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Old 7th May 2021, 05:57 AM
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It seems that an animated 'Galaxy 4' is on the way

Lost Doctor Who episodes starring William Hartnell regenerated as cartoons / Daily Mirror
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Old 7th May 2021, 07:42 AM
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Was just about to post that!
We're still waiting to get confirmation on Evil and Snowmen (though that leaked Evil storyboards thing on YT last month seems to indicate that one at least is true).
Galaxy 4 isn't the most hyped tale but it seems quite good from the extant episode and just getting a Hartnell animated at last is exciting!
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Who: Before And After #395
Name: Richard Franklin (1936 - )
Year(s): 1971 / 1971 - 1972 / 1972 / 1973 / 1974 / 1983 [42 episodes]
Stories: Terror Of The Autons episode 1 – The Claws Of Axos episode 4 / The Daemons episode 1 – Day Of The Daleks episode 4 / The Time Monster episode 1 – The Time Monster episode 4 / The Green Death episode 4 – The Green Death episode 6 / Planet Of The Spiders episode 1 – Planet Of The Spiders episode 6 / The Five Doctors
Can't believe you missed Invasion of the Dinosaurs which was the most Mike Yates centric story of all.

We are only human after all but it still made me smile.
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A publicity image from Vengeance on Varos (1985) with Peri (Nicola Bryant) and a chained Jondar (Jason Connery)

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Can't believe you missed Invasion of the Dinosaurs which was the most Mike Yates centric story of all.

We are only human after all but it still made me smile.
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In memory of Andre Maranne (1926-2021)

Played Roger Benoit in the 1967 story 'The Moonbase'

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Old 8th May 2021, 04:49 AM
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Who: Before And After #396
Name: Frank Mills (1927 - 2021)
Year(s): 1971
Stories: Terror Of The Autons episode 1
Character(s): Radio Telescope Director

Before Who:
Films: The Road to Carey Street (1960)
Television: Murder Bag [2 episodes (1958)] / Quatermass and the Pit: The Halfmen (1958) / Quatermass and the Pit: Hob (1959) / Spy-Catcher [3 episodes as Corporal (1959-1961)] / BBC Sunday-Night Play: The Alderman (1962) / The Avengers: The Charmers (1964) / Taxi!: Two-Five-Two (1964) / Redcap: Epitaph for a Sweat (1964) / Dixon of Dock Green [6 episodes, different characters (1964-1972)] / The Plane Makers: A Lesson for Corbett (1964) / Public Eye: 'And a Very Fine Fiddle Has He' (1965) / Undermind: Instance One (1965) / Emergency-Ward 10 (1966) / ITV Play of the Week: The First Thing You Think Of (1966) / The Power Game: The Switch (1966)/ ITV Playhouse: A Bit of Discretion (1968) / The Power Game: One Via Zurich (1969) / Adventure Weekly: Take-Over (1969) / The Tingaree Affair [7 episodes as Eddy Tayalor (1969)] / Castle Haven (1969) / Softly Softly: Dead Aboard (1969) / A Handful of Thieves [4 episodes as Mr. Gribble (1969)] / Hardy Heating Company Ltd [4 episodes as Wilf Appleby (1970)] / The Wednesday Play: Chariot of Fire (1970) / The Main Chance: The Piper Calls the Tune (1970) / Z Cars [7 episodes, different characters (1970-1977)] / Rules, Rules, Rules: Law and Order (1970)

After Who:
Films: The Treasure of Abbot Thomas (1974), Three Men in a Boat (1975), The Glitterball (1977), An Honourable Retirement (1979), Rough Cut (1980), The Missionary (1982), Witness for the Prosecution (1982), The Tale of Beatrix Potter (1982), Flying Into the Wind (1983), Champions (1984), Bones (1985), Bellman and True (1987), Closing Numbers (1993), The Young Poisoner's Handbook (1995), The Tribe (1998), The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (2001), Bodywork (2001), Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War (2002), The Many Lives of Albert Walker (2002), Wondrous Oblivion (2003), Oliver Twist (2005)
Television: Hine: The Little White Lady (1971) / Budgie: Everybody Loves a Baby (1971) / ITV Sunday Night Theatre: Square One (1971) / Jamie: Ettercap (1971) / The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes: A Message from the Deep Sea (1971) / The Frighteners: You Remind Me of Someone (1972) / Villains: Grass (1972) / The Onedin Line: Yellow Jack (1972) / Justice: One for the Road (1973) / Away from It All: The Ripening Seed (1973) / New Scotland Yard: Bullet in a Haystack (1973) / Jane Eyre (1973) / Softly Softly - Task Force: Skipper's Walk (1973) / Sam [9 episodes as Toby Wilson (1973-1974)] / Sporting Scenes: England, Their England (1973) / Within These Walls: The Walls Came Tumbling Down (1974) / Bedtime Stories: Goldilocks and the Three Bears (1974) / The Aweful Mr. Goodall: Loyalty in My Honour (1974) / Fall of Eagles: Tell the King the Sky Is Falling (1974) / Village Hall: Old Scores (1975) / Ten from the Twenties: Fanny and Annie (1975) / Zigger Zagger (1975) / The Wild West Show: The Magnificent Eight (1975) / North & South [2 episodes as Williams (1975)] / The Glittering Prizes: A Past Life (1976) / Bill Brand: You Wanna Be a Hero, Get Yourself a White Horse (1976) / Rentaghost (1976) / General Hospital: The Needle (1976) / Killers: The Blazing Car Murder (1976) / The Expert: Blood Line (1976) / The Sweeney: May (1976) / The Crezz [3 episodes as George Smith (1976)] / Holding On [2 episodes as Alf Harris (1977)] / Centre Play: Kipper (1977) / Warship: Operation Sting-Ray (1977) / Out of Bounds [5 episodes as Mr. Robson (1977)] / Jubilee: Age of Hypocrisy (1977) / 1990: Whatever Happened to Cardinal Wolsey? (1977) / Out: It Must Be the Suit (1978) / The Law Centre: Friday the Thirteenth (1978) / All Creatures Great and Small: Attendant Problems (1978) / Premiere: Freedom of the Dig (1978) / Tycoon: Sleeping on Grass (1978) / BBC2 Play of the Week: The Vanishing Army (1978) / Crown Court: Cowboy (1979) / Flambards [9 episodes as Fowler (1979)] / Sally Ann [6 episodes as Major Gibbs (1979)] / The Good Companions [9 episodes as Jimmy Nunn (1980-1981)] / Jackanory Playhouse: The Maze of Mistra (1981) / Smuggler: Hogshead (1981) / Strangers: The Loneliness of the Long Distance Copper (1981) / Play for Today: Country (1981) / Nanny [5 episodes as Frank Rudd (1981-1982)] / BBC2 Playhouse: Keeping in Touch (1982) / Juliet Bravo: Betrayals (1982) / The Gentle Touch: Cause and Effect (1982) / Squadron: Mascot (1982) / By the Sword Divided [6 episodes as Matthew Saltmarsh (1983)] / Rumpole of the Bailey [4 episodes as Fig Newton (1983-1991)] / Bergerac: A Cry in the Night (1984) / The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Blue Carbuncle (1984) / Big Deal [24 episodes as Gil Roach (1984-1986)] / Mitch: Saturday Night (1984) / Screen Two: The Burston Rebellion (1985) / Miss Marple - A Pocket Full of Rye* (1985) / Home to Roost: Small Change (1985) / Lovejoy: The Firefly Cage (1986) / Farrington of the F.O.: The Defector (1986) / The Bretts: Forbidden Fruit (1987) / Hannay: Death with Due Notice (1988) / News at Twelve [4 episodes as Vernon Henderson (1988)] / The Franchise Affair [2 episodes as Albert (1988)] / Bust: Round-Up (1988) / The Bill [5 episodes, different characters (1988-1996)] / South of the Border (1988) / The Real Eddy English [4 episodes as Derek (1989)] / Campion: Sweet Danger (1990) / Wish Me Luck (1990) / El C.I.D.: Getting Even (1990) / Screenplay: Redemption (1991) / Love Hurts: Crawling from the Wreckage (1992) / Hope It Rains: Music (1992) / Screen One: Seconds Out (1992) / London's Burning [2 episodes as Reg (1992)] / Kinsey: Drop Shot (1992) / Minder: Gone with the Winchester (1993) / The Chief (1993) / Alleyn Mysteries: Death in a White Tie (1993) / Between the Lines: Honourable Men (1993) / Harry (1993) / Grange Hill [2 episodes as Ron (1994)] / The Gambling Man [2 episodes as Mr. Kean (1995)] / Cardiac Arrest [4 episodes as Alf Grocott (1995)] / Coronation Street [60 episodes as Billy Williams (1995-1997)] / Hetty Wainthropp Investigates [5 episodes as Frank Wainthropp (1998)] / Peak Practice: Comrades in Arms (1999) / Midsomer Murders [3 episodes, different characters (1999-2006)] / Casualty: Looking After Number One (1999) / Where the Heart Is: Modern Love (2000) / Always and Everyone: Against the State (2002) / The Last Detective: Lofty (2003) / New Tricks: Good Work Rewarded* (2004) / The Brief [4 episodes as Alfie (2004)] / The Royal: For Better, for Worse (2004) / Holby City [4 episodes as Frank Williams (2005)] / The Palace [2 episodes as Jack 'Dobbsy' Dobbs (2008)] / Foyle's War: All Clear (2008) / Minder: Thank Your Lucky Stars (2009) / Heartbeat: Return Crossing (2009)
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Jean Marsh as Sara Kingdom in a publicity photo for The Daleks' Master Plan (1965)

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Apparently this is the Oxfam shop in Edinburgh!

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^ I'd love to know how much an individual Target novel is going for.

Oxfam are not cheap.
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