The worlds of science fiction, comic books, and Doctor Who collide within the Discussing Who podcast. Hosted by Kyle Jones, Clarence Brown, and Lee Shackleford. Discussing Who features interviews, reviews, news, and more. Who (or what) will we discuss next?
Doctor Who and the TARDIS are owned and trademarked by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Various comic book and science fiction characters are either public domain or owned. The Discussing Who podcast, website, and social media are not connected to the BBC, Warner Brothers, Disney, or any/all interested parties. No infringement intended.
Kyle is an avid fan of Doctor Who, comic books, & gadgets. He works in Corporate HR by day, but is a Whovian & blogger by night. He is also a co-host of the longest running Doctor Who podcast, Doctor Who: Podshock. Kyle is a longtime fan of comics, science fiction, and Doctor Who. In addition to co-creator of Discussing Who, Kyle is the team’s central showrunner.
Clarence is a software developer with an avid interest in technology and geek culture. He enjoys podcasting, occasional journalism, casual gaming, app development, and working out. He is a co-founder and host on the Techpedition podcast. As co-creator of Discussing Who, Clarence brings experience in podcasting and serves as the team’s technical expert.
Lee Shackleford is a writer for stage, screen, and radio with more than 150 produced scripts to his credit. His best-known works are in the deathless realm on Sherlock Holmes. He wrote and starred in the off-Broadway hit HOLMES & WATSON. With his first love being science fiction, Lee was a widely-published writer and illustrator of STAR TREK fan fiction. He is also a co-host of the longest running Doctor Who podcast, Doctor Who: Podshock. When looking for an additional perspective to add to the show, Lee was an obvious choice, and played a large role in choosing this podcast’s name. He serves as the team’s expert on story structure.