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Oliver Elmes

As reported by the Doctor Who News Page, former BBC graphics designer Oliver Elmes, who was responsible for various computer generated sequences for the broadcaster during the 1980s, has died. You will know Elmes’ work as the opening titles and logo that graced the Sylvester McCoy era of the show, and various merchandise that was…

Cartmel Talks Thatcher

Enemy of the Thatcher and Former Doctor Who Script Editor Andrew Cartmel is reminiscing about his time controlling the very legacy of the Doctor for podcast series SFP.now. Cartmel is perhaps best know for adding a bit of class to the downright shoddy cancellation imposed on the show by the big wigs at the Beeb…

Ask Questions for DVD Extras!

2|entertain have announced on Twitter details of a very interesting competition that they are running that could result with a question of your choice being on one of the Doctor Who DVD’s being read out by…you! It’s really very simple, all you have to do is go to the following link: http://me.lt/1o0L6 and you can…

Have You Ever Met the Doctor?

It’s podKast time again, people, and this week James McLean and Christian Cawley discuss a few interesting points regarding the recent trailers and the revelation that one of our TARDIS travelling heroes won’t be around to see their next birthday. In addition to this we cover the recent appearances of Neil Gaiman, Mark Sheppard and…

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