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Due to the BBC’s junking policy in the 1960’s, over 200 episodes of Doctor Who were wiped from history. Many have been recovered or sent in by fans from various countries, but for several years now, 108 have still been missing (though the audio and reconstructions of all exist). Now, two more have been found, with 106 to go. Before you get your hopes up- it’s part three of Galaxy 4 (William Hartnell) and part two of The Underwater Menace (Patrick Troughton). Watch clips from each: [link] [link] Happy Birthday! [link]
Some very dedicated parents have created a Doctor Who themed birthday party for their adorable little boy and his friends. Their dedication is admirable. References [link] [link] [link] [link]
of Doctor Who in various places. Eternity Clock & Worlds in Time [link] [link]
That’s right, we’ve got another Doctor Who video game and the preview run of the new browser-based game Worlds in Time. Burning Man & Eddie Izzard [link] [link]
A brief and amusing clip from a Doctor Who themed Burning Man camp and Eddie Izzard, telling the Daleks like it is. TARDIS [link]
Eleven functional TARDISes, a few of which you seen, and one particular one you haven’t that would be perfect for the Who collector. Further elaboration on that particular TARDIS: [link]
And there’s also this (bear with me): [link] Trock [link] [link]
Not Chameleon Circuit trock, but other Whovian trock. First a dub syndicate song from 1984 that if not enjoyable, at least has hidden sounds like the gun blast from the Face of Evil that fans can identify. Then a playlist by user geekmafiamusic. Charlie and the Doctor’s Badger [link]
of the Doctor Who Confidential featuring British YouTube vlogger charlieissocoollike, Charlie McDonnell. Charlie helps bring Christmas to the cast and crew of Doctor Who. More[link] [link] [link] [link]
From part 1 of The Time Monster: Awkward [link]
Yes, many hours late today. My excuse? The Master radio drama was fantastic and blows the mind. I encourage all fans to try the Big Finish radio dramas!
I only come to this planet for the wine and the total eclipses, and I do love a nice old fashioned invasion.