“Sometimes you feel other people’s pain worse than your own. We’re armored against our own troubles. We can’t afford to give in to despair. Then you see someone else struggling, and it breaks your… heart”—Sean Stewart
I just rewatched the end of Doctor Who series 3 with the Master, and all my feelings drove me to making this audio: I mixed Doomsday, which is a variation of the Doctor’s theme, with the Master’s drums. The result is supposed to be a Doctor/Master song, I guess. Because all of time and space, they’re my favourite ship.
Music has a tendency to get stuck in our heads. You know the experience - a tune intrudes on your thoughts and plays, and replays, in a never-ending loop. It happened recently to me. So, as a science reporter, I thought I’d try to find out why.
Speaking of catchy songs….( I had nothing better to do last Saturday, so I admired the episode with Doctor Whooves and his hourglass).
Last Friday after discussing whatnots relating to plays, we play Pictionary/Draw Something/that thing where two people draw an object and the opposing teams try to guess. Any who, at this point the team I'm on is winning..and it's my turn....
The next word:
Ooohhhhhhh I know this!!!!
*frantically scribbles on the whiteboard*
Various team members:
Doctor Who? Doctor!
Ahah, I'm glad my team was quite competitive...aha! Although there wasn't anything to actually win.