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Old 19th September 2020, 05:07 AM
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Who: Before And After #165
Name: David Graham
Year(s): 1966 / 1979
Stories: The Gunfighters Episode 1: A Holiday For The Doctor - The Gunfighters Episode 3: Johnny Ringo / City Of Death Part 1 - City Of Death Part 3
Character(s): Charlie / Professor Fyodor Nikolai Kerensky
NOTE: Also appeared as a voice artist on a number of television stories [The Daleks / The Dalek Invasion of Earth / The Chase / Mission to the Unknown / The Daleks' Master Plan] and both cinema releases [Doctor Who And The Daleks / Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150AD]

Before Who:
Films - The Danger Within (1959), Crossroads to Crime (1960), The Pleasure Girls (1965)
Television - Four Feather Falls [30 episodes as various voices including Grandpa Ebenezer Twink, Fernando the Bandit, Big Ben the Bandit (1960), Supercar [39 episodes as various voices including Dr. Horatio Beaker and Mitch the Monkey (1961 - 1962)], Zero One: Guildpath, Sara And Hoppity [22 episodes as vatious voices (1962), Fireball XL-5 [39 episodes as various voices including Professor Matthew Matic, Lieutenant Ninety and Zoonie the Lazoon (1962)], The Avengers: Man in the Mirror*, The Sentimental Agent: The Beneficiary, The Saint: The Wonderful War, Crane: Epitaph for a Fat Woman, Kipling: The Tomb of His Ancestors, ITV Play of the Week: The Other Man, Stingray [39 episodes as vatious voices (1964 - 1965), The Saint: The Unkind Philanthropist*, Night Train to Surbiton, Danger Man: The Affair at Castelevara, The Man in Room 17: The Millions of Mazafariyah, Thunderbirds [32 episodes as various voices including Brains, Gordon Tracy and Parker (1965 - 1966)], Play of the Month: Lee Oswald - Assassin,

After Who:
Films - Thunderbird 6 (1966), Freelance (1975), Tenebre [Dubbed voice of Det. Germani in the English version] (1982), Leon the Pig Farmer (1992), Ivanhoe (1997)
Television - Quick Before They Catch Us: Power of Three, Out of the Unknown: The Prophet, Half Hour Story: Gone and Never Called Me Mother, Half Hour Story: Natural Justice, Late Night Horror: The Kiss of Blood, Mr. Rose: Free and Easy, Thirty Minute Theatre: Trial, Special Branch: Fool's Mate, Timeslip: The Year of the Burn Up, Ace of Wands: The Meddlers, Holly, Justice: Harriet Peterson Versus Dr. Moody, The Regiment: Famine, Moomin [77 episodes as voice of Snoke (1990 - 1991)], So Haunt Me [13 episodes as Mr. Bloom (1992 - 1994)], The Bill: Big Boy's Rules, Doctors: Fugue State, Pappa Pig [42 episodes as various voices including Grandpa Pig (2004 - 2019)], Ben And Holly's Little Kingdom [48 episodes as Wise Old Elf (2009 - 2020)], Thunderbirds Are Go* [40 episodes as Aloysius Parker [2015 - 2020]
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Old 20th September 2020, 05:00 AM
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Who: Before And After #166
Name: John Alderson
Year(s): 1966
Stories: The Gunfighters Episode 1: A Holiday For The Doctor - The Gunfighters Episode 4: The O.K. Coral
Character(s): Wyatt Earp

Before Who:
Films - The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel* (1951), The Highwayman (1951), Against All Flags (1952), The Desert Rats (1953), South Sea Woman (1953), Knock on Wood (1954), King Richard and the Crusaders (1954), Violent Saturday* (1955), Spoilers of the Forest (1957), Last Stagecoach West (1957), Young Lions (1958), Donovan's Reef (1963), The War Lord (1965)
Television - Boots and Saddles [37 episodes as Sgt. Bullock (1957 - 1958), Adventures in Paradise: The Color of Venom, Armchair Theatre: The Mystery of Martin Wheeler, Adventures in Paradise:
The Jonah Stone, Adventures in Paradise: Flamin' Lady, Adventures in Paradise, The Reluctant Hero, Tales of Wells Fargo: Who Lives by the Gun, Combat!: What Are the Bugles Blowin' For?, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: The City Beneath the Sea, The Man From UNCLE: The Gazebo in the Maze Affair, Play of the Month: Lee Oswald

After Who:
Films - Double Trouble (1967), The Hellfighters (1968), The Molly Maguires (1970), The Deserter (1971), You Can't Win 'Em All (1971), Blazing Saddles* (1974), The Klansman (1974), Valentino (1977), The Wild Geese (1978), Evil Under the Sun* (1982), Reunion at Fairbrorough (1985)
Television - F.B.I.: The Death Wind, The Time Tunnel: The Revenge of Robin Hood, Green Acres: Das Lumpen, Wild Wild West: The Night of the Falcon, Cowboy in Africa: A Man of Value, Mannix: Last Rites for Miss Emma, The Troubleshooters: Let's See the Colour of Your Money, Mission: Impossible: Hunted*, The Persuaders: Angie..Angie*, Night Gallery: Lindemann's Catch / A Feast of Blood / The Late Mr. Peddington, Play for Today: Kisses At Fifty, Kung Fu: The Third Man, The Beiderbecke Affair: The Beiderbecke Tapes
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Who: Before And After #167
Name: Anthony Jacobs
Year(s): 1966
Stories: The Gunfighters Episode 1: A Holiday For The Doctor - The Gunfighters Episode 4: The O.K. Coral
Character(s): Doc Holliday
NOTE: Is the father of Matthew Jacobs, who wrote the 1996 film 'Doctor Who'

Before Who:
Films - 1984 (1956), Bluebeards Ten Honeymoons* (1960), The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll (1960)
Television - Barbie [2 episodes as Mr. Studholme], Jesus of Nazareth [4 episodes as Judas Iscariot], The Black Tulip [5 episodes as Isaac Boxtel ], The Scarlet Pimpernel: Antoine & Antoinette, Television Playwright: The Dark Side of the Earth, The Adventures of Robin Hood: The Flying Sorcerer, The Four Just Men: The Slaver, International Detective: The Marino Case, Pen of My Aunt [6 episodes as Hotel Manager], Danger Man: Time to Kill*, ITV Play of the Week: Doctor Everyman's Hour, The Saint: The Charitable Countess*, Maigret: Poor Cecile!, Richard the Lionheart: The Peoples' King, Espionage: A Camel to Ride, ITV Play of the Week: A Case of Character, Madame Bovary [3 episodes as L'heureux], ITV Play of the Week: Finesse in Diamonds, The Rise and Fall of César Birotteau: Give Us This Day, For Whom the Bell Tolls: The Bridge,



After Who:
Films - Arabesque* (1966), The File of the Golden Goose (1969)
Television - Play of the Month: The Devil's Eggshell, Sinister Street: Cloisters and War, Roads to Freedom: The Reprieve, Lord Peter Wimsey: Clouds of Witness, War and Peace* [7 episodes as Prince Bolkonsky], Survivors: Manhunt


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Old 21st September 2020, 03:06 PM
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EXCLUSIVE: BBC 'CURRENTLY PLANNING' TO SHOW DOCTOR WHO SPECIAL AT CHRISTMAS / TV Zone UK

"Exclusive: The BBC are 'currently planning' to show the Doctor Who special - titled Revolution Of The Daleks - on Christmas Day 2020.


A source told TVZoneUK that the BBC is hoping it will provide some much needed escapism over the festive period, and they're "currently planning" to air the special on Christmas Day, but a final decision is yet to be made.

The special episode was recorded in 2019, before the Coronavirus Pandemic. This means it will be one of the only new programmes to air over Christmas which will not show the cast needing to social distance.

The BBC previously announced that it will not air the traditional Strictly Come Dancing Christmas special, however there will be a special 'best of' compilation instead - potentially opening up a slot on Christmas Day.

The special would become the first Doctor Who episode to be shown at Christmas since 2017. From 2018, the specials were moved to New Year's Day.

The episode stars Jodie Whittaker as The Doctor, Bradley Walsh as Graham, Mandip Gill as Yaz and Tosin Cole as Ryan. The one-off special will see the return of one of the Doctor’s biggest and most feared enemies - the Daleks. The BBC are yet to announce the supporting cast, however it is widely believed that John Barrowman is to reprise his role as Captain Jack Harkness.

When the BBC announced the special in March, Showrunner Chris Chibnall said: "We can’t leave the Doctor there! On that cliffhanger! Well, we did. But rest assured, the Doctor and her friends will be back for a one-off extended special around Christmas and New Year. (I don’t know when they’re going to put it on yet, otherwise we’d tell you!). There will be Daleks. There will be exterminations. Thrills, laughter, tears. You know. The usual. See you at the end of the year."

Charlotte Moore, Director BBC Content, said: "I can't wait for the Doctor to go into battle with the ultimate enemy in this year's Daleks festive special."

Last week, it was revealed that production on Series 13 is to begin next month, with possible delay to the air dates. For more on this, click here.

The BBC's Christmas schedule will not be officially confirmed until mid-November, meaning the air date of the Doctor Who special is subject to change and is not confirmed."
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Old 21st September 2020, 08:28 PM
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Was desperate last night after turning off a couple of movies, so I decided to give The Faceless Ones another go, watched the first two episodes, this time the black and white version. Enjoyed it a lot more this time, will carry on with it next week.
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Old 22nd September 2020, 05:02 AM
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Who: Before And After #168a
Name: Reed De Rouen
Year(s): 1966
Stories: The Gunfighters Episode 3: Johnny Ringo - The Gunfighters Episode 4: The O.K. Coral
Character(s): Pa Clanton
NOTE: Alongside Jon Pertwee, co-wrote an un-produced story for the 8 series entitled 'The Spare-Part People'

Before Who:
Films - Scotland Yard Inspector (1952), Blood Orange* (1953), The One That Got Away (1958), The Naked Fury (1959), The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw (1959), There Was a Crooked Man (1960), The Hand (1960)
Television - The Silver Sword: Jan in Trouble, The Invisible Man: The White Rabbit, Interpol Calling: Act of Piracy, Armchair Theatre: The Man Out There, Drama 61: Edge of Truth, The Avengers: The Far Distant Dead, The Avengers: The Removal Men*, Play of the Month: Lee Oswald



After Who:
Films - Billion Dollar Brain (1967)
Television - Man in a Suitcase: Night Flight to Andorra
Who: Before And After #168b
Name: Laurence Payne
Year(s): 1966 / 1980 / 1985
Stories: The Gunfighters Episode 3: Johnny Ringo - The Gunfighters Episode 4: The O.K. Coral / The Leisure Hive Part 1 / The Two Doctors Part 1 - The Two Doctors Part 3
Character(s): Johnny Ringo / Morix / Dastari, Space Station Camera Voice

Before Who:
Films - Train of Events (1949), Ill Met by Moonlight (1956), The Trollenberg Terror* (1958), A Tale of Two Cities* (1958), Ben-Hur (1959), The Court Martial of Major Keller (1961), The Third Alibi (1961), Crosstrap (1961), The Mystery Submarine (1963), The Tell-Tale Heart (1963)
Television - The Three Musketters [6 episodes as D'Artagnan], ITV Play of the Week: Captain Carvallo, The Trollenberg Terror [6 episodes as Philip Truscott], The Third Man: Death in Small Installments, The Sunday Play: The Fanatics, Interpol Calling: Cargo of Death, The Four Just Men: The Godfather, On Trial: Spencer Cowper, Tales of Mystery: The Woman's Ghost Story, Z Cars: The Big Catch, Moonstrike: A Clear Field, Midnight Men: Promise to Kill, The Midnight Men [6 episodes as Col. Andrev], It's a Woman's World: Julie, The Man in Room 17: Confidential Report

After Who:
Films - Vampire Circus* (1972)
Television - The Saint: The Convenient Monster*, ITV Play of the Week: The Sleeping Partner, Sexton Blake [60 episodes as Sexton Blake (1967 - 1971)], The Brontes of Haworth: The Little King, Thriller: One Deadly Owner*, Tales of The Unexpected: Back for Christmas, Tales of The Unexpected: Who's Got the Lady?


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Old 22nd September 2020, 12:07 PM
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October 15th.

The Wintertime Paradox: Festive Stories From The World of Doctor Who


The incredible stories of Doctor Who Christmases past, present and future… Did you know Davros and the Doctor met for three Christmases, on different planets, across time and space?

Have you heard the one about the time the Plasmavores came to pay a festive visit? This thrilling anthology presents a fantastic collection of adventures through time and space, featuring the best-loved characters and places from the Doctor Who world.The perfect stories for the bleakest – and sometimes brightest – time of the year, these festive, thrilling and often moving tales make the ideal gift for Doctor Who fans and young sci-fi lovers alike.

Dave Rudden is a former actor, teacher and time-displaced Viking currently living in Dublin. He is the author of the award-winning Knights of the Borrowed Dark trilogy, and enjoys cats, adventure and being cruel to fictional children. A lifelong Doctor Who fan, Dave is also author of Twelve Angels Weeping.

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