“Have you ever thought what it’s like to be wanderers in the fourth dimension? Have you? To be exiles…?” – The First Doctor

The Greatest Show in the Galaxy is Simply Syndicated’s foray into the worlds of Doctor Who, Britain’s longest running science fiction franchise. Hosted by Emma Foster and Michael Mould, they talk all things Who, from the Classic Series to modern times, including essential episodes, reviews, controversial discussions and the occasional sweary rant.

Episodes

TGSITG 93: The 70s Companions From First To Worst

Since Emma and Mike's preference for their favourite 70s companion is so bleedingly obvious to anyone with half a brain cell, they decide to reverse the polarity of this particular list show.

TGSITG 92: The Tomb Of The Cybermen

On September 2nd 1967, Doctor Who returned for its fifth season with "The Tomb of the Cybermen", a story regarded by many as one of the all time classics. In celebration of its fiftieth anniversary, special guest Rick Tetrault joins Emma and Mike explore the ice tombs of Telos...

TGSITG 91: Five Underappreciated Episodes

Emma and Mike go through their lists of stories that they feel get lost in the mix.

TGSITG 90: Series Ten Retrospective

Emma and Mike are joined by Shane Thomas and Jonathan Wilkinson of The Greatest Events in Sporting History to give final thoughts on Series Ten. as well as the casting of Jodie Whittaker as the Doctor.

TGSITG 89: Who Looks Like A Lady

Emma and Mike discuss the casting of Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor.

TGSITG 88: Without Hope, Without Witness, Without Reward

Emma and Mike review the final episode of Series Ten. Will it stand or will it fall?

TGSITG 87: My Name Is Doctor Who

The beginning of the end of Series Ten is here with Steven Moffat's "World Enough and Time", but will it prove to be Master-ful or slow going for Emma and Mike?

TGSITG 86: You Can Name A Cow After Me

Emma and Mike discuss "The Eaters of Light" by returning writer Rona Munro.

TGSITG 85: Just A Day Out For The Kids

Mark Gatiss returns to Doctor Who with "Empress of Mars". Will it reign supreme, or does it deserve to be put on ice?

TGSITG 84: I Really Wanted To Make You See

Emma and Mike review the closing episode of the Monk trilogy, Toby Whithouse's "The Lie of the Land".