***SPOILER - We discuss the Dr Who Christmas Special "Twice Upon A Time", plot points are discussed***
On this episode of Impromptu Who, we're back after an extended break! We discuss the new book series about the Lethbridge-Stewart family, we talk about the internet's weird reaction and rude jokes to Jodie Whittaker as the 13th Doctor (though 100% of the hosts approves.) Finally, we review the 13th Dr. Who Christmas Special "Twice Upon A Time"!
On this episode, we're joined by Ken Deep, show-runner of L.I. Who at BoroughCon 2017. We discuss the ideas of what companions could work with different Doctors. Could Captain Jack's dynamic work with a Classic Doctor? Could Romana woo a Modern Doctor? Could the Brigadier actually get along with the War Doctor? We discuss all this and more in "The Companion Game"!
This episode was recorded live on location at BoroughCon 2017 @ St. John University.
Interested in more Doctor Who? Check out Ken Deep's convention, L.I. Who at www.longislanddoctorwho.com/
On this long overdue episode of Impromptu Who, Colin and Brian discuss the changes in Doctor Who (Capaldi and Moffat out, Chris Chibnall in). We also discuss front-runners for who could be the next Doctor...cough HAYLEY ATWELL cough… We also review the finale to William Hartnell's Doctor in "The Tenth Planet", we also discuss how awfully paced the episode is and why you shouldn't really bother with it.
On this episode, we interview, musician, actress and Doctor Who-themed cookbook writer, Angela Pritchett! We discuss her movie projects like the re-make of Plan 9 from Outer Space, ReGeneration Who 2 and her new cookbook “Shut Up and Eat 2: The Unofficial Dr. Who Series 9, Ready to Eat Cookbook”, we also discuss music and her travels across the country.
If you want to hear more from Angela, check out her show The Girls Who Waited:
If you want to read her latest cookbook, you can order it here:
Join us as we explore an alternate dimension where Doctor Who was was created for American television instead of by the BBC. In this panel, Impromptu Who asks guests Ben Taylor and James Harknell the question what if Doctor Who had been an American television program? What changes would be made? What kind of person would the Doctor be? What would his relationship with companions be like? Who would his enemies be? Find out by listening to "What If...Doctor Who was American?!?"
P.S. There is a lot of crackle in the background, a member of the audience was enjoying some chips. Sorry.
On this episode of Impromptu Who, Colin and Brian discuss the double bombshell of Steven Moffat's announced departure from Doctor Who and Series 10 being delayed until 2017. After that discussion, we also decide to go back and watch all of the Doctor's previous adventures prior to the release of the new season. The first serial? Why the first serial of Doctor Who, of course. We watch and discuss "An Unearthly Child"
On this episode, Colin and Brian sit and watch the first episode of Doctor Who Series 9. We see Davros in a field of hand mines, The Doctor playing guitar on a tank in the Renaissance and Missy and Clara attempting to pick their way through a newly-reformed Skaro.
On this episode, Colin and Brian interview the legendary voice actor and the definitive incarnation of Davros, Terry Molloy. We discuss Intervention, his version of con life, his new webseries Kosmos and he gives aspiring voice actors a few tips for breaking into the scene.
If you are interested in checking out Kosmos, you can see it here: enterkosmos.com/
On this episode, Colin and Brian start their pregame of Series Nine by binge-watching Series Eight. They begin with an episode in which a dinosaur is crispified and the Fat Nurse falls down, also Clara is emo over the loss of the Babyface. Then the second episode shows them that a trashcan can be re-invented and be enjoyable by turning it good, then evil, the good again. They also deliberate on the identity of Maisie Williams in Series Nine (hoping it's not either River or Susan).
On this episode, we are at (Re)Generation Who doing a live version of our show with Tau Radio's own Ben Taylor. We discuss things like: should Paul McGann get his own series? How did we get into Doctor Who? We also play "Six Degrees of the Doctor" with our audience!
You can check out Ben Taylor and his work at Tau Radio (tauradio.com/)
On this episode, we're interviewing guests at the first-ever (Re)Generation Who, a Doctor Who-themed convention! We talk to Andrew Cartmel, script editor for the final run of the original series of Doctor Who. We also talk to Sophie Aldred (Ace in Seasons 24, 25 and 26), Nicola Bryant (Peri Brown in Seasons 21, 22 and 23) and Terry Molloy (Davros in Resurrection of the Daleks, Revelation of the Daleks and Remembrance of the Daleks).
We'd like to thank the staff and organizers of (Re)Generation Who (www.regenerationwho.com) for all the kindness they've shown us. We'll definitely be back next year!
In this episode, we discuss the announcement that Mark Gatiss will write for Series 9. We also discuss the Radio Times poll for the Top 10 New Who episodes just in time for the 10-year anniversary of the Doctor Who reboot. We also have guest host Zack Patterson from Severed Dongle, discuss being a recent Who convert. We also discuss the episode "The Three Doctors" and how Omega looks eerily like an Easter Island statue.
Brian and Colin discuss the unceremonious firing of Colin Baker, better know as the Sixth Doctor. We discuss not only the bad (the end of his tenure), but also the good (how his darker portrayal prepared us for Christopher Eccleston in New Who). If you're interested in learning more about (Re)Generation Who, check out their website at regenerationwho.com/
Thanks to tumblr user Nateobite for posting the article from The Sun on Baker's firing. It shows how much he did for the Who-niverse and how much we should all thank him for it! Read it here: nateobite.tumblr.com/post/109605734…commented-post
Brian and Colin discuss the upcoming stateside convention (Re)Generation Who (March 27th-29th, 2015). We also discuss random elements of Classic Who versus New Who, We also talk about our favorite Doctors. If you're interested in learning more about (Re)Generation Who, check out their website at regenerationwho.com/
Impromptu Who is an impromptu Doctor Who podcast where we discuss multiple topics from Classic Who to New Who. Every episode, Brian Massey and Colin Caccamise ask you to come with them on a journey through time and space.