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Old 2nd May 2012, 07:02 PM
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Alas i haven't bought the Mag for several months.
Must get round to buying this months issue.
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Old 2nd May 2012, 08:58 PM
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Your subscription arrived today as well did it?
Like Hawkmonger, I haven't bought it for months (and when I did, I only bought it when it came with a free poster ), I read about the reconstruction a few weeks back on Gallifreybase.

Whilst on the subject of the reconsruction, here's a demo reel of the guy who's going to be voicing the 1st Doctor (in case you havn't seen it already):
John Guilor Audio Demo - YouTube
His impression sounds quite good!
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Old 3rd May 2012, 05:22 AM
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Coming soon to dvd

2nd July - The Krotons
Extra features:
  • Audio Commentary - Philip Madoc (Eelek), Gilbert Wynne (Thara), Richard Ireson (Axus), Bobi Bartlett (costumes), Sylvia James (make-up), David Tilley (assisant floor manager), Brian Hodgson (special sound), plus moderation by Toby Hadoke
  • Information subtitles
  • Second Time Around
  • Doctor Who Stories - Frazer Hines (part one)
  • The Doctor's Strange Love
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  • PDF materials: Radio Times Listings
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Old 3rd May 2012, 02:42 PM
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Extra features:
  • Audio Commentary - Philip Madoc (Eelek), Gilbert Wynne (Thara), Richard Ireson (Axus), Bobi Bartlett (costumes), Sylvia James (make-up), David Tilley (assisant floor manager), Brian Hodgson (special sound), plus moderation by Toby Hadoke
  • Information subtitles
  • Second Time Around
  • Doctor Who Stories - Frazer Hines (part one)
  • The Doctor's Strange Love
  • Photo Gallery
  • PDF materials: Radio Times Listings
Looking forward to this. Although The Krotons isn't a particular favourite, I love Pat Troughton's Doctor. With so much of the second Doctor's stories wiped, I'm just glad to own any of them.
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Old 3rd May 2012, 07:56 PM
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30th July - The Greatest Show in the Galaxy
That will also mean that the 7th Doctor era is now complete on DVD. Souns like a good time for a marathon methinks.
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Old 4th May 2012, 12:29 PM
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The artwork for the next three releases.
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Old 4th May 2012, 12:33 PM
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Taken from The Doctor Who News Website.

The number of unreleased adventures is diminishing rapidly, with three of the above stories drawing eras to a close - at least for complete serials; here are the remaining adventures of the Doctor to be seen on DVD:

•The First Doctor: The Reign Of Terror - to be released with animated episodes 4+5, currently expected for release in late 2012
•The First Doctor: Galaxy 4: Air Lock - recently recovered episode alongside The Underwater Menace to feature on a forthcoming release. Dan Hall told DWM: "There's one release that hasn't been announced yet which will provide a home for one of them. And there's a potential release that will provide a home for the other one as well. People aren't going to see them out on DVD in 2012, though. But they are on our schedule."
•The First Doctor: The Tenth Planet - missing episode four, current release status unannounced
•The Second Doctor: The Underwater Menace: Episode 2 - see Galaxy 4 above
•The Second Doctor: The Ice Warriors - missing episodes 2+3, current release status unannounced. Michael Troughton reported at GallifreyOne in February that he had recorded a commentary on the life of his father for the story
•The Third Doctor: The Ambassadors of Death - originally to be released with The Sunmakers, but delayed due to colour recovery issues for episodes 2-7. Current release status unannounced
•The Third Doctor: The Mind of Evil - originally mooted to be released with Terror of the Autons, but dropped due to colour recovery issues for episodes 1-6. In February Steve Roberts reported to Radio Free Skaro that episode one (which does not have a print containing the chromadot information used for the colour recovery process) will be colourised by Babelcolour, using motion-estimation techniques to aid the process
•The Fourth Doctor: Terror of the Zygons, currently expected for release in 2013
•The Fourth Doctor: Shada - existing footage to form part of the provisionally entitled Legacy Boxed Set alongside documentary More Than Thirty Years In The TARDIS
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That is a shockingly small list.
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Taken from The Doctor Who News Website.

The number of unreleased adventures is diminishing rapidly, with three of the above stories drawing eras to a close - at least for complete serials; here are the remaining adventures of the Doctor to be seen on DVD:

•The First Doctor: The Reign Of Terror - to be released with animated episodes 4+5, currently expected for release in late 2012
•The First Doctor: Galaxy 4: Air Lock - recently recovered episode alongside The Underwater Menace to feature on a forthcoming release. Dan Hall told DWM: "There's one release that hasn't been announced yet which will provide a home for one of them. And there's a potential release that will provide a home for the other one as well. People aren't going to see them out on DVD in 2012, though. But they are on our schedule."
•The First Doctor: The Tenth Planet - missing episode four, current release status unannounced
•The Second Doctor: The Underwater Menace: Episode 2 - see Galaxy 4 above
•The Second Doctor: The Ice Warriors - missing episodes 2+3, current release status unannounced. Michael Troughton reported at GallifreyOne in February that he had recorded a commentary on the life of his father for the story
•The Third Doctor: The Ambassadors of Death - originally to be released with The Sunmakers, but delayed due to colour recovery issues for episodes 2-7. Current release status unannounced
•The Third Doctor: The Mind of Evil - originally mooted to be released with Terror of the Autons, but dropped due to colour recovery issues for episodes 1-6. In February Steve Roberts reported to Radio Free Skaro that episode one (which does not have a print containing the chromadot information used for the colour recovery process) will be colourised by Babelcolour, using motion-estimation techniques to aid the process
•The Fourth Doctor: Terror of the Zygons, currently expected for release in 2013
•The Fourth Doctor: Shada - existing footage to form part of the provisionally entitled Legacy Boxed Set alongside documentary More Than Thirty Years In The TARDIS
There's also going to be a Revisitation special edition version of Vengeance on Varos at some point
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Old 4th May 2012, 03:28 PM
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All good news. Have finally ordered Colony In Space as my Delgado addiction needs feeding.
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