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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

The seventh season of Doctor Who ran between 3rd January 1970 and 20th June 1970. The debut season of Jon Pertwee as the Third Doctor, it was the first season produced and broadcast in colour and the first set entirely in one time period and almost entirely on Earth. Although the season did not have an overall story arc, it did feature a recurring subplot of the Doctor trying to adjust to life as an exile while trying to circumvent the restrictions placed upon him by the Time Lords. Beginning with this season and continuing for the next few years, most storylines involve the Doctor working with UNIT.

It consisted of 4 serials, and 25 episodes and was the shortest season of Doctor Who to date (and had the fewest number of serials until Season 23). It has the distinction of being the earliest Doctor Who season to exist in its entirety (though not completely in colour) in the BBC archives. This is also the first season to not feature any returning monsters from earlier stories.

Beginning with this season and continuing through the Pertwee era, the BBC changed the show's scheduling with new, shorter seasons from this point beginning in either January or very late December, rather than fall as had been the previous format; the series would return to a fall season start in the Tom Baker era. The new scheduling reflected the change from around 40 to 45 episodes a season to more or less 26 per season, though the length of the episodes remained the same.

Contents

Stories

# Title Writer Episodes Notes
1 Spearhead from Space Robert Holmes 4 First appearances of the Third Doctor and Liz Shaw; first colour episode; only 1963-89 series episode completely produced on film
2 Doctor Who and the Silurians Malcolm Hulke 7
3 The Ambassadors of Death David Whitaker
Trevor Ray (uncredited)
Malcolm Hulke (uncredited)
7
4 Inferno Don Houghton 7 Final appearance of Liz Shaw; first multiverse story

Main Cast

Adaptations and merchandising

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Video

VHS

  • Spearhead from Space
  • Doctor Who and the Silurians
  • The Ambassadors of Death (partly in Black and White)
  • Inferno
  • The Pertwee Years (Inferno episode 7)

DVD

  • Spearhead from Space
  • Doctor Who and the Silurians
  • Inferno

Novelisations

External Links

BBC website guide to Season 7

Doctor Who by season/series
Classic Series: 1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526
1996 movie
New Series: 12342009 Specials5
Season 7
Spearhead from Space  • Doctor Who and the Silurians  • The Ambassadors of Death  • Inferno
Aliens and Enemies of Season 7
Spearhead from Space: Nestene Consciousness  • Autons  • Channing Doctor Who and the Silurians: Silurians  • Old Silurian  • Young Silurian The Ambassadors of Death: Alien Ambassadors  • General Carrington  • James Quinlan  • Bruno Taltalian  • Reegan Inferno: Primords  • Brigade Leader Lethbridge-Stewart  • Stahlman

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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010
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From Muppet Wiki

Headline Howie gives us the scoop.
The Season 7 cast.
Margaret Hamilton appeared to reprise her role as the Wicked Witch of the West in a controversial episode.
Grover the Salesman attempts to sell Kermit things he never wants (or needs).
Various Muppet characters appear in segments based on performances from the Ice Follies.
For season seven, one segment per week focused on disabled children either playing a game with other kids or interacting with Muppets and cast members. An introduction with purple shadows following running children preceded each insert.

Sesame Street Season 7 aired from December 1, 1975 to 1976.

Episodes 0796 - 0925 (130 episodes)

Season 7 Cast

Season 7 Credits

  • Executive Producer: Jon Stone
  • Producer: Dulcy Singer
  • Directed by: Robert Myhrum
  • Writers: Ray Sipherd, Emily Perl Kingsley, Joseph A. Bailey, David Korr, Paul D. Zimmerman, Judy Freudberg
  • Music Director: Sam Pottle
  • Puppets and Costumes: Donald Sahlin, Kermit Love, Caroly Wilcox, John Lovelady
  • Supervising Film Producer: Edith Zornow
  • Associate Producer: Lisa Simon
  • Director of Operations: Ronald L. Weaver
  • Production Supervisor: Robert Braithwaite
  • Music Coordinator: Danny Epstein
  • Post Production Supervisor: Ozzie Alfonso
  • Associate Director: Emily Squires
  • Assistant to the Producer: Amy Hutchings
  • Production Assistants: Joseph Catalano, Jane L. Delgado, Selvin Evans, Peggy Fulton, Brenda Huggins, Thelma Moses
  • Art Director: Alan J. Compton
  • Production Stage Manager: Chet O'Brien
  • Stage Manager: Jimmy Baylor
  • Set Decorator: Nat Mongioi
  • Costume Designer: Domingo Rodriguez
  • Graphic Artist: Gerri Brioso
  • Senior Scenic Artist: Victor DiNapoli
  • Unit Manager: Glenda Jones
  • Technical Director: Ralph Mensch
  • Technical Supervisor: Walt Rauffer
  • Lighting Director: George Riesenberger
  • Sound Effects: Barbara Wood
  • Audio: Bryan Keen
  • Video: Bob Squittieri
  • Videotape Editors: John Hutchinson, Vincent Sims, Jack Langan
  • Make-up: Phyllis Grens Sternick
  • Hair Stylist: Mickey Lawrence
  • Wardrobe: Grisha Mynova
  • Curriculum Coordinator: Robert J. Emerick
  • Vice President for Research: Edward L. Palmer, Ph.D.
  • Associate Director of Research: Lewis Bernstein
  • Chairman, Board of Advisors: Gerald S. Lesser, Ph.D.
  • Vice President for Production: David D. Connell

Notes

  • This is the only season where the episode numbers don't appear on-screen.


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Season 6 (1974-1975) Season 8 (1976-1977)

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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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Official Lost Podcasts
  • Official Lost Podcasts
  • ABC Podcast Page
  • iTunes direct link
  • ABC.com publish key for Podcasting Software or Copy this address into Podcasting Software: http://a.abc.com/abc/xml/podcastRSS?feedPublishKey=3421
  • (Note: above feed is Audio-only Use this feed for Audio and Video Podcasts: http://abc.go.com/primetime/lost/podcastRSS?feedPublishKey=3421&type=itunes
  • Hosts: ABC; Kris White; Damon Lindelof; Carlton Cuse


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"Podcast" redirects here. For other podcasts, see: podcast (disambiguation).

The Official Lost Podcast is presented by Kris White and features cast interviews and behind-the-scenes info. Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse also talk about the latest and upcoming episodes, as well as answer fan questions.

Click dates in first column for brief synopses. Click Yes links to link to archived MP3s, for audio podcasts, and M4Vs for video podcasts (if no longer stored on ABC site or iTunes—takes several minutes to load) or read Lostpedia transcripts, when available.

Contents

Podcasts

Season 1

There were no podcasts recorded during Season 1.

Season 2

Date and synopsis Listen Archived File? Transcript? Interviews Rehashes Prehashes Special Notes
11/08/05 Yes Yes Josh Holloway & Daniel Dae Kim Season 1, Early Season 2 "Abandoned"
11/14/05 Yes Yes Matthew Fox, Evangeline Lilly & Terry O'Quinn "Abandoned" "The Other 48 Days"
11/21/05 Yes Yes Cynthia Watros "The Other 48 Days" "Collision"
11/24/05 No Yes None "Collision" N/A Special writers' commentary to sync with episode;
Javier Grillo-Marxuach & Leonard Dick talk
11/28/05 Yes Yes Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje "Collision" "What Kate Did"
01/09/06 Yes Yes None N/A N/A Orchestra Special hosted by Michael Giacchino; Damon and Carlton do not talk
01/09/06 Yes Yes Michael Giacchino "What Kate Did" "The 23rd Psalm"
01/17/06 Yes Yes Harold Perrineau (P1) "The 23rd Psalm" "The Hunting Party"
01/23/06 Yes Yes Harold Perrineau (P2) "The Hunting Party" "Fire + Water"
02/06/06 Yes Yes Evangeline Lilly (P1) "Fire + Water" "The Long Con"
02/13/06 Yes Yes Evangeline Lilly (P2) "The Long Con" "One of Them"
03/01/06 Yes Yes Jorge Garcia (P1) "One of Them" "Maternity Leave"
03/20/06 Yes Yes Bryan Burk "Maternity Leave" "The Whole Truth"
03/28/06 Yes Yes Jorge Garcia (P2) "The Whole Truth" "Lockdown" Theme song vote; The Lost Experience introduced
04/03/06 Yes Yes Matthew Fox "Lockdown" "Dave"
04/10/06 Yes Yes Yunjin Kim "Dave" "S.O.S."
05/01/06 Yes Yes Josh Holloway "S.O.S." "Two for the Road"
05/08/06 Yes Yes Naveen Andrews "Two for the Road" "?"
05/15/06 Yes Yes Matthew Fox "?" "Three Minutes"
05/19/06 Yes Yes Daniel Dae Kim "Three Minutes" "Live Together, Die Alone"
05/26/06 Yes Yes None "Live Together, Die Alone" Season 3
06/13/06 Yes No Harold Perrineau & Malcolm David Kelly N/A N/A Interview only; Damon & Carlton do not talk
07/03/06 Yes No Jorge Garcia N/A N/A Interview only; Damon & Carlton do not talk
07/31/06 Yes Yes None Season 2 Season 3 Comic Con live broadcast
Date and synopsis Listen Archived File? Transcript? Interviews Rehashes Prehashes Special Notes

Season 3

Date and synopsis Archived File? Transcript? Interviews Rehashes Prehashes Special Notes
Image:VideoIcon.png 10/03/06 Yes Yes None Season 2 "A Tale of Two Cities" First video podcast; Comic Con fan questions answered
10/09/06 Yes Yes Elizabeth Mitchell "A Tale of Two Cities" "The Glass Ballerina" Elizabeth Mitchell discusses her character, Juliet. Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse rehash "A Tale of Two Cities" and preview "The Glass Ballerina" (10/11/06).
10/17/06 Yes Yes Terry O'Quinn "The Glass Ballerina" "Further Instructions" Terry O'Quinn discusses playing Locke, Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse rehash "The Glass Ballerina" and preview "Further Instructions" (10/18/06).
10/25/06 Yes Yes Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje N/A N/A Interview only; Damon & Carlton do not talk
10/30/06 Yes Yes None "Every Man for Himself" "The Cost of Living" Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse discuss last week's episode, preview "The Cost of Living" (11/1/06) and take fan questions.
Image:VideoIcon.png 11/03/06 Yes Yes None N/A N/A Video podcast about a Damon/Carlton 'cross'
11/06/06 Yes Yes None "The Cost of Living" "I Do" Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse discuss the death of Mr. Eko and preview the fall season finale, "I Do" (11/8/06).
12/06/06 Yes Yes None Early Season 3 Late Season 3 Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse rehash the fall season finale of Lost and take fan questions.
Image:VideoIcon.png 01/30/07 Yes Yes Multiple Early Season 3 "Not in Portland" Video podcast, hosted by Kris White
02/12/07 Yes Yes Josh Holloway "Not in Portland" "Flashes Before Your Eyes" Josh Holloway reveals the origins of Sawyer's nicknaming habit. Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse rehash "Not in Portland" and tease "Flashes Before Your Eyes" (2/14/07).
02/20/07 Yes Yes Henry Ian Cusick "Flashes Before Your Eyes" "Stranger in a Strange Land" Henry Ian Cusick talks about the challenges of playing Desmond. And Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse answer the question, did Desmond really travel through time? They tease "Stranger In A Strange Land" (2/21/07).
02/27/07 Yes Yes Matthew Fox N/A N/A Interview only; Damon & Carlton do not talk
03/05/07 Yes Yes Josh Holloway, Jorge Garcia and Daniel Dae Kim "Tricia Tanaka Is Dead" "Enter 77" Damon & Carlton do not talk, Paul Terry the editor of the magazine speaks instead
03/12/07 Yes No Michael Emerson and Jean Higgins "Enter 77" "Par Avion" Damon & Carlton do not talk, New female presenter, though Kris White is heard interviewing Michael Emerson
03/20/07 Yes Yes Emilie de Ravin "Enter 77", "Par Avion" "The Man from Tallahassee" Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse take fan questions and tease next week's episode, "The Man From Tallahassee" (3/21/07). Emilie de Ravin recounts shooting last week's episode, "Par Avion".
03/26/07 Yes Yes Jorge Garcia and Josh Holloway "The Man from Tallahassee" "Exposé" Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse expose "The Man From Tallahassee" and preview "Exposé" (3/28/07). Jorge Garcia and Josh Holloway talk about playing ping pong behind the scenes.
03/30/07 Yes No Elizabeth Mitchell "Exposé" "Left Behind" Damon does not talk; Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz host
04/05/07 Yes Yes Josh Holloway "Left Behind" "One of Us" Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse chat about "One of Us" (4/11/07) and take fan questions. Josh Holloway explains why Daniel Dae Kim will never go fishing with him again.
Image:VideoIcon.png 04/10/07 Yes Yes Michael Giacchino "Exposé" Special video podcast: visit to the scoring stage. Damon & Carlton do not talk.
04/16/07 Yes Yes M.C. Gainey "One of Us" "Catch-22" Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse rehash "One of Us" and prehash "Catch-22" as well as some other upcoming goodies. Actor M.C. Gainey ("Tom") reveals his past connection to Carlton Cuse.
04/20/07 Yes Yes Daniel Dae Kim & Yunjin Kim "Catch-22" "D.O.C." Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse discuss Desmond's Catch-22 and preview "D.O.C." (4/25/07). Daniel Dae Kim and Yunjin Kim talk about getting conflicting stories as to who the father of Sun's baby might be.
04/30/07 Yes No None "D.O.C." "The Brig" Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse conceptualize "D.O.C." and look forward to what's in "The Brig" (5/2/07).
05/04/07 Yes Yes None "The Brig" "The Man Behind the Curtain" This podcast reveals the plan for the broadcast of Season 4 of Lost
05/11/07 Yes Yes Dominic Monaghan "The Man Behind the Curtain" None Dominic Monaghan talks about his character, "Charlie". Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse preview their "Greatest Hits" (5/16/07).
05/21/07 Yes Yes None "Greatest Hits" "Through the Looking Glass" Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse prehash the season finale, "Through the Looking Glass" (5/23/07) and take fan questions.
Image:VideoIcon.png 05/23/07 Yes Yes Bryan Burk, Scott Weber and Tom DeGorter None None Video podcast, hosted by Bryan Burk
08/02/07 Yes Yes Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse, Harold Perrineau & Fans Season 3 Season 4 Audio from Comic con 2007, included in it is some of the audio from Season 3 dvd bonus feature regarding the Others.
09/21/07 Yes Yes None. But fans were able to ask questions live to the producers. Season 3 Season 4 Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse mark the anniversary of the crash of Flight 815 in this special podcast, hosted by ABC.com.
Date and synopsis Archived File? Transcript? Interviews Rehashes Prehashes Special Notes

Season 4

Date and synopsis Archived File? Transcript? Interviews Rehashes Prehashes Special Notes
Image:VideoIcon.png 02/04/08 Yes Yes Jean Higgins, Jake Kilfoyle None None Kris White speaks to executive producer Jean Higgins and Charlie's stunt double Jake Kilfoyle during the filming of the underwater portion of Hurley's vision in "The Beginning of the End". Due to the strike, Damon and Carlton do not talk.
Image:VideoIcon.png 02/08/08 Yes Yes Roland Sanchez None None Costume designer Roland Sanchez talks about his role in the creation of the characters' wardrobes. The set dog "Lulu" is also introduced. Due to the strike, Damon and Carlton do not talk.
Image:VideoIcon.png 02/15/08 Yes No Naveen Andrews, Michael Emerson "The Economist" None Actors Naveen Andrews and Michael Emerson discuss the episode The Economist.
02/19/08 Yes No None "The Economist" "Eggtown" Carlton and Damon return for their first audio podcast since September 2007.
Image:VideoIcon.png 02/25/08 Yes Yes Evangeline Lilly "Eggtown" None Actress Evangeline Lilly discusses Kate playing mother to Aaron in a flashforward.
02/28/08 Yes Yes None "The Constant" "The Other Woman" Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse rehash the mechanics of time-travel in The Constant
Image:VideoIcon.png 02/28/08 Yes Yes Rob Kyker "The Constant" None Propmaster Rob Kyker discusses creating props for Lost.
Image:VideoIcon.png 03/06/08 Yes Yes Michael Emerson, Elizabeth Mitchell "The Other Woman" None Michael Emerson and Elizabeth Mitchell discuss the episode The Other Woman.
03/10/08 Yes No None "The Other Woman" "Ji Yeon" Lost: Via Domus also discussed
Image:VideoIcon.png 03/14/08 Yes No Harold Perrineau et al. Various None Harold Perrineau and various other cast members discuss the return of Michael.
03/21/08 Yes Partial None "Meet Kevin Johnson" None Executive Producers Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse rehash meet Kevin Johnson & take fan questions.
Image:VideoIcon.png 04/19/08 Yes Yes None None "The Shape of Things to Come" Executive Producers Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse take fan questions in advance of "The Shape of Things to Come" (4/24/08).
04/25/08 Yes No None "The Shape of Things to Come" "Something Nice Back Home" Executive Producers Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse preview "Something Nice Back Home" (5/1/08) and take fan questions.
Image:VideoIcon.png 04/25/08 Yes Yes None None None Set decorator Carol Kelley gives us a tour of the freighter.
Image:VideoIcon.png 05/02/08 Yes Yes Michael Emerson, Alan Dale None None Michael Emerson and Alan Dale take us behind the scenes in London.
05/07/08 Yes Yes Damon and Carlton's mothers. "Something Nice Back Home" "Cabin Fever" Special Mothers Day Edition. Damon and Carlton's mothers on the phone with their theories.
Image:VideoIcon.png 05/09/08 Yes Yes Jim Van Houten None None Sculptor Jim Van Houten discusses working on props for Lost.
05/14/08 Yes Yes Rebecca Mader None None Kris White interviews actress Rebecca Mader, who plays Charlotte Lewis.
05/19/08 Yes Yes "There's No Place Like Home, Part 1" "There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3" Executive Producers Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse discuss the Season 4 Finale
08/01/08 Yes No Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse, Matthew Fox & Fans Season 4 Season 5 Audio from San Diego Comic-Con 2008, leads straight into screening of DHARMA booth video.
Image:VideoIcon.png 08/04/08 Yes No None None Kris White goes behind the scenes at Comic Con.
Date and synopsis Archived File? Transcript? Interviews Rehashes Prehashes Special Notes

Season 5

Main article: Portal:Official Lost Podcast/Season 5

Season 6

Main article: Portal:Official Lost Podcast/Season 6

Running gags

General

  • Brokeback Mountain jokes
  • 'Hashing', 'Re-Hashing' 'Pre-Hashing"
  • Same-sex ice dancing
  • Season 7: The Zombie Season
  • Biathlons (Skiing and rifle-shooting simultaneously)
  • Holding each other's hands
  • Doing the podcast naked/not wearing pants
  • Censored Rose and Bernard love scene
  • Random humorous sound files, such as banjos
  • Phone ringing in the background during a podcast
  • Watching American Idol
  • Subtextual Anxiety
  • Referencing Hanukkah and Christmas
  • Number of posts in the last 90 days
  • Attempting to make Kris' scripted suggestions sound natural
  • Congratulating readers who point out production mistakes for getting a crew member fired
  • Ezra James Sharkington
  • Having Joop the orangutan explain the show's mysteries should Lost be cacelled
  • Trailers outside their window

Repeated catchphrases

  • "So take that! Take that to the bank!"
  • "If I were a betting man..."
  • "Wednesday! Wednesday! Wednesday!" (in reference to Sunday drag racing radio commercials)
  • "Don't make me play that banjo!"
  • "That's an interesting question, Carlton."
  • "That's fantastic..."
  • "Busted!"
  • "The reality is..."(from Damon)

Damon

  • His pants, or lack thereof
  • His cold, clammy hands
  • He cries a lot
  • He's in a diaper
  • He watches other shows in that timeslot instead of Lost, specifically Criminal Minds
  • Actor portraying him would be David Cross or Matthew Broderick
  • Writing for future shows, such as Carnivore, Rose and Bernard: Love Island, Don't Make Me Wear These Pants and Don't Make Me Play This Banjo
  • His wooden leg, and his insecurities about it

Carlton

  • His shoes
  • His dancing prowess
  • His cowboy hat or his sombrero
  • His maracas
  • His nicknames: The Glass Ballerina, Man of the Jungle, Sparkles
  • His banjo playing skills
  • His family studied pictures of the Polit Bureau for fun
  • Actor portraying him would be Ted Danson
  • Uncontrollable fits of laughter due to sleep deprivation

Trivia

  • Kris White is the producer and presenter of the podcasts. He also records Lindelof and Cuse's portion of the podcasts (addressed in the March 1st 2006 episode). Lindelof adds that they try to make him laugh to judge whether they are funny or not.
  • Kris has been known to sport a "soul patch" beard.
  • An unidentified woman records the cast interview portions of the podcasts.
  • Sometimes podcasts are recorded before an episode being recapped has aired.
  • Telephones ring occasionally. On other occasions, you can hear cellphone static. On one occasion, a fire alarm has gone off.
  • They sit on a couch while recording.

External links

  • Official 'Lost' Podcast.
  • www.dharmasecrets.com has an archive of the official podcasts that are no longer on the ABC site, including all of the Season 2 podcasts.
  • View Official 'Lost' Podcast in iTunes

This article uses material from the "Portal:Official Lost Podcast" article on the Lostpedia wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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