Join Paul and Tim for some mischievous monkery as they review the last story of season two, “The Time Meddler”.
This episode they’re joined by Doctor Who author and missing episodes researcher Jon Preddle, the driving force behind www.broadwcast.org. After talking about his research in general, Jon provides fascinating and expert insight into the bicycling system used to distribute Doctor Who, the sales process and NZ censorship. We then see the tip of of his research iceberg into that most fruitful of countries for missing episodes, Nigeria, where "The Time Meddler" was found in the 1980s.
We're not a mountain goat, but we prefer podcasting to any day, so pop us on your anachronistic gramophone and give us a listen!
(And besides, we hate climbing.)
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This free podcast borrows snippets of music from “Marche, Les Structures Sonores” – Lasry Baschet and a bunch of monks singing Secundae Vesperae in Narivitate. There’s also a woeful homage to Carry on Camping. And yes, Tim does know that Talbot Rothwell didn’t write ALL of the Carry On Films… he got overexcited.