Six Smart Women Discussing Doctor Who

Scientific Secrets

It’s giveaway time again! The fab folks at the BBC will send a copy of this fine tome (which features our very own Liz!) to one lucky winner. Just leave a comment below to enter! One comment per person please. The contest ends June 24th. I’ll announce the winner here in the comments and on Twitter. We’ll contact the winner via the email address they use to comment (or to pledge via Patreon).

And remember, if you’re Verity! patron, you’re entered automatically! (So please don’t comment because that would be cheating.)

Good luck everyone!

^E

Comments on: "Verity! Giveaway! – The Scientific Secrets of Doctor Who" (78)

  1. Yes, thank you. I would love a copy of Simon’s book.

  2. Hello! I would very much like a copy of this. Thank you:)

  3. With contributors as good as these, why wouldn’t I want a copy?

  4. Vauxhallwoman said:

    Funny – I never thought science and Doctor Who were that close.

  5. This book seems tailor made for Doctor Who fans, and I have been one all my life. I would love a copy!

  6. Oh my! Looks amazing, would love to win it…

  7. John Seever said:

    I am a fan of Doctor Who, and started watching during the 9th Doctor; and have became a big fan of the 1st, 4th and 10th Doctors. I would live to learn more about the various aspects of the Science of Doctor Who.

  8. Certainly wouldn’t mind winning one for the library!

  9. Would love to win one

  10. Would be pretty good to win one of these and add it to my Doctor Who bookcase – thanks!

  11. Nicole said:

    Fun! Thanks for the chance to win. Looks like a great read!

  12. John Khoo said:

    Yes I would love this books. Always regarded the great Doctor as being awesome and scientific

  13. Michelle said:

    Would love to win a copy. I’m one of those types of readers that actually likes academic books based on tv & movies.

  14. Thanks for the giveaway! DD loves science (and DW) …as do I

  15. oh please please please! 🙂

  16. Verity is the best!

  17. sciencey! I would love a copy!

  18. Patrick McGuire said:

    I enjoy this sort of “the science in” book. –Patrick

  19. Kyle Miller said:

    I think some of the dodgiest science in Doctor Who was in The End of Time when the whole planet Gallifrey arrived in Earth’s orbit and there was no astronomical or physical damage to either planet whatsoever.

  20. Rhian Evans said:

    Verity podcast makes my inner geek happy and squishy 🙂

  21. I would love a copy of this book. The moon is not an egg.

  22. Elinor said:

    I’d love to get this book ^^

  23. Lindsey said:

    I would love a copy of this book!

  24. I’d love to win a copy the book. Thanks!

  25. Valerie said:

    Hey, this book looks awesome! Thanks for hosting a giveaway!

  26. I would like to win. Love, Neil

  27. Richard S. said:

    But who won the actual episode? Liz! It was LIz! Liz won that episode! And I have now ruined my chances for the book…

  28. i would like to win a book!

  29. Laurie said:

    Ooh shiny (throws doctor who scarf into run) well I’ll keep my fingers crossed

  30. As a former arts major with a desire to hold my own with the science menfolk in the family – I would love to win a copy of the book, thanks for such a fun giveaway. 😀

  31. Hope I win!

  32. Looks good and I believe there’s some Jenny Colgan & Andrew Smith in there too!

  33. Mr Aarons said:

    Yes please!

  34. Risa Romano said:

    This looks great! And I was delighted by your new episode.

  35. Kat Schraft said:

    I love that Liz had her own “In debate of…” show. Perfectly sensible as ever. I would very much like to win this book. The moon is not an egg.

  36. Lauren Messenger said:

    I really enjoyed the episode, especially Liz’s defense of “reverse the polarity of the neutron flow” (and also the debate about Kill the Moon–I agree: “It’s not an egg!” would make a great ribbon).

    I’d love a copy of the book!

  37. My daughter introduced me to your podcasts and can’t tell you how much I look forward to them now. We would both love to have this book. Thoroughly enjoyed today’s “defense/debate” extra today! Keep up the good work!!!

  38. This Whovian ⭐️would love to win.. Is the contest
    available to those of us who live in the USA
    if so sign me up for the win thanx👽

  39. If this giveaway is open to the USA, I’d like to enter too. Sounds like a fascinating book! Just found Doctor Who about a year ago. 🙂

  40. I would love a copy of the book! Thank you.

  41. Andrew Bryan said:

    I would love to have this book. I’m with Erica and Kat, I love the idea that the moon is something we didn’t expect it to be, namely an egg. It’s along the lines of the Adipose, for me.

  42. Clara said:

    Me! Me! Please?

  43. Missy Duchesneau said:

    Certainly a nugget of delight!

  44. Trying to defend the “science” in Doctor Who is like trying to defend a time machine built out of a Delorean. Don’t bother. Just go with it. Great episode though. And, of course, I’d like a book!

  45. Some of the science I can “go with,” and some bugs the living $h!7 out of me. I’d be interested to see what a wide range of writers whose opinions I value have to say about some of my own pet peeves. 🙂

  46. Can haz? Pls Pls PLS?

  47. Yes please!

  48. Maggie Reyes said:

    The episode was lots of fun! I’d love the book por favor!

  49. Susan Christian said:

    Hi Ladies. I would love to win a copy of this new book. ☺ Thanks.

  50. Hello, I must be going!
    I cannot stay,
    I’m here to say
    I must be going.

    I’m glad I came,
    But just the same,
    I must be going!

    La-la!

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