Manage episode 293163007 series 2575634
We’re beyond just regular unfair trials now.
Honestly in hindsight revisiting this was a mistake. This was a completely nonsense episode to revisit. And it wasn’t even good! Like it was just bad! And yet for some reason we say down like “yeah you know what episode I wanna revisit, Timelash.” Somebody get the TARDIS and slap past us. It’s Timelash, written by Glen McCoy and aired from March 2nd through 6th, 1985.
0:15: I left it in.
0:45: Find out if we liked Timelash the first time by listening to our original episode.
2:55: We revisited Mindwarp before we started Torchwood.
5:00: The Airzone Solution. Stay tuned in the episode for where I (Dylan) somehow get convinced into watching this in two weeks time.
5:40: Here are some links to JB’s podcasts, namely Who 37 and Bat 77.
10:17: I (Kiyan) (re)read The Time Machine by H.G. Wells in the time since we recorded this episode and (re)found out that the morlocks are a reference to the something in the book.
15:28: We covered Dance of the Dead on our other podcast, Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
22:14: Check out Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast, our Blake’s 7 podcast.
32:31: Here’s our episode on Blake’s 7’s City at the Edge of the World. This was all the way back in 2018. Man. Time flies.
33:15: The TARDIS wiki summary really does call Tekker “sycophantic”.
53:24: Here are the blog posts as promised: Sexism in the Time Machine and Bibliophilia: HG Wells Doesn’t Play Nice. Feel free to make your own determination.
57:28: The Bandrils really did say “screw this” and just invaded everyone.
1:08:01: Can’t believe we’ve mentioned and linked this article reporting that Christopher Eccleston said Doctor Who needs to explode the canon for 5,000 weeks in a row now.
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The Doctor Who title music was originally composed by Ron Grainer. The version used in this episode was arranged by Dominic Glynn.