Not wholly sensical, but probably the best use of Weeping Angels since Blink!
In the, it must be said, fate-tempting second iteration of the village of Medderton, November 1967 sees Professor Eustacius Jericho planning on helping out his percipient object of study Claire Brown just as soon as he’s gathered enough data to explain some fascinating psychic anomalies. Outside, young Peggy has gone missing and nobody bats an eyelid at the vicar and the suspicious old lady not lifting a finger to join the search.
But batting eyelids is the last thing you should do on a cloudy night in rural Devon when the Weeping Angels are messing with your 9 Volts. Doc, Yaz and Dan get stuck in while the TARDIS reboots – Dan and Yaz get stuck in 1901 and Doc gets stuck in the basement with hordes of angels overrunning the upstairs, one reassembling like the T-1000 from a grate sketch, and as Claire rubs her eyes it turns out another may be already in the rheum.
(I’ll add all the missing Listener Minis from the last few eps to the site pronto, Podcastland. I promise! /Leon)
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