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Lee Mack on Have I Got News For You!

[singlepic=39,320,240,,right]Following in the footsteps of Bill Bailey, Brian Blessed and Kirsty Young in this series, top standup comic Lee Mack is in the hotseat this week as he asks the questions and attempts to keep Paul Merton in check. I can only forsee some superb comedy, to be frank – they are two of the…

Bernard Archard Guardian Obituary

The Guardian has published an obituary to the late Bernard Archer, the British character actor who appeared in the classic Tom Baker era adventure Pyramids of Mars. Archard was also known as/credited as Archer, and enjoyed a prolific career as a guest/character actor from his first television appearance in 1957 throughout the 60s and 70s….

Tennant Set to be Mr Joan Collins 10?

Well not quite! But he has been impressing the grand lady of trans-atlantic showbusiness with his manner during a recent trip to the Doctor Who set by Collins and her grandchildren. The Dynasty star was persuaded (with some doggedness, it seems) by her grandchildren to arrange a tour of the BBC show’s set at Upper…

Hinchcliffe on nuWho

Tom Baker era producer Philip Hinchcliffe speaks in the current published issue of The Stage about his feelings on modern Doctor Who. He speaks about a number of developments in the shows format, for instance story length: "The structure of these single episode stories is interesting," Hinchcliffe comments, pausing the DVD for a moment. "It’s…

Polls and Leagues

[singlepic=38,320,240,,right]Just browsing the web the other day, I stumbled across the results of Channel 4’s 50 Greatest Comedy Sketches (2006?). It’s a good mix of contemporary and classic, and despite giving the award to Little Britain I feel that the rest of the table is a pretty good reflection. In fact the only really contentious…

Doctor Who Adventures 64

The Doctor’s a dad… The Doctor and his daughter Jenny can be found on the latest cover of Doctor Who Adventures magazine. Inside the magazine we look at our favourite things about this episode and take a sneak preview of this Saturday’s trip to the 1920s. This issue’s free gift is essential for fans of…

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