the daleks

261: Good Old Pertwee Gunplay (The Magician’s Apprentice & The Witch’s Familiar)

Everything is a throwback, nothing is original.

What better time to completely revamp the format for the podcast than a moment in the show when absolutely nothing changed in the show? It makes total and complete sense to me, I’m actually not being facetious right now at all. Less things that the audience has to adjust to, you know? It’s The Magician’s Apprentice & The Witch’s Familiar, written by Steven Moffat and aired on September 19 and 26, 2015.


Show-notes:


4:51 Sonic screwdriver count. And death count. And character kill count. Due for an update like everything on our site.
6:10 The Morphos were from Keys of Marinus.
7:12 Footage of Getting Over It. Weird that the guy who made this is named Bennet like one of the characters in this episode. Also Frog Fractions should still be playable on this page if you have flash player I think.
31:10 Shannon Sullivan is pretty much the best site to find Doctor Who production info.
1:06:07 Apparently the First Doctor used his signet ring in The Reign of Terror to get some clothes.
1:19:37 The Third Doctor was season 7-11.


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2.1: Your Opinion is Valid Even if it’s Wrong (The Daleks)

Better watch out, the opinion police are coming!

Continuing and then abruptly ending our reboot of season 1 of Doctor Who, is the second story of the seasons. We only ever intended to do these two, since we figured, who the bloody hell wants to listen to an episode about Edge of Destruction anyway? If anything, you’ll listen to An Unearthly Child (because it’s the start) and The Daleks (because… it’s the daleks?) and then give up. So here it is, The Daleks, written by Terry Nation and aired in December 1963 through Freburary 1964.


Show-notes:


3:08 According to the Blake’s 7 wiki, Terry Nation did write Aftermath.
7:09 Check out our Blake’s 7 podcast Zenith.
16:22 Rex Tucker directed The Gunfighters.
1:13:37 The Lost City of Z is a book.


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81: On Screen On Screen (Genesis of the Daleks)

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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63: Dropping Some Dope Morality (Day of the Daleks)

Dope: adjective, informal: very good.

This week Kiyan and Dylan explain the triumphant return and subsequent loss of the Daleks. They tried to exterminate any tangents before they got too big, but some of them were too powerful. Day of the Daleks aired in January of 1972 and was written by Louis Marks.

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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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