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Old 17th June 2021, 10:31 PM
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I recommend the new 1975 edition of the Doctor Who Chronicles.

Bought it today in Sainsbury's. It was the last copy so is clearly selling well as it only came out today as far as i'm aware.

Dealing with the stories Robot to The Android Invasion and focusing on Doctor Who events and merchandising over the course of the calendar year.


The first bookazine - 1964 - was an excellent read so i'm thinking this will be just as good. £9.99 is quite expensive but i actually do think these bookazine's are worth it. Just.
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Old 18th June 2021, 02:52 AM
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Who: Before And After #437
Name: Aubrey Woods (1928 - 2013)
Year(s): 1972
Stories: Day Of The Daleks episode 1 – Day Of The Daleks episode 4
Character(s): Controller

Before Who:
Films: I Want to Be an Actor (1946), Shipwreck (1947), The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (1947), Horror Maniacs (1948), Good Friday ( (1948), The Queen of Spades (1940), Edgar Allan Poe Centenary [as Roderick Usher] (1949), Trelawny of the Wells (1949), Guilt Is My Shadow (1950), The Detective (1954), Portrait of Man (1960), Stress Point (1961), Spare the Rod (1961), The Princess and the Pea (1961), Captain Brassbound's Conversion (1962), A Home of Your Own (1965), San Ferry Ann (1965), Just Like a Woman (1967), Pickwick (1969), Futtocks End (1970), All the Right Noises (1970), Wuthering Heights (1970), Loot (1970), Up Pompeii (1971), The Abominable Dr. Phibes* (1971), Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory* (1971), The Chastity Belt (1972)

Television: The Pickwick Papers: The Sixth Paper (1953) / Nicholas Nickleby (1957) / Television World Theatre: The Circle of Chalk (1958) / Saturday Playhouse: Carry On, Admiral (1958) / BBC Sunday-Night Theatre: The Uninvited (1958) / BBC Sunday-Night Theatre: When in Rome (1959) / World Theatre: Volpone (1959) / No Hiding Place [2 episodes, different characters (1959-1960) / The History of Mr. Polly (1959) / Bleak House [4 episodes as Tony Jobling (1959)] / The Herries Chronicle (1960) / Maigret [2 episodes, different characters (1960-1962)] / Probation Officer (1960) / Knight Errant Limited: The Rapparee (1961) / Rob Roy [2 episodes as Jobson (1961)] / Z Cars: Winner Take All (1962) / Compact: Blackmail (1962) / The Old Curiosity Shop [5 episodes as Mr. Chuckster (1962-1963)] / Hudd (1965) / Boy Meets Girl: A High-Pitched Buzz (1967) / Before the Fringe [4 episodes (1967)] / Sexton Blake: Knave of Diamonds (1967) / According to Dora: Past, Present and Future (1968) / Thicker Than Water: The Reunion (1969) / Hark at Barker: Rustless and Women (1969) / Comedy Playhouse: Up Pompeii! (1969) / The Root of All Evil?: The Long Sixpence (1969) / Freewheelers: A Thing Like Death (1970), Bright's Boffins [6 episodes, different characters (1971-1972)]

After Who:
Films: Z.P.G. (1972), The Darwin Adventure (1972), Don't Just Lie There, Say Something! (1974), That Lucky Touch* (1975), Operation: Daybreak (1975), She Loves Me (1979), Quincy's Quest (1979), Witness for the Prosecution (1982), Cloak & Dagger (1984), Star Quality (1985), Kin of the Castle (1987), Night of the Fox (1990), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (1991)

Television: Clochemerle [2 episodes, different characters (1972)] / Late Night Theatre [6 episodes, different characters (1972-1973)] / Menace: Tom (1973) / Jackanory Playhouse: Dick Whittington (1974) / Comedy Playhouse: The Big Job (1974) / Funny Ha-Ha: Commander Badman (1974) / My Honourable Mrs [7 episodes as Trevor Crichton (1975)] / Hogg's Back (1975) / Lord Tramp (1977) / Plum's Plots and Plans [3 episodes as Major Huffin (1977)] / Rings on Their Fingers: Vive la différence (1978) / Blake's 7: Gambit (1979) / Hazell: Hazell Gets the Bird (1979) / BBC2 Playhouse: The Best of Friends (1980) / Cowboys: Black Day at Bad Rock (1980) / Nice Work [8 episodes as Frank Lazenby (1980)] / Cribb: The Hand That Rocks the Cradle (1981) / Rentaghost (1982) / Auf Wiedersehen, Pet: Last Rites (1984) / I'll Take Manhattan [2 episodes as Mr. Evelyn Adamsfield (1987)] / Ever Decreasing Circles: Neighbourhood Watch (1987) / Turn on to T-Bag: The Two Musketeers (1988) / Bluebirds: A Couple of Snakes and a Natterjack Toad (1989) / Till We Meet Again [2 episodes as Priest (1989)] / T.Bag and the Pearls of Wisdom: Grimble and Squiffy (1990)
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Old 18th June 2021, 12:11 PM
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Who: Before And After #438a
Name: Jean MacFarlane (? - )
Year(s): 1972
Stories: Day Of The Daleks episode 1, Day Of The Daleks episode 4
Character(s): Miss Paget

Before Who:
Films: The Insomniac (1971)
Television: The Gold Robbers: An Oddly Honest Man (1969) / Doctor in the House: Doctor on the Box (1970) / Armchair Theatre: The Second Interview (1970) / Play for Today: The Hallelujah Handshake (1970) / ITV Sunday Night Theatre: Tales of Piccadilly: Out of Town Girl (1971) / Doctor at Large: Operation Loftus (1971) / Brett [5 episodes as Lois (1971)]

After Who:
Films: None
Television: The Visitors (1972) / Man at the Top: A Mug Like Me (1972)
Who: Before And After #438b
Name: Deborah Brayshaw (1946 - )
Year(s): 1972
Stories: Day Of The Daleks episode 1, Day Of The Daleks episode 3
Character(s): Female Technician

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Sentimental Education: A Start to Loving (1970) / Z Cars: The Horse Dealer (1971)

After Who:
Films: Confessions of a Summer Camp Councillor (1977), Carry on Emmannuelle (1978)
Television: Special Branch: All the King's Men (1973) / Softly Softly - Task Force: The Raider (1974) / Crossroads [2 episodes as Joanne Dobie (1979)]
Who: Before And After #438c
Name: Gypsy Kemp [also known as Sarah Kemp] (1937 - 2015)
Year(s): 1972
Stories: Day Of The Daleks episode 1 - Day Of The Daleks episode 2
Character(s): Maisie Hawke

Before Who:
Films: A Touch of the Other (1970)
Television: Z Cars: It's Not Against the Law (1969)

After Who:
Films: The Tarbuck Follies (1973), Yesterday's Hero (1979), Mercy Mission: The Rescue of Flight 771 (1993)
Television: Happy Ever After: He Who Excavates Is Lost (1977) / Shoestring: The Partnership (1979) / Sporting Chance: Eating Dirt (1981) / Sons and Daughters [over 540 episodes as Charlie Bartlett (1982-1987)] / G.P.: What About Your Heart? (1995)
Who: Before And After #438d
Name: Tim Condren (1926 - 2006)
Year(s): 1972
Stories: Day Of The Daleks episode 1
Character(s): Guerilla
Note:
  • Had previously appread uncredited in The Time Meddler (as a Saxon) and The Web of Fear (as a soldier)
  • Appeared uncredited as a Rebelling Roboman in the 1966 film Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150 A.D.

Before Who:
Films: Carry on Cowboy (1965), The Plague of the Zombies* (1966), Morgan! (1966), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968), Moon Zero
Two*
(1969)

Television: Out of the Unknown: Sucker Bait (1965) / Adam Adamant Lives!: A Sinister Sort of Service (1967) / The Expert: Where Are You Going? (1971)

After Who:
Films: Oooh! YouAre Awful (1972), The MacKintosh Man* (1973), Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977), The Spy Who Loved Me* (1977), Undercover Lover (1979), For Your Eyes Only (1981), Burning an Illusion (1981), A View to a Kill (1985), The Holcroft Covenant (1985), Gentry (1987)

Television: Colditz: Missing, Presumed Dead (1972) / Arthur of the Britons: The Prize (1973) / Special Branch: Jailbait (1974) / Steptoe and Son: The Seven Steptoerai (1974) / Monty Python's Flying Circus: Hamlet (1974) / Play for Today: The Dandelion Clock (1975) / Space: 1999: Journey to Where (1976) / The New Avengers: The Midas Touch* (1976) / Treasure Island [4 episodes as O'Brian (1977)] / Fallen Hero (1978) / Strangers: The Loneliness of the Long Distance Copper (1981) / The Woman in White (1982) / The Old Men at the Zoo: The Year of the Yeti (1983) / The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Speckled Band (1984) / Peter Strohm (1989) / Spender: Dance Girl Dance (1991)
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A Dalek explores the 'haunted house' in The Chase (1965)

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In memory of Christopher Coll (1938 - 2021)

Appeared in two Who stories - as Phipps in The Seeds of Death...


...and Stubbs in The Mutants

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Who: Before And After #439a
Name: Valentine Palmer (1935 - )
Year(s): 1972
Stories: Day Of The Daleks episode 3 – Day Of The Daleks episode 4
Character(s): Monia [In the Target novelisation, the character has been renamed Moni. When the story was originally released on video, Monia was accidentally listed as Monica in the credits ]

Before Who:
Films: Take a Sapphire (1966), The Yellow Hat (1966), Titi-Pu (1967), The Merry Widow* (1968)

Television: The Present Stage [8 episodes, different characters (1966)] / Crossroads (1966) / Dixon of Dock Green: The White Mercedes (1968) / Misleading Cases: Right of Way (1968) / The Saint: The Man Who Gambled with Life (1969) / The Tingaree Affair [7 episodes as Drew (1969)] / The Six Wives of Henry VIII: Catherine of Aragon (1970) / The Misfit: On Being British (1970)

After Who:
Films: Real Life (1984), Fanny Hill (1995)
Television: The Pathfinders: Sitting Ducks (1972) / And Mother Makes Three: Starting Trouble (1973) / Emmerdale Farm [2 episodes as Simon (1973)] / The Cuckoo Waltz: The Model (1976) / The Sweeney: Visiting Fireman (1976) / The Professionals: Heroes (1978) / Life at Stake: James Cross Will Be Executed (1978) / The Chinese Detective: Chorale (1982) / Minder: Willesden Suite (1984)
Who: Before And After #439b
Name: Peter Hill (1932 - 1995)
Year(s): 1972
Stories: Day Of The Daleks episode 3
Character(s): Work Station Manager

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Softly Softly: Task Force: Hostage (1971)

After Who:
Films: None
Television: The Hole in the Wall (1972) / General Hospital [9 episodes as Albert Unsworth (1972)] / Centre Play: Albert and the Mayor's Tree (1974) / A Little Bit of Wisdom [2 episodes, different characters (1974-1975)] / Dixon of Dock Green: A Slight Case of Love (1975) / Comedy Premiere: For Richer for Poorer (1975) / Thriller: Mirror of Deception* (1975) / Thriller: Nightmare for a Nightingale (1975) / Rock Follies: The Show Business* (1976) / Big Boy Now!: Home Stretch (1976) / The Cedar Tree [80 episodes as Fred Gates (1976-1978)] / Target: The Trouble with Charlie (1978) / The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin: Communal Social Evenings (1978) / In Loving Memory: Come Back Little Malcolm (1979) / Rings on Their Fingers: Anniversary Jig (1979) / Dick Turpin: The Elixir of Life (1980) / The Professionals: Weekend in the Country (1980) / Crossroads [7 episodes as Arthur Brownlow (1980-1981)]
Who: Before And After #439c
Name: Andrew Carr (? - 1992)
Year(s): 1972
Stories: Day Of The Daleks episode 3 – Day Of The Daleks episode 4
Character(s): Senior Guard

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: ITV Playhouse: Murder - Identikit (1969) / Z Cars: Hit and Run (1969) / Dad's Army: The Day the Balloon Went Up (1969) / Dixon of Dock Green: Shotgun (1971) / Softly Softly - Task Force: Held for Questioning (1971) / The Brighton Belle: In for the Night (1972)

After Who:
Films: Dyn Amo (1972), Curse of the Pink Panther (1982)
Television: War & Peace: New Beginnings (1972) / Rush: Three Cheers for Her Gracious Majesty (1974) / The Woman in White [3 episodes as Fletcher (1982)] / Panorama: Two Weeks in Winter: How the Army Took Over Poland (1982) / The Bill: A Can of Worms (1992) / Poirot: Jewel Robbery at the Grand Metropolitan (1993)
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The cover art of Demon Records forthcoming vinyl release of The Myth Makers (1965) television soundtrack.

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Who: Before And After #440a
Name: George Raistrick (1931 - 1995)
Year(s): 1972
Stories: Day Of The Daleks episode 3
Character(s): Guard At Work Centre

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Beggar My Neighbour: Let Sleeping Dogs Lie (1968)

After Who:
Films: Joseph Andrews (1977), Count Dracula (1977), A Murder of Quality (1991), Cabaret (1993), The Vacillations of Poppy Carew (1995), Funny Bones (1995), The Infiltrator (1995), All Men Are Mortal (1995)
Television: Jack the Ripper: Double Event (1973) / Jackanory Playhouse: The Magician's Heart (1973) / The Pallisers (1974) / BBC Play of the Month: London Assurance (1976) / BBC2 Play of the Week: True Patriot (1977) / Play for Today: The Union (1981) / Smuggler: The Felon (1981) / I Remember Nelson: Battle (1982) / The Professionals: Operation Susie (1982) / Saturday Night Thriller: Grass (1982) / Sir Norbert Smith, a Life (1989), Howards' Way (1989) / Inspector Morse: Happy Families (1992) / Forever Green (1992) / Performance: Tales from Hollywood (1992) / The Bill [2 episodes different characters (1992-1994)] / Minder: Last Orders at the Winchester (1993) / Peak Practice: Roses Around the Door (1993) / Every Silver Lining: Brotherhood (1993) / Scarlet and Black (1993) / Between the Lines: The Great Detective (1993) / Inside Victor Lewis-Smith [9 episodes as Taxi Driver (1993-1995)] / To Play the King (1993) / The Rector's Wife [3 episodes as Mr Biddle (1994)] / The Dwelling Place [2 episods as Turnbull (1994)] / Common As Muck [4 episodes as Mr Arnold (1994)] / Pie in the Sky: Dead Right (1995) / The Tomorrow People: The Living Stones (1995) / The Thin Blue Line: The Queen's Birthday Present (1995) / The Vet: The Loss Adjuster (1996) / Ruth Rendell Mysteries: A Case of Coincidence (1996)
Who: Before And After #440b
Name: Alex MacIntosh (1925 - 1997)
Year(s): 1972
Stories: Day Of The Daleks episode 4
Character(s): Television Reporter
Note: In reality, as well as being an actor, Alex Macintosh was a television presenter and announcer who was effectively playing himself in the story, At the time of the recording of 'Day of the Daleks', he was freelancing having retired from being on the front line.

Before Who:
Films: There's Always a Thursday* (1957), Pantomania: Babes in the Wood (1957), Fred Emney Picks a Pop (1960), Dead Man's Evidence* (1962), Help! (1965), The Boy Cried Murder (1966)

Television [As Actor]: The Adventures of Annabel: The Hundred Million Francs (1955) / Brothers in Law: Without Due Care (1962) / The Big Pull [2 episodes as TV newsreader (1962)] / More Faces of Jim: A Matter of Empire (1963) / The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre: We Shall See (1964) / A Christmas Night with the Stars (1964) / The Scales of Justice: The Hidden Face (1965) / R3: Black Warning (1965) / The Master: Death by Misadventure (1966) / The Revenue Men: A Drop of What You Fancy (1968) / Q6 [4 episodes, Various Characters (1969)] / Z Cars: It's Not Against the Law (1969) / The Troubleshooters: - And One Wise Man Came Out from the East (1969) / Thirty-Minute Theatre: Happy Days Are Here Again (1971) / Brett: The Right Time for Killing (1971) / Trial: Good People (1971) / The Goodies: Sex and Violence* (1971)

Television [As Self]: For Deaf Children (1952) / Forces' Requests (1956) / This Is Show Business [3 episodes as announcer (1956)] / The Saturday Show: Mr. Pastry's Spicy Life (1957) / Film Profile: Harry Watt (1959) / Personal Cinema (1960) / Show Train [6 episodes (1961)] / Let's Go! [8 episodes as Presenter (1962)] / Dial RIX: Come Prancing (1963) / Come Dancing [2 episodes as presenter (1969)]

After Who:
Films: Magee and the Lady (1978)
Television: Armchair Cinema: Sea Song (1974)
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Old 21st June 2021, 11:48 AM
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The Master (Anthony Ainley) with the Cybermen in The Five Doctors (1983)

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