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Date: 2013-01-05 06:50 pm (UTC)
purplecat: The Tardis (Doctor Who)
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Arguably you are correct, but don't forget that Malcolm Hulke who wrote the Silurians was a communist.

I also think of the "drilling" stories as Fury from the Deep an Inferno which are both devoid of pointless bureaucrats and, to a lesser extend The Green Death (though if memory serves that is more a refining story) which is suprisingly sympathetic to the Hippie Comune.

I'm not sure, to be honest, that Chibnall gets as far as "like more human innit". He is clearly deeply invested in 1960s/1970s Doctor Who, but I'm not sure he thinks particularly intellectually about it as opposed to having the imager deeply imprinted on his memory.
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