Started by Mister Six, November 24, 2022, 03:47:48 PM
Quote from: GoblinAhFuckScary on November 21, 2023, 12:30:12 PMlol at baker "i'm mildly contemptuous of the other doctors"
Quote from: Mister Six on November 21, 2023, 01:57:20 PMI assumed you meant Colin there. Mixing up the character and the actor a bit.
Quote from: magister on November 23, 2023, 01:33:24 AM60th anniversary today. 60 years. 23 Nov 1963 - the day after C S Lewis and Aldous Huxley died. I can't help wondering if there's anything on TV today that will still be shown in 2083.
Quote from: magister on November 23, 2023, 01:33:24 AMI can't help wondering if there's anything on TV today that will still be shown in 2083.
Quote from: magister on November 23, 2023, 01:33:24 AM60th anniversary today. 60 years. 23 Nov 1963 - the day after C S Lewis and Aldous Huxley died. I can't help wondering if there's anything on TV today that will still be shown in 2083
Quote from: Norton Canes on November 23, 2023, 02:36:05 PMI must have been about ten years old when I realised Doctor Who had a history which stretched back to 1963. That would have been 1978 and I could barely grasp that the show could be so ancient.Now, 1963 and the year I was born seem separated by no more than a hair's breadth of time.</profound>
Quote from: Bad Ambassador on November 23, 2023, 04:01:35 PMWhereas if the programmes were as old then as they are now, they'd be from 1921, 1926, 1931 and 1939.
Quote from: A Hat Like That on November 23, 2023, 06:54:11 PMRather lovely 60th Anniversary trailerhttps://twitter.com/bbcdoctorwho/status/1727737778966827161
Quote from: Ballad of Ballard Berkley on November 23, 2023, 07:10:57 PMA very short and entirely spoiler-free preview of The Star Beast.Spoiler alertIt's really good, an entertaining romp layered with some earned emotion in typical RTD style. Tennant and Tate are great, they slip back into their roles with ease, while Margolyes is perfectly cast as The Meep. It's funny, sweet and compassionate. At certain points I was thrumming with pride. Doctor Who is back. Phew.[close]
QuoteUNLOCK MORE SECRETS FROM THE TARDIS... DOCTOR WHO IN-VISION COMMENTARY TO LAND IN THE WHONIVERSEGet set to immerse yourself in the Whoniverse when the viewing experience is expanded with on screen commentary coming to BBC iPlayer for selected upcoming episodes of Doctor Who.Strap in as the viewing experience is enriched as special guests give an exclusive insight into the creation and filming of some of the brand new adventures. Available directly after selected episodes air on BBC One and iPlayer, viewers can head to the Whoniverse to get a deeper insight into the show.This new way to enjoy selected episodes of Doctor Who will begin with the first 60th anniversary special The Star Beast, with the Fourteenth Doctor himself David Tennant, and producers Phil Collinson and Vicki Delow giving the audience their stellar commentary. David and Phil will return and be joined by Showrunner Russell T Davies as they commentate the third special The Giggle. Russell T Davies, Showrunner says: "For years, Doctor Who has been providing top-level in-vision commentaries for selected episodes, on DVD. But we're now bringing this to the iPlayer - as soon as you've watched The Star Beast, you can see exactly what David Tennant thinks of it, scene by scene! I think Doctor Who has the greatest behind-the-scenes coverage of any show in the world, and we're determined to keep expanding it!"
Quote from: GoblinAhFuckScary on November 24, 2023, 10:14:54 AMi must admit i had never seen The Daleks until the colourisation last night. it's... kinda boring isn't it, very early Who. soundtrack was sometimes awful and overpowered the acting. still, kinda neat
Quote from: Ballad of Ballard Berkley on November 24, 2023, 11:56:52 AMSome more news.
Quote from: Bad Ambassador on November 24, 2023, 12:28:36 PMOne has to remember that television was still relatively primitive compared to today. People make the assumption that it's always been comparable in style to whatever the present is like, making it a shock when they watch TV from the 1950s or early 60s, and find it to be only one step from live theatre. The lack of media literacy is really shocking, and RTD seems to be leaning into that in pandering to what he imagines young viewers want, rather than challenging them.
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