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: Doctor Who © The BBC
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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The Doctor Who title music was originally composed by Ron Grainer. The version used in this episode was arranged by Delia Derbyshire.
Doctor Who © The BBC