bfi-4This week, the opening “what have we been doing since last time” section takes longer than the main theme section. That’s what happens when all four members of The Six Faces of Delusion discover a social life.

Before we tackle the first four episodes of “Class”, Allan attends the unveiling of Jon Pertwee’s blue plaque and meets a shedload of celebrities. Mark visits Dungeness Power Station (a.k.a. The Nuton Power Complex from “Claws of Axos”) before coming face to face with dinosaurs which never existed. Doc and Hayden attend the premier of the animated “Power of the Daleks” at the British Film Institute and hide from a roomful of uber-fans while the celebrities hide in the green room.

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(00:04:22) Polarity Day – On 23rd Oct 2016, the Doctor Who Appreciation Society unveiled a blue plaque celebrating Jon Pertwee at the New Wimbledon Theatre.

(00:20:06) The Infinite Monkey Cage (Space Tourism) – Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by Brian Blessed.

(00:22:40) Our own Mark giving Chris Achilleos a run for his money at Wingham Wildlife Park.

(00:24:49) The Crystal Palace Dinosaurs, also known as Dinosaur Court, are a series of sculptures of extinct animals (including dinosaurs) and mammals in Crystal Palace Park. Commissioned in 1852 to accompany the Crystal Palace after its move from the Great Exhibition in Hyde Park and unveiled in 1854, they were the first dinosaur sculptures in the world, pre-dating the publication of Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species by six years. This was the scene of a photoshoot with Carole Ann Ford in the Radio Times 10th Anniversary Special.

(01:06:50) Miles Northcott’s troupe present “Doctor Who’s Line Is It Anyway?” podcast. The podcast blog can be found here. Their Facebook page can be found here. Their Twitter account can be found here.

(01:40:35) The Two Ronnies as Moira and Ken.

(01:51:00) Mark Lawson’s interview with Russell T Davies can be found here.

(02:01:20) The Changes – is a British children’s science fiction television serial filmed in 1973 and first broadcast in 1975 by the BBC. It was directed by John Prowse and is based on the trilogy written by Peter Dickinson. It was Doc’s “Skins”.

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