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Old 20th January 2022, 07:21 PM
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BREAKING NEWS

Phil Collinson to return as Doctor Who producer for series 14 and beyond

Phil was producer from Rose to Journey’s End (2005-2009)

Production has begun on the new era of Doctor Who and a fourteenth Doctor announcement is expected imminently
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Old 20th January 2022, 08:00 PM
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So all the people behind my least favourite era (bar the current one) are all coming back.
This does not really fill me with hope.
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Old 20th January 2022, 11:40 PM
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So all the people behind my least favourite era (bar the current one) are all coming back.
This does not really fill me with hope.
Should be interesting to see who they cast in the leading role. My concern is with the BBC, even though Davies is producing the show independently through BBC Studios. Will Davies scrap the destroyed Dr Who timeline or will he just dance around the edges and band aid up the catastrophic experiment created by the BBC and it's willing participant Chris Chibnall, who was paid a fine pay cheque indeed.
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Old 21st January 2022, 06:01 AM
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Who: Before And After #652
Name: John Bryans [1942 - 1989]
Year(s): 1979
Stories: The Creature From The Pit part 1 – The Creature From The Pit part 4
Character(s): Torvin
Note: Had previously been considered for the roles of both Pa Clanton and Bat Masterson in the 1966 story 'The Gunfighters'

Before Who:
Films: The Verdict (1964), Downfall (1964), Hassan (1970), The Price of Love (1970), The House That Dripped Blood* (1971), Henry VIII and His Six Wives [as Cardinal Wolsey] (1972), Thank You, Comrades (1978), Atom Spies (1979)


Television: Moonstrike Rush Job (1963) / The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre: The Verdict (1964) / Martin Chuzzlewit [2 episodes as Dr. Jobling (1964)] / Dixon of Dock Green [7 episodes, different characters (1964-1972)] / The Protectors: The Bottle Shop (1964) / Melissa (1964) / Redcap: Corporal McCann's Private War (1964) / Crane: A Danger to Others (1964) / The Saint: The Imprudent Politician (1964) / Danger Man: It's Up to the Lady (1965) / ITV Sunday Night Drama: The Paper Man (1965) / A Tale of Two Cities: On Trial for Treason (1965) / Jury Room: The Chicken Farm Mystery (1965) / For Whom the Bell Tolls [3 episodes as General Golz (1965)] / The Wednesday Play: The Girl Who Loved Robots (1965) / Eugenie Grandet: Inheritance (1966) / David Copperfield: Home at Last (1966) / Take a Pair of Private Eyes [6 episodes as Feinster (1966)] / Blackmail: Care and Protection (1966) / Mystery and Imagination: The Flying Dragon (1966) / ITV Play of the Week: The Tormentors (1966) / The Baron* [2 episodes, different characters (1966)] / Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: The Croxley Master (1967) / Blandings Castle: Lord Emsworth Acts for the Best (1967) / The Paradise Makers [2 episodes as Bulmer (1967)] / The Wednesday Play: A Breach in the Wall (1967) / St. Ives: Amersham Place (1967) / The Revenue Men: Swallowtale (1967) / Kenilworth [4 episodes as Foster (1967)] / Boy Meets Girl: Love with a Few Hairs (1967) / The Informer: Study in the Nude (1967) / Z Cars [4 episodes, different characters (1967-1976)] / Theatre 625: The Curse of the Donkins (1968) / Point Counter Point [5 episodes as Denis Burlap (1968)] / Spindoe: You Start Winning... (1968) / BBC Play of the Month: St. Joan (1968) / Nana: Fall of an Empire (1968) / ITV Playhouse: Number Ten (1968) / The £1, 000, 000 Bank Note [3 episodes as Butler (1968)] / Thirty-Minute Theatre: The Last Victim (1968) / The Champions: The Ghost Plane (1968) / Resurrection [3 episodes as Fanarin (1968)] / Big Breadwinner Hog: Hogarth Can Do Better (1969) / The First Lady: And They Call That Progress (1969) / The Expert: No Home in the City (1969) / The Contenders [4 episodes as Justin Cartridge (1969)] / Special Branch: Care of Her Majesty (1969) / Softly Softly - Task Force: To Protect the Innocent... (1969) / Parkin's Patch: Regulation 17 (1970) / Randall And Hopkirk (Deceased): Could You Recognise the Man Again? (1970) / As Good Cooks Go: Bring on the Ghosts (1970) / Albert and Victoria: The Petticoat Rebels (1970) / Armchair Theatre: The Prime Minister's Daughter (1970) / Menace: The Straight and the Narrow (1970) / Roads to Freedom [2 episodes as Daladier (1970)] / Bel Ami [5 episodes as Monsieur Walter (1971)] / The Guardians: Head of State (1971) / Misleading Cases: A Tiger in Your Bank (1971) / Cousin Bette [5 episodes as Crevel (1971)] / The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes: The Missing Witness Sensation (1971) / The Troubleshooters: The One with the Waggly Tail (1971) / Owen, M.D.: On the Parish (1971) / Justice [22 episodes, different characters (1971-1974)] / Clochemerle: The Inexorable Power of the Third Republic (1972) / Clouds of Witness (1972) / Villains: George (1972) / Colditz: Name, Rank and Number (1972) / The Strauss Family: Emilie (1972) / Black and Blue: High Kampf (1973) / Within These Walls: Cause for Concern (1974) / Churchill's People: A Bill of Mortality (1975) / Crown Court: The Obsession (1975) / Rock Follies: The Little Ladies (1976) / Killers: The Chalkpit Murder (1976) / When the Boat Comes In: In the Front Line You Get Shot At (1977) / Yes, Honestly: I Can't Place the Face But the Name Is Familiar (1977) / Murder Most English: A Flaxborough Chronicle: Hopjoy Was Here (1977) / London Belongs to Me [4 episodes as Mr. Battlebury (1977)] / Just William: William's Lucky Day (1977) / Anna Karenina (1977) / Play for Today: Nipper (1977) / The Other One [2 episodes, different characters (1977)] / Odd Man Out: Ooh La La (1977) / Wilde Alliance: Affray in Amsterdam (1978) / Armchair Thriller: Quiet as a Nun [2 episodes as Sir Charles (1978)] / Whodunnit?: Final Trumpet (1978) / Backs to the Land [2 episodes as Mr. Pennyfeather (1978)] / Blake's 7: Seek-Locate-Destroy* (1978) / The Onedin Line: The Upright Man (1978) / Lillie [2 episodes as C.J. Freake (1978)] / Thomas and Sarah: The Silver Ghost (1979) / Maggie and Her: Enter a Psychologist (1979) / Heartland: Big Deal (1979) / The Glums (1979) / Blake's 7: Trial (1979)


After Who:
Films: Suez 1956 (1979), Henry V (1979), Praying Mantis (1982), The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1982)
Television: Bless Me Father: All at Sea (1979) / Blake's 7: Rumours of Death (1980) / The Gentle Touch: Loyalties (1980) / Cribb: Murder Old Boy? (1981) / The Borgias [2 episodes as Cardinal Vera (1981)] / Fame Is the Spur [2 episldes as Hawley Artingstall (1982)] / Sorry!: Perchance to Dream (1982) / Saturday Night Thriller: Broken Glass (1982) / Nanny [3 episodes as Dr. Elder (1982-1983)] / My Cousin Rachel [2 episodes as Mr. Couch (1983)] / Death of an Expert Witness [4 episodes as Chief Superintendent Mercer (1983)] / Only Fools and Horses: Homesick* (1983) / The Brief: Nickels and Dimes (1984) / Me and My Girl: Put Yourself in My Place (1985)

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Should be interesting to see who they cast in the leading role. My concern is with the BBC, even though Davies is producing the show independently through BBC Studios. Will Davies scrap the destroyed Dr Who timeline or will he just dance around the edges and band aid up the catastrophic experiment created by the BBC and it's willing participant Chris Chibnall, who was paid a fine pay cheque indeed.
It all depends who they cast in the lead. It HAS to be a male for me, and not Cletus from The Simpsons.
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It all depends who they cast in the lead. It HAS to be a male for me, and not Cletus from The Simpsons.
Well it would with you. Do you fancy Jeremy Clarkson in the lead role? Or maybe a transgender Doctor. Could possibly be a black Doctor, or maybe someone younger than Matt Smith. Davies has plenty of options. My concern revolves around what went before. It's going to be difficult trying to either justify or ignore it, and say 'that was better than the crap that went before'. As I said sometime ago last year, I can't wait to see what happens. The body politic seems more interesting than what's happing with the current state of the show.
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Who: Before And After #653a
Name: Tim Munro [1951 - ]
Year(s): 1979 / 1983
Stories: The Creature From The Pit part 1 – The Creature From The Pit part 4 / Terminus part 2 – Terminus part 4
Character(s): Ainu / Sigurd

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: ITV Sunday Night Theatre: Only the Other Day (1974)

After Who:
Films: The Anatomist by James Bridie (1980), A Christmas Carol* (1984), Blood Royal: William the Conqueror (1990), Wycliffe and the Cycle of Death (1993), The Murder of Stephen Lawrence (1999), The Alchemists (1999), Casanova's Last Stand (2007)


Television: Nanny [2 episodes as David (1981)] / Great Expectations [9 episodes as Herbert Pocket (1981)] / The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady [5 episodes as Bernard Holden (1984)] / Who Dares Wins [2 episodes, Various characters (1985)] / Running Loose [6 episodes as Chris (1988)] / A Very Peculiar Practice: Death of a University (1988) / The Bill [4 episodes, different characters (1989-2003)] / Poirot: The Mysterious Affair at Styles (1990) / Centrepoint [2 episodes as a TV reporter (1990)] / EastEnders (1991) / Minder: Bring Me the Head of Arthur Daley (1994) / Dangerfield [3 episodes as Doctor Withers (1995)] / Family Money (1996) / Judge John Deed [6 episodes as Norman Children (2001-2006)] / Holby Blue (2008) / Casualty: The Last Call (2014) / Murder Maps: Notting Hill Horror (2016)

Who: Before And After #653b
Name: Philip Denyer [? - ]
Year(s): 1979
Stories: The Creature From The Pit part 2 – The Creature From The Pit part 3
Character(s): Guard

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: None

After Who:
Films: None
Television: The Discovery of Animal Behaviour: Living Together (1982)

Who: Before And After #653c
Name: Tommy Wright [1927 - 1999]
Year(s): 1979
Stories: The Creature From The Put part 2 – The Creature From The Pit part 3
Character(s): Guardmaster

Before Who:
Films: Cinderella (1961), The Mini-Mob (1967), The Optimists (1973), Frustrated Wives (1974). Frightmare (1974), Journey Into Fear (1975), The Littlest Horse Thieves (1976), Crossed Swords (1977)
Television: Z Cars [5 episodes, different characters (1967-1978)] / Softly Softly - Task Force: Observation (1973) / Barlow: Hit (1974) / Dial M for Murder: The Man in the Middle (1974) / Till Death Us Do Part: Outback Bound (1974) / Dixon of Dock Green [3 episodes, different characters (1974-1975)] / The Brothers: Big Deal (1975) / Upstairs, Downstairs: The Nine Days Wonder (1975) / Play for Today: Rumpole of the Bailey (1975) / Bill Brand: Yarn (1976) / Sykes: Bath (1976) / The Onedin Line [2 episodes, different characters (1976-1978)] / Mr. Big: The Bank Job (1977) / The Liver Birds: The Edge (1977) / Target: Carve Up (1977) / Accident: Departure Point (1978) / ITV Playhouse: The Quiz Kid (1979) / Robin's Nest: Too Many Waiters Spoil the Bistro (1979) / A Moment in Time (1979)

After Who:
Films: The Elephant Man*, The Boys in Blue (1982), Singleton's Pluck (1984), The Sign of Four (1987), The Phantom of the Opera (1989), Life After Life (1990), Under Suspicion (1991), Chaplin (1992), Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1994).


Television: The Dick Francis Thriller - The Racing Game: Horsenap (1979) / Young at Heart [2 episodes a sLen (1980-1981)] / Minder: Monday Night Fever (1980) / The Enigma Files: Gunpowder Plot (1980) / The Professionals: Wild Justice (1980) / Brendon Chase: The Hunt (1981) / Jackanory Playhouse: The Toy Princess (1981) / Brookside [2 episodes as Ted (1983)] / Mitch: Squealer (1984) / Up the Elephant and Round the Castle: Rockinshores and Doodlebugs (1985) / The Bill [2 episodes, different characters (1989)] / Bread (1987) / Boon: Never Say Trevor Again (1988) / Poirot: The Dream (1989) / London's Burning (1989) / Never the Twain: X Marks the Spot (1990) / Casualty: Salvation (1990) / The Paradise Club: Lord of the Files (1990) / Drop the Dead Donkey: Drunk Minister (1991) / Screen Two: Sin Bin (1994) / Soldier Soldier: Friends and Lovers (1997) / Home Farm Twins: The Piglet (1999) / Liverpool 1: Lest Ye Be Judged (1999)

Who: Before And After #653d
Name: Dave Redgrave [? - ]
Year(s): 1979
Stories: The Creature From The Pit part 3
Character(s): Guard

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: None

After Who:
Films: The Last Horror Movie (2003)
Television: Screen Two [2 episodes, different characters (1985-1989)] / The Chief (1991) / London's Burning (1996)
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