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Diddly Dum Podcast

Diddly Dum Podcast
Description:
Far more than just another Doctor Who podcast.

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Diddly Dum Podcast Statistics
Episodes:
209
Average Episode Duration:
00:00
Longest Episode Duration:
00:00
Total Duration of all Episodes:
0 minutes and 0 seconds
Earliest Episode:
18 November 2018 (7:54am GMT)
Latest Episode:
7 November 2018 (12:01pm GMT)
Average Time Between Episodes:
8 days, 9 hours, 43 minutes and 35 seconds

Diddly Dum Podcast Episodes

  • PODCAST 009 - ATLANTIS

    17 April 2014 (11:26pm GMT)
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    This week, the Diddly Dum Podcast comes to you from The Gore Crow Hotel, made famous by its appearance in the Seventh Doctor story, “Battlefield”. As Morgaine the Sunkiller and her minions from 165 Eaton Place attempt to break through the protective chalk circle drawn around the podcasters’ bar table, the Three Who Drool ponder the theme of myths and legends in Doctor Who – specifically the use of the Atlantis legend.

    In between discussing the Second Doctor story “The Underwater Menace” and the Third Doctor story “The Time Monster”, Al recalls recently meeting Tom Baker and being boomed at by the great man, Doc tells of coming across a relic from Delia Derbyshire’s schooldays and The Rev provides vital road safety tips.

    http://diddlydumpodcast.files.wordpress.com/2014/04/ddpc009-tom-bakers-slightly-bigger-than-he-should-be.mp3

    Direct Download Link: DDPC009 – Atlantis

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    THE DIDDLY DUM WHOSEUM CAN BE VISITED HERE.

     

    SHOW NOTES

    Boney M as ideal candidates for the dancers playing the Fish People

    The life and death of Joe Meek

    Joe Orton, Kenneth Halliwell & Kenneth Williams (here) and (here)

    Carry on up the Khyber

    Junior Kickstart (here) and (here)

    John Craven's Newsround

    The return of The Empire Strikes Back’s lost short, Black Angel

    Missing Hancock’s Half Hour episodes to air

    Fist of Fun

    Ragtime with Fred Harris

    Maus

    The Green Cross Man

    SPLINK

    The Tufty Club (here) and (here)

    The Tufty reboot

    Atari Pong

    A gardener from Hull called Mick

    John Rylands Library (here) and (here)

    Delia Derbyshire’s school book (here) and (here) and (here)

    Papyrus P52

    Big Finish’s “Counter Measures”

    The full story of how Al met Tom Baker

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  • PODCAST 008 - MINE'S A DOUBLE

    3 April 2014 (10:37pm GMT)
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    Join The Three Who Drool in the bar of The Fleur de Lys in their tour of drinking establishments iconic in Doctor Who lore.

    This time the linking theme of the podcast is Doppelgangers as the three Diddly Dumbers (if it is indeed really them) discuss Enemy of the World, The Android Invasion, Aliens of London, World War Three and Boom Town.

    In which Al rhapsodises about New Who’s debt to comic book imagery, Doc remembers annuals and The Rev reveals his previously unsuspected hero worship of Mark Gatiss.

    Remember how Sutekh threatened to keep the Doctor alive for centuries, racked by the most excruciating pain? Well, that’s nothing to the experience of a Diddly Dum Podcast which…er…shall we say overruns slightly.

    http://diddlydumpodcast.files.wordpress.com/2014/04/ddpc008-mines-a-double.mp3

    Direct Download Link: DDPC008 – Mine’s a Double

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    SHOW NOTES

    TARDIS Eruditorium Video Blog - Tomb of the Cybermen

    Whizzer and Chips

    Shiver and Shake

    The Double Deckers (here) and (here) . For those familiar with the BBC series “Spooks”, child actor Peter Firth went on to play the character Harry Pearce.

    Whodunnit (here) and (here)

    Virtual Murder (here) and (here)

    SuperTed (here) and (here)

    The Little Green Man (here) and (here)

    Sale of the Century (here) and (here)

    The man who sees in black and white (here) and (here)

    Somewhere in Time – Iron Maiden (see the building roof top left)

    Milton Johns in The Empire Strikes Back

    The Kraals and Zippy (here) and (here)

    The Oseidon Adventure (Big Finish) - not The Trail of the White Worm as first thought

    Ripping Yarns - Interesting People

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  • PODCAST 007 - FAILED ALIEN HOLIDAYS

    21 March 2014 (12:07am GMT)
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    Join the Three Who Drool on their tour of iconic drinking establishments from Doctor Who lore as this week they travel across space and time to the 52nd century in order to sample the booze at The Maldovarium.

    Alas the patron wasn’t on the premises (lost his head, poor thing) and so, disappointed at missing the celebrity black marketeer, the Diddly Dumbers muse of the subject of Failed Alien Holidays.

    The stories covered are The Leisure Hive, Paradise Towers and Midnight – during which The Rev goes wall-scrawling with the Kangs and Doc tears the Chief Caretaker a new waste disposal chute while Al feeds us with celebrity deaths in between unscheduled visits to the Gents.

    http://diddlydumpodcast.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/ddpc007-failed-alien-holidays.mp3

    Direct Download Link: DDPC007 – Failed Alien Holidays

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    SHOWNOTES

    Audio files of Jon Pertwee’s voiceovers from the “Deus Ex Machina” computer game.

    SHADO Security Vehicle

    John Barrowman – Tonight’s the Night sketch

    Hugo Rune

    Alan Moore interview

    Quantel Paintbox

    Ace Trucking Co

    Al’s final issue of Doctor Who Magazine

    The Ballad of Halo Jones

    Fields of the Nephilim – Psychonaut

    Vampire Circus (1972)

    Monty Python’s architect sketch

    Yootha Joyce in A Man for All Seasons with some actor who was never heard of again

    Yootha Joyce in George & Mildred




  • PODCAST 006 - HAGGIS HEATHER & WHOBRIS

    7 March 2014 (12:29am GMT)
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    The Three Who Drool continue their tour of drinking establishments iconic in Doctor Who lore by visiting The Fox Inn, Tulloch where, over the din of the landlord’s bagpipes, they pay tribute to Scottish stories over the past 50 years. In which The Rev explains his addiction to The Highlanders, Al reveals the secret behind the Voord and Doc uncovers the plot which Moffat has been hatching under cover of the referendum.

    http://diddlydumpodcast.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/ddpc006-haggis-heather-and-whobris.mp3

    Direct Download Link: DDPC006 – Haggis, Heather and Whobris

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    SHOW NOTES:

    Time Travellers Guide to Medieval England

    The Battle of Graveney Marsh

    North Sea Oil board game (here)

    The Worldshapers

    Dragons Claw (here) and (here)

    The Fishmen of Kandalinga

    You can cut the sexual tension between Kenneth and “Netty” with a knife on Treasure Hunt

    The Interceptor

    Doctor Who in Lego

    Confusing kung fu monks with BBC idents

    “Chalk” by Steven Moffat

    The TARDIS Eruditorium on “Waters of Mars”

    Poor helpless England threatened by the evil Steven Moffat (please note that all scenes are allegorical)

    Counties Palatine

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  • PODCAST 005 - THE SIX AGES OF FAN

    21 February 2014 (12:34am GMT)
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    The Three Who Drool have a night out drinking at The Cloven Hoof in Devil’s End where, over the din of the Morris Men practising outside, they discuss how the life of the fan changes as we grow older. Fuelled by the free champagne sent over by Miss Hawthorne, they consider the institutions of Doctor Who fandom.

    http://diddlydumpodcast.files.wordpress.com/2014/02/ddpc005-the-six-ages-of-fan.mp3

    Direct Download Link: DDPC005 – The Six Ages of Fan (remastered)

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    SHOW NOTES:

    Charlie Boy

    Al’s Song for Paterson Joseph

    Junkyard Demon

    The grown-up version of the Return of the Jedi novelisation

    Yonder…the Yeti




  • PODCAST 004 - OM MANI PADME AMIDALA

    7 February 2014 (12:25am GMT)
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    Part 2 of the review of the Key to Time season. In which we find that JR is only qualified to work on sailors, that Doc went to school with Mr Fibuli, that Al wanted to be taught by Barbara and in which The Rev sings for Sarah Jane.

    http://diddlydumpodcast.files.wordpress.com/2014/02/ddpc004-om-mani-padme-amidala.mp3

    Direct Download Link: DDPC004 – Om Mani Padme Amidala

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    SHOW NOTES

    More evidence that modern sci-fi borrows from Doctor Who’s ideas.

    Alan Partridge – Nobody died!

    Did Sid Vicious visit Al’s school?

    The Rev’s Sarah Jane tribute song

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  • PODCAST 003 - THE WAKING ALLY

    31 January 2014 (1:17am GMT)
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    J R Southall joins The Three Who Drool for Part 1 of a review of the Key to Time season.

    A long time ago, in a cyberspace far, far away….

    It is a period of civil war. Rebel fans, striking from a hidden forum, have won their first victory against the evil Corporation.

    During the battle, fans managed to steal secret plans to the BBC’s ultimate weapon, iTunes, an armored commercial juggernaut with enough power to destroy an entire franchise.

    Pursued by the BBC's sinister agents, the Restoration Team, four brave podcasters race home aboard their egos, custodians of the stolen plans that can save their show and restore the missing episodes to the galaxy…

    Listen in to the holographic message contained in this podcast unit as the rebel scum are joined by JRba (the Hutt) Southall in Part 1 of a review of Doctor Who's first attempt at a series arc in Season 16 (The Key to Time season) – in which we find that Al keeps Issue 5 of Doctor Who Weekly under his mattress, that Doc’s ability to siphon coffee through his nostrils is useful for clearing out Thrill Sucker infestations, that JR could stage a palace coup in an empty room and in which The Rev reveals the criminal masterminds behind lumpy custard.

    http://diddlydumpodcast.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/ddpc003-the-waking-ally.mp3

    Direct Download Link: DDPC003 – The Waking Ally

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    SHOW NOTES:

    “Behind Enemy Lines” (Phil Ford)

    1970s Weetabix Cards (with thanks to http://www.seven-wonders.co.uk) are (here) and (here) and (here).

    Vworp Vworp Magazine

    The Pallitoy Dalek which woke JR screaming in the night

    Treacle Mining

    The Bash Street Kids

    BBC Spaghetti Tree Hoax (here) and (here)

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  • PODCAST 002 - FLIGHT THROUGH ETERNITY

    24 January 2014 (12:39am GMT)
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    We continue to choose our fave stories in the second podcast. In which we find that The Rev is no respecter of received wisdom when it comes to favourites, that Al can't get treatment for Rassilon’s Horn on the NHS and we discover why sales assistants in soft furnishings fear Doc.

    http://diddlydumpodcast.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/ddpc002-flight-through-eternity-2nd-mix.mp3

    Direct Download Link: DDPC002 – Flight Through Eternity

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  • PODCAST 001 - JOURNEY INTO TERROR

    15 January 2014 (7:09pm GMT)
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    We choose our fave stories in this our first podcast – in which we find that an empty 1970s Dalek bubble bath counts as an action figure, that there’s no tea for the Doctor and Harry, that the show has a missing comedy story and that savages can look great in rugby shirts.

    http://diddlydumpodcast.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/ddpc001-journey-into-terror.mp3

    Direct Download Link: DDPC001 – Journey into Terror

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