Eruditorum Presscast: The Tsuranga Connundrum


This week I'm joined by Beth Axford of Doctor Who Magazine's Time Team and the delightful blog The Time Ladies to talk about The Tsuranga Conundrum, which we gradually find is very hard to say out loud and decide to rename. To what? Listen and find out.

This podcast also features the "classic" version of the Eruditorum Presscast theme, because elections make me cranky. As usual, it's by my good friend Alex via his band Seeming, which you can and should check out here.


Jack Graham 2 years, 2 months ago

I'm assuming you've done a little intro to the episode explaining why what Beth says is wrong. Isn't that how it's done?

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dm 2 years, 2 months ago


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Champiness 2 years, 2 months ago

Casting no aspersions, and obviously there are a number of other factors, but this episode draws a pretty clear line between the sorts of people the BBC is and isn’t inclined to pay to write about Doctor Who.
(Which is not to detract from this being a real delight and one of my favorite Presscasts ever)

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Elizabeth Sandifer 2 years, 2 months ago

Eh. I probably could have run my career to be the sort of person the BBC looked kindly on. I pursued my independence, in part because I always knew I didn't want to have a career that was just Doctor Who, but mostly just because I recognized the value of my freedom from academia and was inclined to pursue similar freedoms throughout my work.

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Kazin 2 years, 2 months ago

This episode may have been the most off topic this podcast has ever been, but that completely makes sense because how do you fill an hour of talking about the P'ting Dilemma (which is fucking brilliant, by the way, and a much better title than the episode's proper one lol)?

Also the announcement of next week's guest cracked me up good, so thanks for that haha

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