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Old 21st November 2021, 12:51 PM
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The TARDIS console room circa 1980.


Note the 'sonic' screwdriver on the floor to the right.
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Old 21st November 2021, 01:27 PM
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The TARDIS console room circa 1980.


Note the 'sonic' screwdriver on the floor to the right.
The console room from The Movie (1996) until now is much too busy. The control room from classic who, however. is how it should be - clean and clinical!
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Old 21st November 2021, 01:35 PM
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The console room from The Movie (1996) until now is much too busy. The control room from classic who, however. is how it should be - clean and clinical!
I like the Tennant console room too. Always have. The actual console of the late Smith / Capaldi era is fairly close to the original, but not when the camera pans out to see all the stairs and balcony's in Capaldi's TARDIS.
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Old 21st November 2021, 07:33 PM
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An enjoyable Weeping Angel tale from Maxine Alderton that even Chibnall's Division shite couldn't ruin.
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Old 22nd November 2021, 07:18 AM
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Who: Before And After #593
Name: Jim McManus [1940 - ]
Year(s): 1977
Stories: The Invisible Enemy part 2 Ė The Invisible Enemy part 4
Character(s): Ophthalmologist

Before Who:
Films: The Square Peg (1958), Breakout (1959), The Day the Earth Caught Fire* (1961), Legend of the Werewolf (1975)


Television: Z Cars [2 episodes, different characters (1962-1968)] / Hugh and I [4 episodes (1963-1966)] / Comedy Playhouse: The Plan (1963) / Sykes and A...: Sykes and a Following (1964) / Detective: The Drawing (1964) / The Graham Stark Show (1964) / Crossroads [2 episodes as Ron Bateman (1965-1966)] / Dixon of Dock Green [4 episodes, different characters (1966-1976)] / Softly Softly: Sing a Song of Friendship (1967) / The Wednesday Play: The Playground (1967) / The Spanish Farm: The Crime at Vanderlynden's (1968) / The Expert: And So Say All of Us (1968) / Harry Worth [2 episodes, different characters (1968)] / The Gnomes of Dulwich (1969) / Steptoe and Son: Robbery with Violence (1970) / Albert!: The Compulsive Gambler (1971) / The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder: The Duke (1971) / Armchair Theatre: Brown Skin Gal, Stay Home and Mind Bay-Bee (1971) / Softly Softly - Task Force: Once Bitten (1971) / The Fenn Street Gang [3 episodes, different characters (1971-1973)] / Father, Dear Father [2 episodes, different characters (1971-1972)] / Clochemerle: The Inexorable Power of the Third Republic (1972) / Bless This House: Wives and Lovers (1972) / Doctor in Charge: Long Day's Journey Into Knighthood (1972) / Scoop [2 episodes as Shumble (1972)] / The Upper Crusts: Decline and Fall (1973) / Barlow: Wheelbarrows (1973) / Ooh La La!: Kept on a String (1973) / New Scotland Yard: Daisy Chain (1973) / Bowler: Without Let or Hindrance (1973) / The Sweeney: Visiting Fireman (1976) / Rough Justice: Trespass (1977)

After Who:
Films: Sweeney 2* (1978), Murder by Decree (1979), Silver Dream Racer (1980), Harry Carpenter Never Said It Was Like This (1982), Diamond's Edge (1988), Buddy's Song (1991), Lawless Heart (2001), Hornblower: Loyalty (2003), Night's Vampire (2004), Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007), Easy Virtue (2008), Pride (2014)

Television: The Professionals: Heroes (1978) / Juliet Bravo: The Anastasia Syndrome (1980) / The Other 'Arf: Moving Away (1981) / The Chinese Detective: The Four from Fulham (1981) / Rosie: Tune on a Silent Dog Whistle (1981) / Roger Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1981) / Minder [2 episodes, different characters (1982-1994)] / Only Fools and Horses: It Never Rains....* (1982) / Bergerac: Fires in the Fall (1986) / Screenplay: The Trial of Klaus Barbie (1987) / Casting Off [4 episodes as Bernard (1988)] / Bad Boyes: Rose Arrives (1988) / The Bill [7 episodes, different characters (1988-2000)] / Young Charlie Chaplin (1989) / T.Bag and the Pearls of Wisdom: Cedric Sackbutt's Search for a Song (1990) / Press Gang: Friends Like These (1990) / Trouble in Mind [8 episodes as Stanley Chambers (1991)] / The House of Eliott (1992) / Screen One: Running Late (1992) / Chef!: Masterchef (1994) / Dangerous Lady (1995) / The Treacle People: Treacle Trouble [voice only] (1996) / Sharpe: Sharpe's Siege (1996) / Jack and Jeremy's Real Lives: Hospital Entrepreneurs (1996) / Casualty (1996) / Underworld (1997) / Goodnight Sweetheart: How I Won the War (1999) / EastEnders (2001) / Doctors: Golden Years (2002) / Tipping the Velvet (2002) / erious and Organised: Greed (2003) / Heartbeat [2 episodes as Clive Formby (2004)]
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Old 22nd November 2021, 12:32 PM
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In memory of Bernard Holley (1940 - 2021)

Appeared in numerous audio stories and on screen as Peter Haydon in the 1967 story 'The Tomb Of The Cybermen'...


...and as the male Axon in the 1971 story 'The Claws of Axos'

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The Doctor (Patrick Troughton, centre) and companions Zoe (Wendy Padbury) and Jamie (Frazer Hines) attempt to escape to the TARDIS in The War Games (1969)

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In memory of Bernard Holley (1940 - 2021)

Appeared in numerous audio stories and on screen as Peter Haydon in the 1967 story 'The Tomb Of The Cybermen'...


...and as the male Axon in the 1971 story 'The Claws of Axos'

Claws Of Axos seems to divide opinion a bit. Personally, I think itís brilliant.
Bernard Holley played a great role in this.
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Claws Of Axos seems to divide opinion a bit. Personally, I think itís brilliant.
Same here. I love it when the Axons go on the rampage.

Hopefully when see it on Blu-ray it will be a vast improvement on the dvd.
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Old 23rd November 2021, 06:49 AM
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Who: Before And After #594
Name: Kenneth Waller [1927 - 2000]
Year(s): 1977
Stories: The Invisible Enemy part 2
Character(s): Hedges

Before Who:
Films: Room at the Top (1959), Mr. Brown Comes Down the Hill (1965), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang* (1968), Scrooge (1970), The Love Pill (1972), Carry on Behind (1975), The Venetian Twins (1976), Come Spy with Me (1977)

Television: Starr and Company: Taken for a Ride (1958) / Z Cars [4 episodes, different characters (1963-1977)] / Compact: Business Not Blackmail (1964) / A Game of Murder (1966) / Crossroads (1967) / Armchair Theatre: What's a Mother For? (1969) / Fraud Squad: Run for Your Money (1969) / Softly Softly - Task Force: Power of the Press (1970) / Albert and Victoria: The Gothic Church (1970) / The Onedin Line [2 episodes as a Drayman (1971)] / On the Buses: Boxing Day Social* (1971) / The Train Now Standing: Send Him Victorious (1972) / The Liver Birds [2 episodes, different characters (1972-1976)] / Dixon of Dock Green [2 episodes, different characters (1972-1974)] / Doctor in Charge: This Is Your Wife (1972) / The Fenn Street Gang [3 episodes, different characters (1971-1972)] / Menace: Tom (1973) / Bowler: Come Round Any Old Time (1973) / Romany Jones: Not So Sweet Charity (1973) / Six Days of Justice: Stranger in Paradise (1973) / ...And Mother Makes Five: The Matter of Tiny Feet (1974) / The Top Secret Life of Edgar Briggs: The Courier (1974) / South Riding [2 episodes as Mr. Tadman (1974)] / Churchill's People: The Fine Art of Bubble-Blowing (1975) / Doctor on the Go: What's Op Doc? (1975) / The Growing Pains of P.C. Penrose: The Peeper (1975) / Well Anyway: Be That as It May (1976) / BBC Play of the Month: The Winslow Boy (1977)

After Who:
Films: Airey Neave: A Will of Steel (1980), Nye (1982), Florence Nightingale (1985), The Queen's Arms (1986), Santa's First Christmas (1992)
Television: Target: Vandraggers (1977) / The Professionals: Killer with a Long Arm (1978) / The Mayor of Casterbridge (1978) / The Famous Five: Five Go to Billycock Hill* (1978) / Lovely Couple: Dirty Weekend (1979) / All Creatures Great and Small [2 episodes as Ronald Beresford (1980)] / Sounding Brass: H.G. and the Hundred Years (1980) / Holding the Fort: Jumping the Gun (1980) / Are You Being Served?* [8 episodes as Old Mr. Grace (1981)] / Juliet Bravo: Where There's Muck... (1982) / Fair Ground! [9 episodes as Mr. Grant (1983)] / Minder: A Number of Old Wives Tales (1984) / Ellis Island (1984) / Big Deal [27 episodes as Ferret (1984-1986)] / Roll Over Beethoven [2 episodes as Mr. Beckett (1985)] / The Pickwick Papers [2 episodes as Fogg (1985)] / Bread [74 episodes as Grandad (1986-1991)] / Boon: Trudy's Grit (1987) / Never the Twain: Settled Out of Court (1988) / Coronation Street [4 episodes as Mr. Watts (1988)] / Down to Earth (1995) / Romuald the Reindeer: Knitting Patterns (1996) / The Queen's Nose: Harmony's Return (1999)
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