Saturday, 2 November 2019

PODCAST: Kerblam!


Funny fez callback.
THAT'S KERBLAM!

Guest spot from Lee Mack.
THAT'S KERBLAM!

Akinola soundtrack.
THAT'S KERBLAM!

A powerful, incisive critique of Amazon's business practices.
NOT KERBLAM!

Welcome to the first Doctor Who television story to have an exclamation mark in its title, Kerblam! A fun, though pretty toothless, look at an Amazon-style company writ large and one that makes a virtue of a large number of TARDIS companions by splitting them up and it's usually quite fun when the Doctor ends up getting a job for a while.

In the hopes that this episode will not have the massive issues we've experienced recently with updates, let's just be bold and say we hope you enjoy KERBLAM!

Monday, 21 October 2019

PODCAST: Demons of the Punjab


It's the final stretch. After adding an American TV-style hiatus to help Joe transition to his new life in the Land of the Free, here comes the last cavalcade of episodes. This tragic, marriage-themed one full of simmering tension is obviously the most appropriate wedding gift for the man himself.

So, It's Yaz's spotlight episode and it finds the spotlight aimed mostly away from her. That doesn't make it a bad episode, though, as Doctor Who takes the opportunity to do what it can often do so well - inform about the past while commenting on the present.

Join us, finally, for DEMONS OF THE PUNJAB

Sunday, 23 June 2019

PODCAST: The Tsuranga Conundrum


It's the Tonga Congo! You know, that episode with the hospital ship and the little alien and the pregnant man. The episode that's really rubbish, you know the one.

Certainly Chris thought he knew that when sitting down with Joe to rewatch it for the final dregs of this, the Eleventh Hour Podcast and yet hearts and minds are always subject to change. Could you be about to bear witness to that amazing, human experience? Or will the podcast just confirm how poor the episode is once again? Find out, when you...

Listen to THE TSURANGA CONUNDRUM

Saturday, 8 June 2019

PODCAST: Arachnids in the UK


The phoning-it-in nature of this final season of The Eleventh Hour Podcast continues apace with this blunt dissection of one of the most poorly-titled Doctor Who episodes in recent memory. At least "Let's Kill Hitler" wasn't a near-nonsensical pun.

Will we get through the whole podcast without mentioning Sex and the City or The Good Wife? How long before one of us plays a guitar? Will there be more jumping around or another surprise guest? Do these count as clickbait? We're frankly not sure.

Listen to ARACHNIDS IN THE UK if that's the sort of thing you think you'd like to do.

Friday, 24 May 2019

PODCAST: Rosa



Well, here we are. This is the episode that, prior to the start of Doctor Who series 11, people were the most interested in and worried about.

It's an episode whose themes we couldn't hope to do justice to, so you'll be pleased to know we didn't really try to and instead produced our most off-topic episode ever. It's got lots of chat about TV shows based on DC superheroes, if that's your thing.

Anyway, it's the last run of the podcast and more than ever before we're doing what we want.

Join Joe, Chris and almost certainly nobody else given that we've never had a guest host for the entire run of the podcast, and

Listen to ROSA

Friday, 17 May 2019

PODCAST: The Ghost Monument


This final run of The Eleventh Hour Podcast continues apace, despite technical errors at every level of production. Was The Ghost Monument worth the effort we went to while trying to record this podcast? Is the lovely Art Malik enough to carry the episode? Where IS the reload? Is acetylene flammable? How exciting must this episode be if these are the questions we find ourselves writing in this synopsis?

Listen to THE GHOST MONUMENT

Thursday, 9 May 2019

PODCAST: The Woman Who Fell to Earth


It’s the end, but the moment has been prepared for:

Surprise! The final season of EHPodcast is upon you and yer lads are back for a belated look at Jodie Whittaker’s first series behind the TARDIS controls.

Expect our usual shallow analysis and digressions and be very, very loved.

Listen to THE WOMAN WHO FELL TO EARTH