A documentary exploring the socio-political climate of the 1960s. With particular reference to its influence on the Doctor Who story 'The Silurians'.

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A documentary exploring the socio-political climate of the 1960s. With particular reference to its influence on the Doctor Who story 'The Silurians'.

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Interesting, entertaining but lacking something..
6 July 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Ahh! What is this documentary lacking? I cannot quite put my finger on it, perhaps its the people that have been interviewed it somehow just doesn't work! Here we combine the brilliant Steve Broster trying to tell a story that really just isn't there. On the other hand, its presented to us in such a way that kept me watching until the end and thats the reason why cannot tell you why I don't really like this. I suppose as a fan of Doctor Who the last thing I like is these spin off documentaries that essentially tell you nothing about the programme and more about whats going on at the time, my question is why was this documentary made? What relevance has it on the release? I'm probably missing the point, because the style was pacing, entertaining and not at all bad. Anyway, well done for keeping me watching until the end but suppose as I type its the topic that didn't really appeal.


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