Monthly Archives: April 2012

Doctor Who and the Pescatons

Written by Victor Pemberton, a veteran of the Troughton era, this two-part story is notable for being the first Doctor Who audio drama ever produced, and was released by Argo (Decca) on vinyl LP in 1976 (between TV season 13/14) and cassette in … Continue reading

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Date With History: 1912

2.20am: Five days into her maiden voyage to New York, the White Star Line’s newest and largest luxury liner RMS Titanic sank in the North Atlantic, just 160 minutes after colliding with an iceberg, about 375 miles south of Newfoundland. The disaster … Continue reading

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The Titanic Centenary

RMS Titanic began her fateful maiden voyage a century ago this week, when she sailed from Southampton. Five days later, the luxury liner lay broken in two at the bottom of the North Atlantic. Now the world is in the grip … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The Macra Terror Review

SYNOPSIS The TARDIS lands on an unnamed planet in the future. Here, a human colony is policed by the Pilot, but is really led by the Controller – a ‘Big Brother’ figure, with a tannoy-voice akin to the loudspeaker addresses … Continue reading

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