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Episode 140: Renaissance Fair Gone Techno

Can you imagine techno renaissance music?

This week we finally not only finish season 21, but also start the 6th Doctor. Remember last week when we said we predicted the 6th Doctor era to be the most divisive? Well buckle up, it’s the Twin Dilemma, written by Anthony Steven and aired in March of 1984.


Show-notes:


4:28 There’s a secret message hidden in The Twin Dilemma
9:00 More information about the most important part of the serial.
14:01 Wow, I definitely see the resemblance. Actually just kidding, I don’t.
16:06 There’s speculation as to what’s up with the h, but personally I don’t care. I have more important things to care about. Like which side of the bed I’m going to wake up on tomorrow. Leaning towards the wrong one right now, 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 Peter Howell.

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Episode 0: Back in the Day… 2 Years Ago

It’s been a long time coming, evidently.

Here, finally, in the flesh and bone, is the very first episode of our new show, Triple Play. We’ve been hinting and mentioning this show all the way back since Trust Your Doctor hit its 5th episode, which you can find over here.

Like we mention in the episode, we’re shooting to put out an episode every 2 months. What we didn’t mention is that after about a year we’ll probably step back and evaluate if the show is successful or not to move to a monthly release schedule, and if it is, well, then we’ll do that obviously. Until then, enjoy the current flow of episodes, and please recommend the show to your friends, as we think this podcast has a far wider reach than the obviously more specific Trust Your Doctor.

The intro and outro music is the Italian Girl in Algiers Overture, which was composed by Rossini.

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Episode 0: We’ve Never Really Explained What We Do

We’ve finally decided to actually sit down and do that!

This is a short 10-minute intro episode to the show. We realize we’re recording this after establishing a fair amount of episodes, but hey, better late than never! Also, this is our first video episode, which we will do sporadically now and then.

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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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