It’s easy to miss this one but you can see the top of the set!
Here, the studio floor gives it away that they’re not in a jungle at all…
But here’s one that you’ve probably missed as often as I have until now – either the Kinda have a TV station, or this is an unscheduled appearance by a BBC Camera!
I spotted three bloopers from this story, all in part three!
First up, if you look closely you can see that Eldrad’s hand is attached to an arm wearing a long-sleeved black jumper…
Seconds later when the Doctor arrives, you can see the top of the set…
And finally, when they get back to the Tardis you`ll see this boom microphone appear in shot – it stays on screen for a full five seconds…
as seen HERE
from the pages of the 1971 TV Comic Annual…
With this post we’ve completed our journey through all of the Doctor’s adventures in TV Comic, Countdown and TV Action before Doctor Who Weekly came along in 1979.
I don’t know about you, but this is the the first time I’ve ever seen many of these strips. Some of them I remember vaguely from my childhood, and thanks are due to those fans who have helped me complete the collection so we can all enjoy what was, for many of us of a certain age, a huge part of being a fan back in the dark, anti-geek, pre-DWW days of Seventies Britain.
Just got an email through from Silva Screen:
Doctor Who: Series 8 will be the first soundtrack release of music from the twelfth Doctor, Peter Capaldi, featuring the new Doctor’s theme A Good Man? (Twelve’s Theme).
This 3 disc set also includes the music from the episode Last Christmas and an extensive 24 page booklet with notes from Murray Gold. The score is performed by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales conducted by Ben Foster and James Shearman and with Murray Gold on keyboards, guitars and synths.
The first 5000 copies of the CD will include an extra 16 page booklet depicting the 13 retro posters designed by Stuart Manning for Radio Times, one for each episode and be packaged in a slip case. All pre-ordered product on this store will include the extra booklet.
SILVA SCREEN PRE-ORDER LINK
If you were watching the March 25th edition of The O’Reilly Factor on Fox News, during the “Is It Legal?” segment with Kimberley Guilfoyle, you would have seen Bill O’Reilly use a mobile phone to illustrate one of the items in the piece….
So, who would ever have thought they would ever see Bill O’Reilly holding a Tardis-backed phone? Surely it can’t be his phone? Can it?
Maybe he borrowed it from Craig Ferguson…
You can see the Tardis phone clip from The Factor on YouTube HERE
Filed under OMG!, Tardis, WTF?