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Dragonfire is one of two serials featured in the Doctor Who: Ace Adventures boxset

Friends of Who!

Friends to this day are three of the actors featured in the 1987 Doctor Who serial Dragonfire and they have been reminiscing about the time they shared on set in Friends of Who – a bonus 15 minute feature not available on the forthcoming Ace Adventures DVD boxset. Their names and faces may be familiar…


The Krotons on DVD!

Starring Patrick Troughton, Fraser Hines and Wendy Padbury as the Doctor, Jamie and Zoe, The Krotons is the first of this summer’s Doctor Who DVD releases. The release date is July 2nd, and the episode and commentary feature the late Philip Madoc, who died in March 2012. When the TARDIS arrives on the planet of…

Doctor Who DVD collection nears completion in summer 2012

Doctor Who DVDs for Summer 2012!

BBC Worldwide have provided confirmation of the release schedule of three classic Doctor Who DVDs this summer! Featuring the first, second and seventh Doctors, these DVDs will help to fill the glaring holes in your collection. The Krotons, starring Patrick Troughton, comes in early July with The Greatest Show in the Galaxy – a classic…

Dalek Point of View

Ever taken a picture and thought to yourself “It’s nice but it would look better if it could be a bit more Dalek-y”? We all have at some point. Maybe you’ve seen a famous landmark that hasn’t appeared in Doctor Who and pondered just what it would look like give a bit of “Dalek-cam”. Well…


Wibbly Wobbly, Shirty Whirty!

It’s not only time that can be wibbly wobbly, timey wimey – t-shirts can too! You see people assume that buying a t-shirt is a natural progression from hanger to neck but actually from a non linear, non subjective viewpoint its more like ensnaring a big ball of zeitgeist, trapping it forever in American Apparel,…

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