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No matter if you're new to Doctor Who or a longtime fan, Bigger on the Inside is the podcast for you! The two hosts - one a very knowledgeable fan, the other being new to the program - will examine every serial with keen eyes and an unending wit.
 
Flying through the entire history of Doctor Who. With Cake.
 
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The first podcast dedicated to the classic series of Doctor Who 1963-89.
 
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This week, for the first time in ages, Todd, Nathan, James and Richard arrive on an exotic yet strangely familiar alien planet, where they meet some old friends and a terrifying new enemy. Oh, okay, it’s cats. Welcome to 2006, and welcome to New Earth. Notes and links Listeners alarmed by Richard’s reference to the Big Chief 12-inch dolly of Bi ...…
 
It’s a Christmas miracle! Flight Through Entirety starts an exciting Christmas tradition by nogging up, sitting down and talking all the way through a Doctor Who Christmas special — David Tennant’s début episode, The Christmas Invasion. Follow us! Nathan is on Twitter as @nathanbottomley, James is @ohjamessellwood, Todd is @toddbeilby, and Rich ...…
 
This week, we take a break from our break between series of New Who to deliver our long-awaited commentary on a popular story from the Davison Era. Friend of the podcast Colin Neal joins all of us as we leave our howling void and race around the planet Venus in the hope of achieving Enlightenment. Buy the story! Enlightenment was released on DV ...…
 
We’ve reached the end of the first year of twenty-first century Who, and it’s time to say goodbye to Christopher Eccleston, the only Doctor whose nose has magic powers, and one of an increasing number of Doctors with northern accents. Turns out, we liked him. Notes and links Richard compares the Reapers to vortisaurs — creatures from the time v ...…
 
The 10th anniversary episode of Bigger on the Inside is here! Today Dan and Mike look at what happens when two mid-regeneration Doctors cross paths ("Twice Upon a Time"), Peter Capaldi's run as The Doctor, and Steven Moffat's tenure as the force behind Doctor Who. Then, as a bonus, the guys discuss the original unaired pilot of "An Unearthly Ch ...…
 
This week, our flight reaches the end of first series of twenty-first century Who, which means that we spend most of the time talking about Daleks and kissing, while everyone else dies. It’s The Parting of the Ways. Notes and links Now that the Daleks are here, we should direct you again to the TV Century 21 Dalek comic strips, which were publi ...…
 
In his effort to rehabilitate Missy, The Doctor drops the TARDIS into an unwinnable predicament. And Bill pays the ultimate price ("World Enough and Time"). Then, to save Bill and a handful of Mondasians, The Doctor attempts to persuade Missy and The Master to join him in one final battle ("The Doctor Falls"). Please visit our Patreon page at p ...…
 
This week, James is evicted for smashing a camera, Todd is racking his brains to remember what a goffle is, Richard is trying to shed that Oklahoma farmboy look, and Nathan is wondering where the hell everyone else has got to. We’re live on channel 44,000, which means it’s time to take on the Bad Wolf. Notes and Links Nathan dimly remembers Ber ...…
 
This week, Nathan, Todd and Peter relax in a café just by Cardiff Bay and reminisce about that one time we had to run away naked from a scary guy with massive tusks. And we also find time to chat about Boom Town. Notes and Links We get so absorbed in our discussion of the story, that we basically forget to discuss tropes and Terileptils and Ger ...…
 
The Doctor and Bill run into Victorian British soldiers on Mars ("Empress of Mars"), then they push interdimensional monsters back into a portal ("The Eaters of Light"). Please visit our Patreon page at patreon.com/edge.
 
This week, Nathan, Brendan and Richard take some time off from running around bomb craters in Central London to talk about sex, death and the terrifying prospect of Life After Eccleston. Still, we get through it all unharmed and alive: it is, after all, The Doctor Dances. Notes and Links Brendan mentions an article in Kotaku by Heather Alexande ...…
 
This week, Brendan, Richard and Nathan are cowering in the Anderson shelter in the backyard, listening to the sirens, and wondering what on earth happened to that nice little tow-headed lad from number seventeen. Turn off your mobile phones and keeps your hands and feet inside the light field — it’s The Empty Child. Notes and links Reference is ...…
 
This week, Nathan, James and Special Guest Star Daniel from New to Who sit around in a circle to discuss our feelings of loss, our anxieties about our parents’ love, and all our deep-seated fears for the future. It’s our way of celebrating Father’s Day. (Sorry about the sound quality on this one. Nathan sat the mixer board right next to the gra ...…
 
This week, Todd is fiddling with the central heating, Nathan is stuck among the rafters roaring incoherently, and friend-of-the-podcast Peter Griffiths is using the wrong verbs and kissing complete strangers. Welcome to the Fourth Great and Bountiful Human Empire — it’s The Long Game. Notes and links According to Dr Elizabeth Sandifer, Davies d ...…
 
This week, Nathan and James are joined by Steven B from New to Who, and spend a couple of hours running up staircases in Cardiff, desperately trying to avoid a shrieking pedal bin with memory banks stuffed with exabytes of hardcore pornography. It’s your favourite episode of the season — Dalek. Notes and links Steven Moffat’s mother-in-law Bery ...…
 
This week, James is cleaning the kitchen, Max is standing up and making a difference, and Nathan is hiding in the cupboard under a pile of official documents with only the port decanter for company. The Slitheen are still on the rampage and only a plucky leftist parliamentarian can stop them. It’s World War Three. Notes and links The Slitheen’s ...…
 
The guys are back to look at three episodes. Before that, though, they play catch-up with Doctor Who news, including trailers, The Doctor's new sonic, and the Twitch live-stream. Then it's all about a three-part story in which The Doctor finds himself trapped in virtual reality ("Extremis"), preventing World War III ("The Pyramid at the End of ...…
 
This week, Nathan and James are joined by friend-of-the-podcast Max Jelbart to discuss perennial fan favourite and stone-cold classic Aliens of London. Spoiler alert: we all like it. Notes and links Doctor Who’s last soap-genre mashup was not an unqualified success — it was the thirtieth anniversary special that none of us had been dreaming of, ...…
 
This week, our flight takes us to nineteenth-century Cardiff, where Nathan is worried about the stiffs, Todd is shocked by all this talk about the butcher’s boy, and James is teaching Charles Dickens to enjoy life again mere months before he dies of a stroke. Turns out that we’re all just The Unquiet Dead. Notes and links Todd mentions Mark Gat ...…
 
This week’s episode of Flight Through Entirety contains over 200 special effects shots and was recorded in a delightful civic temple somewhere in Cardiff. It’s not quite the new normal, but we’re definitely on our way there. Welcome to The End of the World. Notes and links (Whatever happened to the Buy the story section? I used to love that.) R ...…
 
– I’m the Doctor, by the way. What’s your name? – Rose. – Nice to meet you, Rose. Run for your life! The wilderness years are finally over, and we’re back at last with an entirely new series of Flight Through Entirety, in a reassuringly familiar format. This week, Nathan’s new job is giving him airs and graces, Brendan is carrying a whole bunch ...…
 
The Doctor and Bill have a poop-themed adventure on a frozen Thames ("Thin Ice"), then Bill rents a house infested with space bugs ("Knock Knock"), and corporate greed generates zombies in spacesuits ("Oxygen"). Please visit our Patreon page at patreon.com/edge.
 
Series 10 kicks off with The Doctor meeting Bill Potts as they run away from an alien disguised as Bill's crush ("The Pilot"). Then the new companion is treated to a future where emoji-faced robots mulch people if they become sad ("Smile"). Please visit our Patreon page at patreon.com/edge.
 
We’re all stories, in the end. Just make it a good one, eh? Brendan, Richard, Nathan and Todd fly backwards in time through the entirety of the Classic Series. Who are our heroes and villains? What stories should you watch, avoid, or remake on a film budget? And what, finally, have we learned about Doctor Who, and about each other? Thank you ve ...…
 
This week, we’re celebrating the end of another tiresome millennium: Brendan’s dressed as Madam Butterfly, Nathan’s mooching about in the morgue as usual, Todd’s going on about his boots for some reason, and Richard has made a terrible mess in the Console Room. It’s the 1996 TV Movie! Well, that’s democracy for you There’s still plenty of time ...…
 
– My lady, who is that little man? – Oh, glorious evil. It is he? We’ve reached the end of another era. Three years at the tail end of the Classic Series, reviled by some, forgotten by others, and not watched at all by a sizeable proportion of the audience. But all four of us love literally every single aspect of it without exception. (Quiet, T ...…
 
There are worlds out there where the sky is burning, where the sea’s asleep, and the rivers dream. People made of smoke, and cities made of song. Somewhere there’s danger, somewhere there’s injustice, and somewhere else the tea’s getting cold. Come on, Ace, we’ve got work to do! This week, all four of us assemble on Horsenden Hill to light a fi ...…
 
This week, we’re far too busy fending off Haemovores to talk about The Curse of Fenric. Fortunately, we’re each possessed of a deep and abiding faith: Nathan in Barbara, Richard in German Expressionism, and Brendan in the essential goodness of human nature. Buy the story! The Curse of Fenric was released on DVD in 2004/2005. (Amazon US) (Amazon ...…
 
This week, Nathan’s outraged by Richard’s blasphemous theories, while Brendan just wants to be a real ladylike. Don’t tell your probation officer — it’s Ghost Light. Buy the story! Ghost Light was released on DVD in 2004/2005. (Amazon US) (Amazon UK) Notes and links Control asks the Doctor to “spare a farthing, guvnor” — her climb up the evolut ...…
 
It’s the final season of the Classic Series of Doctor Who, and to celebrate, Brendan, Nathan and Richard are blowing up either an archaelogical site or the entire world. Let this be our last Battlefield! Buy the story! Battlefield was released on DVD in 2008/2009. Included in the release is a re-edited special feature-length version. (Amazon US ...…
 
Remember the 1960s, when this podcast first began? We had such high ideals, and we enjoyed making people happy. Well, it’s 2017 now, so welcome to our bitter, jaded and utterly mercenary take on The Greatest Show in the Galaxy. The pebble drowning in his lake Campaigning for our postal plebiscite has turned predictably nasty, but it’s very impo ...…
 
This week, Brendan’s listening to some meaningless jazz, and Nathan’s hanging from a tree in his underwear, while Richard rides — to destiny. All things shall soon be ours: it’s Silver Nemesis. Ungrateful wretch The cost of our plebiscite has blown out enormously, and we reserve the right to completely ignore the result, but it’s almost certain ...…
 
This week, we’re manic, reactive and endogenous, as we contemplate fondant, marshmallow, and the practical problem with leaving someone alive. Make sure you’ve paid your poll tax — it’s time for an outing with The Happiness Patrol. On with the Motley In our ongoing postal plebiscite, you’ll be voting on which Colin Baker story will be the subje ...…
 
Flight Through Entirety roars back into the feed with one of its best episodes ever, in which we go back to the very beginning of the history of the show and subtly reference tons of things we’ve done before. Except for Shirley Bassey as Davros. We’ve never done that, I think. It’s Remembrance of the Daleks, of course. A web of mayhem and intri ...…
 
This week, we give Sylvester McCoy a brief holiday while we revisit a Doctor Who story with some actual women in it. Which seems like the right thing to do nowadays. Sausage sandwiches at the ready, everyone: it’s our commentary on The Stones of Blood. Buy the story! In the US, you can buy The Stones of Blood by itself (Amazon US), or as part o ...…
 
The 13th incarnation of The Doctor has been revealed, and the guys are excited for her. Please visit our Patreon page at patreon.com/edge.
 
After acquiring a mysterious treasure map from a German Expressionist filmmaker, Richard goes off to discover a fabulous treasure hidden deep in the bowels of a space mall, while Brendan and Nathan stay behind pouring milkshakes on each other. It’s Dragonfire. Well, that’s democracy for you You now have less than a week to vote for a Peter Davi ...…
 
It’s 1950s night at Flight Through Entirety, which means putting on bobby socks, combing Brylcreem through our remaining hair (if any), and leaving our copies of The Doctor Who Monster Book at home. It’s Delta and the Bannermen. Er, just remind me. What day is it again? As a valued listener of FTE, it is your democratic right to inflict a parti ...…
 
This week, Richard’s admiring the architecture, Brendan wants to say how-you-do, and Nathan has had a disappointingly small meal and is still feeling a little peckish. We’re all trapped in an excitingly hopeful modernist dystopia, so what else could it be but Paradise Towers? Attendance is compulsory Once again, we’re asking you to shape the fu ...…
 
Richard makes a triumphant return to the podcast just in time for the start of the Sylvester McCoy era. And the Rani’s back too, cosplaying as Brendan for some reason. It’s Time and the Rani. So free will is not an illusion after all Every time we turn around it’s election season, and here at Flight Through Entirety, things are no different. Th ...…
 
Another commentary podcast: this week, it’s Jon Pertwee in Death to the Daleks! When their holiday to Florana is unexpectedly cancelled, Brendan, Nathan, Todd and Richard all find themselves stranded in a freezing alien quarry wearing nothing but skimpy bikinis and water wings. And none of their iPhones are working, for some reason. Buy the sto ...…
 
We’ve reached the end of Doctor Who’s longest era: an era in which every single story was a 14-episode epic about cannibalism and Gallifreyan jurisprudence. But, despite Eric Saward, there are still nice things to say. Notes and links Those of you not from Australia won’t understand our references to the only sitcom in Australian television his ...…
 
This week, we look at a medium where Colin’s reputation as the Doctor is second to none. To that end, Nathan is only pretending to be evil, Brendan has two peglegs, Todd is having a hard time assembling some shelving, and Richard is just a shadow of his former self. It’s Colin Baker, in the Big Finish audio adventures! Buy the stories! The stor ...…
 
Transported to a nightmarish world of the Valeyard’s creation, the Doctor finds himself unable to escape, because Eric Saward has stormed off, taking his script for Episode 14 with him. This week, we bring you that script, performed by a troupe of talented and attractive young actors. What was the original ending for The Trial of a Time Lord? T ...…
 
And now it’s time for the Trial storyline to implode completely. Nathan turns out to be a distillation of all that is evil in Todd, and Brendan has just stormed out with the only copy of this episode’s script. It’s the last two episodes of The Trial of a Time Lord — The Ultimate Foe. Buy the story! For the last time, The Ultimate Foe was releas ...…
 
After the stressful events of last week, we’ve decided to treat ourselves to a luxury cruise. Brendan’s working out in a pink tracksuit, Todd’s playing Galaxian and terrorising the waitress, and Nathan’s hanging around the communications room with an axe. And, in order to protect a secret hidden on the space liner, one of us will become a murde ...…
 
It’s been a few years now, so it’s time to cynically murder another one of the Doctor’s companions. Which is why we spend a lot of time talking about what’s great about this story. It’s episodes 5 to 8 of The Trial of a Time Lord — Mindwarp. There’s Always a Choice You’ve waited long enough: it’s time for you to vote for a Tom Baker story for o ...…
 
This week, Brendan, Nathan and Todd go for a lovely walk in a rain-drenched forest, only to find themselves dragged halfway across the galaxy by the Time Lords and placed on trial to answer for their crimes. It’s Parts 1 to 4 of the longest Doctor Who story ever — The Trial of a Time Lord: The Mysterious Planet. Buy the story! The Mysterious Pl ...…
 
The walls between realities were fairly porous back in 1986, which is why we find ourselves this week in a terrifying parallel universe where the Hiatus never happened, and the original plans for Season 23 actually came to fruition. Beware. Buy the stories! Here are the four stories that we spend most of our time discussing: The novel of Slipba ...…
 
After a brief but merry intro, Dan and Mike take a look at the animated version of The Power of the Daleks! (To hear their original thoughts, please listen to episode 18 of Bigger on the Inside.) Please visit our Patreon page at patreon.com/biggerontheinside.
 
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