Two-minute Time Lord

A podcast by Chip Sudderth

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167 Episodes

  1. 2MTL 479: Solid Gold?

    Published: 2/2/2024
  2. 2MTL 478: Goblin Corps

    Published: 12/28/2023
  3. 2MTL 477: ¿Por qué no los dos?

    Published: 12/9/2023
  4. 2MTL 476: Evolution of the Doctor

    Published: 12/2/2023
  5. 2MTL 475: Brandishing the Gravity Stanchions

    Published: 11/25/2023
  6. 2MTL 474: Is 14 Greater Than 10?

    Published: 11/20/2023
  7. 2MTL 473: The Reset Button

    Published: 11/13/2023
  8. 2MTL 472: "That is a good look on you, Professor"

    Published: 10/24/2022
  9. 2MTL 471: Long Time Ago When We Was Fam

    Published: 10/22/2022
  10. 2MTL 470: Something Old, Something New

    Published: 5/15/2022
  11. 2MTL 469: TIME DILATION: The Streaming Future of Doctor Who

    Published: 5/1/2022
  12. 2MTL 468: "Legend of the Sea Devils" and Feeling Closer to "Fine"

    Published: 4/24/2022
  13. 2MTL 467: Parsing Age, Rose/Ten and Thasmin

    Published: 4/15/2022
  14. 2MTL 466: New Year's Hangover

    Published: 2/15/2022
  15. 2MTL 465: Re: Flux ("The Vanquishers")

    Published: 12/16/2021
  16. 2MTL 464: Steeling for the Finale ("Survivors of the Flux")

    Published: 12/4/2021
  17. 2MTL 463: 2MTL 463: The Power of Blinking Without Blinking (“Village of the Angels”)

    Published: 11/28/2021
  18. 2MTL 462: Atropositive ("Once, Upon Time")

    Published: 11/19/2021
  19. 2MTL 461: Sontar…huh. ("War of the Sontarans")

    Published: 11/13/2021
  20. 2MTL 460: The Opposite of Episodic ("The Halloween Apocalypse")

    Published: 10/31/2021

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Two-minute Time Lord is a commentary podcast about the BBC's popular family science fiction program, Doctor Who, and its spinoffs. We'll try to keep this context in mind as we review episodes, comment on the news of the moment, and otherwise pontificate: Doctor Who is not FOR a fortysomething podcaster. It's for that nine-year-old behind the sofa. But his or her mum and dad have been invited along for the ride, as are those of us who were kids when Fifth Doctor Peter Davison first picked up a cricket bat. And we will keep it to two minutes (roughly), because we are ALL in a hurry. Except when we have interviews.