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The Minister of Chance, Doctor Who spin-off

EyeStalk App Funds The Minister of Chance!

As if seeing life through a Dalek eyestalk wasn’t cool enough, now you can help fund the next episode of the audio series, The Minister of Chance.

©Ian Nolan/ Radio Static 2010-12 www.ministerofchance.com

All the profits from Paul Gee’s fantastic EyeStalk app between Wednesday 1st August and 8th August will help make episode 4 of the star-studded audio a reality. The iPod/iPad app can transform any image or video on an iOS device, applying one of five Dalek styles, from the black-and-white design of the 1960s (notably from Power of the Daleks) to the viewpoints of the paradigm Daleks first glimpsed in Victory of the Daleks. With Asylum of the Daleks just ‘round the corner, it’s set to be more popular than ever!

The Minister of Chance is a free sci-fi series that stars Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, Tamsin Greig, Paul Darrow, Jenny Agutter – and loads more! It’s funded solely by contributions, and as such, the cast and crew only receive a small fee; thankfully, they’re all passionate about the project!

91p (or $1.40) from each download of the EyeStalk app will be donated to episode 4 of The Minister of Chance to help them on their way to achieving their $10,000 target.

Purchase this innovative app here, and check out more of The Minister here.



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When he’s not watching television, reading books ‘n’ Marvel comics, listening to The Killers, and obsessing over script ideas, Philip Bates pretends to be a freelance writer. He enjoys collecting everything.


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