Our podcasts

Trap One

Like the Liberator, the Trap One Podcast has a crew of seven, including Mark, Si and Pete from Maximum Power.

Each episode of Trap One sees a panel of hosts and guests tackle a recent release in the Whoniverse, from new episodes, animations and season collection boxsets to audios, books and roving reporter Pete’s field reports from various Doctor Who events.

Flight Through Entirety

For those of us from Australia, Flight Through Entirety was our first and biggest podcast, an ambitious project to cover the Classic Series of Doctor Who in twenty-six or twenty-seven episodes, a project which became a massive undertaking — more than 280 episodes in over ten years, covering the whole of the Classic Series and most of the New Series. It’s funny and silly and occasionally clever, and we’re terribly proud of it.

The Library of Impossible Things

The Library of Impossible Things is a place where fans of Doctor Who bring an object associated with the show and tell their story of why Doctor Who means so much to them. Homemade, official, something from the show itself, it doesn’t matter as long as there’s a reason why each guest loves it. No matter where you are, who you are, and how long you’ve been a fan, you all have a story, and your host Si Hart will be collecting them all!

500 Year Diary

500 Year Diary is the companion podcast to Flight Through Entirety. While Flight Through Entirety travels through Doctor Who in chronological order, 500 Year Diary looks at the history of Doctor Who, thematically, tracing topics, ideas and even people through the history of the show.

The Three Handed Game

Celebrating the 1960s icon that is The Avengers, The Three Handed Game selects triptychs of episodes based around specific themes of the 1960s and today. This is a commentary podcast best listened to with the accompanying episode on DVD, Blu-ray, or streaming. And, just to keep things neat, it’s named after an episode of The New Avengers.

The Second Great and Bountiful Human Empire

The Second Great and Bountiful Human Empire is the Flight Through Entirety team’s second Doctor Who flashcast, the successor to Jodie into Terror. A day or two after each episode of the second RTD era, your Flight Through Entirety hosts convene over the phone to deliver our steaming-hot ill-considered takes on its content and quality.

Startling Barbara Bain

Startling Barbara Bain, the spiritual successor to Bondfinger, is a commentary podcast about the 1970s sci-fi TV show Space: 1999. Created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, Space: 1999 tells the story of a moon hurled into the depths of space by a nuclear accident, at first encountering strange and numinous metaphysical phenomena, and later running into a bunch of guys in nylon gorilla suits.

The Bjay BJ Game Show

Bjay Hobbs and our own Brendan ‘BJ’ Jones invite you to play a new indie video game each month in The Bjay BJ Game Show. Each game they cover costs less than $20 and can be completed in under 20 hours, making it the perfect show for gamers with packed schedules, tight budgets, or huge game piles of shame. Or, let’s be honest, all three.

Untitled Star Trek Project

In Untitled Star Trek Project, Nathan joins forces with Joe Ford from A Hamster with a Blunt Penknife to watch random episodes of all the shows that make up the Star Trek franchise, sometimes providing important production detail and insightful critiques, and sometimes just laughing uproariously at the sheer nonsense of it all.

Jodie into Terror

Jodie into Terror was the spiritual forerunner of The Second Great and Bountiful Human Empire. When it was announced that Jodie Whittaker would be the new Doctor, we realised that we couldn’t wait six or seven years to talk about her historic new era, and so we started to record our ill-judged off-the-cuff reactions to the new episodes just days after they aired.


Bondfinger was the Flight Through Entirety team’s James Bond commentary podcast, which also ended up covering shows like The Avengers, The Prisoner and even The Champions. It’s our second love, a testament not just to the James Bond movie series and the wonderful sixties TV that influenced it, but also to many glorious evenings at Richard’s place, eating and drinking and laughing ourselves stupid.