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Old 19th July 2021, 09:20 PM
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The doctor lands on a planet with Zoey and Jamie looking for rest a bit of a holiday but gets involved trying to save the locals who are all dressed up dresses that look like their mother's drapes and have too defend them from the evil Domintators who have even worse fashion sense.

Enjoyable enough when you aren't laughing at the aliens wardrobe.




After accident the tardis gets stuck in a region out of space and time which character's of fiction have come too life. Interesting idea let down by the poor effects of The day.



A classic episode that introduces U.N.I.T , the doctor , Jamie and Zoe end up investigating missing scientist and are led to a giant electronics company which the CEO has plans for world domination but there is something more sinister in the shadows waiting to strike.

As as said a classic episode with iconic scenes of the Cybermen invading london.



The Doctor and Co investigate a planet in which the local population the Gonds is being controlled by the mysterious Krotons and kill the smartest so they don't become a threat. Ok but not great.



It's up too the Doctor, Zoe and Jamie too save the earth from the ice warriors who are using the T-mat transportation device and billions of gallons of fairy liquid too take over the earth.

Another highly enjoyable classic .




Troughtons last story which the doctor believes the Tardis has ended up on earth in world war one, but it's soon apparent that something sinister is at work , this is a renegade time Lord who has brought different warriors from across earths timeline to fight each other. The Doctor has no choice too but call those he fears most too help him, his own people the Time Lords.

This really could of been a few episodes shorter and was saved by the appearance of the time lords which changed the landscape of Doctor Who forever with the Pertwee era.

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Old 20th July 2021, 04:50 AM
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Who: Before And After #469a
Name: Laurie Webb (1924 - )
Year(s): 1972 - 1973
Stories: The Three Doctors episode 1- The Three Doctors episode 4
Character(s): Arthur Ollis

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: The Eustace Diamonds [2 episodes as Bogson (1959)] / Hancock's Half Hour* [9 episodes, different characters (1958-1960)] / Citizen James [3 episodes (1960)] / Cooperama (1966) / The Troubleshooters: [3 episodes, different characters (1966-1970)] / King of the River [2 episodes, different characters (1966)] / Mickey Dunne [2 episodes as Lennie Carson (1967)] / Paul Temple: The Specialists (1971) / Doomwatch: The Inquest (1971) / Brett: The Trump Card (1971) / Comedy Playhouse: And Whose Side Are You on? (1972)

After Who:
Films: None
Television: Warship: Hot Pursuit (1973) / The Brothers: Special Licence (1975) / Softly Softly - Task Force: Female of the Species (1975) / The Clairvoyant (1986)
Who: Before And After #469b
Name: Patricia Prior (1929 - )
Year(s): 1972 - 1973
Stories: The Three Doctors episode 1, The Three Doctors episode 4
Character(s): Mary Ollis
Note: Was married to 'Three Doctors' co-star Rex Robinson

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Mickey Dunne: No Flowers by Request (1967) / The Troubleshooters [2 episodes as Secretary (1969-1971)]

After Who:
Films: Strong Medicine (1986)
Television: Warship: A Standing and Jumping War (1973) / The Brothers: Package Deal (1975) / Softly Softly - Task Force: Got Him! (1976) / The Onedin Line [14 episodes as Mrs. Gibson (1977-1980)] / Play for Today: The Kamikaze Ground Staff Reunion Dinner (1981) / Saturday Night Thriller: A Gift of Tongues (1982) / Storyboard: Judgement Day (1983) / One by One: Changing Places (1987) / In Sickness and in Health (1987) / You Must Be the Husband: Alice and Her Yorkshire Pudding (1988) / Shadow of the Noose: Beside the Seaside (1989)
Who: Before And After #469c
Name: Denys Palmer (1928 - 1991)
Year(s): 1972 - 1973
Stories: The Three Doctors episode 1 - The Three Doctors episode 2
Character(s): Corporal Palmer

Before Who:
Films: The Gypsy Thief (1956), Why Bother to Knock (1961), The Merry Widow (1968)
Television: The World of Beachcomber [2 episodes (1968)]

After Who:
Films: None
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The Character Options website exclusive of The second Doctor and electronic TARDIS from The Abominable Snowmen.

It's quite nice but at £39.99 there's no way i'll be buying it.



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Doctor Who Magazine Issue 567

Highlights include:

A celebration of the BBC’s Doctor Who exhibitions in the 1970s
A guide to Doctor Who filming locations
A preview of The Web of Fear Blu-ray Special Edition
Tributes to Jackie Lane & Damaris Hayman
And more!

On sale 22 July

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Old 21st July 2021, 06:45 AM
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Who: Before And After #470
Name: Leslie Dwyer (1906 - 1986)
Year(s): 1973
Stories: Carnival Of Monsters episode 1 – Carnival Of Monsters episode 4
Character(s): Vorg

Before Who:
Films: Cheer Up (1936), Wings and the Woman (1942), The Goose Steps Out (1942), In Which We Serve (1942), The Young Mr. Pitt (1942), It Started at Midnight (1943), Yellow Canary (1943), The Lamp Still Burns (1943), The Way Ahead (1944), Great Day (1945), Vacation from Marriage (1945), Night Boat to Dublin (1946), I See a Dark Stranger (1946), Piccadilly Incident (1946), This Man Is Mine (1946), Stairway to Heaven (1946), Temptation Harbor (1947), The Little Ballerina (1947), When the Bough Breaks (1947), The Calendar (1948), Bond Street (1948), The Bad Lord Byron (1949), It's Not Cricket (1949), A Boy, a Girl and a Bike (1949), Now Barabbas (1949), Poet's Pub (1949), Double Confession (1950), Lilli Marlene (1950), Midnight Episode (1950), And No Birds Sing (1951), Smart Alec (1951), Laughter in Paradise (1951), Wall of Death (1951), Judgment Deferred (1951), The Hour of 13 (1952), My Wife's Lodger (1952), Holiday Week (1952), Captain Brassbound's Conversion (1953), Roadhouse Girl (1953), Act of Love (1953), Follow the Plough (1953), The Good Die Young (1954), The Black Rider (1954), Where There's a Will (1955), Room in the House (1955), The Slackering Field (1955), Our Mr. Dundas (1955), Operation Conspiracy (1956), Not So Dusty (1956), The End Begins (1956), Madame Clara (1956), Eyewitness (1956), Menace in the Night (1957), Black Tide (1958), The 39 Steps* (1959), Left Right and Centre (1959), The Champion (1960), The Money (1961), The Jelly End Strike (1961), Dinner with the Family (1962), Seventy Deadly Pills (1964), I've Gotta Horse (1965), Die Monster Die* (1965), The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom (1968), Lionheart (1968), Sophie's Place (1969), Up in the Air (1969), After Loch Lomond (1973)

Television: BBC Sunday-Night Theatre: Love and Miss Figgis (1954) / The Vise: Murder of a Ham (1955) / Rheingold Theatre: The Milkman (1955) / Dick and the Duchess: The Dress (1957) / White Hunter: The Jackals (1958) / Ivanhoe: The Weavers (1958) / The Nightwatchman's Stories: The Constable's Move (1959) / Boyd Q.C. [4 episodes as Jimmy Burns (1959-1963) / Theatre Night: How Say You? (1959) / ITV Television Playhouse: The New Man (1960) / Rendezvous [2 episodes, different characters (1959-1961)] / Echo Four Two: The Kite Dropper (1961) / Jacks and Knaves: The Interrogation (1961) / Suspense: Virus X (1962) / Dixon of Dock Green [5 episodes, different characters (1962-1972)] / Z Cars [6 episodes, different characters (1962-1976)] / BBC Sunday-Night Play: Dackson's Wharf (1962) / Citizen James [4 episodes (1962)] / Steptoe and Son: Wallah, Wallah Catsmeat (1963) / ITV Play of the Week: The Eve of St. Marks (1963) / No Hiding Place: Always a Copper (1963) / Sergeant Cork [2 episodes, different characters (1964)] / Diary of a Young Man [3 episodes as Mr. Gold (1964)] / Fire Crackers: Blue Blooded Buddy (1964) / Ways with Words (1965) / The Worker [2 episodes, different characters (1965-1969)] / Softly Softly: Off Beat (1966) / Hugh and I: With a Pinch of Salt (1966) / Emergency-Ward 10 [3 episodes as Jack Benton (1966)] / Cooperama (1966) / King of the River: Sunset for a Sailorman (1966) / Who Is Sylvia? [2 episodes (1967)] / Mrs. Thursday: No Tea for the Tallyman (1967) / Mickey Dunne: Yes - But Can He Go the Distance? (1967) / Sanctuary: Sisters & Brothers (1967) / Theatre 625: Stan's Day Out (1967) / The Newcomers [2 episodes as Finch (1968)] / You and the World [2 episodes as Johnny (1968)] / Public Eye [2 episodes as Arthur Mack (1968-1969)] / Oh Brother! [2 episodes, different characters (1968-1969)] / Life with Johnny: Johnny Up the Creek (1969) / The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder: Man with a Strange Tattoo (1971) / Thirty-Minute Theatre: The Room They Left (1971) / You're Only Young Twice [6 episodes as Reg (1971)] / Now, Take My Wife: Housewives' Choice (1971) / The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes: The Case of Laker, Absconded (1971) / Follyfoot: The Debt (1972) / Armchair Theatre: A Touch of the Victorians (1972)

After Who:
Films: The Common Lot (1977), Dominique (1979)
Television: 7 of 1: My Old Man (1973) / Oranges & Lemons: Brenda (1973) / Beryl's Lot: Sixes and Sevens (1973) / Crown Court: The Quest (1975) / Late Call [4 episodes as Arthur Calvert (1975)] / Wodehouse Playhouse: Romance at Droitgate Spa (1975) / Comedy Playhouse: Captive Audience (1975) / The Sweeney: Trojan Bus (1975) / Comedy Premiere: Milk-O (1975) / Play for Today: The Peddler (1976) / Angels: Concert (1976) / Operation Patch: The Assassin (1976) / The Squirrels: The X Factor (1976) / Jubilee: Street Party (1977) / Lord Tramp [3 episodes as The Bishop (1977)] / Oh No, It's Selwyn Froggitt: Occupational Hazard (1977) / Coronation Street [2 episodes as Jacko Dugdale (1978)] / Leave It to Charlie: Love and Mrs. McGee (1978) / The Famous Five: Five on Finniston Farm (1978) / The Other One (1979) / Maggie and Her: The Good Old Days (1979) / Terry and June: Flying Carpets (1979) / Time of My Life (1980) / Hi-de-Hi!* [36 episodes as Mr. Partridge (1980-1984)]
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Who: Before And After #471
Name: Cheryl Hall (1950 - )
Year(s): 1973
Stories: Carnival Of Monsters episode 1 – Carnival Of Monsters episode 4
Character(s): Shirna
Note: Had previously been considered for the role of Jo Grant

Before Who:
Films: Deep End (1970), Villain (1971), Catch Me a Spy (1971), The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins* (1971), Rentadick* (1972), The Love Ban (1973)

Television: You and the World [6 episodes, different characters (1968-1971)] / Scene: Two-Way Traffic (1969) / Special Branch: Exit a Diplomat (1969) / Smith [5 episodes as Miss Fanny (1970)] / Callan: Summoned to Appear (1970) / Sykes and a Big Big Show: Britain's First Moon Shot (1971) / Armchair Theatre: Brown Skin Gal, Stay Home and Mind Bay-Bee (1971) / On the Buses: The Epidemic* (1971) / The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes: The Affair of the Tortoise (1971) / The Fenn Street Gang: Who Was That Lady? (1971) / Callan: The Richmond File - Do You Recognise the Woman? (1972) / Albert! [3 episodes as Doreen Bissel (1972)] / Villains: His Dad Named Him After the General (1972) / Kate: People Depend on You (1972) / Sykes: Stranger (1972) / Public Eye: Mrs. Podmore's Cat (1972) / Love Story [3 episodes, different characters (1972-1973)]

After Who:
Films: The Wild Little Bunch (1973), No Sex Please - We're British (1973), Who Killed Lamb? (1974), Three for All (1975), No Hard Feelings (1976), The Last Englishman (1975), Dead Gorgeous (2002), Rehab (2003)
Television: Z Cars: Care (1973) / Black and Blue: Soap Opera in Stockwell (1973) / Oranges & Lemons: Brenda (1973) / Within These Walls: The Group (1974) / Bedtime Stories: The Water Maiden (1974) / Rainbow [2 episodes (1974-1976)] / Marty Back Together Again (1974) / Crown Court: The Dogs (1974) / Bless This House [2 episodes as Linda (1974)] / The Sweeney: Contact Breaker (1975) / Comedy Playhouse: Captive Audience (1975) / Whodunnit?: Pop Goes the Weasel* (1975) / Ten from the Twenties: Her Wedding Morn (1975) / Lucky Feller [14 episodes as Kathleen Peake (1975-1976)] / Angels: On the Mat (1975) / Dixon of Dock Green: Everybody's Business (1976) / Softly Softly - Task Force: The Trojan Horse (1976) / Survivors [2 episodes as Mavis (1977)] / Get Some In!: Cards (1977) / Rooms [7 episodes as Shirley Tomlin (1977)] / Play for Today: Oy Vay Maria (1977) / Citizen Smith* [15 episodes as Shirley (1977-1979)] / Danger UXB: Digging Out (1979) / A Moment in Time [2 episodes as Doll (1979)] / Tales of the Unexpected: Never Speak Ill of the Dead (1981) / The Gentle Touch: Knife (1981) / In Loving Memory: The Actress and the Undertaker (1982) / The Bill [18 episodes, different characters (1984-2007)] / Dodger, Bonzo & the Rest [7 episodes as Mrs. Jackson (1984-1985)] / EastEnders [8 episodes as Christine (1988)] / A Gentlemen's Club: The Actor (1988) / Poirot: Four and Twenty Blackbirds (1989) / The Chief (1991) / The Men's Room [5 episodes as Mavis McDonald (1991)] / As Time Goes By [2 episodes as the Waitress (1992)] / So Haunt Me: A Haunted House (1992) / Inspector Morse: Absolute Conviction (1992) / London's Burning (1992) / Magic Grandad [3 episodes, different characters (1993)] / Screenplay: Safe (1993) / Grange Hill (1994) / Woof!: Get Me to the Church (1994) / Casualty: Stitching the Surface (1995) / Bramwell [2 episodes as Vonnie (1998)] / Silent Witness [3 episodes as Sheryl Marsh (1999-2000)] / Waking the Dead: Deathwatch (2002) / William and Mary (2003)
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Who: Before And After #472
Name: Tenniel Evans (1926 - 2009)
Year(s): 1973
Stories: Carnival Of Monsters episode 1 – Carnival Of Monsters episode 4
Character(s): Major Daly
Note:
  • A long time friend, he suggested that Jon Pertwee auditioned for the part of the Third Doctor
  • Is the father of Big Finish actress Serena Evans

Before Who:
Films: Element of Doubt (1961), Never Back Losers (1961), Only Two Can Play (1962), The Keep (1962), Young and Willing (1962), The Franchise Trail (1968), Walk a Crooked Path (1969), 10 Rillington Place (1971)
Television: Armchair Mystery Theatre: The Man with a Feather in His Hat (1960) / No Hiding Place [3 episodes, different characters (1960)] / Somerset Maugham Hour: The Kite (1960) / Peridot Flight [2 episodes as Mervyn Evans (1960)] / Knight Errant Limited: Troubled Waters (1961) / Deadline Midnight: One Man Went to Fly (1961) / Playdate: The Exam (1961) / The Avengers: Please Don't Feed the Animals (1961) / Harpers West One [2 episodes, different characters (1961-1963)] / ITV Television Playhouse: A Resounding Tinkle (1961) / Probation Officer (1962) / The Avengers: The Big Thinker (1962) / Tales of Mystery: The Second Generation (1963) / Best of Friends: This Is Your Wife (1963) / Moonstrike: The Biggest Bandit (1963) / Z Cars [7 episodes, different characters (1963-1972)] / Drama 61-67: Drama '63 - Andersen (1963) / The Avengers: The Golden Fleece* (1963) / Comedy Four: Home from Home (1963) / Maupassant: Secrets (1963) / BBC Sunday-Night Play: Just You Wait (1963) / BBC Sunday-Night Play: The Greevey Column (1963) / The Plane Makers: "Costigan's Rocket" (1963) / Love Story: Domino (1964) / The Hidden Truth: Twelve Good Men (1964) / Redcap: It's What Comes After (1964) / The Sullavan Brothers [14 episodes as John Sullavan (1964-1965)] / The Human Jungle: Heartbeats in a Tin Box (1964) / Undermind: Too Many Enemies (1965) / The Flying Swan: A Question of Time (1965) / Jury Room: The Side of Mercy (1965) / It's Not Me - It's Them! (1965) / Out of the Unknown: Sucker Bait (1965) / Blackmail: Stockbrokers Are Smashing: But Bankers Are Better (1965) / The Rat Catchers: The Umbrella (1966) / Seven Deadly Sins: A Cold Heart (1966) / Mrs. Thursday: The Sitting Tenant (1966) / Comedy Playhouse: The End of the Tunnel (1966) / Thirteen Against Fate: Trapped (1966) / The Scales of Justice: The Haunted Man (1966) / BBC Play of the Month: Corridors of Power (1966) / ITV Play of the Week: A Tot at the Local (1966) / Out of the Unknown: The Prophet (1967) / The Saint: The Persistent Patriots (1967) / Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: The Chemistry of Love (1967) / Seven Deadly Virtues: Are You by Yourself? (1967) / The Forsyte Saga [3 episodes as Pevensey Blythe (1967)] / Not in Front of the Children: Just Pack a Toothbrush (1967) / Detective: Dover and the Deadly Poison Pen Letters (1968) / Mr. Rose: The Golden Frame (1968) / Sanctuary [3 episodes as the Doctor (1967-1968)] The Avengers: All Done with Mirrors (1968) / The Newcomers [2 episodes as Proctor (1968)] / Journey to the Unknown: Somewhere in a Crowd (1968) / Softly Softly: Pressure (1969) / The Possessed [3 episodes as Shigalov (1969)] / Big Breadwinner Hog [4 episodes as Det. Supt. Nicholson (1969)] / Special Project Air: Project Singapore (1969) / Randall And Hopkirk (Deceased): - Who Killed Cock Robin? (1969) / Take Three Girls [2 episodes as Mr. Britch (1970) / Horizon: The Expert Witness (1970) / A Family at War: To Die for Spain (1970) / Codename: One for the Lobster Pot (1970) / Paul Temple [2 episodes, different characters (1970-1971) / Confession: Under the Carpet (1970) / Biography: Danton (1970) / Fraud Squad: Whizz Kid (1970) / Roads to Freedom: The Reprieve (1970) / Budgie: And in Again (1971) / Trial: Flat Fifty One (1971) / The Fenn Street Gang: Rough Justice (1971) / The Shadow of the Tower [2 episodes as Christopher Swan (1972)] / Thirty-Minute Theatre: And for My Next Trick (1972) / The Liver Birds: Valentine's Day (1972) / New Scotland Yard: Ask No Questions (1972) / The Man Outside: Mandala (1972) / Country Matters: Breeze Anstey (1972) / War & Peace* [2 episodes as Prince Bagration (1972)]

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Films: Heydays Hotel (1976), The Merry Wives of Windsor (1982), The Tale of Beatrix Potter (1982), The First Part of King Henry VI (1983), The Second Part of King Henry VI (1983), The Third Part of King Henry VI (1983), Richard III (1983), Sakharov (1984), Managing Problem People. Behavioral Skills for Leaders (1988), Giving Tongue (1996)
Television: Menace: The Haunting (1973) / ITV Sunday Night Theatre: Passengers (1973) / Rooms: Angela & Lionel (1975) / Barlow: Away (1975) / The Hanged Man: Wheel of Fortune (1975) / 2nd House: Toback's Gambler (1975) / Public Eye: Hard Times (1975) / My Brother's Keeper [13 episodes as Sergeant Bluett (1975-1976)] / Crown Court [4 episodes, different characters (1976-1983)] / The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin: The Speech to the British Fruit Association* (1976) / Angels: Ties (1976) / The Squirrels: What a Way to Go (1977) / The Ghosts of Motley Hall: Where Are You, White Feather? (1977) / Murder Most English: A Flaxborough Chronicle: The Flaxborough Crab (1977) / Raven [5 episodes as the Editor (1977)] / Ripping Yarns: The Curse of the Claw (1977) / ITV Playhouse: A Question of Time (1978) / Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em: Learning to Fly (1978) / Everyday Maths: Ten Per Cent Per Ted (1979) / Yes Minister [2 episodes as Martin, the Foreign Secretary (1980)] / A Question of Guilt [4 episodes as Mr. Rodway (1980)] / Coronation Street: Inspector Vaughan (1980)] / The Gentle Touch: Shame (1980) / Maria Marten or Murder in the Red Barn [3 episodes as Mr. Corder (1980)] / Ladykillers: A Smile Is Sometimes Worth a Million Dollars (1981) / Sink or Swim: Making Amends (1982) / Juliet Bravo: Past Lives (1982) / The Citadel [3 episodes as Dr. Page (1983)] / The All Electric Amusement Arcade [2 episodes as Daffyd Williams (1983)] / Rumpole of the Bailey: Rumpole and the Old Boy Net (1983) / Dream Stuffing (1984) / Driving Ambition: Five O'Clock Shadow (1984) / Shine on Harvey Moon [9 episodes as Geoff Barratt (1984-1985) / The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Dancing Men* (1984) / Hallelujah!: The Snake Pit (1984) / Late Starter (1985) / Lytton's Diary: Daddy's Girls (1985) / The Fourth Floor [3 episodes as Railton (1986)] / Inside Story [3 episodes as David Clare (1986)] / Worlds Beyond: The Eye of Yemanja (1987) / One by One [6 episodes as Teddy Haslam (1987)] / Screenplay: The Trial of Klaus Barbie (1987) / The Two of Us [15 episodes as Perce (1987-1990)] / Knights of God [5 episodes as Dafydd (1987)] / Bergerac: Burnt (1988) / Screen Two: Run for the Lifeboat (1988) / Theatre Night: Strife (1988) / Inspector Morse: The Last Enemy (1989) / Boon: Best Left Buried (1990) / Lovejoy: National Wealth (1991) / Rides (1993) / Harry (1993) / Anna Lee: Diversion (1994) / September Song [5 episodes as Sir Edward Parkinson-Lewis (1994)] / Peak Practice: Long Weekend (1994) / Little Napoleons: Sleeping with the Enemy (1994) / Screen One: Pat and Margaret (1994) / Moving Story: Something Blue (1995) / The Bill: Dancers (1996) / Wycliffe: Number of the Beast (1996) / The Prince and the Pauper (1996) / Pie in the Sky: Squashed Tomatoes (1997) / Bugs: Fugitive (1997) / Heartbeat: The Family Way (1997) / Thief Takers: Brand Loyalty (1997) / Hetty Wainthropp Investigates: How Time Flies (1998) / Mortimer's Law (1998) / The Scold's Bridle (1998) / Ruth Rendell Mysteries: Going Wrong (1998) / The Ambassador: Cost Price (1999) / Casualty: Free Fall (1999) / Dalziel and Pascoe: Cunning Old Fox (2000) / The Royal: Doing Time (2004) / William and Mary (2004)
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