First published on the internet Sunday 6th June 2010. This page last updated Sunday 27th March 2016.
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|Who and Me Memories, Collections and Recollections Weetabix Cards Chad Valley Slides Newspaper Clippings|
Above: Photo of the main contributors to these pages taken during the 1990s:
(L to R) Tim, Andrew, James. Based on a picture of The Three Doctors, this picture does actually contain two doctors. You wouldn't think to look at them though would you, huh, would you?
We would all like to thank those who have been in contact regarding this site over the last six years, it's been encouraging to get such feedback.
Below: recent-ish photos of the main contributors
For a list of missing Doctor Who episodes click here. Note: still includes Marco Polo in spite of all the wishful thinking. But where's episode 3 of The Web of Fear then eh? Come on, own up! :)
Welcome to our web pages dedicated to our favourite TV series of all time, Doctor Who.
Firstly, apologies to those who have sent emails which I've not yet responded to, I've got behind after being trapped in a chronic hysteresis via a possible recursive occlusion or something. I should soon be up to date (I hope!).
There are many, many pages / web sites dedicated to Doctor Who on the intranet, and this put me off creating our own for years, after all, pretty much everything has been covered already and been covered well. Then I thought "What the heck".
For myself, in fandom terms it was the 1983 'Twenty Years of a Timelord' event at Longleat, Wiltshire, which finally pushed me to start taking an interest in that area of appreciation. Eventually joining the 'Doctor Who Appreciation Society' (referred to as DWAS by most, and Dee-Double-You-Eh-Ess by a few) I met up with a few fellow fans in the Oxford Local Group on Sunday 8th June 1986. Whilst the local group itself no longer exists we all still meet up in varying combinations at differing times, so these pages are named in respect of the group where we all met.
I have mostly enjoyed the series since its return in 2005 though this site tends to reflect the collections and memories from way back when, giving insight into what it was like to be a fan during those first 26 years, and indicating our perennial fascination, interest and enthusiasm for this series that the BBC sometimes makes new episodes of. The new series was pretty good, with Capaldi's best episode being The Zygon Inversion. But now Clara's dead as per Catch the Pigeon I mean Face The Raven, gasp! Well, kind of. The Christmas special was pretty good too albeit lacking in plot not for the first time this series. Newly added to the Reviews is the Season 9 Overview.
Whilst DVDs of 99.9% of existing episodes are available on DVD there's still a nice feeling to watching episodes on broadcast TV so well done to The Horror Channel for showing classic Who episodes during the week.
Pages posted recently-ish:
Andrew O'Day and Guests: Spun-off from this website, Andrew with special guests.
Andrew and The Doctors: Andrew with various actors who have played The Doctor.
Time Can Be Re-written: Applying 21st century series timey-wimey techniques to the 3rd and 6th Doctor eras.
Gallery: A few random black / white pictures of various people from the series.
Quiz: Test your intellect with this demanding set of questions.
List of Missing Episodes: What is says on the tin.
Police Box and Car: Photos of the Dinky police box along with a toy Bessie
Further below: List of pages on this site (once you get past the book covers etc)
With other contributions, and compiled by:
Tim Harris (Saturday 27th March 2016)
|Andrew O'Day (May 2014)||Tim Harris (December 2013)||James Spence (October 2007)|
Above and below: Selfie of Tim Harris and Andrew O'Day with special guest star Moet. Also a stylised version. Photo taken Sunday 20th March 2016.
ANDREW O'DAY AND GUESTS - UPDATED 27th MARCH 2016
Spun-off from this website, Andrew O'Day and Guests: Andrew pictured with cult TV figures.
It's been and gone, diddley-dum, diddley-dum!
Season 9 no-time-or-effort-spent Reviews!
NEWLY ADDED - Season 9 Overview
The Essential Book Of K9
By Paul M. Tams and Bob Baker
With special guest Andrew O'Day on page 86
Published by Meteoric Books
"All you ever wanted to know about the World's favourite Robot Dog....From the inside out!"
Andrew with authors Paul Tams & Bob Baker and a copy of The Essential Book of K9 at a signing in September 2015.
Far left: The cover to the book.
Dear BBC, release The Underwater Menace on DVD!
When do we want it? NOW! (please!)
Oh, you are! When? 26th October? Many thanks BBC!
Update Sunday 1st November 2015:
The DVD itself is good and bad: the episodes are wonderfully restored and sharp, and the extras that were created for the original release some time ago are fine and dandy. The reconstructions of episodes 1 and 4 however are lacklustre in comparison to these, having been constructed quickly and with the instructions not to use anything but the telepics in the order that they were taken. I'm assuming this was so that the long-time-delayed release could be rush-released as a response to growing fan irritation at the lack of release.
It wouldn't have hurt BBC Worldwide to have kept fans in the loop as to what if anything had been planned for this release over the years and it's likely due to lack of news that fan irritation grew. Had Worldwide wanted to take their time and produce a top-knot release they could have said so but silence was golden. So the inference was that there was going to be no release. Hence the fan petition, hence the rush release.
One doubts that Worldwide were going to release this at all, they'd spent money on animators who went bust, they seemed to have no other (cheap?) animators to go to but ruling that the reconstructions should be made with minimum effort to rush release this smacks of sour grapes on their behalf. The fans have had a go at us, we'll give them what they want but we're spending no more time on this.
So it's good to finally get all the currently existing classic episodes on DVD and a disappointment that BBC Worldwide continued to treat this particular release and the fans in a highly dismissive way.
Published by Penguin Books
website: Recommended Age 7-16 years
Really? "If you love Doctor
Who then don't miss the official Doctor Who 2016 - the perfect
gift for all Doctor Who fans!"
website says: "It is bound to keep all
Doctor Who fans happy!"
From their website: Recommended Age 7-16 years
"If you love Doctor Who then don't miss the official Doctor Who 2016 - the perfect gift for all Doctor Who fans!"
Amazon's website says:
"It is bound to keep all Doctor Who fans happy!"
Doctor Who - The Official Annual
It's out, it's about and it's already down to £3.49 from £7.99 on Amazon UK. It is however the UK #1 Best Seller in Science Fiction Television.
This is the latest officially licensed-from-the-BBC book based on the popular series Doctor Who by BBC Children's Books published by world-renowned Puffin Books (Penguin Random House UK).
It sports a great front cover featuring, for the first time since the 2006 Annual*, a companion from the TV series: heck, even the Dr barely made it onto the front cover for the 2013 annual so this is quite a coup. Well done Clara.
The Annual contains two errors that both entertain and tell you about the state of care given over to these books.
Page 5: "Use this code when you see the UNIT symbol to work out our top-secret messages" says a caption ascribed to a picture of Peter capaldi as if he'd actually ssaid those words. What UNIT symbol? Where is it?
Page 12: There's a Dalek with each part of its anatomy pointed to in non-necessary explanation as if we'd never seen the series so why did we get the book. The descriptions for the eyestalk and blinking-whilst-it-talks lights are reversed. It's like nobody even bothered (or cared?) to check whether this was right or not (chortle)!
These are both hilarious (but inexcusable) highlights of an otherwise atrocious, slim publication that every year continues to befuddle in their inanity.
I can't think that there's any part of the Dr Who audience that this book is aimed at: it tells you facts you already know from having watched the series, it contains errors as above and quite slovenly presents an array of poor dumbed-down features & stories. The series on television presents generally intelligent ideas & stories whilst this publication presents anything but. I'd hate to think this is aimed at children as I don't believe for one second that the children who watch the series are as unintelliegent as the people this book is aimed at.
I get these books because I've always got these books from the 60s onwards and whilst earlier annuals clearly were aimed at a Dr-Who viewing public the latest few annuals have been short of any consideration for any intelligence amongst its readership whatever the age.
Wait 'till it gets in the bargain bin of your local bookshop or local charity shop (I've seen loaaaads of copies of the last few annuals in charity shops!)
Score out of 10: 1
* Oh go on then. Rose 2006, Tegan & Turlough 1984, Tegan & Nyssa 1983, Liz Shaw 1971 and Jamie McCrimmon 1969.
Classic Doctor Who stories from the '60s to the '80s
For stories / dates / times go to:
Above: Surely a strong contender for the 13th Doctor?
Let's hear it for...
On Sunday 4th August 2013, just two days after The Sun newspaper first announced it, Zoe Ball introduced Peter Capaldi to the world as the 12th Doctor, and almost immediately I began speculating as to who the 13th Doctor might turn out to be. I couldn't think of anybody at that time though, and only when An Adventure in Space and Time appeared on 21st November 2013 did I think 'Hmm, that chap playing Waris Hussein might do'. When I saw The Tractate Middoth on Christmas Day 2013 I thought 'He'd definitely do.'
So let's hold out hope that somebody other than Zoe Ball will one day announce Sacha Dhawan to be the 13th Doctor: he'd be good.
Dalek in Portmeirion!
Back in those wild, crazy days of the early 2000s, two of the three main contributors to this site used to go to Portmeirion every year.
Among the delights in that most wonderful of Italianate villages is the shop that sells merchandise relating to that other brilliant series The Prisoner.
In 2004 not only could you buy Prisoner-related stuff but also talking Daleks, so I grabbed one and proceeded to get a perspective photo taken using James Spence in the background.
Daleks were never filmed in Portmeirion but at least there was a connection as The Masque of Mandragora had been partly filmed there.
Neither of us bothered to buy a Space 1999 Eagle craft that was also on sale at the same time.
For more Portmeirion pictures go to The Tim Harris Portmeirion Gallery. No? Ok.
Police Box and Car
What can I say? The Tardis has been around all my life and the 3rd Doctor's car Bessie was certainly a firm favourite when I was a nipper.
We used to have a toy Police box when we were young and somewhere along the line it faded into time and space of it's own choosing because none of us can remember what happened to it.
Years later I found three for sale on eBay and bid on them all in the hope of getting one of them. I got all three. Good old eBay. Bessie came with a limited edition of The Three Doctors DVD and I'd literally been waiting decades to get hold of a toy version.
For more piccies go to the Police Box and Car page
The Language of Doctor Who: From Shakespeare to Alien Tongues (Science Fiction Television) [Hardcover]
With a chapter (and Bad Wolf-related joke) written by Andrew O'Day.
|Doctor Who The Eleventh
Edited with an Introduction by Andrew O'Day. Chapters by Richard Hewett, Frank Collins, Matthew Kilburn, Dee Amy-Chinn, David Budgen, Simone Knox, Jonathan Bignell, Piers D. Britton, Vasco Hexel, Matt Hills, Brigid Cherry, Neil Perryman, and Ross P. Garner
Order from Amazon.co.uk
Below: three Doctor Who-related
books either written by or contributed to by Andrew O'Day:
Exclusive pictures of the 50th Anniversary Celebrations*
*as enjoyed by Andrew and Tim
Three bottles of Champagne, one for each of the Doctors in the special in fact!
What a way to celebrate 50 years eh?
Pizza, chicken and Champagne, yum
Good enough to drink
We remembered to watch the special
|Left: The latest
newspaper clipping we have, from Friday 6th July 2012. It harkens
back to 1972 in the Rewind feature though sadly it does not
relate the full story behind the picture. This is an example of what
can be found on the
Newspaper Clippings pages.
Below: the much-missed Elisabeth Sladen, and an example of the many autographs to be found on the Autograph pages.
Below is one of the pictures to be found in our new Gallery. This gallery will expand depending upon the lack of interest.
|Left: Verity Lambert produced the series right at the very start in 1963, and Barry Letts produced one of the most successful runs in Doctor Who's history.|
The above picture was originally designed to promote audio interviews with two of Doctor Who's most-respected Producers, Verity Lambert and Barry Letts. Recorded by Andrew O'Day in 2001, these interviews can be accessed from Andrew's Interview Page.
The audio interview tracks are © Copyright Andrew O’Day. They were sound engineered / sharpened by Matthew R. Hale (www.mrhale.co.uk)
Below: List of pages on this website
|Every story from 1963 to 2013 reviewed in brief.|
|From William Hartnell to Matt Smith|
|Bad stories and bad moments of stories, from Hartnell to Smith|
|There are still 97 (99!) missing episodes; here's a list of them. The search continues...|
|A personal view of viewing Doctor Who|
|Two pages of pictorial memories of merchandise from the 1960s onwards|
|The second set of cards produced by Weetabix (1977)|
|Nine of the 1960s Chad Valley Doctor Who slides|
|Two pages of newspaper clippings from the late 1970s to late 1980s|
|The 1983 20th celebration at Longleat - Ephemera relating to this amazing Doctor Who event|
|The 1983 20th celebration at Longleat - Pics of the grounds and studio sets|
|The 1983 20th celebration at Longleat - Pics from autograph and interview sessions|
|Photos taken at the Longleat exhibitions during the late 1980s / early 1990s|
|Photos taken at this 1993 exhibition|
|The exhibition that ran from December 2005 to March 2011|
|Andrew O'Day's photos from early Doctor Who conventions|
|Audio interviews with Verity Lambert and Barry Letts. Also, Andrew's published interviews with Patrick Troughton, Colin Baker and others.|
|Five pages of autographs from people connected to Doctor Who|
|We've been watching the 3rd and 6th Doctor's stories in the wrong order, no, really, here's how their timelines exist once timey-wimey techniques are applied.|
|Black and White images of some of the stars of Doctor Who|
|Test your intellect with this demanding set of questions|
|Re-enjoying one's childhood with Daleks made from toy bricks|
|Photos of a Dinky police box with a toy car version of Bessie|
|A brief timeline for this website (what pages added when)|
Below: Andrew O'Day and Guests: Andrew pictured with cult TV figures. Links to the pages.
|Andrew and The Doctors||
Andrew with: Peter Capaldi, Matt Smith, David Tennant,
John Hurt, Paul
McGann, Sylvester McCoy, Michael Jayston, Colin Baker, Peter Davison, Adrian
Gibbs, Tom Baker.
Also: David Bradley, Joanna Lumley, David Banks, Trevor Martin, Sir Derek Jacobi, David Warner, Arabella Weir, David Collings, John Guilor, Tim Trelor.
|Andrew and The Tardis||Andrew with: Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, Eric Roberts, Nicholas Courtney, Louise Jameson, Bonnie Langford, Anneke Wills, Colin Baker and... The Tardis.|
|Andrew and The Masters||Andrew with: John Simm, Sir Derek Jacobi, Eric Roberts, Anthony Ainley, Geoffrey Beevers. Also included is Kate O'Mara.|
|Andrew and The Companions||Andrew with: Samuel Anderson, Ellis George, Jenna Coleman, Arthur Darvill, Caitlin Blackwood, Bernard Cribbins, Catherine Tate, Freema Agyemen, Noel Clarke, Camille Couduri, Billie Piper, India Fisher, Daphne Ashbrook, Sophie Aldred, Bonnie Langford, Maggie Stables, Nicola Bryant, Mark Strickson, Janet Fielding, Sarah Sutton, Matthew Waterhouse, Lalla Ward, Mary Tamm, John Leeson, K9, Louise Jameson, Elisabeth Sladen, Richard Franklin, Katy Manning, John Levene, Caroline John, Nicholas Courtney, Wendy Padbury, Frazer Hines, Deborah Watling, Anneke Wills, Michael Craze, Jean Marsh, Peter Purves, William Russell, Carole Ann Ford, Roberta Tovey. Also included is Jessica Carney.|
|Page 1||Andrew with: Sylvester McCoy, Colin Baker, Peter Davison, Sophie Aldred, Bonnie Langford, Nichola Courtney, Richard Franklin, Nicola Bryant, Mark Strickson and Sarah Sutton.|
|Page 2||Andrew with: Tom Baker, Nicholas Courtney, Mark Strickson, Elisabeth Sladen, Louise Jameson, Mary Tamm, Caroline John, John Levene, Richard Franklin, Wendy Padbury, Frazer Hines, Deborah Watling, Anneke Wills and Michael Craze.|
|Page 3||Andrew with: Anneke Wills, Michael Craze, Anthony Ainley, Peter Purves, Carole Ann Ford, Jessica Carney, Geoffrey Beevers, Anthony Ainley, Michael Sheard, Philip Madoc, Jacqueline Pearce, Paul Darrow, India Fisher, Maggie Stables, Angus Lennie, Isla Blair, Julian Glover and Nicholas Courtney.|
Andrew with: Matt Smith, W. Morgan
Sheppard, Mark Sheppard, Stuart Milligan, Frances Barber, Christina Chong,
Simon Fisher Becker, Dan Starkey, Neve McIntosh and Catrin Stewart.
Taken at The 11th Hour Convention (June 2012)
Andrew with: Janet Fielding, Freema Agyeman,
Bernard Cribbins, John Simm and Anthony Head.
Taken at the London Film and Comic Con (July 2012)
Andrew with: Adjoa Andoh, William Russell,
Frazer Hines, Gregory de Polnay, Richard Ireson, Gilbert Wynne, David
Warwick and Georgina Hale.
Taken at Pandorica (July 2012)
Andrew with: David Tennant, Shaun Dingwall,
Mark Benton, Andrew Hayden-Smith, Nina Toussaint-White, Velile Tshabalala
and Lachele Carl.
Taken at Lords of Time (Sept 2012)
Andrew with: Colin Baker, Hugh Quarshie,
Steven Berkof, Arabella Weir, John Leeson, K9,
Stephen Greif, Pal Darrow, Gareth Thomas, Michael Keating,
David Calder, Louise Brealey.
Taken at The Entertainment Media Show (October 2012)
Andrew with: Jenna-Louise Coleman, Billie
Piper, Bernard Cribbins, Jacqueline King, Anjli Mohindra, Roberta Tovey,
Richard Franklin, John Leeson, K9, Bonnie Langford, Nabil Shaban.
Taken at Collectormania (May 2013)
Andrew with: Catherine Tate, Caitlin
Blackwood, Anamaria Marinca, Spencer Wilding, Christina Chong, Neve
McIntosh, Catrin Stewart, Simon Fisher-Becker.
Taken at Return to the 11th Hour (June 2013)
Andrew with: Lalla Ward, Katy Manning, Finn
Jones, Eve Myles, Dan Starkey, Tom Hopper, David Warner, Colin Baker,
Sylvester McCoy, Peter Purves, Jean Marsh, Frazer Hines, Louise Jameson,
Jeremy Bulloch, Angela Bruce, Barry Jenner.
Taken at the London Film and Comic Con (July 2013)
Andrew with: Paul McGann, Noel Clarke, Kate
O'Mara, Andrew Hayden-Smith, Julian Glover.
Taken at the London Film and Comic Con (October 2013)
Andrew with: Michael Jayston,
Christopher Ryan and Billy Dee Williams.
Taken at Collectormania (November 2013)
Andrew with: Arthur Darvill, Noel
Clarke, Eve Myles, Tracey Childs, Emma Campbell-Jones, Sean Knopp, Ken
Bones, Peter De Jersey, Sophie Morgan Price, Chris Finch, Ingrid Oliver,
Paul McGann, Sylvester McCoy, Eric Roberts, Colin Baker, William Russell,
Jean Marsh, Louise Jameson, Terry Molloy, Gabriel Woolf, Sheila Reid, Tim
Barlow and Michael Kilgariff.
Taken at Collectormania (May 2014)
Andrew with: John Hurt, Jemma
Redgrave, Jenna Coleman, Finn Jones, Colin Baker, Anneke Wills, Belinda
Taken at London Film & Comic Con (July 2014)
Andrew with: John Leeson, Lalla Ward,
Simon Williams, Colin
Baker, Sarah Sutton, Richard Dawkins, Alexander Siddig Joanna Lumley, Sir
Bernard Cribbins, Julian Glover, June Hudson.
Taken at Doctor Who Cares Fundraiser for Denville Hall (August 2014)
Andrew with: Chris Webb, Keith
Barron, Simon Rouse, David Quilter, Kelly Hunter, Chipo Chung, Cynthia
Grenville, Rachel Bell, Robert Whitelock, Elizabeth Croft, Christien Anholt,
Mitzi McKenzie, Michael Melia, and Malcolm Rogers.
Taken at Fantom Summer Signing Spectacular (August 2014)
Andrew with: Kay Patrick, Alexandra
Tynan, Morris Perry, Karen Clegg, Orlando James, Ann Holloway, Clare
Gifford, Riann Steele, Del Henney, Albert Welling, Brian Miller, Polly
James, Madhav Sharma, Keith Hodiak and Vic Tablian.
Taken at Fantom Autumn Signing Spectacular, Chiswick (October 2014)
Andrew with: Ellis George, Wendy
Padbury, Frazer Hines, John Levene, Nicola Bryant, Dave Prowse, Owen Teale,
Colin Salmon, Liz White, Peter Ferdinand, Paul Hickey, Tony Way, Ross Mullan,
Peter Duncan, Jerome Flynn, Debbie-Lee London, Barry Noble, Nathalie Cuzner,
David Benson and Matthew Dale.
Taken at London Film & Comic Con (October 2014)
Andrew with: Derren Nesbitt, Eric
Deacon, Michelle Duncan, Heather Emmanuel, Martin Cochrane, Terence Brown,
Donals Pelmear, Paul Joyce, Ronny Jhutti, Gilly Fraser, Keith Parry and
Taken at Fantom Winter Signing Spectacular, Chiswick (November 2014)
Andrew with: Jessie Wallace, Shane
Richie, Ian McNeice, John Challis, Steve Woodcock,
Nadja Regin, Margaret Nolan, Caron Gardner,
Andrew, Honor Blackman, Shirley Eaton, Kim Hartman, Richard Gibson, Guy
Siner, Francesca Gonshaw, Sue Hodge, Carole Ashby, Ian Lavender, John
Woodvine, Dennis Lill, Peter Miles, Mark Lester, Norman Eshley, Shane Rimmer,
Brian Croucher, Ian Cullen, Trevor Cooper, Colin Spaull, Rula Lenska, Julian
Lee Seagar, Norman Wanstall and Andy Secombe.
Taken at MCM Birmingham Comic Con (November 2014)
Andrew with: Peter Capaldi.
Taken at Project Motormouth 3 (November 2014)
Andrew with: Tom Baker, Matthew
Waterhouse, Jimmy Vee, David Graham, David Gooderson, Janet Henfrey, Judith
Paris, John Schwab, Ben Turner, Kenton Moore and Stacy Davies.
Taken at Fantom January Signing Spectacular (January 2015)
Andrew with: Samuel Anderson, Yasmin
Bannerman, Andrew Leung, Robert Goodman, Tony Osoba, Peter Straker, Rio
Fanning, Ross Mullan, Robert Vowles and Travis Oliver.
Taken at Fantom February Signing Spectcular (February 2015)
Richard Franklin, Terrance Dicks, Louise
Jameson, Bob Baker, Michael Melia, Fernanda Marlowe, Pik Sen Lim, Andrew, Katy Manning and Sarah
Taken at Valiant 2015 (7th March 2015)
Andrew with: Peter Miles, David
Collings, David Banks, David Gooderson and Trevor Martin.
Taken at 10th Planet Day of The Doctors, Windsor (14th March 2015)
Andrew with: Sarah Parish, Kai Owen,
Ryan Sampson, Ron Donachie, Sarah Louise Madison and Kerry Ingram.
Taken at EM-CON, Nottingham (15th March 2015)
Andrew with: John Altman, Ricky
Groves, Laila Morse, Nina Wadia, Cheryl Fergison, Anna Karen, Vicki
Michelle, Warwick Davis, Lisa Bowerman, Danny Webb, Julie Dawn Cole, Petra
Markham, Stephen Thorne, Bob Baker, Christopher Matthews, Andy Bradford,
Maryam d'Abo, Glyn Baker, Patricia Quinn, George Roubicek and Clem So.
Taken at MCM Expo Birmingham Comic Con (21st to 22nd March 2015)
Anneke Wills, Lisa Bowerman, Bonnie Langford, Camilla
Power, Sophie Aldred, Debbie Chazen, Nina Wadia, Martha Cope, Toby Hadoke, Doreen Mantle, Jessica Martin, Andrew, Janet Henfrey, Sheila
Steafel, Tracey Childs, Moya Brady, Camille Couduri, Polly James,
Christine Ruscoe, Amy Roberts, Katy Manning, Marcia Wheeler, Lalla ward, June Hudson
and Margot Hayhoe.
Taken at Utopia (Eynsham Hall, Oxfordshire) - (8th to 10th May 2015)
Andrew with: Brian Croucher, Stephen Greif, Sally Knyvette, Michael Keating, Gareth Thomas, Andrew O'Day, Jan Chappell, Michael Gaunt, Trevor Hoyle, Michael MacKenzie, Adrienne Burgess, Andrew O'Day, Mike Mungarvan, Andrew Morgan, Mat Irvine
and Vivienne Cozens.
Taken at Cygnus Alpha (The Lost Theatre, London) - (7th June 2015)
Andrew with: Samuel Anderson, Gareth
David-Lloyd, Ellie Haddington, Rupert Vansittart, Christine Adams, Peter
Roy, Garrick Hagon
Taken at Collectormania 23 (13th to 14th June 2015)
John Leeson, Jenny Hanley, Alexander Siddig,
Lalla Ward, Richard Dawkins, Richard Franklin, Simon Fisher Becker, Garrick
Hagon, Sylvester McCoy, Deborah Watling, Claire Bloom, Carole Ann Ford and
Taken at Doctor Who Cares 2 (20th June 2015)
Andrew Cartmel, Eric Saward, Trevor Baxter,
Christopher Benjamin, Stevan Rimkus, Nigel Betts, John Black, Barbara
Kinghorn, John Atterbury, John Nettleton and Chris Anderson.
Taken at Fantom Events Signing Spectacular (Chiswick) - (27th June 2015)
David Bradley, David Gambon, Tim McInnerny,
Iain Glen, John Ratzenberger, Tara Ward, John Bell, Dean Mitchell, Derek
Chafer, Ian Listons, Paul Jericho, John Gomez, Elsa Gwilliam, Ben Champniss,
Marnix Van Den Broeke, Jamie Hill and Derrick Sherwin.
Taken at London Film & Comic Con (Olympia) - (17th to 19th July 2015)
Michelle Collins, Tony Caunter, Milton Johns,
Robert Jezek, Adrian Gibbs, Terence Wilton, Robert Ashby, Christopher
Robbie, Dick Mills and John Gillett
Taken at Fantom Films Signing Spectacular, Chiswick - (25th July 2015)
Geoffrey Beevers, Lord of the Doctors Tom
Baker, Matthew Waterhouse, Michael Troughton, David Troughton, David
Garfield, John Guilor, Tim Trelor, Edward de Souza, Jeremy Young, Stephen
Taken at Day of the Doctors 2 - (8th August 2015)
Ian Marshall-Fisher, Mark Hardy, Ian Talbot,
Hugh Spight, Brian Orrell, Linda Clark, Melville Jones, Gregg Palmer
Taken at Fantom Films Signing Spectacular - (22nd August 2015)
Paul Tams, Bob Baker, Michael E. Briant,
Elliot Chapman, Carley Joseph, Annette Woollett, Roy Holder, Martin
Cochrane, Steve Wickham, Graeme Harper, Ian Hallard, Caroline Hunt, Philip
Morris, Peter Purves, Frazer Hines, Anneke Wills, Sarah Sutton, Barnaby
Edwards, Nicholas Pegg, Mitzi McKenzie, Dick Mills, Geoffrey Beevers,
Taken at Pandorica 2015 - (25th to 27th September 2015)
Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, Bonnie Langford, Daphne
Ashbrook, Anna Barry, Ling Tai, Sharon Duce, Steve Ismay, Karen Gledhill, Crawford Logan
Taken at Fantom Films Signing Spectacular - (10th October 2015)
John D Collins, Arthur Bostrom, Carole Ashby,
Guy Siner, Nicholas Frankau, Kim Hartman, Francesca Gonshaw, Mary Stavin,
Martine Beswick, Carole Ashby, Kristina Wayborn, Maud Adams, Caroline Munro,
Sylvana Henriques, Maryam D'Abo, Luciana Paluzzi, Catherine Schell, Madeline
Smith, Ray Brooks, Melvyn Hayes, Daniel Hill, Kenneth Cope, Daniel Peacock,
Trevor Laird, Christopher Atkins, Albert Wilkinson, Nicholas Hammond
Taken at Our Disappearing Planet - 24th October 2015
Brian Hodgson, Catherine Howe, Ralph Watson,
Quentin Mann, Anneke Wills, Mary McMillan, Sally Faulkner
Taken at Fantom Films: The Underwater Menace DVD Signing - 31st October 2015
Tom Baker, Louise Jameson, Ian Hogg, Nicholas
Parsons, Tom Kelly, David Bulbeck, Peter Howell, John Bloomfield, Brendan
Price, Jaye Griffiths, Prentis Hancock
Taken at Fantom Events Signing Spectacular - 7th November 2015
Andrew with: Tom Chadbon, Sylvia Syms,
Jaqueline Pearce, Barbara Shelley, Ian Thompson, Jeremy Wilkin
Taken at The London Film Convention - 14th November 2015
Roger Ashton-Griffiths, Scott Stevenson,
Taken at MCM Birmingham Comic Con - 21st to 22nd November 2015
Andrew with: Peter Wyngarde, Henry Woolf,
Yvonne Antrobus, Bryan Hands, Maureen Morris, Sonny Caldinez, Giles Block,
Martin Cort, Michael Ferguson, George Gallaccio, Michael McStay, Davyd
Taken at Fantom Events Signing Spectacular - 30th January 2016
Mark Strickson, Cy Town, David Sulkin,
Melville Jones, Christopher Robbie, Patricia Maynard, Michael Kilgarriff,
Peter Stenson, Aiden Cook, Glenn Beck, Barry Noble
Taken at Fantom Events Cyber Spectacular - 20th February 2016
Nick Frost, Clare Higgins, Danny D'Arcy, Kate
Fleetwood, Charlie Atkin, Mickey Lewis
Taken at London Film & Comic Con - 27th February 2016
Mark Strickson, Jim Findley, Sophie Aldred,
Philip Hinchcliffe, Roger Murray-Leach, John Leeson, Eric Saward, Terry
Molloy, Gillian Brown, David Gooderson
Taken at Valiant (Sheffield) - 5th March 2016
John Levene, Katy Manning, Richard Franklin,
Stewart Bevan, Derek Martin, Michael Brandon, Charles Adomeli, Wesley
Theobald, Todd Kramer, Rupert Holliday-Evans
Taken at U.N.I.T. Day - 12th March 2016
Taken at MCM (Birmingham) Comic Con - 19th March 2016
|Andrew at Sea*Life||
Andrew with: fish.
Taken at Sea*Life, Brighton (25th September 2014)
|Grange Hill Memories||
Chris Jury, Lucinda Curtis, Bob Cosford, Terry Sue Patt, Vinny Mann, Donald Waugh, Paula Ann Bland, Mark Baxter, Tony McPherson, Nicholas Pandolfi, Brian Capron, Lee MacDonald, Tim Polley, Melissa Wilks and Erkan Mustafa.
Taken at Grange Hill Memories, Chiswick (25th May 2014)
Below: Links to Doctor-Who related essays written by Andrew O'Day as part of his profile pages.
|Andrew O'Day||Difficult Television Difficult Television Part 2 Robert Holmes' "Carnival of Monsters" Peter Ling's "The Mind Robber"|
|Philip Martin’s “Vengeance on Varos” History and Fiction in Doctor Who Towards a definition of satire in Doctor Who|
|Surveillance and Space in Doctor Who Re-reading Christopher H. Bidmead|
Pages relating to the contributors
|Tim Harris||The Homepage.|
|Andrew O'Day||This is the fully-authorised profile page for the author / editor / actor / teacher.|
|James Spence||James is a keen film-maker and this page is a brief profile of the scientist / actor / editor / producer.|