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Old 25th September 2021, 02:07 PM
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The Doctor (David Tennant) can't hide his excitement concerning yesterday's news.

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Old 25th September 2021, 09:29 PM
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Old 26th September 2021, 07:17 AM
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Who: Before And After #536
Name: Hugh Martin [1933 - 1997]
Year(s): 1975 / 1985
Stories: Terror Of The Zygons part 1 / Vengeance On Varos part 2
Character(s): Munro / Priest

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: The Errol Flynn Theatre: My Infallible Uncle (1957) / Suspense: Needle Point (1962) / Resurrection [2 episodes as Kartinkin (1968)] / Not in Front of the Children: Stand on Ceremony (1969) / The First Churchills: The Lion and the Unicorn (1969) / Softly Softly - Task Force: Killer (1972) / Six Days of Justice: We'll Support You Evermore (1973) / Armchair 30: Carol's Story (1973) / Hadleigh: The Caper (1973) / Spy Trap: Salvage (1973) / Colditz: Arrival of a Hero (1974) / ITV Sunday Night Theatre: Only the Other Day (1974) / Justice: Persona Non Grata (1974) / Public Eye: The Fall Guy (1975) / Churchill's People: Mutiny (1975) / Oil Strike North: It Depends Where You Stand (1975) / The Legend of Robin Hood (1975) / Poldark (1975)

After Who:
Films: Double Exposure (1977), Black Island (1979), A Sense of Freedom (1981)
Television: Bill Brand: Anybody's (1976) / The Sweeney: Selected Target (1976) / The Crezz: Bent Doubles (1976) / Cottage to Let: Let's Get Away from It All (1977) / Secret Army: A Question of Loyalty (1977) / Rumpole of the Bailey [2 episodes as the Usher (1978)] / The Lost Boys: We Set Out to Be Wrecked (1978) / Edward & Mrs. Simpson: The New King (1978) / BBC2 Play of the Week: Another Day (1978) / Horse in the House [2 episodes as Fire officer Brewster (1979)] / The Onedin Line: Running Free (1979) / Play for Today: Cries from a Watchtower (1979) / The History of Mr. Polly (1980) / The Enigma Files: Billy the Late and Great (1980) / Juliet Bravo: The Anastasia Syndrome (1980) / Union Castle (1982) / Cloud Howe [4 episodes as Peter Peat (1982)] / The Gentle Touch: Pressures (1983) / The Fourth Arm (1983) / King's Royal (1983) / Killer [2 episodes as Joe Ballantyne (1983)] / Up the Elephant and Round the Castle: The Scotch Connection (1985) / King & Castle: Villains (1986) / EastEnders [2 episodes as W.O. Atkinson (1987)] / Screenplay: The Shutter Falls (1987) / The Bill: Missing, Presumed Dead (1987) / The Play on One: Down Where the Buffalo Go (1988) / A Very British Coup [3 episodes as The Cabinet - Sampson (1988)] / Screen Two: Leaving (1989) / Taggart: Hostile Witness (1990) / Your Cheatin' Heart: This Could Turn Septic on Us, Ya Big Ungrateful Midden (1990)
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Filming the Yeti. Behind the scenes of The Abominable Snowmen (1967)

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I listened to the Clever Dick episode about Nicholas Courtney earlier (YT), a decent enough summation of his time on the show.
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Old 26th September 2021, 08:57 PM
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Web of Fear. Still a wonderfully atmospheric chiller. The ep 3 animation is.... utterly godawful. Now, you know I'm not one for hyperbole and I've defended and enjoyed many animations that were almost universally slagged off - I like Fury and Reign just fine, thanks - but this one really is the pits. It's genuinely unwatchable. After 10 minutes I turned it off and tried to see if the colour version was any better. It wasn't. I ended up watching the rest of the ep via the recon, and I hate recons!
Please don't do that again, BBC...
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Web of Fear. Still a wonderfully atmospheric chiller. The ep 3 animation is.... utterly godawful. Now, you know I'm not one for hyperbole and I've defended and enjoyed many animations that were almost universally slagged off - I like Fury and Reign just fine, thanks - but this one really is the pits. It's genuinely unwatchable. After 10 minutes I turned it off and tried to see if the colour version was any better. It wasn't. I ended up watching the rest of the ep via the recon, and I hate recons!
Please don't do that again, BBC...
I think i'm getting the Blu for my birthday. To be honest i only want it to watch restored black and white episodes and to see if i think they will be worth upgrading my dvd's to Blu should the opportunity arise.

Web's a good story. Look forward to watching it in some sort of HD.
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Old 26th September 2021, 09:52 PM
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The actual episodes did look really nice.
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The actual episodes did look really nice.
That's really good to know, thanks, Ian.

I'd love to see the likes of The Romans, The Aztecs and The War Machines restored as well as the 'classics' like Tomb of the Cybermen, The Dalek Invasion of Earth and The Seeds of Death.
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Who: Before And After #537a
Name: Keith Ashley [? - 2007]
Year(s): 1975
Stories: Terror Of The Zygons part 1 – Terror Of The Zygons part 4
Character(s): Zygon
Note: Appeared in several (usually) uncredited roles in Doctor Who:
  • 'The Savages' as a Citizen
  • 'The Underwater Menace' as both an Atlantean Guard and a Miner
  • 'The War Games' as a Firing Squad Member
  • 'Spearhead from Space' as an Extra
  • 'Doctor Who and the Silurians' as a Technician
  • 'Inferno' as a Technician
  • 'The Dæmons' as a Villager
  • 'The Mutants' as a Skybase guard
  • 'Planet of the Spiders' as a Villager
  • 'Genesis Of The Daleks' as a Dalek operator
  • 'The Android Invasion' as Kraal Android and a UNIT soldier
  • 'The Seeds of Doom' as both the Krynoid and Sir Colin's aide
  • 'The Masque of Mandragora' as a Brother

Before Who:
Films: Turkey Time (1970)
Television: Hancock's Half Hour: Twelve Angry Men (1959) / The Love of Mike: Film Festival (1960) / The Pen of My Aunt: Lucky Dip (1960) / On Trial: W.T. Stead (1960) / Spy-Catcher [2 episodes (1960)] / Maigret: The Burglar's Wife (1960) / The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre: Man at the Carlton Tower (1961) / Compact: A True Story (1962) / The Cheaters: Legs, £50,000 Each (1962) / The Bed-Sit Girl: The Italian Pilot (1965) / Seven Deadly Sins: The Erpingham Camp (1966) / Softly Softly [2 episodes, different characters (1969)] / The Rat Catchers: Rendezvous - Vienna (1966) / Hugh and I: Adios, Amigos (1967) / The Forsyte Saga: A Man of Property (1967) / Z Cars [6 episodes, different characters (1967-1971)]./ ITV Playhouse: The Curtis Affair (1968) / Beggar My Neighbour: Grey Flannel Lounge Suit (1968) / Crime Buster: Howzat (1968) / Who-Dun-It: Don't Shoot the Cook (1969) / Doctor in the House: The Royal Visit (1970) / No, That's Me Over Here!: The Girl (1970) / Take Three Girls: A School for Grievances (1971) / Softly Softly - Task Force: Hostage (1971) / His Lordship Entertains: The Railway Station (1972) / Spy Trap: Who Among Us? (1972) / Villains: Belinda (1972) / The Adventurer: Miss Me Once, Miss Me Twice and Miss Me Once Again* (1972) / ITV Sunday Night Theatre: The Piano Player (1972) / Upstairs, Downstairs [2 episodes as Loris (1972-1973)] / Marked Personal [2 episodes as Harry (1973)] / Colditz [2 episodes, different characters (1974)] / Love Thy Neighbour: Royal Blood (1975) / The Rough with the Smooth (1975) / My Son Reuben: The Promised Land (1975)

After Who:
Films: None
Television: The Onedin Line: Month of the Albatross (1976) / Spring & Autumn (1976) / Get Some In!: Erks (1977) / Three Piece Suite: Bitter Suite (1977)
Who: Before And After 537b
Name: Ronald Gough [? - ]
Year(s): 1975
Stories: Terror Of The Zygons [art 2 – Terror Of The Zygons part 4
Character(s): Zygon
Note: Appeared in several uncredited roles in Doctor Who:
  • 'The Underwater Menace' as an Atlantean Guard
  • 'Doctor Who and the Silurians' as a Technician
  • 'Inferno' as a Technician
  • 'The Mutants' as a Skybase Guard
  • 'Planet of the Daleks' as a Spiridon
  • 'Invasion of the Dinosaurs' as an Army Soldier
  • 'The Seeds of Doom' as a Marine and the Krynoid

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Softly Softly: Blind Man's Bluff (1966) / Big Breadwinner Hog: Self-Discipline Is Its Own Reward (1969) / Menace: The Elimination (1970) / Softly Softly - Task Force: Held for Questioning (1971) / Z Cars [4 episodes, different characters (1971-1977)] / Dixon of Dock Green [4 episodes, different characters (1974)] / Villains: Commander (1972) / Colditz: The Spirit of Freedom (1972) / Thirty Minutes Worth (1972) / The Top Secret Life of Edgar Briggs: The Assassin/A Dinner Date with Death (1974) / Thriller: Look Back in Happiness* (1975)

After Who:
Films: None
Television: Ripping Yarns: Across the Andes by Frog (1977)
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