We bring our occasional series of Doctor Who kommentaries into the 21st century this week with Rose, Christopher Eccleston and Billie Piper’s first appearance in NuWho’s debut episode from March 26th, 2005.

Inspired by our recent discussions about the late McCoy era, and with the obvious comparisons with the setting of Survival (another story set in a London suburb), we decided to return to Russell T Davies’ triumphant re-introduction to everyone’s favourite Time Lord. What would Christian, Cawley, James McLean, and Brian A Terranova be inspired to observe and discuss?

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Shownotes Series 6 Episode 20

  • Rose, Doctor Who Series 1

Cool new theme tune by Russell Hugo!

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