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Audio Ep. 14: The Mysterious British Part of America

No one even knows where this supposed British part even is.

This week we actually hear Tom Baker for the first time in 20 years! Can you believe it? He sounds…. exactly the same. Honestly don’t know what I expected actually. It’s The Valley of Death, written by Philip Hinchcliffe, adapted by Jonathon Morris, and released January of 2012. The Valley of Death can be purchased for $45 as part of the Fourth Doctor Boxset (or your local equivalent) on Big Finish’s website. It’s also on Spotify.


Show-notes:


1:14 Can’t believe there’s XIV of these things.
1:19 The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars. I don’t remember the character designs being this wack.
10:07 Mickey’s Trailer
19:20 Australia though.
26:45 Meet Dave.
52:53 Krynoid podcast.


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The Fourth Doctor Retrospective Ft. The Krynoid Podcast

Jim’s been calling it Trust Your Baker. Unbeknownst to him, that’s our next podcast. We’ll be talking about baking.

Yep we’re finally here. It’s been 6 or so weeks (probably, we lost track quite a while ago) since we first announced this, and it’s here. We’ve had a few stumbles along the way, but it’s really rather fun. So join us (Kiyan, Dylan, Jim and Martin) in looking back at Tom’s run as the Doctor.


Show-notes:


1:09 You can find that episode here. Just saying.
5:55 For anyone who doesn’t know much about Mary Whitehouse (like us), here’s her Wiki article.
6:58 Target was a 1977 cop drama that was apparently criticized for its over the top violence. In addition to Hinchcliffe, a bunch of other people who worked on Doctor Who were involved. Pretty cool intro though, am I right?
1:33:11 Find Kyrnoid Podcast at all their various outlets with this convenient links page.

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Episode 100: Mystical Magic Plot Device

Yay 100 episodes. That’s the extent of our celebration.

Kiyan and Dylan break into the triple digits and finish off season 15 AND put in two character retrospectives. What an episode! Listen in to find out what they thought of The Invasion of Time, written by “David Agnew” and aired in February and March of 1978.

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Episode 99: The Seedy Underbelly of Cave Life

Hey, hey man. You got a map? I can give you 5 talmars. No, they’re not fake. I swear.

How far we’ve fallen. After struggling through 4 episodes of total non-content, Kiyan and Dylan meet to try and explain precisely what happened. Maybe they succeeded, maybe they didn’t. But if you want to check for yourself, just go watch Underworld, written by Bob Baker and David Martin. It aired in January of 1978.

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Episode 98: Let’s Just Overthrow the Government

I woke up this morning and was like “hey, why hasn’t anyone else done this?”

This week Kiyan and Dylan… Don’t really complain about taxes, but do talk about a serial that does complain about taxes. There’s a subtle difference here. The serial this week is The Sun Makers, written by Robert Holmes and aired in November and December of 1977.

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Episode 97: Little House on the Priory

A priory is a monastery, so a house ON the priory is… interesting.

This week Kiyan and Dylan explore Chris Boucher’s final serial for Doctor Who, Image of the Fendahl. It’s almost amazing, but the dialogue falls apart. Pity. It aired in October and November of 1977.

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Episode 96: How Do the Clones Clone Their Clothes?

How does cloning even work? I don’t understand.

Alternate title: Killing is the Most Perfect Form of Distraction. Such is life I suppose. This week Kian and Dylan talk about clone. No, not Orphan Black, it’s The Invisible Enemy, written by Bob Baker and David Martin and aired in October of 1977. Neither of us have  even watched Orphan Black.

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Episode 95: He Keeps His Fortress in His Mattress

I keep my mattress in my fortress but that’s personal preference.

This week Kiyan and Dylan are now in 0 A.N.H. (After New Hope). In the coming weeks [it’s unlikely that] they’ll discuss the effects of Star Wars on Doctor who. The serial this week is the first of season 15, The Horror of Fang Rock, written by Terrance Dicks and aired in September of 1977.

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Episode 94: Equal Opportunity Life Force Drainer

Weng-Chiang is in violation of the temporal employment act.

This week Kiyan and Dylan investigate a mysterious magician in the back alleys of London as they discuss Robert Holmes’ finale to season 14, The Talons of Weng-Chiang. It originally aired in February through April of 1977.

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Episode 93: Don’t Justify, Just Accept

Sometimes even accepting isn’t enough.

This week Kiyan and Dylan continue their Chris Boucher phase and explore his second serial in a row. That makes him just the second writer to write two consecutive serials, after Ian Stuart Black. The serial this week is The Robots of Death, aired in January and February of 1977.

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