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Classic Doctor Who Annual stories for audio release

A collection of stories originally published in Doctor Who Annuals from the 1960s through to the 1980s are to be made available on audio for the first time. The Doctor Who Audio Annual, which will be released just in time for Christmas, will include stories featuring the first six incarnations of the Doctor, read by…

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Classic Doctor Who Stars Uniting For Charity Convention

Bedford Who Charity Con is on a mission to raise money for the local homeless, and they’re doing it by bringing together some Classic Doctor Who actors and crew! Guests for the convention include Nicola Bryant, Sophie Aldred, Anneke Wills, John Leeson, Terry Molloy, Mike Tucker, Paul Cornell, and choreographer Ailsa Berk. The proceeds from…

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Doctor Who: Twelve for Twelve: The Power of the Daleks Review (Second Doctor)

Twelve for Twelve is The Gallifrey Times’ review countdown to the debut of the Twelfth Doctor. A different writer from TGT will take on each Doctor’s debut story daily, concluding with The Eleventh Hour. Here’s TGT writer Mike’s review of The Power of the Daleks! “I’d like to see a butterfly fit into its chrysalis case…

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Memories of 60s Doctor Who: Co-Star’s ‘Relief’ at Hartnell Departure

One of the earliest actresses to play a companion in Doctor Who has spoken of her relief at the changeover from first Doctor William Hartnell to his successor, Patrick Troughton. Anneke Wills played Polly, one of the companions (along with Ben, played by the late Michael Crane) to witness the first regeneration. Speaking at the…

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Doctor Who Convention Set To Invade Swansea

One of the best-known UK conventions celebrating Doctor Who is returning to Swansea – just down the road from Cardiff where the TV programme is now made. ‘Regenerations’ takes place on 22-23 September at The Village Hotel, Swansea.  Guest stars include Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy (6th and 7th Doctors), Sir Derek Jacobi and Geoffrey Beevers…

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