So what was the resolution of the cliffhanger at the end of the last podcast where Al and The Rev seemed to have fallen victim to a paranormal attack at the Devil’s Hump dig? Well, we’re following the “Timelash” theory of explaining plot resolutions and not telling you. There is an elaborate and scary explanation and we’ll explain it one day if we receive enough of a public demand.

Instead the slate is wiped clean as the Three Who Drool end their tour of Doctor Who drinking establishments and attend the glittering showbiz event which is the grand opening of “The Whoseum”. Each of the Diddly Dumbers presents to the museum a special Who-related item.

Listen in as they ooh and aah in ecstasy over the memories these items hold for them of Doctor Who. Hear The Rev reveal his musical tastes, Al his predeliction for pregnant pauses and Doc demonstrate a cardboard box he made earlier.

Direct Download Link: DDPC011 – The Whoseum

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SHOW NOTES

The Blackpool Doctor Who Exhibition

Morecambe and Wise (here) and (here)

I Am The Doctor

John Smith and the Common Men (here) and (here)

Doctor Who by Jeff Love

The Earthlings – Landing of the Daleks

Beethoven’s Fifth – BBC – V for Victory

Millenium Effects website

The Human League – Tom Baker

The Ran-Dells – The Martian Hop

A Mars a Day…

The Vital Oolong

The Doc as a young Dalek

Raleigh Chopper bike

Ray Cusick

Ray Cusick Signature collection

Georgian dancers inspiring Dalek gliding movements

Georgii Krutikov (here) and (here)

The Chigley Six o’Clock Whistle

Doctor in Distress

The Imagined Village – Empire & Love – ‘Space Girl’ (full animation)

Space Unicorn – Parry Gripp and Brianne Drouhard

Honey to the Bee – Billie Piper

The Beatles – I Am the Walrus

The Horror Channel’s animated Doctor Who advert

Peter Capaldi and Craig Ferguson in their punk band

The Diddly Dum podcast thanks anyone we’ve pinched stuff from and respects the copyright of etc etc.

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