Episode 43: Black Hair Holder

It’s called a headband. Oops.

This week we move away from a podcast over to our new venture! We’re proud to announce that we’re going to be starting our very own biker gang. The Decorative Vegetable Biker Gang will be staring operation in the next week in the downtown Antarctica. It’s Stardrive, written by Jim Follett and aired on October 19, 1981.


Show-notes:


12:00 This is the millionth time I have linked to this chart, and I have become exceedingly efficient at it.
29:20 The Superconducting Super Collider was America’s answer to the Large Hadron Collider. XXL sized for American sensibilities.
30:58 More about Nasa’s research into an engine similar to Plaxton’s.
43:01 Dark Matter is a tv show that draws a lot from Blake’s 7.
50:18 Barbara Shelley played Sorasta in Planet of Fire.
56:56 Babylon 5 is another show that draws a lot from Blake’s 7.
59:45 It is.


Blake’s 7 © The BBC
Any other references belong to their respective owners, no copyright infringement is intended by this podcast.
The Blake’s 7 title music was originally composed by Dudley Simpson.

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2 thoughts on “Episode 43: Black Hair Holder”

  1. Doctor Who season 19 wouldn’t begin until January 1982 but there was a Doctor Who repeat season that aired through out November 1981 on BBC2 called The Five Faces of Doctor Who.

    An Unearthly Child November 2nd to 5th.
    The Krotons November 9th to 12th.
    Carnival of Monsters November 16th to 20th.
    The Three Doctors November 23rd to 26th.
    Logopolis November 30th to December 3rd.

    Thanks for the correction on personal in last week’s episode comment(Traitor). Damn auto-correct.

    I didn’t know the word ‘gook’ was a bad word by the way.

  2. Had to look up the word ‘gook’ in my dictionary. It is a bad word referring to people from a far eastern country. Must be out of use. I think the word ‘punk’ would have been a better word. Surprised it got past the BBC censors going out at 7.20pm on a Monday night.

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