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Doctor Who: Are The Sea Devils Returning?

If there’s one thing the 2005 revival of Doctor Who has done well, it’s modernising monsters from the show’s past for a 21st century audience. And it looks like the Doctor Who team are about to do it again, if recent rumours regarding the return of the  343 more words

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49. A Crack in Churchill's Bunker

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Oddly topical for a podcast recorded back in August, Ben, Mark and their good friend Derek discuss poor decisions made in the interests of… 76 more words

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"This is our planet": looking back at the classic serial "Doctor Who and the Silurians" by Malcolm Hulke, (1970)

“Doctor Who and the Silurians” was the first script by Malcolm (Mac) Hulke for the new team  now running Doctor Who, ie producer  Barry Letts and script editor Terrance Dicks. 1,300 more words


Picture of the Day: Dandy and the Car

From 1970: Bessie, Jon Pertwee and Caroline John in a promo still promoting the Third Doctor’s first series


The Five Faces of Doctor Who

It’s a little staggering to realise that The Five Faces of Doctor Who repeat season began airing in early November 1981.  Thirty five years, where has the time gone? 617 more words


Remembering the Doctor: The Third Doctor

It’s Day 3 of my favorite Doctor Who stories, so we’re covering Jon Pertwee’s unforgettable Third Doctor. From 1970 to 1974, Pertwee played a dashing James Bond-esque who spent his Earthbound exile helping UNIT, the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce (nuWho would reimagine this as the Unified Intelligence Taskforce). 124 more words

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Review: The Third Doctor Adventures - Volume 2

Review by Doctor Squee (Host of Gallifrey Stands Podcast)

The Transcendence of Ephros
The planet of Ephros is due to die of natural causes and some of the inhabitants are over the moon about it, as their religion tells them they can use the planets destruction to ascend. 353 more words

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