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Mark Jones

As reported by GallifreyNewsBase, Doctor Who guest actor Mark Jones died recently, aged 70. Following appearances in A Family at War (1970-72) and Z Cars (1971), Jones played Arnold Keeler in The Seeds of Doom, the 1976 classic that pits the Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker) and Sarah Jane Smith (Elisabeth Sladen) against the might of…

DWA Circulation Drops

BBC Worldwide have announced an increase in performance for their magazines range – but there is bad news with a drop in circulation for Doctor Who Adventures… The period from July to December 2009 has seen a considerable drop in sales of Doctor Who Adventures – a 45.7% decrease on the same period in 2008….

Whovian Murders

Long running detective drama Midsummer Murders this week featured guest appearances from the gorgeous Lucy Cohu (Alice in Torchwood: Children of Earth), Tim McInnerny (Planet of the Ood‘s Klineman Halpen) and Doctor Who writer and actor Mark Gatiss. The Sword of Guillaume saw an ancient Norman sword being used to slay the conspirators in a…

Rex Script Appraisal

Televisionary blogger Jace has had the fortune to see the script for the pilot of Rex Is Not Your Lawyer, which stars David Tennant and currently languishes in development hell waiting to be picked up for a full season hopefully later this year. Written by David Lampson and Andrew Leeds, Rex Is Not Your Lawyer…

Douglas Adams Era Profiled

BBC Radio 4 are producing a new documentary looking at former Doctor Who script editor Douglas Adams’ association with the series, from being a young fan in the 1960s to writing episodes and script editing the Doctor Who in the late 1970s. Titled The Doctor and Douglas, the project was revealed on ZZ9, the official…

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