Rank #1: Resolution
Series 11, New Year’s Day Special — First broadcast on 1 January 2019
This week, Nathan, Brendan, Todd and James assemble an entire Doctor Who flashcast out of long-forgotten odds and ends and unleash another scorching hot take upon an unsuspecting internet. It’s the first and only new episode of Doctor Who in 2019 — Resolution (of the Daleks).
Over on Flight Through Entirety, you can catch some of our more lukewarm takes on the entirety of the Classic Series, as well as our coverage the Christopher Eccleston Era, as well as the first Doctor Who seasonal special, The Christmas Invasion. We’ll be back later in the year with our coverage of Series 2.
It’s been fun. Thanks for all your feedback. We’ll see you again next year.
Rank #2: The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos
Series 11, Episode 10 — First broadcast on 9 December 2018
This week, Nathan, Peter, Brendan, Todd and James trek across a hostile alien planet in search of a satisfactory climax… to the season. But do they reach it?! It’s Episode 10 of Series 11 – The Battle of Rats Ate My Crayolas!
Rank #3: It Takes You Away
Series 11, Episode 9 — First broadcast on 2 December 2018
This week Nathan, Brendan, Todd and James are fumbling their way through a sci fi chasm reeking of wee, when they come across friend-of-the-podcast Colin Neal. It’s all about frogs, but does it have legs? It’s Episode 9 of Series 11 – It Takes You Away.
Meanwhile, over at Flight Through Entirety we’ve recently reached the end of the Christopher Eccleston era of Doctor Who and there are rumours that we may actually release our commentary on Enlightenment some time this century. While you’re waiting, why not listen to some of our other commentary podcasts.
Rank #4: The Witchfinders
Series 11, Episode 8 — First broadcast on 25 November 2018
This week Nathan, Brendan, Todd and James get familiar with some witches… or do they?! It’s Episode 8 of Series 11 – The Witchfinders.
Rank #5: Kerblam!
Series 11, Episode 7 — First broadcast on 18 November
This week, Nathan, Brendan, Todd and James take a break from updating their Amazon wish lists to discuss Episode 7 of Series 11 of Doctor Who? … Kerblam!
Rank #6: Demons of the Punjab
Series 11, Episode 6 — First broadcast on 11 November
This week, Nathan and James are joined by the formidable Peter Griffiths to discuss the rather beautiful and very worthy Episode 6 of Series of 11 of Doctor Who – Demons of the Punjab.
Rank #7: The Tsuranga Conundrum
Series 11, Episode 5 — First broadcast on 4 November 2018
This week, while Nibbler from Futurama eats his way through the FTE studios, Nathan, Todd, Brendan, Richard and James phone in to discuss the latest episode of Series 11 – The Tsuranga Conundrum.
Whilst we’ve got your attention, check out our other podcast – the original you might say – Flight Through Entirety, where we’re about to crash headlong into the year 200,100 (and the finale of Series 1).
Rank #8: Arachnids in the UK
Series 11, Episode 4 — First broadcast on 28 October 2018
This week, James, Nathan, Brendan, Todd and Richard call in from one of Donald Trump’s less well-known hotels to discuss Episode 4 Arachnids in the UK.
Rank #9: Rosa
Series 11, Episode 3 — First broadcast on 21 October 2018
This week, James, Nathan, Richard, Brendan and Todd call in to discuss what we think will turn out to be a memorable episode — Rosa.
We’re up on Apple Podcasts now, so follow this link to subscribe. We’ll be back this time next week with Episode 4. While you’re waiting, check out Flight Through Entirety, for our thoroughly worked-over opinions on the first 27 seasons of Doctor Who.
Rank #10: The Ghost Monument
Series 11, Episode 2 — First broadcast on 14 October 2018
This week, Nathan, James, Brendan and Todd call in from the planet Desolation to discuss what they thought of The Ghost Monument, the second episode of Series 11.
Click subscribe to subscribe to the podcast in your podcatcher. We’re hoping to be on Apple Podcasts very soon. And why not check out Flight Through Entirety, where we watch and discuss every Doctor Who story in order — we’re about halfway through the Christopher Eccleston era now.