Just gonna wipe this off. Don’t need this primordial soup.
A, la cité de l’amour. Er… I mean, la cité de la mort. Only fitting that this episode features a lovely birdsong in the background, truly solidifying the love in the air. And what better way to write a serial set in the city of love than to have three writers (David Fisher, Douglas Adams, and Graham Williams) collaborate in writing a serial. Yes, it’s the City of Death, aired in September and October 1979.
Check out our crossover with Flight Through Entirety, where we talk about English Way of Death!
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The Doctor Who title music was originally composed by Ron Grainer. The version used in this episode was arranged by Delia Derbyshire.