Episode 133

Literally Mooning the Audience

This week’s episode of Flight Through Entirety contains over 200 special effects shots and was recorded in a delightful civic temple somewhere in Cardiff. It’s not quite the new normal, but we’re definitely on our way there. Welcome to The End of the World.

(Whatever happened to the Buy the story section? I used to love that.)

Russell T Davies’s historical miniseries Casanova starred David Tennant as a mouthy romantic lead, and meant that we were all fairly certain that he would be the new Doctor when Eccleston’s departure was announced.

Another hint came from Tennant’s appearance in The Quatermass Experiment (2015), which was a live-to-air remake of Nigel Neale’s 1953 TV series.

The Temple of Peace in Cardiff has been used as a location in no less than 920 episodes of Doctor Who since 2005.

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Episode 133: Literally Mooning the Audience · Duration 0:43:02 · Download · Open in new window

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