Tag Archives: Marc Platt

Episode 160: Soupified

Stupefy!

Halfway through the final season wow. This week we’re back with possibly the most confusing story ever broadcast in the history of television. I promise. It’s Ghost Light, written by Marc Platt, aired October of 1989.


Show-notes:


5:07 Yeah, apparently they used a real house just for the exterior and apparently the observatory was added in post production.
13:37 Well searching “round mini shades” only brought up pictures of lampshades and searching “round mini glasses” brought up pictures of drinking glasses. My google fu is weak. Oh well.
17:35 There were a bunch of guys who researched these moths, but one of the first was someone named JW Tutt. Here’s a random journal article about him. The J didn’t stand for Josiah by the way.
21:19 Meh. Too lazy to read all of this. So maybe. You tell me.
24:04 It’s actually a big slug thing from Star Wars. Oh, sorry that’s Jabba. Java is an island in Indonesia.
37:21 According to a text from Dylan, she had nine heirs. See here for more details.
37:28 He was.

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Audio Drama Ep. 3: The Holy Hiatus Trinity

In the name of Find and Replace, Echoes of Grey, and Quinnis. Amen.

Welcome to 2016, Trust Your Doctor fans! An entire new year for you to anticipate episodes! Coming up soon: our two year anniversary episode! But until then, listen in as Kiyan and Dylan explain the audio drama Quinnis, starring the First Doctor and Susan. It was written by Marc Platt and released in December of 2010. You can purchase it on Big Finish’s website for $8 on download and roughly $14 on CD.

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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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