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The Doctor's Note

Myth Makers: Angela Bruce

Interviewed by SOPHIE ALDRED, this edition was filmed “entirely on location” at the locations for BATTLEFIELD at Rutland Water! OUT NOW

New: Lethbridge-Stewart - The Man from Yesterday

Brigadier Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart receives a phone call that will change his life. Could it be, after all this time, that his father has come back from yesterday? OUT NOW

Commentary CDs - Survival and The Monsters - out now

Two brand new commentary CDs are now available 12.99 each

Anomaly

In this fast paced sequel to both DAEMOS RISING and the DOCTOR WHO story THE TIME MONSTER, it s difficult to tell if reality is ... well ...real! Time itself it being manipulated and it s already run out more than once!

The Capitol 3 - 28 & 29th April 2018

Following the success of the The Capitol II, the Doctor Who Appreciation Society is proud to announce 'The Capitol 3' - a full scale, two day event that will take place at the Arora Hotel Gatwick over the weekend of the 28th & 29th Apr, 2018. As with all DWAS events, 'The Capitol 3' will offer a mix of guests panels, on screen presentations, autographs, photo studio, merchandise and more...

 


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New releases

Doctor Who Special: In The Studio

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The latest Doctor Who Magazine Special, In the Studio, is out this Thursday. It takes you behind the making-of Doctor Who in studio, from its relatively primitive beginnings at Lime Grove to the cutting edge of modern television production at Roath Lock!

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Kenneth Williams Companion

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The Kenneth Williams Companion is the first, and only, definitive book on the career of Kenneth Williams. The book details all his stage, radio, TV, recordings and film work as a chronology.

 

With fascinating facts, memories, many from people who haven’t spoken before, and information, this book is everything you ever needed to know about the career of one of Britain’s greatest comedy actors, from a career spanning 40 years.

 

“Much has been written about the person that was Kenneth Williams, but a full and detailed appreciation of his body of work has been neglected and this book is here to rectify this and catalogue the career of a genius,” writes Adam. “As my hero, I have been collecting and researching Kenneth’s life for over 25 years and is a project that has been inspired as a work of passion and to ensure that his 40 year career is documented for existing and future generation of fans.”

 

“I hope readers will discover that he wasn’t just in the Carry On films and a turn on the chat show circuit – in fact he had an immense body of work across all the mediums, even though he would write in his diary that he didn’t have much work! I think there will be some surprises in some of the projects that he was involved with and with contributions from a wealth of his friends and colleagues, some who have never spoken before, with new and never told before anecdotes and stories.”

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The Black Archive 18: Marco Polo

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The Black Archive – a series of book-length looks at single Doctor Who stories from 1963 to the present day.

 

‘This is the Plain of Pamir, known to those who travel to Cathay as the Roof of the World.’

 

Marco Polo (1964) reflects a cultural change reshaping TV’s role as historian, placing the interpretation of history in the viewers’ hands by recruiting them as travellers in Polo’s caravan.

 

Examining camera treatments and mobility, adaptive and remedial interventions, public and book history, cultural assumptions and memories, this book celebrates the work of collaborators, copyists, studio personnel and fans in reconstructing this most famous and earliest of missing Doctor Who stories.

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Doctor Who Audio Annual 2

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Six more thrilling stories of adventure in Time and Space from the original Doctor Who Annuals.

Larger than life and twice as colourful, from the 1960s to the 1980s the stories within the Doctor Who Annual were exuberant and charmingly naive. Now, in this second audio volume, Peter Purves (Steven), Anneke Wills (Polly), Geoffrey Beevers (the Master), Matthew Waterhouse (Adric) and Nicola Bryant (Peri) read another selection of these colourful and energetic tales, with atmospheric sound design.

 

In Peril in Mechanistria, the First Doctor finds primitive humans enslaved to machines in a world of metal. The Second Doctor must rescue Ben in The Sour Note, whilst in Scorched Earth the Third Doctor and Sarah are challenged by a virulent virus on Varium III. The Fourth Doctor has Double Trouble after he and his companions return to UNIT HQ, and then the Fifth Doctor and Adric visit a Planet of Fear. Finally, in The Radio Waves, the Master schemes to turn Londoners against politicians and the Royal Family. Can the Sixth Doctor and Peri stop him?

 

Also included from 1966 is The Equations of Doctor Who, a vintage essay about the mysteries of the Doctor and his TARDIS.

 

Take a nostalgic journey through time with these vintage Doctor Who tales. Duration: 2 hours 20 mins approx.

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Classic Audio Book: Mark of the Rani

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Nicola Bryant reads this classic novelisation of a Sixth Doctor TV adventure. En route to Kew Gardens, the Doctor and Peri arrive in Northern England at the time of the Luddite uprisings. Unknown to them, the TARDIS has been dragged of course by the Master, who plans to pervert the course of history and destroy his arch enemy once and for all. But also present is the Rani, another exile from Gallifrey, who is conducting her own evil experiments on the humans of the 19th Century. Soon the Doctor discovers that the female of the species is far, far deadlier than the male . . .

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The Avengers: Tunnel of Fear

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LOST EPISODE REDISCOVERED AFTER 55 YEARS AND AVALIABLE ON DVD FOR THE FIRST TIME

 

TUNNEL OF FEAR is the twentieth episode of the first series of the 1960s cult British spy-fi television series The Avengers, starring Ian Hendry, Patrick Macnee and Ingrid Hafner and was broadcast by ABC Television on 5 August 1961. It’s one of only three known complete season 1 episodes to have survived since the original broadcast. Lost for 55 years, the episode came to light in a private film collection in 2016 and was recovered by the British television preservation group Kaleidoscope.

 

Now for the first time ever Avengers fans will be able to own the episode its entirety on DVD with a host of extra content.

 

Harry Black, an escaped convict, bursts into Dr David Keel’s surgery wounded. He claims to have been framed for a crime that he did not commit – and begs the doctor not to hand him over to the police. Steed arrives and ascertains that Black has links to Southend-on-Sea which might well tie in with an investigation currently being undertaken by his department. They are aware that top government secrets are being leaked from a fun fair in Southend, and Black’s story, if true, could possibly lead them to the source of the operation.

 

Can Steed and Keel bring down the operation, prove Harry’s innocence and get out of Southend with their lives.

 

Bonus Content:

Big Finish Audio Play Series 1 Reconstruction - Tunnel of Fear

New Interview with John Dorney – writer of the Big Finish episode

Ulster TV interview: Ian Hendry (1962)

Ulster TV interview: Patrick Macnee (1964)

Reconstructions - Series 1 – Slideshows

Series 1 surviving scripts

64 page booklet

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Upcoming releases

Target Book Collection: The Day of the Doctor

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Meet the new Doctor Who classics.

When the entire universe is at stake, three different Doctors will unite to save it.

The Tenth Doctor is hunting shape-shifting Zygons in Elizabethan England. The Eleventh is investigating a rift in space-time in the present day. And one other – the man they used to be but never speak of – is fighting the Daleks in the darkest days of the Time War. Driven by demons and despair, this battle-scarred Doctor is set to take a devastating decision that will threaten the survival of the entire universe... a decision that not even a Time Lord can take alone.

On this day, the Doctor’s different incarnations will come together to save the Earth... to save the universe... and to save his soul.

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Target Book Collection: Rose

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Meet the new Doctor Who classics.

“Nice to meet you, Rose. Run for your life!”

In a lair somewhere beneath central London, a malevolent alien intelligence is plotting the end of humanity. Shop window dummies that can move – and kill – are taking up key positions, ready to strike.

Rose Tyler, an ordinary Londoner, is working her shift in a department store, unaware that this is the most important day of her life. She’s about to meet the only man who understands the true nature of the threat facing Earth, a stranger who will open her eyes to all the wonder and terror of the universe – a traveller in time and space known as the Doctor.

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Doctor Who Series 9 Soundtrack

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This all encompassing four part collection features general cues on discs one and two, the complete score from the episode Heaven Sent on disc three and on disc four the Christmas Special, The Husbands Of River Song. Five time BAFTA nominee Murray Gold recently confirmed that he is stepping down from composer duties on the show after 12 years of providing some of the finest music to be heard on contemporary television.

 

DISC 1

1. The One in a Thousand

2. Davros Remembers

3. Message from Missy

4. Meeting in the Square

5. Finding The Doctor

6. What Have You Done

7. Davros Approaches

8. Some Kind of Submarine

9. The Ghosts

10. The Bootstrap Paradox

11. Finding The Fisher King

12. Another Ghost Has Appeared

13. We Need to Get Back to The TARDIS

14. Directions from The Ghosts

15. Something in the Spacesuit

16. Two Days on a Longboat

17. I Am Ashildr

18. In a Way, She's a Hybrid

19. I Call Myself Me

20. They Need Us

21. The Last Thing We Need

 

DISC 2

1. Deep Cover

2. Just Come Inside

3. This is Not a War

4. Defending The Earth

5. The Morpheus Song

6. Saving Rigsy

7. Madam Mayor

8. Running from the Raven

9. Death is Locked In

10. Face the Raven

11. Back Home

12. The General's Regeneration

13. A Duty of Care

14. Clara's Diner

 

DISC 3

1. A Second Shadow

2. The Veil

3. A Fly on a Painting

4. A Change of Clothes

5. A Mechanical Maze

6. Digging a Grave

7. Tell No Lies

8. Two Events in Life

9. Waiting for the Veil

10. The Final Room

11. One Confession Away

12. Break Free

13. Same Old Day

14.The Shepherd's Boy

 

DISC 4

1. Carol Singers will be Criticised

2. A Dying Husband

3. The Finest Surgeon in The Galaxy

4. The Halassi Androvar

5. The Husbands of River Song

6. The TARDIS Can't Take Off

7. Time to Do it Properly

8. Harmony and Redemption

9. Hydroflax in The TARDIS

10. Whole Again at Last

11. All the Firewalls in The Galaxy

12. A Restaurant with a View

13. The Woman He Loves

14. The Singing Towers

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Lethbridge-Stewart Novella: The Lost Skin

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Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart is on leave in New York, but in Scotland word reaches the Fifth Operational Corps that Harold Chorley, journalist and pain in Lethbridge-Stewart’s rear, has got wind of the Corps’ presence in Stirling.

 

A plan is set in motion to take Chorley on a wild goose chase to John o Groats, as far from the Corps as possible. RSM Samson Ware and Professor Travers travel to the edge of Scotland, leaving a trail of breadcrumbs, which are picked by Chorley and his old chum, Larry Greene.

 

But it soon becomes clear that there is a real mystery in John o Groats, a strange link between Mhairi Docherty – a woman from Huna – and the Orkney Islands, and the local legend of the Selkie. To protect Mhairi, Samson needs to sideline Chorley and Greene, but the ever-erratic Professor Travers has other plans.

 

What is drawing Mhairi to the Orkney Islands? What hold does Chorley have over Greene? And, more importantly, what links Chorley and Greene to the secret history of Mhairi?

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Sherlock Holmes: The Master of Blackstone Grange

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1. The Master of Blackstone Grange

 

The arrival at Baker Street of a client who, unusually, seeks advice from both men brings to their attention the existence of an isolated manor house in the east of England known as Blackstone Grange. The place, for so long the locus of wild rumours of witchcraft and sorcery, has acquired a very modern new master – a charismatic socialite named ‘Honest’ Jim Sheedy, a man of boundless ambition whose influence over British society appears, inexplicably, to be growing.

 

The detective learns that Colonel Sebastian Moran, released early from prison, travels to meet with Sheedy on the very day of his freedom. But curiosity curdles into obsession when Mycroft warns his brother, in the strictest possible terms, against investigating any further.

 

2. The Adventure of the Fleet Street Transparency

 

London at night.

 

Westminster, at the end of the age of empire . And here, two days before Christmas... an extraordinary mystery is about to unfold...

 

Footprints in the snow, an unfathomable assault in a Turkish bath... Watson is baffled, but Holmes has a growing suspicion that a seemingly fantastical encounter will become a reality.

 

Cast: Nicholas Briggs (Sherlock Holmes), Richard Earl (Dr John Watson), Harry Peacock (‘Honest’ Jim Sheedy), Lucy Briggs-Owen (Genevieve Dumont), Tim Bentinck (Mycroft Holmes / Apothecary), John Banks (Colonel Sebastian), Eve Webster (Grace / Ettie), Nigel Hastings (Horace Grigg), David Birrell (Inspector Felix Abell / Lord Arthur Perowne), Tomm Coles (Ferndown / Chilcott), Blake Ritson (Dr Kemp), Anjella Mackintosh (Lydia Rangeley / Sally), Leighton Pugh (Hubert Rangeley / Clark / Mr Blythe / Impressario). Other parts played by members of the cast.

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Omega Factor Series 3

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After a traumatic confrontation with agents of Omega, Anne and Adam continue their work, investigating strange and supernatural events that defy rational explanation.

 

But change is coming - secrets will be unearthed and dark powers will rise.

 

Department 7 will never be the same again.

 

3.1 Under Glass by Roy Gill

Adam is moving on with his life, but a new relationship tests him in unexpected ways. Anne's dealings with a gallery lead her to a macabre exhibit and its owner's even more macabre fate. Meanwhile, Morag tries desperately to send a warning...

 

Ambition has a price, and what is trapped will not stay trapped forever...

 

3.2 Let Us Play by Natasha Gerson

Anne is called by an old acquaintance at Glasgow University, concerned about student welfare. An online developer is employing young people to work on new apps, but their screen-time is having disturbing side-effects.

 

Soon, Adam is caught in a deadly and addictive game. One where the unwary player has much more to lose than a life…

 

3.3 Phantom Pregnancy by Louise Jameson

Doyle presents Anne with a psychic prodigy and takes a special interest in her progress. But Adhara is a vulnerable young woman, far from home, and Adam has concerns over Department 7's duty of care.

 

As Adhara's condition becomes apparent, Adam's health declines. Only Morag knows the true connection - can she reach out and save her friend?

 

3.4 Drawn to the Dark by Phil Mulryne 

Something is buried under Edinburgh's streets. A dangerous legacy, centuries old. Anne tries to protect the innocents, while Morag and Adam sense a darkness, long-imprisoned, on the verge of release. But they are not the only ones to feel it.

 

Drexel has returned, and he plans to rise up more powerful than ever before...

 

Cast

Louise Jameson (Dr Anne Reynolds), John Dorney (Adam Dean), Natasha Gerson (Morag), Alan Cox (James Doyle), Lucy Goldie (Claire McTeal), Roberta Taylor (Olivia Kirkland), Leighton Pugh (John Gardener), Orion Ben (Adhara Rahul / Nurse), Jamie Newall (Professor Peter Shand), Miranda Keeling (Lucy Williams), Gunnar Cauthery (Edward Milton), Elizabeth Payne (Grace Roberts), Ben Porter (Professor Stephen Wright). Other parts played by members of the cast.

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