Christopher Eccleston’s lone season was the two part story The Empty Child/The DoctorDances by Stephen Moffat. The story has Eccleston’s Ninth Doctor in World War II Era London encountering a wandering child in a gas mask. The eerie phrase “Are you my mummy” has become iconic in Modern Who lore.
Join Mark and Seth as they provide their unique blend of knowledge and humor as they examine the history and presentation of this modern classic!