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The End…?

It’s really here. The end of the first era of Trust Your Doctor. Stay tuned to find out if the show regenerates just as the Doctor does.

To peel back the curtain just a touch, it’s normally me (Dylan) who writes these descriptions. I don’t know really what to say so instead I’ll quote Brian May at Wembley: “I don’t have very much to say, so thank you very much for coming […] you’re great. We love ya.”

As Dylan just wrote in the above paragraph, I (Kiyan) don’t typically contribute to these intros, so I’m not exactly sure what to say either. But as Fall Out Boy once said, “Thnks fr the mmrs.”


Show-notes:
2:55: For one final time, check out our Blake’s 7 podcast Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast.
13:47: Here’s a good blog post on “the Kurosawa method.”
16:00: Check it our supremely unsuccessful movie trilogy podcast Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast. Or don’t. I can’t control what you do.
19:07: Funhaus is actually still really funny, and I’d recommend them if you’re looking for lets players. I just don’t watch them regularly anymore.
30:15: You can read my (Dylan’s) 2021 NanoWrimo Novel “Psychic” over at my website.
37:22: Here, I’ll link straight to our video episode for you. Amazingly it has almost 350 views. (I (Kiyan) am absolutely not going to click this. Don’t even want to see one second of it. lol.)
43:00: The old logo is actually not on the website, so here it is.
43:45: Check out Dylan’s write-ups about the original Prisoner video game, the first of which you can find here.
49:35: That fan fiction reading is still up on our feed, so be sure to check that out. (Will not be linked here. Lel. -Kiyan)
1:35:30: Around 2:25 in this clip. The scene keeps a number of actors and props lucid despite the camerawork.
1:27:30: Our segment on Blue Box Podcast was on Doctor in Distress. You can hear it on that episode at the timestamp ~ 3:27:17
2:05:30: I’ll just link to the Last of the Gadarene episode for you.


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352: Really Say Goodbye (The Power of the Doctor)

This week we return to the podcast that kicked off everything. It’s the moment that started everything, Trust Your Doctor, coming back for its triumphant…. death. It’s the beginning of the end but the moment has been prepared for, but only as far as we usually prepare on Decorative Vegetable podcasts. It’s The Power of the Doctor, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on October 23, 2022


Show-notes:
0:54 The Monoids appeared in The Ark.
1:58: We watched classic sci-horror series Children of the Stones on Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast, a classic sci-fi podcast that you should check out if you’re looking for a classic sci-fi podcast, like classic sci-fi, and/or like podcasts.
2:05: Check out fellow Doctor Who podcasts Krynoid Podcast and Flight Through Entirety. You’ll be glad you did.
6:25: If this is your first time hearing that Doctor Who is going to be a coproduction with Disney+, then I’m so sorry.
29:17: The Cyberium was introduced in The Haunting of Villa Diotati. The bulk of our show-notes on this show are links to the TARDIS wiki lol.
37:00: The King’s Man didn’t feature Ra Ra Rasputin… I was very sad.
49:52: Tom Baker is 88 years old. You can see him looking quite frail in this interview from a year ago.
52:23: I tried so hard and got so far, but in the end it doesn’t even matter.
1:10:40: We actually did go back and rewatch this 1 minute segment and The Master really did just control the Qurunx, somehow.
1:15:0: Check out this picture for yourself… at the TARDIS wiki.
1:48:36: His name was Tosin Cole, and we should be ashamed for forgetting. (editor’s note: I mean I looked it up like one minute after this…)


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UFO 26: The Long Sleep ft. Steven Shinder

Speaking of long sleeps, it’s time for the podcast to rest.

I need a long sleep right now to be honest. I caught a cold a day after recording this and my brain is in so much pain right now it’s insane. About ready to pass out right now but I’m waiting for the episode to upload. The things I do for the fans. It’s The Long Sleep, written by David Tomblin and aired on August 7, 1971.


Show-notes:
1:35: Check out our longest-running podcast, Trust Your Doctor: A Doctor Who Podcast.
2:15: Check out our most middling podcast, Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast.
8:30: Cyril Schaps was an actor with a rather distinctive look.
31:52: I don’t even know what Steven said, so good luck Kiyan. (Editor’s note: He said “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida,” which is apparently a song and not an expletive. I can’t verify whether it really sounded like this because I could only listen to about 10 seconds of this before my ears started to bleed.)
35:15: Some AI won an art contest and people got pissed. I’m just here for the schadenfreude.
54:42: This six deadliest earthquakes since 1950 according to Britannica.

Here’s links to all of Steven’s stuff:

Socials:
Yesshift:
IPC:

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UFO 25: The Responsibility Seat

You could argue that I (Dylan) have the responsibility seat, since I edit these shows every week.

I actually recently adjusted my chair and have massively improved my seating arrangement. My arms can rest a little more naturally on the table now, instead of feeling like they’re at my shoulders all the time. It’s so much easier to type and just do things in general at my desk. It’s The Responsibility Seat, written by Tony Barwick and aired on July 31, 1971.


Show-notes:
19:45: We’re about to talk about Ayshea pretty extensively, so I’ll just preemptively link her Wikipedia page, as well as the wikipedia page for her television show, Lift Off with Ayshea. To add insult to injury, I guess, if this random guy is anything to go by we’ve been saying her name wrong for 25 weeks. It’s “Ay-shah”.
21:50: Teaboo is a slang term for someone obsessed with British culture.
30:35: Why is the GCHQ so generically named? The world may never know.
40:29: Who Dares Wins, therefore who wins dares.
1:01:14: Check out Trust Your Doctor: A Doctor Who Podcast, our Doctor Who podcast. There’s only like one episode left of it at time of writing lol.
1:07:24: We didn’t discuss this on air, but yes, the plans to review the UFO audio are most likely scrapped, unless Kiyan changes his mind for some reason.
1:11:19: Listen to our friends over at Flight Through Entirety at their website.


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UFO 24: Reflections in the Water

The past few days I’ve spent a lot of time contemplating life, staring at my reflection.

I used to have a fish pond at my parents house. It was filled with Koi. They used to stay pretty small since it was a small pond, and they’d eat the algae at the bottom. Sadly most of them are dead now, because of a stork that kept coming through and eating them. It’s Reflections in the Water, written by David Tomblin and aired on July 24, 1971.


Show-notes:
9:43: This little piece of trivia comes directly from the Gerry Anderson wiki page on Reflections in the Water.
19:00: The fact that this is the last episode broadcast somehow seems remarkably prescient given the announcement at the end of our episode. (Editor’s note: *shrieking emoji*)
24:56: We revisited Keys of Marinus at one point, and you should go and check it out.
25:11: I genuinely don’t know which Blake’s 7 episode Kiyan is talking about. I mean, I remember it, I just don’t remember the name at all. (Editor’s note: I’m pretty sure it was Dawn of the Gods. Also, check out our Blake’s 7 podcast, Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast.)
38:00: I’ll let Kiyan link this one. Gotta give him something to do. (Editor’s note: here it is, Jaden’s legendary tweet. One for the ages if we’re being honest.)
43:40: Check out our Doctor Who podcast, Trust Your Doctor: A Doctor Who Podcast. While it lasts.
45:21: Dylan commentary: I’m emotional just editing this episode and I’ve gotta do this another four more times still. (Editor’s note: buckle up.)

 


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UFO 23: Sound of Silence

The real sound of silence is how crappy Kiyan’s audio is this week.

Something something I could make a song reference here but it just seems too easy so why would I do that? Instead I’m just going to ramble at length about literally nothing. Just kidding, I won’t do that. Instead I’ll just end this description here. It’s The Sound of Silence written by David Lane and Bob Bell and aired on July 17, 1971.


Show-notes:
14:10:
Based on these pictures of collies, it probably was a collie.
19:59: For more on Blake’s 7, check out our Blake’s 7 podcast, Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast.
21:12: The Box of Delights was an adptation of a fantasy novel, so it makes sense Kiyan would watch it. (Editor’s note: What, why?) Also, join me in the reignition of my PTSD with the outro theme and credits from Come Back Mrs Noah.
24:50:
The site is actually called “does the dog die?” and it has way more than just whether or not the dog dies.
30:28: Don’t it.
52:46: Star Maidens is a British-German science-fiction show…


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UFO 22: Confetti Check A-OK

The More Things Change, The More They Come in Clutch.

When I have parties at the airport they always make me do a confetti check when I leave. It’s required! I have to go through the metal detector, then the wand, then an x-ray machine, then an air blower, then a magnet… look it’s a whole process to get all the confetti out. Don’t even ask why it’s necessary because I don’t know. It’s Confetti Check A-OK written by Tony Barwick and aired on July 10, 1971.


Show-notes:
25:23: Don’t worry the Gerry Anderson wiki is here with everything you want to know (and more) about Henderson.
30:31: Why do we hear our own voices deeper? CNN has all the answers.
53:12: Something something Stranger Things affects our music taste.
56:30: I didn’t even bother to find the tweet I was talking about.
1:03:20: According to Libsyn we have 91 episodes of Inevitable (if you include this one). Also I said Children of the Stones when I meant Childhood’s End.


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UFO 21: Computer-Affair

I had an affair with a computer once. (Editor’s note: Her (2013))

It was a long time ago. Back when computers were curvy and that was attractive. She was a big hulking room sized machine. A Cray-1. Man the curves on that thing. Just knew how to turn me on in all the right ways. It’s Computer Affair written by Tony Barwick and aired on April 28, 1971.


Show-notes:
0:12:
My (Dylan’s) voice sounds like I lost my bass frequencies this week (Editor’s note: sounds the same to me). I think it’s because of the box fan I had running (see show-note at 7:48). We used to do test recordings, remember when we used to do that? (Editor’s note: I do now.)
7:48: We’re currently going through one of the worst heat waves of all time here in California, right after the UK got the same thing.
30:03: Blackbird singing in the dead of night….
48:27: Here’s a picture of Lt. Ellis at the end of the episode for you to decide for yourself how differently she looks.
55:25: Cmon man, you were the one who posited The Prisoner as the first meta video game ever made.
58:50: I’ll just list every Blake’s 7 podcast I know of here, cause why not:
Zenith (us)
Spacefall (idk whether hipcast is an official thing for them, or just one of those rogue podcast upload sites, but I didn’t want to link Apple Podcasts)
Straight Outta the Federation
Maximum Power
The Mutoid Podcast
Blake’s 7 in Character
Classically Awful


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UFO 20: Court Martial

I’m an expert on Court Martials.

Look I was just kidding with that by-line. I don’t know anything about court martials actually, all I know is that they’re basically just military trials. I have as little contact with the military as possible in all honesty, although… nah I won’t say anything more. It’s Court Martial, written by Tony Barwick and aired on April 21, 1971.


Show-notes:
0:44: Ron Appleton Knives, definitely illegal where we are. These are some pretty sick knives actually. Some ill blades, you might say.
5:47 I don’t know who’s buying all this UFO merch, but here it is anyway, at shop dot gerryanderson dot com.
6:22: Space:1999 is up on ShoutFactory, for all you shoutheads (that’s what shoutfactory fans are called (just kidding I just made it up (or did I?)))
7:50: If you want to hear us talk about Doctor Who, check out our Doctor Who podcast, Trust Your Doctor: A Doctor Who Podcast. You can even listen to us talk about Doctor Who for like 2 weeks straight if you want. We have enough content to do that, and I know you have enough free time.
27:35: Have you betrayed us? Have you betrayed me? (This was the best youtube upload of this I could find, sorry)
1:01:46 Or was it all a bit?


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UFO 19: Ordeal

Recording this episode was an Ordeal.

I’ve survived loads of ordeals though. This one was pretty trivial compared to some of the ordeals I’ve been through in my life. There was that time I got held up at a red light when I really needed to pee. Now that was what I call a true ordeal. It’s Ordeal, written by Tony Barwick and aired on April 14, 1971.


Show-notes:
6:11: For “once” we’re trusting Wikipedia over all other sources for this information.
9:18: Apple was the Beatles’ record company. The Beatles were notoriously protective of their image, so it was difficult to license music from them for use in TV or movies. (Allegedly) all the estates involved in the Beatles (Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Olivia Harrison and Yoko Ono) need to sign off on your usage. Here’s a report with some of this information when their music was used in Mad Men.
10:59: You can watch UFO for free. With ads. Very easily. In fact, here’s this episode.
17:22: Gotcha. Also check out our Blake’s 7 podcast, Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast.
27:11: For the 5 millionth week, here’s the shado library timeline.
35:00: I guess since Nope is based on Evangelion and that’s based on this, Nope is basically UFO’s grandchild.
43:30: Yeah so the closest thing I could find to this was postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, which isn’t as severe. So yeah idk, and I’m too lazy to keep searching, so this is the best you’re getting.
54:02: Found a video of the Lucky Luke video game for you to relive my childhood with me.
56:07: How many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie pop? Also, I’m guessing this is the Cadbury ad Gary Myers was in. Very Prisoneresque in a way.
57:38: Lmao, as if I was going to be not lazy enough to look this up.


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