Audio 20: Blended Seaweed (Whispers of Terror)

Just drop that seaweed in the blender and blend it right up. Yum.

Did you hear that? That noise. The one just behind you. The one that kind of sounded like a door opening. Nah, never mind, it probably wasn’t important. Probably just the wind. It’s Whispers of Terror, written by Justin Richards and released in November, 1999.

0:37: Ironically, Kiyan’s specificity ended at not including the actual date of release, since it appears nobody really knows what it is.
3:45: According to the Doctor Who Podcast Alliance, the total sum of our audio output is actually 22 days.
6:18: Considering the rather blistering intro paragraph of this 2008 academic paper, it’s probably not true that indigenous Tasmanians forgot how to make fire. Unless this paper is wrong idk.
7:20: Brace yourself, I’m about to mispronounce Ncuti Gatwa‘s name.
9:00: Yeah, guess I just decided to immortalize my mistake for all eternity. Nice.
13:03: Some excerpts of the interview appear on DailyMail. Here’s the relevant part: “‘It was talent. He was the very last one, we thought we had someone and then in he came in and stole it,’ Davies said.”
35:32: Someone made a compilation of all the times Mel screamed, so you can enjoy that if you like.
36:27: Witness the atrocity known as laverbread. I’ve never tried it, so you know what, hey, it might be good.
1:05:42: It’s called Ghost in the Machine, and we’ve released an episode on it here.
52:27: Here’s what looked like in 1999. Something tells me the Big Finish we know and love today weren’t the owners of the domain back then.
1:00:26: The dog in question. And on fire.
1:06:28: Here are our episodes on Ghost in the Machine and Sleep no More if you’re interested.We’ve also released an episode on Sleep No More.
1:06:32: I have no idea which story I’m talking about here. I couldn’t find it.
1:08:50: Here’s The Time Scales by the way.
1:12:20: Good news, you don’t need to navigate Twitter’s god awful interface because I’ve done it for you.
1:15:20: Listen to Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast on your favourite podcast catcher.
1:20:00: Behold the rabbit hole of WeatherNewFans.
1:23:39: I had no idea how right I truly was…

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The Doctor Who title music was originally composed by Ron Grainer. The version used in this episode was arranged by Delia Derbyshire.

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