The Who Wars Podcast #038

00:00 The Who Wars Podcast Theme

00:48 The Front Page; Rob @WhoWars kicks off this episode with discussion of the Who Wars production process; this episode’s Matthew Jacobs interview; plugging our usual segments; a call-out for feedback on the show and iTunes reviews; and a special Paul Cornell interview which will be on the blog next Wednesday.

04:39 INTERVIEW – DOCTOR WHO/LUCASFILM – Kate @Kamiduu speaks with British writer, director, producer and actor, Matthew Jacobs. He is known best for his extensive career writing for television shows like Doctor Who and The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles. He also directed two prize-winning TV movies for BBC films Hallelujah Anyhow (1992) and Mothertime (1998). Jacobs has also written several screen plays. His film credits include Lassie, The Emperor’s New Groove and the cult classic Paperhouse. Aside from his work in television and film, Jacobs has worked on other projects in the entertainment industry. He has written for the video games Outlaws and Star Wars: Starfighter.

44:46 FEATURE – STAR WARS – Kate @Kamiduu canvasses opinion on what would make a good Star Wars TV series on Netflix. Opinions from Who Wars team members Andy @Skaromedia Alan @JediZaugg & Rob @WhoWars with additional Twitter comments from @PeterDiCicco @acrossthestars @brushyourteeth @JoaquinSlowly @darthkindness @werewolfcallgirl & @forcechildren

55:13 FEATURE – CLONE WARS – Rob @WhoWars continues to watch the Clone Wars TV series in chronological order. Here, the chronology takes him to 1.5 Rookies Have you seen it? Tell us what you thought:

1:01:30 INTERVIEW – DOCTOR WHO – Elizabeth @egunhildcarter speaks with the Sixth Doctor, Colin Baker @SawbonesHex Seventh Doctor companion, Sophie Aldred @sophie_aldred and the Seventh Doctor himself, Sylvester McCoy at Manchester Comic Con 2015. You can hear more of these interviews — and more — in the first episode of Andy’s new podcast @topgeak

1:15:25 BOOK REVIEW – DOCTOR WHO – Rob @WhoWars takes a look at the 2013 reference book, The Doctor: His Lives and Times. Does it hold up to the classic reference books of Rob’s past? Who would be best served by it?

1:29:35 COMIC – DOCTOR WHO – 9th Doctor #3 (Titan) by Rob @WhoWars

1:37:18 COMIC – DOCTOR WHO – 10th Doctor #13 (Titan) by Kate @Kamiduu

1:44:08 – The Back Page; closing remarks from Rob @WhoWars, followed by a discussion of recent comments by Colin Baker in Doctor Who Magazine relating to the fairness of its polls and whether we need to know the least popular Doctors and stories as well as the most popular. Where do you stand on this? Tell us what you think in text or an MP3 to us at:

1:51:54 The Who Wars Podcast Credits (including details on how to get in touch with the show).