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Doctor Who: We're All Stories in the End

18. Damaged Goods by Russell T. Davies

Season 2, Ep. 6

Welcome back to the show Dylan Rees, host of the brilliant Doctor Who: Too Hot For TV podcast, for this careful, scholarly and entirely serious review of the debut novel from little-known Welsh writer Russell T. Davies who would one day bring Doctor Who back to the screen and make it the most wonderful and popular thing ever. But not today. Today it's 1996 and we're talking about a very different kettle of fish. Doctor Who might never be this bleak, this street, this gritty or depressing ever again. And yet, this is probably the most important of the Virgin New Adventures. So: allons-y! Follow @seaoftranquilitylane on Threads.


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