Tue, 27 August 2013
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Sun, 11 August 2013
Twenty-five years ago, with Richter's Syndrome running rampant throughout the galaxy, the brilliant biochemist Nyssa, formerly of Traken, bade a painful farewell to her young family... and set off into the space, in search of a cure for this deadly disease.
She never returned.
Now, her grown-up son continues her work on the penal colony of Valderon, still desperate to make the breakthrough that eluded his presumed-dead mother.
So when the TARDIS lands on Valderon, bringing the Doctor, Tegan, Turlough and Nyssa to its fortress prison, the scene is set for a painful reunion... but not only for Nyssa. The Doctor's past is about to catch up with him too...
Written By: Jonathan Morris
Peter Davison (The Doctor), Janet Fielding (Tegan), Mark Strickson (Turlough),Sarah Sutton (Nyssa), Sarah Dougles (Sibor), Alistair Mackenzie (Galen), Anjella Mackintosh (Mahandra), Jez Fielder (Kartis)
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Wed, 7 August 2013
On their mission to explore the Mariana Trench at the very bottom of the ocean, the deepest and most inhospitable place on Earth, the crew of the deep sea vehicle Erebus make an unusual and startling discovery.
A battered blue police box.
As the Doctor, Romana and K9 join them on their journey, the submariners soon discover that the TARDIS is not the only unusual find lurking on the sea floor.
Super-intelligent squid, long-lost submarines and their miraculous occupants are only the start of their troubles. The Goblins are coming. And they won't let anyone out alive.
Written By: Jonathan Morris
Tom Baker (The Doctor), Mary Tamm (Romana), John Leeson (K9), Alice Krige (Dr Patricia Sawyer), John Albasiny (Chris Fleming), Charlie Norfolk (Terri McCulloch),Gwilym Lee (Jack Hodges)
Sun, 4 August 2013
Request for memorabilia to include in major autumn exhibition at the National Media Museum in Bradford
Fans of Doctor Who are being asked to share stories and memorabilia to contribute to a major exhibition at the National Media Museum in Bradford, celebrating the 50th anniversary of one of Britain’s most popular television programmes.
The exhibition Fifty Years of Doctor Who Fans (National Media Museum, 12 November 2013 until 2 March 2014) will explore people’s devotion to Doctor Who – what the programme means to the fans, what makes a fan, and how they demonstrate their affection.
To help answer these questions the Museum is appealing to owners of Doctor Who collectibles and souvenirs, and people who have interesting stories relating to the programme, to get in touch by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exhibition curator Toni Booth said “Do you have a Doctor Who chess set? Ever knitted your own Dalek? Have you still got that Cyberman helmet in the attic? If so, these are exactly the kind of objects that might go towards creating this new exhibition.
"We would like to use examples of Doctor Who memorabilia from the past fifty years – both official merchandise and more personal homemade objects - the kind of things which show a fan’s love for the Doctor. We want to know why you have this object, when you got it, and your feelings towards Doctor Who then and now."
She added: "We would really appreciate as many fans as possible getting in touch to help shape this exhibition, which will be highlighting the people who watch the show."
Organisers are collecting offers of contributions until the 9 August, before making a selection for the exhibition.
Anyone who would like to offer contributions or suggestions can provide details of their memorabilia to email@example.com by 9 August. The Museum asks that no objects are sent now as their inclusion in the exhibition, or their return, cannot be guaranteed at this stage.
Further details can be found at www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk/doctorwho
Fifty Years of Doctor Who Fans runs at the National Media Museum from 12 November 2013 to 2 March 2014.
Thu, 1 August 2013
Plague of the Cybermen
Shroud of Sorrow