Every week, the Flight Through Entirety team call up to discuss our first impression of the latest episode of the Jodie Whittaker era of Doctor Who.
Village of the Angels
A solid 9 out of 10 from us. It’s Village of the Angels.
Once, Upon Time
This week, we’re lurking in our own timestreams, reliving the moment a few days ago when we first saw Once, Upon Time: Todd keeps checking his watch, Brendan is still annoyed about the whole satsuma thing, James is feeding his tamagochi and rubbing his belly, while Nathan is wondering why the exam he’s turned up to without any pants on is being supervised by Mandip Gill. It’s the sort of thing that only happens Once, Upon Time.
War of the Sontarans
For this chapter of Jodie into Terror, we’re joined by JIT débutant Simon Moore for an enthusiastic appraisal of this week’s Doctor Who episode and an animated discussion of camp villains, well-scripted Doctoresses and the importance of not scheduling everyone’s rest periods at the same time. This isn’t your great-great-great-great-great-grandmother’s Crimean War — it’s War of the Sontarans.
The Halloween Apocalypse
This week, Jodie into Terror makes a triumphant return: Brendan is worried about heartworm, Todd is fumbling with his keys, James is suffering from the terrible side-effects of his psychic survey, Nathan can’t stop showing people around the Sydney Museum of Football Teams Nobody Cares About, and Richard is threatening the existence of every sentient being the universe. Buckle up: it’s Doctor Who: Series 13: Flux: Chapter One: The Halloween Apocalypse.
Revolution of the Daleks
What better way to kick off 2021 than watching Donald Trump and Theresa May unleashing a sexy new breed of Dalek upon the British voting public? It’s a good day for squid, explosions and farewells on Revolution of the Daleks.
The Timeless Children
This week, five hitherto unknown incarnations of the Doctor will be strapping you to a chair and shouting at you for half an hour about their fan theories about the origins of the Time Lords. Until you’re willing to admit that — in a very real sense — we are all the Timeless Children.
Excellent podcast beginning to end. And very accessible for NuWho-era watchers.
Great podcast. Happy I found one that releases so soon after episodes. The only problem is the audios a bit iffy which I wouldn’t care too much about normally but there are points where people are completely unintelligible. Anyway, great work