On this episode, I give my thoughts on the latest Doctor Who episode, “World Enough and Time”. A lot of this is so I won’t go on for too long on the Cultdom Commentary for the episode. Probably the only thing I address there that I don’t address here is Moffat’s jokes in the episode about the Doctor’s name being Doctor Who, how it both is and isn’t his name.
This episode is part of a series where RBCP was calling people from Uncle Runkle’s Adopt-A-Highway spreadsheet, a project I don’t think he’s actually completed but just put on hold to let people there start to forget he was calling them.
On this episode, I discuss two Doctor Who books I just obtained. The first is one that I used to check out from my University’s library system, a book by R.H. Langley called “The Doctor Who Error Finder”. This book looks through the original run of Doctor Who through to the 1996 Fox/BBC movie and collects all the filming and scripting errors. It’s a fun read if you have the episodes to hand.
The second book is “Running Through Corridors: Volume One by Robert Shearman and Toby Hadoke. In this book, the two authors watched through every episode of Doctor Who from “An Unearthly Child” onward and comment on what they like about each episode. Fun read so far.
On this episode, Brad brought back the old Phone Show idea of listeners leaving notes on cars. Also, Brad learns that you cannot renew an MBA.
I feel like I should comb through the Snow Plow Show archives and make a directory of all the shows I’ve sponsored, much as I did with PLA YouTube videos.
It’s my 56th sound collage, and my first for 2017. Please enjoy.
Playlist for SAFTWR 5x
Mogwai – 2 Rights Make 1 Wrong
Brian Eno – An Ending (Ascent) from Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks
Paul Harvey “The Rest of the Story”
Julee Cruise – The World Spins
Dirge Without Music by Edna St Vincent Millay
David Lynch talking about ideas
Brian Eno – French Catalogues
Friends of Dean Martinez – The Warmth of the Sun
Coldplay – Trouble
“Bill Nye Challenge” from the No Agenda podcast (Adam Curry and John C. Dvorak)
Jack Kerouac “October in the Railroad Earth”
Brian Eno “2-2” from Music for Airports
Poe – “Fly Away”
stuff from my private recordings that no one will ever hear in their entirety
Lewd Sums by adb6gqpe
Aphex Twin – White Blur
Boards of Canada – Nothing is Real
Aphex Twin – Mould
Blue Velvet (movie, 1986) intro
Boards of Canada – Triangles and Rhombuses
Neutral Milk Hotel – In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
Air – Le Soleil Est Pres De Moi
Cisco Hold Music
Tangerine Dream Hyperborea
Cross Record – Steady Waves
Boards of Canada – Over the Horizon Radar
Boards of Canada – Kaini Industries
Boards of Canada – Collapse
Fen Swale – Circles and a Starry Sky
In this episode, Rand commentates all over the second episode of the 2016 X Files miniseries, “Founder’s Mutation”.
The Cultdom Collective Commentary hiatus is nearly over, with production set to resume a week from today. Rand has a week to complete his commentaries on the 2016 X Files miniseries. Or maybe there’s no real deadline.
For this collage, I gave myself a simple challenge: using only a single song, make an hour-long collage. I chose Lou Reed’s “Street Hassle”, which I’ve heard collaged on KLERE before.
Truth be told, I got half an hour into it, maybe 40 minutes into it, and was bored and wanted to be done with it.
Should only have been half an hour.
Was still fun to make, though.