Saturday, June 27, 2020

Dirty Whoers Podcast - Episode 89


It's time, finally, for our review of Talons of Weng-Chiang [1977] - with mixed opinions as ever.

Terry (the Lightfoot), Miss Tabby, Sputters and The Lord President make time to talk over the pros and cons of this seminal classic.

Number four and Leela go cosplaying in Victorian London. Limehouse and limelight. The Phantom of the Opera gets his ride stolen, then loses the keys. Pig puppets in the laundry. Lots of skulking in other peoples gardens. The Savage drinks a trifle.

Not seen Talons of Weng-Chiang? Check it out HERE. If you're looking for more superb Jago and Lightfoot? - try The Bloodless Soldier (for free) from Big Finish.

Stuck in lockdown? Give our Dirty WHOers drinking game a punt. What could go wrong? If you need it here's our rating system. We're over on Twitter and Facebook, delivering daily pics and comments.

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Fancy rolling your own Wheel of Who? Give TheRandomiser.Net a spin.

Stay safe and don't lick the skirting boards.

The Dirty WHOers x 

Monday, June 15, 2020

Dirty Whoers Podcast - Episode 88

Another mixed set of opinions this time 'round as we give our inebriated opinion of the Davison era time-travel 'romp', Mawdryn Undead [1983]. Thinking, as ever, is divided.

Sen, Tabby, Sputters and Lightfoot get together (some slight sound issues, sorry) and chew the fat over all things beige.

The Brig and the Doc drink tea while the companions run around making wild assumptions. A car thief and a man with a bird on his head plot his downfall. Something about stolen Timelord stuff and the assistants turning into kids.

Not seen Mawdryn Undead? Check it out HERE if you need to.

Don't forget our drinking game and if you need it, though even Terry got it right this time, here's our Dirty WHOers rating system. We're on Twitter (deal with it) and Facebook (if ya like that kinda thing) should you have a thing for irreverent daily WHOness.

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Stay happy.

The Dirty WHOers x

Friday, May 29, 2020

Dirty Whoers Podcast - Episode 87

It's time for us to review the final episode of Big Tom, Logopolis [1981].

The Doc and Algebra Boy go to Logopolis to repair the chameleon circuit, because maths, not knowing that a cricketer is waiting for him to fall off Jodrell Bank. Something about a TARDIS in a TARDIS and Nyssa's dad.

The new team, Sputters, Tabby, Sen and Terry, are doing our best to knock a new one out once a month, so fingers crossed for another one soon.

We have a new addition to our Dirty WHOers drinking game and if you need it, here's our rating system. Shout out if you think a Logopolitan is a cocktail or an ice cream, and what the ingredients would be.

Not seen Logopolis? Opinion is divided as to whether you should. Check it out HERE.

If you do Facebook or Twitter we're over there posting pics and vids and quibbling with ourselves.

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Keep safe.

The Dirty WHOers x

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Dirty Whoers Podcast - Episode 86

This time out we're casting a critical eye over (and slurring our vowles through) the Jon Pertwee, Caroline John and Nick Courtney classic, 'Doctor Who and the Silurians' [1970].

This episode we'd also like to introduce Miss Tabby, our new Dirty WHOers regular and the product of an incident between a cup of tea, our TARDIS cat and an unexpected release of Artron energy.

Some of you may recognise her voice - but our ongoing team anonymity continues to be a blessing that means we can say whatever the hell we want. We very much hope Fuschia can pop in for a cuppa/tipple some time in the future, but please welcome Tabitha as she has some big Pixie shoes to fill.

As you may be aware, we're going to be looking at the 'classic' episodes from now on [1963-1989]. We've done A LOT of the new stuff, but in times of crisis, we want to do what we love. We may return to the new series at a later date, but be prepared for some one-off specials on cannon and fandom to fill in the gaps.

We're doing our best to knock a few more of these out while we can, but coordination of the team is always a tricky one, even in lockdown. Please bear with us.

If you need it, here's the run-down on our rating system. We'll be updating our Dirty WHOers drinking game once we know how the cat reacts to further stimulus.

Not seen these episodes? Check 'em out HERE.

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Stay safe, stay inside, and keep h'pecker up.

The Dirty WHOers x

Friday, April 17, 2020

Dirty WHOers Podcast - Episode 85

Howdy folks.

Well, it's been a while - and ain't the world gone mental. It seemed a perfect time, while we're bouncing around our respected houses, watching old episodes and grazing from the fridge, to flop out a podcast. What could be more perfect for a Covid-19 special than The Invisible Enemy [1977]?

Don't worry, it's mercifully short.

There's no Fuschia for this one, so we've drafted in St. Xtofer to help out and add a thin veneer of respectability.

If you're as confused as we are, take a look at the Dirty WHOers rating system. As we're all in lockdown and outside regular drinking hours you may also need the Dirty WHOers drinking game to get you through.

Not seen this episode? Check it out HERE.

Be safe, be happy, and please subscribe to our daily Whovian bobbo over on Facebook and Twitter.

Wanna check out our previous podcasts? No worries, you can do that for most of them HERE on the blog. Will we do more? Very possibly - but only time will tell.

Boomshanka.


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