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Interview with a Dalek (Builder)

There are countless Dalek building groups operating via the web, sharing plans and designs, building tips and general support and camaradarie for the 1200+ builders around the world. One such hobbyist is David Smith, a member of The Dalek Builders Guild (DBG) as well as The South West Dalek Crew. Since 2005 they’ve raised money…

Dave Franklin Interview

Dave Franklin is the Welsh ex-pat author of “Looking for Sarah Jane Smith”, a tale he describes as “a bleak, vicious comedy”. Since its release in 2000 it has been republished as part of an anthology of Dave’s work, “Manic Streets of Perth”. Originally from South Wales, Dave left Cardiff University with “a BA in…

The Neill Gorton Interview

Neill Gorton is the man behind the amazing creatures we have seen in Doctor Who since its rebirth in 2005. The Moxx of Balhoon, the Slitheen, the Cybermen – they’ve all been created by Neill and his team, and have imprinted a very distinctive look on Doctor Who in the twenty-first century. Neill took some…

The Mat Irvine Interview – Part 2

Following Mat’s thoughts on the current state of the man’s exploration of space, the conversation turns back towards that Great British institution, the BBC Visual Effects Department. How did Mat feel about the department’s closure? "Frankly surprised that it lasted as long as it did? Given that all the other original design groups had been…

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