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Old 1st February 2021, 11:26 AM
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Old 1st February 2021, 07:43 PM
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Saw Spearhead from Space again last night. Thoroughly enjoyed it all over again, proper classic oldschool Who. The remastered Blu ray's picture quality is so blindingly good it's almost distracting, though less so this time than the first time I saw it. Still a favourite.
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Old 2nd February 2021, 05:13 AM
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Who: Before And After #301a
Name: Giles Block
Year(s): 1968
Stories: The Dominators episode 1 - The Dominators episode 5
Character(s): Teel
NOTE: Is the brother of Who actor Timothy Block

Before Who:
Films: Julius Caesar (1964)
Television: Redcap: The Orderly Officer / Mystery and Imagination: The Tractate Middoth / Vanity Fair: The Famous Little Becky Puppet / The Public Eye: Mercury in an Off-White Mac

After Who:
Films: None
Television: The Jazz Age: Mister Jack Hollins Against Fate / Kate: A Little Learning / Armchair Theatre: Office Party* / The Sextet: Night Duty

Who: Before And After #301b
Name: Johnson Bayly
Year(s): 1968
Stories: The Dominators episode 1 - The Dominators episode 4
Character(s): Balan

Before Who:
Films: Spy of Napoleon (1936), Richard of Bordeaux (1957), How to Murder a Rich Uncle (1957), After the Ball (1957)
Television: Dixon of Dock Green: London Pride / The Avengers: The Big Thinker* / Armchair Theatre: The Big Ride, Armchair Theatre: The Monkey and the Mohawk / Armchair Theatre: The Girl in the Picture / Compact [4 episodes as Ludovic Windsor] / 199 Park Lane [2 episodes as Sir Charles Lester] / Z Cars: The Luck of the Game: Z Cars: The Nose on Your Face / All Gas and Gaiters: The Bishop Gives a Shove

After Who:
Films: None
Television: The Elusive Pimpernel [2 episodes as Abbe Foucquet] / The Donati Conspiracy / General Hospital [2 episodes asGeorge Keeton]
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Old 2nd February 2021, 05:58 AM
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DWM issue 561

This issue contains a free Target book (although the cover price of the mag is 9:99)!

It's *thought* that the book - 'The Library of Time' - is actually an anthology of extracts from the upcoming Target books - 'The Pirate Planet', 'The Television Movie', 'The Crimson Horror' and 'The Witchfinders' - rather than a proper full length story
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Old 2nd February 2021, 01:31 PM
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Saw Spearhead from Space again last night. Thoroughly enjoyed it all over again, proper classic oldschool Who. The remastered Blu ray's picture quality is so blindingly good it's almost distracting, though less so this time than the first time I saw it. Still a favourite.
One of the best Auton stories, great stuff. Amazing to think that the story was all shot on location, due to a BBC strike. The story runs along at a great pace, and feels really modern in it's execution. Direction is pretty decent too. Though the camera lighting in places is a little too bright, but overall is a gem of a story, and not a whiff of gender politics or bad scripting. I'll have to watch it again with Terror of the Autons.
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Old 2nd February 2021, 07:33 PM
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February 2nd 1985 - 36 years ago today, The Rani first appeared on the show

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February 2nd 1985 - 36 years ago today, The Rani first appeared on the show

I remember watching this , god I feel old!
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Who: Before And After #302
Name: Walter Fitzgerald
Year(s): 1968
Stories: The Dominators episode 2 - The Dominators episode 4
Character(s): Senex

Before Who:
Films: Murder at Covent Garden (1932), Under Suspicion (1939), To Hell with Hitler (1940), In Which We Serve (1942), Great Day (1945), Mine Own Executioner (1947), A Woman of No Importance (1948), The Fallen Idol (1948), Blanche Fury (1948), The Winslow Boy (1948), Treasure Island* (1950), Flesh & Blood (1951), The Cruel Sea (1953), The Adventures Of Sadie (1953), Appointment in London (1953), Twice Upon a Time (1953), Net (1953), Front Page Story (1954), Personal Affair (1954), The Pickwick Papers (1954), Lease of Life (1954), Cockleshell Heroes (1955), Around the World in 80 Days (1956), The Birthday Present (1957), Something of Value (1957), Camp on Blood Island* (1958), Darby O'Gill and the Little People (1959), Third Man on the Mountain (1959), H.M.S. Defiant (1962), We Joined the Navy (1962), Decision at Midnight (1965)

Television: BBC Sunday Night Theatre: The Cathedral / The Six Proud Walkers [6 episodes as Joey Walker] / Omnibus: She Stoops to Conquer / Nom-de-Plume: Friend of the People / Dick and the Duchess: The Club / Big Guns [6 episodes as J. Philimore Sparkes] / ITV Play of the Week: A Room with a View / The Invisible Man: Odds Against Death / Paul of Tarsus [5 episodes as Simon Peter] / Armchair Theatre: Mug's Game / Detective: A Connoisseur's Case / The Airbase: Peace at Any Price /

After Who:
Films: None
Television: The Wednesday Play: A Bit of Crucifixion, Father / Mr. Rose: The Jolly Good Fellow / BBC Play of the Month: Mary, Queen Of Scots / Z Cars: One End of the Road
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