A little shorter of an episode than usual for me, but also one a bit on the political side of things this time around (yet again — though hopefully this won’t be a usual thing), here is my belated episode discussion of the recent Mark Gatiss story, ‘Sleep No More’.
Inside you’ll find some happy Jessica Jones gushing, some allusions to ancient rad vs. trad fandom debates, chat about transphobic microaggressions and internalized prejudice, and a wee bit of roller derby squeeing thrown in for good measure.
So, anyway, I hope you all will join me for my review and episode discussion. And, as always, glad to have you all aboard. Enjoy the ride!
Episode 16 – Sleepyheads: Sleep No More
Table of Contents:
0:00:00 – Opening and Welcome
0:02:15 – Happy Fandom Time
0:09.10 – Discussion of “Sleep No More”
0:25:38 – Coming Soon on the Next Episode! (Plus Goodbye, Thanks, and Outro!)
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+ Music Theme: ‘Violin Doctor Who Theme’ by ViolinistBAKA (on YouTube)
Fun Links Related to the Show:
+ Jessica Jones TV Series with David Tennant (IMDB link)
+ David Tennant Huffington Post Live Interview with Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani (NSFW?)
+ David Tennant and the #NeverOk Campaign
+ Tenth Doctor and Donna Big Finish Preview Clip (from ‘Time Reaver’)
+ Bethany Black Roller Derby Article
+ Bethany Black as 474 (from doctorwhowatch.com)
+ ‘A History of Horror with Mark Gatiss‘ (on Youtube!)
BE SURE TO CHECK THE TERMINUS AMAZON A-STORE FOR WHERE TO BUY OTHER THINGS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE!
Opening audio clips from the Fifth Doctor serial ‘Terminus’ and the Tenth Doctor serial ‘The Shakespeare Code’, copyright BBC. The female robot voice was from ‘2nd Speech Center’ text-to-voice software. ‘Doctor Who’ theme was by ViolinistBAKA, link provided above.