All-New Doctor Who Book Club

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March 2017 Book Club: Matt from Minnesota & Chris from South London present the first official meeting of the All New Doctor Who Book Club.  This month, we’ll be reviewing and discussing Engines of War, by George Mann, featuring the War Doctor.  Engines of War is available wherever fine books & audio narrations are sold.    Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com
October 2019 Book Club: Matt & Chris are in for a science fiction double feature as they journey with the Second Doctor from China to San Francisco, by way of Kent, for a pair of adventures from the Telos Novella range.  This month, we’re reviewing “Foreign Devils” by Andrew Cartmel, published in November 2002 - and “Wonderland” by Mark Chadbourn from April 2003.  While the novellas are long out of print, several Doctor Who-related works from Telos Publishing can still be ordered at https://telos.co.uk  Here’s the link shared by Paul Cornell for the Just Giving page set up by Jonathan Dicks in memory of Terrance Dicks and his favourite charity, Save The Children.   Please help other fans find our show by leaving us a rating on Apple Podcasts or your podcatcher of choice. Submit your comments via email… “who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub   Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com 
March 2019 Book Club: Chris & Matt catch a ride on a time traveling double decker bus back to 1973 as we join the 3rd Doctor, Jo Grant, & Iris Wildthyme in Verdigris by Paul Magrs.  This Doctor Who Past Doctor Adventure was originally published in April 2000. Once available wherever fine books were sold, it can now be found on the second-hand market. Please help other fans find our show by leaving us a rating on Apple Podcasts or your podcatcher of choice. Submit your comments via email… “who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub  Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com 
November 2019 Book Club: Chris & Matt join the Ninth Doctor, Rose, & Captain Jack in a journey to a far future colony world, where the inhabitants are having trouble with nightmares manifesting in reality.  We’re reviewing “The Stealers of Dreams” by Steve Lyons, first published in September 2005.  The book is still widely available in hardcover and digital kindle/iBooks formats, as well as on audio CD, iTunes, & Audible.     Please help other fans find our show by leaving us a rating on Apple Podcasts or your podcatcher of choice. Submit your comments via email… “who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast!   Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub   Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com 
April 2020 Special: Matt & Lauren are back, continuing their exploration of the Mr. Men Doctor Who series, with a review of “Dr. Twelfth” by Adam Hargreaves.  Dr. Twelfth is available in both paperback and kindle versions, wherever fine books are sold.  This adventure has also been animated, with narration by Michelle Gomez, and can be found in its entirety here.  Happy First of April!  Please help other fans find our show by leaving us a rating on Apple Podcasts or your podcatcher of choice. Submit your comments via email… “who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub  Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com 
May 2020 Book Club: Chris & Matt take a stroll through a dark and scary wood along with the 11th Doctor, Amy & Rory as we review “The Way through the Woods” by Una McCormack.  Originally published in April 2011, the book is still available for purchase digitally and on unabridged audio, read by Clare Corbett.     Please help other fans find our show by leaving us a rating on Apple Podcasts or your podcatcher of choice. Submit your comments via email… “who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast!   Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub   Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com 
August 2019 Book Club: Matt & Chris join the modern era & experience our first Thirteenth Doctor novel as we review “The Good Doctor” by Juno Dawson, available for sale wherever fine books are sold, including both hardcover & digital (Amazon / iBooks) versions.  There's also an unabridged audio adaptation, read by Clare Corbett, available for sale on audio CD, Audible & iTunes.    Please help other fans find our show by leaving us a rating on Apple Podcasts or your podcatcher of choice. Submit your comments via email… “who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com
May 2019 Book Club: It’s fancy dress as Chris & Matt put on their togas and head back to ancient Rome to review “The Stone Rose” by Jacqueline Rayner.  First published in April 2006, it was republished in 2015 as part of the History Collection and is still widely available in shops & on digital formats.  There’s also an abridged audio recording on iTunes, Audible, CD, etc. which is read by David Tennant.     Please help other fans find our show by leaving us a rating on Apple Podcasts or your podcatcher of choice. Submit your comments via email… “who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub  Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com 
June 2019 Book Club: Matt & Chris gather their stakes, shovels, and garlic in a vampire-hunting journey from E-Space to Gallifrey - by way of prohibition-era Chicago - as we review “Blood Harvest” by the legendary and prolific Terrance Dicks.  This book was published in July 1994 and was release 28 (of 61) in Virgin’s Doctor Who New Adventures range.      Please help other fans find our show by leaving us a rating on Apple Podcasts or your podcatcher of choice. Submit your comments via email… “who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub  Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com 
November 2018 Book Club: Bang! Bang! Ooh! Ah! Join Chris & Matt as we belatedly celebrate Guy Fawkes Night with the First Doctor, Barbara, Ian, & Vicki in “The Plotters” by Gareth Roberts.  This Doctor Who Missing Adventure novel was originally published in November 1996.  Once available wherever fine books were sold, it can now be found on the second-hand market.   Please help others find our show by leaving us a rating on Apple Podcasts or your podcatcher of choice. Submit your comments via email… “who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com
September 2018 Book Club: We’re joining Professor River Song, currently a resident at the Stormcage Containment Facility, in “The Legends of River Song.” This is an anthology with contributions by Jenny T. Colgan, Andrew Lane, Guy Adams, Steve Lyons, & Jacqueline Rayner. It was originally published in February 2016 and is still available as an ebook on Apple iBooks & Kindle.      More information about the 2001 Jonathan Morris & Lance Parkin almost-novel “Destination: Bandril” can be found at http://underthreehundred.blogspot.com/2018/08/puppets.html    Please leave us a rating on Apple Podcasts or the Google Play store - and submit your comments via email.  “Who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com
June 2018 Book Club: Matt & Chris are on the trail of an intrepid Kiwi reporter named James Stevens, as he investigates a shadowy conspiracy and tries to figure out just “Who Killed Kennedy,” written by David Bishop.  We’re aided in our research of the mysterious UNIT by several agent provocateurs known only as “The Doctor.”  You can read along with us at http://doctorwho.org.nz/archive/wkk/ where the novel is hosted in a variety of electronic formats, complete with value-added material (VAM!)   Please leave us a rating on Apple Podcasts or the Google Play store - and submit your comments via email.   “Who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub  Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com 
April 2019 Book Club: Matt & Chris are in for a bumpy ride as we navigate a whirlwind of eighteen short stories that make up the collection “More Short Trips.” This anthology was published in March 1999 and edited by Stephen Cole.  Once available wherever fine books were sold, it can now be found on the second-hand market.  Audio versions of two of the stories can be found on the “Tales from the TARDIS” collections, which are available on iTunes, Audible, CD, etc.    Please help other fans find our show by leaving us a rating on Apple Podcasts or your podcatcher of choice. Submit your comments via email… “who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com 
July 2018 Book Club: The 5th Doctor, Tegan, Turlough, and Kamelion invite Chris & Matt to dine out at “The Crystal Bucephalus,” a time-traveling restaurant in the far future.  This Missing Adventure was written by Craig Hinton and was originally published in November 1994.  It was once available wherever fine books were sold, and is now available on the second-hand market.    Please leave us a rating on Apple Podcasts or the Google Play store - and submit your comments via email.   “Who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com
November 2017 Book Club: Matt from Minnesota & Chris from South London dip their toes into graphic novel territory by joining a shadowy figure from the Doctor’s past… or future… on a companion collecting quest. Listen to our review of Prisoners of Time, by David and Scott Tipton, once available as individual issues - and now collected as a graphic novel.      Please leave us a rating on iTunes - and submit your comments via Twitter or email.   “Who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com
May 2017 Book Club: In honor of May being one of three sweeps months (remember those?) Chris from South London & Matt from Minnesota are joined by a very special guest star: Sean (@tardistavern) from the classic Doctor Who Book Club podcast!  This month, we’re discussing an 11th Doctor, Amy, and Rory adventure with the Ice Warriors.  Join us for a review of The Silent Stars Go By, by Dan Abnett, available wherever fine books & audio narrations are sold.  Please leave us a rating on iTunes and submit your comments via Twitter or email.  Who knows, we may end up reading your feedback on the show! Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com
January 2018 Book Club: Chris from South London & Matt from Minnesota attempt to help reunite the 8th Doctor & Sam on an arid colony world in the 22nd Century in Seeing I, by Jonathan Blum & Kate Orman.  This book was originally published in June 1998 and is now available on various digital platforms such as iBooks and Kindle.   Please leave us a rating on iTunes - and submit your comments via email.   “Who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com
September 2017 Book Club: Matt from Minnesota & Chris from South London are venturing into lightning-round recap territory this month with a review of the BBC Books anthology “Short Trips” featuring 16 stories with the first 8 Doctors.  While the paperback (published in March 1998) is long out of print, half the stories (8) are still available in unabridged audio form.  They can be found on the “Tales From the TARDIS” volumes 1 & 2 collections available for purchase and/or streaming via online audiobook eshops such as iTunes and Audible.     Please leave us a rating on iTunes and submit your comments via Twitter or email.  “Who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com
July 2017 Book Club: Matt from Minnesota & Chris from South London put on their spacesuits and join the 2nd Doctor, Jamie, & Zoe for an adventure in the outer solar system!  Join us for a review of The Wheel of Ice, by Stephen Baxter, available wherever fine books & audio narrations are sold.    Please leave us a rating on iTunes and submit your comments via Twitter or email.   “Who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com  
March 2020 Special: Chris & Matt welcome Graeme Burk & Robert Smith? back to the book club to discuss their forthcoming work, “Who is the Doctor 2: The Unofficial Guide to Doctor Who The Modern Series” which comes out on March 17th. Who Is The Doctor 2 will be available at many different online retailers and physical bookshops and can also be ordered online at ECW Press.  ECW also provides an e-book version for free if you show them proof of purchase of a physical copy. Please help other fans find our show by leaving us a rating on Apple Podcasts or your podcatcher of choice. Submit your comments via email… “who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub  Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com
September 2019 Book Club: Chris & Matt visit the remote foggy Dorsill Islands alongside the 6th Doctor & Peri - and ward off some zombies along the way - as we review “Grave Matter” by Justin Richards.  Originally published in May 2000 as part of the BBC Books Past Doctor range, it is still available on the second-hand market.      Please help other fans find our show by leaving us a rating on Apple Podcasts or your podcatcher of choice. Submit your comments via email… “who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub  Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com 
March 2020 Book Club: It’s a Doctor Who double-feature of a different sort as Chris & Matt encounter not one, but two Doctors in one book!  We begin with a Series 12 wrap-up discussion - and then review “Heart of TARDIS” by Dave Stone, originally published in June 2000.  While this book is out of print, it is available on the second-hand market.    Please help other fans find our show by leaving us a rating on Apple Podcasts or your podcatcher of choice. Submit your comments via email… “who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub  Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com
February 2019 Book Club: Matt & Chris join the 12th Doctor & Bill Potts on a strange contemporary journey into the Invisible… as we read The Shining Man by Cavan Scott.  This Doctor Who New Series Adventure was originally published in April 2017 and is for sale digitally on both the Apple iBooks & Kindle stores.  Hardcover physical copies are also still available for purchase.     Please help other fans find our show by leaving us a rating on Apple Podcasts or your podcatcher of choice. Submit your comments via email… “who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub  Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com
October 2018 Book Club: Happy Halloween!  This month, Chris & Matt are joining the 11th Doctor, Amy, and Rory, on a timey-wimey adventure with the Weeping Angels as we review Jonathan Morris’s “Touched by an Angel.”  This book was originally published in June 2011 and was republished in 2014 as part of the Monster Collection.  The book is still widely available, both in physical and digital editions, including as an unabridged audiobook read by Clare Corbett.     Please leave us a rating on Apple Podcasts or the Google Play store - and submit your comments via email.  “Who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com
December 2018 Book Club: Matt & Chris join the 4th Doctor & Sarah Jane Smith on a celebrity historical adventure with not one, not two, but three different celebrities from history!  This month, the “game is afoot” as we’re reading Evolution by John Peel.  This Doctor Who Missing Adventure novel was originally published in September 1994.  Once available wherever fine books were sold, it can now be found on the second-hand market.   Please help other fans find our show by leaving us a rating on Apple Podcasts or your podcatcher of choice. Submit your comments via email… “who knows,” we may end up reading your feedback on the podcast! Facebook: http://facebook.com/allnewdoctorwhobookclub Twitter: @ANDWBCPodcast  Email: ANDWBCPodcast@gmail.com
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Started
Feb 24th, 2017
Latest Episode
Jun 15th, 2020
Release Period
Monthly
No. of Episodes
44
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About 1 hour
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