The Coal Hill Gang are making an ace return. Kind of. The Doctor Who spin-off Class was mocked as the spin-off nobody asked for and drowned in the cyberspace universe of BBC3, although its domestic ratings were equivalent to shows such as Westworld and The Flash.
OK, this made my head hurt. It’s a question of great importance. Was it true? Was it a myth? Was Top Cat ever called Boss Cat?
Now this is more like it! Accuracy still isn’t a priority, but who knew, all that was needed for reinvigeration was to indulge in some extermination, assimilate a few worlds, feed those pesky children to the monsters ,,,
Chat show host and Whovian Interruptus Supreme Graham Norton might have learnt something tonight. Exiting Time Lord Peter Capaldi was among guests on Norton’s show tonight and recounted an awkward moment during a public relations trip to Germany. Arriving in Berlin he was advised “not to mention the War.”
The BBC have released a couple of images from a colour version of the animated Power of the Daleks on the Doctor Who Facebook page. Although the initial video on demand release and broadcast will be in black and white, a colour version will be included on the DVD.
How much would you pay for an old television listings magazine?
I’m not sure if I knew it was coming. I think not. What I can say with certainty is that I was in the living room of the family home in Kent. I think it was dark outside, the glow of a sodium yellow street light notwithstanding. We were watching a black and white rental television, the kind where you had to feed money…
What goes around comes around! Having told the cyber-ghost of Den Watts to sling his hook in Doctor Who, national treasure Barbara Windsor says she is up for making a spooky return to EastEnders. Of course, that Doctor Who scene was part of a story that heralded a world invasion of extra-dimensional Cybermen and Time…
I know we have sophisticated sexy aphrodisiacs like Häagen-Dazs these days, and there is nothing more erotic than the Girl of Steel licking a vanilla scoop or two, but weren’t ice creams and lollies more fun in the bad old days? You can’t beat a good old fashioned Lemonade Sparkle. Can you?
A Dalek from one of the Peter Cushing Doctor Who movies that was given as a prize in a Sixties breakfast cereal competition has sold at auction for £38,500. The buyer from London saw off competition from bidders in New Zealand, America, Australia and Belgium.