Diddly Dum podcast returns with reviews of the final two episodes of Peter Capaldi’s last series as the Doctor himself. In addition I add another to my tally of namings and colleague Mark has some fascinating ideas about mental health and the Master/Missy.
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Following a surprisingly precise period of absence, here is the penultimate Diddly Dum podcast of this year’s Doctor Who series. We discuss the latest two episodes, Zulu on Mars and The Rubbish One About Celts. This fortnight’s hideous secret is that all of Hayden’s bits were taped later because he was too busy norking about in the sunshine with his girlfriend and pretending his Skype was broken.
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I get quoted in the names of two Diddly Dums in a row! Hahaha I am winning (Mark and I have a friendly rivalry that only exists in my head and Mark doesn’t know about). This fortnight’s podcast which I totally named with my brilliant naming skills can be found here at the Diddly Dum website or can be directly downloaded here.
The Diddly Dumbos are back in action. Join us here for more of our noise, or you can direct download here to plug our row right into your lug sockets.
The second Diddly Dum Podcast with reviews of the new series is up – we review Thin Ice and Knock Knock. Also we review The Capitol and discuss how amazing I was at it. Direct download here if you want it.
Doc, the guy who runs the podcast, and Mark, our colleague (pictured with Daphne Ashbrook, above right) , were at the Capitol this year. Doc informs me that when he saw me onstage he turned to Mark and whispered, “He’s being very…Allan.”
This fortnight’s Diddly Dum podcast reviews the first two episodes of Peter Capaldi’s final series as the Doctor (sob). I get to do some clever-type talking about physics I don’t really understand, which is always nice. Direct download is here should you desire it.
The Diddly Dumbos are back, and this time we’re having a whale of a time playing a Doctor Who-themed game of Just A Minute. I hope you have as much fun listening as we did recording, because we had a ball.