TARDIS Eruditorum: An Unofficial Critical History of Doctor Who Volume 4: Tom Baker and the Hinchcliffe Years Paperback – 29 Nov 2013
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It's a pity because, as I said, I'd recommend this book highly for any serious fan of the original series (or Proper Who as it's known in my house). I know Sandifer's intentions are good – yes, racism is A Bad Thing – but a more nuanced response might have helped his cause better.
The recent special feature interviews and critical analysis on the dvd reissues - Sandifers commentary is often inaccurate - sadly he misunderstands and undervalues both Terry Nations skill as a writer and Phillip Hinchcliffe's skill as a producer - so set your Tardis coordinates to "avoidance" this material should have stayed as a free blog Mr Sandifer
If that all sounds deeply pretentious maybe this isn't for you - unless, like me, you are a bit pretentious yourself. In which case it's great stuff!
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