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Episode 128: Series 15 Classic Who

Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Release Date: 12/07/2019

Episode 140: Season 20 show art Episode 140: Season 20

Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Straight Outta Gallifrey revisit season 20, extracting bits of Time Lord information while also noting the celebratory nature of the episodes leading up to the Five Doctors, which was crafted magnificently by Terrance Dicks, considering all the circumstances.  

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Episode 139: DW Series 19 show art Episode 139: DW Series 19

Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Straight Outta Gallifrey is revisiting series 19, where we have another crowded T.A.R.D.I.S. team.  From battling the Master, getting reacquainted with Cyberman, losing the Sonic Screwdriver,  to burning down the town. Doctor Who is now in full 80's mode.  The Middle Eight.   Write to us at or on Twitter at @sogallifrey. Become a Patreon by going to    

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Episode 138: Series 18 show art Episode 138: Series 18

Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Siskoid, Ruth and Darrin, and Ashford discuss series 18 of Doctor Who!  New costumes, new companions, good-byes to the best Romana of them all whatever that meant, a new Master, and a new era.  The 80s.     Write to us at Twitter: @sogallifrey  

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Episode 137: Doctor Who Series 17  show art Episode 137: Doctor Who Series 17

Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Siskoid, Ruth and Darrin, and Ashford discuss series 17, where we visit Shada, Skaro, and Paris!  We give series 17 a second look, extracting all Timelord...stuff.  Hunker down!  Give us a listen as you are isolated at home.  Hang in there.   Write to us at or on Twitter @Sogallifrey  If you want to support the show, please head over to  

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Episode 136: They Key to Time Series show art Episode 136: They Key to Time Series

Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

The Doctor and Romana are traveling through all time and space to find order out of chaos by claiming every article to the key to time.  Show Runner Graham Williams places a lighter, comedic, fairy-tale touch to the series, exiting away from the horror send ups. Write to us at or  

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Top Ten Doctor Who  show art Top Ten Doctor Who

Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Kyle of the Discussing Who Podcast and Ashford discuss their Top 10 Doctor Who episodes to watch during self isolation.  What are yours?  Write to us at   or on Twitter @sogallifrey.  E-Mail us at  

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Episode 134: The Timeless Children show art Episode 134: The Timeless Children

Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Series 12's finale, The Timeless Children, leaves us with more questions than answers...but to be fair, we did get some answers.  Please give us a listen and follow us on Twitter @sogallifrey and    

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Episode 133: Ascension of the Cybermen show art Episode 133: Ascension of the Cybermen

Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Chris Chibnall gave us Ascension of the Cybermen, where we are left asking more questions than getting answers.  And yes, we see Gallifrey and the Master, but Diane really takes up deeper, explaining how perhaps, they Cybermen, and other plot threads, could perhaps be a part of Gallifrey's beginnings.  Write to us at or  

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Episode 132: Can You Hear Me? show art Episode 132: Can You Hear Me?

Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

Time Traveling to the past in Syria, dealing with internal conflicts while trying to battle Eternals all in one episode, which really brings the Doctor and Company to darn near a breaking point.  We would love to hear what you think about this episode.  Write to us at  

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Episode 131: Fugitive of the Judon show art Episode 131: Fugitive of the Judon

Doctor Who: Straight Outta Gallifrey

This groundbreaking episode dug deep after seeing the TARDIS buried underground.  2 Doctors!  And perhaps not the two you were thinking of.  We are not in Spain anymore. Write to us at or  

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Series 15, the beginning of the Graham Williams era, still has the Philip Hinchcliffe stories that were ordered, so we still see elements of proper horror.  At the very end we get a Gallifrey story with high jinks, West Wing melodrama, and in the T.A.R.D.I.S. dwelling.  Write to us at prydonian.post@gmail.com