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Episode 34: My Day is Ruined and My Disappointment is Immeasurable

The only thing that could possibly improve my mood is watching Blake’s 7.

We are quickly moving towards the end of this podcast. Can you believe it? Zenith will end at some point, it will actually be the first of our podcasts to end. Brilliant! Wait, no. Also, did you know, the title of this story and the quote in it are from Mark Twain? “The reports of my death was an exaggeration.” Which often gets misquoted as “The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.” It’s Rumors of Death, written by Chris Boucher and aired on February 25, 1980.


Show-notes:


12:44 Something tells me he’s the senate.
14:27 Not the new, good Ocean’s 11. The old, bad one.
16:38 I know you want to wash down these creme de menthe frosting brownies with a nice swig of amarula.
58:04 NASA first became NASA in 1958.
58:27 Example of a P-59.
58:45 BAM. It’s called a “gothic delta.” Thank me later for that juicy bit of info.
59:54 Launching the Pilot does review pilots and first episodes. Here’s their Podbean page.


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The Blake’s 7 title music was originally composed by Dudley Simpson.

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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 41: Disused Yeti

What’s that? Disused confetti?

This week Kiyan and Dylan discover what it truly means to be impersonated. And if you’re Dylan, what it truly means to watch classic who episodes twice. All of this and more, featuring The Enemy of the World, written by David Whitaker and aired in December of 1967 and January of 1968.

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Episode 8: Dinosaurs Don’t Make Good Enemies

And so ends season 1.

Kiyan and Dylan watch the final serial of season 1, The Reign of Terror, which was written by Dennis Spooner and aired in  August and September of 1964. They then take a short look back upon season 1 and The Doctor, Ian, Barbara and Susan. They then make an on the spot decision to watch An Adventure in Space and Time next week.

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