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Published on October 15th, 2011 | by Andrew Reynolds

Dr. Who: Tales Lost in Time

Brand new Doctor Who DVD documentary Dr. Who: Tales Lost in Time promises to delve deeper into the dark recesses of time to unearth some fabulous anecdotes from those responsible for making the show what it is.

Celebrity interviewer Neil Sean has cobbled together a veritable who’s who of Who, including several of the men who took on the mantle of the Doctor: David Tennant, Sylvester McCoy, Peter Davison and Paul McGann.

Also sharing some behind the scenes secrets are: Rula Lenska (Styles from Resurrection of the Daleks), Simon Pegg (The Editor from The Long Game), Adam Garcia (Alex Klein in The Christmas Invasion), John Barrowman (*shakes fist* BARROWMAN!!), Noel Clarke (Mickey Smith) and many more.

Dr. Who: Tales Lost in Time promises to be the perfect DVD for completists and anyone interested in learning more about what went on behind the filming of their favourite episodes.

The DVD is available from Odeon Entertainment and is available for pre-order now for £9.99 with copies due to dispatch in the week leading into All Hallows’ Eve.

For a sneaky peak – here’s the trailer!

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Everyone has a favourite Doctor and mine - just for his honesty, his fairness and his ability to not notice the Master's awful, awful disguises/anagrams (Sir Gilles Estram!?!) - has to be the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison. The stories didn’t serve him as well as his acting served those stories.




3 Responses to Dr. Who: Tales Lost in Time

  1. francis cave says:

    Well hopefully this will be better than “D.r. W.h.o. – The Last Interviews”, the last DVD from Neil Sean which managed to earn one out of five stars from reviews on Amazon and apparently included interviews with actors recorded years before they actually appeared in the series + a clip of Jordan because she once said she’d like to be in it….


    • So you haven’t actually seen the prevous DVD?

  2. Francis Cave says:

    No I’ve not seen it but I have read enough reviews (which are all consistent) to get a good idea of what its like. Plus reading Neil Sean’s showbiz feature every day in the Metro Paper we are not talking top class journalism here. However the trailer for this one does look good so perhaps some lessons have been learned and the interviews are actually about Doctor Who and not just featuring actors who have appeared in it.

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