Every fan has their favourite creature/villain from the show; perhaps it has only appeared once, or more likely The Doctor has met it many times in his travels. 396 more words
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A twelve-episode story has plenty of time to go into some interesting directions. 1,503 more words
The long, epic saga begins! Can Terry Nation keep the latest Dalek plot exciting for a whopping twelve episodes? 1,238 more words
The House in Nightmare Park (1973) | Revisiting the British horror spoof starring comedy legend Frankie Howerd
Yoo-hoo! I’m here… the entertainment’s arrived!
In 1907, vain stage actor Foster Twelvetrees (Frankie Howerd) is invited to give a dramatic reading at a stately country house and discovers that he is heir to the family fortune and could provide a clue to the whereabouts of a stash of diamonds. 298 more words
Over on the original Survivors (1975-1977) series blog, I’ve just posted a review of the new audio-book version of the 1976 Survivors novel written by the show’s creator Terry Nation. 129 more words
Doctor Who Minus Doctor Who wasn’t as successful as Garfield Minus Garfield. 904 more words
James Chapman’s Top Ten Doctor Who Stories
Genesis of the Daleks
BBC 1. 6 episodes: 8 March-12 April 1975.
Starring Tom Baker as ‘Doctor Who’, Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah-Jane Smith and Ian Marter as Harry Sullivan. 2,339 more words