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Episode 107: Do You Dream of Davros?

Does Davros count Daleks to fall asleep?

This week’s episode is brought to you by the color pink. And by pink, I mean PINK, because that frock that Romana wears is straight up bright pink. It contrasts nicely with the cold grey of the Dalek casings. Yes, this week it’s Destiny of the Daleks, written by Terry Nation and aired in September of 1979.

And don’t forget to check out Flight Through Entirety ahead of our crossover which goes out this coming Wednesday.
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Episode 86: Hotel Doctor Who

So I called up the Doctor. “Please bring me my time.”

He said “I couldn’t get there since 1969.”
And still Sarah is calling from far away.
Wake you up in the middle of the fight,
Just to hear her say…

Help me fight this Android Invasion!
By Terry Nation (By Terry Nation)
The Terry Nation.
Aired in the year Nineteen – Seventy Five
In Late November (In Late November)
Early December.

In case you missed it, this week Kiyan and Dylan discussed The Android Invasion, aired in November and December of 1975 and written by Terry Nation.

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Episode 81: On Screen On Screen

Son Screen’s sun screen is on screen sun screen.

This week Kiyan and Dylan explore one of the juggernauts of classic Doctor Who (See what I did there? The Juggernauts is an audio drama featuring Davros, the Daleks, and the Mechonoids [from The Chase]). If the previous sentence didn’t give it away, this week the topic at hand is Genesis of the Daleks, which was written by Terry Nation and aired in March and April in 1975. It famously introduces the character of Davros, creator of the Daleks.

For the curious: Spare Parts, The First Sontarans, Lords of the Red Planet

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Episode 75: The Dalek Syndrome

Syndrome was a pretty good villain. Oh wait we’re talking Daleks.

This week Kiyan and Dylan begin the end of the beginning eras of Doctor Who. If that makes sense. Well basically they’re coming to the end of the Third Doctor’s era, and it’s pretty clearly running down. Terrance Dicks, Barry Letts, and Jon Pertwee have all decided by this time to leave the show at the end of the season. The serial that has apparently so blatantly signposted this end of an era is Death to the Daleks, written by Terry Nation and aired in February and March of 1974.

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Episode 71: Falling Rocks Hair Gel

Goes great with the Hard Rock Cafe!

The topic of discussion this week is Planet of the Daleks. Kiyan and Dylan were… not impressed with it as a resolution to Frontier In Space. But no matter, they still had a good time explaining it. Planet of the Daleks was written by Terry Nation and it aired in April and May of 1973.

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Super Ep. 1: Who Designs Something Like That?

Yeah, who thinks a super cut episode is a good idea?

This super episode is a super cut of Episodes 19, 21, and 22, which correspond to Mission to the Unknown and The Daleks’ Master Plan parts 1 and 2. Basically all 3 episodes have been condensed down into 1. Both serials were written by Terry Nation, and Mission to the Unknown was aired on  Oct 9th, 1965, and The Daleks’ Master Plan was aired from November 1965 through January of 1966.

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Episode 22: They Didn’t Put an Off Switch!

And then we concluded The Daleks’ Master Plan

This week Kiyan and Dylan finished off The Daleks’ Master Plan, with the final 6 episodes, aired between 23 December, 1965 and 29 January, 1966. These episodes were also written by Dennis Spooner and Terry Nation. The Doctor also breaks the 4th wall in episode 7.

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Episode 21: The Doctor Supports Oculus

The first 6 episodes of the Daleks’ Master Plan.

This week Kiyan and Dylan watched the first 6 episodes of The Daleks’ Master Plan, written by Terry Nation and Dennis Spooner. These episodes were aired between 13 November and 16 December of 1965. This serial also marks the first, and last adventure of Katarina.

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Episode 19: The Writers Didn’t Know What They Were Doing

Tangents are fun or something like that.

Kiyan and Dylan watched the only serial not to star the Doctor or any of his companions. It was also the only one episode serial in the classic series. As a result, Kiyan and Dylan go on a large Dalek timeline tangent in the middle of explaining the episode. Misison to the Unknown was written by Terry Nation and was aired on the 9th of October 1965.

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Episode 16: The Doctor Kills The Doctor

Kiyan and Dylan have another in depth discussion.

This week Kiyan and Dylan watched The Chase, written by Terry Nation and aired in May and June of 1965. The serial saw the departure of Ian and Barbara, leaving only The Doctor from the original cast of the show.

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