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Episode 41: Healthy and Holistic

Blake’s 7 is an integral part of a healthy diet!

This week we run through another Ben Steed story. Which means that we’re gonna deal with a lot of sexism and misogyny. And since he actually wrote two good stories before this that means someone somewhere said “maybe we should just let him do whatever the hell he wants” and so we got this. Power. Written by Ben Steed and aired on October 5, 1981.


Show-notes:


9:54 I don’t see the resemblance.
52:01 Follow Sanden_Jurgen on Twitter.
55:10 The episode is A Taste of Armageddon.


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Episode 57: Too Many Paradoxes!

Great Scott! That many paradoxes could destroy the universe!

This week Kiyan and Dylan not only finish season 7, but also the tenure of Liz Shaw as de facto companion. They also wander into the alternate universe in Inferno, written by Don Houghton and aired in May and June of 1970.

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Episode 31: Examiner Who

The insanity of this serial is somewhat interesting, supposedly.

This week Kiyan and Dylan return with the first serial of the second doctor, The Power of the Daleks, also featuring the return of the Daleks. It was written by David Whitaker and it aired in November and December of 1966.

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