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20th Jan '16 1:38:39 AM tenryufan
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* NamesTheSame: "N-Space" here isn't related to the use of "N-Space" (meaning our Universe) in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS18E5WarriorsGate the E-Space trilogy]].
28th Sep '15 11:46:17 AM moloch
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* SuddenlyEthnicity: TheBrigadier is one eighth Italian, seven eighths Scottish.

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* SuddenlyEthnicity: TheBrigadier is one eighth Italian, seven eighths Scottish.Scottish (a combination not all that uncommon or implausible. Perhaps the most relevant Italian Scot to ''Doctor Who'' would be... Creator/PeterCapaldi.)
8th Jul '15 6:46:09 AM Solle
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Both episodes were novelised by their author. A third episode was planned, but cancelled due to Creator/JonPertwee's ActorExistenceFailure. However, a third story (recorded in 1974) with the title "Glorious Goodwood" does exist, which is ten minutes long -- and was kept hidden in the BBC archives until 2005.

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Both episodes were novelised by their author. A third episode was planned, but cancelled due to Creator/JonPertwee's ActorExistenceFailure. However, a third short story (recorded in 1974) with the title "Glorious Goodwood" does exist, which is ten minutes long -- and was kept hidden in the BBC archives until 2005.
8th Jul '15 6:45:31 AM Solle
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The first episode, "Radio/TheParadiseOfDeath", sees UNIT investigating a theme park which seems to have actual alien monsters on display. The plot eventually takes the gang to an alien world where a single source of food and energy has plunged its population into apathy. BreadAndCircuses and VirtualReality (and combinations of the two) have replaced all entertainment, and the Doctor has some very nasty suspicions as to where the fertiliser for the universal food source comes from. Team TARDIS joins up with LaResistance to liberate the planet and overthrow the MegaCorp. The episode takes place after [[Recap/DoctorWhoS11E1TheTimeWarrior "The Time Warrior"]].

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The first episode, "Radio/TheParadiseOfDeath", sees UNIT investigating a theme park which seems to have actual alien monsters on display. The plot eventually takes the gang to an alien world where a single source of food and energy has plunged its population into apathy. BreadAndCircuses and VirtualReality (and combinations of the two) have replaced all entertainment, and the Doctor has some very nasty suspicions as to where the fertiliser for the universal food source comes from. Team TARDIS joins up with LaResistance to liberate the planet and overthrow the MegaCorp. MegaCorp The episode takes place after [[Recap/DoctorWhoS11E1TheTimeWarrior "The Time Warrior"]].
7th Apr '15 10:02:53 AM nombretomado
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In 1993 and 1994, two BBC radio plays were produced for ''DoctorWho'', starring the Third Doctor, TheBrigadier and Sarah Jane Smith. Joining team TARDIS in both stories is a new character named Jeremy Fitzoliver, Sarah Jane's ditzy coworker.

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In 1993 and 1994, two BBC radio plays were produced for ''DoctorWho'', ''Series/DoctorWho'', starring the Third Doctor, TheBrigadier and Sarah Jane Smith. Joining team TARDIS in both stories is a new character named Jeremy Fitzoliver, Sarah Jane's ditzy coworker.
2nd Mar '15 8:26:51 PM jormis29
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The first episode, "The Paradise Of Death", sees UNIT investigating a theme park which seems to have actual alien monsters on display. The plot eventually takes the gang to an alien world where a single source of food and energy has plunged its population into apathy. BreadAndCircuses and VirtualReality (and combinations of the two) have replaced all entertainment, and the Doctor has some very nasty suspicions as to where the fertiliser for the universal food source comes from. Team TARDIS joins up with LaResistance to liberate the planet and overthrow the MegaCorp. The episode takes place after [[Recap/DoctorWhoS11E1TheTimeWarrior "The Time Warrior"]].

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The first episode, "The Paradise Of Death", "Radio/TheParadiseOfDeath", sees UNIT investigating a theme park which seems to have actual alien monsters on display. The plot eventually takes the gang to an alien world where a single source of food and energy has plunged its population into apathy. BreadAndCircuses and VirtualReality (and combinations of the two) have replaced all entertainment, and the Doctor has some very nasty suspicions as to where the fertiliser for the universal food source comes from. Team TARDIS joins up with LaResistance to liberate the planet and overthrow the MegaCorp. The episode takes place after [[Recap/DoctorWhoS11E1TheTimeWarrior "The Time Warrior"]].
21st Aug '14 10:30:04 AM Willbyr
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* BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy: Apparently, HieronymusBosch' paintings look ''exactly'' like N-Space, and the Doctor realises that Bosch must have visited the place.

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* BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy: Apparently, HieronymusBosch' Creator/HieronymusBosch' paintings look ''exactly'' like N-Space, and the Doctor realises that Bosch must have visited the place.
7th Aug '14 6:40:51 AM Solle
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Both episodes were novelised by their author. A third episode was planned, but cancelled due to Creator/JonPertwee's ActorExistenceFailure. However a third story (recorded in 1974) with the title "Glorious Goodwood" does exist, which is ten minutes long -- and was kept hidden in the BBC archives until 2005.

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Both episodes were novelised by their author. A third episode was planned, but cancelled due to Creator/JonPertwee's ActorExistenceFailure. However However, a third story (recorded in 1974) with the title "Glorious Goodwood" does exist, which is ten minutes long -- and was kept hidden in the BBC archives until 2005.
7th Aug '14 6:40:37 AM Solle
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Both episodes were novelised by their author. A third episode was planned, but cancelled due to Creator/JonPertwee's ActorExistenceFailure. However, in 1974, a third story was recorded with the title "Glorious Goodwood", which is ten minutes long -- and was kept hidden in the BBC archives until 2005.

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Both episodes were novelised by their author. A third episode was planned, but cancelled due to Creator/JonPertwee's ActorExistenceFailure. However, in 1974, However a third story was recorded (recorded in 1974) with the title "Glorious Goodwood", Goodwood" does exist, which is ten minutes long -- and was kept hidden in the BBC archives until 2005.
7th Aug '14 6:39:26 AM Solle
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In 1993 and 1994, two BBC radio plays were produced for ''DoctorWho'', starring the Third Doctor, TheBrigadier and Sarah Jane Smith. Joining team TARDIS in both stories is a new character named Jeremy Fitzoliver, Sarah Jane's ditzy coworker. In 1974, a third story was recorded with the title "Glorious Goodwood", which is ten minutes long -- and was kept hidden in the BBC archives until 2005.

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In 1993 and 1994, two BBC radio plays were produced for ''DoctorWho'', starring the Third Doctor, TheBrigadier and Sarah Jane Smith. Joining team TARDIS in both stories is a new character named Jeremy Fitzoliver, Sarah Jane's ditzy coworker. In 1974, a third story was recorded with the title "Glorious Goodwood", which is ten minutes long -- and was kept hidden in the BBC archives until 2005.



Both episodes were novelised by their author. A third episode was planned, but cancelled due to Creator/JonPertwee's ActorExistenceFailure. However, a 10-minute special, "Glorious Goodwood", was eventually recorded to promote the Goodwood racing track.

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Both episodes were novelised by their author. A third episode was planned, but cancelled due to Creator/JonPertwee's ActorExistenceFailure. However, in 1974, a 10-minute special, third story was recorded with the title "Glorious Goodwood", which is ten minutes long -- and was eventually recorded to promote kept hidden in the Goodwood racing track.BBC archives until 2005.
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