Pex Lives: A Doctor Who Podcast
James Murphy and Kevin Burns are both Certified Minor Internet Personalities with a shared love of Doctor Who. Explore the history of the show with them, as they watch classic serials and chat with each other each month about them. Each month, the pair will pick a classic serial to watch and then break down, exploring the themes, characters and production of the given story. There will also be jokes. New episodes on the first Sunday of every month.
3. The Krotons, or Smash the Machine

The Pex Lives team returns! This month’s discussion is all about the 1968 Patrick Troughton serial, The Krotons and takes in situationism, Dark Shadows, the role of education in perpetrating the ideas of the state, and lots of other fun stuff. Next month, if the crick don’t rise, Colony In Space!

Direct download: pex_lives_03_the_krotons.mp3
Category:Second Doctor -- posted at: 12:00pm UTC
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2. The Space Museum, or Revolution!

Episode 2 of the fabulous Pex Lives podcast is live and waiting for you to hear it. The guys had a great, freewheeling conversation about The Space Museum that touches on all sorts of issues. Namechecks to Tolstoy, H.G. Wells, Bob Dylan, The Beatles and The Who, and lots of meaty discussion of colonialism and revolution. So, if you haven’t ever seen The Space Museum, don’t get left behind. Next month: The Krotons!

Direct download: pex_lives_02_the_space_museum.mp3
Category:First Doctor -- posted at: 12:00pm UTC
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1. An Unearthly Child, or I Tolerate This Century But I Don't Enjoy It

Welcome, traveller! This is the first ever episode of the monthly Pex Lives, a podcast about Doctor Who. Meet Kevin and James, your hosts through this pilot episode about a pilot episode. Apologies for the audio issues on James’ end this time: rest assured next month’s episode will be practically perfect in every way.

September’s show will be about the Space Museum, for those following along at home. Enjoy!

Direct download: pex_lives_01_an_unearthly_child.mp3
Category:First Doctor -- posted at: 12:00pm UTC
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