As Season 15 limps towards its inevitable conclusion, we discover a new trope, reflect on the possibilities of Sevateem–Gallifreyan romance, and deplore the indefensible cruelty of horse racing: it’s The Invasion of Time!
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The Invasion of Time was released on DVD in 2008. (Amazon US) (Amazon UK). It was also released in Australia and the UK as part of the Bred for War box set, along with the other Classic Series Sontaran stories. (Amazon UK)
Notes and links
The Vardans appear to share a stylist with the [Ultraman Science Patrol](http://ultra.wikia.com/wiki/SSSP_(Science_Special_Search-Party)). No, I don’t know who they are either.
Fabulous posh air-traffic controller Rodan moonlights as a giant red pterodactyl thing who attacks Godzilla in various Japanese movies, while Castellan Spandrell moonlights as a supporting architectural feature in various Gothic cathedrals.
In the Sarah Jane Adventures story [The Last Sontaran](http://tardis.wikia.com/wiki/The_Last_Sontaran_(TV_story)), Chrissie Jackson fabulously disables a Sontaran by hitting its probic vent with her high-heeled shoe.
Picks of the Week
Tom Baker stars in a series of Big Finish adventures, featuring Louise Jameson and Mary Tamm (and Lalla Ward in early 2016). Brendan mentions Foe from the Future and Phillip Hinchcliffe’s Valley of Death from the Fourth Doctor Lost Stories box set.
Candy Bar Books is publishing a series of four novels by Andy Frankham, featuring Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, including The Beast of Fang Rock, featuring Ann Travers. The prequel short story is called Cult of the Grinning Man.
Green Wing was a Channel 4 comedy series set in a hospital, starring Doctor Who’s very own Tamsin Grieg and Michelle Gomez.
And here’s a photo of Michelle Gomez with two Missy action figures on her shoulders. God, she’s fantastic!
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