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New releases

Torchwood 2:2 Zone 10

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They call it "Pulse" - a radio signal which has puzzled the world for 40 years. But now Toshiko Sato has solved it.

 

She's uncovered a message which leads her to Russia, and into an uneasy alliance with the KVI - the Russian equivalent of Torchwood. Toshiko needs to get into Zone 10 - a frozen wasteland which officially doesn't exist.

 

An intergalactic war was once fought in Zone 10. And it turns out there's a survivor.

 

Written By: David Llewellyn

Cast: Naoko Mori (Toshiko Sato), Krystian Godlewski (Maxim Ivanov), Ella Garland (Anna Volokova), Geoffrey Breton (FSB Agent)

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Gallifrey 8: Enemy Lines

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In the distant future, President Romanadvoratrelundar will do anything it takes to save her world, even if it means sacrificing her allies and friends…

 

In the distant past, President Romanadvoratrelundar will also do anything it takes to save her world, even if it means sacrificing her own life in the process…

 

Unfortunately for Romana, there is no easy option.

 

With the threat of impending war, and negotiations still ongoing, the Temporal Powers are growing restless. Every day, they find their future slipping away from them. Every decision they make proves critical. And no one can escape the fact that sacrifices have to be made…

 

Time is running out… and it’s running straight to Gallifrey.

 

Cast: Lalla Ward (Romana), Louise Jameson (Leela), Sophie Aldred (Ace), Seán Carlsen (Narvin), Miles Richardson (Braxiatel), Celia Imrie (Livia), Tom Allen (Plutus), George Watkins (Gaal), Hannah Genesius (Trave). Others parts played by the cast

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212: Vampire of the Mind

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The Doctor suspects the hand of his oldest enemy behind a spate of mysterious disappearances... but will he even recognise the 'new' Master, when he arrives at the scene of one of their earlier encounters?

 

 

Cast: Colin Baker (The Doctor), Alex Macqueen (The Master), John Standing (Professor Threadstone), Kate Kennedy (Heather Threadstone), Neil Edmond (Boatman/Guard/Blank), Catriona Knox (Landlady/Leach/Blank), Elliot Levey (Gobernar/Blank). Other parts portrayed by members of the cast.

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Fourth Doctor 5:5 Gallery of Ghouls

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The Randomiser brings the travellers to the future site of Brighton Pavilion, where a travelling waxworks has set up a show. But what horrors does Madame Tissot's Exposition hold? And what does it have to do with Marie Antoinette?

 

Cast: Tom Baker (The Doctor), Lalla Ward (Romana), Celia Imrie (Madame Tissot), Nickolas Grace (Goole)

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Lethbridge-Stewart: The Showstoppers

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‘Nuzzink in ze vorld can schtop me now!’

 

There’s a new TV show about to hit the airwaves, but Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart won’t be tuning in. With the future of the Fifth Operational Corps in doubt he’s got enough to worry about, but a plea from an old friend soon finds Lethbridge-Stewart and Anne Travers embroiled in a plot far more fantastical than anything on the small screen.

 

Can charismatic star Aubrey Mondegreene really be in two places at the same time? What lengths will ailing entertainment mogul Billy Lovac go to in order to reach his audience? And is luckless journalist Harold Chorley really so desperate that he’ll buy into a story about Nazi conspiracies from a tramp wearing a tin foil hat?

 

There’s something very rotten at the heart of weekend television, and it isn’t all due to shoddy scripts and bad special effects.

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Adventures in History Bookazine

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Panini’s acclaimed bookazine series The Essential Doctor Who continues, with a lavish 116-page issue about the Doctor’s journeys into Earth’s past.

 

Adventures in History includes interviews with:

Artist Jeff Cummins (Doctor Who Discovers)

Story editor Gerry Davis (The Highlanders)

Actor Bernard Kay (The Crusade)

Costume designer Odile Dicks-Mireaux (The Visitation)

Writer John Lucarotti (The Aztecs)

Writer Jamie Mathieson (The Girl Who Died)

Actor Ian McNeice (Victory of the Daleks)

Director Saul Metzstein (Dinosaurs on a Spaceship)

Writer Marc Platt (Ghost Light)

Story editor Donald Tosh (The Massacre of St Bartholomew’s Eve)

Artist George Underwood (The Doctor Who Dinosaur Book)

Actress Anneke Wills, who played Polly in The Smugglers and numerous other stories.

 

Elsewhere in this packed issue, Andrew Pixley reveals Donald Cotton’s notes for the 1965 story The Myth Makers, timelines chart the Doctor’s adventures from the creation of the Earth through to 1963, and 15 trips into history are revisited, from the era of the First Doctor right through to that of the Twelfth.

 

Editor Marcus Hearn says: “History in Doctor Who is about much more than the purely historical stories that were made in the 1960s. We decided to follow the Doctor’s entire journey through Earth history, with some of our best writers and designer Peri Godbold as our guides. We’ve never done anything quite like this before, and some of the rare pictures we’ve uncovered are amazing.”

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Upcoming releases

Day of Armageddon Commentary CD

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Owing to BBC policy in the 1960’s and 70’s, a vast number of television programmes were wiped, thought never to be seen again. Thanks to some fantastic finds, slowly, but surely, episodes of long lost classics have been returned, including many editions of Doctor Who.

 

This release provides commentaries for some of the “orphaned” William Hartnell episodes of Doctor Who (where the story longer exists in its entirety) covering the recently returned Galaxy 4 episode Airlock, three episodes of The Daleks’ Master Plan and the final episode of The Celestial Toymaker.

 

Moderated by actor, comedian and cult television enthusiast Toby Hadoke, this release features Peter Purves (Steven Taylor), David Graham (Dalek Voices), Donald Tosh (Script Editor), Brian Hodgson (Special Sound), Clive Doig (Vision Mixer) and a special bonus interview with Mission To The Unknown star Jeremy Young.

 

GALAXY FOUR - AIRLOCK: Donald Tosh, Clive Doig & Brian Hodgson

 

THE DALEKS' MASTER PLAN - DAY OF ARMAGEDDON:

 

Donald Tosh & Brian Hodgson

THE DALEKS' MASTER PLAN - COUNTER PLOT:

Peter Purves & David Graham

THE DALEKS' MASTER PLAN - ESCAPE SWITCH:

Peter Purves & David Graham

THE CELESTIAL TOYMAKER - THE FINAL TEST: Peter Purves

Bonus Interview: Jeremy Young

 

These CDs can be enjoyed on their own or played in conjunction with the official BBC DVD release.

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Classic Audio Book: Sontaran Experiment

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An unabridged reading of this classic novelisation of a Fourth Doctor TV adventure from 1975. Landing on Earth - now a barren, desolate planet - Sarah, Harry and the Doctor are unaware of a large, watching robot. The robot is the work of Styre, a Sontaran warrior, who uses all humans landing here for his experimental programmes. What has happened to the other space explorers who have come here? Why is Styre so interested in Earth, and in brutally torturing humans, including Sarah Jane? Will the Doctor be able to prevent an invasion, and save both Earth and his companions? Duration: 4 hours approx.

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Seventh Collected Comics: Evening's Empire

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Evening's Empire, a Doctor Who comic strip from the 1990s written by Andrew Cartmel, was never completed in the pages of Doctor Who Magazine. Although a version was printed subsequently, this new collection contains the first publication of the full story as originally intended, with brand-new artwork from the original artist, Richard Piers Rayner

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Daemos Rising Collector's Edition

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Daemos Rising is the 2004 direct sequel to Downtime, but also to the Jon Pertwee Doctor Who story The Daemons.

 

In the film, Cavendish is broken by his experiences in Downtime and hides away in a country cottage where he becomes absorbed by the occult. Kate Lethbridge-Stewart travels to see him after an appeal for help and together they battle the resurgent evil Daemons from the story of the same name.

 

Daemos Rising is a unique British 2004 sci-fi movie from the Doctor Who universe (but unofficial) featuring treasured characters and talent from the franchise and only now released on DVD - it's a must see for fans of the Time Lord.

 

Extras include: Additional 16:9 cut of the feature, Behind the Scenes feature, Cast & Crew Interviews, Guy Leopold Speaks!, Creature Feature, Making Music, Kents Cavern, Retrospective, Slide Show.

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Myth Makers Jessica Martin

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Jessica Martin is an actress, singer and impressionist whose career has diversified to include comic writing and illustrating. She appeared in Doctor Who as Mags in The Greatest Show in the Galaxy. Interviewed by Sophie Aldred

DVD-R Region 0

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Lethbridge-Stewart: Beast of Fang Rock Audio Reading

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There’s always death on the rock when the Beast’s about.’

 

Fang Rock has always had a bad reputation. Since 1955 the lighthouse has been out of commission, shut down because of fire that gutted the entire tower. But now, finally updated and fully renovated, the island and lighthouse is once again about to be brought back into service.

 

Students have gathered on Fang Rock to celebrate the opening of the ‘most haunted lighthouse of the British Isles’, but they get more than they bargained for when the ghosts of long-dead men return, accompanied by a falling star.

 

Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart is brought in to investigate what he believes to be signs of alien involvement. But it is not only Lethbridge-Stewart who has an interest in Fang Rock. Anne Travers is called to her family solicitor’s, who have in their possession a letter from Archibald Goff, the paranormal investigator who once visited Fang Rock back in the 1820s, and along with it a piece of alien technology.

 

What connects a shooting star, ghosts of men killed in 1902 and the beast that roamed Fang Rock in 1823? Lethbridge-Stewart and Anne Travers are about to discover the answer first hand...

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