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Old 4th November 2021, 01:06 PM
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The Doctor (Peter Davison) in discussion with Todd (Nerys Hughes) whilst Adric (Matthew Waterhouse) looks his usual bored self in Kinda (1982)

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Old 4th November 2021, 01:12 PM
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A mere 339k viewers watched the opening episode on BBC America.

That's a third of what Capaldi achieved for the first episode of series 10, his final series.

That's woeful and no amount of spin can suggest otherwise.
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Old 5th November 2021, 05:41 AM
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Who: Before And After #576a
Name: David Bailie [1937 - 2021]
Year(s): 1977
Stories: The Robots Of Death part 1 – The Robots Of Death part 2
Character(s): Dask / Taren Capel
Note:
  • Had previously been considered for the role of Gharman in the 1975 story 'Genesis of the Daleks'
Appeared in a number of audio stories:
  • In the Magic Bullet 'Kaldor City' stories 'Taren Capel' / 'Checkmate'
  • In the Big Finish 'The Lost Stories' title 'The Nightmare Fair' (as the Celestial Toymaker)
  • In the Big Finish 'Companion Chronicles' title 'Solitaire' (as the Celestial Toymaker)
Read the audiobooks in the Tales of Terror series 'Murder in the Dark', 'Trick or Treat'

Before Who:
Films: Flame in the Streets (1961), All's Well That Ends Well (1968), Henry VIII and His Six Wives (1972), The Creeping Flesh* (1973), Son of Dracula (1973), Wipers Three (1973), Legend of the Werewolf (1975)

Television: Ransom for a Pretty Girl [5 episodes as Colonel Caron (1966)] / The Fenn Street Gang: Leave It to Me, Darling* (1971) / The Visitors (1972) / Adam Smith [2 episodes as the Rev. Douglas Black (1972)] / The Regiment: Ambush (1973) / Play for Today: The Lonely Man's Lover (1974) / Churchill's People: Silver Giant, Wooden Dwarf (1975) / Softly Softly - Task Force: Whose Side Are You On? (1975) / BBC Play of the Month: The Little Minister (1975) / BBC Play of the Month: Love's Labour's Lost (1975) / Plays for Britain: Hitting Town (1976) / Warship: Wind Song (1977)

After Who:
Films: Golden Rendezvous (1977), Henry IV Part I (1979), Cutthroat Island (1995), The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc* (1999), Gladiator (2000), Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl* [as Cotton] (2003), Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest [as Cotton] (2006), Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End [as Cotton] (2007), Tribe (2011), Traveller (2013), October 1 (2014), The Timber (2015), The Beyond (2017), The House That Jack Built (2018), In the Trap (2019), Darbar (2020), Barun Rai and the House on the Cliff (2021)

Television: Blake's 7: Project Avalon (1978) / The Onedin Line: The Reverend's Daughter (1978) / The New Adventures of Robin Hood: Outlaw Express (1997) / Attila [2 episodes as the Shaman (2001)] / Sinbad: Fiend or Friend? (2012)

Who: Before And After #576b
Name: Rob Edwards [1949 - ]
Year(s): 1977
Stories: The Robots Of Death part 1
Character(s): Chub
Note: Had previously provided one of the voices for Xoanon in 'The Face Of Evil'

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Whodunnit?: Time to Dye (1976) / Gangsters: Incident Four (1976)

After Who:
Films: Henry IV Part I (1979), Henry IV Part II (1979), Henry V (1979), Hamlet (1996), Margaret Thatcher: The Long Walk to Finchley (2008), Men Who Sleep in Cars (2017)
Television: Secret Army [2 episodes, different characters (1977-1979)] / Just William [3 episodes as Jimmie Moore (1977)] / An Englishman's Castle [3 episodes as Bert Worth (1978)] / BBC2 Playhouse: Lifelike (1980) / By the Sword Divided [17 episodes as John Fletcher (1983-1985)] / The Fourth Arm [10 episodes as Stephen 'Hibou' Lovell (1983)] / Crown Court: Citizens (1984) / The Practice [13 episodes as Dr. Chris Clark (1986)] / Aliens in the Family [6 episodes as David (1987)] / This Is David Lander: A Growing Crisis (1988) / Campion: The Case of the Late Pig (1989) / Mother Love [2 episodes as the Consultant (1989)] / Casualty [2 episodes, different characters (1991-1995)] / Soldier Soldier: Disintegration (1993) / Performance: Measure for Measure (1994) / A Touch of Frost: Appropriate Adults (1995) / Harry (1995) / The Bill [2 episodes, different characters (1995-1996)] / The Chief (1995) / Kavanagh QC: True Commitment (1996) / Madson (1996) / In Suspicious Circumstances: The Great Romancer (1996) / Dangerfield: Trial (1996) / Accused: Mike (1996) / Trail of Guilt: Art of Deception (1999) / The Thick of It [4 episodes as Geoff Holhurst (2005-2012)] / Midsomer Murders: Down Among the Dead Men (2006) / Dalziel and Pascoe: Guardian Angel (2006) / Dancing on the Edge [3 episodes as Sarah's Father (2013)] / Holby City: Someone to Look After Me (2017)
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Old 5th November 2021, 09:45 AM
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RIP Lionel Blair

Posted here, because the clip they used in tribute on breakfast telly this morning for Give Us A Clue featured both Jon Pertwee and Peter Davison in Lionel's team, which I thought was kinda cool.
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A mere 339k viewers watched the opening episode on BBC America.

That's a third of what Capaldi achieved for the first episode of series 10, his final series.

That's woeful and no amount of spin can suggest otherwise.
that is dire, its going to take a miracle for the show to survive, just think too much damage has been done by chris chibnall and the BBC agenda no what they do next season

just proves most people are sick of woke agenda, you can tell a good story with a message/agenda without the being beating around the head with terrible writing as classic who has showing
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that is dire, its going to take a miracle for the show to survive, just think too much damage has been done by chris chibnall and the BBC agenda no what they do next season
Eh? It's going to survive because it's already been announced that Russell T Davies is back in charge and will be making a sixtieth anniversary special and a full length series to follow.
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Old 5th November 2021, 01:21 PM
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The Daleks with their servants, the beast like Ogrons, in 1972's Day of the Daleks.

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In memory of Bob Baker (1939 - 2021) - the last surviving writer of the Jon Pertwee era

K9 co-creator Bob Baker dies at 82 / Cult Box

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The title for the fourth episode of Series 13 has been revealed


The synopsis for 'Village Of The Angels' is:

"Devon, November 1967. A little girl has gone missing. Professor Eustacius Jericho is conducting psychic experiments. And in the village graveyard, there is one gravestone too many. Why is Medderton known as “The Cursed Village”? And what do the Weeping Angels want?"


The episode is due to be broadcast between 6.15pm - 7.05pm on Sunday 21 November 2021 on BBC One
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Eh? It's going to survive because it's already been announced that Russell T Davies is back in charge and will be making a sixtieth anniversary special and a full length series to follow.
Ever the optimist. Taking a long hard look at ex-showrunner Russell T. Davies, and of course his personal leanings, I would say he's already going to continue where Chibnall (agent provocateur) and the BBC left off with The Timeless Children, and the endless multiple Doctor's narrative that's been set in stone by his employer, the BBC, through Chris Chibnall. The show would have to be totally overhauled, and the narrative that's been pushed through since Imposter Who took over the reigns, ignored. That will never happen in the diverse and inclusive BBC with it's policy of pushing gender neutrality etc... Davies seems to agree with the BBC policy, so very little will change. The timeline will continue on, and that will be death nail. I wonder if the TARDIS is next on the chopping block. All shall be revealed by the end of this gigantic brown floating turd of a show.
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