Doctor Who: The Moment
By Tom Dickinson
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Each week on The Moment, I speak with a different guest about an individual moment in an episode of Doctor Who that means a lot to them: something that really had in impact on them, or that they had a strong reaction to, or that they think a lot about for whatever reason.
||Clean1.06 - Someone's playing games with our minds.||Joy Piedmont explores a striking moment of tension between Ace and Shou Yuing in 1989's Battlefield.||8/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1.05 - It's happening again.||Lewis Combes explores the real horror of a deeply human moment with Wilf and Donna from 2008's Turn Left.||8/8/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1.04 - But you still have to choose.||Evan Teng dives deep into Clara Oswald's evolving identity with a key moment from 2014's Mummy on the Orient Express.||8/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1.03 - Goodbye, my Sarah Jane.||Rachel Donner brings the feels with a moment from 2006's School Reunion, with the Tenth Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith||7/25/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1.02 - You can't see me, can you?||Riley Silverman shares a moment from Peter Capaldi's 2014 debut, Deep Breath, that had a major impact on her.||7/18/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1.01 - Stay out of trouble, badly.||Louis Mitas shares a moment he loves from Matt Smith's second outing, the 2010 episode The Beast Below.||7/11/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Moment: Season 1 Trailer||Each week on The Moment, I speak with a different guest about an individual moment in an episode of Doctor Who that means a lot to them. Season 1 premieres July 11, 2018.||7/2/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Beautiful, touching, and thought-provoking
Two episodes in, and I love this podcast. It’s both a detailed deep-dive into small moments of Doctor Who, and a deep-dive into the way this show can reflect and affect the viewers’ lives. It is beautiful, thoughtful, and touching.
Well he knows what he's talking about...
It's nice hearing intelligent people talk about something and not sound like pretentious snobs about the thing they love.
A showcase of Doctor Who's diversity
Only two episodes in and the show has managed to show off the variety and depth that Doctor Who has. The ever-changing nature of Doctor Who is originally what drew me into it, and now there's a whole show about that. Amazing!