There’s a top review over on Outpost Skaro of the new Doctor Who DVD release Myths and Legends, which features the Fourth Doctor adventures Underworld and The Horns of Nimon as well as the Third Doctor in The Time Monster.
With a good few gems to add to the standard review fare, there’s plenty to read here, with Bob Baker recalling of how they approached Underworld:
I donâ€™t recall a â€œspecific strategyâ€ (unless in hindsight!) It was again, â€œBoys, come up with a story that doesnâ€™t cost too much.â€ A usual refrain from the DW office.
Meanwhile, the man with the mad eyes – Tom Baker – talks about The Horns of Nimon, an oft-maligned tale from 1979.
â€œThe absurdity of the stories never bothered me at all,â€ he said. â€œI was brought up as a Roman Catholic in Liverpool so I grew up steeped in absurdity. I still am. I find most of life utterly absurd. And what seemed important years ago now seems to me to be farcical. There seems to me no meaning. The pains and pleasures were all real but meaning? Oh, no.â€