God Among Us – Part 2 – 1 – Flight 405


3.50 out of 5
(2 reviews)
Published on: February 20, 2019


Torchwood pick up the pieces and move on. After all, there’s a whole new set of alien threats to deal with. But when a God comes to Cardiff, the world goes to Hell…

Flight 405

Flight 405 went missing over 60 years ago, but tonight the plane finally lands. Norton Folgate’s a Torchwood agent from the 1950 and he swears Flight 405 contains the secret to the end of the world, but can Torchwood trust him?

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Lou Morgan


Andy Davidson, Jack Harkness, Mr Colchester, Norton Folgate, Yvonne Hartman

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Scott Handcock

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Big Finish – The story continues


Andy Davidson/Yvonne Hartman

Series timeline

Series 6


Audio drama

2 reviews for God Among Us – Part 2 – 1 – Flight 405

  1. Estelle

    This first episode of the new box-set starts…not exactly in media res…but without touching on all the big plot points of the previous episode and it makes it a bit confusing to me.

    What adds to my confusion is that I’m not sure I understand what happened in details. I got the gist of it but, yeah, I’m a bit confused on a few details.

    I think the plot is best summed up by a line in the audio: “[Yvonne and Norton] deserve each other. I just feel sorry for whoever they bring along with them.”

    This poor soul is Andy Davidson, who is as always a delight with his nerdy excitement and usual resilience.

    Still, despite some nice Andy touches here and there, I would have loved more character moments, which is probably why I absolutely adore the conversation with Mr Colchester and Jack. It is very human in all of its Torchwood-related weirdness. But this conversation is very much an aside at the beginning of the main plot.

    Still, the last few minutes make up for the lack of urgency I felt at what were supposed to be high stakes by setting very interesting pieces for the rest of the box-set.

  2. Jay

    Norton, Andy and Yvonne 🥺🥺🥺 I love this trio and want more from them. The ending is definitely interesting in setting up the second half of this series.

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