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Doctor Who thing: lost 70s story “The Moon of Madness” (shot in Scarfolk)

If you’re not already reading Scarfolk Council, why not? It’s like something out of a creepy 1970s episode of Doctor Who if it were jointly written by Monty Python and George Orwell. And now, Scarfolk Council has noted the 50th anniversary of the show with a reminder of the Tom Baker story “The Moon of Madness,” which was shot in Scarfolk. (No it wasn’t. There’s no such episode. Or maybe it’s caught in the same decade-long chronic hysteresis that grips Scarfolk.)

Here’s the Radio Times cover for “The Moon of Madness”:


Click over to Scarfolk Council to read the Radio Times writeup of the story, and see screengrabs of the opening credits.

(If you stumble across a cool Doctor Who thing, feel free to email me with a link.)

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