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First produced between 1684-1688, this - as the title says - is Faust played as a comedy. Angels to go along with Mephistopholis and Lucifer and Beelzebub, sure, but also the Seven Deadly Sins and wait a minute - Scaramouche and Harlequin?? (The author Mountfort was also an actor and was killed trying to prevent an attempt to kidnap an actress in a case that ended up in the House of Lords.) - Summary by ToddHW Cast list: Dr Faustus: Beth Thomas Mephistopholis: Ian Quinlan Good Angel: Frances ...
 
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Billy and Matt discuss the animated reconstruction of the lost William Hartnell story Galaxy 4, from the end of 2021. Then the guys finally voice their opinions on the much derided Doctor Who spinoff, Class, from 2016. We want to know what you thought of Doctor Who content in 2021! Vote NOW in the RoDies! Results to be revealed in the next episode …
 
Billy and Matt delve into the New Year's special, Eve of the Daleks as well as discussing the long awaited return of the Sea Devils in Spring's Legend of the Sea Devils! Music by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio Follow The Review of Death on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ReviewofDeath Subscribe to The Review of Death on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/…
 
Billy and Matt get into the festive spirit by revisiting the 2011 Christmas special, The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe. Is it really as bad as Matt's been complaining about all these years? Will Billy finally stop complaining about Steven Moffat? Will Matt ever get that date with Mandip Gill? If that's not enough, they finish off with a Q&A fr…
 
Billy and Matt discuss The Day of the Doctor and the surrounding 50th Anniversary celebrations, live from Pandorica 2021! Is The Day of the Doctor really the best episode of all time? Does it even celebrate 50 years of Doctor Who? Will Matt ever get over the fact he could have watched it at Excel in 2013? Music by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio Follo…
 
Billy and Matt unpick the final episode of Doctor Who Flux! Did it live up to the hype or was the journey better than the destination? Did Kate Stewart and the Grand Serpent need to be in it? Who were Swarm and Azure? What is time? Are there any answers to these questions?! Music by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio Follow The Review of Death on Twitter…
 
Billy and Matt discuss the fifth chapter of Doctor Who Flux - Survivors of the Flux! Is the UNIT dating conundrum resolved? Has the Doctor actually Met her mother? Has the truth behind Flux and the Division finally been revealed? And what is behind Williamson's doors? Music by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio Follow The Review of Death on Twitter: http…
 
Billy and Matt discuss the fourth chapter of Doctor Who Flux - Village of the Angels! The Weeping Angels made their grand return after nine years since their last story, but was it worthy of Moffat's award-winning creations? We thought so! Also, it's celebration time in the world of Doctor Who as the series reached its 58th Anniversary! To mark the…
 
Billy and Matt discuss the third chapter of Doctor Who Flux - Once, Upon Time! There were revelations to be had about the Ravagers and their relationship to the Doctor - or a Doctor from the past - along with new info on Vinder, the return of the Cybermen, Daleks, Weeping Angels AND Matt owes Billy a fiver... Music by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio F…
 
Billy and Matt discuss the second chapter of Doctor Who Flux - War of the Sontarans! Do the newly redesigned Sontarans live up to their expectations and could Swarm and Azure be the greatest Doctor Who villains since the 80s? Music by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio Follow The Review of Death on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ReviewofDeath Subscribe to …
 
Doctor Who is back on TV! Billy and Matt review the first chapter of Doctor Who Flux - The Halloween Apocalypse! Music by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio Follow The Review of Death on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ReviewofDeath Subscribe to The Review of Death on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/batmanmarch Learn more about your ad choices. Visit …
 
Billy and Matt discuss the trailer for Series 13 of Doctor Who AKA Flux and the new Sontaran designs followed by a DOUBLE review of Vincent and the Doctor and The Rings of Akhaten! Is the latter really the worst story of the Eleventh Doctor era? Music by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio Follow The Review of Death on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Reviewo…
 
Billy and Matt discuss the new Doctor Who game, The Edge of Reality, with its writer, Gavin Collinson, and composer, Richard Wilkinson. Special thanks to Maze Theory. Music by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesبقلم Pickaxe
 
Billy and Matt unpack the news of Russell T Davies return to Doctor Who in 2023 and review The Evil of the Daleks, the latest missing Patrick Troughton serial to get the animation treatment from BBC Studios! Music by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Billy and Matt have an impromptu discussion about the return of Russell T Davies to Doctor Who, before discussing the recently announced animation of Galaxy 4, the conclusion of the FindTheDoctor campaign, and reviewing the 1969 missing Patrick Troughton story, 'The Space Pirates'! Is it truly as bad as people make it out to be? Follow The Review o…
 
Billy and Matt discuss Christopher Eccleston's recent comments on returning to Doctor Who before diving into 'Underworld' from Season 15, starring Tom Baker as the 4th Doctor and Louise Jameson as Leela. Infamous for it's dodgy blue screen (CSO) effects due to heavy budget cuts, does the script stand out against the production issues or is it worth…
 
Billy and Matt discuss the recent 'The Web of Fear Special Edition' release before reviewing 'The Twin Dilemma', the first story of Colin Baker's tenure as the 6th Doctor and final serial of Season 22. Consistently voted the WORST story in Doctor Who history, is it really as bad as people think or did it truly sign the death warrant of Doctor Who i…
 
The Review of Death is back in an all new format! Billy and Matt round-up their thoughts on the Doctor Who news they missed during 2020 before discussing the announcement of Jodie Whittaker and Chris Chibnall's departure from the series, followed by their top picks for a new Doctor and Showrunner in 2023. Follow The Review of Death on Twitter: http…
 
Welcome back to the Doctor Who film club, where we watch the films of Doctor Who when he or she isn't being Doctor Who. This episode it's Doctor Who and the Evil Hypnotist, as William Hartnell takes a trip to a psychic circus for a tale of romantic triangles and mind control in The Dark Tower. With guests John Richards ("Night Terrace") and artist …
 
Next week we kick off our ongoing version of the Doctor Who film club podcast "Who Else?"! So to get you in the mood here's a repost of our pilot episode first released in April. Watch along then join us to discuss William Hartnell in the gripping classic Hell Drivers.بقلم Man With A Jetpack
 
A cavalcade of friends joins us for the last Episodes of Death, to celebrate everyone’s favourite dodgy Doctor Who story: Paradise Towers. There’s dubious moustaches, milk toast macho men and the pool at the end of the world… so will we want to How You Do this Seventh Doctor adventure?بقلم Man With A Jetpack
 
April Interlude! Since we’re stuck inside, I decided it would be a fun change of pace to have something “new” to watch. So welcome to WHO ELSE, our occasional film club where we watch the movies of Dr Who when he or she isn't being Dr Who! For our first instalment, it's Dr Who vs the Truck Drivers as William Hartnell joins a ridiculously star-studd…
 
Recorded way back in a more innocent time when our main worry was whether Captain Jack would return for the Series 12 finale, it’s Episodes of Death 24! This episode, it's the 9th Doctor's time to shine (or be shamed), as poet Adam Ford returns to lead us through the philosophy and pratfalls of Boom Town. It's a story full of big questions but is i…
 
Jodie Whittaker makes her entrance in the Episodes of Death as arts critic and broadcaster Richard Watts gives us a Tsuranga Conundrum to try to get our heads around. Does Series 11′s most maligned episode have unappreciated delights to chew on, or is it a puzzle not worth solving?بقلم Man With A Jetpack
 
"Ya gotta see the baby!" Before we move on to our next Episode of Death, last month's guest Michael Dennis pops back for a few minutes to talk about one more, erm, joy of Delta and the Bannermen. And stay tuned at the end for the reveal of what story we’re talking about next episode!بقلم Man With A Jetpack
 
Here's to the past, rather than the future, as writer Michael Dennis drops by chat about Season 24's "Delta and the Bannermen". Will he persuade you that love really is the answer when it comes to this 50s oddball?بقلم Man With A Jetpack
 
"Encounter At Farpoint: The British Years" or an imaginative space fairytale about choice and social responsibility? It's back-to-back Big Finish as writer Selim Ulug joins us this month to talk Steven Moffat's least favourite Steven Moffat story, The Beast Below.بقلم Man With A Jetpack
 
It's the legendary "worst Doctor Who story ever". But as The Gunfighters shows us, sometimes legends aren't what they're made out to be. Big Finish writer Eddie Robson joins us to explain why this infamous First Doctor story is an underappreciated gem.بقلم Man With A Jetpack
 
You think your gran gives you bad birthday presents? When the Doctor turned 20, he got fluoro socks, a troublingly tight despot jumpsuit, a skeletal chicken, and way too many sofas. Yes, we’re heading to the Arc of Infinity, guided by our guest for this month, David Ross.بقلم Man With A Jetpack
 
Take 2 all-time favourite companions, add '70s plot tropes, '80s lighting and the musical stylings of Ian Levine. What could go wrong? Mary Helen Norris joins us to talk K-9 And Company. But can it work its witchcraft on our hearts? Mary Helen is the editor of the new anthology: Defending Earth: The Adventures of Sarah Jane Smith, available digital…
 
It's two to Four to Doomsday as Chris Hawton from the All-New Adventures of the Doctor Who Book Club Podcast returns to take Lucas on a spacewalk through the 5th Doctor's second story. But can even a cricket ball save them from this one?بقلم Man With A Jetpack
 
The first story of the 13th Doctor arrives next week, so George Ivanoff is getting us in the mood this episode by making us discuss the first story of the 7th Doctor, Time and the Rani. Are fandom right to have no time for Time and the Rani, or is this tale of geniuses actually a tale of genius?بقلم Man With A Jetpack
 
Pull on your platform shoes and strap on your laser horns, because this episode we wander into the rock opera labyrinth that is The Horns of Nimon. Will guest Richard Watts convince you to praise Nimon, or is it just four episodes of weakling scum?بقلم Man With A Jetpack
 
Big Finish writer John Dorney joins us to talk the alien joys and horrors of The Web Planet. Zarrrrrbiiii!!! This episode was recorded way back in the forgotten age before Doctor Who came to Twitch, so little did we know the phenomenon #Barbarian would soon become, and our discussion about whether bingeing 60s Who is the best way to watch now has n…
 
Save your breath for this episode, brave listener. Most people greet Timelash with a scream. The 6th Doctor is back in the stocks again but, don’t fret, this is a super fun one as Chris Hawton (the All-New Doctor Who Book Club Podcast) tries to convince us that one of the series' most infamously derided stories is really just misunderstood.…
 
Avril Hannah-Jones serves up a delightful Christmas surprise when she joins us to champion The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe, and Lucas finds himself watching a quite different story than he grumbled his way through the first time round. Is there more inside this wardrobe than we thought?بقلم Man With A Jetpack
 
We're back! But will you regret it once you face the terror of the Myrka? Or will this episode's returning guest Ben McKenzie (Splendid Chaps; Pratchat) convince you Warriors of the Deep is actually a beautiful pearl waiting to be rediscovered on the ocean floor of Doctor Who? Listen to the episode then vote in our listener poll on Twitter @epsofde…
 
Even if you don't think Silver Nemesis is poetry itself, after this episode there will be no denying it. Poet Adam Ford joins us and not only defends Doctor Who's 25th Anniversary story but actually immortalises it in verse. Sad Cybermen, dodgy stunts, potions, villainous go-getters - this one has it all.…
 
It's an exciting day for at least one of us as film critic Thomas Caldwell (Plato's Cave) picks The Krotons for us to tackle as our latest Episode of Death. But does the story deserve a re-evaluation or should it be dissipated?بقلم Man With A Jetpack
 
We don't know how to pronounce it, and we don't know if it's a planet, but we do know it's Matt Smith's least popular episode. We try to find some shine on The Rings of Akhaten with guest Lee Zachariah (The Bazura Project; Night Terrace)بقلم Man With A Jetpack
 
It's Doctor Who's least popular Doctor in one of its least popular seasons, and introducing possibly its least popular companion. We face the terror of Terror of the Vervoids, with special guest Ben McKenzie (Splendid Chaps, Night Terrace).بقلم Man With a Jetpack
 
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