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Jago Litefoot

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Jago Litefoot

Author : James Goss
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Doctor Who Episode By Episode Volume 4 Tom Baker

Author : Ray Dexter
ISBN : 9781326315566
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Everybody watches Doctor Who the wrong way. Since the advent of DVD and VHS fans can pick and choose which stories to watch. This is not how Doctor Who was designed. It's an episodic show spanning over 40 years. This book is the 4th Volume of a series studying Doctor Who in the format it was designed to be watched: episode-by-episode, from the start to the finish. It looks at the changing characterisation of the main characters and the often chaotic action behind the scenes. If you're a true fan isn't time you watched Doctor Who episode by episode?

Who S 50

Author : Graeme Burk
ISBN : 9781770411661
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Travel through space and time with this guide to 50 years of Doctor Who Doctor Who has been a television phenomenon since it began 50 years ago on November 23, 1963. But of all the hundreds of televised stories, which are the ones you must watch? Featuring 50 stories from all eleven Doctors, Who’s 50 is full of behind-the-scenes details, exhilarating moments, connections to Who lore, goofs, interesting trivia and much, much more. Who’s 50 tells the story of this global sensation: its successes, its tribulations and its triumphant return.

Companions

Author : Andy Frankham-Allen
ISBN : 9780992754808
Genre : Performing Arts
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Companions: Fifty Years of Doctor Who Assistants is an unofficial guide to the travels and experiences of the companions of each of the eleven incarnations of the Doctor. Written by a true fan, Andy Frankham-Allen provides an in-depth account of each character's struggles, experiences and relationships as he outlines their significance in the TV series as well as other Doctor Who media. The book also features a foreword by Gary Russell and afterword by David J Howe.

Through Time

Author : Andrew Cartmel
ISBN : 0826417345
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The quirky British television series Doctor Who is a classic both of science fiction and television drama. First broadcast in 1963, it has remained an influential TV presence ever since, with an eagerly anticipated new series airing in 2005. As a vehicle for satire, social commentary, or sheer fantasy adventure, Doctor Who is unparalleled. It was a show created for children, but it was immediately usurped by adults. Arriving at a time of upheaval in the popular arts in Britain, Doctor Who was born into a television tradition influenced by the TV plays of Dennis Potter, the cult television drama The Prisoner, the James Bond films and Stanley Kubrick's science fiction triptych — Dr Strangelove, 2001: A Space Odyssey and A Clockwork Orange. A British fantasy adventure that has unfolded across television screens over decades in the tradition of Lewis Carroll, Conan Doyle and HG Wells, the strength of Doctor Who has always been its writers and the ideas they nurtured. In this new history of the show, Andrew Cartmel (who was the script editor on Doctor Who from 1987 to 1990) looks into its social and cultural impact - providing a fascinating read for committed and casual fans alike.

Ruminations Peregrinations And Regenerations

Author : Christopher J. Hansen
ISBN : 9781443821032
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Peregrinations, Ruminations, and Regenerations: A Critical Approach to Doctor Who examines the famous BBC science fiction show as a cultural artifact in dialogue with other science fiction, with politics and religion, and with the culture at large, both in terms of how it reflects and comments upon that culture and in terms of the audience and the peculiarities of its response. This book enables researchers in film and media to make historical, industrial, aesthetic, and ideological connections between and among Doctor Who and other shows and historical events since its inception in 1963. This volume is a new entry in a relatively new area. As the young fans of Doctor Who have matured, and as many have become scholars, they are returning to the show to consider it from a scholarly perspective. It is also of use in the media studies classroom to address directly the issues presented by the longest running science fiction show in the history of the medium. Peregrinations, Ruminations, and Regenerations considers not only cultural ramifications and connections, but audience studies as well.

Doctor Who And The Talons Of Weng Chiang

Author : Terrance Dicks
ISBN : 0523419740
Genre : Fiction
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The Wraiths Of War

Author : Mark Morris
ISBN : 9781781168776
Genre : Fiction
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In the final volume of the thrilling dark fantasy trilogy, the Obsidian Heart, Alex Locke is still searching for his missing daughter. He is transported far into the future and then back into the past and the horrors of the First World War trenches, as gradually he pieces together the strange truth about the obsidian heart and his lost daughter.

The Roundabout

Author : J.B. Priestley
ISBN : 9781786820181
Genre : Drama
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‘Communism’s all right for a gentleman like yourself, but you’ll get over it.’ The Kettlewells are a dysfunctional family. Richard is an old Etonian whose business ventures are failing. Over one crowded weekend, his daughter Pamela, whom he hardly knows, returns from Russia, a passionate communist; his ex-wife and mistress both turn up; and his butler has a big win at the races. The Roundabout is a funny, touching, highly perceptive look at England in the 1930s, when it looked, just possibly, as if the social order might be changing.

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