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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.

Sheffield Film and TV Expo November 1st

Sheffield Film & TV Expo is a brand new event at The Workstation in the heart of Sheffield, dedicated to celebrating the very best in film and television, with a host of stars, monsters, stalls and much much more… with the added bonus of FREE ADMISSION! Guests include William Russell, Peter Purves, Janet Ellis, Kim Hartman and Richard Gibson (Allo Allo)

Reeltime Pictures - buy two get one free FINAL DAY

Today is the final time to buy Reeltime Pictures' Myth Makers interview, documentary and drama DVDs in their current format - double feature discs will soon be deleted. Titles are being offered on an exclusive buy 2 get 1 free promotion until 30 September.
Individual titles 12.99 each

NEW LOWER UK POSTAGE RATES

Maximum standard postage of £4.00 on all orders to mainland UK (excluding Islands and Highlands) with our new courier service.

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New releases

Official Doctor Who Calendar 2015

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Calendar for 2015

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Hooded Man Volume 2: Robert of Huntingdon

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‘Herne’s Son is dead.’

 ‘Robin of Loxley is dead. Herne’s Son lives again in you.’

 

With its distinctive mixture of history and mythology, Robin of Sherwood was an innovative treatment of the Robin Hood legend. Broadcast on ITV between 1984 and 1986, the series has been a major influence on later versions of the Robin Hood story.

 

Now for the first time, a guide to the series in two volumes, from its beginnings in fifteenth century ballads of Robin Hood to its modern tale of a band of guerrillas striking from their forest hideout.

 

Hooded Man Volume Two takes a fresh look at each episode starring Jason Connery. It explores the production of the third series and the legends, literature and history that influenced it. On the way you’ll find new trivia, goofs, a detailed historical timeline, maps of the series’ settings and the full story of the fall of the Goldcrest production company. Also included is a comprehensive guide to the spin-off books, games and all 126 issues of the comic strip.

 

Hooded Man is an essential guide for every true fan of the series, detailing everything you might have missed along the way… because nothing is ever forgotten.

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Doctor Who Annual 2015

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The Official 2015 Doctor Who Annual is packed with essential info on the brand-new Twelfth Doctor, secrets from series 8, terrifying monster fact files, spooky stories, comic action, activities and puzzles.

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Doctor Who Magazine 478

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This edition features an exclusive interview with Mummy on the Orient Express guest star, comedian Frank Skinner, who discusses his role as Perkins in the episode:

I don’t know how I’ll feel when they say, ‘And that’s a wrap for Mr Skinner. I’m sure I’ll go through a mix of emotions. When footballers are in cup finals, the managers always say, ‘Savour every moment,’ and that’s what I’m doing. Every moment is ‘wowee’!

 

Also in this issue:

 

Extensive previews of Episodes 5 to 8 of the new series – Time Heist, The Caretaker, Kill the Moon and Mummy on the Orient Express. DWM talks exclusively to writers Steven Moffat, Stephen Thompson, Gareth Roberts, Peter Harness and Jamie Mathieson.

Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat answers readers’ questions in his exclusive column.

DWM talks to Billy Hanshaw, the man who inspired the brand new title sequence for this year’s series of Doctor Who.

DWM investigates the nature of ‘spoilers’ and asks if they really spoil anything?

Into the Dalek writer Phil Ford talks about getting to know a Dalek from the inside out!

In-depth reviews the twelfth Doctor’s first four adventures: Deep Breath, Into the Dalek, Robot of Sherwood and Listen.

As audio company Big Finish celebrates its 15th anniversary with an epic audio adventure, The Worlds of Doctor Who, DWM talks to its stars including Colin Baker, Louise Jameson, Lalla Ward, Christopher Benjamin, Trevor Baxter and Jamie Glover.

The Doctor and Clara’s comic strip adventures continue in The Eye of Torment written by Scott Gray, illustrated by Martin Geraghty.

The Time Team comment on the 2008 Tenth Doctor adventure Turn Left.

Jacqueline Rayner finds unexpected inspiration for her Relative Dimensions column at the breakfast table...

A look back at August’s Doctor Who World Tour which saw Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman travel round the globe to promote the new series.

The Watcher eloquently explains why Doctor Who belongs in the Autumn in Wotcha!

The DWM crossword, prize-winning competitions and much more!

 

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Blood Cell, The

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“Release the Doctor – or the killing will start.”

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…

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Crawling Terror, The

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“Well, I doubt you’ll ever see a bigger insect.”

Gabby Nichols is putting her son to bed when she hears her daughter cry out. ‘Mummy there’s a daddy longlegs in my room!’ Then the screaming starts… Kevin Alperton is on his way to school when he is attacked by a mosquito. A big one. Then things get dangerous.

But it isn’t the dead man cocooned inside a huge mass of web that worries the Doctor. It isn’t the swarming, mutated insects that make him nervous.

With the village cut off from the outside world, and the insects becoming more and more dangerous, the Doctor knows that unless he can decode the strange symbols engraved on an ancient stone circle, and unravel a mystery dating back to the Second World War, no one is safe.

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Upcoming releases

Tom Baker at 80

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In January 2014, Tom Baker celebrated his 80th birthday.

On March 19th, Tom sat down with Nicholas Briggs to look back over his 80 amazing years - his youth, his early acting career, his great success with Doctor Who and beyond… and his return to his most famous role with Big Finish.

This candid and intimate interview forms two fascinating hours of engaging entertainment in the unique company of Mr Baker.

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TARDIS Tea Tray

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40 x 28cm melamine tea tray

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TARDIS Door Mat

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Durable door mat with a rubber non-slip base

40 x 57cm

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TARDIS Bookends

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A pair of resin TARDIS bookends. 17cm high

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Children of the Stones Audio read by Gareth Thomas

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Adam Brake, a professor of astrophysics, and his teenage son Matthew, arrive in Milbury, an English village surrounded by a stone circle. Adam has been commissioned to investigate the residual magnetism of the stones, but he and Matthew soon begin to realise that this is no ordinary village….

 

Based on the classic television series starring Gareth Thomas and Freddie Jones, this is the original novelisation, published for the first time in 35 years.

 

Jeremy Burnham and Trevor Ray are both actor-writers. ‘Children of the Stones’ for HTV was their first collaboration, closely followed by ‘Raven’ and the children’s novel ‘Mystery of the Tower’.

 

Jeremy’s writing credits include ‘The Avengers’, ‘Paul Temple’, ‘When the Boat Comes In’, ‘Minder’, ‘C.A.T.S. Eyes’ and ‘Inspector Morse’ to name but a few.

 

A stalwart of the National Theatre and the BBC Radio Drama department in both capacities as Actor and Writer, Trevor is best known to fans of Cult Television for his work on Doctor Who in 1969/70.

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Scarifyers 9: The King of Winter

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Midsummer, 1938. When a train porter is frozen to his living room chair (then nearly crowned Miss Croydon), MI-13’s Harry Crow (David Warner) and Professor Dunning (Terry Molloy) are on the case. But what links the unfortunate porter to the equally glaciated peer-of-the-realm, Lord Trumpley? MI:13’s investigations lead them to exclusive gentleman’s establishment, The Tartarus Club, whose membership appears to be rapidly dwindling.

 

What is the secret of the Tartarus Club? Why are the villagers of Thornton Gibbet afraid of a 300-year-old ghost? And why is it snowing in June?

 

As everlasting winter sets in, Crow and Dunning find themselves pitted against their greatest foe yet… THE KING OF WINTER

 

David Warner as Harry Crow

Terry Molloy as Professor Dunning

Guy Henry as Charles Blackthorn

David Benson as Alexander Caulfield-Browne and Reverend Spicer

Stephen Critchlow as Prince George and Sir Reginald Flash

Lisa Bowerman as Dr Crook and Miss Lewis Smith

David Bickerstaff as Lord Huntingdon and Roger Dillcock

Alex Lowe as Hartley and King George VI

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