Episode 3 Bernard Cribbins in Vinyl

Brendan, Richard and Nathan take on the first three stories of Doctor Who’s difficult second season: Planet of Giants, The Dalek Invasion of Earth and The Rescue. Spoiler alert: we think that almost all of them are fantastic!

Buy the stories!

Planet of Giants (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)

The Dalek Invasion of Earth (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)

The Rescue/The Romans (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)

Take a look at the recipes for all of our delicious baked goods at the Food Machine.

And, of course, the ever-quotable Dr Elizabeth Sandifer.

Rachael Carson’s Silent Spring (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)

Robert Erlich’s The Population Bomb (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)

The World’s Fair 1939, Futurama Exhibit

Mary Norton’s The Borrowers (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)

Carl Jung’s Animus and Anima

Chekhov’s Gun

John Wyndham’s The Day of the Triffids (Amazon US) (Amazon UK) (And don’t forget that Carole Ann Ford was in the 1963 film adaptation, for some reason.)

Airstrip One was Orwell’s name for England in Nineteen Eighty-Four.

The Increasingly Horrifying Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)

John Wyndham’s Chocky (it’s really great: read it!) (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)

The Works of Robert Aickman (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)

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Episode 2 So Maudlin

It’s 1964, and Brendan, Richard and Nathan take on the back half of Season 1: The Keys of Marinus, The Aztecs, The Sensorites and The Reign of Terror. More Barbara! More Billy-fluffs! More German Expressionism!

Buy the stories!

The Keys of Marinus (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)

The Aztecs (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)

The Sensorites (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)

The Reign of Terror (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)

The all-important topics of Architecture and German Expressionism.

Brendan’s happy censorship music is The Girl From Ipanema.

Cathy Gale from The Avengers!

Witness for the Prosecution, directed by Billy Wilder, and starring Marlene Dietrich.

Jared Diamond’s Guns, Germs and Steel (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)

Cornell, Day and Topping’s Discontinuity Guide: The Aztecs.

RIP Maya Angelou.

Planet Skaro Audios.

The online Doctor Who horoscope that Brendan mentions is at tardisday.com, and here’s another horoscope you might enjoy.

BroadDWCast, a comprehensive online guide to worldwide transmissions of Doctor Who. And if you want to know even more about Australian broadcast dates (and why wouldn’t you?), you can go to this page on Gallifrey Base.

Paul McGann’s Susan audios, including An Earthly Child, Relative Dimensions, Lucie Miller and To The Death. (These last two are McGann’s Season 4 finale, so: spoiler alert!)

The Manchurian Candidate, directed by John Frankenheimer.

Carole Ann Ford stars (oh, okay, appears) in The Day of the Triffids, and in The Great St. Trinian’s Train Robbery.

Picks of the week

Nathan: Tat Wood and Lawrence Miles’s seven-book series, About Time: The Unauthorized Guide to Doctor Who (Amazon US) (Amazon UK).

Brendan: The Wonderful Book of Doctor Who 1965 (Not 1964. Sorry.)

Richard: David Whitaker’s Doctor Who novelisations: Doctor Who in an Exciting Adventure with the Daleks (Amazon US) (Amazon UK), Doctor Who and the Crusaders (Amazon US) (Amazon UK).

Episode 1 Horribly Blond(e)

Brendan, Richard and Nathan discuss the first half of the show’s first season: An Unearthly Child, The Daleks, The Edge of Destruction, and Marco Polo. With hilarious results. (We hope.)

The Doctor Who: The Beginning DVD box set contains the first three stories of Season 1 — An Unearthly Child, The Daleks and The Edge of Destruction. (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)

Loose Cannon Reconstruction of Marco Polo. (YouTube)

Rod’s pecan slice recipe.

Cornell, Day and Topping’s Discontinuity Guide: The Daleks.

Zienia Merton’s Space: 1999 clip. (YouTube)

Catch up with the latest news on the Flight Through Entirety Facebook page, or by following @FTEpodcast on Twitter. You can also follow Brendan at @brandybongos, and Nathan at @dwrandomiser. And you can follow Richard around the streets of Sydney. He won’t mind. He’s very sociable.

Nathan’s ringtone. (YouTube)

Episode Zero A Little Queer

The boys kick off the podcast by discussing the untransmitted pilot episode of Doctor Who.

The Doctor Who: The Beginning DVD box set contains the first three stories of Season 1, as well as the untransmitted pilot episode, and the Origins documentary Nathan mentions. (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)

An Adventure in Space and Time, Mark Gatiss’s docudrama about the origins of Doctor Who. (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)

An Unearthly Series: The Origins of a TV Legend, a 30-part series about the origins of the show, published on doctorwhonews.net in the lead-up to the 50th anniversary in 2013.

TARDIS Eruditorum, Dr Elizabeth Sandifer’s superb blog, tracking the history of the world, Great Britain and Doctor Who.

Picks of the week

Nathan: The Randomiser, a website dedicated to picking your next Doctor Who episode for you. On Twitter at @dwrandomiser.

Richard: Okay, also The Randomiser.

Brendan: The Big Finish Companion Chronicles set before An Unearthly Child, including The Beginning, Quinnis, and The Alchemists.