‘The Towers have become appallingly dirty. The whole place is polluted with flesh – living flesh!’
Although the second story in its season, Paradise Towers (1987) was the first in a new era for Doctor Who. It represented a concerted effort to move the programme away from an over-reliance on continuity and towards something more relevant to contemporary viewers. This Black Archive places it in its wider cultural context and considers what it says about aloof architects and impersonal architecture.
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