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Those of you who are obsessive Doctor Who fans will glean the particular significance of tat. The more normal folks will want to remember this fact on Wednesday.
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The really really obsessive fans now know exactly what book I'm talking about on Monday. If you are one of those fans, congratulations. I will not say much about Roger Miller, because, well, he's Roger Miller. I will, however, point out his future 1 hit in his native US, "England Swings.
Protests in Yereven, Armenia begin to bring the horror of the Armenian Genocide to light. Protests in Berkeley, California involve torching draft cards. The ball that started rolling with the Kennedy assassination has gathered something like critical mass. While the most powerful man in the world was a dashing young technocrat, there was something resembling stability.
When the most powerful man in the world is a drawling Texan career politician, even though he's probably a better champion of liberal causes than Kennedy, things come unstuck. The youth get uppity.
They evolve. They rebel. At the center of all of this, however, quite bizarrely, is London. Never mind that the UK has missed a rather epic series of beats and gone from world-spanning empire to fallen power in a generation. None of that matters. The UK has the Beatles. The UK has Carnaby Street. The UK has the miniskirt.
The UK, in short, is mod.
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And the world is starting to recognize that. As the youth rebels and starts to change the world, the coolest place in the world is London. This story is where Doctor Who picks a side. It should be no surprise, given the last four stories, what side it's going to pick. Its newest character is a futuristic star-child with a scouse accent. Its old man lead has turned into a giggling anarchist.
The show has adopted a wild theatrical style that lets it look and feel like nothing else on TV. Is it going to side with the mod youth or the entrenched establishment? Take a guess.
Whats surprising about The Space Museum is not it's successful execution of a host of mod cliches. It's that it's doing it in what are still the early days of the mod fad. And, more to the point, it's that its doing it well and more complexly than it has any right to, going beyond mod culture before mod culture even has a chance to arrive on the scene. The usual brief on The Space Museum is this: The first episode is almost universally recognized as being completely brilliant.
The other three episodes are considered to rank somewhere between "disaster" and "hidden gem" with most descriptions using the word "disappointing" in some fashion or another.
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