The Three Who Drool assemble in The Whoseum for their annual Christmas gameshow podcast (which is Pertwee-themed this year), playing “Carnival of Monsters”, “The Feast of Stevens”, “Play Your Gel Guards Right” and “Who Said What”. Along the way, they present their most Christmassy Pertwee stories, open their Secret Santa gifts and stock up on mince pies in preparation for that seasonal pillar of the Diddly Dum Podcast, the “Gold Run” quiz looking back on our last 12 months of podcasting. Our “Gold Run” game screen can be seen above if you’d like to follow along.

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SHOWNOTES

(00:04:05) You can hear Hayden’s appearance on the “Vision on Sound” show on the radio station Fab Radio International. Podcasts of the shows can be found at Visiononsound.blogspot.com.

(00:11:15) Bet Lynch was a prominent character in UK soap “Coronation Street”, being variously the barmaid and landlady of The Rovers Return pub. The scene where she leaves her keys on the bar can seen about 23:30 into this clip.

(00:13:05) Pics of our Secret Santa gifts can be found on our Tumblr page here.

(00:48:00) The “Top Trump” cards used in our “Play Your Gel Guards Right game can be seen on our Tumble page here.

(01:05:42) The longest standing tradition of the Diddly Dum Podcast is our Christmas Blockbusters Gold Run – a quiz on the previous year’s podcast in the style of TV’s “Blockbusters”. The game board for this year’s Gold Run can be found at the top of this blog entry.

(01:18:30) Gruntleigh the Ogron (friend of the show) can be found at his Twitter account here.

(01:20:14) All the references to Advent Crowns and Blue Peter and the Chalk Farm Salvation Army Band are inspired of course by the traditional “Blue Peter” show nearest to Christmas of which examples can be seen here.

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