Ian Chesterton

6: The Doctor Should Make a Segway (The Aztecs)

The Aztecs seem pretty chill.

This week, Kiyan and Dylan watched the Aztecs, written by John Lucarotti and aired in May and June of 1964. In this episode, they can’t seem to find things to say, except that Barbara should listen to the Doctor for once.

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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.

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5: Three End…. YEAHHHHHH (The Keys of Marinus)

Yes, the final 2 episodes really were that good.

Kiyan and Dylan return for their 5 week anniversary of this podcast after watching The Keys of Marinus, written by Terry Nation and aired in April and May of 1964. They then rave about the final 2 episodes and discuss some of the reboot in relation to the old Doctor Who.

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4: Let’s Drink Mercury (Marco Polo)

*We won’t actually drink mercury.

Ping-Cho’s future husband is actually the one to drink the mercury. Kiyan and Dylan explore Marco Polo, the 4th serial, aired in 1964 and written by John Lucarotti. This is the first serial with missing episodes and the first completely missing serial. Sorry for the strange pops during the show, that’s us hitting the table while heatedly discussing Doctor Who.

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3: The Episode With Nothing in It (The Edge of Destruction)

We didn’t have anything to say.

Everything’s ok though, we somehow found 30 minutes of content about a 2 episode serial, The Edge of Destruction, written by David Whitaker and aired in February, 1964. We forgot to mention the name of the serial we are watching next week, which is Marco Polo.

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2: Our Super Secret Courier System (The Daleks)

The Introduction of the Daleks.

Kiyan and Dylan faithfully return for the second week. This week they watch The Daleks, written by Terry Nation and originally aired in 1963.

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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.

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1.1: Good Old Painted Backdrops (An Unearthly Child)

This is the beginning of a beautiful partnership.

This is a rerecord, remake, reboot, whatever of the very first episode of our podcast. If you’re reading this on Apple Podcasts or Google Play, or basically anywhere that isn’t our website, you can find the original version of this episode on our website here. Otherwise, this is a new and shiny version, which we made four years into the podcast. We hope you enjoy! It’s An Unearthly Child, written by Anthony Coburn and aired on November to December, 1963.


Show-notes:


6:25 On February 11, 1938, the BBC aired the first science fiction ever broadcast on television: an adaptation of part of Rossum’s Universal Robots.
6:40 We have a Blake’s 7 podcast called Zenith.
7:45 The Syndeton Experiment is a Blake’s 7 audio that I guess was originally broadcast on the radio in the late 90s.
25:49 Hartnell suffered from arteriosclerosis.
38:49 Flight Through Entirety just go to New Who.
39:26 Look at this mess. Just look a it.

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Episode 1: He’s Gonna Have Celery

And so it begins.

In the first episode of the podcast, Kiyan and Dylan explore the first Doctor Who serial, commonly referred to as An Unearthly Child, released in 1963 and written by Anthony Coburn.

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