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Trust Your Doctor

Trust Your Doctor
Description:
In this stunning waste of time, 2 average guys watch a Doctor Who serial each week, and then record an episode where they discuss the serial. The challenge is to get through all 800 or so episodes of Doctor Who with their sanity intact.

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Trust Your Doctor Statistics
Episodes:
538
Average Episode Duration:
0:0:53:58
Longest Episode Duration:
0:2:36:43
Total Duration of all Episodes:
20 days, 3 hours, 57 minutes and 12 seconds
Earliest Episode:
16 September 2020 (4:41pm GMT)
Latest Episode:
13 September 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
Average Time Between Episodes:
4 days, 12 hours, 9 minutes and 13 seconds

Trust Your Doctor Episodes

  • 312: Radically Useless (Captain Jack Harkness)

    13 September 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 11 minutes and 45 seconds

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    A whole new level of useless!

    I’d like to be a captain. I think it’d be pretty cool to be Captain Dylan or Captain Kiyan. Imagine if we were both captains, and then it would be Captain Dylan and Captain Kiyan discuss Torchwood. Now wouldn’t that be absolutely wild? And then someone could steal our name and… It’s Captain Jack Harkness, written by Catherine Tregenna and aired on December 31, 2006.

    Show-notes
    5:27: Blink did win the Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form
    39:22: If you want to listen to us discuss classic sci-fi shows like Sapphire and Steel and The Prisoner, check out Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast, our classic sci-fi podcast.
    40:18: If you want to listen to us talk about Blake’s 7, check out Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast, our Blake’s 7 podcast.

    Torchwood © The BBC
    Any other references belong to their respective owners, no copyright infringement is intended by this podcast.
    The Torchwood title music was originally composed by Murray Gold. The version used in this episode was arranged by Murray Gold.

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  • 311: Suicide by Weevil (Combat)

    6 September 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 6 minutes and 51 seconds

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    Gotta watch out for those Weevil fanatics

    Trial by combat takes on a new form when instead of combating each other they combat Weevils. Julius Caesar would be proud of the changes we’ve made to the format. At least I would hope so, since it really is an improvement. Now we only need to put one life at risk at a time. It’s Combat, written by Noel Clarke and aired on December 24, 2006.

    expand title=”Show-notes
    3:20: If you want to listen to us do what we’re doing here but with classic sci-fi shows like The Prisoner and Sapphire and Steel instead of Doctor Who and Torchwood, check out Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast, our classic sci-fi podcast where do what we’re doing here but with classic sci-fi shows like The Prisoner and Sapphire and Steel instead of Doctor Who and Torchwood.
    9:41: This is how Wayne’s World did product placement.

    Torchwood © The BBC
    Any other references belong to their respective owners, no copyright infringement is intended by this podcast.
    The Torchwood title music was originally composed by Murray Gold. The version used in this episode was arranged by Murray Gold.

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  • 310: Topological Memessance (Out of Time)

    30 August 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 17 minutes and 49 seconds

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    I met a mathematician once, but he didn’t want to talk about memes.

    Sometimes I forget to edit everything, and then I realize that I too am out of time. Just like everyone in this episode. Can you imagine if one day I was editing, and I paused to go to the store and just teleported a million years into the future? What if I found out our podcast had suddenly become a smash cult hit in that time, that’d be super weird. It’s Out of Time, written by Catherine Tregenna and aired on December 17, 2006.

    Show-notes:
    1:45: Know Your Meme calls this Distracted Boyfriend.
    28:00: If you want to listen to us doing what we’re doing here but for classic sci-fi shows like The Prisoner and Sapphire and Steel, check out our classic sci-fi podcast where we do what we’re doing here but for classic sci-fi shows like The Prisoner and Sapphire and Steel, Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
    28:55: Apparently Amelia Earhart has never appeared in person on Doctor Who according to the Tardis Wiki.
    59:03: They call it the Gimli Glider now.

    Torchwood © The BBC
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    The Torchwood title music was originally composed by Murray Gold. The version used in this episode was arranged by Murray Gold.

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  • 309: Lawn and Order (Random Shoes)

    23 August 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 28 minutes and 46 seconds

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    Zoom zoom look at my lawn mower.

    There’s a notably small amount of discussion of Torchwood in this episode. I’m not really sure why. Maybe it’s because the episode was boring as hell. No really, it was really boring! And Eugene wasn’t really that sympathetic, he’s a stalker! Well anyway. It’s Random Shoes, written by Jacquetta May and aired on December 10, 2006.

    Show-notes:
    24:41: If you want to listen to us do whatever the hell it is we’re doing here but with classic sci-fi shows like Sapphire and Steel and The Prisoner, check out our classic sci-fi podcast, Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
    28:47: KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE
    39:54: Eugene by Pink Martini
    43:42: It was National Museum Cardiff
    54:02: I can’t believe Grandpa Joe Hate exists. But at the same time, I can.
    1:22:11: If you want to listen to us talk about movie trilogies or Blake’s 7, you;re in luck. Check out Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast and/or Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast.

    Torchwood © The BBC
    Any other references belong to their respective owners, no copyright infringement is intended by this podcast.
    The Torchwood title music was originally composed by Murray Gold. The version used in this episode was arranged by Murray Gold.

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  • 308: Gween and the Green Knight (They Keep Killing Suzie)

    16 August 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 19 minutes and 57 seconds

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    The more podcasts we do the more I think we should just do The Avengers.

    So one day I was just walking along right, and then this girl just pops out of nowhere and stabs me! And then she uses this glove and brings me back and I’m like, what the heck. Well then I was gone again, but while I was gone she stabbed me. Again! And brought me back and so on and so forth anyway long story short I can’t die anymore. It’s They Keep Killing Suzie, written by Paul Tomlin and Dave McCulloch  and aired on December 3, 2006.

    Show-notes
    2:11: Yeah, they’re still putting Tom Clancy’s name on the covers of “his” books. They do credit the actual writers too though.
    17:32: If you want to listen to us talk about The Prisoner, Sapphire and Steel, and other classic sci-fi shows, check out Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast, our classic sci-fi podcast
    43:08: Here’s the article about the standing car idea. Pretty neat.
    48:00: Headache by Julio Cortázar
    56:52: Wow I found it. And Shia La Beouf is in it.
    1:08:48: The 2006 Life on Mars is an original show. There was no previous version.

    Torchwood © The BBC
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    The Torchwood title music was originally composed by Murray Gold. The version used in this episode was arranged by Murray Gold.

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  • 307: Decorative VeggieTales (Greeks Bearing Gifts)

    9 August 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 50 minutes and 34 seconds

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    We should’ve named our website that, what were we thinking?

    Aw man I feel like I really missed out by never watching veggietales. I mean for real so many people seem to have considered it an integral part of their childhood. Everyone on the internet talks about it as if it was some sort of great revolution in childhood television and I’m over here having not watched it. Damn. It’s Greeks Bearing Gifts, written by  and aired on November 26, 2006.

    Show-notes:
    3:15: Check out Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast, our movie trilogy podcast, if you want to listen to a movie trilogy podcast. I guess.
    6:16: If you want to listen to us talk about The Prisoner, check out Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
    11:30: Some people just have way too much time on their hands.
    17:09: Check out Steven’s podcast, Delayed Replay.

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    The Torchwood title music was originally composed by Murray Gold. The version used in this episode was arranged by Murray Gold.

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  • 306: The Village People are In Control of Everything (Countrycide)

    2 August 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 28 minutes and 39 seconds

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    I’m about to crack this conspiracy wide open.

    A lovely stroll with the Village People. I look out across the village. We are happy here. We listen to Go West every day, on repeat. In the Navy is our national anthem. And when we’re feeling really risque, we’ll listen to YMCA. We’ve all heard it so many times we can recite the dance from memory. It is a good life. It’s Countrycide, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on November 19, 2006.

    Show-notes
    7:29: If you want to listen to us talk about other shows like The Prisoner and Children of the Stones, check out our classic sci-fi podcast, Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
    28:00: John Barrowman in Star Wars pajamas. You can die happy now. You’re welcome.
    31:34: The audio got kind of screwed here, but I said “mini axe,” as in like a hatchet.
    1:27:17: If you want to listen to a podcast we started because like 2 people asked us to, check out Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast, our Blake’s 7 podcast.

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    The Torchwood title music was originally composed by Murray Gold. The version used in this episode was arranged by Murray Gold.

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  • 305: Big Finish, Open Up! (Small Worlds)

    26 July 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 11 minutes and 22 seconds

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    The year is 2099. Big Finish prowls the street looking for non-Doctor Who fans.

    I had never even made any association between this and the really annoyingly catchy Disney song until right this second. And now that I’ve made that association I’m not going to be able to unmake it. Plus now you’ve probably got that song stuck in your head, and you know what? You’re welcome. It’s Small Worlds, written by PJ Hammond and aired on November 12, 2006.

    Show-notes:
    1:05: If you want to listen to us talk about Sapphire and Steel, The Prisoner, and other wonderful shows like Star Cops and Children of the Stones, check out our classic sci-fi podcast Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
    16:26: The Museum of Hoaxes has a write up and images of the Cottingley Fairies photos.
    19:44: Wow for some reason dozens of people have adapted Conan Doyle’s The Lost World. Apparently I was wrong about Hound of the Baskervilles being not a Sherlock story at first. 50% isn’t so bad.
    35:00: Here’s the full Nightmare painting from 1781. According to etymonline, nightmare doesn’t come from the painting, but did enter the modern usage of “any bad dream” after the painting was made.
    39:51: World War I was 1914 to 1918.
    54:19: Here’s the full Stolen Child poem by W.B. Yeats.
    1:09:54: If you want to listen to us talk about movie trilogies, check out our movie trilogy podcast, Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast

    As promised here’s a Christian take on Torchwood. Spoiler: they didn’t like it. (Also spoiler warning for season 4.)
    While we’re at it, here’s another Christian take on the show, this time from Be Thinking (warning: this one spoils the Children of Earth season).
    Christian.org.uk also reported on how many Christians were offended by Torchwood and complained about it.

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    The Torchwood title music was originally composed by Murray Gold. The version used in this episode was arranged by Murray Gold.

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  • 304: The UNIT Effect (Cyberwoman)

    19 July 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 30 minutes and 32 seconds

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    I wish I was a UNIT soldier who could indiscriminately fail at his job like that.

    Did you know I was partially cyberized once? It’s true, if you go back to some of our old episodes I’m sure you could hear when my voice would just go all cyber for some reason. Yeah that’s when I was cyberized. Luckily I was able to uncyberize myself but unfortunately I can’t really remember how I did that so that knowledge has been lost to the ages. Sorry. It’s Cyberwoman, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on November 5, 2006.

    Show-notes: Amazing quote: https://web.archive.org/web/20110725050938/http://www.noisetosignal.org/tv/2006/11/torchwood-cyberwoman.php

     

    1:10:30 yeah I couldn’t find it

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  • 303: Complementary Desert Eagle (Ghost Machine)

    12 July 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 32 minutes and 55 seconds

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    Not to be confused with Ghost IN The Machine.

    If I had a ghost machine, I’d open that puppy up when I got into my apartment to find out if someone died in here. I might not want to actually know that, actually. Can you imagine if Gwen took the machine home, fired it up, and then boom just a straight montage of 6 murders happening in her home? The trauma that would induce. It’s Ghost Machine, written by Helen Raynor and aired on October 29, 2006.

    Show-notes:
    3:45: Relive our golden years with Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast or our sad attempt to recapture the magic with Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
    18:33: Here’s the link to our April Fool’s episode… I still can’t believe we did this.
    28:25: Meant 90 degrees here.
    55:36: Apparently you can bleed out in as little as 5 minutes.
    1:26:38: I can’t believe I’ve never heard of Chocolate Rain sequel Cherry Chocolate Rain.
    1:27:44: Blue Jeans and Bloody Tears for Eurovision 2020.
    1:31:29: Hey, it’s Fred!

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    The Torchwood title music was originally composed by Murray Gold. The version used in this episode was arranged by Murray Gold.

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  • 302: The Seven Sins of Torchwood (Day One)

    5 July 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 0 minutes and 8 seconds

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    And the secret 0th sin: existence.

    The name of this story evokes strong memories of… something. Another story or tv show or movie and I just can’t really place what it is. I seriously feel like I watched something called Day One once upon a time and I genuinely cannot remember what the heck it was. That’s so weird. It’s Day One, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on October 29, 2006.

    Show-notes: 4:27: You’re welcome for this masterpiece of movie musical history. My personal favourite part is 1:19, when a dancer launches a bowling ball sideways accidentally and the shot immediately cuts, presumably to avoid showing the carnage that caused.
    8:40: Every time.
    16:14: If you want to listen us talk about classic sci-fi shows like Sapphire & Steel or The Prisoner, check out our classic sci-fi podcast, Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
    27:01: FBI, OPEN UP
    43:16: Yes, there really is a page for masturbation on the tardis wiki.
    56:50: Here’s the trailer for Vampire Diary. Y’know, I kind of miss the edginess of the mid 00s.
    58:00: Yeah, I was completely wrong here. Twilight was never a Harry Potter fanfic. Dylan was right. It was 50 Shades that started as a Twilight fanfic.

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  • 301: A Christian Reading of Torchwood (Everything Changes)

    28 June 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 33 minutes and 2 seconds

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    I’m probably the worst person to do this kind of reading honestly.

    The title of this weeks episode of Torchwood is surprisingly apt for the change in the show that we’re also going to experience. Which is why Kiyan was able to so expertly make that pun last week about it. Well not much else to say besides that. It’s Everything Changes, written by Russell T. Davies and aired on October 22, 2006.

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  • Redux 7: Bondage Spiderwebs (Time and the Rani)

    21 June 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 10 minutes and 49 seconds

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    I only like bondage anthills personally.

    So we’ve come to the end of our little journey, which means it’s time to jump back into the late 2000’s for some quality early 21st century television. But before that, we have to suffer through Pip and Jane Baker’s masterpiece. Some say it’s their greatest work, their magnum opus. It’s Time and the Rani, written by Pip and Jane Baker and aired between September 7th and 28th, 1987.

    Show-notes:
    6:47: Much as I hate to link to this AGAIN, here’s The Bikini Bottom Horror.
    10:57: If you want to listen to us talk about Back to the Future (and Crispin Glover’s legal battle), you’re in luck I guess.
    17:29: Here’s a quick (but kind of old-ish) video about Hong Kong’s cage housing.
    21:07: Behold: the Area 51 Naruto runner
    22:30: Here’s the stupid asteroid/meteor/meteorite overview thing AGAIN.
    37:16: If you want to listen to us talk about classic sci-fi, check out our classic sci-fi podcast Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast. Oh, and we also have a completed Blake’s 7 podcast called Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast. So if you wwant to hear a Blake’s 7 podcast from us, check that out.
    43:37: Or maybe Gotye’s now regretting not monetizing his youtube videos. (Probably not but you never know.)

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    The Doctor Who title music was originally composed by Ron Grainer. The version used in this episode was arranged by Keff McCulloch.

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  • Redux 6 : Chekhov’s Stinger (Mindwarp)

    14 June 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 12 minutes and 18 seconds

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    It’s like a shitty version of the mystery mobile.

    Alright gang buckle up because we’re coming to the end of this insane ride and we’re doing it right. And by doing it righ I mean we’re mindwarping ourselves, so I’ll putting my brain in Kiyan and he’s putting his brain in me and then absolutely nothing will change because as it turns out in the TYD canon we don’t really have defined characters. Or do we? Also we’ll be retconning that away in two weeks when we start Torchwood so. It’s Mindwarp, written by Philip Martin and aired between October 4th and 25th, 1986.

    Show-notes: 2:09: Actual recorded audio of Philip Martin bailing.
    6:56: The novel that features Sil is called Mission to Magnus. It came out in 1990… and also has the Ice Warriors in it?!
    15:40: Actually according to the Tardis wiki, Perpugilliam means “she who lives in the hills.” So I don’t know what the hell I was talking about here.
    19:33: The Rock actually streamed some of his “cheat day” meals recently. (Or maybe he always does this? I don’t know.) Here’s one of them.
    24:16: Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast is a podcast where we talk about movie trilogies and that you should check out if you want to listen to us talk about movie trilogies in podcast format.
    31:40: Dudley Simpson had already stopped composing for the show by this point.
    36:09: Rare footage of Sil
    55:17: Funny that we should mention Sapphire & Steel here considering we’re watching it for one of our other podcasts, Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
    1:05:40: Yeah, the 1970 Cromwell movie has Alec Guinness in it.
    1:07:47: Funny we should mention Blake’s 7 here since we have a completed Blake’s 7 podcast called Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast.
    1:08:35: Vargas was the name of Brian Blessed’s character in Blake’s 7.

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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.

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  • Redux 5: Sea Devil’s Advocate (Warriors of the Deep)

    7 June 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 20 minutes and 28 seconds

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    Can’t wait to see all of the Sea Devil photoshops we’ll get out of this.

    I find it interesting that in reality the Silurians are the ones in charge of this story, completely and utterly. But while they may be the ones in control, they aren’t the ones who lend their name to the title of the story. The Sea Devils don’t really do anything except show up and cap a bunch of fools, and then they just kind of… die. And yet somehow the story is named after them? It’s Warriors of the Deep, written by Johnny Byrne and aired between January 5th and 13th , 1984.

    Show-notes:
    9:44: Check out our classic sci-fi podcast, Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
    14:28: This is the Ulysses cover I was talking about.
    18:27: Here’s an article from Cornell about how swim bladders and lungs are actually the same thing after all. And here’s an article from Live Science about how our ears are actually gills.
    28:12: Check out our Blake’s 7 podcast, Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast.
    33:38: Actual recorded audio of Vislor Turlough in the year 2084.
    44:30: If you for some reason want to listen to us talk about Predator or Alien (but not Alien vs. Predator), then check out our movie trilogy podcast, Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast.
    57:35: Here’s the “I miss the internet” comic.
    1:17: It’s at about 22:05 in episode 4.

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    The Doctor Who title music was originally composed by Ron Grainer. The version used in this episode was arranged by Delia Derbyshire.

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  • Redux 4: Anthony Read’s Timeless Children (Underworld)

    31 May 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 27 minutes and 47 seconds

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    What if Anthony Read had actually written The Timeless Children?

    Personally I find that my dreams have taken me to the real life underworld much more than this story ever did. It’s pretty hellish down there, so I’m gonna give you all a warning. I’ve become best buds with some of my demons though, which is cool. They bought be a soda last week, that was nice of them. It’s Underworld, written by Bob Baker and Dave Martin and aired between January 7th and 28th , 1978.

    Show-notes:

    18:20 : Have fun with this horror: https://ko-fi.com/album/The-Bikini-Bottom-Horror-E1E11A2PC

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  • Redux 3: That Vague Memory of 6 Years Ago (The Monster of Peladon)

    24 May 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 13 minutes and 17 seconds

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    I only have vague memories of 6 years ago apparently.

    In this episode Kiyan will espouse the belief that you should watch Monster of Peladon every single day, over and over and over again until you get it. Now I don’t necessarily disagree, but I have to wonder, is that what people want us to do with The Massacre? And if so, how is this not just some sort of twisted version of stockholm syndrome? It’s Monster of Peladon, written by Brian Hayles and aired between March 23 and April 27, 1974.

    Show-notes:
    8:13: The basic premise of 4 to Doomsday is that some aliens are on a spaceship headed to earth and are going to wipe out humanity with a virus.
    12:05: According to the Doctor Who wiki the Fourth Doctor used a sonic lance on his sonic screwdriver in Robot.
    21:30: I was talking about The Aims of Discourse by James Kinneavey. You can read it at that link for free with a jstor account.
    38:43: Check out Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast. We’re currently (at the time of writing this) watching Sapphire and Steel.
    1:04:36: Looks like Cold Warrior is just a random tv show from 1984. I could barely find any info about it other than this wiki page and an even more threadbare imdb page.

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  • Redux 3: That Vague Memory of 6 Years Ago (The Monster of Peladon)

    24 May 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 13 minutes and 17 seconds

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    I only have vague memories of 6 years ago apparently.

    In this episode Kiyan will espouse the belief that you should watch Monster of Peladon every single day, over and over and over again until you get it. Now I don’t necessarily disagree, but I have to wonder, is that what people want us to do with The Massacre? And if so, how is this not just some sort of twisted version of stockholm syndrome? It’s Monster of Peladon, written by Brian Hayles and aired between March 23 and April 27, 1974.

    Show-notes:
    8:13: The basic premise of 4 to Doomsday is that some aliens are on a spaceship headed to earth and are going to wipe out humanity with a virus.
    12:05: According to the Doctor Who wiki the Fourth Doctor used a sonic lance on his sonic screwdriver in Robot.
    21:30: I was talking about The Aims of Discourse by James Kinneavey. You can read it at that link for free with a jstor account.
    38:43: Check out Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast. We’re currently (at the time of writing this) watching Sapphire and Steel.
    1:04:36: Looks like Cold Warrior is just a random tv show from 1984. I could barely find any info about it other than this wiki page and an even more threadbare imdb page.

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  • Redux 2: It Is I, British Man (The Space Pirates)

    17 May 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 39 minutes and 33 seconds

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    It’s me, the newest superhero!

    I’m not saying that we’ve engaged in time piracy, stealing Doctor Who from the present then talking about it in the past and then having the show recreate the show from our podcast, but I’m not saying that we didn’t either. Why didn’t Bo Holmes write a story about Time Pirates instead? That would have been way more interesting. We were right all along. It’s The Space Pirates. Written by Robert Holmes and aired between March 8 and April 12, 1969.

    Show-notes:
    23:43: Check out our Blake’s 7 podcast, Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast.
    29:16: Apparently it’s just a myth that the navy has more aircraft than the air force. At least according this Business Insider article from 2015 about debunking military myths.
    33:50: Here’s Bob Saget’s take on the “The Aristocrats” joke.
    1:17:35: Ben Steed’s first story on Blake’s 7 was Harvest of Kairos.
    1:23:23: Pretty sure the movie I was thinking of here was The Box.

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  • Redux 1: A Little Religious Strife Never Hurt Anyone (The Massacre)

    10 May 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 6 minutes and 12 seconds

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    This week the meme comes… Full Circle.

    We have returned to the site of our greatest defeat to try once again. The serial where we have broken so far from common accepted fan criticism. And we stand here, upon the ruins of our empire, to say… We were right all along. It’s The Massacre… again. Written by John Lucarotti and Donald Tosh and aired between February 5th and 26th, 1966.

    Show-notes:
    0:55: I couldn’t find which one it was. If anyone knows, let us know. =
    12:25: When I said “medieval times” here, I meant Medieval Times, the American dinner theater thingamajig. Still wonder why and how Medieval Times exists and is successful sometimes, but hey.
    32:06: Yeaaaahhh, can’t find the comment from Peter Purves either. So don’t take my word for it.
    1:01:40: Check out Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast, a Blake’s 7 podcast.

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  • 300: We’re Gluttons for Punishment (Daleks – Invasion Earth 2150 AD)

    3 May 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 47 minutes and 9 seconds

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    This is episode 300. 300!

    This week we continue to avoid starting Tochwood, and then even come up with more ways to avoid Torchwood for the next coming weeks! Can you believe that? Because honestly I can’t. I’m amazed we’ve been able to do that somehow. It only comes at the expense of revisiting all of our most derided episodes… It’s Daleks – Invasion Earth 2150 AD, directed by Gordon Flemying and released on August 5, 1966.

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  • 299: Slowly Perishing Rubber 1965 Dalek Outfit ft. Brendan and Nathan (Dr. Who and the Daleks)

    26 April 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 56 minutes and 4 seconds

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    Somehow we found more content to cover.

    This week we set the time scoop to “random” and are joined by surprise guests Brendan and Nathan of the fabulous Flight Through Entirety podcast (among other achievements). I think we always knew that somehow we’d cover this movie, somewhere, and so we figured why the hell not, lets do it now. Besides, it’s not like there’s anything else left for us to cover, I say, staring conspicuously at Torchwood sitting in the corner. It’s Dr. Who and the Daleks, directed by Gordon Flemying and released on August 23, 1965.

    Show-notes: 18:50 Here’s Flight Through Entirety’s episode on The Doctor’s Daughter.

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  • 299: Slowly Perishing Rubber 1965 Dalek Outfit ft. Brendan and Nathan (Dr. Who and the Daleks)

    26 April 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
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    Somehow we found more content to cover.

    This week we set the time scoop to “random” and are joined by surprise guests Brendan and Nathan of the fabulous Flight Through Entirety podcast (among other achievements). I think we always knew that somehow we’d cover this movie, somewhere, and so we figured why the hell not, lets do it now. Besides, it’s not like there’s anything else left for us to cover, I say, staring conspicuously at Torchwood sitting in the corner. It’s Dr. Who and the Daleks, directed by Gordon Flemying and released on August 23, 1965.

    Show-notes: 18:50 Here’s Flight Through Entirety’s episode on The Doctor’s Daughter.
    1:29:28 If you don’t know what Celestial Toyroom is (I didn’t), here’s what Celestial Toyroom is.
    1:48:40 Brendan and Nathan’s other projects include: Flight Through Entirety (a Doctor Who podcast), Bondfinger (an MST3K-style James Bond podcast), and Brandy Bongos.

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  • 298: Damn You, I.M. Foreman ft. Steven (Ascension of the Cybermen & The Timless Children)

    19 April 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 2 hours, 21 minutes and 41 seconds

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    We’ve officially caught up. It’s over.

    It’s over. We’ve made it to the end of Doctor Who. there’s nowhere to go but down now. No more content, no more Doctor Who. No more Trust Your Doctor. We hoped you enjoyed your stay. You can now check out our other podcasts without fear of missing out on this one. Good bye. It’s Ascension of the Cybermen and The Timless Children. written by Chris Chibnall and aired on February 23 and March 1, 2020.

    Show-notes: 10:52 Here are both of the videos that the BBC released with the 13th Doctor commenting on isolation.
    12:00: Pete McTighe wrote Press Play. And here’s The Terror of the Umpty Ums by Steven Moffat.
    57:21 Here’s the fanfiction I was talking about. It’s not pretty. You’ve been warned.
    1:11:26 Check out Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast.
    1:49:37 The Last Man was indeed a full novel
    2:17:45 Check out Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast.
    2:18:31 But more importantly, check out Lemons Loom Like Rain and Steven’s site and Facebook page/twitter/instagram.

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  • 297: Jodie’s Hands ft. Keith (The Haunting of Villa Diodati)

    12 April 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 24 minutes and 56 seconds

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    Our first brand new guest in like…. ages!

    I honestly thought that the name of the group of people in this episode was the Villa Diodati, not the name of the house. So it came as quite a shock when doing research for this episode and I realized it was the name of the place. It should have been obvious in hindsight with the double l but alas. It’s The Haunting of Villa Diodati. written by Maxine Alderton and Chris Chibnall and aired on February 16, 2020.

    Show-notes:
    13:38: Check out Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast.
    20:00: They did get married eventually.
    28:34: Ok so apparently what happened was that it was mistakenly attributed to Byron but it looks like Byron never pretended it was his.
    34:09: Behold the glory of thirteenshands.

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  • 296: He Can See the History of Trust Your Doctor, The Most British Thing Ever (Can You Hear Me?)

    5 April 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 5 minutes and 27 seconds

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    No for real, can you hear me?

    I honestly thought going in that this was going to be an episode where nobody could hear anyone and a deaf character was going to be the hero. Like, straight up. This story went in a completely different direction to what I expected and I kind of appreciate and admire that. So good on you story for subverting the expectations you created in the title. It’s Can You Hear Me? written by Charlene James and Chris Chibnall and aired on February 9, 2020.

    Show-notes:
    2:10: Check out Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast and Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast
    3:53: We’ll be joined by Keith and Steven in the coming weeks.
    7:07: Yes, the crusades took place (partially) in what today is Syria.
    10:43: Here’s the sequel to Rose if you somehow haven’t heard about it yet.
    15:45: This is where the audio starts getting messed up and misaligned. This is a result of how we recorded this episode. We’ll (read: Dylan will) get better at this as time goes on.
    16:51: The Monsters Inc. tea meme.
    25:05: The official language of Syria is Arabic, but plenty of other languages are spoken there as well.
    25:33: More on wendigos
    40:10: And North American
    50:41: The group in Love & Monsters was called LINDA (London Investigation ‘N’ Detective Agency)
    1:02:14: Check out Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast
    1:03:52: It was Extremis

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  • 295: Anticulture (Praxeus)

    29 March 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 48 minutes and 19 seconds

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    Today in Trust Your Doctor, our regular life.

    This is truly the end of an era, this is the last TYD episode that will be recorded in the same room for… three months? Who knows how long we’ll be stuck in our homes. Did you know every episode up until this point was recorded in person? And now life is conspiring against us to shut down the podcast. God damn Praxeus… disease bacteria virus thing. It’s Praxeus written by Pete McTighe and Chris Chibnall and aired on February 2, 2020.

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  • 295: Anticulture (Praxeus)

    29 March 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
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    Today in Trust Your Doctor, our regular life.

    This is truly the end of an era, this is the last TYD episode that will be recorded in the same room for… three months? Who knows how long we’ll be stuck in our homes. Did you know every episode up until this point was recorded in person? And now life is conspiring against us to shut down the podcast. God damn Praxeus… disease bacteria virus thing. It’s Praxeus written by Pete McTighe and Chris Chibnall and aired on February 2, 2020.

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  • 295: Anticulture (Praxeus)

    29 March 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 48 minutes and 19 seconds

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    Today in Trust Your Doctor, our regular life.

    This is truly the end of an era, this is the last TYD episode that will be recorded in the same room for… three months? Who knows how long we’ll be stuck in our homes. Did you know every episode up until this point was recorded in person? And now life is conspiring against us to shut down the podcast. God damn Praxeus… disease bacteria virus thing. It’s Praxeus written by Pete McTighe and Chris Chibnall and aired on February 2, 2020.

    Show-notes:
    20:23: This. This is what Birdemic is about.
    23:45: Meant to say “Love and Monsters” here.
    36:10: Mr. Burns’ checkup.

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  • 294: The Haunting of Vila Restal (Fugitive of the Judoon)

    22 March 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 52 minutes and 43 seconds

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    The crossover we’ve all been waiting for.

    I was a fugitive once. The cops came to my house, told me I was wanted for stealing toilet paper during a time of crisis. I, of course, denied it and jumped out the window. Pretty sure I broke my ankle on the way down but I didn’t have time to verify. Some say I’m still running to this day, although I think the police have other toilet paper thieves on their hands now. It’s Fugitive of the Judoon written by Vinay Patel and Chris Chibnall and aired on January 26, 2020.

    Show-notes:
    1:40: Here’s an article about Wikipedia editors editing Bloomberg’s death into his wiki page. Wikipedia editors are some of the most dangerous and unhinged people out there.
    18:44: Pretty sure there was something wrong with the call here, which is why Argy couldn’t hear us I think. Happens once again later too.
    35:39: 50dw50 on twitter
    42:15: The greatest thing we’ve ever done

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  • 293: Emotional Support Companion (Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror)

    15 March 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 4 minutes and 24 seconds

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    Bring back K9.

    This week on Trust Your Doctor: every single person you ever thought was a hero is actually a terrible person. Who could have guessed that? Not me, not you, not anyone close to these people who have been warning us for years and only just now got heard because said person is all of a sudden famous. No certainly not them. It’s Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror written by Nina Métivier and aired on January 19, 2020.

    Show-notes:
    2:45: The “Why would ________ do this?” meme (mixed in this example with the all time classic “Bush did 9/11” meme).
    4:09: The Current War. You know a movie’s good when its Wikipedia article starts with “[name of movie] is a 2017/2019 American historical drama”
    15:14: Check out Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast, our movie trilogy podcast.
    17:30: Well here’s Dylan’s twitter. I don’t know whether he actually posted the “barcodes” as “planned,” but if he did that’s where they would be.
    19:05: It would’ve been the Austro-Hungarian krone I guess. Or maybe the Austrian shilling? I dunno.
    29:10: It was The Underwater Menace.
    35:27: 5 seconds on google told me it was Margaret Hamilton.

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  • 292: Green Hams and Eggs (Orphan 55)

    8 March 2020 (3:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 51 minutes and 42 seconds

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    Multiple hams at once, just all over.

    I wonder what the other 54 orphan planets look like. Do you think they look anything like bombed out earth in the future? Maybe the bombed out shell of Gallifrey was an orphan planet too, and then it become Gallifrey. And the Timelords took its orphan status away. They adopted it. What a good society! It’s Orphan 55 written by Ed Hime and aired on January 12, 2020.

    Show-notes:
    4:30: Check out our Blake’s 7 podcast, Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast.
    13:12: Meant to say Happiness Patrol here.
    15:52: And here…
    19:30: Here’s the “Disney’s Catacombs” creepypasta.
    20:50: List of incidents at Disney parks. There are multiple lists to read, so this page collects all of them. Also the movie I was talking about was Escape from Tomorrow. I just read the plot summary on wikipedia and it sounds wild.
    27:18: Check out Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast
    27:47: Apparently the comic story The Glorious Dead does this, though I’m not 100% sure on that.
    31:03: Check out Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast
    33:35: Turtle comic thing
    42:35: Leo Strauss on wikipedia. Just wanted to link this here since I was too lazy to look up anything else about him myself, so here’s the link if you want to read more yourself.
    44:46: The Southern Strategy

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  • 291: Invention Convention ft. JB Anderton (Spyfall)

    1 March 2020 (4:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 2 hours, 22 minutes and 46 seconds

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    It’s like a science fair but worse.

    Weirdly enough there’s actually a new James Bond movie coming out this year. As in like, for the first time in 5 years there’s a James Bond movie coming to theatres. How do I know it was 5 years? Well because I took my dad for his birthday to see it, and it was a monumental age (no, I won’t tell you what it was though). It’s Spyfall written by Chris Chibnall and aired on January 1 and 5, 2020.

    Show-notes:
    13:12: The Doctor Who wiki surprisingly doesn’t have a page on left handedness. So instead here’s the page on dates.
    22:30: Outside of G.I. Joe, Cobra is like an Austrian military police unit, an Indian police force, and a Serbian military police force.
    24:04: It’s not pinned anymore because @Prof_Quiteamess deleted it ;_;
    30:38: It was actually steganography. Stenography is something else. According to the Doctor wiki, steganography was only ever mentioned in this episode.
    32:11: Here’s Lenny Henry playing the Doctor in 1985. I’ve actually seen this before, but I completely forgot about it.
    1:08:30: Check out Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast, that podcast that we’re finally doing again.
    1:14:36: Also check out our other podcasts Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast and Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
    1:39:20: This is just copied straight from the Doctor Who wiki: “Editing for the DVD release was completed by the Doctor Who Restoration Team. The most prominent of these edits is to the serial’s final scenes, when the freighter crashes into prehistoric earth. The edit mainly revises the scene so that, instead of the TARDIS’s monitor showing a still image of the freighter, followed by several bright flashes (meant to represent the explosion of the impact), the screen actually shows the freighter slamming into the Earth, with the explosion being represented by a pulsating light over the impact site.” This obviously has to do with the DVD release, which came out in like 2003 (so not exactly recently). But I think this might’ve been what people were discussing when it came to the blu ray.
    2:16:52: Here’s the discussion that JB mentioned.
    2:19:39: And of course just check out WHO 37 in general, and also check out BAT 77 too.

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  • 290: I Just Literally Don’t Care (Resolution)

    23 February 2020 (4:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 54 minutes and 14 seconds

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    Should old Doctors be forgotten?

    I only just processed that this was the only episode of Doctor Who that aired in 2019. The one and only single one. Which is a little weird because 2019 was so damn long, at least in my life. And throughout that long span of time there was only one single episode of Doctor Who to keep me sane. Pity. It’s Resolution written by Chris Chibnall and aired on January 1, 2019.

    Show-notes:
    9:16: More on old style and new style dates. Surprise surprise, we (I) got most of this wrong. Also I mentioned how the shift affected the dates that early U.S. presidents were inaugurated on, but the shift actually came way before that. What I meant to say was that it affects most of the early presidents’ birthdays.
    15:05: The entire 2020 state of the union.
    34:10: Aaaand of course I can’t find it. I actually looked for more than 30 seconds for once, but nope. I got nothing.
    39:11: A Single Man is by Christopher Isherwood.
    41:03: If you like Blake’s 7 and podcasts, check out Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast, a Blake’s 7 podcast.

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  • 288: 6 Years Later and Still Nobody Cares (It Takes You Away)

    9 February 2020 (4:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 52 minutes and 22 seconds

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    This is the most depressing thing I’ve ever heard.

    I’ve always wanted to go to Norway. Never really had the opportunity to do so though. Which is a bummer because it always looked nice. I wonder why this episode is set in Norway and not Sweden. A good question for another time. It’s It Takes You Away, written by Ed Hime and aired on December 1, 2018.

    Show-notes:
    2:12: This is the first time we’ve seen Norway on the tv show, but it’s been in comics and audios before. Bad Wolf Bay was in Norway, but it was in the alternate world.
    9:35: Here’s the trailer for The Silence. Cash-in on “A Quiet Place” or not, this was actually based on a book that came out in 2015.
    21:43: Video of Gordon Ramsay and James May eating fermented shark
    24:47: Unfortunately I couldn’t find any behind-the-scenes info on the antizone. I did find this somewhat-interesting video that kind of goes behind the scenes on this episode. It’s not too great, but yeah.
    27:57: It was Spinoza, and the concept was called natura naturans.

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  • 287: Frogtor Who(The Witchfinders)

    2 February 2020 (4:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 57 minutes and 58 seconds

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    Ribbit ribbit ribbit ribbit ribbit ribbit.

    Something something the Crucible is actually about the Red Scare. Well not actually. It was really about the witch hunts, but it’s supposed to be heavily about the Red Scare. Drawing parallels between the two really. But as Kiyan says “intentionality doesn’t matter” so in many ways you could see it as whatever you want. Maybe to you it’s just a play about the witch hunts. It’s The Witchfinders, written by Joy Wilkinson and aired on November 25, 2018.

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  • 286: Too Good to Exist (Kerblam)

    26 January 2020 (4:57pm GMT)
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    The greatest “thing” that’s ever been in Doctor Who.

    I sit here editing this episode on my Amazon laptop, with my Amazon Ergonomic Chair listening on my Amazon Buds. My Amazon branded air freshener releases a new scent to improve my workflow. I take a sip of Amazon approved water, delivered in an Amazon plastic bottle. I smile, for Amazon will look after me. It’s Kerblam, written by Pete McTighe and aired on November 18, 2018.

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  • 285: Yes, But Actually No (Demons of the Punjab)

    19 January 2020 (4:57pm GMT)
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    I feel really bad about not knowing anything about partition, but watching this episode for the second time has actually prompted me to look into it more. It seems to have served the Doctor Who purpose of introducing an audience to an entirely new topic that they had no idea about. Does that make it the most successful Doctor Who episode of all time? Stay tuned to find out. It’s Demons of the Punjab, written by Vinay Patel and aired on November 11, 2018.

    Show-notes:
    2:12: The Hugo awards are chosen by the World Science Fiction Society. The Nebulas on the other hand are chosen by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. Wikipedia’s joint winners of the Hugo and Nebula awards. Also the book I was talking about was The Dream-Quest of Vellitt Boe, which won the World Fantasy Award for long fiction and was nominated by the Hugos, Nebulas, and Locus awards.
    14:49: Behold the majesty of ThrustSSC.
    24:44: It was probably the Battle of Singapore, part of World War 2.
    28:52: Seeds of Death had Jamie and Zoe in it.
    34:17: Check out Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast and Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast
    56:20: Mountbatten

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  • 284: Surfing the Skies of New York (The Tsuranga Conundrum)

    12 January 2020 (4:57pm GMT)
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    We call it sky surfing here.

    When I heard the name of this episode I kind of imagined it as an almost Kobayashi Maru situation. You know in Star Trek, it’s the no win situation that Kirk cheats at to win, and that cheating is the reason he gets given the captain’s chair because they really like his initiative in… cheating… I guess? But then it turned out to not be that at all. It’s The Tsuranga Conundrum, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on November 4, 2018.

    Show-notes:
    4:15: Check out Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast and Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast.
    13:28: I did a little googling and I’m pretty sure this is wrong. I think you’d only die by eating and/or licking poison dart frogs, not just touching them. None of the sources I found mentioned that just touching them would kill you.
    15:11: Side-by-side comparison of the unreleased cut of Lilo & Stitch featuring more realistic aircraft and cityscapes and the theatrical version.

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  • 283: The Twitspace (Arachnids in the UK)

    5 January 2020 (4:57pm GMT)
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    All of America is the twitspace.

    I just realized how weird it is that the villain in a UK story is an American. There’s probably more to that now that I think about it, something about how America gained its independence and now the UK hates them or something. It’s Arachnids in the UK, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on October 28, 2018.

    Show-notes:
    2:12: Article about George Lucas’ original ideas for the sequel trilogy.
    3:56: Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast
    10:50: Obviously I was just joking here, but a quick skim of the Tardis wiki reminded me that the Master’s plan in Time-Flight was something along the lines of using the Tardis’ energy to break out of some alternate dimension. Also here’s (one version of) that meme with Gru from Despicable Me.
    13:46: Yeah I still have no idea what this was supposed to be or what it is. According to the Doctor Who wiki, he said pakora, but that’s not what it sounded like at all.
    24:05: Before the Law by Kafka
    25:54: Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast
    27:26: Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast
    40:02: Pretty sure it was grime.
    45:11: Axolotl by Cortázar

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  • 282: It’s Just Ozzies ft. Argy (Rosa)

    29 December 2019 (4:57pm GMT)
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    Ozzie Osborne that is.

    This week we’re joined by Argy yet again to travel back in time to Montgomery. To be fair absolutely none of us have been to Montgomery before, so it’s a bit of a new experience for all of us. I’ll be honest I think I can say with some mild certainty that most of our audience hasn’t been to Montgomery either. So it’s new for you too. It’s Rosa, written by Malorie Blackman and Chris Chibnall and aired on October 21, 2018.

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  • Children of the Stones 2 – Circle of Fear

    25 December 2019 (4:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 21 minutes and 39 seconds

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    Why do I have this weird feeling that there’s an episode of Doctor Who with this name?

    This might be one of the shortest “actual” episodes we’ve ever released. Obviously our introductory episodes are always shorted than this, but this covers an actual topic! A whole full 25 minute episode that we condensed into a whole 21 minute podcast episode. Amazing that’s a whole 4 minutes we saved you. It’s Circle of Fear, written by  Jeremy Burnham and Trevor Ray and aired on January 17, 1977.

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  • 281: End Doctor Who Once and for All (The Ghost Monument)

    22 December 2019 (4:57pm GMT)
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    Doctor Who must not go on.

    When I saw the title for this episode the first time I was convinced it was some sort of monument to Casper the friendly ghost. Like it was going to be something super cool about this cartoon character. In hindsight I’m starting to think that would be the weirdest crossover in existence, but I kind of want to see if they could make it work. It’s The Ghost Monument, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on October 14, 2018.

    Show-notes:
    10:11: From Wikipedia: Continuity editing is the process, in film and video creation, of combining more-or-less related shots, or different components cut from a single shot, into a sequence to direct the viewer’s attention to a pre-existing consistency of story across both time and physical location.
    23:53: Wikipedia (the source of all my knowledge) doesn’t seem to say anything about being able to overcome dyspraxic setbacks mentally.

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  • 280: I’ve Made my Final Judgement (The Woman Who Fell to Earth)

    15 December 2019 (4:57pm GMT)
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    We all regenerate into women this week.

    Just kidding, Trust Your Doctor is still a sausage fest. Sort of. It’s kind of sobering to realize just how many male Doctor Who podcasts there are, and then compare that to the number that have, say, at least one female host. It’s The Woman Who Fell to Earth, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on October 7, 2018.

    Show-notes:
    8:13: It’s Segun Akinola.

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  • The Twelfth Doctor Retrospective

    8 December 2019 (4:57pm GMT)
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    This is the end of everything.

    It’s kind of bittersweet saying goodbye to so many things that have kind of become staples so to speak of the show for us. Stephen Moffat, Murray Gold, Mark Gatiss, Peter Capaldi. All of them are leaving for us now. This almost feels like it might be one of the biggest changes in the show that we’ve ever experienced. This week we read Terrorformer and The Swords of Kali, published in October 2014 through February 2015.

    Show-notes:
    5:19: Check out our Blake’s 7 podcast Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast.
    15:35: The Enigma of Amigara Fault. Also check out our classic sci-fi podcast Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast. It desperately needs the listeners.
    25:42: The Massacre only had 4 episodes thankfully.

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  • 279: We Want People to Cry on Christmas (Twice Upon a Time)

    1 December 2019 (4:57pm GMT)
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    Personally, I make it a rule to cry on every day EXCEPT Christmas.

    Did you ever watch that Disney movie? Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas? Well fun fact they actually made a sequel, called Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas. And every time I watch this episode I think of that movie because the names are so suspiciously similar. I mean, have you ever seen anything else in any media that uses the word “twice” at all? It’s Twice Upon a Time, written by Stephen Moffat and aired on December 25, 2017.

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  • 278: Selfcest ft. Argy (World Enough and Time & The Doctor Falls)

    24 November 2019 (4:57pm GMT)
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    Don’t knock it till you try it.

    I read a pretty good poem recently, but it wasn’t in any way related to this episode. I just thought it was a good poem. It was called “Go to the Limits of Your Longing.” Rilke wrote it. I highly recommend it. It’s World Enough and Time & The Doctor Falls, written by Stephen Moffat and aired on June 24 and July 1, 2017.

    Show-notes:
    10:59: If you don’t know what Xena: Warrior Princess is, this is what it is.
    11:47: To His Coy Mistress
    16:19: Here’s the actual 12th Doctor intro and here’s the fanmade intro (created by Billy Hanshaw) that it was based on. I like Hanshaw’s version better.
    28:15: Here’s a pretty good article about the whole “Doctor Who” vs. “The Doctor” debate.
    52:26: Metallica’s “One” music video
    1:10:14: Check out Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast (in which we discuss Star Cops). And while you’re at it, check out Zenith: A Blake’s 7 podcast and Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast.
    1:15:45: Here’s an example of Michelle Gomez’s stand up.

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  • 277: I Dream of Drashigs (The Eaters of Light)

    17 November 2019 (4:57pm GMT)
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    Even closing my eyes is no escape from the horror that is the drashigs.

    If I could subsist on light, I totally would if I’m being honest. I mean, now that I think about it, that’s kind of what plants do right? They eat light and then they turn it into food and survive. So does that mean the main enemy of this story is a plant? Food for thought. It’s The Eaters of Light written by Rona Munro and aired on June 17, 2017.

    Show-notes:
    2:31: This article from over 10 years ago explains how to dial straight to voicemail using something called “Slydial.” I obviously didn’t try it to see if it still works, but feel free to do so yourself.
    4:34: Check out our other podcasts Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast, Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast, and Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast
    22:40: Why a pterosaur is not a dinoasur
    25:52: Here’s what the aftermath of the largest simultaneous dice roll looks like.

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  • 276: It’s Me Mickey Mouse! (Empress of Mars)

    10 November 2019 (4:57pm GMT)
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    Since Disney owns nearly everything I can’t imagine this crossover is far behind.

    Given how many times Mars has appeared on the show it should be pretty easy to assemble some sort of timeline of the Martian Empire right? Also, wasn’t that killer water that killed everything it ever touched in the polar ice caps? The one we learned about in Waters of Mars? Shouldn’t the gang be violently ill and trying to consume each other during almost the entirety of this episode? It’s Empress of Mars, written by Mark Gatiss and aired on June 10, 2017.

    Show-notes:
    4:22: Scratchman was “co-written” by James Goss. And by co-written I mean it was probably mostly written by him.
    4:36: “With exclusive commentary ‘He Did It’ by the Goldman Family”
    21:30: Pretty sure it was Zulu Dawn. And here’s a short description of the Great Emu War from Australian Geographic.
    25:03: Here’s a pretty good (but poorly formatted) list of periods in British history.
    33:28: John Cena’s theme

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  • 275: Blink 2017 Edition (Extemis, The Pyramid at the End of the World & The Lie of the Land)

    3 November 2019 (4:57pm GMT)
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    As opposed to Blink 2019 edition.

    It’s surprising to me that an episode so clearly about propaganda actually didn’t cause much of a splash at all when it landed. Kind of seems like everyone shrugged and looked right past it, even though it explicitly mentions a few people that this episode is clearly sending up. Weird. It’s Extremis, The Pyramid at the End of the World and The Lie of the Land written by Steven Moffat, Peter Harness, and Toby Whithouse and aired on May 20 and 27 and June 3, 2017.

    Show-notes:
    3:32: The comic is called The World Shapers.
    6:19: In case you don’t remember this prehistoric meme
    39:45: Lol just looked it up, Nebraska doesn’t even border Texas.
    45:21: This was the exact Gandhi quote according to Goodreads. Here’s more stuff Gandhi apparently wrote about fear and love too. And here are some articles that could potentially shed some light on the controversy surrounding Gandhi.

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