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In memory of the man who played the much beloved Brigadier General Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart: Nicholas Courtney. He is one of the four recent deaths in the Doctor Who universe, among Elizabeth Sladen, Roy Skelton (voice of the Daleks), and Michael Gough (Celestial Toymaker). As a result, Tim Hirst is fundraising for Marie Curie Cancer Cure. It's very sad to see another beloved Doctor Who actor pass away so soon. Read more: [link]DOCTOR WHO INTERNETProject Dalek [link]
If you ever saw a real life Dalek trundling about the streets of London or even in the USA, it had to have come from somewhere. Project Dalek is where it happens. People build Daleks here, from full scale wooden ones to CGI Daleks. Even I have posted my ½ scale New Series Dalek build log there.Tom Baker Eurostar Spoof [link]
If the fourth Doctor ever wandered around a train station, this
is what it would look like. A great and funny impression of Tom Baker’s Doctor.Fashion of Doctor Who [link] [link]
Alan Kistler has written a wonderful and comprehensive profile of all eleven Doctors. These two articles, one of classic the other of new, describe the Doctor and his varying personalities, explaining how his experiences change him throughout his 900 years. Very interesting, very informative.Harry Hill- Learn the Classic! [link]
Comedian Harry Hill dances to a short tune, singing the names of the Doctor’s actors. A catchy way to remember the classic Who actors who started it all.Doctor Who Proms 2010 [link]
Every year, London hosts the Doctor Who proms, a huge event where people come to experience the magic of Doctor Who through music. Daleks and the Doctor himself have been known to appear at these events along with companions and other aliens.
That's our five links for this week! Enjoy and tell us what you think. Win a fez if you can identify this quote's episode:
The brontosaurus is large and placid. And stupid.