Tetramesh has added a photo to the pool: (1979) (2016) Skagra not standing out. » Now and Then: Localities » Now and Then: Film and Television
In case you haven’t heard or seen, this video clip, featuring clips of a high-quality animated version of Patrick Troughton’s debut story The Power of the Daleks, has surfaced recently. Actually, it surfaced, then sunk and then re-surfaced o
Rumours, mumblesuch and nonsense dominated the news week, from Power of the Daleks teases that weren’t to the chance (slim to in actual fact…none) that Doctor Who would shoot soon in Warren’s own homestead of Vancouver. All poppycock! But you can cou
Tetramesh has added a photo to the pool: (1979) (2016) The Doctor (Tom Baker) turns into Free School Lane from Pembroke Street before heading along Boltolph Lane. » Now and Then: Localities » Now and Then: Film and Television
frontios has added a photo to the pool: Daleks! 50mm f.28 focus stacking test. Split-tone colour finish to give a little bit of a 1960s feel. Taken at f2.8 on a Pentax K5 with Pentax DA 50mm f1.8 lens.
frontios has added a photo to the pool: Busy photographing the most evil creatures in the Universe today. I wish they'd stay still - they're being a bit uppity, moaning about needing to 'exterminate' something in order to calm down.
Doctor Who: Heaven Sent, has lost out in the 2016 Hugo Awards where the award for Best Dramatic Presentation (Short Form) went to the final episode of Marvel Television's Jessica Jones. Heaven Sent, shown last year, was written by Steven Moffat and d
The actor Michael Napier-Brown has died at the age of 79. Michael Napier-Brown appeared in the 1969 story The War Games, playing Arturo Villar, a soldier plucked from the Mexican Civil War who helped the second Doctor in his battle against the War Lo