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Old 27th January 2022, 11:56 AM
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The War Machine arrived today. Less than 24 hours after ordering it.

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The cover art of the BBC book The King of Terror featuring the fifth Doctor, Tegan, Turlough, the Bridagier and UNIT, published in November 2000.

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Old 28th January 2022, 05:37 AM
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Who: Before And After #659a
Name: Michael Osborne [1947 - ]
Year(s): 1979 - 1980
Stories: The Horns Of Nimon part 1 – The Horns Of Nimon part 4
Character(s): Sorak
Note: Had previous appeared in uncredited roles in the 1965 story 'The Myth Makers' (as a Citizen of Troy) and the 1966 story 'The Ark' (as a Slave Guardian)

Before Who:
Films: The Man with the Golden Gun* (1974). Force 10 from Navarone (1978), Lady Oscar (1979)


Television: Softly Softly: Complaint (1968) / Dad's Army: Museum Piece (1968) / Sinister Street [5 episodes as Alan Merivale (1969)] / The Six Wives of Henry VIII: Anne Boleyn (1970) / Comedy Playhouse: The Old Contemptible (1970) / Dixon of Dock Green [42 episodes as PC Newton (1970-1972)] / Crossroads (1971) / Crime of Passion; Modeste (1972) / Whodunnit?: Dead Likeness (1973) / Oh, Father!; Just Impediment (1973) / Jackanory Playhouse: Robia with the Long Hair (1974) / Jennie - Lady Randolph Churchill: Triumph and Tragedy (1974) / Edward the King [6 episodes as Prince George (1975)] / Couples [13 episodes as James Garvey (1975-1976)] / Clayhanger [4 episodes as Johnny Orgreave (1976)] / Crown Court: Echoes (1978) / 1990: What Pleases the Prince... (1978) / Secret Army: Collaborator (1979)

After Who:
Films: Sylvester (1985)
Television: Enemy at the Door: No Quarter Given (1980) / Play for Today: The Vanishing Army (1980) / ITV Playhouse: New Girl in Town (1980) / The Latchkey Children [3 episodes as the TV director (1980)] / Grandad (1980) / Bergerac: See You in Moscow (1981) / On the Line [4 episodes as Vic Fox (1982)] / Grange Hill [9 episodes as Mr. Howard (1984)] / In Sickness and in Health: Christmas Special (1985)

Who: Before And After #659b
Name: Bob Hornery [1931 - 2015]
Year(s): 1979 - 1980
Stories: The Horns Of Nimon part 1
Character(s): Pilot
Note: Unnamed in the broadcast version, the character is given the name Sekkoth in the Target novelisation

Before Who:
Films: Burst of Summer (1961), Ego Hugo (1973), Phoelix [as Queen Nefertiti] (1979)
Television: Consider Your Verdict: Queen Versus Meaker (1964) / The Magic Boomerang: Fire Trap (1965) Jury Room: The Dilke Affair (1965) / The Marriage Lines: And Then There Were Five (1966) / Armchair Theatre; A Fair Swap (1966) / George and the Dragon: Merry Christmas (1966) / The Troubleshooters: Who Buys Who? (1967) / Nicholas Nickleby [2 episodes as Folair (1968)] / Orlando [4 episodes as Fred Jeeduddah (1968)] / Mystery and Imagination; The Telltale Heart (1968) / The Ugliest Girl in Town: Matchmates (1969) / Here Come the Double Deckers!: Scooper Strikes Out (1970) / A Nice Day at the Office: An Ant Can't (1972) / Dad's Army: The Royal Train (1973) / Whodunnit?: No Happy Returns (1977) / Shelley: Moving In (1979)

After Who:
Films: Britannia Hospital (1982), Stanley: Every Home Should Have One (1984), Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985), Ground Zero (1987), The Ham Funeral (1990), More Winners: The Big Wish (1990), The Importance of Being Earnest (1992), Road to Nhill (1997), Dogwoman: Dead Dog Walking (2000), Virtual Nightmare (2000), Crackerjack (2002)
Television: The Further Adventures of Oliver Twist [2 episodes as Carter (1980)] / Sapphire & Steel: Assignment Four [4 episodes as Shape (1981)] / Goodbye, Mr. Kent (1982) / Five Mile Creek: Maggie (1984) / Palace of Dreams: December 1931 (1985) / Rafferty's Rules: The Plague (1989) / Embassy: Hostage (1992) / Snowy River: The McGregor Saga: In Duty Bound (1995) / Mercury: Without Fear or Favour (1996) / The Genie from Down Under; Wishing and Hoping (1996) / Neighbours [22 episodes as Tom Kennedy (1996-2007)] / Blue Heelers [3 episodes as Hec O'Farrell (1997-2002)] / State Coroner; 'Till Death Do Us Part (1997) / The Micallef Program (1998) / Thunderstone [12 episodes as Monsoon (1999)] / Something in the Air [2 episodes as Cedric Hodgson (2000)] / Introducing Gary Petty: The Antique Dealer Who Did Me Wrong (2000) / Murder Call; Still Life (2000) / Legacy of the Silver Shadow: Stephanie Tate (2002)
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A gripping scene from The Monster of Peladon (1974) as Sarah (Elisabeth Sladen) and Ettis (Ralph Watson) get into trouble with an Ice Warrior.

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Old 29th January 2022, 05:33 AM
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Who: Before And After #660a
Name: Robin Sherringham [? - ]
Year(s): 1979 - 1980
Stories: The Horns Of Nimon part 1 – The Horns Of Nimon part 4
Character(s): Nimon

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Out of the Unknown: The Prophet (1967) / The Edwardians: Daisy (1973) / Jennie - Lady Randolph Churchill: Jennie Jerome (1974) /

After Who:
Films: None
Television: None

Who: Before And After #660b
Name: Bob Appleby [? - 2015]
Year(s): 1979 - 1980 / 1986
Stories: The Horns Of Nimon part 3 – The Horns Of Nimon part 4 / The Trial Of A Time Lord: Terror Of The Vervoids part 11 – The Trial of A Time Lord: Terror Of The Vervoids part 12
Character(s): Nimon / Second Vervoid

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Tucker's Luck: The Invisible Men (1984) / Bootle Saddles: Here's Looking at You, Kid (1984) / Grange Hill (1985)

After Who:
Films: The Tall Guy* (1989)


Television: A Taste for Death (1988) / You Rang, M'Lord?: Pilot (1988) / One Foot in the Grave: Who's Listening* (1990) / The Bill: Drinking Partners (1996)


Who: Before And After #660c
Name: Trevor St. John Hacker [? - ]
Year(s): 1980
Stories: The Horns Of Nimon part 3 – The Horns Of Nimon part 4
Character(s): Nimon
Note: Would later played an uncredited Dalek Trooper in the 1984 story 'Resurrection of the Dalek'

Before Who:
Films: Romeo and Juliet (1976)
Television: None

After Who:
Films: Much Ado About Nothing (1984), Firelight (1997)
Television: Tales of the Unexpected: Down Among the Sheltering Palms (1983) / Strangers and Brothers (1984) / Tucker's Luck: Phased Out & Washed Up (1985) / Bluebell [2 episodes as the Compere (1986)] / French Fields: Double or Quit (1990) / Red Dwarf: The Inquisitor (1992) / Strange But True?: Time Slip / Haunted Trawler (1995)

Who: Before And After #660d
Name: Janet Ellis [1955 - ]
Year(s): 1979 - 1980
Stories: The Horns Of Nimon part 1 – The Horns Of Nimon part 4
Character(s): Teka
Note:
  • Was the daughter of Mike Ellis, the uncredited visual effects assistant who operated the L1 robot in the 1986 story 'The Trial of A Time Lord: The Mysterious Planet'
  • Her longer-lasting impact on Doctor Who is probably her 1983-1987 stint as the 13th Blue Peter presenter. She was the host who conducted the introductory interviews with newly-cast Doctors Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy. The latter interview was particularly notable, as Blue Peter had exclusive rights to announce McCoy's casting in the role. She was also instrumental in Blue Peter's celebration of the twentieth anniversary special, The Five Doctors, and the unusually heavy coverage they gave Doctor Who's return-from-hiatus, The Trial of a Time Lord.

Before Who:
Films: The Spencer Side (1978)
Television: Jackanory Playhouse: Princess Griselda's Birthday Gift (1978) / The Sweeney: Hard Men (1978)

After Who:
Films: Aladdin and the Forty Thieves (1984)
Television: The Deceivers [2 episodes, various characters (1981)] / Blue Peter [173 episodes as a Presenter (1983-1987)] / Numbertime [30 episodes as additional characters (1999-2001)] / Waking the Dead: Every Breath You Take (2001) / Hotel Babylon (2009) / Different for Girls; The whole story (2018)

Who: Before And After #660e
Name: Simon Gipps-Kent [1958 - 1987]
Year(s): 1979 - 1980
Stories: The Horns Of Nimon part 1 – The Horns Of Nimon part 4
Character(s): Seth

Before Who:
Films: Great Expectations (1974), The Firefighters (1975), Orion (1977), Tarry-Dan Tarry-Dan Scarey Old Spooky Man (1978), Quadrophenia* (1979)


Television: Thursday's Child [6 episodes as Peter Beresford (1972-1973)] / Centre Play: Places Where They Sing (1973) / A Ghost Story For Christmas: Lost Hearts (1973) / The Tomorrow People: The Doomsday Men [4 episodes as Paul (1974)] / Edward the King: An Experiment in Education (1975) / Play for Today: After the Solo (1975) / Westway [7 episodes as Crispin Ryder (1976)] / The Emigrants [3 episodes as Paul Parker (1976)] / Eustace and Hilda: The Shrimp and the Anemone (1977) / Midnight Is a Place [13 episodes as Lucas Bell (1977-1978)] / A Traveller in Time [5 episodes as Francis Babington (1978)] / Enemy at the Door: V for Victory (1978) / The Devil's Crown [3 episodes as Arthur (1978)] / Kids: Philip (1979)

After Who:
Films: None
Television: Noah's Castle [7 episodes as Barry Mortimer (1980)] / The Gentle Touch: Something Blue (1980) / To Serve Them All My Days [5 episodes as Boyer (1980)] / The Deceivers [2 episodes, Various characters (1981)] / Metal Mickey: Fancy Mickey (1982) / Blackadder: Unaired Pilot Episode* (1982) / Eureka [6 episodes, different characters (1983)]


Who: Before And After #660f
Name: Clifford Norgate [1941 - ]
Year(s): 1979 – 1980 / 1980
Stories: The Horns Of Nimon part 1 – The Horns Of Nimon part 4 / The Leisure Hive part 2 – The Leisure Hive part 3
Character(s): Voice Of The Nimon / Voice Of The Generator

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Adventure Weekly: Double Bluff (1969) / Dial M for Murder: The Voice (1974) / Centre Play: The Saliva Milkshake (1975)

After Who:
Films: None
Television: Jackanory: The BFG [5 episodes as the Man-eating giant / Military man (1983)] / Knightmare [60 episodes, different characters (1989-1994)]
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Old 29th January 2022, 06:44 AM
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It seems like there are not as many people writing off the programme as some of 'us' would hope!

"As parrt of the BBC Centenary celebrations, The One Show conducted a viewer poll to discover the most loved BBC TV shows of all time. The results were announced live on Friday evening, revealing Doctor Who to be the second-favourite show in the Corporation's history, only beaten by the ever popular Only Fools and Horses


The poll featured some 50 programmes showcasing a variety of genre from throughout the BBC's history, as chosen by a panel of experts which included Sara Wallis, Mirror TV Columnist, David Butcher, Radio Times’ Choices Editor, Dick Fiddy, BFI Archive TV Programmer and Hanna Flint, Freelance Critic and MTV Movies Host."


The rest of the top 20
11 - Dad's Army
12 - Planet Earth I and II
13 - Killing Eve
14 - Dinnerladiers
15 - Yes Minister / Yes Prime Minister
16 - Sherlock
17 - The Good Life
18 - Top of the Pops
19 - The Royle Family
20 - Blue Peter


https://www.doctorwhonews.net/2022/0...s_of_all_.html
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It seems like there are not as many people writing off the programme as some of 'us' would hope!
They clearly don't watch it in it's current guise though.
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A Cyberman as seen in Silver Nemesis (1988)

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Guest actors appearing in THE LEISURE HIVE who have previously appeared in the show:
  • Lalla Ward (Romana II)
  • John Leeson (Voice Of K-9)
  • Laurence Payne (Morix)
  • Ian Talbot (Klout)
  • Clifford Norgate (Voice Of The Generator)

Who: Before And After #661
Name: Adrienne Corri [1931 - 2016]
Year(s): 1980
Stories: The Leisure Hive part 1 – The Leisure Hive part 4
Character(s): Mena
Note: Was considered for the role of Queen Katryca in the 1986 story 'The Trial of A Time Lord: The Mysterious Planet'

Before Who:
Films: The Infernal Machine (1947), Summer Day's Dream (1949), Naughty Arlette (1949), The River* (1951), Quo Vadis (1951), The Little Kidnappers (1953), Devil Girl from Mars (1954), Meet Mr. Callaghan (1954), Lease of Life (1954), Make Me an Offer! (1955), The Anatomist (1956), The Gentle Touch (1956), Behind the Headlines (1956), The Shield of Faith (1956), Three Men in a Boat (1956), Call It a Day (1956), Second Fiddle (1957), The Big Chance (1957), The Surgeon's Knife (1957), The Highwayman (1958), Corridors of Blood (1958), Portrait of a Sinner (1959), The Tell-Tale Heart (1960), The Hellfire Club (1961), Dynamite Jack (1961), Sword of Lancelot (1963), Bunny Lake Is Missing (1965), A Study in Terror (1965), Doctor Zhivago (1965), The Viking Queen (1967), Africa: Texas Style (1967), Woman Times Seven (1967), Journey Into Darkness (1968), Cry Wolf (1968), The File of the Golden Goose (1969), Moon Zero Two (1969), A Clockwork Orange* [as Mrs. Alexander] (1971), Vampire Circus (1972), The Fox (1973), Madhouse (1974), The Glorious Musketeers [Voice of Milady (English version)] (1974), Rosebud (1975), Revenge of the Pink Panther (1978), The Human Factor (1979)


Television: Celanese Theatre: The Distaff Side (1952) / Robert Montgomery Presents: Unclouded Summer (1952) / The Web: Time for the Piper (1953) / The Three Musketeers [4 episodes as Milady de Winter (1954)] / Rheingold Theatre: The Auction (1955) / Colonel March of Scotland Yard: Error at Daybreak (1956) / Opportunity Murder [5 episodes as Miss Baxter (1956)] / The Count of Monte Cristo [2 episodes, different characters (1956)] / Assignment Foreign Legion: The Conquering Hero (1957) / The Buccaneers: Mistress Higgins' Treasure (1957) / Armchair Theatre: The Cask of Amontillado (1957) / The New Adventures of Charlie Chan: Patron of the Arts (1957) / The Vise [3 episodes, different characters (1955-1957)] / White Hunter: One Fatal Weakness (1958) / Armchair Theatre: Death of Satan (1958) / Dial 999: Illegal Entry (1958) / Decision: Stand and Deliver (1958) / Sword of Freedom [23 episodes as Angelica Verdi (1957-1958)] / Target: The Clean Kill (1958) / Ivanhoe: 3 Days to Worcester (1958) / The Invisible Man: Crisis in the Desert* (1958) / BBC Sunday-Night Theatre: A Sleeping Clergyman (1959) / William Tell: The Master Spy (1959) / Epilogue to Capricorn [3 episodes as Jll Howard (1959)] / Don't Do It Dempsey: The Name's the Same (1960) / Armchair Mystery Theatre: Madeleine (1960) / One Step Beyond: The Confession (1961) / ITV Television Playhouse: A Walk on the Water (1961) / BBC Sunday-Night Play: This Happy Breed (1962) / Zero One: Danger on Cloud Seven (1963) / Paris 1900 [6 episodes, different characters (1964)] / Danger Man: Whatever Happened to George Foster? (1965) / Danger Man: Secret Agent: The Ubiquitous Mr. Lovegrove (1965) / The Man in Room 17: Hello, Lazarus (1965) / Blackmail: First Offender (1965) / The Idiot [5 episodes as Nastasia (1966)] / The Troubleshooters: Birdstrike (1966) / Adam Adamant Lives!: The Sweet Smell of Disaster (1966) / Drama 61-67: Drama '66 - One Day It Could Be Different (1966) / Conflict: The Duchess of Malfi (1967) / Mr. Rose: The Naked Emperor (1967) / Armchair Theatre: Any Number Can Play (1967) / The Revenue Men: You Can Always Resign (1967) / The Champions: The Night People (1968) / Gazette: Announcement (1968) / Journey to the Unknown: The New People (1968) / ITV Playhouse: The John Hilarian Salt Exhibition and Numerous Illustrated Slides (1969) / Randall And Hopkirk (Deceased): All Work and No Pay (1969) / Department S: The Man Who Got a New Face* (1969) / Play for Today: A Distant Thunder (1970) / UFO: The Square Triangle (1970) / You're Only Young Twice [6 episodes as the Matron (1971)] / Eyeless in Gaza [3 episodes as Mary Amberley (1971)] / A Family at War [4 episodes as Grace Gould (1971)] / The View from Daniel Pike: Big Fleas, Little Fleas (1972) / The Adventurer: The Good Book (1973) / ITV Sunday Night Theatre: Afternoon at the Festival (1973) / Vienna 1900: Mother and Son (1973) / Bedtime Stories: Sleeping Beauty (1974) / BBC Play of the Month: Kean (1978) / The BBC Television Shakespeare: Measure for Measure (1979)


After Who:
Films: None
Television: Love in a Cold Climate [2 episodes as Veronica Chaddesley-Corbett (1980)] / Dramarama: A Proper Little Nooryeff (1985) / Shades of Darkness: The Demon Lover (1986) / Sunday Premiere: Blat (1987) / Lovejoy: Highland Fling (1992)
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Old 30th January 2022, 01:12 PM
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The Doctor (David Tennant) and Martha (Freema Agyeman) in Daleks in Manhattan (2007)

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