Celebrate 50 years of Doctor Who at the BBC with this unique collection of behind-the-scenes interviews, set reports, lively discussions, comedy, and drama, including items from Blue Peter, Woman’s Hour, Today, Pete Murray’s Open House, Nationwide, Newsbeat, I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue, Dead Ringers, The Now Show, Week Ending, PM, and many more. Featuring Freema Agyeman, Tom Baker, John Barrowman, Phil Collinson, Russell T. Davies, Peter Davison, Christopher Eccleston, Janet Fielding, Carole Ann Ford, Julie Gardner, Karen Gillan, Michael Grade, Anthony Head, Louise Jameson, John Leeson, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, Kylie Minogue, Steven Moffat, John Nathan-Turner, Terry Nation, Jon Pertwee, Billie Piper, Elisabeth Sladen, Matt Smith, Sarah Sutton, Mary Tamm, Catherine Tate, David Tennant, Patrick Troughton, Lalla Ward, Matthew Waterhouse, and many, many more. Also contains the full-cast radio plays Regenerations by Daragh Carville, Blue Sands and Golden Veils by Martyn Wade and Dalek I Love You by Colin Sharpe, plus an extended version of BBC Radio 2’s 2005 documentary Project Who? The volumes included are: Volume 1: 30 Years and Beyond, Volume 2: In the Hot Seat, Volume 3: Now and Then, Volume 4: The Plays, Volume 5: Project Who?, Volume 6: The Tenth Doctor, Volume 7: A Legend Reborn and Volume 8: Lost Treasures.
16 CDs. 16 hrs 45 mins.
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Born in Liverpool, Elisabeth Sladen trained at drama school before joining the Liverpool Playhouse, first as an assistant stage manager and then as an actor. Weekly touring rep, radio and television followed, with early roles in Coronation Street, Z-Cars, Doomwatch and Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, and she worked for two seasons with Alan Ayckbourn's company in Scarborough. She joined Doctor Who in 1973, playing the independently-minded journalist Sarah Jane Smith, and quickly became one of the series' most popular companions. On leaving the programme in 1977, Elisabeth made a return to theatre before appearing in the sitcom Take My Wife and the BBC classic serials Gulliver in Lilliput and Alice in Wonderland; she also presented the children's series Stepping Stones. She reprised the role of Sarah Jane a number of times, on television in K9 and Company and The Five Doctors, and on BBC Radio in The Paradise of Death and The Ghosts of N-Space. In 2006 Elisabeth returned as Sarah Jane for the BBC One Doctor Who episode 'School Reunion'. This led to the spin-off programme The Sarah Jane Adventures, of which five series were broadcast from 2007 to 2011. Elisabeth Sladen died in 2011, aged 63. Nicholas Courtney was born in Egypt, the son of a diplomat. He grew up in a variety of countries, including Kenya and France, and at the age of eighteen was called up for National Service. Following this he entered the Webber Douglas drama school and trained to be an actor. A stint in repertory theatre was followed by early television roles in programmes including Sword of Honour and Watch the Birdies. His first association with Doctor Who came with the 1965 story The Daleks' Master Plan, in which he played Bret Vyon. In 1967 he returned to the series, making the first of many semi-regular appearances as Colonel (later Brigadier) Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart. He also appeared on radio alongside Elisabeth Sladen in The Paradise of Death and The Ghosts of N-Space. His other television appearances included Minder, Juliet Bravo, All Creatures Great and Small and Sink or Swim; whilst on stage he appeared in numerous productions including The Dame of Sark, The Rocky Horror Show and The Mousetrap. He also released an autobiography, Five Rounds Rapid! in 1998 and recorded his memoirs (subtitled A Soldier in Time) for a 2002 Big Finish audio CD. Nicholas Courtney died in 2011, aged 81. Anthony Head is well known for playing Rupert Giles in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. He also starred in Manchild and played the regular role of Uther Pendragon, Arthur's father, in the BBC series Merlin. On radio, he performed the lead role of Mr Gently Benevolent in the Radio 4 comedy series Bleak Expectations, and guest-starred as Hercules Shipwright in the cult hit Cabin Pressure. On film, he played Chiron in the fantasy adventure Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters and Geoffrey Howe in the Oscar-winning The Iron Lady. He has appeared in Doctor Who (as Mr Finch, in the episode School Reunion) as well as narrating Doctor Who Confidential, voicing Baltazar in the animated Doctor Who serial The Infinite Quest and appearing as the Time Lord Valentine in the special webcast Doctor Who drama Death Comes to Time. An award-winning actress and director, Louise Jameson is best known to Doctor Who fans as Leela, Warrior of the Sevateem and companion to the Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker). Among her many other TV appearances are The Omega Factor, Tenko, Bergerac, EastEnders and Doc Martin. She has numerous theatre credits including Absurd Person Singular and A Murder is Announced, and has performed on stage with both the National and Royal Shakespeare Companies. Daragh Carville is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter. His plays have been widely produced in the UK and Ireland, and he has also written for TV, radio and film. Among his works are Language Roulette, Observatory, This Other City and The Life and Times of Mitchell and Kenyon. Martyn Wade has written numerous radio dramas including Alias George Eliot, Moeran's Last Symphony and The Healing of Sergei Rachmaninov. He penned the BBC Radio 3 drama Singles and Doubles, which won actor David Troughton a BBC Audio Drama Award for Best Supporting Actor. Colin Sharpe is the author of the radio drama Dalek, I Love You, first broadcast on BBC 7 in February 2006 and subsequently repeated on BBC Radio 4 Extra in March 2014.
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