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Tim gets interrupted as a robot enters.
(realises) Oh! Hello, D22!
D22: “Greetings, Master Bradley. Your cup of tea.”
D22 places a cup of tea in a TARDIS mug next to Tim at his computer desk.
Why thank you, D22 You’re so considerate!
D22: “And I’ve brought you some biscuits.”
D22 places a plate of mixed biscuits including bourbons, custard creams and jammy dodgers next to Tim at his computer desk.
Oh, D22. You’re so good to have around. I’m glad you came with my Season 14 Blu-ray box set in the post. Thank you so much!
D22: “My pleasure!”
(to audience) Anyway, it’s that time again for another ‘Doctor Who’ story from the Season 14 Blu-ray box set with Tom Baker. Today, we’re taking another look at one of my favourite stories from the Tom Baker era – ‘The Robots of Death’. This is also features Louise Jameson as Leela, the Doctor’s companion.
It was great to see this ‘Doctor Who’ story again on Blu-ray and I enjoyed the ‘Behind The Sofa’ item featuring Tom Baker, Louise Jameson and Philip Hinchcliffe along with Peter Purves and Sophie Aldred. I also enjoyed re-watching the ‘Robophobia’ featurette about ‘Doctor Who’ robots with Toby Hadoke.
D22: “Do you need me for anything else, sir?”
No, it’s okay, D22. You can get on with the laundry.
D22: “Very good, sir.”
With that, D22 leaves.
Please feel free to check out; read and comment on my updated review for ‘The Robots of Death’ by clicking on the link for it. This contains a review on the TV story.
Bye for now!