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Old 16th August 2023, 06:24 AM
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Guest actors appearing in THE IMPOSSIBLE ASTRONAUT who have previously appeared in the show:
  • Karen Gillan (Any Pond)
  • Arthur Darvill (Rory Williams)
  • Alex Kingston (River Song)

Who: Before And After #1219 / Nu-Who #298
Name: Mark Sheppard [1964 - ]
Year(s): 2011
Stories: The Impossible Astronaut Day On The Moon
Character(s): Young Canton Everett Delaware III
Note(s):
  • Is the son of Who actor William Morgan Sheppard
  • His involvement with 'Doctor Who' was greater in the US than the UK, where he was effectively BBC America's "voice of Doctor Who" during the Classic Who years:
    - In 2011, he lent his voice to the documentary 'Doctor Who: Rewind'
    - the behind-the-scenes series, 'Doctor Who Insider'
    - several themed advertising campaigns (such as "Top Eleven for the Eleventh Doctor")
    - and most BBC America continuity announcements related to the show

Before Who:
Films: In the Name of the Father* (1993), Lover's Knot (1995), Nether World (1997), Out of the Cold (1999), Farewell, My Love (2000), Lost Voyage* (2000), Lady in the Box (2001), New Alcatraz (2001), Megalodon (2002), Deep Shock (2003), Evil Eyes (2004), Unstoppable (2004), Broken (2006), Slow Motion Addict (2007), Jurassic Predator: Xtinction (2010), Jules Verne's Mysterious Island (2010)


Television: Silk Stalkings [2 episodes, different characters (19921993)] / The X-Files: Fire* (1993) / M.A.N.T.I.S.: Spider In The Tower (1995) / Soldier of Fortune, Inc. [20 episodes as Christopher 'C.J.' Yates (19971998)] / Sliders: Net Worth (1999) / Martial Law: Thieves Amongst Thevies (1999) / The Practice: Day In Court (1999) / Star Trek - Voyager: Child's Play (2000) / JAG: A Separate Peace (2000) / The Invisible Man: Diseased (2001) / The Chronicle: Bring Me The Head Of Tucker Burns (2001) / Special Unit 2: The Skin (2001) / V.I.P. [2 episodes as Nero (20012002)] / UC Undercover: Manhunt (2002) / Charmed: Witches In Tights (2002) / Firefly* [2 episodes as Badger (2002)] / CSI - Crime Scene Investigation [2 episodes, different characters (20022009)] / Fastlane: Simone Says (2003) / Jake 2.0: Whiskey - Tango - Foxtrot (2003) / Las Vegas: Degas Away With It (2004) / Monk: Mr. Monk Vs. The Cobra (2005) / CSI NY: Hush (2005) / Medium [3 episodes as Dr. Charles Walker (20052006)] / 24: Day 5 [6 episodes as Ivan Erwich (2006)] / Without a Trace: Requiem (2006) / The Bionic Woman [3 episodes as Anthony Anthros (2007)] / Battlestar Galactica [7 episodes as Romo Lampkin (20072009)] / Shark: One Hit Wonder (2008) / In Plain Sight: To Serge With Love (2008) / The Middleman [2 episodes as Manservant Neville (2008)] / Leverage [10 episodes as Jim Sterling (20082012)] / NCIS: Broken Bird (2009) / Burn Notice: Bad Breaks (2009) / Dollhouse [3 episodes as Tanaka (2009)] / White Collar [6 episodes as Curtis Hagan (20092014)] / Warehouse 13 [6 episodes as Benedict Valda (20092014)] / Supernatural [70 episodes as Crowley / Shapeshifter (20092017)] / Chuck [2 episodes as the Ring Director (2010)]


After Who:
Films: War of the Worlds: Goliath [voice only] (2012), Sons of Liberty (2013)
Television: Prime Suspect: A Gorgeous Mosaic* (2011) / MacGyver: Cigar Cutter (2017) / Doom Patrol [11 episodes as Willoughby Kipling (20192023)] / Walker - Independence [5 episodes as Hagan (20222023)]

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Old 16th August 2023, 09:42 AM
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Nyder (Peter Miles), Davros' security chief in Genesis of the Daleks (1975)

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Old 16th August 2023, 10:10 PM
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Apparently the press release for The Underwater Menace made a mistake and the existing eps are on the same disc as the black and white animation (either that or fan backlash has made them backtrack super-quick, you decide).
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Nyder (Peter Miles), Davros' security chief in Genesis of the Daleks (1975)

His contributions to the commentaries are always a joy. From what you can fathom, he was a caring man ... he cared about his profession, he cared about the people he worked with and his relish with certain performances adds another layer. Sigh.
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Nyder (Peter Miles), Davros' security chief in Genesis of the Daleks (1975)

This character (and story) proved the fact that 'Doctor Who' is *not* a 'children's programme'!!
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Who: Before And After #1220 / Nu-Who #299
Name: William Morgan Sheppard [1932 - 2019]
Year(s): 2011
Stories: The Impossible Astronaut
Character(s): Old Canton Everett Delaware III
Note(s): Is the father of Who actor Mark Sheppard

Before Who:
Films: Strongroom (1962), Marat / Sade: The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum at Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade (1967), The Roses of Eyam (1973), Antony and Cleopatra (1974), Act of Rape (1977), The Duellists (1977), Rachel and the Beelzebub Bombardiers (1977), The Nativity (1978), The Sea Wolves (1980), Shogun (1980), The Elephant Man* (1980), Hawk the Slayer (1980), Nutcracker (1982), The Keep* (1983), Lassiter (1984), The Zany Adventures of Robin Hood (1984), Camille (1984), The Dirty Dozen: Next Mission (1985), The Doctor and the Devils (1985), Lady Jane (1986), Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge (1987), Cry Freedom (1987), Elvira: Mistress of the Dark (1988), Lucky Stiff (1988), Wild at Heart (1990), Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991), Seduction: Three Tales from the 'Inner Sanctum' (1992), There Goes the Neighborhood (1992), Needful Things (1993), Gettysburg (1993), Good King Wenceslas (1994), Following Her Heart (1994), Taking Liberty (1995), Sometimes They Come Back... Again (1996), The Lottery (1996), The Escape (1997), Nether World (1997), Hurricane Festival (1998), Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World [voice only] (1998), Treasure of Pirate's Point (1999), The Hungry Bachelors Club (1999), Friends Are Forever: Tales of the Little Princess [voice only] (2001), Room 101 (2001), Small Town Conspiracy (2002), Gods and Generals (2003), Soldier of God (2005), Love's Long Journey (2005), Love's Abiding Joy (2006), The Prestige (2006), A Stranger's Heart (2007), Transformers* (2007), Along the Way (2007), Over Her Dead Body (2008), So Long Jimmy (2008), Japan (2008), Star Trek* (2009), Farewell Mr. Kringle (2010), For Christ's Sake (2010), Jules Verne's Mysterious Island (2010), Meeting Spencer (2011)


Television: Theatre Night: Celebration (1961) / The Sword in the Web: The Tunnel (1962) / Z Cars [2 episodes, different characters (19621976)] / The Expert: Smithereens (1971) / The Up and Down, in and Out, Round About Man: The Winner (1973) / Crown Court: Nuts (1974) / New Scotland Yard: All That Glitters (1974) / Dial M for Murder: The Man In The Middle (1974) / Marked Personal [2 episodes as Hearst (1974)] / Churchill's People: The Lost Island (1975) / The Sweeney: Jackpot* (1975)] / Life and Death of Penelope: The Watcher (1976) / The New Avengers: Gnaws (1976) / Target: Hunting Parties (1977) / London Belongs to Me [6 episodes as Henry Knockell (1977)] / When the Boat Comes In [3 episodes as Dixon (1977)] / The Onedin Line [2 episodes, different characters (19771979)] / Enemy at the Door: By Order Of The Fuhrer (1978) / Television Club [3 episodes as Sgt. England (1978)] / The Cedar Tree: Home And Abroad (1978) / Out: The Moment He Opened His Envelope (1978) / Rebecca [2 episodes as Ben (1979)] / Golden Soak (1979) / A Family Affair [3 episodes as Tom Benson (1979)] / The Legend of King Arthur (1979) / The Professionals: Stopover (1979) / Minder: Come in T-64, Your Time Is Ticking Away (1979) / Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson [2 episodes, different characters (1979) / Play for Today: Keep Smiling (1980) / Shogun [5 episodes as Specz (1980)] / Hammer House of Horror: The Carpathian Eagle* (1980) / Sunday Night Thriller: Blunt Instrument (1981) / Masada (1981) / Smuggler [2 episodes as Stanton (1981)] / The Day of the Triffids (1981) / The Flame Trees of Thika [3 episodes as Mr Roos (1981)] / Rosie: Caught In The Act (1981) / Stalky & Co.: Slaves Of The Lamp (1982) / The Outsider: A Question Of Judgement (1983) / Fox Mystery Theater: Paint Me A Murder (1984) / A.D. (1985) / C.A.T.S. Eyes: Freezeheat (1986) / Return to Treasure Island [3 episodes as Boakes (1986)] / The Theban Plays by Sophocles: Oedipus at Colonus (1986) / Max Headroom [11 episodes as Blank Reg (19871988)] / Crossbow [2 episodes, different characters (19871989)] / Werewolf: Gray Wolf (1988) / Star Trek - The Next Generation: The Schizoid Man (1989) / We Are Seven (1989) / MacGyver [2 episodes as Dr. Zito (19891990)] / Designing Women: Tales Out Of School (1991) / The Legend of Prince Valiant [4 episodes, voice only (19921993)] / Quantum Leap: Mirror Image - August 8, 1953 (1993) / SeaQuest 2032 [8 episodes as The Professor (19931994)] / Biker Mice from Mars [65 episodes, voice only (19931996)] / Dead at 21 [2 episodes as Heisenberg (1994)] / Babylon 5 [2 episodes, different characters (19941995)] / Murder, She Wrote: Twice Dead (1995) / Frasier: The Club (1995) / Iron Man [2 episodes as the voice of Dum Dum Dugan (1995)] / Gargoyles [7 episodes, voice only (19951996)] / Poltergeist - The Legacy: The Fifth Sepulcher (1996) / American Gothic: To Hell And Back (1996) / Mighty Ducks - The Animated Series [2 episodes, voice only (1996)] / Timecop: A Rip In Time (1997) / The Wonderful World of Disney: Goldrush: A Real Life Alaskan Adventure (1998) / JAG: To Russia With Love (1998) / Tracey Takes On...: Hair (1999) / Star Trek: Voyager: Bliss (1999) / Diagnosis Murder: The Unluckiest Bachelor In LA (2000) / Days of Our Lives [15 episodes as Charles (20002001)] / I My Me! Strawberry Eggs [5 episodes, voice only {English version} (2001)] / Hellsing [10 episodes as the voice of Peter Fargason (20012002)] / Justice League: A Knight Of Shadows [as the voice of Merlin[ (2002) / Crossing Jordan: The Truth Is Out There (2002) / Charmed: The Day The Magic Died (2003) / Kingdom Hospital [3 episodes as the Narrator (2004)] / Alias: Echoes (2005) / Cold Case: Creatures Of The Night (2005) / Gilmore Girls: Blame Booze And Melville (2005) / Biker Mice from Mars [3 episodes, voice only (20062007)] / Criminal Minds: Birthright (2007) / NCIS: Broken Bird (2009) / Mad Men: Hands And Knees (2010)


After Who:
Films: Prep & Landing: Naughty vs. Nice [voice only] (2011), The Last Mark (2012), The Devil's Dozen (2013), April Apocalypse (2013), Free Birds [voice only] (2013), Last Man Club (2016)
Television: It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: How Mac Got Fat (2011) / Dexter: Sin Of Omission (2011) / The Librarians: At The Trial Of The Triangle (2016)
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Doctor Who The Collection Season 20. Limited Edition
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In memory of Michael Parkinson (1935 - 2023)

In December 1973, he appeared on the cover of 'Radio Times' magazine with Jon Pertwee


Within the issue was a two page feature entitled 'Who's Who Among Who's Friends', where guests give their views on the series. 'Parky' was one of the people who was interviewed


The text, which is probably too small to read in the picture, runs:
"Mike Parkinson father of three fans

'DR WHO IS more for adults and I take it on a camp basis,' says Michael Parkinson. 'I enjoy well-made hokum which it is, and I've observed in the eldest boy that he accepts it now the way I do. Yet he started out by watching the Daleks from behind a chair, not quite being able to leave the room. Now he thinks it is the funniest programme on TV.

'What frightened the children most were not things from under the sea but the Daleks who've always seemed rather harmless things to me. Maybe they found something a bit relentless in the machines. Anyway, like all kids they've made Dalek noises around the house and played at exterminating.

'People who get their knickers in a twist about Dr Who having bad influences are just ridiculous. I'm sure our children won't grow up mentally deformed from watching it.

Now a six-year-old being accosted by a strange man - that's different. A child could be emotionally scarred. But Dr Who is there to be spooked at - it is an extension of all our fantasies and imagination very well expressed. Surely we all enjoy being frightened a bit.

'It is impossible to prefer one of the Dr Whos because each has his essentially personal style. Patrick Troughton's style is serious. And Jon [Pertwee] has got style with a bit of class: with him I sense he's sending the whole thing up.

'The central character is a good one - and so there's no reason why it shouldn't go on for ever. The whole thing is marvellous inventive stuff with the quality of a good comic strip. Pure entertainment.''"
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Coming soon to a B&M store near you.

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