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Doctor Who: The Naked Scarf

By Naked Scarf

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Description

In each episode Adam, Andi and Stephen look at a different Doctor Who story and discuss its various glorious aspects in a sometimes overly intellectual, sometimes overly irreverent manner. Much like the Doctor we don't follow stories chronologically or with much logic full stop. (C) Copyright 2011-12 Naked Scarf Podcast - Naked Scarf is not associated with the BBC in anyway. No infringement intended.

Customer Reviews

As random and charming as the doctor.

Intelligent observations, amusing asides, this is a fun look at Doctor Who past. Throwing up intresting and well thought up ideas mixed with light heartedness and comments not fit for your 7 year old nephew.

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I approve Andi thus:

In this bright age when vast herds of once-rare wild Doctor Who Podcasts sweep majestically in their hundreds across the verdant plains of the iTunes store, how does one possibly know which ones are worth blasting with the elephant gun of your attention?

I'd certainly put this one at the top end of the list. The execution is simple enough, but it's enlived considerably by the fact that both of the hosts are bright and articulate with something to say, and not at too great a length; nor are they so steeped in Who lore that it gets in their way of their commentary.

The attractively intelligent Andi is particularly amusing, with her combination of routine inappropriateness and occasional brilliant insight making for entertaining listening. Her recent solo episode about Immaterialism and The Weeping Angels may sound unduly highbrow but was delivered with an enthusiasm and clarity that couldn't fail to make the subject interesting (occasionally suspiratory vocals are something the Open University really ought to try, too). The only real disappointment was the failure to observe the role of Immaterialism in achieving a full understand of 'Bagpuss'.

Definitely recommended.

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