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Old 13th January 2021, 03:59 PM
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Who: Before And After #282
Name: Victor Maddern
Year(s): 1968
Stories: Fury From The Deep episode 1 - Fury From The Deep episode 6
Character(s): John Robson

Before Who:
Films - Operation Disaster (1950), Pool of London (1950), Seven Days to Noon (1950), I'll Never Forget You (1951), The Franchise Affair (1951), High Treason (1951), His Excellancy (1951), Angels One-Five (1952), The Planter's Wife (1952), Top Secret (1952), Street of Shadows (1953), Time Bomb* (1953), The Malta Story (1953), The Shadow Man (1953), Single Handed (1953), Good Beginning (1953), The End of the Affair (1954), Carrington VC (1954), The Sea Shall Not Have Them (1954), Raising a Riot (1955), The Night My Number Came Up (1955), Josephine and Men (1955), The Cockleshell Heroes (1955), Footsteps in the Fog (1955), Child in the House (1956), The Last Man to Hang (1956), A Hill in Korea (1956), Man in the Sky (1956), Private's Progress (1956), The Safecracker (1957), Saint Joan (1957), Seven Waves Away (1957), All at Sea (1957), Happy is the Bride (1957), Son of a Stranger (1957), Strangers Meeting (1957), The Square Peg (1958), I Was Monty's Double (1958), Dunkirk (1958), Blood of the Vampire* (1958), Carve Her Name with Pride (1958), The Desperate Man (1959), Please Turn Over (1959), The Siege of Pinchgut (1959), I'm All Right Jack (1959), Light Up the Sky! (1960), Sink the Bismarck! (1960), Skywatch (1960), Crossroads to Crime (1960), Exodus (1960), Carry On Regardless (1960), Carry On Constable (1960), Watch Your Stern (1960), Let's Get Married (1960), Raising the Wind (1961), On the Fiddle (1961), The Petticoat Pirates (1961), Operation Snafu (1961), H.M.S. Defiant (1962), Carry On Spying (1964), Carry On Cleo (1964), Bunny Lake is Missing (1965), Rotten to the Core (1965), Run Like a Thief (1966), Circus of Fear (1966), The Magnificent Two (1967), The Cuckoo Patrol (1967)

Television: Jesus of Nazareth: Jesus the King / Dick and the Duchess: The Club / Sunday Play: Twentieth Century Theatre: Journey's End / Armchair Theatre: Hold My Hand, Soldier / Mess Mates [13 episodes as 'Tug' Nelson] / The Adventures of Robin Hood: The Charm Pedlar / ITV Television Playhouse: The Bad One / Fair Exchange [21 episodes as Tommy Finch (1962-1963)] / The Plane Makers: Any More for the Skylark? / Perry Mason: Case of the Floating Stones / The Larkins [2 episodes as Vic] / Story Parade: The Unknown Citizen / Dave's Kingdom [8 episodes, various parts] / Gideon's Way: Fall High, Fall Hard / Our Man at St. Marks: A Funny Thing Happened to Amanda / The Avengers: The Thirteenth Hole* / The Saint: The Fast Women* / The Wednesday Play: Another Day, Another Dollar / The Revenue Men: The Money Man / The Prisoner: Hammer Into Anvil

After Who:
Films - The Lost Continent* (1968), Bush Baby (1968), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang* (1968), The Decline and Fall of a Birdwatcher (1969), The Magic Christian (1969), Cromwell (1970), Steptoe & Son (1972), Digby The Biggest Dog in the World (1973), Carry On Emmannuelle (1978), Around The World In 80 Days (1989), Defrosting the Fridge (1989), Freddie as F.R.0.7 [Voice only] (1992)

Television - The Ugliest Girl in Town: Up the Thames Without a Paddle / The Saint: The Scales of Justice / Journey to the Unknown: One on an Island / Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased): A Sentimental Journey* / Thirty Minute Theatre: Good Times / Never Mind the Quality, Feel the Width: Only Four Can Play / Softly, Softly: Do Me a Favour / Six Dates with Barker: 2774 AD: All the World's a Stooge / The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder: Death of an Angel / Paul Temple: With Friends Like You, Who Needs Enemies? / Justice: The Most Important Thing of All / Saturday Night Theatre: The Signalman's Apprentice / Frighteners: The Disappearing Man / Short Story: Three Card Trick / Armchair Theatre: A Fluid Arrangement / The Adventures of Black Beauty: Father and Son / Carry On Laughing: Orgy & Bess / Carry On Laughing: The Nine Old Cobblers / Carry On Laughing: Under the Round Table / Odd Man Out: Sink or Swim / People Like Us [3 episodes as Mr. Billings] / Together [20 episodes as Harry Klein] / Agatha Christie's Marple: The Moving Finger* / The Beiderbecke Affair: Beiderbecke Tapes / C.A.B. [6 episodes as Private Tripe] / The Darling Buds of May: Oh! To Be in England
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Old 14th January 2021, 10:55 AM
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There's trouble approaching for the Rev Wainwright (Nicholas Parsons) in The Curse of Fenric (1989)

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Who: Before And After #283a
Name: June Murphy
Year(s): 1968 / 1972
Stories: Fury From The Deep episode 1 - Fury From The Deep episode 4, Fury From The Deep episode 6 / The Sea Devils episode 1 - The Sea Devils episode 6
Character(s): Maggie Harris / Jane Blythe
NOTE: Was married to Who actor Brian Cullingford

Before Who:
Films - The Deadly Affair (1966)

Television: Harpers West One / Compact [26 episodes as Maureen] / Z Cars: The Big Catch / The Avengers: Traitor in Zebra* / The Human Jungle: The Lost Hours / The Londoners: The Frighteners / Wednesday Play: Cock, Hen and Courting Pit

After Who:
Films - None
Television - None
Who: Before And After #283b
Name: John Garvin
Year(s): 1968
Stories: Fury From The Deep episode 1
Character(s): Carney

Before Who:
Films - None
Television: Out of This World: The Dark Star / Suspense: Souvenir / Badger's Bend / Emergency-Ward 10 [3 episodes as Dr. Morris] / The Plane Makers: In the Book / No Hiding Place: The Write-off / Story Parade: The Unknown Citizen / It's a Woman's World: Julie / Undermind: Intent to Destroy / Dixon of Dock Green [4 episodes, different characters (1966-1969)] / The Wednesday Play: The Portsmouth Defence / The Wednesday Play: A Pyre for Private James / The Wednesday Play: Little Master Mind / Adam Adamant Lives!: The Tunnel of Death

After Who:
Films - None
Television - The Saint: The People Importers* / Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased): When Did You Start to Stop Seeing Things? / Saturday Night Theatre: The Last Journey / The Public Eye: The Bankrupt / Thriller: In the Steps of a Dead Man* / The Citadel [2 episodes as Dr. Bramwell]
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Russell T Davies Filmed New Doctor Who Dalek Scenes For "It's A Sin" / Bleeding Cool News

"Russell T Davies may be best known as the man who brought back Doctor Who to the BBC, cast Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant as the Doctor, and brought Billie Piper, Freema Agyeman, Jack Barrowman and Catherine Tate into the TARDIS. But he is also known as the writer and creator of several major television shows including Queer As Folk, Bob And Rose, The Second Coming, Casanova, Cucumber and the recent Years And Years. And has had a habit of getting Doctor Who references in, where he can. Queer As Folk especially had a lead character obsessed with the show, to the extent that rattling off the actors who had played the lead became a seduction technique, including the classic refrain "Paul McGann doesn't count".

Which is how, in the 80s-set drama It's A Sin due to air on Channel 4 in ten days, Russell T Davies wrote the character of Richie played by Olly Alexander as getting a part on the TV show Doctor Who, and filming a scene with Daleks. You can take the man out of the TARDIS, but you can't take the TARDIS out of the man. The show is also being produced by Phil Collinson who also produced all of Russell T Davies' Doctor Who. And the director is Peter Hoar who directed Matt Smith episode; A Good Man Goes To War.
Russell T Davies Filmed New Doctor Who Dalek Scenes For "It's A Sin"

The show sees a scene from the Peter Davison Doctor Who story Resurrection Of The Daleks with a little of the Sylvester McCoy Remembrance of the Daleks, recreated as the fictional Regression Of The Daleks for It's A Sin, with a Dalek / human shootout in space ship airlock, with Olly's character cast as one of the humans, Trooper Linden, rather than a Dalek operator.

Russell T Davies tells Doctor Who Magazine #560 that it's not just some kind of an in-joke for him, but a memorial for Dursley McLinden, who played RAF Sergeant Mike Smith in Sylvester McCoy's Doctor Who. who died of AIDS-related illnesses in 1995. "He became very wonderful in his AIDS activism when he was ill," Russell remembers, "but to me, he was that boy from Remembrance of the Daleks. That's why I knew I had to write a Dalek scene in It's a Sin. I didn't do it as a joke. it's not me going, 'Hooray, let's get a few pages in Doctor Who Magazine.' It, literally, felt natural. I was really desperate to do it. It's a little smile towards Dursley, who I loved. I did it for Dursley."

Doctor Who Magazine #560 is out now, published by Panini UK. It's A Sin airs on Channel 4 on January 22nd, and on All4 player after that."
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^ Some really good pics of the Daleks on set in the latest Doctor Who magazine which came out last week.
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The cover to the seventh Doctor and Ace BBC novel The Hollow Men, published in April 1998, written by Keith Topping and Martin Day. The story is a sequel to the fifth Doctor adventure The Awakening.

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Who: Before And After #284
Name: Hubert Rees
Year(s): 1968 / 1969 / 1976
Stories: Fury From The Deep episode 1 - Fury From The Deep episode 6 / The War Games episode 1 - The War Games episode 3 / The Seeds Of Doom part 1 - The Seeds Of Doom part 2
Character(s): Chief Engineer / Captain Ransom / John Stevenson

Before Who:
Films - None
Television: The House Under the Water [3 episodes as Esmond Delahaye] / Barbara in Black [6 episodes as PC Evans] / Richard the Lionheart: The Lord of Kerak / Suspense: The Edge of Reason / Taxi!: Benefit of the Doubt / Suspense: The Rescuers / Compact: Play on Crime / Ring Out an Alibi [3 episodes as PC Penry] / Conqueror's Road [2 episodes as Gomer Griffiths] / Softly Softly: Equal Status

After Who:
Films - Under Milk Wood* (1971), Unman, Wittering and Zigo (1971), Agatha (1978), The Great Train Robbery (1978), The Sweeney 2* (1978), The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (1981), The Hound of the Baskervilles (1982), Champions (1983), Defence of the Realm (1985), Darklands (1997)

Television - Paul Temple: Who Dies Next / Thirty Minute Theatre: All My Own Army / Menace: The Straight and Narrow / Owen, M.D. [2 episodes as Edward Cooper] / The Public Eye [4 episodes as George (1971-1975)] / Fish [4 episodes as PC Sam Morgan] / Centre Play: Dummy Run / The Inheritors [3 episodes as Houghton] / The Sweeney: Thou Shalt Not Kill / The Duchess of Duke Street: A Test of Love / Van der Valk: Accidental / Two People [4 episodes as Headmaster] / The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby [3 episodes as Ned Cheeryble] / The Baker Street Boys [7 episodes as Dr. Watson] / By the Sword Divided: This War Without an Enemy / Chance in a Million [2 episodes as Cecil] / Casualty: Lifelines* / The New Statesman: Baa Baa Black Sheep / Dandelion Dead [4 episodes as Governor] / Cardiac Arrest [2 episodes as Brigadier Crichton]
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Tina Packer poses for a publicity photo for her role as Anne Travers in The Web of Fear (1968)

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