Audio 22: Chekhov’s Firebomb (The Fearmonger)

Ever stop and wonder what your biggest fears in life are? Probably, but what about whether you yourself are someone or something’s biggest fear? Whether you yourself are stirring a pot of of warm, bubbly fear without even knowing it? Whether you may be called a true fearmonger, which, coincidentally, is the name of the audio we’re covering this week. It’s, once again, The Fearmonger written by Jonathon Blum and released on February 4, 2000.

0:47: Big Finish dot com back in the 90s. Not owned by whom we currently know as Big Finish. Probably.
3:20: Good news, the show-notes guy is here to give you a link to The Timescales for The Fearmonger.
11:45: In case you haven’t heard, or have and just forgot or something, Ace is returning in the third and final Whittaker special special, alongside who other than Tegan. I would say that this is a pretty ace move on behalf of Chris Chibnall, but only Ace says “ace” with that usage, so I’ll just say it’s kind of neat.
18:30: Here’s the cover of The Fearmonger for you to get into the mood while listening to the podcast.
24:30: Department C19 was a major player in the books, apparently.
27:47: If you for some inexplicable reason want to hear us talk more about Jacqueline Pearce, and Paul Darrow for that matter, check out Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast, our Blake’s 7 podcast.
45:30: For all the masochists out there.
1:14:56: Soccer City is… a thing.
1:17:20: Here’s the post in text form too.
1:22:45 Something something Eccleston… something something explode…

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