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    Episode 3 | Next Time Trailer | Orphan 55 | Doctor Who: Series 12
    5th January 2020
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    COMING SOON | Orphan 55 | Doctor Who
    7th January, 2020

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    Series 12 (aka Series 38) Episode Titles Confirmed
    Thursday, 09 January, 2020 - Reported by Marcus


    http://www.doctorwhonews.net/2020/01...confirmed.html


    The titles of the next four episodes of Doctor Who have been confirmed in the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine.

    Episode Three: Orphan 55

    Written by Ed Hime
    Directed by Lee Haven Jones

    Exhausted and wrung out, the Doctor and her friends embark on a much-needed holiday. But it's not the relaxing break they hoped for.
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    Orphan 55 is written by Ed Hime and directed by Lee Haven Jones. The episode was partly filmed on location in Tenerife. It features actors Col Farrell and Julia Elizabeth Fogle.

    Episode Four: Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror

    Written by Nina Metivier
    Directed by Nida Manzoor

    Inventor Nikola Tesla is at war with his rival Thomas Edison. However, there is an even greater threat in their midst.

    In Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror we are taken back to 20th Century New York.

    The first script by Nina Metivier for the series continues the recent habit of the Doctor meeting famous characters from history. This time it is the scientist best known for his contributions to the design of the alternating current electricity supply system. Telsar is played by Croatian actor Goran Višnji?, best known for appearing in ER. His great rival Thomas Edison is played by Robert Glenister, who last appeared in Doctor Who in 1984 playing Salateen in the fifth Doctor's final story The Caves of Androzani.

    It is directed by Nida Manzoor making her debut on the series

    Episode Five: Fugitive of the Judoon

    Written by Vinay Patel
    Directed by Nida Manzoor

    Stomping their way into present day Gloucester the Judoon are on the hunt for someone on the run. Who is this fugitive? And why are these alien mercenaries after them?

    The return of everybody's favourite intergalactic policemen is in Fugitive of the Judoon.

    This is Vinay Patel's second episode for the series after last season's Demons Of The Punjab. It is also directed by Nida Manzoor, and guest star's Neil Stuke and Jo Martin.

    Episode Six: Praxeus

    Written by Pete McTighe
    Directed by Jamie Magnus Stone

    The Doctor and her friends split up to investigate multiple mysteries across planet Earth. What will they find will threaten all of humanity...

    Written by Pete McTighe who penned Kerblam! for the last series.

    It is directed by Jamie Magnus Stone who was responsible for the acclaimed first episode of this series Spyfall, and guest stars include Matthew McNulty and Joana Borja. The majority of the episode was filmed in South Africa.
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    Doctor Who Magazine: Issue 547
    Thursday, 09 January, 2020 - Reported by Marcus


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    The latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine, Number 547, is published today and includes an exclusive interview with Bradley Walsh, who plays Graham in the new series of Doctor Who.

    Also in the magazine

    • The second part of an exclusive, in-depth interview with showrunner Chris Chibnall.
    • Interviews with the new writers of Series 12
    • Exclusive previews of the next four episodes.
    • The untold story of Denis Alan Print, the Doctor Who merchandise company co-owned by Tom Baker.
    • Doctor Who’s top ten Master reveals.
    • Behind the scenes at the OFFSTAGE Theatre Group, whose Doctor Who plays and comedy sketches were popular at conventions from 2003 to 2013.
    • The Fact of Fiction begins an epic exploration of The Daleks’ Master Plan.
    • Part Five of Mistress of Chaos, a new comic-strip adventure featuring the Thirteenth Doctor and her friends.
    • The answers to DWM’s Christmas Quiz.
    • Reviews of the Season 26 Blu-ray box set and the new vinyl edition of The Web Planet.
    • Big Finish previews and reviews, news, prize-winning competitions, The Blogs of Doom and much more.

    On sale from Thursday 9 January 2020 £5.99 (UK)


    DWM 547 is also available as a strictly limited Deluxe Edition, exclusive to WH Smith and store.panini.co.uk priced £9.99.

    In addition to the latest issue of DWM, the Deluxe Edition includes:

    • An exclusive 76-minute music CD, featuring 22 classic and rare tracks from 1963 to 1989.
    • A 32-page supplement, comprising classic comic-strip stories featuring the Master.
    • A giant double-sided poster.
    • A Series 12 art card.
    • Three Big Finish audio dramas to download.
    • Big Finish stickers.
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    For those Amazon prime subscribers, Doctor Who (2005 - 20XX) has been removed from Prime. If you want to watch it, you have to purchase seasons or episodes, Prime or not. Looks like HBO is going to steal it for their new paid (14.99/Mo.) streaming service.

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    I know it would be a bit of an investment compared to using a streaming service (or the good old days of free-to-air), but you can buy most seasons of 2005-x Doctor Who on BluRay these days for about $35/each (or better if you wait for bargains), so for the entire run to date - that's about $300 to $400 including the current S12 when it's released. Spread that over 12 months if you like - 1 per season - it's only about a dollar a day...

    Now however - spare a thought for those of us who started buying Classic WHO on VHS back in the mid 80s at around $30 for just one story... 158 stories (less about 13 due to Missing Eps), with some releases being 2-tape packs that typically cost double the money (cos 1 VHS tape couldn't fit all 10 episodes of War Games, after all)... you wouldn't have got change out of $4,500.

    (Then - THEN - in 1999 they changed to DVD before they'd even finished releasing the VHS range! But I still had to buy those last few VHS to complete the set, you know...? And not because of my OCD/anal tendencies - who knew when those last VHS titles would actually be out on DVD? If I didn't buy them then, I may have been waiting 15 years for the DVD release.

    Fast forward to about 2017, I noted how many Classic DVD titles were becoming scarce, so decided I'd better finish collecting the large chunks of the DVD range that I'd not bothered to collect... resulting in having to buy the last 30-odd titles from both NZ and UK as they weren't all available here in Oz...

    And THEN - about 12 months later they announced - CLASSIC BLU RAY BOX SETS!

    I gave away my VHS tapes about 4 years ago to a very grateful fan hoping to get their kids into the show... Now I'm giving my DVDs to my brother as they get replaced by the season box sets. So many dollars... all for bloody Doctor Who...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmichobo View Post
    I know it would be a bit of an investment compared to using a streaming service (or the good old days of free-to-air), but you can buy most seasons of 2005-x Doctor Who on BluRay these days for about $35/each (or better if you wait for bargains), so for the entire run to date - that's about $300 to $400 including the current S12 when it's released. Spread that over 12 months if you like - 1 per season - it's only about a dollar a day...

    Now however - spare a thought for those of us who started buying Classic WHO on VHS back in the mid 80s at around $30 for just one story... 158 stories (less about 13 due to Missing Eps), with some releases being 2-tape packs that typically cost double the money (cos 1 VHS tape couldn't fit all 10 episodes of War Games, after all)... you wouldn't have got change out of $4,500.

    (Then - THEN - in 1999 they changed to DVD before they'd even finished releasing the VHS range! But I still had to buy those last few VHS to complete the set, you know...? And not because of my OCD/anal tendencies - who knew when those last VHS titles would actually be out on DVD? If I didn't buy them then, I may have been waiting 15 years for the DVD release.

    Fast forward to about 2017, I noted how many Classic DVD titles were becoming scarce, so decided I'd better finish collecting the large chunks of the DVD range that I'd not bothered to collect... resulting in having to buy the last 30-odd titles from both NZ and UK as they weren't all available here in Oz...

    And THEN - about 12 months later they announced - CLASSIC BLU RAY BOX SETS!

    I gave away my VHS tapes about 4 years ago to a very grateful fan hoping to get their kids into the show... Now I'm giving my DVDs to my brother as they get replaced by the season box sets. So many dollars... all for bloody Doctor Who...)
    Format migration as technology improves is expensive, but in some cases worth it. The jump from videotape to DVD was a significant improvement and was pretty much mandatory. DVD to BD not so much. I've got a lot of DVD content, but with very few exceptions, that doesn't mean I'll run out and buy something for $30 bucks. If I run across a BD of something I already have at a garage sale or some such for a cheap price, I'll buy that, but otherwise, DVD is fine. I"m just not going to bite on excessive greed from content producers, which is what this is really about.

    BBC made a deal with Amazon to include the Doctor in it's prime service. It's not like it's "free", I pay for that prime subscription.
    Now HBO has apparently offered BBC more $ for exclusive rights for their upcoming pay streaming service. Sorry, BBC, you can take a hike with that.

    This is a trend among many content providers. "Star Trek" going to CBS paid service, "The Orville" going to Hulu's paid service and so on.

    So right there, for 3 shows, you're gonna end up paying a good chunk of change for 3 separate services. Great for enriching the content providers, but not so great for the consumer.

    If people in general don't start refusing to go along with this greedy scam, TV will be too expensive. The ONLY way we can push back is to "Just Say No" as Nancy Reagan taught us back in the 80's.

    PS: My current streaming service is Sling. And I DVR'ed Doctor Who S11E1 last April, knowing I would want to rewatch it when S12 started. For some reason, it won't play back. I've been talking to Sling about it, and have been getting the big stall.

    Dollars to Donuts this comes down to BBC telling Sling not to allow playback for licensing reasons. Translation: Greed.

    If this is what BBC wants to do, they can take their entire network and put it where the sun don't shine.
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    Not sure if this was reported back in the day but there are official Doctor Who escape rooms (recorded messages from the Doctor and such) around the UK and I got tickets for one for Christmas, just need to book it

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    We are absolutely sitting smack bang in the middle of The Streaming Wars. One can only hope that Taco Bell emerges victor, otherwise who knows what the future may hold.
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    John Griffiths 1931-2020
    Sunday, 12 January, 2020 - Reported by Marcus


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    The Film Editor John Griffiths has died at the age of 89.

    John Griffiths was a member of the team responsible for the first-ever piece of Doctor Who screened, the original opening title sequence.

    In 1963 Griffiths was working for the BBC at Ealing film studios when he was introduced to Verity Lambert and Waris Hussein, Doctor Who's first producer and director. They gave him the raw material of a recent studio session where they had filmed the output of an electronic camera looking at its own viewfinder and asked him to edit the material to provide a new title sequence for their new TV Series Dr. Who.

    The sequence Griffiths produced, when combined with the music composed by Ron Grainer and realized by Delia Derbyshire, became one of the most iconic title sequences in television history, heralding the beginning of each episode for the next three years.

    As film editor, John Griffiths also worked on the 1964 story The Dalek Invasion of Earth, editing the famous footage of the Daleks patrolling a deserted London. As production editor, he worked on the Third Doctor story The Mind of Evil, appearing in front of the camera as an extra in the story.

    After retiring from the BBC John Griffiths retired to Worthing. He died on Thursday 9th January.

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    Season 14 Bluray release
    Tuesday, 14 January, 2020 - Reported by Chuck Foster


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    BBC Studios have announced that Season 14 will be the next instalment in the DOCTOR WHO: THE COLLECTION Blu-ray range, now available to pre-order from Amazon:


    Doctor Who fans will be delighted to hear that BBC Studios is releasing Season 14 on Blu-Ray. Tom Baker’s third series as the Doctor will debut on Monday 20th April, and is available to pre-order now.

    Doctor Who – The Collection: Season 14:

    • THE MASQUE OF MANDRAGORA
    • THE HAND OF FEAR
    • THE DEADLY ASSASSIN
    • THE FACE OF EVIL
    • THE ROBOTS OF DEATH
    • THE TALONS OF WENG-CHIANG


    In 1976, Doctor Who took a dramatic new turn, electrifying audiences with changes in format, companion and appearance of the TARDIS. Season 14 saw the departure of the Doctor’s long-term companion Sarah Jane Smith, and the introduction of Leela. The season contains some of Tom Baker’s most iconic serials, with intrepid investigations in Victorian London, deadly robots in a murderous whodunit, a return to the Doctor’s homeworld, and one of the saddest goodbyes in Doctor Who history.

    Producer Phillip Hinchliffe led Doctor Who through a creative high, joined by Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith, Louise Jameson as the Doctor’s captivating new companion Leela and guests stars Tim Pigott-Smith, Stephen Thorne, Peter Pratt, Pamela Salem, David Collings, Christopher Benjamin and Trevor Baxter.

    With all episodes newly remastered from the best available sources, this Blu-ray box set also contains extensive and exclusive special features which include:


    • Immersive 5.1 surround sound - The Deadly Assassin
    • Brand new audio commentaries - Tom Baker and Matthew Sweet on selected episodes of The Face of Evil and The Talons of Weng-Chiang.
    • Behind the Sofa - New episodes with Tom Baker, Louise Jameson, Philip Hinchcliffe, plus companions Sophie Aldred and Peter Purves.
    • Our Sarah Jane – Elisabeth Sladen Tribute - A feature-length look at the life and career of Sarah Jane Smith, played by Elisabeth Sladen.
    • Whose Doctor Who Revisited - Toby Hadoke meets the producers and grown-up stars of the very first Who Documentary.
    • In Conversation - Matthew Sweet chats to producer Philip Hinchcliffe.
    • Blu-Ray trailer - Louise Jameson has trouble with her new home assistant.
    • Brand new interviews
    • Rare archive material
    • Convention footage
    • HD photo galleries
    • Scripts, costume designs, rare BBC production files and other gems from our PDF archive


    The eight-disc box set also includes hours of extensive special features previously released on DVD.

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    I heard a cry.

    That was me!
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    Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror - Pictures
    Wednesday, 15 January, 2020 - Reported by Marcus


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    The BBC has released new pictures from the upcoming episode of Doctor Who - Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror.

    The story is written by Nina Metivier and directed by Nida Manzoor, both making their debut on Doctor Who.

    Written by Nina Metivier
    Directed by Nida Manzoor
    Starring Jodie Whittaker, Bradley Walsh, Tosin Cole and Mandip Gill.

    Guest starring Goran Višnji and Robert Glenister.

    1903. Who or what is sabotaging Nikola Tesla's generator plant at Niagara Falls? And has this maverick inventor really received a message from Mars?

    The episode can be seen on BBC One at 7.10pm next Sunday. North American viewers can see it at 8pm ET, while in Australia the episode debut's is on Thursday at 8pm. In New Zealand, it can be seen at 9am, Monday morning, just a couple of hours after the UK showing.

    Full broadcast details can be found here, and ongoing adventures of the Doctor can be found via This Week in Doctor Who.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teddybrown View Post
    Not sure if this was reported back in the day but there are official Doctor Who escape rooms (recorded messages from the Doctor and such) around the UK and I got tickets for one for Christmas, just need to book it
    I sometimes wonder about the phenomenon of escape rooms, and how many different solutions there are to each one.

    What's to stop someone who's solved it going online and posting their solution to Facebook or whatever?

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    To the night and its stars, to the here and now with who we are.

    Another sunrise with my sad captains, with who I choose to lose my mind,
    And if it's all we only pass this way but once, what a perfect waste of time.

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    I'm not even going to take the 1 minute it would require to answer that question... (by googling - is there a cheat sheet to XYZ Escape Room)

    I'm sure it's been done.

    Now, where's the escape button for Orphan 55? I needed it several times...
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    It wasn't that bad, I quite enjoyed it - with the exception of the heavy handed "Here's the moral of the story, kids!" at the end.

    Long before you and I were born, others beat these benches with their empty cups,
    To the night and its stars, to the here and now with who we are.

    Another sunrise with my sad captains, with who I choose to lose my mind,
    And if it's all we only pass this way but once, what a perfect waste of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruTak View Post
    It wasn't that bad, I quite enjoyed it - with the exception of the heavy handed "Here's the moral of the story, kids!" at the end.
    That was more than heavy handed.

    Reminded me of "Moonlighting", a rom-com back in the mid eighties. They would constantly break the 4th window and talk directly to the nationwide TV audience. (This was a top-rated show in the pre-cable era, Huge audience numbers.)
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    Anyone who doesn't know Moonlighting needs their eyes glued shut. If nothing else - it gave us Brucey - but there really was some great writing behind that show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmichobo View Post
    Anyone who doesn't know Moonlighting needs their eyes glued shut. If nothing else - it gave us Brucey - but there really was some great writing behind that show.
    A lot of folks have never heard of it. Because it only ran 5 seasons, with the last 2-3 seasons basically a train wreck, it never made it in reruns/syndication, so many youngsters have never seen it.
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    Reminder:
    Episode 4 - "Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror"
    Debuting at 7:10pm on BBC One



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