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Doing some crafty-ness and I need the font they used in WoM to write Bowie Base One on station, you guys know what I am talking about...
"Fantastic! Oh, fantastic! Powerless! Look at you. The great space dustbin!"
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 170
Running Time: 1:17:11
Interviews with writer Rob Shearman, actor Colin Spaull, and comedian Toby Hadoke while at Hurricane Who (special thanks to correspondents Ian Bisset ( @The6thDoctor ) and Tara Wheeler), News, Feedback, and more.
Well it certainly wasn't boring. It wasn't signposted as I thought it might have been. It also brought back home the idea of the Doctor as observer and it's interesting that Im watching THE AZTECS at the same time as this. Part of me felt he HAD to help them but he waited so long to do so. The other thing is: he seemed, almost resigned to the fact that he would now be the Master of Time and almost seemed Valeyardish. I don't know why he is so scared of his death when we know and he should know that he will become the "friend" of the Alex Kingston character River Song. That hasn't happened yet for him. Not sure why the Cloister Bell was ringing...just what is the danger?
Anthony Horowitz's new Alex Rider book, CROCODILE TEARS is due out any day in the US and is out in the UK. Additionally, his COLLISION is airing on PBS as we "speak". I await the new book and its CD with excitement. Each Alex Rider book is better than the last.
The original THE PRISONER 17 part series is worth a serious look once or twice. There really is NO series like it ever and never will be. It really is a mix of spy, politics, social statement, and intrigue as well as fairy tale and allegory. It says a lot about the crowd vs the individual, being yourself vs joining in, standing up for individuality or giving in, which is right? Which is wrong? it goes for society and for the loner, taking sides at one and then the other. It means something but you have find out what...it means for you. ANd it has that mystery man Patrick Magohan and that other character THE VILLAGE itself...what a real life setting for a such a strange mystical, brainwashy show. and there's science used. ANd dreams. And fairy tales.
[Admin note: As with many previews, this may contain what some may consider to be spoilers]
Here is the preview for the Christmas Specials, please be aware it contains the end titles for Waters of Mars: