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What are you watching?
One Spare Part
Child Of Auron wrote:

Finished the extras on the Doctor Who Season 26 collection which included a rather good documentary on JN-T which wasn't just about the good points of his life.

I have gone back to my DVD rewatches and back to the letter T.

The BBC year is 1984, the action is set in 2089 and Earth has been taken over by mysterious creatures which inhabit towering, three legged machines.

The Tripods

Ooh The Tripods! Loved it! I have the feem toon on 7" vinyl !
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
rojkerr1
vinyl, what is this?, I have it on cd, with remixes, and I have the sketch for Skilleters video cover... was it all for nothing...sticker in my car too
 
Child Of Auron
It is a rather good theme tune. Seven episodes in of series 1 and we're in the rather dull bit at the chateau but good to see Pamela Salem, significantly recovered from an arrow in the chest on Cygnus Alpha
 
One Spare Part
rojkerr1 wrote:

vinyl, what is this?, I have it on cd, with remixes, and I have the sketch for Skilleters video cover... was it all for nothing...sticker in my car too

Is there anything you haven't got? Will you be able to get INTO your cottage? Wink
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
One Spare Part
Child Of Auron wrote:

It is a rather good theme tune. Seven episodes in of series 1 and we're in the rather dull bit at the chateau but good to see Pamela Salem, significantly recovered from an arrow in the chest on Cygnus Alpha

Pity they didn't finish it. I can't recall now, does it end on a cliffhanger?
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
Cygnus-K
Star Trek: Picard
"Take me up the sky ways
Show me what you've seen
I want to cruise the universe
In your super space machine"

Hawkwind / Nuclear Drive
 
One Spare Part
Watching Curse of the Peladon featuring Stuart Fell somewhere inside the Alpha Centauri costume. Perfect viewing for a dismal day. Cheery fare!
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
Child Of Auron
One Spare Part wrote:

Child Of Auron wrote:

It is a rather good theme tune. Seven episodes in of series 1 and we're in the rather dull bit at the chateau but good to see Pamela Salem, significantly recovered from an arrow in the chest on Cygnus Alpha

Pity they didn't finish it. I can't recall now, does it end on a cliffhanger?


Yes it did finish on a cliffhanger. If memory serves me right I think they escape The City of Gold and return to the White Mountain to find the Free Men have been eliminated.

However, the memory may cheat - I will know within the month
 
Child Of Auron
One Spare Part wrote:

Watching Curse of the Peladon featuring Stuart Fell somewhere inside the Alpha Centauri costume. Perfect viewing for a dismal day. Cheery fare!


My earliest memory of this story was a repeat showing in 1982
 
One Spare Part
Child Of Auron wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

Watching Curse of the Peladon featuring Stuart Fell somewhere inside the Alpha Centauri costume. Perfect viewing for a dismal day. Cheery fare!


My earliest memory of this story was a repeat showing in 1982

Oh good lord, I was there for the original showing...no painting in the attic for me!AngryOops
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
rojkerr1
was it all for nothing is the last line, effing Michael Grade cancelled it along with Who, there is a summary of season 3 on the dvd, Big Finish should do it!
 
rojkerr1
its a BIG cottage, and it is a lifetime collection
 
Child Of Auron
rojkerr1 wrote:

was it all for nothing is the last line, effing Michael Grade cancelled it along with Who, there is a summary of season 3 on the dvd, Big Finish should do it!


I caved and read the summary and the "was it all for nothing?" line was the cliffhanger to season 2.

I finished season 1 this evening. I did a quick imdb of the three lead actors and none of them went on to do much else. The actor who played Will is now living in Chile running a hotel apparently.

Back over to the US for the Walker family Brothers & Sisters for season 4
 
Child Of Auron
One Spare Part wrote:

Child Of Auron wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

Watching Curse of the Peladon featuring Stuart Fell somewhere inside the Alpha Centauri costume. Perfect viewing for a dismal day. Cheery fare!


My earliest memory of this story was a repeat showing in 1982

Oh good lord, I was there for the original showing...no painting in the attic for me!AngryOops


I was born between Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker, my earliest memory is from The Ribos Operation....
 
sweevo
Spartacus, in memory of the late great Kirk Douglas who passed away recently after a VERY long life of a little over a century.
 
One Spare Part
He WAS Spartacus. Great actor.
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
One Spare Part
Child Of Auron wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

Child Of Auron wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

Watching Curse of the Peladon featuring Stuart Fell somewhere inside the Alpha Centauri costume. Perfect viewing for a dismal day. Cheery fare!


My earliest memory of this story was a repeat showing in 1982

Oh good lord, I was there for the original showing...no painting in the attic for me!AngryOops


I was born between Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker, my earliest memory is from The Ribos Operation....

I am not sure what my earliest Who memory is, although Pertwee always seems to have been there. In the basement of my grandparents' house, there was a poster on the wall featuring a 60s band - the Troggs? The Yardbirds? - holding the rails of some Buck Palace type gate, with several Yetis behind them. I was fascinated and scared at the same time. Typical Who fan, then.
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
sweevo
Cannibal Holocaust, to mark its 40th anniversary. It is often considered to be the most infamous and widely banned film ever made (next to Saló: The 120 Days of Sodom by Pier Paolo Pasolini, who was murdered after its release) due to its savage content, memorable score, arguable social commentary and (here's the kicker) genuine. Animal. Cruelty.
 
Child Of Auron
One Spare Part wrote:

Child Of Auron wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

Child Of Auron wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

Watching Curse of the Peladon featuring Stuart Fell somewhere inside the Alpha Centauri costume. Perfect viewing for a dismal day. Cheery fare!


My earliest memory of this story was a repeat showing in 1982

Oh good lord, I was there for the original showing...no painting in the attic for me!AngryOops


I was born between Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker, my earliest memory is from The Ribos Operation....

I am not sure what my earliest Who memory is, although Pertwee always seems to have been there. In the basement of my grandparents' house, there was a poster on the wall featuring a 60s band - the Troggs? The Yardbirds? - holding the rails of some Buck Palace type gate, with several Yetis behind them. I was fascinated and scared at the same time. Typical Who fan, then.


Yetis in the basement of your grandparents. They didn't live in Tooting Bec did they? (nod to an oft used quote from Jon Pertwee)
 
rojkerr1
Enemy of the world, going underground, age 4 or 5
 
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