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Sapphire and Steel 3 – Assignment 3 ft. Making Blake’s 7

Tune in this week to find out how to pronounce Russell Wooten.

Tune in this week to also find out how much of Russell Wooten is too much Russell Wooten. Turns out all three of us have a really different point of view on this really really important topic. It’s Assignment 3, written by PJ Hammond and aired between January 5th and 22nd, 1981.


Show-notes:


18:20: Here are a few articles about storing old comic book storage and preservation.
38:38: Yes, Emmerdale (Farm) was produced by Yorkshire Television.
45:16: According to this article, pretty much everything on Yahoo Groups is now gone forever. ūüôĀ
1:40:24: Lady Gaga’s meat dress has its own Wikipedia page.
1:45:41: Victor Victoria is pretty highly rated on Rotten Tomatoes. Not that that means anything.
1:55:20: If you’re reading this, you probably already know about the Making Blake’s 7 twitter account. But if you somehow don’t, here’s the Making Blake’s 7 twitter account.


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

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:


1:17: Check out our classic sci-fi podcast, Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
9:59: If you want to listen to us talk about Despicable Me for some reason, here you go.
18:50: Have fun with this horror.
38:30: Check out Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast, which is our Blake’s 7 podcast.
1:02:16: This is the scene from Neverending Story that I was talking about. I apologize in advance.
1:03:26: Here’s a bit from the University of California San Francisco about the whole smoking in Disney movies thing.
1:22:03: Ok, to set the record straight, this is what The Awakening is about.


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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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Sapphire and Steel 2 – Assignment 2

Look I’m not saying this could have been 2 serials but I’m not not saying that either.

Honestly I’m kind of glad we started with the 8 parter right off the bat. In general 8 parts back in classic Who days was the “max” we’d watch in one week. Anything above (like the 10 part The War Games or 12 part The Dalek’s Master Plan) we split over two weeks. Kind of almost wonder if we should have done that here, maybe we would have given it a more fair shake. It’s Assignment 2, written by PJ Hammond and aired between July 31st and November 8th, 1979.


Show-notes:


4:10: Check out Trust Your Doctor: A Doctor Who Podcast, our Doctor Who podcast.
9:30: I’m guessing most people listening to this won’t know what CatDog and Rocko’s Modern Life are, so here are some wikipedia links for ya.
23:35: Yep, it was Remembrance Day.


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

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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Sapphire and Steel 1 – Assignment 1

“It’s pretty clear” – Kiyan, about halfway through this episode.

It’s the start of the third season of Inevitable, which is massively increasing our season count already. Two was a record to begin with, and now three is the record, can you believe it? And soon in like 8 weeks it’ll be broken yet again. It’s Assignment 1, written by PJ Hammond and aired between July 10th and 26th, 1979.


Show-notes:


3:03: HAHAHAHAHAHA *sweats*
6:23: Check out Trust Your Doctor: A Doctor Who Podcast, our Doctor Who podcast.
1:08:10: Bringing Up Baby was released in 1938.
1:23:07: Here’s the intro to Callan. It is pretty ominous, but somehow the way Dylan described it I thought there wouldn’t be any music.
1:24:42: We’re still approaching Torchwood. We’ll be starting it on Trust Your Doctor in a month or two.
1:28:51: Apparently Find a Grave is a thing.
1:33:36: Here’s Eurovision 1966’s “A Man Without Love,” composed by Cyril Ornadel.


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

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:


23:24: Check out our Blake’s 7 podcast, Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast.
28:57: 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.
33:30: Here’s Bob Saget’s take on the “The Aristocrats” joke.
1:17:15: Ben Steed’s first story on Blake’s 7 was Harvest of Kairos.
1:23:04: 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)

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)

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.


Show-notes:
2:24 David Whitaker was credited with “Additional Material.”
7:37 See for yourself: I.M. Foreman on the Tardis Wiki. He isn’t “technically” a time lord, but come on. He has regenerations and everything.
13:32 The future is now, old man.
17:18 I was wrong. The Dalek Invasion of Earth took place in 2164.
21:10 Check out Zenith, our Blake’s 7 podcast.
31:15 I’ll never not be amazed that this is how British money used to work.


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

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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Once Upon A Time…

Both Kiyan and I are upstanding citizens, I swear.

Sergio Leone returns to Triple Play with a vengeance!¬† With this, both Kiyan and I can officially say we’ve seen every Leone movie except for that one that no one really knows. So really we’re basically Leone experts now. I’d suggest we just shut the podcast down now but what’s the fun in that? I think the podcast will continue, anyhow… It’s Once Upon a Time in the West, Duck You Sucker! and Once Upon a Time in America.


https://www.telegraph.co.uk/films/0/upon-time-west-behind-scenes-greatest-western-ever-made/

The Long Article https://scrapsfromtheloft.com/2016/08/04/the-making-of-once-upon-a-time-in-the-west/

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/features/elizabeth-mcgovern-de-niro-and-me-109588.html

https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/70066/13-epic-facts-about-once-upon-time-america


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