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Bambera’s Back

Big Finish have revealed that Brigadier Winifred Bambera, the no-nonsense UNIT leader from the 1989 TV story Battlefield, is returning in the Audio Adventures of Doctor Who! Bambera returns in the upcoming second season of The Lost Stories, in Animal, written by Andrew Cartmel. Once again she is played by Angela Bruce, who was delighted…

Dalek in Wokingham

It used to be that school fairs were just wasp covered cupcakes, hook-a-duck and half inflated bouncy castles not the stomping ground of metallic harbingers of doom. However, Addington School in Wokingham have just that – a full size Dalek. The fair, which takes place on Saturday, 19th June, will also give people the chance…

No Van Gogh Jokes

Richard Curtis refused to make any jokes about Vincent Van Gogh’s infamous act of self-mutilation in his upcoming Doctor Who episode The Four Weddings and a Funeral writer revealed to the Radio Times that he would not make any jokes about the 19th Century artists ear slicing incident, to which he probably owes at least…

The Bloodless Soldier

Following their superb return to the world of Doctor Who in The Mahogany Murderers, Henry Gordon Jago and Professor Litefoot have been reunited in a series of four full cast audio adventures from Big Finish. Starring Christopher Benjamin and Trevor Baxter as the eponymous Jago & Litefoot, The Bloodless Soldier kicks off with more of…

Doctor Who Magazine 422

Doctor Who Magazine scales new heights in issue 422 – the award-winning Richard Curtis, writer of Vincent and the Doctor, talks exclusively about his forthcoming episode in DWM 422… “It was a joy working on something my kids love,” says Richard. “During the summer I was writing it, we had lots of prints of Van…

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