Sean Pertwee goes from Gotham to the Doctor…for at least one pic anyway.

As Father’s Day comes to a close, there’s a good chance that you might be more familiar with this particular Dad’s work than his son’s lengthy CV simply due to the fact that Dad will be forever remembered as the Third Doctor in Doctor Who. Jon Perwtee portrayed the Doctor from 1970-1974, replacing Patrick Troughton. Following […]

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Goodbye New Orleans and remembering Graham Crowden

As we leave New Orleans (insert sniff here) and this year’s BBC Syndication Showcase, we learned of some sad news from the world of British comedy that Graham Crowden, known to many as Tom Ballard in Waiting for God, had passed away yesterday at the age of 87. Remembering Graham Crowden We were extremely fortunate […]

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Doctor Who and the Home Movie Roadshow

Just a quick follow-up to yesterday’s post concerning the series, Home Movie Roadshow that’s currently running on BBC Two. Who’d of thought, but It seems as though the Reliance Mercedes dealership in Chingford was quite the hotbed of activity on one fateful day in 1975. Former Doctor Who, Jon Pertwee, and the Who-mobile came to […]

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Doctor Who theme by Orbital w/ Matt Smith

Never, ever doubt the power and/or following of the Traveling Time Lord. Just look at the crowd in this video from the closing night of the Glastonbury 2010 festival of the Doctor Who theme by the electronic music group, Orbital, with the Eleventh Doctor himself, Matt Smith. For those keeping score, Smith becomes on the second […]

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History says, it's ok to not like the new Doctor

Are you ready to turn the page on the David Tennant-era when the Matt Smith tenure as the Eleventh Doctor begins tomorrow night on “another network”? If you’re a bit worried as to whether or not your going to be able to handle a third Doctor in the span of the last five years, then […]

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Happy 46th, Doctor Who

With two hearts, a respiratory bypass system that allows you to go without air, an internal body temperature of 60 degrees and the ability to enter a self-induced coma-like state until your body heals from any mortal injury, it’s not wonder you look as good as you do. You don’t look a day over 400! […]

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