Patrick Troughton's first story, the mostly lost Power of the Daleks

Planning for 2013?

Do you find that your days are just too full to get everything done? Do you have to turn down meetings with old friends because you’re treble-booked between work, visiting the dentist and watching episode four of Pyramids of Mars? Did you forget to take the dog for a walk because you didn’t write it down in a list of reminders?

Well, from next year, you can forget about any of those things ever happening again with the miracle that is the Doctor Who 2013 Daily Planner!http://www.entertainmentearth.com/prodinfo.asp?number=DC121480&id=KA-107110593

Spanning 120 pages with one week per spread, this nifty little book, presented in TARDIS blue, naturally, will help you keep track of everything that you have to do, as well as let you jot down the important dates such as when new Doctor Who is on the telly; when new Doctor Who is released on DVD and Blu-ray; and when the action figure of Meglos is finally being released.

Christmas is fast approaching, like a Dalek flying over Canary Wharf, and this planner will make an excellent stocking filler for the most disorganised of Doctor Who fans.

You can pre-order a copy for $18.99 from Entertainment Earth (also available on Amazon in the UK); they go on general sale in November.



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What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!


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