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Old 13th June 2021, 07:11 AM
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Who: Before And After #432
Name: Alec Linstead (? - )
Year(s): 1971 / 1974-1975 / 1985
Stories: The Daemons episode 3 – The Daemons episode 5 / Robot part 1 – Robot part 4 / Revelation of The Daleks part 1
Character(s): Sgt. Osgood / Arnold Jellicoe / Arthur Stengos

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: None

After Who:
Films: Alternative 3 (1977), Suez 1956 (1979), Richard's Things (1980), Hitler's S.S.: Portrait in Evil (1985), A Vote for Hitler (1988), Element of Doubt (1996), Food of Love (1997), South Kensington (2001), Feedback (2004)
Television: The Man Outside: Bye, Bye, Mrs Bly (1972) / Love and Mr Lewisham (1972) / Special Branch: Entente Cordiale (1974) / Nicholas Nickleby (1977) / Van der Valk: Man of Iron (1977) / Anna Karenina [2 episodes as the Doctor (1977)] / The Sweeney: Trust Red (1978) / Play for Today: A Touch of the Tiny Hacketts (1978) / Dick Barton: Special Agent [3 episodes as Police Inspector (1979)] / Crime and Punishment (1979) / The Professionals: Stopover (1979) / BBC2 Playhouse: Days (1981) / Jemima Shore Investigates: A Splash of Red (1983) / Reilly - Ace of Spies: Gambit (1983) / Angels (1983) / Big Deal: Red Lady, Black Night (1984) / Bulman: The Name of the Game (1985) / The Tripods: Will Is Arrested (1985) / Juliet Bravo: Inspection (1985) / Tucker's Luck: Trisha (1985) / King of the Ghetto (1986) / Call Me Mister: Something in the City (1986) / Relative Strangers (1987) / Drummonds: Men of Principle (1987) / Bust: Selling a Dummy (1987) / Codename: Kyril (1988) / Never Come Back (1990) / Unnatural Pursuits: I'm the Author (1992) / Lovejoy: Taking the Pledge (1993) / Frank Stubbs: Faith (1994) / Poirot: Hickory Dickory Dock* (1995) / Goodnight Sweetheart: Don't Get Around Much Any More (1995) / The Governor (1995) / Silent Witness: Buried Lies (1996) / McLibel! (1997) / Trial & Retribution (1997) / The Mrs Bradley Mysteries: Speedy Death (1998) / Silent Witness: A Good Body (1999) / Sex, Chips & Rock n' Roll (1999) / Close & True: Gotcha (2000) / Lexx: Stan Down (2001) / Without Motive: At the Edge (2001) / The Bill: The Apple and the Tree (2004) / The Magical Music Box [3 episodes, voices only (2017)]
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The cover art of Dalek Terror. This years Doctor Who Record Store Day vinyl release.

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Old 14th June 2021, 06:33 AM
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Who: Before And After #433
Name: John Owens (1942 )
Year(s): 1971
Stories: The Daemons episode 3 – The Daemons episode 5
Character(s): Thorpe

Before Who:
Films: Joanna (1968), Oh! What a Lovely War* (1969), The Bullet Machine (1970), Scrooge (1970)

Television: Pardon the Expression: The Take-Over Bid (1966) / ITV Play of the Week: Blue as His Eyes, the Tin Helmet He Wore (1966) / Quick Before They Catch Us: The Weasel Goes Pop (1966) / St. Ives [2 episodes as Soldier (1967)] / The Further Adventures of the Musketeers: The Scaffold (1967) / The White Rabbit: O Absalom (1967) / The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder: The Investors (1969) / The Wednesday Play: The Last Train through Harecastle Tunnel (1969) / Hadleigh: Safety of the Realm (1969) / Parkin's Patch: Two Gentlemen Standing (1970) / If It Moves, File It: Grandmothers (1970)

After Who:
Films: Escape to Nowhere (1973), An American Werewolf in London (1982), Rhinestone (1984), Alice in Wonderland (1999), The Greatest Store in the World (1999), From Hell* (2001), War (2002), Shanghai Knights (2003), The Wolfman* (2010)

Television: Doctor at Large: Mother and Father Doing Well (1971) / The Two Ronnies [22 episodes, various characters (1971-1987)] / The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes: The Ripening Rubies (1971) / Comedy Playhouse: Idle at Work (1972) / Please Sir!: Please Give Generously (1972) / Love and Mr Lewisham (1972) / Z Cars: The Legacy (1972) / Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?: Storm in a Tea Chest (1973) / Special Branch: Assault (1973) / Black and Blue: Rust (1973) / Second City Firsts: King of the Castle (1973) / The Kids from 47A; The Big Break Up (1974) / Roberts Robots: Rampaging Robots (1974) / My Old Man (1975) / Shades of Greene: Mortmain (1976) / Nicholas Nickleby [2 episodes as Mr. Pluck (1977)] / Rosie [2 episodes as the Vicar (1977-1978)] / Thomas and Sarah: A Day at the Metropole (1979) / Hannah [4 episodes as Mr. Pilgrim (1980)] / Rings on Their Fingers: If You Can't Beat Them.... (1980) / Shoestring: Another Man's Castle (1980) / To Serve Them All My Days (1980) / Sense and Sensibility [4 episodes as Tom (1981)] / Stalky & Co.: The Last Term (1982) / The Young Ones: Boring* (1982) / Educating Marmalade: Short Sharp Shock (1982) / The Professionals: A Man Called Quinn (1983) / Play for Today: The Falklands Factor (1983) / Potter (1983) / Reilly - Ace of Spies: An Affair with a Married Woman (1983) / A Fine Romance: The Hotel (1983) / Terry and June: In the Navy (1983) / Fairly Secret Army: The Pulses Quicken (1984) / One by One: Pride of Place (1985) / Mog: Unrepeatable Offers (1985) / Open All Hours: Happy Birthday, Arkwright! (1985) / Mr Pye: The First Martyr (1986) / Mapp & Lucia: Worship (1986) / Dramarama: The Come-Uppance of Captain Katt (1986) / The Monocled Mutineer: When the Hurly-Burly's Done (1986) / No Place Like Home: Raymond's Rotten Luck (1986) / A Small Problem: 'One Man's Terrorist Is Another Man's Freedom Fighter' (1987) / Terry and June: Of Human Bondage (1987) / The Management: The Whelks (1988) / Chelworth: You Can't Beat Mozart (1989) / Hale and Pace (1990) / Keeping Up Appearances: The Toy Store (1991) / Screen Two: The Long Roads (1993) / Lovejoy: A Going Concern (1993) / Dandelion Dead [4 episodes as Official (1994)] / Class Act (1995) / Ellington: No Such Thing as a Draw (1996) / Cardiac Arrest: The Oedipus Effect (1996) / The Bill: True Colours (1996) / The Life and Crimes of William Palmer [2 episodes as the Prison Chaplain (1998)] / Spooks: The Lesser of Two Evils* (2002) / Doctors: Suspicious Minds (2003) / Dinotopia [2 episodes as Minch (2002-2003)] / Marple: The Murder at the Vicarage (2004) / Look Around You [2 episodes as Teddy Clarke (2005)] / Nighty Night (2005) / Afterlife: Daniel One & Two (2005) / The Worst Week of My Life: Monday (2005) / Time Trumpet (2006) / Coronation Street [2 episodes as Gilbert (2009)] / World Without End [3 episodes as Blind Carlus (2012)] / Elementary: Step Nine (2013)
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Old 14th June 2021, 06:38 AM
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Breaking news: Jodie is not featured on the cover of the official 2022 'Doctor Who' annual...


...which (according to The Mirror) is absolute proof that she is leaving the show in 2022!
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Breaking news: Jodie is not featured on the cover of the official 2022 'Doctor Who' annual...


...which (according to The Mirror) is absolute proof that she is leaving the show in 2022!
Could also be that her face doesn't sell enough copies.
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Old 14th June 2021, 11:48 AM
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Old 14th June 2021, 06:04 PM
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Coming soon!


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In order to escape an attack in space, the TARDIS makes an unscheduled landing and ends up deep inside the London Underground. Here the travellers soon find themselves engulfed in a thrilling battle with the Great Intelligence and the Yeti, a deadly enemy set to invade the Earth.

But as events take a turn for the worse, it becomes clear that the golden prize is not just the Earth, but the Doctor’s mind too…

This release includes all 5 surviving episodes, plus a brand new fully animated reconstruction of the missing third episode created from the surviving audio-only recordings

The six episodes (available in black and white and the newly constructed animation in colour and black and white) will include the following exclusive special features:

Audio commentaries on all episodes (with two on episode 1)
An episode 3 Telesnap Reconstruction
Photo Gallery
A ‘Making Of’ documentary
A ‘Making the Animation’ documenatary
The Web of Fear Trailer
The Missing Years documentary
The Many Voices of Jack Woolgar documentary
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Old 14th June 2021, 06:06 PM
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If anyone's interested here's some info on The Missing Years Documentary.

The Missing Years was a documentary containing footage from missing episodes from William Hartnell's and Patrick Troughton's time as the Doctor. Presented by Frazer Hines and Deborah Watling, it was released on home video by BBC Video in 1998 and contained footage from several episodes, including:

The Daleks
Galaxy 4
The Daleks' Master Plan
The Smugglers
The Tenth Planet
The Power of the Daleks
The Highlanders
The Underwater Menace
The Macra Terror
The Faceless Ones
The Evil of the Daleks
The Tomb of the Cybermen
Fury from the Deep
The Wheel in Space


It had a running time of approximately 33 minutes.
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Old 14th June 2021, 06:18 PM
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Breaking news: Jodie is not featured on the cover of the official 2022 'Doctor Who' annual...


...which (according to The Mirror) is absolute proof that she is leaving the show in 2022!
Even if she does go the damage has been done and it doesn't matter who they get to replace her ratings will drop if the BBC continuing pushing diversity in there usual heavy handed manner, which they will.
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Old 14th June 2021, 09:18 PM
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Is there actually a release date for Web yet? They're very sluggish this year...
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