2MTL 453: Within Our Confession Dials

http://twominutetimelord.com/podcasts/2mtl-453.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadThere's been a lot of great Doctor Who content that speaks to the global pandemic thanks to creators recruited and organized by folks such as Chris Chibnall and Emily Cook. But 2015's "Heaven Sent" seems particularly relevant as well…

2MTL 404: Series 9 in Review (Part Two with The Writers' Room)

http://twominutetimelord.com/podcasts/2mtl-404.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadThanks to the holidays, this huge Time Dilation edition of the podcast was almost literally 404. Thanks so much to Kyle Anderson and Erik Stadnik of Doctor Who: The Writers' Room for joining me for an in-depth (believe me, once they get wound up about "Sleep No More"…) examination of Series 9. …

2MTL 403: Series 9 in Review (Part One with Petra Mayer and Rachel Donner)

http://twominutetimelord.com/podcasts/2mtl-403.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSeries 9 is over, and with it is Chip's fidelity to his podcast format: It's time for a series of longer Time Dilation episodes! First up, the first of two year-in-review episodes, this time with NPR's Petra Meyer and Hockey Feels co-host Rachel Donner.

2MTL 401: "Heaven Sent" Reviewed

http://twominutetimelord.com/podcasts/2mtl-401.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadAfter millions of years of chipping away at a diamond wall, getting zapped by a creature from nightmares, and crawling to a teleporter to restart the cycle, I've released a podcast about "Heaven Sent."

2MTL 400: "Face the Raven" Reviewed

http://twominutetimelord.com/podcasts/2mtl-400.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadThe 400th episode of 2MTL coincides with the swan song of one Clara Oswald (and Chip is blissfully unaware of spoilers or synopses for the next two episodes, so he's going to hold to that position for now). And as modern companion departures go, there's been no equal. Check …

2MTL 399: "Sleep No More" Reviewed

http://twominutetimelord.com/podcasts/2mtl-399.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadFrom Professor Rasmussen speaking to camera and the complete lack of opening titles to a barely present score and unusual "resolution" to the episode, "Sleep No More" broke all the rules of Doctor Who. Now I'm afraid it'll be harder to break them again.