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.

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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