After the prolific and prolonged Fourth Doctor era, Peter Davison’s stint as the Fifth Doctor perhaps failed to hit the heights of previous incarnations. If you’re a modern Doctor Who fan you may not have much idea of the Fifth Doctor so why not pop over to DoctorWhoTV for a quick introduction.
Thanks to the BBC Archive twitter, here’s a chance to watch a four minute interview from a 1983 episode of Nationwide with Sue Lawley talking to Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee and Peter Davison. Jelly Baby anyone?! [=] Message Ends [=]
If you can get to Leicester anytime over the weekend of 26-27 January 2019, why not pop along to the National Space Centre? Not only is it an interesting place in its own right, but (for the fifth year in a row I think) it wil be hosting a Doctor Who packed event Science of the Time…
If you’re in Manchester on Sunday September 9, 2018, you might want to take advantage of Vworp Con. So far announced are Paul McGann, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Louise Jameson, Sophie Aldred, Katy Manning, John Leeson, Philip Hinchcliffe and Waris Hussien. Gosh! +++ Message Ends +++
A May Bank Holiday news piece gives details of the October release in the Big Finish Doctor Who main range. Full information on the Big Finish website: DOCTOR WHO: THE MEMORY BANK AND OTHER STORIES. This means we’ve had five Peter Davison Fifth Doctor boxsets in 2016, and we get a somewhat overdue set of stories for the Doctor and Turlough.
In 2010 / 2011, the Doctor Who Short Trips range was a regular (every few months) set of two CDs brimming with short stories read by a range of actors, for all the licensed Doctors and written by a kaleidoscope of writers. For no clear reason, I’ve decided to commence reviews with May 2011 and Short Trips Volume…
A really good interview with Peter Davison over on Digital Spy: Peter Davison talks Doctor Who’s music and a Five-ish Doctors sequel. Not only does he talk these two topics but has a fair bit to say about Big Finish as well. Definitely worth a read! [|] Message Ends [|]