You know when the Doctor does something immensely clever to solve a problem? It’s one of the highlights of the series. But what about when things are a little more… lucky? Do you get the same satisfaction from Liz Shaw unplugging and plugging something in to save the Doctor from the Nestene Consciousness, or the Doctor finding that the monstrous-but-susceptible-to-sonics Professor Lazarus has hidden in a cathedral that just happens to have some very loud bells in it?
James McLean and Brian A Terranova discuss this and more…
Kasterborous PodKast Series 5 Episode 20 Shownotes
- Spearhead from Space
- The Lazarus Experiment
- Space: 1999
PodKast theme tune is by Russell Hugo.
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