It's sad that adults can be more childish than children about such things like what department gets to change the clock hands or who can move a chair around on the set.
On those rare occasions that Doctor Who was filmed outside of the studio those stories like Seeds of Doom, Pyramids of Mars and City of Death usually became fan favorites and are well remembered for their beautiful backdrops and lush scenery. From the few clips I've seen of Shada it was well on it's way to joining the ranks of those well loved stories and in the end could have even topped ' City of Death ' in popularity. Those poor "Who singers" as Mr. Baker called them in his book, . Just imagine the thrill they felt at being seen in a Doctor Who story only to have it dashed to the ground because a bunch of numb skulls couldn't come to terms over something so silly - i bet they even argued over who got to make the tea
Are you suggesting coconuts migrate?