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Old 30th May 2021, 10:13 AM
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The Doctor (Colin Baker) in a subtle disguise in Attack of the Cybermen (1985)

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The Doctor (Colin Baker) in a subtle disguise in Attack of the Cybermen (1985)

He truly *is* a master of disguise

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Old 31st May 2021, 07:27 AM
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Who: Before And After #419
Name: John Line (1931 - 2018)
Year(s): 1971
Stories: Colony In Space episode 1
Character(s): Martin
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  • Had previously appeared as John Ladiver in the 1965 stage play The Curse Of The Daleks
  • Appeared as Professor Vanderlyn in the 2008 audio adaptation of The Curse Of The Daleks

Before Who:
Films: Rupert of Hentzau (1957), Young, Willing and Eager (1961), St. Patrick's Day (1961), Dangerous Afternoon (1961)
Television: Theatre Night: How Say You? (1959) / The Pursuers: The Poacher (1961) / Compact: Personal Problem (1962) / Emergency-Ward 10 [78 episodes as Andrew Shaw (1962-1964)] / No Hiding Place: One Redeeming Feature (1964) / The Sullavan Brothers: You Can't Win (1965) / Z Cars: Another Fairy Tale (1965) / Front Page Story: Down Among the Dead Men (1965) / R3: In Your Own Back Yard (1965) / The Wednesday Play: The Trial and Torture of Sir John Rampayne (1965) / Out of the Unknown: Thirteen to Centaurus* (1965) / Knock on Any Door: Pig Iron Johnny (1966) / Softly Softly: Identity Unknown (1968) / The Power Game: The Goose Chase (1969) / Armchair Theatre: The Story-teller (1969) / Love Story: Ensign to the Cannon Proud (1969) / Hadleigh [2 episodes as Alistair Morley (1969)] / Dixon of Dock Green: Notify If Found (1969) / ITV Sunday Night Theatre: The Full Cheddar (1969) / Kate [3 episodes as Philip Clay (1970)] / Ryan International: Woman on the Move (1970) / Merry-Go-Round: The Raven and the Cross (1971) / Paul Temple: The Specialists* (1971)

After Who:
Films: Another Country (1984), Breakout (1984), Crust (2003), My Last Five Girlfriends (2009)
Television: Justice: When Did You First Feel the Pain? (1971) / The Onedin Line: A Very Important Passenger (1971) / Treasure Over the Water [3 episodes as Mr. Moss (1972)] / Crossroads [3 episodes as Dr. Ryan (1972)] / The Man Who Was Hunting Himself (1972) / Colditz: Murder? (1973) / General Hospital [3 episodes as Dr. Robertson (1973)] / Harriet's Back in Town [2 episodes as the Vicar (1973)] / Thriller: Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are* (1974) / Moody and Pegg: She - The Belle of the Ball (1974) / Oil Strike North [4 episodes as Atkins (1975)] / Warship: The Buccaneer (1976) / Survivors: Face of the Tiger (1976) / Striker [2 episodes as Charles (1976)] / Out of Bounds [4 episodes as Dr. Parkin (1977)] / Jubilee: Nanny's Boy (1977) / Wings: Heroes (1978) / Secret Army: Guests at God's Table (1978) / The Sandbaggers: Sometimes We Play Dirty Too (1980) / Ladykillers: Don't Let Them Kill Me on Wednesday (1980) / A Tale of Two Cities (1980) / To Serve Them All My Days [4 episodes as Garside (1980-1981)] / Sunday Night Thriller: Dark Secret (1981) / Crown Court: Foul Play (1981) / Blood Money (1981) / County Hall (1982) / The Brack Report (1982) / The Professionals: Operation Susie (1982) / Storyboard: Lytton's Diary (1983) / Juliet Bravo: Guilt (1983) / Poor Little Rich Girls: Tit for Tat (1984) / Howards' Way (1989) / EastEnders [2 episodes as Funeral Director (1990)] / The Bill: The Square Peg (1991) / Brookside [3 episodes as John Swift (1995)] / The Famous Five: Five Go to Billycock Hill (1997) / The Grand (1998) / Barbara: Tyres (2000)
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A publicity shot for 2011's opening episodes The Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon ,featuring Alex Kingston as River Song, Arthur Darvill as Rory, Matt Smith as the Doctor and Karen Gillan as Amy.

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Tom Baker's The Curator Returns for UNIT: Nemesis

"Doctor Who icon Tom Baker's mysterious Under Gallery Curator returns this November to aid UNIT in the upcoming Big Finish Productions audio drama release UNIT: Nemesis.

With Jemma Redgrave's Kate Stewart and Ingrid Oliver's Osgood returning for service, the alien-packed adventures find the UNIT team taking on the Ice Warriors and battling malevolent Time Lord the Eleven (Mark Bonnar) through the streets of Edinburgh and beyond


The new four-box-set arc of Doctor Who spinoff adventures is set to release later this year

"The Enemy Beyond" by Andrew Smith: In a UNIT facility beneath Edinburgh Castle, Kate and Osgood work to unlock the mystery of a stone arch discovered buried in a prehistoric rock formation. When the arch takes one of their number away to a strange, bleak world, it leads to an encounter with a Time Lord. One with multiple personalities. Soon the Eleven is loose on the streets of Edinburgh and plotting to seize the arch from UNIT by any means necessary.

"Fire and Ice" by John Dorney: When Kate needs Harry Sullivan's help with a threat from the Eleven, she and Osgood travel to Australia to meet him. He's there with Naomi Cross, investigating footage of an apparent UFO crash that turned up on social media. They find themselves caught in the middle of a conflict between Ice Warriors. And one Ice Warrior isn't so icy –in fact, he's red hot. And getting hotter…

"Eleven's Eleven" by Lisa McMullin: A series of jewel robberies in London and the Home Counties draws the attention of UNIT when it's discovered that some of the stolen gems are alien in origin. The robberies are the work of an organised criminal gang led by East End villain Ava Drake. But Ava has a new, ruthless partner. The Eleven has promised her riches- and for him, the gems are a means to defeat UNIT and regain the arch.

"The Curator's Gambit" by Andrew Smith: The arch is taken to the Under Gallery for safekeeping, under the protection of the Curator. When the Eleven penetrates the Gallery's security, the Curator initiates an emergency plan. He and UNIT play a game of cat and mouse with their pursuers within the Under Gallery's original location, Hampton Court Palace.

Joining the UNIT audio team of regulars, Jemma Redgrave, Ingrid Oliver, James Joyce, Eleanor Crooks, Christopher Naylor, and Tracy Wiles, are Maggie Service (Doctor Who, Good Omens) as East End gang leader Ava Drake, James MacCallum (The War Master, Tolkien) as marine geologist and archaeologist Adam Merchant, Olivia Poulet (Blake's 7: Avalon, The Thick of It) as wannabe influencer Ros Green, Becky Wright (The Archers, The Monthly Adventures) as UNIT private Claire Duval, and Glen McCready (Missy, Callan) as painter JW Turner"
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Old 1st June 2021, 03:21 AM
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Who: Before And After #420a
Name: Mitzi McKenzie (1934 - )
Year(s): 1971 / 1973
Stories: Colony In Space episode 1 / The Green Death episode 3 – The Green Death episode 6
Character(s): Mrs. Martin / Nancy

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: The Wanderer: The Last Journey (1959) / The Young Lady from London (1959) / Scotland Yard: Interpol (1960) / Resurrection [2 episodes as Vera (1968)] / Boy Meets Girl: Portrait of Jennie (1969)

After Who:
Films: 1984* (1984)

Television: Anne of Green Gables [2 episodes as Mary Joe (1972)] / The Hole in the Wall (1972) / BBC Play of the Month: The Recruiting Officer (1973) / Upstairs, Downstairs: A Perfect Stranger (1974) / Fame Is the Spur (1982) / The Darling Buds of May [2 episodes as Cordelia (1991)]
Who: Before And After #420b
Name: Stanley McGeagh (1940 - )
Year(s): 1971 / 1972
Stories: Colony In Space episode 3 / The Sea Devils episode 3 – The Sea Devils episode 4
Character(s): Allen / Drew

Before Who:
Films: Oh! What a Lovely War* (1969)

Television: No Hiding Place: Just Like the Old Days (1967) / Haunted: Many Happy Returns (1967) / Softly Softly: Fortune on the Move (1968) / The Spanish Farm: The Crime at Vanderlynden's (1968) / Frontier: The Last of the Line (1968) / Resurrection [3 episodes as Corporal (1968)] / Callan: Let's Kill Everybody (1969) / Thicker Than Water: The Reunion (1969) / Doctor in the House: The Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Casino (1969) / Dad's Army: The Lion Has 'Phones (1969) / Dixon of Dock Green: The One That Got Away (1969) / Germinal: Mob Rule (1970) / Rules, Rules, Rules: Rules on a Desert Island (1970) / The Doctors [2 episodes as PC Brian (1970)] / UFO: E.S.P.* (1970) / UFO: Mindbender (1971)


After Who:
Films: Burke & Hare* (1972), The Land That Time Forgot (1974), Carry on Behind (1975), Carry on Emmannuelle (1978), Billy Boy (1982), Gandhi (1982), You and Your Stupid Mate (2005)

Television: Budgie: A Pair of Charlies (1971) / Scene: Bank Holiday (1972) / The Liver Birds: Birds and Bottom Drawers (1972) / Jason King: An Author in Search of Two Characters (1972) / Villains: Smudger (1972) / Play for Today: Carson Country (1972) / Churchill's People: The Derry Boys (1975) / Law & Order [2 episodes, different characters (1978)] / The Onedin Line: Highly Explosive (1978) / Return of the Saint: The Diplomat's Daughter (1979) / Blood Money (1981) / Minder: Back in Good Old England (1982) / The Bill: A Friend in Need (1984) / Screen Two: Knockback (1985) / Big Deal: Innocent, OK? (1986) / Neighbours [2 episodes as Phil Friendly (1993)] / Halifax f.p.: The Scorpion's Kiss (2001) / Worst Best Friends: The Excursion (2002)
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Michael Robbins as the wonderful Richard Mace in The Visitation (1982)


He should have become a companion as he would have given the group a different dynamic.
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I rewatched The Visitation on BD last night. It's not that long ago since i saw it, this year, so thought i'd check it out to see if HD improved the image. It really does, it looks great and the sound is lovely and clear too.

The Behind the Sofa feature at 30 minutes was a nice addition to an already exhaustive two disc dvd, as it featured the main cast plus Mark (Turlough) Strickson and Sophie (Ace) Aldred watching along and commenting. Some fun to be had here.

Earthshock next, which i also watched again this year. Then it's uncharted territory with five stories i haven't seen in quite a while.
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Who: Before And After #421
Name: John Baker (1917 - 2002)
Year(s): 1971 / 1982
Stories: Colony In Space episode 1 / The Visitation Part 1
Character(s): Time Lord / Ralph
Note: Also appeared as an uncredited audience member in the 1974 story 'Planet Of The Spiders'

Before Who:
Films: Hotel Reserve (1944), Morning Departure (1946), Alice in Wonderland (1946), The Wandering Jew (1947), Fortunato (1947), Tobias and the Angel (1947), Edward II (1947), R.U.R. (1948), Good Friday (1948), Volpone (1948), The Case of the Frightened Lady (1948), The Tragedy of King Lear Part 1 (1948), Her Excellency (1949), The Cruise of the Toytown Belle (1950), Face to Face (1951), Sweethearts and Wives (1951), Nocturne in Scotland (1951), The Beggar's Opera (1953), The Teddy Bear (1953), Fortune House (1953), Toad of Toad Hall (1953), The End of the Road (1954), The Black Rider (1954), Barnet's Folly (1955), Satellite in the Sky (1956), Suspended Alibi (1957), Cat Girl (1957), Life in Emergency Ward 10 (1959), Cover Girl Killer (1959), Man Who Couldn't Walk (1960), The Unstoppable Man (1961), The Frightened City (1961), Rotten to the Core (1965), It! (1967), Trog (1970)

Television: The Man in Armour: Fireworks in the Waxworks (1951) / Five Children and It: The Beginning of 'It' (1951) / Midshipman Barney [2 episodes as Jules (1951)] / The Inch Man: Night Shift (1951) / The Broken Horseshoe: Mr. Felix Galegos (1952) / The Gentle Falcon [3 episodes as Herald (1954)] / Music and Macaroni: Seeking a Fortune (1955) / The Prince and the Pauper [2 episods, different characters (1955)] / Jesus of Nazareth [5 episodes as James Alphaeus (1956)] / Nom-de-Plume: Portrait in a Mirror (1956) / The Black Brigand: An Ass, in Girl's Clothing (1956) / The Crime of the Century: Taffy (1956) / BBC Sunday-Night Theatre: One Morning Near Troodos (1956) / BBC Sunday-Night Theatre: The Magnificent Egotist (1957) / The Adventures of Robin Hood [2 episodes as Quentin (1957)] / White Hunter: Pegasus (1958) / Big Guns: A Family Matter (1958) / The Diary of Samuel Pepys (1958) / Starr and Company: In a Fog (1958) / The Last Chronicle of Barset: The Arabins Return to Barchester (1959) / World Theatre: Mother Courage and Her Children (1959) / Glencannon: The Wailing Lady of Limehouse (1959) / Interpol Calling: The Collector (1960) / The Vise: Scream in the Night (1960) / Emergency-Ward 10 (1960) / Man from Interpol: The Big Racket (1960) / Deadline Midnight: Bid for Glory (1961) / Probation Officer (1961) / Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School [2 episodes, different characters (1961)] / Dixon of Dock Green [2 episodes, different characters (1961-1962)] / Echo Four Two: Opportunity Taken (1961) / Call Oxbridge 2000 (1961) / Bonehead: Christmas Crackers (1962) / Six More Faces of Jim: The Face of Fatherhood (1962) / Consider Your Verdict: Queen Versus Farragh (1963) / Moonstrike: The Bells Are Silent (1963) / The Plane Makers: A Question of Sources (1963) / The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre: Five to One (1963) / Sergeant Cork [2 episodes, different characters (1963-1964)] / The Big Noise: The Ledge (1964) / The Count of Monte Cristo [5 episodes as Footman (1964)] / Compact: Late Call (1965) / Contract to Kill [4 episodes as Maurice (1965)] / R3: The Big Balloon (1965) / Hereward the Wake: Forfeit for Eternity (1965) / Buddenbrooks: Lengthening Shadows (1965) / Softly Softly: Over Take... (1966) / The Newcomers (1966) / Lord Raingo: Doubts (1966) / The Wednesday Play: A Man on Her Back (1966) / Quick Before They Catch Us: Season of the Skylark (1966) / BBC Play of the Month: The Cabinet Papers (1967) / The Avengers: You Have Just Been Murdered (1967) / The White Rabbit: The Raising Up (1967) / Theatre 625 [3 episodes, different characters (1967)] / Z Cars: Hudson's Way (1968) / Cold Comfort Farm [3 episodes as Ezra (1968)] / Two in Clover (1969) / The Avengers: Requiem* (1969) / The Wednesday Play: There Is Also Tomorrow (1969) /

After Who:
Films: People from the Forest (1981), American Rampage (1989)
Television: The Doctors (1971) / Alcock and Gander: Pontoon (1972) / War & Peace: Fortunes of War (1972) / Homicide: Yes, That's Sandra (1973) / Ryan: Come the Liberation (1973) / Casanova '73 (1973) / Heil Caesar!: The Conspirators (1973) / Are You Being Served?: Cold Comfort* (1974) / Second Time Around: Take My Ex Wife (1975) / The Fight Against Slavery: One Man's Property (1975) / The Growing Pains of P.C. Penrose: Among Those Appearing (1975) / Our Mutual Friend (1976) / BBC2 Playhouse: The Mind Beyond - The Love of a Good Woman (1976) / Premiere: There's No Place (1977) / Blake's 7: Project Avalon (1978) / The Voyage of Charles Darwin: In the Distant Future, Light Will Be Thrown Upon the Origin of Man, and His History (1978) / Secret Army: Prisoner of War (1978) / Crime and Punishment (1979) / Spy!: John Vassall (1980) / A Tale of Two Cities (1980) / We, the Accused (1980) / Gulliver in Lilliput (1982) / BBC2 Playhouse: Aubrey (1982) / Shine on Harvey Moon: The Party Line (1982) / Squadron: The Veteran (1982) / Play for Today: A Mother Like Him (1982) / One by One You and Whose Army? (1985) / By the Sword Divided: Fateful Days (1985) / Oscar: De Profundis (1985) / Bergerac: Return of the Ice Maiden (1985) / Alice in Wonderland (1986) / Mog: Remembrance of Things Past (1986) / David Copperfield [2 episodes as Tiffey (1986)] / Blind Justice: White Man Listen (1988) / Uncle Silas [2 episodes as Old Giles (1989)] / Never Come Back (1990) / The Brittas Empire: An Inspector Calls (1992) / Anglo Saxon Attitudes (1992) / Class Act (1994)
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Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart (Nicolas Courtney), the Doctor (Patrick Troughton) and Captain Turner (Robert Sidaway) try and sort out The Invasion (1968)

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