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Planet of Giants on DVD!

The third of this summer’s recently confirmed Doctor Who DVD releases is Planet of Giants, the 1964 serial starring William Hartnell! Written by Louis Marks, Planet of Giants sees our travellers encountering some dimensional issues – but not the sort usually associated with Doctor Who. Indeed, a similar story was at one point intended as…


In With The Old And The New!

The beginning of May sees new audio adventures at both ends of the Doctor’s lifetime, in both the First and the Eleventh incarnations. The Sensorites is a reading by William Russell of the novelisation of the First Doctor’s television adventure, written by Nigel Robinson. When the Doctor and his first companions land on a dying…


PodKast with a Fanboy Hope

Last wek we brought you the astonishing showreel of John Guilor, a voice artist whose recent work has including reproducing the voices of several former Doctors. So amazing was this news that we naturally decided to dedicate an entire podKast (with a “K”) to the news and its implications (apart from the bit when we…

The Sensorites of the eponymous Doctor Who serial

Introducing: The Sensorites

The Sensorites is important. Modern audiences are beginning to appreciate these gems; frankly, any surviving black-and-white stories should be treasured. It’s amazing that we’re still able to see the spectacular William Hartnell as the first Doctor; William Russell as Ian; Jacqueline Hill’s Barbara; and Carol Ann Ford as Susan… in all her screaming glory. Sitting…

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