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Old 13-12-2019, 09:34 PM
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From Doctor Who: The Encyclopedia –

Moulin Rouge:
“Parisian nightclub, famed for its wild parties and shows.
The Doctor suggested taking Matthew See and Karen Gillan there in 1890 as a potential wedding present.”
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Old 19-12-2019, 10:29 PM
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In Doctor Who: The Encyclopedia, read the entry on Mr Blue Sky, a song played in Love & Monsters.

Incidentally Mr Blue Sky would later be played in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 featuring my wife Karen Gillan.
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Old 23-12-2019, 10:57 PM
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In Doctor Who: The Encyclopedia read the entry on Mrs Robinson as the Doctor referred to River as that in The Impossible Astronaut.
Well if River was Mrs Robinson then I am in love with the mother of Mrs Robinson!
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Old 27-12-2019, 07:55 PM
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The Destination Wars:
The Destination Wars is the first story of The First Doctor Adventures.
Written by Matt Fitton.
The First Doctor Adventures has the cast of An Adventure In Space and Time who had played the actors who had played the Doctor Who characters now playing those characters for themselves.
The Destination Wars marked the debut by James Dreyfus as the chronological first incarnation of the Master and there is a tease with his identity as he is at first refer to as the Inventor before the Doctor reveals his true name in the Part 2 cliffhanger.
While it was interesting to place the Master in the First Doctor era it does beg the question why Susan didn't seem to know who he is when she later met him with the Ainley incarnation in The Five Doctors.
The Destination Wars is a fascinating story with Destination being the name of a world and how this society evolved itself into the said wars.
Most certainly a remarkable debut for the First Master and how he had the trademarks that the Master in general has been known for.
In the style of the First Doctor TV era, The Destination Wars leads directly into the next story The Great White Hurricane.
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Old 28-12-2019, 10:10 PM
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Doctor Puppet Commentary - Episode 3: The Doctor in the Garden:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vX0u...ture=emb_title
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Old 29-12-2019, 01:45 PM
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The Bodysnatchers:
The Bodysnatchers is the third novel in the BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures.
Featuring Sam.
Written by Mark Morris.
This has the Doctor reuniting with Professor George Litefoot whom he previously met in the Fourth Doctor TV story Talons of Weng-Chiang.
Due to him having looked different back in Talons of Weng-Chiang, the Eighth Doctor explains to Litefoot that the other Doctor is an associate of his. This was way before Big Finish which establish that Litefoot and Jago finds out that the Doctor can change his appearance.
This time around they encounter the Zygons the said bodysnatchers.
The Bodysnatchers is an enjoyable story setting the Zygons in 1894 London.
Quite creepy on the individuals that the Zygons impersonated.
Not bad resolution to the main plot which then leads into the coda which intriguingly does not seem all that related to what just went on.
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Old 30-12-2019, 12:33 AM
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Timewyrm: Apocalypse:

Timewyrm: Apocalypse is the third New Adventures novel.
Featuring the Seventh Doctor and Ace, Apocalypse is the third in the Timewyrm arc.
Written by Nigel Robinson.
Tracking the Timewyrm has the Doctor and Ace arriving on the planet Kirith.
Not bad setting this story on Kirith and the society that it presents.
Quite enthralling the climax leading to the Doctor and Ace to think the trouble with the Timewyrm is over but not quite yet.
Intriguing how flashbacks with the Second Doctor ties in with all this.
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Old 30-12-2019, 02:54 PM
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The debut of Jodie Whittaker's second season as the Doctor has two features on the Sydney Sunday Telegraph watch guide of December 29 2019- January 4 2020.

The first as the headline of The Week's Top Show.

This piece by Holly Byrnes under the headline "Whittaker Shows Who's Boss" says that "Whittaker has largely been embraced by fans and relished the opportunity to make history as the first female doctor (sic) in the show's history."

Byrnes then ended her piece with Whittaker's recent appearance on The Graham Norton Show about her encounter with a spider which could have killed her whilst filming in South Africa for this new season.

As a suggestion to the viewer Doctor Who has been recommended for those who liked Black Mirror.

The other piece on watch is on the day of Spyfall Part 1.

Written by Lisa Woolford and under the headline "Time For An Adventure", she says that the Thirteenth Doctor is well and truly back with a bang.

She also quoted what showrunner Chris Chibnall told Digital Spy recently:
"It's an ongoing journey, so we're on a journey with this Doctor and these characters, so we want to do big emotional, scary, funny stories. I think we want to go up a level from last year.

Last year was a recruitment year for the show, for The Doctor, for getting everybody in...It's always a stepping-on point with a new Doctor...This year, we're saying to those people and any other people, 'Here's the amazing world of Doctor Who. Here's lots of treats. Here's some new stuff. Here's some old stuff.'"

Spyfall Part 1 will arrive first on iView on January 2 2020 at 6:55am and then on ABC TV at 7:30pm.
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Old 31-12-2019, 11:24 AM
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TV WEEK of January 4-10 2020 has a piece on Jodie Whittaker's second season as the Doctor.

Under the headline "Guess Who's Back" it has an interview with the Doctor herself.

Among the questions were if there was less pressure second time around and she said:

"We do thrive on pressure, because we did go into this. We thrive on adrenalin."

Asked what was the best thing about shooting this new season, she said:

"We don't have to do the introduction [of the new Doctor] - you know her now. We can go straight in at where we're all at and each adventure. It doesn't have to have the "Who are we?" in this season.

In another piece entitled "Alien invasion" is a short interview with showrunner Chris Chibnall in which he tells TV WEEK:

"We've got some amazing new monsters, and quite scary to. The first episode is BIG! It might be the biggest episode the show has done. There's a lot of action and a lot of fun."
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Old 31-12-2019, 04:04 PM
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From Doctor Who: The Encyclopedia –

Mummies:
“Sarah Jane Smith told Rose Tyler that, during her time travelling with the Doctor, they fought Egyptian Mummies – in reality these were powerful Servo Robots, created by the Osirans.” [School Reunion]

The information about them being Servo Robots created by the Osirans was presented in Pyramids of Mars but this very fact wasn’t stated at all in School Reunion.
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