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  1. Hello lads. Just checked out your latest offering on itunes and just have to say….’brilliant!’ I didn’t think it possible to condense the sheer gravitas of this historically significant episode into a single second’s worth of sound… but here I am, egg on my face, to say, “oh boy, was I mistaken.” Surely you have become Doctor Who fandom’s collective answer to Philip Glass. Kudos!

  2. So ‘The Krynoid Podcast’ is dropping in on ‘Trust Your Doctor…. Oh the humanity!
    I must admit when I first heard this news I rushed for the nearest window to see if it had begun raining frogs… it hadn’t, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it wont.
    Personally I’m hoping for an experience somewhere between “The Stars Wars Christmas Special” and “The Harlem Globetrotter’s on Gilligan’s Island”. That is to say, a style of crossover that is at once both inexplicable and off-putting, existentially disturbing yet twee and engendering an overarching sensibility that is in-itself as mad as a bag of hammers. I’m also keeping my fingers crossed that like ‘Star Wars Christmas’ and ‘The Globetrotters’, Dylan, Kiyan, Jim and Martin will at some point confront and defeat a mob of poorly designed robots led by a drunk and lecherous Art Carney…. god bless you brave men!
    You might also like to see if you can rope Jim into conscripting his fictional* brother Rob into helping you form the 5 person quorum necessary to reboot the “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” franchise. Trust me… I have scripts prepared.

    *Jim’s not fooling anyone,… he’s the Norman Bates of Doctor Who podcasting and his (albeit excellent) skills of vocal mimicry expose him as a greater monster than even the late Jim Henson!

    Yours, Pig Bin Ron.

  3. I watched Blake’s 7 when it first aired on KTEH – 54 in the San Francisco/ San Jose area and fell in love with the show. I used to have the entire series on VHS as I recorded it weekly, and even had interviews with different cast members who would come in for the pledge drive. I think that Blake’s 7 is one of the top 3 SciFi shows ever on TV.

    I am thrilled that you guys are doing the podcast, and look forward to each episode, as many of the SciFi fans are not aware of the show. I really am looking forward to the episodes that you do on much later episodes, as the show does get better and better.

    What you need to remember is the the BBC puts very little money into a show when it starts, so shows are really forced into character development, so they can’t put the money into special effects unlike American SciFi shows do. What is really great is how they ended the series, as it made me rethink the entire series and all of the main characters. I am really looking forward to hearing your reactions when you reach it.

    Keep up the great podcast.

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