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Original Costume For Sale

This is an original, screen used Doctor Who costume from all four episodes of the 1985 Sixth Doctor story Vengeance on Varos. It was worn on screen by the Chief Officer played by Forbes Collins.

Myth Makers: The Doctors: Heroes!

These six documentaries are the best in-depth interviews with TREVOR MARTIN (the Doctor in the stage play Seven Keys to Doomsday), DAMARIS HAYMAN (Olive Hawthorne in The Daemons), STEWART BEVAN (Cliff Jones in The Green Death), JEREMY BULLOCH (Hal the Archer in The Time Warrior), ANDREW HAYDEN-SMITH (Jake Simmonds in Rise of the Cybermen) and DAVID BRIERLEY (Voice of K9) ever undertaken!

Lucy Wilson and the Bledoe Cadets

Lucy Wilson has lost her best friend! Normally this would cause her great distress, but when Hobo's body is hijacked by her Grandad, Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, Lucy is over the moon. For Lucy and her Granddad, it is a chance to understand what truly binds them together, what it is to be a Lethbridge-Stewart!

Sil and the Devil Seeds of Arodor Blu ray - SIGNED INSERT

PRE-ORDER An original drama from the world of BBCtv’s DOCTOR WHO, featuring SIL, the ruthless alien entrepreneur from planet Thoros Beta, played by NABIL SHABAN. With an exclusive signed art card. Due November

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New releases

Classic Audio Book: The Armageddon Factor

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John Leeson reads this exciting novelisation of a TV adventure for the Fourth Doctor, Romana and K9.

 

Some time ago the White Guardian, one of the most powerul beings in the Cosmos, set the Doctor an urgent task to find and reassemble the six segments of the Key to Time.

 

Having successfully retrieved five of the segments, the Doctor and Romana arrive on the planet Atrios in the middle of an atomic war. There they must search for the last, most vital piece of the Key.

 

However, sinister dangers await them in this final stage of their quest. The actions of the Marshal of Atrios, operating under a mysterious influence, look certain to bring about armageddon for them all.

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Original Doctor Dr Who Costume Chief Officer (Forbes Collins) Vengeance on Varos

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This is an original, screen used Doctor Who costume from all four episodes of the 1985 Sixth Doctor story Vengeance on Varos. It was worn on screen by the Chief Officer played by Forbes Collins.

 

The costume, designed by Anne Hardinge, comprises jacket, trousers, gloves, belt and neck pendant.

 

The black jacket fastens up the front with a zip and press studs and features red epaulettes with two badges on each, unique to the Chief Officer costume. The trousers are black with a red stripe down the side, the gloves black with a red inner and trim. The belt has a buckle with the Varos logo on it. The neck pendant has an old label on the back with "Forbes" written on it.

 

The costume is good quality and is in very good condition for something 34 years old which was made for a single story TV production.

 

It was obtained in the 1990s from series producer, John Nathan-Turner.

 

This lot does NOT include the display mannequin.

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Collected Comics: The Clockwise War

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The Clockwise War presents the final Twelfth Doctor adventure, by Scott Gray and John Ross] Also, classic tales of the First, Fourth and Fifth Doctors - as played on televison by William Hartnell, Tom Baker and Peter Davison - from the long-running comic strip in the official Doctor Who Magazine and the Doctor Who Yearbooks.

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Myth Makers Interviews: The Doctors: Heroes!

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This is the definitive set of interviews with the actors who brought the HEROES of DOCTOR WHO to life!

 

These six documentaries are the best in-depth interviews with TREVOR MARTIN (the Doctor in the stage play Seven Keys to Doomsday), DAMARIS HAYMAN (Olive Hawthorne in The Daemons), STEWART BEVAN (Cliff Jones in The Green Death), JEREMY BULLOCH (Hal the Archer in The Time Warrior), ANDREW HAYDEN-SMITH (Jake Simmonds in Rise of the Cybermen) and DAVID BRIERLEY (Voice of K9) ever undertaken!

 

Presented by Jo Grant herself, KATY MANNING, plus MARTIN PARSONS and the voice of the Daleks NICHOLAS BRIGGS.

 

For all DOCTOR Who fans, this 2 DISC special collector s edition is 5 hours of pure nostalgia, which will give you a whole new insight into the making of your favourite science fiction series!

 

SPECIAL FEATURE: Introduction by NICHOLAS BRIGGS & Producer KEITH BARNFATHER.

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250: The Monsters of Gokroth

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The people of Gokroth live in fear of the monsters in the forest. Creatures with scales and fur, teeth and claws. But worse than these, perhaps, is the strange doctor who does unspeakable, unholy work in the high castle on the mountain…

 

A doctor who’s about to receive a visit from an off-worlder. Mags, formerly of the Psychic Circus. A native of the planet Vulpana… with a monstrous secret of her own.

Written By: Matt Fitton

 

Cast

Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Jessica Martin (Mags)

More cast info to follow.

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The Lucy Wilson Mysteries: Lucy Wilson and the Bledoe Cadets

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Lucy Wilson has lost her best friend! Normally this would cause her great distress, but when Hobo's body is hijacked by her Grandad, Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, Lucy is over the moon.

 

Soon they find themselves hurtling back in time, where in 1937 the young Brigadier and his brother James find themselves face-to-face with smugglers.

 

What connects 1937 and 2018? Lucy Wilson and Brigadier are about to find out, as they join the Bledoe Cadets in solving the mystery at Redgate Smithy, especially when the price will be high for at least one of the Cadets!

 

But for Lucy and her Grandad, it is a chance to understand what truly binds them together, what it is to be a Lethbridge-Stewart!

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Upcoming releases

The Lucy Wilson Mysteries: The Bandril Invasion

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Billy Bandril is the TV sensation sweeping the nation! The hilarious antics of this anarchic puppet have kids and their parents waiting all week for another episode of mayhem.

 

Fresh from her latest adventure, Lucy Wilson could use some time relaxing in front of the box. But Hobo isn’t too sure... There’s something sinister about Billy and his influence over the viewing public.

 

When Lucy finds herself live on air with Billy, it’s up to Hobo to interrupt the broadcast, before the curtains close... forever.

 

The Lucy Wilson Mysteries is a Lethbridge-Stewart spin-off adventure and featured licensed characters created for Doctor Who by Mervyn Haisman and Henry Lincoln.

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The Black Archive 33: Horror of Fang Rock

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The Black Archive, a series of book-length looks at single Doctor Who stories from 1963 to the present day

 

Written by Matthew Guerreri

 

‘Yes, I always find trouble.’

An isolated Edwardian lighthouse, mysterious deaths, an unexpected shipwreck, a body-snatching alien: Horror of Fang Rock (1977) distils Doctor Who’s vein of Gothic horror, setting the Doctor in a locale that mirrors and amplifies his duality. The story intersects with the lore of the lighthouse as historical icon, as technological compendium, and as literary allegory, to probe the limits of knowledge, the artifice of class and the dangers of narrative.

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Lethbridge-Stewart Special Edition: The Brigadier Declassified

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The Brigadier: Declassified is a collation of the Brig’s television adventures over the years, establishing the definitive chronology of the character for the first time. Put together by Simon A Forward, a Doctor Who writer for over two decades, the piece takes its place alongside a raft of pieces by established Doctor Who names, not least an exclusive interview with John Levene, who played the Brig’s long-time sidekick John Benton, giving a rare behind the scenes look at the experience of shooting Doctor Who’s golden era.

 

Other contributors include Darran Jordan, Philip Clarke, and a host of names still to be announced. Between them, they explore topics including the Doctor’s relationship with the Brig (and vice versa), the life of Nicholas Courtney (through thirteen objects of personal significance), as well as tackling the thorny question of whether or not the Brigadier counts as an official companion. With a comprehensive approach encompassing all BBC, Big Finish and Candy Jar media, the book looks set to become the definitive reference for this staple of the Doctor Who universe for years to come.

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Commentary CD: The Curse of Peladon

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Disc One

THE CURSE OF PELADON – EPISODE ONE: Ysanne Churchman

THE CURSE OF PELADON – EPISODE TWO: Katy Manning & Nick Hobbs

THE CURSE OF PELADON – EPISODE THREE: Katy Manning, Nick Hobbs & Sylvia James

 

Disc Two

THE CURSE OF PELADON – EPISODE FOUR: Katy Manning, Sylvia James & Wendy Danvers

THE MONSTER OF PELADON – EPISODE THREE: Nick Hobbs & Marcia Wheeler

THE MONSTER OF PELADON – EPISOE FOUR: Nick Hobbs & Marcia Wheeler

 

A distant feudal society battling between its noble historic past and the possibilities of a future with the Galactic Federation, formed the setting for two of the most fondly remembered serials of the Jon Pertwee era.

 

The Curse of Peladon, and its sequel The Monster of Peladon, introduced viewers to a plethora of new monstrous creations, including the hermaphrodite hexapod Alpha Centauri and the furry beast Aggedor. They also reintroduced the towering green Martian invaders, the Ice Warriors.

 

This collection contains a complete commentary track for The Curse of Peladon, and two selected episodes from The Monster of Peladon.

 

Moderated by actor, comedian and cult television enthusiast Toby Hadoke, this release features Katy Manning (Jo Grant), Ysanne Churchman (Voice of Alpha Centauri), Nick Hobbs (Aggedor), Wendy Danvers (Amazonia), Sylvia James (Make-Up) and Marcia Wheeler (Production Assistant).

 

These CDs can be enjoyed on their own or played in conjunction with the official BBC DVD release.

 

These commentaries contain no BBC copyrighted elements and do not feature audio from the episodes themselves.

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Commentary CD: The Dead Planet

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Disc One

THE DEAD PLANET: Brian Hodgson & Clive Doig

THE SURVIVORS: Carole Ann Ford & David Graham

THE ESCAPE: David Graham, Clive Doig & Richard Martin

 

Disc Two

THE ORDEAL: William Russell & Richard Martin

THE RESCUE: Carole Ann Ford, Richard Martin & Clive Doig

 

 

An unofficial commentary for Doctor Who: The Daleks.

 

Having survived a skirmish with a Stone Age tribe, the TARDIS crew were flung far into space in the distant future for an encounter with alien foe on a radiation soaked planet which would change the shape of British television forever.

 

For the first time, viewers would be introduced to the evil Daleks, creatures who transformed Doctor Who into an international success, and became an instant science fiction icon. In celebration of this landmark serial, we present brand new commentaries for five episodes, featuring key contributors.

 

Moderated by actor, comedian and cult television enthusiast Toby Hadoke, this release features William Russell (Ian Chesterton), Carole Ann Ford (Susan Foreman), David Graham (Dalek Voices), Brian Hodgson (Special Sound), Clive Doig (Vision Mixer) and Richard Martin (Director).

 

These CDs can be enjoyed on their own or played in conjunction with the official BBC DVD release.

 

These commentaries contain no BBC copyrighted elements and do not feature audio from the episodes themselves.

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The Black Archive 32: The Romans

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The Black Archive, a series of book-length looks at single Doctor Who stories from 1963 to the present day

 

Written by Jacob Edwards

 

‘Oh, something else I forgot to tell you: I think I’ve poisoned Nero.’

 

Following 53 episodes of unbroken action adventure, The Romans (1965) was Doctor Who’s first ever comedy. Beyond this seminal place in history – beyond the serial’s clever script, vigorous direction, fine acting and all the humour – it remains notable as an expression of 1960s culture, counterculture, and a burgeoning spirit of reinvention.

 

The Romans afforded us the gift of laughter and allowed Doctor Who the freedom to shed its skin.

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