This is really a placeholder to reserve a space for the full Season Five Wrapup. You’ll see a full post as I get the story wrapups written! Watch this space!
And keep watching the blog for Season Six stories!
Hello everyone, the Historian here, welcoming you to the end of season five! Joining me tonight are Ketina, Ronelyn, Schmallturm, Spoo, MiniSpoo, Photobug, Altair, Mister Mother and Cz. Tonight, we have a fully existing episode so, let’s find out, after this last episode, if we can finally figure out the full plot of the Wheel in Space! Let’s get to the discussion! This episode first aired on 1 June, 1968.
Hello all, the Historian here. Joining me this week for our LAST RECONSTRUCTION FOR QUITE SOME TIME (yes, you can stop cheering now, Ketina) is the aforementioned Ketina, Ronelyn, Spoo, Photobug, Altair and the ever silent (unless we can coax him to talk?) Schmallturm.
As always, our extreme thanks go to Loose Cannon Productions for the fantastic reconstructions–we’ll see you late in the year for a few more reconstructed episodes, guys! But for now, here we go! This episode first aired on 25 May, 1968.
Hello all, the Historian here, along with Ketina, Ronelyn, Spoo, MiniSpoo, Photobug, Altair, Ezio, CZ, and the ever-silent (these days) Schmallturm. (Whew!) This week, we return to recons, briefly, thanks to the magic of Loose Cannon Productions. We are, however, almost done with them for quite some time, having only one week until we make our way out of what Ketina so not-at-all lovingly calls “Recon Hell.”
So, let’s return to the titular Wheel in Space for an episode originally aired on 18 May, 1968!
Hello everyone, the Historian here, welcoming you back to real-time blogging! Yes, for the first time since 2011, this entry will be posted shortly after the TARDIS Project team watches the episode in question! The team this week being myself, Ketina (my ever-present Companion), Ronelyn, Spoo, MiniSpoo, Photobug, Altair, Ezio and Cz. Thanks for joining us!
Still no summary (maybe someday), so I’ll just say this episode is available on the “Lost in Time” Troughton set. Seek it out, if you haven’t already! This episode was originally broadcast on 11 May, 1968. Now, let’s get to Ketina’s transcript!