00:48 The Front Page; Rob @WhoWars kicks off this episode with discussion of what we've produced in the past couple of weeks, such as Episode 36 featuring an interview with a Doctor from Doctor Who; the Rivers of London special covering an exciting new comic series based on novels written by Doctor Who alumni Ben Aaronovitch; unboxing the new, limited edition, Robert Harrop Cyberman figurine; and a great episode of Cloud City Council last weekend. Welcome to Who Wars #37.
08:13 INTERVIEW – SDCC – Kate @Kamiduu talks to long-term SDCC goer (and Star Wars and Doctor Who fan), Margaret Mays @magmays about her experiences at San Diego Comic Con 2015 and past conventions.
30:56 FEATURE – STAR WARS/THE MUPPETS – Neil and Johnny from the Drinking In The Park podcast discuss some long-held links between the Muppets and Star Wars.
45:14 FEATURE – CLONE WARS – Rob @WhoWars continues to watch the Clone Wars TV series in chronological order. Here, the chronology takes him to 1.2 Rising Malevolence; 1.3 Shadow of Malevolence; and 1.4 Destroy Malevolence. What does he think of them?
58:20 COMIC – STAR WARS – Darth Vader #7 (Marvel) by Andy @skaromedia and additional acting by Kate @Kamiduu
1:05:13 COMIC – STAR WARS – Kanan #4 (Marvel) by Jon @nerdstitute
1:08:50 ADVERT - Lex @Lexerness channels her inner Amelia Pond to encourage you to join the Who Wars team.
1:09:12 BOOK REVIEW – DOCTOR WHO – Rob @WhoWars reviews the first 12th Doctor New Series Adventure (NSA), The Blood Cell. Have you read it? Why not email us at email@example.com and tell us whether you agree with Rob's thoughts or not? We'd love to hear from you.
1:20:02 FEATURE – DOCTOR WHO/DALEKS – Jon @nerdstitute talks Robert @MinGoose through watching his first classic episode of Doctor Who, The Daleks. This is the first part in a wider, irregular series where Jon and Robert will look at every Dalek story to date.
1:33:29 – The Back Page; closing remarks from Rob @WhoWars, followed by an email from @Johnnerholler about the back page of Episode 36 where Rob discussed the potential over-saturation of Star Wars in the decade ahead. Following this, the editorial topic for this week is footage and trailers screened at San Diego Comic Con as "exclusives" and designed never to be seen again. What sort of marketing madness is this? In his usual style, Rob has his say. Want to comment back? Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us what you think.
1:43:29 The Who Wars Podcast Credits (including details on how to get in touch with the show).