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Old 09-04-2020, 06:34 PM
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Breaking Bubbles and Other Stories: An Eye For Murder:
An Eye For Murder is the third episode of Breaking Bubbles and Other Stories, the second of these Other Stories.
Featuring the Sixth Doctor and Peri.
Written by Una McCormack.
Guest stars includes Janet Henfrey.
Breaking Bubbles and Other Stories including An Eye For Murder was released on July 11 2014 and came exactly three months before Henfrey (who was previously in 1989's The Curse of Fenric) return to the TV series in Mummy on the Orient Express on October 11.
Henfrey plays Dr Petheridge and unlike the characters she played in the TV series she does not get killed off here.
I am currently seeing Henfry in Sil and the Devil Seeds of Arodor.
As there is a character named Petheridge in An Eye For Murder, Sixie would later meet in his timeline another character named Petheridge in the earlier released The Wrong Doctors.
An Eye For Murder is set at St Ursula's College, England, September 1939.
As a result of the Doctor saying Peri's name within earshot, Peri gets mistaken for thriller writer Miss Sarah Perry.
At St. Ursula's the Doctor and Peri are investigating poison pen letters that had been written.
Pretty good set up on what this is all about.
Enthralling when the Doctor and Peri heard the radio broadcast marking the tenseness of the atmosphere that it presents.
McCormack wrote a cracking mystery especially with the entire episode being set at St. Ursula's.
Funny with how it ended.
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Old 10-04-2020, 05:40 PM
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Revenge of the Nestene:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CpFo...uB9QiS-qOxwFlA


Revenge of the Nestene by Russell T. Davies.is the audio sequel to Rose, read by Jacob Dudman and released on Rose's 15th anniversary on March 26 2020 and for the Lockdown.
Fascinating little tale of what happened after the events of Rose.
It tells the story of part of the Nestene Consciousness surviving and what it came from this
point on when it inhabits a clown.
Enthralling all the way with this tale by what it sees and vowing revenge on the Doctor.
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Old 12-04-2020, 03:11 AM
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Eleventh Doctor tenth anniversary quiz:
https://www.doctorwho.tv/games/quizz...kTKLYYJvPj_DiE

Got all six questions right. Easy peasy.

It included the quote of Amy's boys.

If I had it my way I would be her only boy.
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Old 15-04-2020, 06:43 AM
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From The Blacklist 7.5 Norman Devane (No. 138):

Theo (Ty Doran): I swiped these from Dr. Mitchell's [Kevin O'Rourke] office so that we can get into the south wing a-and find wherever Dr. Who took you.

Howie (Zachary Unger): Do you even watch "Dr. Who"?
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Old 15-04-2020, 06:38 PM
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The Great White Hurricane:
The Great White Hurricane is the second and final story in The First Doctor Adventures: Volume One from Big Finish.
Written by Guy Adams.
The Great White Hurricane was a real event which I didn't know before.
Fascinating learning about this hurricane with this story with the time travellers not being all together in the duration of this story.

The hurricane occurred in 1888 in New York City with Susan being kidnapped by a gang member with the Doctor worried for her safety.
Meanwhile Ian and Barbara befriends Rosalita and embroils in a custody battle with her ex over their son.
The threads are neatly played out in the midst of this hurricane with the feelings being expressed here in reaction to it.
As the travellers eventually gets passed the hurricane it was surprisingly how it ended by what the Doctor revealed to Ian and Barbara.
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Old 16-04-2020, 05:49 AM
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Press Play:
https://www.doctorwho.tv/news/?artic...9X7vP22Izg1ABo

Written by Pete McTighe.
Featuring the Thirteenth Doctor without her companions as she is alone in the TARDIS.
She is alone when the hologram of Susan comes up.
McTighe sure broke the fourth wall when certain titles came up.
Remarkable story due to its acknowledgement of Doctor Who's rich history and the significance of the title Press Play.
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Old 18-04-2020, 01:26 AM
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From Doctor Who: The Encyclopedia -

Naturists:

"A nude couple driving on the New New York Motorway, encountered by the Doctor as he jumped from car to car." (Gridlock) [Played by Matthew See and Karen Gillan]
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Old 18-04-2020, 08:47 PM
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Timewyrm: Revelation:
Timewyrm: Revelation is the fourth novel in Doctor Who: The New Adventures and featuring the Seventh Doctor and Ace.

Written by Paul Cornell and it concludes the Timewyrm story arc.

Quite an enthralling way to end the Timewyrm arc with much of its focus on Ace.

This plus appearances from the first five Doctors, certain deceased companions and how this involved a literally Hell.

Fascinating on how the Timewyrm is ultimately dealt with.
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Breaking Isolation:
https://www.instagram.com/p/B-eLvlcn...d=ptx0thojn8hl

Breaking Isolation is a one panel comic story by Russell T. Davies which he released on Instagram for the Lockdown.
Fun little piece showing the Dalek creatures having fun playing ball.
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Old 21-04-2020, 08:47 PM
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Twelfth Doctor outfit quiz:
https://www.doctorwho.tv/games/quizz...jSa5Vle8TT03h4

I got:
"You’re the dressed-up Twelfth Doctor!
You’re the Twelfth Doctor, but dressed for the occasion! Even the Doctor needs to wear a suit and tie when the occasion calls, and this outfit is no exception. From 24 years on Darilium, a day on the frozen Thames or a night of your life on the intergalactic Orient Express, this is the dream outfit for the ultimate party."
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