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Cult Conversations come to DVD

CULT CONVERSATIONS is an exciting range of DVDs featuring icons of British screen and television, presented by television aficionado TOBY HADOKE. Series One includes interviews with Valerie Leon, Katy Manning, Tom Adams, John Carson, Fenella Fielding and Terry Molloy.

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Day of the Doctor/Time of the Doctor OST

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Murray Gold’s lush and spirited scores to the final two episodes of Matt Smith's journey as The Doctor features the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and Crouch End Festival Chorus conducted by Ben Foster. The first disc presents music from the 50th Anniversary episode, The Day of the Doctor, starring Matt Smith, David Tennant and John Hurt, with a guest appearance from Tom Baker and a two second 13th Doctor incarnation of Peter Capaldi. Disc Two contains music from the 2013 Christmas episode, The Time of the Doctor, featuring Matt Smith’s final Doctor Who performance and Peter Capaldi in his first regular appearance as The Doctor.

 

DISC ONE

THE DAY OF THE DOCTOR

1. I.M Foreman (1:10)

2. Will There be Cocktails? (0:40)

3. It’s Him (The Majestic Tale) (2:05)

4. He Was There (4:23)

5. No More (1:06)

6. The War Room (1:42)

7. Footprints In The Sand (1:43)

8. Who Are You (4:38)

9. England 1562 (1:03)

10. Nice Horse (1:43)

11. The Fez and the Portal (2:44)

12. Two Doctors (1:02)

13. Three Doctors (1:56)

14. Somewhere to Hide (1:50)

15. Rescue the Doctor (1:08)

16. 2.47 Billion (4:28)

17. Zygon In The Painting (1:35)

18. Man and Wife (1:33)

19. We Don’t Need To Land (2:27)

20. We Are The Doctors (0:49)

21. The Moment Has Come (3:06)

22. This Time There’s Three Of Us (The

Majestic Tale) (7:03)

23. Song For Four / Home (3:41)

DISC TWO

THE TIME OF THE DOCTOR

1. The Message (1:16)

2. Handles (2:07)

3. The Dance Of the Naked Doctor

(2:13)

4. You Saved It (0:57)

5. Papal Mainframe (0:45)

6. Tasha Lemm (1:07)

7. Bedroom Talk (1:49)

8. The Mission (0:54)

9. Christmas (2:27)

10. The Crack (5:24)

11. Rhapsody of War (0:52)

12. Back To Christmas (3:09)

13. Snow Over Trenzalore (Song For

Four) (2:46)

14. Beginning Of The End (2:47)

15. This is How it Ends (3:07)

16. Never Tell Me The Rules (3:12)

17. Trenzalore / The Long Song / I Am

Information (Reprise) (4:03)

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3.75 inch Wave 3 Figure Set (4 figures)

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The Twelfth Doctor from Series 8

Amy Pond in brown jacket

The Tenth Doctor in blue suit and brown coat

Classic Dalek from Power of the Daleks

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TARDIS Top Trumps Collector Tin

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Top Trumps Tardis tin contains 2 Top Trump packs, Stories, Heroes and Enemies. With 60 cards of Doctor Who material and a great tin, it's time to take the Tardis with you, wherever you go!

 

Enjoy the brand new Top Trumps Doctor Who Tardis tin with 2 packs of Top Trumps!

 

Contains 2 packs of Top Trumps and a Doctor Who Tardis Tin to store the packs

 

An ideal game for travelling or at home

 

Contents: 60 Character Top Trumps Cards, 4 Exclusive Super Cards and 1 Tardis Collection Tin.

2 or more players.

For ages 6 years and over.

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Doctor Who Complete Series 8 Blu ray

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The DVD and Blu-ray release of The Complete Eighth Series sees the Doctor and Clara encounter previously unimaginable wonders and horrors... The time travellers meet a fleet of Daleks as they attempt to rescue a stranded ship of human survivors, face ranks of Cybermen stalking Earth, go back in time and join Robin Hood in a fight with killer robots in Sherwood Forest, become outlaws when they break into the deadliest bank in the cosmos, face a Mummy on the Orient Express, discover a deadly horror dwelling on the Moon and meet the last man standing at the end of the universe.

 

The box set contains every explosive episode from Peter Capaldi’s debut series in the role and is also packed full of extras including:

DVD Exclusive: Doctor Who - Deep Breath Cinema panel session (1x 30’ feature)

DVD Exclusive: Audio Commentaries x 4 (episodes and participants TBC)

Doctor Who: The Ultimate Time Lord (1x45’ feature with Fifth Doctor Peter Davison)

Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion (1x45’ feature with Fifth Doctor Peter Davison)

Doctor Who: Earth Conquest (1x45’ World Tour Documentary)

Doctor Who Exclusive (4x2’ cast interviews)

Doctor Who Extra (12x10’ behind the scenes)

FOXES – Don’t Stop Me Now (Music video from Mummy on the Orient Express).

 


The season features guest stars including Michelle Gomez (Bad Education, Green Wing) as the Gatekeeper of the Nethersphere, Foxes (Grammy award winning singer/song writer), Frank Skinner (Room 101), Ben Miller (Armstrong and Miller), Tom Riley (Da Vinci's Demons, Freezing), Keeley Hawes (Line of Duty) and Samuel Anderson (History Boys, Gavin & Stacey) as Danny Pink.

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Doctor Who Complete Series 8 DVD

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The DVD and Blu-ray release of The Complete Eighth Series sees the Doctor and Clara encounter previously unimaginable wonders and horrors... The time travellers meet a fleet of Daleks as they attempt to rescue a stranded ship of human survivors, face ranks of Cybermen stalking Earth, go back in time and join Robin Hood in a fight with killer robots in Sherwood Forest, become outlaws when they break into the deadliest bank in the cosmos, face a Mummy on the Orient Express, discover a deadly horror dwelling on the Moon and meet the last man standing at the end of the universe.

 

The box set contains every explosive episode from Peter Capaldi’s debut series in the role and is also packed full of extras including:

DVD Exclusive: Doctor Who - Deep Breath Cinema panel session (1x 30’ feature)

DVD Exclusive: Audio Commentaries x 4 (episodes and participants TBC)

Doctor Who: The Ultimate Time Lord (1x45’ feature with Fifth Doctor Peter Davison)

Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion (1x45’ feature with Fifth Doctor Peter Davison)

Doctor Who: Earth Conquest (1x45’ World Tour Documentary)

Doctor Who Exclusive (4x2’ cast interviews)

Doctor Who Extra (12x10’ behind the scenes)

FOXES – Don’t Stop Me Now (Music video from Mummy on the Orient Express).



The season features guest stars including Michelle Gomez (Bad Education, Green Wing) as the Gatekeeper of the Nethersphere, Foxes (Grammy award winning singer/song writer), Frank Skinner (Room 101), Ben Miller (Armstrong and Miller), Tom Riley (Da Vinci's Demons, Freezing), Keeley Hawes (Line of Duty) and Samuel Anderson (History Boys, Gavin & Stacey) as Danny Pink.

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Joan Sims: Too Happy A Face

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Immortalised through her roles in twenty-four of the iconic Carry On films, Joan Sims remains one of Britain’s best-known comedy legends. For five decades - through more than seventy film appearances and work on stage, television and radio - she captured the hearts of audiences around the world. Yet behind the laughter was heartache and personal torment as the incredibly private actress battled depression, insecurity, loneliness and alcoholism.

 

In this authorised biography of Joan, Andrew Ross details her early years on stage and rise to stardom in theatre revue, her failed romances and the intense bond with her parents which ultimately led to the collapse of her one serious love affair.

 

Revealed is the truth about Joan’s relationships with her Carry On co-stars (including Kenneth Williams who bizarrely proposed to her), the drink problem which forced her to spend time in a grim Victorian mental institute in the early 1980s and the circumstances behind her reclusive final years and last months in hospital before her death in 2001.

 

With a cast of characters, ranging from Sidney James and Kenneth Williams to Laurence Olivier and Katharine Hepburn, Joan’s story, from a solitary and lonely childhood in 1930s Essex, to her status as a national treasure in the 1990s, is one of professional success over personal heartache achieved through immense determination.

 

Drawing on first-hand accounts from Joan’s closest surviving friends and contemporaries including Barbara Windsor, Fenella Fielding, Dame Judi Dench and Sir Tom Courtenay, as well as exclusive material from her personal archive, what emerges is the story of a much-loved lady who battled private demons to become one of the finest and best-loved actresses of her generation.

 

ANDREW ROSS discusses TOO HAPPY A FACE

 

I decided to write a biography of Joan Sims for a couple of reasons. The main being, quite simply, I have been a fan of her work since I was a child and felt her full story was worth telling. In my opinion her sheer presence lights up the screen and her versatility as an actress never ceases to amaze me. Of course I had a lot of information on her life and career as a result of my Carry On book but it has been an honour to dig deeper and discover the person behind the actress.

 

Despite being one of the most recognisable faces in British film/TV history Joan's private story has never really been told. Her own autobiography was filled with wonderful anecdotes but only scratched the surface of a sad personal life and the strength of spirit needed to overcome her many demons: shyness, insecurity, loneliness, depression and alcoholism.

 

Throughout her life Joan was intensely private. She did not 'court' the media and rarely gave interviews. While many of her 'Carry On' colleagues have been the subject of newspaper articles, books and even television dramas, the 'real' Joan has largely remained hidden behind the numerous faces she portrayed on screen.

 

Within the profession she was truly loved and remains a great example to other actresses who have attempted to follow in her footsteps. The affection with which she is held by her fans and the public at large remains undimmed over a decade after her death. However, the battles she faced to maintain her career as a 'star' actress remain largely unknown.

 

From my research it is clear that her parents (and in particular her mother) had a massive impact upon Joan's life. Isolated during her childhood she grew up to be a shy, insecure girl whose only escape from the often sad realities of her own life was found in the make-believe world of acting. Her strict upbringing also resulted in certain neuroses when it came to forming relationships, particularly with men. The collapse of her one true romance ultimately led to her addiction to alcohol, a problem which I discovered started much earlier than had originally been stated. For the first time the full extent of Joan's struggles with alcoholism and depression are described, drawing on first-hand accounts from those closest to her.

 

Also revealed through my research is Joan's true relationships with her mother, Peter Eade (her agent for over 20 years), Kenneth Williams (who remained one of Joan's best friends despite frequent frictions), Hattie Jacques (her surrogate sister and confidante) and Barbara Windsor (with whom the popular press attempted to say Joan was feuding with in later years). Likewise, the love and respect which Joan generated among friends and colleagues also emerges from my work and numerous surviving colleagues were happy to discuss their popular co-star.

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Upcoming releases

Doctor Who Time and Space and Time

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Truthless bilge about every Doctor Who story ever

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Blake's 7 2:1 Scimitar

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The crew of the Liberator awake to find one of their own missing. Where is Dayna? Has their friend been taken or has she deserted them?

The search for Dayna leads them to a deserted ship in the middle of a dangerous asteroid field.

But what is the secret of the Scimitar and can Avon get every member of his crew out of the asteroid field alive?

Written By: Trevor Baxendale
Directed By: Lisa Bowerman

Cast

Paul Darrow (Kerr Avon), Michael Keating (Vila Restal), Jan Chappell (Cally), Steven Pacey (Del Tarrant), Tom Chadbon (Del Grant), Alistair Lock (Zen/Orac), Buffy Davis (Karlov), Daniel Brennan (Drince)

 

Producer Cavan Scott
Script Editor Justin Richards
Executive Producers Jason Haigh-Ellery and Nicholas Briggs

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Classic Audio Book: Carnival of Monsters

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Katy Manning reads this exciting classic novelisation of a Third Doctor TV adventure.

 

The Doctor and Jo land on a cargo ship crossing the Indian Ocean in the year 1926. Or so they think. Far away on a planet called Inter Minor, a travelling showman is setting up his live peepshow, watched by an eager audience of space officials. On board ship, a giant hand suddenly appears, grasps the TARDIS and withdraws. Without warning, a prehistoric monster rises from the sea to attack...

 

What is happening? Where are they? Only the Doctor realises, with horror, that they might be trapped...

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The Blood Cell - Unabridged Audiobook

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An unabridged reading of the new novel by James Goss featuring the Twelfth Doctor, as played by Peter Capaldi in the hit BBCTV series Doctor Who. An asteroid in the furthest reaches of space – the most secure prison for the most dangerous of criminals. The Governor is responsible for the cruellest murderers so he’s not impressed by the arrival of the man they’re calling the most dangerous criminal in the quadrant. Or, as he prefers to be known, the Doctor.

 

But when the new prisoner immediately sets about trying to escape, and keeps trying, the Governor sets out to find out why.

 

Who is the Doctor and what’s he really doing here? And who is the young woman who comes every day to visit him, only to be turned away by the guards?

 

When the killing finally starts, the Governor begins to get his answers...

 

A complete and unabridged reading by Colin McFarlane, who was the Voice of the Heavenly Host in the TV episode Voyage of the Damned.

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Eighth Doctor Box Set: Dark Eyes 3

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"Molly O'Sullivan? Hello you."

 

In his quest for universal domination, the Master plans to exploit the terrifying Infinite Warriors of the mysterious Eminence. The Doctor's friend, Molly, is key to that plan's execution, and now, aided by corrupted genius Sally Armstrong, the Master is close to success.

 

Paranoid and perplexed after his recent experience, the Doctor skirts the fringes of the fifty-year conflict between humanity and the Infinite Armies. Wary of changing the course of history, he fears that to fight the Eminence would be to do the Daleks' bidding. But when Time Lord CIA agent Narvin provides the impetus for the Doctor to act, Liv Chenka joins him in a desperate race to save their friend and stop the Master.

 

As the Doctor goes head to head with his oldest and deadliest rival, this war is about to get very personal indeed...

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Blake's 7 Liberator Chronicles Volume 10

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Velandra 
Blake is having bad dreams: a swamp, wolves, a woman called Velandra… and Travis. Could this be a memory that was erased by the Federation?

Retribution
A distress call leads Avon and Vila to an old tracking station on the moon of Lorean. It was sent by Ragnus Lang, formerly Vila’s partner-in-crime. And now Lang needs Blake’s help.

Ministry of Peace
The Liberator crew are on the planet Speranza to assist its new interim government.  But is the planet a beacon of hope in the fight against the Federation – or is Speranza’s history 

Written By: Steve Lyons, Andrew Smith, Una McCormack
Directed By: Lisa Bowerman, Ken Bentley

Cast

Gareth Thomas (Blake), Paul Darrow (Avon), Michael Keating (Vila), Jacqueline Pearce (Servalan), Stephen Greif (Travis), John Banks (Ragnus Lang)

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