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Noobs and the Whovian

By Noobs and the Whovian

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A weekly Doctor Who podcast where we hope to introduce a whole new generation to Doctor Who by watching an episode each week and discussing it from the perspective of a dad who’s seen it before, and two sons who haven’t.

Customer Reviews


That story show sent me but I love it.😐 umm

Love the family dynamic!

We started listening to this podcast because our favorite one was on break and we needed something to listen to during our commute. So glad we happened upon it! My kids and I are whovians and we love to rewatch the episode Austin and his sons talk about on their show. Their family dynamic is awesome! They get along wonderfully and never “yuk someone else’s yum.” This is no longer just a filler podcast, but is now a family favorite.

Raising the next generation of fans

Doctor Who is a show which has aired for several generations of fans, and even a couple generations of the show itself. There aren’t many podcasts featuring kids and their thoughts about a show which was originally made for the entire family to enjoy. It’s fun to hear the father/son conversations about modern era episodes. I would love to hear some special episodes covering classic era stories and those special effects.

Noobs and the Whovian
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  • Free
  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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