Trust Your Doctor

In this stunning podcast, two average guys try to get through as much Doctor Who as possible without going insane. Currently they’re mainlining their way through Classic Doctor Who. 800 episodes or bust, they say. And on the side, well. Books, Audio Dramas, Comics?!? Anything is possible! So in summary: They’re trying to see how much Doctor Who they can take before dying.

343: Like Getting Slapped With a Wet Sock (The Airzone Solution)

Ah, my favourite sensation.

So in the future, when we’re all wearing masks in order to stay alive, do you think we’ll look back on this movie as a warning? Probably not in al honestly, I think most people probably don’t even remember that it exists. I didn’t. And I wish to never again. See you all soon! It’s The Airzone Solution and released at some point in 1993.


Show-notes:
0:56: Here, for your very own viewing and enjoyment, the Warped Factor review that I read from.
5:44: Did you know that the ineffable Dough Liman directed Chaos Walking to the point of it being unreleasable?
11:58: Yep this takes place in 2091. Amazing.
14:47: Might as well just link to the wikipedia page for Bill and Ben Video.
25:27: Go and watch Soylent Green instead of The Airzone Solution, it’s way more interesting.
25:56: Watching The Airzone Solution feels like being held at gunpoint buy you’re bored.
31:51: How to stage faint, for all you budding actors out there.
51:30: “In chemistry, a solution is a special type of homogeneous mixture composed of two or more substances.” – Wikipedia User, 2???. The two components of a solution are a solute and solvent.
51:59: I went on AO3 and looked for “Airzone Solution”  and actually found one f*cking fan fiction about The Airzone Solution. And it was published in 2020! Creepily enough, Arnie gets slapped by Ellie in this… with a wet sock. *Twilight Zone theme plays*
1:13:06: Which Peter? Blue Peter.
1:18:44: Really, actually starting in 15 minutes from when you heard us say this.
1:20:50: Check out Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast, our classic sci-fi podcast. It’ll be running (at some point) while Trust Your Doctor’s on hiatus.
1:21:04: The 2038 problem needs some levity added to it. Please, people. Start joking about this just to take the edge off how much it’ll suck when we get there.
1:25:52: I’m not saying you can watch The Airzone Solution for yourself on Tubi, but I’m not not saying that either.
1:27:20: Blow up canon or whatever, thank god we don’t have to paste this article anymore. Pretty sure I have it memorized now.
1:31:23: This is a reference to Battlefield.


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Redux 14: Classic Who Ends with Furries ft Steven (Survival)

I can’t believe this, furries are canon.

Ah the end of two eras, almost if it weren’t for the last minute decision we made that makes this not the final episode before the hiatus. Instead we return with a shitty TV movie in a week. No not that TV movie. Not the one you’re thinking of. It’s a different one. One that’s actually shitty. Anyway before then, it’s Survival, written by Rona Munro and aired from November 22 to December 6, 1989.


Show-notes:
2:33 Here’s that episode on where Steven last appeared, From Out of the Rain.
5:44: Remember that time that canon said we should blow up Christopher Eccleston?
12:42: We turn here to the Tardis Wiki for information on Love and War.
15:10: Yes, The Curator really is in the next UNIT boxset.
21:15: This Ace Time Lord Arc would eventually be borne out in the audio Thin Ice, which was an adaptation of a script from the unmade Season 27.
23:55: The full title of the novel is “The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman”.
24:43: I am reading off the page for racism on the Tardis Wiki.
26:00: I highly recommend people check out The Art of Self-Defense, if only because it’s just hilarious.
29:12: The Goosebumps intro.
32:20: Wayne’s World Dot Gif
33:18: Here’s the link to the [redacted] wikipedia page where you can verify my facts.
33:59: And here’s Flings for all of our non-South African audience members.
35:37: I’m not gonna link any of this food because it’s all disgusting.
49:00: This is a subtle reference to the latest (as of right now) episode of Steven’s podcast Delayed Replay, which Dylan and I were on. We discussed The Matrix 4, a.k.a. M4TRIX, which is definitely out right now in May 2021 and not coming later.
48:55: Planet of the Apes is a semi autobiographical story about…
50:37: A Hath, a Hath, my kingdom for a Hath.
1:12:43: What the f*ck did you just say f*cking say about me?
1:17:51: Jordan Peele dot gif. Also check out Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast, our classic sci-fi podcast.
1:20:08: McCallum was a British crime drama TV show that has no sci-fi elements.
1:27:29: Yes we still have a blog, and if you never looked at it you personally are the reason that we haven’t updated it recently.
1:29:30: Find Steven and his stuff at:
His site
Amazon (his novel)
Delayed Replay podcast
Star Trek Culture podcast
Intergalactic Peace Coalition Podcast
Doc Holocron’s Youtube channel
University of Sussex Doctor Who Society
Kiyan and Dylan were recently on his Delayed Replay episode. We discussed The Matrix 4, a.k.a. M4TRIX
1:31:52: The podcast is called Yesshit, and you should go and check it out when it releases.


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Redux 13: Radically Unfair Trial (Timelash)

We’re beyond just regular unfair trials now.

Honestly in hindsight revisiting this was a mistake. This was a completely nonsense episode to revisit. And it wasn’t even good! Like it was just bad! And yet for some reason we say down like “yeah you know what episode I wanna revisit, Timelash.” Somebody get the TARDIS and slap past us. It’s Timelash, written by Glen McCoy and aired from March 2nd through 6th, 1985.


Show-notes:
0:15: I left it in.
0:45: Find out if we liked Timelash the first time by listening to our original episode.
2:55: We revisited Mindwarp before we started Torchwood.
5:00: The Airzone Solution. Stay tuned in the episode for where I (Dylan) somehow get convinced into watching this in two weeks time.
5:40: Here are some links to JB’s podcasts, namely Who 37 and Bat 77.
10:17: I (Kiyan) (re)read The Time Machine by H.G. Wells in the time since we recorded this episode and (re)found out that the morlocks are a reference to the something in the book.
15:28: We covered Dance of the Dead on our other podcast, Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
22:14: Check out Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast, our Blake’s 7 podcast.
32:31: Here’s our episode on Blake’s 7’s City at the Edge of the World. This was all the way back in 2018. Man. Time flies.
33:15: The TARDIS wiki summary really does call Tekker “sycophantic”.
53:24: Here are the blog posts as promised: Sexism in the Time Machine and Bibliophilia: HG Wells Doesn’t Play Nice. Feel free to make your own determination.
57:28: The Bandrils really did say “screw this” and just invaded everyone.
1:08:01: Can’t believe we’ve mentioned and linked this article reporting that Christopher Eccleston said Doctor Who needs to explode the canon for 5,000 weeks in a row now.


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Redux 12: PJ Hammond Would’ve Liked This Story (Enlightenment)

PJ Hammond is underrated.

Kind of like how certain Doctor Who stories are underrated. Like The Sensorites. Or Carnival of Monsters. Both stories. Both typically rated under stories that they, for whatever reason, outshine. Actually, I just made that up. I have no idea whether The Sensorites and Carnival of Monsters are generally beloved or not. Anyway, it’s Enlightenment, written by Barbara Clegg and aired from March 1st through 9th, 1983


Show-notes:
9:25: Matt Smith was the youngest actor to play the Doctor at the time of his debut.
11:55: I actually found a picture of the chess match in the story, and as it turns out Turlough is playing White and Tegan is playing Black.
18:50: Thankfully Wikipedia has a page explaining what “edutainment” is, and it sounds as corporate as the term itself.
19:33: Bill and Melinda Gates’ divorce is probably going to stay in the news cycle for a while as there are literally billions of dollars and an entire charitable foundation that all need to be sorted out.
20:02: The winner takes it all.
21:48: Poodlegate and that’s all I’ll say on it.
23:43: I couldn’t find any evidence that “doctor” meant “cook” on old ships.
29:51: As promised, our original episode on this was 131: Iron Chef Space.
39:47: I found a whole random little internet forum discussion about the pronunciation of wrath in different countries so that’s neat.
58:08: Time stands still. Thanks, Cambridge Dictionary.
57:54: We talked about Sapphire and Steel at length on our other podcast, Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
1:20:: Worry not dear listener, I have a link to the Ballad of the Last Chance Saloon right here.
1:27:27: Yeah we still have this blog thing. Hasn’t been updated in months but oh well.


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Redux 11: Choose Sarcasm (Genesis of the Daleks)

You don’t choose sarcasm on a daily basis?

You’re missing out. Kind of like how we’ve missed out for the last 2,100 days on releasing an episode covering Genesis of the Daleks. Why are there no Doctor Who podcasts that only cover Genesis of the Daleks? The world may never know. Anyway, this week it’s Genesis of the Daleks, written by Terry Nation and aired from March 8 to April 12, 1975.


Show-notes:
2:20: We did go out in blaze of glory on our Blake’s 7 podcast Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast, which you should check out if you like podcasts, Blake’s 7, or podcasts on Blake’s 7.
2:35: it’s a good point.
15:15: Iron cross
16:15: Adolf Eichmann was one of the military organizers of the “Final Solution”, i.e. the genocide of Jewish people in Germany. Josef Mengele was one of the top scientists in the Nazi regime, performing untold countless atrocities “in the name of science” on prisoners in concentration camps.
48:09: The script for Genesis of the Daleks was released in The Scripts: Tom Baker 1974/5. Weirdly enough it’s on Amazon.
48:42: Here’s the Chakoteya transcript for this episode, I guess.
53:47: The image for Death to the Daleks on the TARDIS wiki actually kind of looks like a fan render and photoshop which is baffling because normally the wiki picks pretty good representative images.
56:56: Genesis of the Remembrance is pretty funny actually, I didn’t believe it at first.
1:20:23: Check out Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
1:21:20: The American Sherlock Holmes tv series was from 1954.
1:23:2: Leicester is just one of those British words that is pronounced nothing like how it’s spelled. Like Worcestershire.
1:26:00: The Airzone Solution
1:28:10: Don’t worry, turns out we actually know exactly why Peter Gabriel left Genesis.


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Redux 10: Goings On that are Going On (The Daemons)

Better than going off, amirite?

Look one time the brig showed up at the bar I was at and asked for 5 rounds rapid. Now I thought he meant guns so I shot five glasses off the table. Bartender didn’t like that and made me pay for them. That’s all, that’s the whole story. Wasn’t really that exciting was it.  It’s The Daemons, written by “Guy Leopold” and aired fro May 22 to June 19, 1971


Show-notes:
0:54: The Whomobile first appeared in Invasion of the Dinosaurs whereas Bessie debuted in Doctor Who and the Silurians, so far earlier.
5:47: Here is the plot summary that I’m reading in this segment, on the IMDB page for White Witch of Devil’s End. To no one’s surprise the TARDIS wiki has a page dedicated to White Witch of Devil’s End. Turns out it was a Reeltime production and was not made for the season rereleases.
11:02: Artificial hills are a thing in Britain. The Journal of Antiquities has detailed descriptions of a few of them. I always thought these were related to vikings or something, but apparently they were made for various (sometimes unknown) purposes.
13:57: The last witchcraft act was only repealed in the UK in 1951. I have a question though, since the act that repealed said witchcraft act was itself repealed in 2008, does that mean the original act is back on the books?
14:50: The Civil Rights movement went deep into the 60’s and was still going on as America landed on the moon.
36:40: The 7th Doctor Dalek story was Remembrance of the Daleks, so I wasn’t even close.
37:05: Christopher Eccleston says that awe should blow up canon.
42:05: It’s Doctor Who Locations dot net, and believe it or not, it’s still up. It would seem that there was not any interior location filming done for this story, so it was likely a set.
46:48: Pretty sure Kiyan is reading the TARDIS wiki page but if you actually want to know what Beltane is  you should probably go to wikipedia.
56:04: You should watch the 2019 remake of Mission to the Unknown if you haven’t already. It’s pretty great.
1:00:14: If you don’t know the phrase “that activated my almonds,” here’s a neat little primer for you.
1:10:12 Check out our classic sci-fi podcast, Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.


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Redux 9: Future Flannel (Tomb of the Cybermen)

Future flannel > present flannel, prove me wrong.

So once upon a time I met this crazed archaeologist, his name was like Toberman or something. He took me to this tomb where he said there was a golden idol he wanted so he went in there and got it. There was this giant boulder and then I don’t really remember what happened next. It’s Tomb of the Cybermen, written by Kit Pedler and Gerry Davis and aired in September of 1967.


Show-notes:
1:47: Killer was not the one with IMIPAK it was the one with the plague. You know. Like the one we’re living through right now. Weapon was the one with IMIPAK.
3:42: Goodyear tire company, not to be confused with the Lightyear tire company.
5:08: I was thinking of Janley here.
8:03: I might’ve been thinking of Kemel here, but I barely remember what his role was in Evil of the Daleks.
14:50: Here, once again, is Christopher Eccleston saying that we should blow up canon.
15:25: Luckily there’s no such thing as canon.
17:12: Interestingly, the first time the TARDIS sound effect appears was actually An Unearthly Child, but curiously the TARDIS doesn’t make a noise in Keys of Marinus. The explanation for this is that takeoffs always had the sound effect and landings did not, at least until The Rescue, in Season 2.
18:29: Turns out when the UK says “we’ll get tariff free imports from the EU when we leave” they really meant “we only get tariff free imports from the EU when we’re in the EU lol pranked ya.”
27:35: Did ten seconds of research and found no information on when Doctor Who started to do more frequent retakes of scenes.
39:40: Behold, the Lytton Symphonic Suite.
43:45: According to TV Tropes, the password is always “Swordfish”.
57:45: Yes Patrick Troughton really did want to play the Doctor in blackface.
1:05:55: Check out Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast, our movie trilogy podcast.
1:07:05: Supermarionation is a really fun word to say actually.


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Redux 8: I For One Welcome Our New Morpho Overlords (The Keys of Marinus)

Well we all knew this would happen.

The morphos are taking over the podcast, I’m (not) sorry to say. Honestly they’re probaly here to stay as well, they’ve been treating us pretty nicely so far, and haven’t done anything to hurt us. At least, not yet anyway. Well hear what they have to say on this exciting installment of Trust Your Doctor. It’s The Keys of Marinus, written by Terry Nation and aired in April and May of 1964.


Show-notes:
1:22: The name of the patient at the mental hospital was Don Packard, and he played the Shopkeeper in Troll 2.
2:41: Our original episode on Keys of Marinus went out on February 16, 2014. You can check it out if you like.
5:50: You can find out first episode on Lexx over here at Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
8:59: The moon landing was actually broadcast in color, but only for missions after Apollo 11. So to break down the statement that people bought color TVs to watch the moon landing and were probably disappointed it was in black and white is probably true.
9:48: NASA has a neat little page about false color in Hubble Telescope images.
36:06: Some of you are probably desperately curious, so here, here’s deduction and grapes for you.
51:52: I’m pretty sure that the frozen whale blubber Kiyan is referring to here is Muktuk.
1:04:10: Kiyan seems to have forgotten about Raxacoricofallapatorius.
1:05:05: Here’s some information on The Big Lewbowski. And here’s some more information on The Dude.
1:07:35: The Tardis wiki actually has a page (to no one’s surprise, even though it’s a talk page) talking about Terry Nation and using variant’s of “Terr. Nt.” in his stories.
1:15:15: Couldn’t find a video of the town burning in A Fistful of Dollars, but here’s a random screncap of it, and you can always read about it on the Fistful of Dollars wikipedia page.
1:30:46: Be sure to check out Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast.


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342: M&Ms Exist (The Blood Line)

We’re not experienced M&Mologists, but we at least know that much.

I have a blood line, did you know that? It runs right through my arm. Look you can even see it sometimes, it’s blue and if you poke it this red liquid comes out. I only call it a blood line because that’s what everybody else calls it. I never really learned what it was in hindsight, so I’m glad Doctor Who and Torchwood are here to tell me. It’s The Blood Line, written by Russel T. Davies and Jane Espensen and aired on September 9, 2011.


Show-notes:
2:13: Here’s Rex Matheson: List of Appearances for everyone who actually cares.
4:49: Our first episode on Lexx will go out this coming week, over at Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
7:12: Wow I can’t believe I actually found the Doctor Who Fanon wiki again.
12:10: The only wiki you ever need is the TARDIS wiki. Like here’s what they have to say about Mandarin. And here’s what they have to say about Chinese Dialects.
18:00: Christopher Eccleston really did say that we should just “blow up canon” and I 100% agree with him.
35:00: Barbara really did kill 4 Morphos in cold blood in the Keys of Marinus
39:49: Believe it or not, the plot of Robocop 2 involves Omnicorp trying to bankrupt Detroit so that they can buy it and take over.
41:29: The M&M’s wiki has a page on the Green M&M. Today I learned there’s an M&M’s wiki.
46:28: Believe it or not I actually did find the book. It’s called Torch, Wood & Peasants: Adventures in British Sci Fi and was written by Si Spencer under the pseudonym Webley Wildfoot.
58:52: Hell or High Water is an amazing movie and you should all go watch it even though I just spoiled it.
1:03:40: I think it’s just called a circle transition.
1:03:58: The dumbest controversies of 2021 was the one where people were upset that they redesigned Lola Bunny in Space Jam 2.
1:06:58: Yes, “king me” is from checkers.
1:16:22: Eminem was a celebrity on Earth. Chris de Burgh was a celebrity on Earth.
1:19:01: Yes they’re reviving iCarly, I know.
1:22:48: Here’s that list for you again: Keys of Marinus, Tomb of the Cybermen, The Daemons, Genesis of the Daleks, Enlightenment, Timelash, Survival


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341: The Least Apocalyptic Apocalypse (The Gathering)

We are gathered here today to do a podcast.

Yes you heard that, we’re out here doing a podcast did you know that? We do it every week, you should subscribe! You can find us all over the internet it’s pretty great actually. Even on this very website, did you know that? It’s The Gathering, written by John Fay and aired on September 2, 2011.


Show-notes:
1:57: Avengers: Endgame surprised audiences everywhere by having a 5 year time skip, implying that for 5 years Earth’s mightiest heroes just kind of  lay there and took it.
6:25: I could really go for some Jubilee Pizza right about now. I haven’t had store bought pizza in ages.
12:42: I only found 49 fics with both Esther and Jack in them . It seems 14 of them pair them up romantically. I must commend this fic in particular for 1) the weirdly inspired Lois Habiba/Esther Drummond ship and 2) being 3 times the length of the longest thing I’ve ever written. In other news Esther/Rex seems to be a popular pairing, and also I hate how much time I spent on this.
13:58: Just go read Frankenstein so you can understand all of Kiyan’s references.
15:23: I was gonna make a joke about cosmology vs cosmetology, but people take this way too seriously apparently and write whole articles about the two.
27:55: Check out Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast if you want to listen to us do what we’re doing here but for other shows. Like The Prisoner. Or The Prisoner (2009).
36:38: Harry Bosco is not a real process, and yes the first result on google is the Tardis wiki page for Harry Bosco.
37:44: People get into arguments over which translation is the best, for some reason. This is actually a bigger problem for the Bible more than anything.
38:30: I couldn’t find the exact quote by Murakami, but I did find this fascinating New Yorker Article about his works and the difference between Japanese and English translations of Japanese works.
45:02: The real antipode of Shangai is Los Charrúas. You can see the top ten closest cities/towns to the exact antipode here. (Editor’s note: They talk about this in the next episode.)
46:00: Ф
51:33: Winnie the Pooh ranks among the most profitable media franchises ever.
51:20: Yes, the soviet Winnie the Pooh movies really do exist, this wasn’t a joke.
52:45: Here’s that article on how much money Winnie the Pooh generates.
53:34: Here’s a list of highest grossing franchises where Kiyan is getting his numbers from.
53:48: Pokemon Jet.
54:58: Industry standard for a physics PhD is only 6 figures though.
57:38: Ego the Living Planet is actually in Guardians of the Galaxy 2, if you can believe it.
59:50: M’tower *tips hat*
1:00:09: Yeah the Eiffel Tower was never meant to be permanent, sorry to disappoint folks.
1:00:50: Smithsonian has a brief history of the Ferris Wheel and its relation to the Eiffel Tower.
1:08:23: Tardis wiki to the rescue! Knibbs!
1:09:47: Check out our movie trilogy podcast, Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast, if you want to listen to us talk about timeless classic cinematic masterpieces like Beverly Hills Chihuahua (which the episode for isn’t out yet, but we also watch other timeless classics like Troll 2).


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