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This Week in Time Travel

By Chip Sudderth and Alyssa Franke

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Description

Longtime Doctor Who podcaster Chip Sudderth (Two-minute Time Lord) and essayist-podcaster Alyssa Franke (WhovianFeminism on Tumblr and Twitter) join forces for Doctor Who-related interviews, reviews and all the news that marked This Week in Time Travel.

Customer Reviews

A must-listen for Doctor Who fans.

I've long been a fan of the Two-Minute Time Lord podcast, so I'm obviously excited to have Chip back in my podcast app. I have less familiarity with Alyssa's previous work but her contributions so far have quickly made me a fan of hers as well. Despite being a fairly new show, this one has quickly cemented itself as a weekly must-listen. Insightful, timely, and fun.

Repetitive

Hosts seem to willfully misunderstand the show as presented on screen in the service of their perspectives. They have legitimate and important points to make, but it can make for a tedious and predictable podcast when every piece of trivia is dissected with the presumption of ill intent on the part of the show's creators.

It's important to note that the issues raised in this podcast are real and vitally important. But they aren't the only things worth discussing.

Love Doctor Who, want to feel guilty about it?

You've come to the right place.

Nothing is ever good enough, even their favorite episodes are fatally flawed. Good characters is bad situations, yes, isn't that the basis of drama? Everything is an issue, how does it look. But what about the story? Can't we enjoy some fun characters and follow a fun yarn?

So now I've stopped watching, but still listening. Something is wrong here.