Looking back I didn’t really do the greatest job with my ‘Doctor Who at 50’ posts, did I? They weren’t the most spectacular collection of posts and being honest the whole idea didn’t really work out- particularly the part when I promised a who-related article every day and barely managed two! Truly, I feel pretty bad about this so in order to try and finish my rather underwhelming tribute to 50 years of Doctor Who with some sense of style, I didn’t think I could do any better than to look at the recently recovered and released Patrick Troughton story- The Enemy of the World. Now for those who don’t know (and if you don’t then where have you been) very recently two previously missing Doctor Who stories, The Enemy of the World and the Web of Fear, were returned to the BBC, with only one episode of the Web of Fear still missing. Considering that the majority of my ‘Who-50’ posts have been concerned with missing stories, a look at one of these would make a suitable finale. Now these episodes have been available for about a month now on I-Tunes so indeed I could have done this earlier, but considering I could pre-order the DVD for £13.99 or download for £9.99, well it was a no brainer really.
Welcome one and all- Please leave sanity at the door
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