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Tom Baker in Serpent Crest

He’s back! For the third successive year, Tom Baker returns to audio as the Fourth incarnation of the time and space travelling Doctor, in a brand new series of full-cast adventures. In the first part of the new Serpent Crest series, Tsar Wars, the Doctor (Tom Baker) and Mrs Wibbsey (Susan Jameson) are catapulted from…

Mix and Match Your Sonic!

Fans of Character’s massive Doctor Who toy range may recall that we featured a new sonic screwdriver toy recently: well, here’s the TV advert! Using this toy, you can: Combine the sections from each of the three Sonic Screwdrivers in different ways to create your own version. With over 80 possible combinations each with light…

Colony in Space on DVD

2|Entertain have released the DVD cover art for forthcoming 1971 Jon Pertwee space based western Colony in Space. The image featuring the Doctor’s arch-nemesis the Master (Roger Delgado) dominated by the machine worshipped by the indigenous primitives and their High Priest on the planet Uxarieus, where the Doctor becomes embroiled in a dispute between the…

Character’s Second Wave

On the eve of the second instalment of Doctor Who: Series 6 Character Options has released the second wave of its 2011 action gigures for pre-order. Coming 8th August fans can get their hands on the bearded Doctor, complete with straight jacket, from Day of the Moon (which will probably be lacking in at least…

Thank You, Amazon!

It doesn’t matter that you only got into Doctor Who because your dad used to watch it in the seventies, you fancy Karen Gillan or you liked Russell T. Davies’ writing in the past. There’s no excuse not to indulge in Classic Who. Classic DVDs burst onto shelves every month, but money is tight. There’s…

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