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Sunday, 29 October 2017
This week, we’re far too busy fending off Haemovores to talk about The Curse of Fenric. Fortunately, we’re each possessed of a deep and abiding faith: Nathan in Barbara, Richard in German Expressionism, and Brendan in the essential goodness of human nature.
Buy the story!
The Curse of Fenric was released on DVD in 2004/2005. (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)
Notes and links
According to this story, humanity will eventually evolve into sucker-faced blue monsters with seeds sprouting out of their heads. In the Blakes 7 episode Terminal, Servalan essentially reveals that humanity really evolves into the Taran Wood Beast.
If you want to learn more about the life of Alan Turing, you could watch the film The Imitation Game (2014), which did take some liberties with the details of Turing’s life story, or you could read Alan Turing: The Enigma (2000) by Andrew Hodges. We mention some of the people that inspired Turing’s work, including Kurt Gödel and Lewis Carroll. Turing was pardoned by the British government in 2013.
Here’s a concise description of the Prisoner’s Dilemma. And here’s how things change when two people repeatedly enact the Prisoner’s Dilemma situation — the iterated Prisoner’s dilemma.
Daniel Craig acted alongside Anne Reid in The Mother (2003).
Nicholas Parsons is as famous as possible in the UK, as the host of Sale of the Century from 1971 to 1984 and as the host of the radio quiz show Just a Minute, from 1967 to the present day.
Here’s the story of Sonequa Martin-Green meeting Nichelle Nichols on the red carpet at the premiere of Star Trek: Discovery.
Ace has another difficult conversation with the Doctor in the Big Finish adaptation of Paul Cornell’s Love and War.
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We’ll be returning to complete the Pierce Brosnan era any day now, but in the meantime you can still enjoy our commentaries on the first two Pierce Brosnan films, and our commentaries on the Timothy Dalton Era.
We also have plenty of Rodgecasts online, and there are other Bonds available, as well. Even fake ones.
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