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A Mad Man with a Box

A Mad Man with a Box
Description:
A Doctor Who podcast in which whovians both famous and not so discuss their favorite or possibly least favorite episodes of the show with host Stephen Prescott.

Homepage: http://www.amadmanwithabox.com

RSS Feed: http://www.amadmanwithabox.com/feed/

A Mad Man with a Box Statistics
Episodes:
138
Average Episode Duration:
0:0:14:35
Longest Episode Duration:
0:1:17:13
Total Duration of all Episodes:
1 days, 9 hours, 33 minutes and 13 seconds
Earliest Episode:
1 May 2012 (7:55pm GMT)
Latest Episode:
30 August 2016 (11:35pm GMT)
Average Time Between Episodes:
11 days, 11 hours, 9 minutes and 25 seconds

A Mad Man with a Box Episodes

  • Doctor Who Fan Meetup at SDCC

    24 June 2015 (7:55pm GMT)
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    BBC America has announced via their Facebook page that they will once again be putting on their always popular fan meet up at this year’s Comic-Con International in San Diego. As you can see in the photo below, the event will take place on Saturday 11 July from 2:30-4:30 at the House of Blues on 6th Avenue.

    There is always a massive queue so the MadMan team will try our best to see you inside!



  • Doctor Who Lego Teaser

    23 June 2015 (1:33pm GMT)
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    Lego has posted a short teaser video on their website for their upcoming Doctor Who themed set(s?) Which you can see embedded here thanks to Groove Bricks.

    After a fantastic concept design from Andrew Clark, which you can see here at Andrew’s blog and here on the Lego Ideas site, garnered the requisite 10,000 votes, Lego was able to come to a licensing agreement with BBC Worldwide. While no release date has been announced yet, he long overdue set should be available this fall. We’re hoping that Lego will have a sneak peek at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con.



  • Titan Comics SDCC Exclusives

    15 June 2015 (11:46pm GMT)
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    Titan Comics has revealed their exclusives for this years San Diego Comic-Con.

    First up, there will be an exclusive SDCC Triptych comprised of the covers for Tenth Doctor #14, Eleventh Doctor #14 and Twelfth Doctor #11 (and I thought the number of the actual Doctors was confusing after Day of the Doctor!)

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    Titan will also be releasing an exclusive Twelfth Doctor comic only available at the convention. Here’s the synopsis:

    When the Twelfth Doctor and Clara turn up at San Diego Comic Con, a quick selfie outside the TARDIS reveals an alien threat among the con-goers and cosplayers! The green-skinned Lady of Neverness can only be viewed through mirrors, photos and quantum snapshots, and has turned up in the background of photos all over the convention! But if enough people view her at the same time, she’ll gain the power to breach into our dimension… to feed on the life-force of the whole planet! Can the Doctor and Clara defeat her and save the day?

    Find out in this exclusive new short story, only available at San Diego Comic Con 2015! Plus, go behind the scenes of the comic with writers George Mann and Cavan Scott, and artist Rachael Stott – and get an early in-print glimpse of the Doctor Who 2015 Event – Four Doctors! All under two amazing covers from fan-favorite artist Alice X. Zhang!

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    Lastly, SDCC wouldn’t be complete without exclusive Titans vinyl figures. This year sees 2 Tenth Doctor exclusives; a 3″ Tenth Doctor wearing a fez as seen in Day of the Doctor and a 4.5″ Tenth Doctor in his very popular tuxedo as seen in such episode as Age of Steel and The Lazurus Effect

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    All items will be available at the Titan booth #5537.



  • Inside Clara's Wardrobe

    10 June 2015 (1:20pm GMT)
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    The official BBC YouTube page has released a video of Jenna Coleman and returning costume designer Ray Holman talking about wardrobe choices for Clara.



  • Series 9 Cast Addition and New Writer

    10 June 2015 (1:13pm GMT)
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    **SPOILERS**

    The BBC have announced that filming has begun on episode 10 of the new series and it features the return of Jovian Wade playing Rigsy, graffiti artist and companion to Clara in last season’s excellent Flatline.

    The episode is being penned by new writer Sarah Dollard who has previously written for Being Human and The Game. So much for Moffat not hiring female writers!

    From the press release:

    ‘Sarah commented, 'Getting to play in the Doctor Who toy box is a dream come true. It's a total honour to contribute to a show that has brought me such joy as a fan. However, writing for Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman has presented a serious problem: some days I’ve been too excited to actually sit down and type!'

    They’ve also posted a video interview with the writer:

     



  • Doctor Who Funko Pop Vinyl News and Review

    9 June 2015 (3:40pm GMT)
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    Here at MadMan, we’ve managed to avoid the Funko Pop phenomenon despite strong temptation from the tiny, dead-eyed moppets. But we were rendered utterly helpless by the launch of the Doctor Who line and dashed off to our local Hot Topic to scoop up our favorite Docs to review. Now comes word from Funko that they will be selling an exclusive 12th Doctor in spacesuit at SDCC this year, 9-12 July.

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    According to Funko, unlike previous years, they will not be offering pre-orders on their SDCC exclusives in “an effort to provide more product to Con-goers.” We’re not sure how we feel about this. SDCC exclusives are notoriously difficult to acquire and this move looks to be making this figure no different. We’ll be on hand at SDCC so check back after the con to see how we faired.

    Here are our reviews of the figures currently available:IMG_1062

    Stephen:

    I resisted the allure of these bobble-headed little trinkets for so long with the knowledge that once I started I would never be able to stop. Funk seems to hold the license for everything from Back to the Future to Guardians of the Galaxy so you can imagine how quickly this could spiral out of control. You may think I’m exaggerating, but the 5 different Doctor Who pop vinyls (and the two X-Files ones) sitting on my shelf say otherwise. It begins…

    Sadly though, I was not able to find the Hot Topic exclusive 12th Doctor with spoon and standard 11th Doctor that I was looking for, but I did manage to pick up an 11th Doctor with fez, 10th Doctor with 3D glasses, standard 10th Doctor, standard 4th Doctor, and standard 12th Doctor.

    These guys are simply adorable. I tend to be slightly myopic when I review toys such as these and focus on the little details. But I honestly believe that it is the little details that best show off how much a manufacturer cares about it’s product. In this area, the pop vinyls do not disappoint.

    The 4th Doctor figure really captures the essence of Tom Baker’s fun playful side. They got the 10th Doctor’s suit colors correct depending on the 3D glasses or non 3D glasses version. Capaldi’s eyebrows perfectly capture the attack stance of the real life brows, but what may have got me most of all is the lack of eyebrows on the 11th Doctor! Matt Smith’s eyebrows are very light and almost non-existent so this was a nice touch on the part of Funko.

    Ewan:

    I picked up the Hot Topic exclusive 11th Doctor with fez and mop. I’ve always been a sucker for variants, but his lil’ fez just sold me on it. The sculpt is great; lots of nice detail work on the shoes and it really captures 11’s character despite the standard Funko stare. I would have liked to see his part a little closer to the side of his head, but it’s a terribly fanboyish complaint.

    Sadly though, the paint apps are incredibly sloppy. Like, kissing a Zygon sloppy. They made some slightly bizarre coloring choices too. Do you remember the episode where 11 wears purple pants? Was he taking the TARDIS to a Grateful Dead show? It’s specially odd given that the standard edition has the more appropriate grey pants.

    Overall, they’re cute addition to your desk / dashboard / console room. We give these 5 1/2 Keys to Doomsday.



  • UNIT: The New Series Cast Revealed

    8 June 2015 (2:48pm GMT)
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    Big Finish have revealed today the team that will be joining Kate Stewart in their upcoming UNIT spin-off series that takes place in the modern Who era.

    The cast of the audio series will feature Ramon Tikram (Stella, Game of Thrones) as Colonel Shindi, Warren Brown (Luther, By Any Means) as Lieutenant Sam Bishop, an “International troubleshooter for UNIT,” and James Joyce (Downton Abbey, The Musketeers) as Captain Josh Carter a “loose canon.”

    Most excitingly though is the inclusion of Ingrid Oliver as Osgood, soon to be seen in series 9 of Doctor Who! Osgood is incredibly popular with the fans and your Mad Man team so her continued inclusion in the Doctor Who Universe is a welcome one.

    “We’re so happy to have Kate and Osgood joining us at Big Finish,” says producer David Richardson. “This team has been so captivating to watch on TV, and we’re looking forward to throwing some deadly challenges in their paths in these kinetic new episodes.”

    UNIT: Extinction, the first set in this new UNIT series, will see the team fighting a new invasion by the Nestene Consciousness and the terrifying Autons. The box set will be released in November 2015 and will be followed by three further adventures every six months.

    UNIT: The New Series is available for preorder HERE and every pre-order will include a downloadable copy of The Nicholas Courtney Memoirs – A Soldier in Time.



  • Another "Thick of It" Alum Coming to Who!

    6 June 2015 (1:02am GMT)
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    BAFTA winning actress Rebecca Front who starred alongside Peter Capaldi as Nicola Murray MP in series 3 & 4 of The Thick of It is set to appear in series 9.

    According to the BBC, Front will be appearing in the currently shooting 2-part episode that also features the return of the Zygons, UNIT, and fan favorite UNIT scientist Osgood.

    Surprisingly this is Front’s first appearance in Doctor Who. The episodes currently shooting are from a script by Peter Harness and also feature Vanessa Redgrave as Kate Stewart, Ingrid Oliver as the aforementioned Osgood, and of course Jenna Coleman and Peter Capaldi as Clara and the Doctor.

     



  • BBC Announces Doctor Who Festival

    6 June 2015 (12:46am GMT)
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    After the incredible success of the 50th Anniversary Celebration, Doctor Who is returning to the London Excel for another festival celebrating the greatest TV show in the entire world!

     

    Here’s the press release: ExCel Exhibition Centre, London
    Friday 13th, Saturday 14th, Sunday 15th November
    Tickets on general sale from 10am on 5th June 2015

    BBC Worldwide is delighted to announce details of the official Doctor Who Festival, which will take place at ExCeL, London, on the13th, 14th and 15th November 2015. The Doctor Who Festival will be attended by the current Doctor, played by Peter Capaldi, and series show runner Steven Moffat. The Festival will offer fans an exclusive glimpse into how the inimitable world of Doctor Who is created.

    Get inside the adventure; find out how to develop the latest hide-behind-the-sofa monster and explore the series 8 & 9 Doctor Who sets and props! Fans of all ages will be able to discover the inspiration behind the Doctor's recent adversaries, the imagination required to create whole new worlds and the ingenuity that goes into designing and making the beautiful backdrops that give Doctor Who its unique look.

    Visitors will be given access to the Festival which will include an exciting array of backstage areas including theatre shows where they can come up close and personal with key talent, Interactive Workshops where you can learn the television production process as well as the ultimate Doctor Who shopping village for the collectors merchandise and photo opportunities. This Festival is a must-attend event for die-hard Doctor Who fans, with many, many more exciting announcements to come!

    Peter Capaldi says, "If having the world’s favourite Time Lord back on screen every week isn’t enough for you (and it’s not for me) then The Doctor Who Festival in London is the place to be. I’ll be heading there in November to join the fun and if it's anything like the 50th anniversary event, then prepare yourself for total Time Lord mania.”

    Steven Moffat added, "I can't believe we're going to give away our secrets! This is the closest you could possibly get to finding out what happens on set and how this magical show is put together."

    DAY TICKET PRICES

    • Standard ticket: PS65
    • Standard child ticket: PS30
    • Standard family ticket: PS165
    • TARDIS ticket: PS110
    • TARDIS child ticket: PS50
    • TARDIS family ticket: PS285

     

    • THEATRE SHOWS - exclusive access to the writers and cast from the series as they talk about how to make an idea become reality on a series as big and bold as Doctor Who.
    • ON SET PHOTO-photo opportunities on one of the current filming sets.
    • WARDROBE DEPARTMENT - an exhibition of costumes and props from the series.
    • COSPLAYERSSHOWCASE – where fans can showcase their impressive Doctor Who-themed outfits.
    • THE FAN CHALLENGE! -Fans young and old can battle it out in the ultimate test of Doctor Who knowledge in order to be crowned the ultimate fan.
    • DRAMA SCHOOL – the techniques and secrets that the cast learn when filming Doctor Who.
    • OFFICIAL MERCHANDISE – the ultimate fan shopping experience.
    • PRODUCTION VILLAGE - a chance for fans to explore a day in the life of the production team and crew.
    • PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES – an opportunity for fans to purchase an individual photograph with the current cast members appearing.

    The ticket price includes day entry to the Festival, access to three theatre shows, lanyard, floor planner and all of the above. TARDIS tickets to include the above plus brochure, lounge access, front block theatre show seats and a Doctor Who goody bag! Tickets, further information and monthly newsletters are available from www.doctorwhofestival.com

    The Mad Man team was on site for the 50th celebrations and we’re definitely hoping to get back to London in November. We’re not sure that Moffat and Capaldi can handle seeing us more than once a year though…Stay Tuned!



  • The Doctor's Biggest Secret is Returning

    1 June 2015 (9:28pm GMT)
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    While series 9 is currently being filmed leaving us without our beloved show on our screens, the fine folks over at Titan Comics have been keeping the flame alive with their excellent series of comics featuring the Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth incarnations of the Doctor.

    Not ones to rest on their laurels though, Titan Comics has announced that on August 12th they will be launching a brand new 5-part weekly Doctor Who series crossing over all three aforementioned incarnations and teaming them up with the one face the Doctor wishes he never had…the War Doctor!

    The story is illustrated by Neil Edwards and written by the fantastic Paul Cornell (the man who gave us “Father’s Day” and “Human Nature/Family of Blood”). The series will continue on from each of the Titan main range’s end of year one issues (#15) and will bridge the gap into their second year.

    In addition Titan Comics is sponsoring the first ever global Doctor Who Comics Day to take place on 15th August.

    For more information follow Doctor Who Comics Day on social media!
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    Twitter: @DW_ComicsDay
    Facebook: Doctor Who Comics Day

    Covers featuring the Doctors:

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    Companion covers:

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    Merchandise:

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    Preview pages:

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  • The Doctor returns to SDCC!

    28 May 2015 (12:56am GMT)
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    According to a press release on social media and the official BBC Doctor Who website HERE. Brian Minchin, Steven Moffat, Michelle Gomez(!), Jenna Coleman and Peter Capaldi are all headed to San Diego for this year’s Comic-Con International taking place 9-12 July.

    Once again the Doctor Who panel will be in Hall H, but instead of the usual Sunday spot it will take place the first official day of the convention the 9th.

    This will be Capaldi’s first trip to the convention and he had this to say:

    'Tales of San Diego Comic-Con are told in awe on every set around the known fantasy/sci-fi production world. It’s become a fabled kingdom. One I am thrilled to find myself heading for. And to appear in the legendary Hall H is a further twist to the cosplay and comic madness I may never recover from.'

    Let’s hope he does recover because I’m sure after the convention they’ll be quickly heading back to Cardiff to finish filming of series 9.



  • Series 8 Filming Has Begun

    7 January 2014 (6:54pm GMT)
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    Just yesterday I was remarking on Twitter about how I wished that the BBC would put out a press release with some details about the filming that was set to begin this week.

    Set reporters were out and about and several sneaky pictures of sets being dressed had shown up on social media, but it was getting very difficult to separate fact from fiction on the #dwsr hashtag. It seems as the show gets more popular, there are more people trying to make a name for themselves by starting false rumors and claims. It is becoming more and more difficult to cut through the noise. But some of the info coming out is in fact correct and it is my opinion that the BBC needs to get ahead of the news cycle and trickle out as many acts and photos as they can. This will not only keep a lot of rabid fans at bay, but also allow them to have better control over the conversations, and of course speculation, that will occur.

    Today’s press release does some of that well and some of that poorly. In it we get details of the first two episode being shot which, rather un-traditionally, also happen to be the first episodes that will air. As well as the first (pretty underwhelming) photo of Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman shooting the new series of the show in the same clothes we last saw them in. Here is the photo (click for larger version) and the full press release:

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    On the heels of the Doctor's recent regeneration, BBC AMERICA has released the first image of the Twelfth Doctor, Peter Capaldi (The Thick of It), who stepped on set today for his first full day of filming for season eight of the hit series. Capaldi made his first appearance as the Doctor in the show's 50th anniversary special, The Day of the Doctor, before formally taking over the iconic role in the 2013 Christmas special. Starring alongside Jenna Coleman (Death Comes to Pemberley) as companion Clara, Capaldi will next appear in season eight of Doctor Who, which premieres later this year.

     

    Arriving on set in Cardiff to begin filming, Peter Capaldi, said:

    "New job, first day, slightly nervous. Just like the Doctor, I’m emerging from the TARDIS into a whole other world."

     

    Steven Moffat, Lead Writer and Executive Producer, added:

    "First the eyebrows! Then, at Christmas, the face! Coming soon, the whole Doctor. In the Cardiff studios, the Capaldi era begins."

     

    The first episode of season eight is written by Steven Moffat with the second episode penned by Phil Ford. These are the first episodes Peter will shoot and are directed by Ben Wheatley. Filming is taking place in Cardiff until August 2014. Doctor Who is executive produced by Steven Moffat and Brian Minchin, and produced by Nikki Wilson and Peter Bennett. It is a BBC Cymru Wales production.



  • MadMan #50-Fifty

    6 January 2014 (9:09pm GMT)
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    It’s the end of the year and the 50th episode of the podcast!

    It’s been a little while and we’re sorry. In this episode we discuss the past couple of months of Doctor Who goings on including the 50th anniversary celebrations in London, “The Day of the Doctor,” and “The Time of the Doctor.” We recorded this a couple of days after Matt Smith regenerated into Peter Capaldi but due to some technical difficulties it couldn’t be edited and posted until now, but at least it is here. Enjoy!



  • MadMan #48: Nights and Days of the Doctor

    15 November 2013 (11:27pm GMT)
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    Here it is folks our preview of the upcoming 50th Anniversary festivities.

    But first we get a little sidetracked (who us? Never!) because something we have been hoping to happen for a long time finally has. The 8th Doctor has returned! We were happy with the 7 minutes that brought back Paul McGann? What will the Mad Man team be doing for the 50th anniversay? Listen and find out.

     



  • "Night of the Doctor' Minisode!

    14 November 2013 (2:46pm GMT)
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    Listeners to this show will understand why I am buzzing right now!

     

    Wasn’t that wonderful?!? I can’t wait to see what other surprised Moffat has in store for us!



  • "The Day of the Doctor" 3D Cinema Screenings Announced

    24 October 2013 (8:23pm GMT)
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    BBC America has released details of the North American cinema screenings of “The Day of the Doctor”!

    “The Day of the Doctor” will be shown in cinemas as part of a global simulcast on the show’s anniversary date November 23rd with an encore showing on November 25th. The film will be accompanied by 10 minutes of exclusive behind the scenes footage (which will also be available in the UK at www.bbc.co.uk/Doctorwho).

    Tickets go on sale October 25th at 9am for the following cities and locations:

    Los Angeles
    Cinemark Rave 18 + IMAX (Los Angeles, CA)

    Los Angeles
    Century Huntington Beach Bella Terra + XD (Huntington Beach, CA)

    New York
    AMC Loews Village 7 (New York, NY)

    New York
    Regal E-Walk Stadium 13 & RPX (New York, NY)

    Chicago
    Century Evanston + XD (Evanston, IL)

    Chicago
    Cinemark at Seven Bridges + IMAX (Woodridge, IL)

    Philadelphia
    Cinemark Rave University City Penn (Philadelphia, PA)

    Philadelphia
    Cinemark 16 (Somerdale, NJ)

    Dallas-Ft. Worth
    Cinemark West Plano + XD (Plano, TX)

    San Francisco-Oak-San Jose
    Century San Francisco Centre 9 (San Francisco, CA)

    Washington, DC (Hagrstwn)
    Cinemark Rave Fairfax Corner + XD (Fairfax, VA)

    Houston
    Cinemark Tinseltown + XD (The Woodlands, TX)

    Atlanta
    Cinemark Tinseltown 17 (Fayetteville, GA)

    Seattle-Tacoma
    Cinemark Lincoln Square Cinema (Bellevue, WA)

    Minneapolis
    AMC Southdale 16 (Edina, MN)

     

    Here is the complete press release:

    In association with AMC Entertainment Inc., Cinemark Holdings, Inc., and Regal Entertainment Group, BBC AMERICA makes history by honoring eleven Doctors on Saturday, November 23 with a global simulcast 3D screening event in eleven cities at the same time the 75-minute Anniversary special premieres on BBC AMERICA and across the globe. Tickets for the Saturday, November 23 screenings will go on sale October 25, 2013 at 9:00am EST for theater locations* in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Seattle, Washington DC, San Francisco, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta and Minneapolis. Tickets may be purchased at Cinemark.com and Fandango.com.

     

    The festivities won't stop there: BBC AMERICA and NCM Fathom Events are teaming up for the first time to continue the celebration, giving fans across the U.S. a chance to experience Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor in RealD(tm)3D on Monday, November 25 for only one night in more than 300 select cinemas. Tickets will be available at participating theater box offices and online at www.fathomevents.com. For a complete list of theater locations and prices, visit the NCM Fathom Events website (theaters and participants are subject to change). The event will be broadcast via the new digital cinema projection systems.

     

    In addition to Matt Smith, the 50th Anniversary special also stars former Time Lord David Tennant and Jenna Coleman with Billie Piper and John Hurt. The theatrical events will include specially shot introductions and The Day of The Doctor: Behind The Lens, a 10 minute behind-the-scene featurette directly following the special. The short features Matt Smith, David Tennant and Jenna Coleman with Billie Piper and John Hurt, as well as lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat, discussing their 50th Anniversary experiences.

    Soumya Sriraman, EVP Home Entertainment and Licensing for BBC Worldwide North America, commented: "Doctor Who's 50th Anniversary is truly a global celebration and we're thrilled to bring the special to the silver screen. Our partnerships with Cinemark, AMC, Regal Cinemas and NCM Fathom Events will give fans, on November 23 and 25, the opportunity to see the Doctor in a whole new way - in RealD(tm) 3D."

    Since its launch in 1963, Doctor Who has become one of the world's best loved dramas and is certified by the Guinness Book of World Records as the most successful sci-fi series ever. Doctor Who is BBC AMERICA's highest-rated series and has received numerous awards across its 50 years. The series has enjoyed success off-air with over 10 million DVDs and 8 million action figures sold globally and is the BBC's top series on iTunes in the U.S. and UK. BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the UK broadcaster, distributes Doctor Whoto over 200 territories across the world.

    "The Day of The Doctor is upon us and fans of the BBC AMERICA sci-fi series Doctor Who have the opportunity to see the time-travelling adventures like never before in 3D from their local movie theater," said Shelly Maxwell, executive vice president of NCM Fathom Events. "There's never been a better time to be a Whovian during the 50th Anniversary celebration of this huge BBC hit that's invaded America ."

     



  • A Nice Man: Episode 7 - Edith Gets Some

    20 October 2013 (8:59pm GMT)
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    Still somber from the events of last week’s episode, we do our best to muddle through and find some good in the goings on at Downton.



  • 50th Anniversary Trailer

    19 October 2013 (9:38pm GMT)
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    It may not have any footage from “The Day of the Doctor” in it but damn is it lovely!


    …and here is a high-res version of that lovely eleven doctors picture

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  • Photos from "An Adventure in Space and Time"

    17 October 2013 (11:34pm GMT)
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    The BBC have released new photos from Mark Gatiss’ upcoming telefilm about the origin of our favorite show…

    Click for larger versions..

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  • Missing Second Doctor Episodes Found!

    10 October 2013 (10:15pm GMT)
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    9 Episodes from the Second Doctor era have been recovered!

    After months of speculation and rumors, the BBC have finally announced the recovery of 9 lost episodes from the Second Doctor era comprising all 5 missing episodes from “The Enemy of the World” and episodes 2, 4, 5 and 6 of “The Web of Fear.”

    The latter story is one of the most loved from Troughton’s time as the Doctor. It is the story that introduced us to then Colonel Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart as well as The Great Intelligence who, of course, recently returned as the main villain in series 7b.

    Episodes are already available for purchase on iTunes with DVD releases scheduled on 22 November for “Enemy of the World” and early 2014 for “The Web of Fear”

    Go and buy them now!

    Web of Fear on iTunes

    Enemy of the World on iTunes

     



  • Episode 47: Back from the Dead

    25 September 2013 (7:00am GMT)
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    It has been a while dear listeners and we thank you very much for your patience.

     

    We recorded this a couple of weeks back and sadly life get the best of me. But fear not it is here and we do hope to bring you more regularly scheduled episodes.

    For now though have a listen as we genuinely earn our explicit tag. Okay maybe not we, just Stephen, as we discuss San Diego Comic-Con, Peter Capaldi, the 50th anniversary celebrations and more.

    Enjoy!



  • Episode 46: Bitter Men with Badges

    17 July 2013 (6:25am GMT)
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    It’s the pre-San Diego Comic Con episode!

     

    We discuss all the Doctor Who goings on at this years Comic-Con International and you learn exactly how bitter we two old men are. Also some other news and ramblings including the Proms and the 50th Anniversary Celebration in London. Listen and enjoy!



  • Prince Charles and Lady Camilla Visit the TARDIS

    3 July 2013 (5:07pm GMT)
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    The Prince of Wales visited the most important location under his protection today, the Doctor Who sets and production office at Roath Lock studios in Cardiff Bay.

     

    Prince Charles learned how to be a Dalek from Nicholas Briggs. Lady Camilla learned how to put the TARDIS into flight from Matt Smith and they bot got to spend some time meeting and greeting the entire Doctor Who team including and always awesome and game for it Dan Starkey in character as Strax!

    Images from the visit can be found on the official BBC Doctor Who site here.

    Here is the official press release from BBC America:

    Their Royal Highnesses, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall today celebrated 50 years of Doctor Who with a visit to the show's home in Roath Lock studios, Cardiff Bay. The Prince and The Duchess met the Doctor, Matt Smith and his companion Clara, Jenna Coleman, alongside showrunner Steven Moffat.

    On meeting Their Royal Highnesses, Matt Smith, said:

    "It was great to welcome The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall to set today. Showing them how to fly the TARDIS was a real treat and something I never thought I would be doing when I first took on the role. The Prince of Wales said he remembers watching the show when he was 15 and seemed very knowledgeable on the Who history, so it's nice to think they are watching."

    Meanwhile, Jenna Coleman who plays Clara, added:

    "Meeting The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall today was such an honour. The Prince was particularly interested in the mechanics of how the TARDIS works and the storyline for the upcoming 50th anniversary special, but I didn't give too many secrets away."

    Touring the Doctor Who production office Their Royal Highnesses saw displays from the show's costume designer, locations manager, graphics artist, set decorator and production designer.

    After being given a rundown on how to fly the famous TARDIS, The Prince and The Duchess were introduced to the most famous of Doctor Who monsters, the Daleks, before production secrets were revealed with a green screen display, demonstrated by SFX. This was the first Royal visit to BBC Cymru Wales Roath Lock studios, since they officially opened in March 2012.

    The Doctor Who 50th Anniversary special premieres on BBC AMERICA on November 23, 2013.

     



  • Episode 45: A Sad Man with a Box

    2 July 2013 (9:41pm GMT)
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    The Mad Man boys discuss and speculate on Matt Smith’s pending departure. Completely wrong guesses and declarations! Names mentioned and dismissed! Not a tear shed...not that you can hear anyway. And I try really hard not to piss anyone off when we discuss the idea of a gender swap for the Doctor. Sorry for posting this so late and the not regular updates on the site. We’ve been in SDCC crunch mode for weeks now but enjoy!


  • This Must Be Where It Ends...

    1 June 2013 (10:44pm GMT)
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    The fall of the Eleventh is upon us…

    Listeners of the podcast will not be surprised to read that both Ewan and I are huge fans of Matt Smith and the eleventh Doctor. They also will know that I have been predicting his departure from the show since the start of series 7b and had posited that it would happen at Christmas this year. Still, I was very much hoping that I would either be wrong or Moffat would pull off the impossible and give us a surprise regeneration. Sadly, that was not to be as the BBC officially announced today that Matt is stepping down from the role.

    I was wondering around Santa Monica today when the news broke and I couldn’t help but feel instant sadness. Matt’s time on the show has been controversial. While his performance never faltered in my eyes, the split seasons and long waits for new episodes have done the show no favors. So deep down I was hoping for at least one more series with the bow tie and the chin.

    I won’t lament too much though and I won’t sit here and write a long eulogy to the eleventh Doctor (though I certainly considered it). Instead I’m just going to look to the future. We still have the incredibly exciting team up with the tenth Doctor in the 50th Anniversary episode as well as the Christmas special farewell that is set to start filming in September. And then the inevitably long and very anxious wait for the new man to take over the TARDIS controls.

    I can’t even begin to think about who might be suitable for the role of the twelfth Doctor. It will most likely once again be someone we’ve seen other places but won’t recognize. So all I will say is thank you to Matt Smith. It’s been a brilliant 4 years and I’m sure he has bigger things on the horizon.

    Here is what Matt had to say in the BBC press release:

    “Doctor Who has been the most brilliant experience for me as an actor and a bloke, and that largely is down to the cast, crew and fans of the show. I’m incredibly grateful to all the cast and crew who work tirelessly every day, to realize all the elements of the show and deliver Doctor Who to the audience. Many of them have become good friends and I’m incredibly proud of what we have achieved over the last four years.

    Having Steven Moffat as showrunner write such varied, funny, mind-bending and brilliant scripts has been one of the greatest and most rewarding challenges of my career. It’s been a privilege and a treat to work with Steven, he’s a good friend and will continue to shape a brilliant world for the Doctor.

    The fans of Doctor Who around the world are unlike any other; they dress up, shout louder, know more about the history of the show (and speculate more about the future of the show) in a way that I’ve never seen before, your dedication is truly remarkable. Thank you so very much for supporting my incarnation of the Time Lord, number Eleven, who I might add is not done yet, I’m back for the 50th anniversary and the Christmas special!

    It’s been an honor to play this part, to follow the legacy of brilliant actors, and helm the TARDIS for a spell with ‘the ginger, the nose and the impossible one’. But when ya gotta go, ya gotta go and Trenzalore calls. Thank you guys. Matt.”

    And from Steven Moffat:

    “Every day, on every episode, in every set of rushes, Matt Smith surprised me: the way he’d turn a line, or spin on his heels, or make something funny, or out of nowhere make me cry, I just never knew what was coming next. The Doctor can be clown and hero, often at the same time, and Matt rose to both challenges magnificently. And even better than that, given the pressures of this extraordinary show, he is one of the nicest and hardest-working people I have ever had the privilege of knowing. Whatever we threw at him – sometimes literally – his behavior was always worthy of the Doctor.

    But great actors always know when it’s time for the curtain call, so this Christmas prepare for your hearts to break, as we say goodbye to number Eleven. Thank you Matt – bow ties were never cooler.

    Of course, this isn’t the end of the story, because now the search begins. Somewhere out there right now – all unknowing, just going about their business – is someone who’s about to become the Doctor. A life is going to change, and Doctor Who will be born all over again! After 50 years, that’s still so exciting!”



  • Episode 44: You say Kovarian, I say Kevorkian

    22 May 2013 (8:23pm GMT)
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    It’s our review of “The Name of the Doctor”!

    Theories are floated, disagreements are had, when Ewan and I sit down to discuss the series 7b finale. Is it everything we had hoped it would be? How do we feel about that cliffhanger ending? Will I ever get to ask Steven Moffat the burning questions I still have about the events at Trenzalore? No idea on that last question but the first two definitely get answered in this our last review episode of the podcast for at least a few months.



  • Episode 43: A Little Bit of Slack

    16 May 2013 (10:30pm GMT)
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    Our review of “Nightmare in Silver” in which we earn our explicit tag.

    Even after recording and listening back to this episode I’m not quite sure we really know how we felt overall about Neil Gaiman’s second Doctor Who script. We do have pretty strong and clear feelings about some of the elements though and listeners with sensitive ears should be cautious. We also spend a good amount of time talking about our excitement for “The Name of the Doctor.” Listen for the cloister bell and you’ll know where to turn off if you don’t want to be spoiled.



  • "The Name of the Doctor" Intro Videos & Promo Pics

    16 May 2013 (5:38pm GMT)
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    The BBC has posted a couple of videos introducing this weeks series finale.

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  • "She Said, He Said"...and some trailers too!

    11 May 2013 (6:10pm GMT)
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    …and so the journey to Trenzalore begins!

    Why can’t it be next Saturday already?!

    And here are is a BBC One TV trailer as well as the next time trailer for “The Name of the Doctor.”



  • Episode 42: Brave Heart Stephen

    10 May 2013 (9:50pm GMT)
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    I know you have all be wondering what we thought of “The Crimson Horror.” Time to find out!

    Ewan and were both anticipating this episode and looking forward to the return of Vastra, Jenny and Strax and of course Dame Diana Rigg playing a villain. Did it live up to our expectations? Are we tired yet of Strax and his comedy? Will Stephen get to wear the Doctor’s awesome Victorian threads? The answers to some of these questions can be found in the player below! As well as some “squee” about the 50th Anniversary Special.

    Enjoy!



  • Episode 42: Brave Heart Stephen

    10 May 2013 (9:50pm GMT)
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    I know you have all be wondering what we thought of “The Crimson Horror.” Time to find out!

    Ewan and were both anticipating this episode and looking forward to the return of Vastra, Jenny and Strax and of course Dame Diana Rigg playing a villain. Did it live up to our expectations? Are we tired yet of Strax and his comedy? Will Stephen get to wear the Doctor’s awesome Victorian threads? The answers to some of these questions can be found in the player below! As well as some “squee” about the 50th Anniversary Special.

    Enjoy!



  • Episode 41: Magic Talky Talky Box

    2 May 2013 (9:25pm GMT)
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    It’s our review of “Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS”

    Ewan and I go deep into the bowels of this episode that is jam packed with fanboy moments that would make even the most cynical squee. But how was it over all? Well you’ll just have to listen to find out.

    Also for more of me (Stephen) talking about “Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS” have a listen to the latest Sound on Sight Doctor Who podcast that you can find right HERE

     



  • New Executive Producer Announced

    30 April 2013 (1:48pm GMT)
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    Brian Minchin will be the new executive producer of “Doctor Who.”

    Minchin, who worked on the show as a script editor in the first year of Steven Moffat as showrunner, has been confirmed as Caroline Skinner’s replacement. THe BBC website had this to say:

    Brian Minchin is an Executive Producer in BBC Wales drama, currently working on The Game, a new Cold War spy thriller from Toby Whithouse for BBC One, and Wizards Vs Aliens, Russell T Davies' hit show for CBBC. He has also worked as BBC Executive Producer on Dirk Gently and Being Human.

    Brian produced the RTS award-winning and BAFTA nominated series The Sarah Jane Adventures, as well as the UK sections of Torchwood: Miracle Day and was Assistant Producer on Torchwood: Children of Earth.

    Brian, who grew up in Aberystwyth, joined the department in Cardiff in 2005 as a Script Editor working on BBC One Wales drama Belonging, before moving on to network dramas Doctor Who and Torchwood in the same role.

    Brian says: "I’m thrilled and excited to be joining Steven Moffat on a show that has meant so much to me over the years. I’ve watched in awe as Steven has taken Doctor Who to wild and imaginative places and I can’t wait to get started on many more adventures with the Doctor."

    Faith Penhale, Head of Drama Wales, says: "I’ve no doubt Doctor Who will enjoy a very exciting time with Brian at the helm working alongside Steven. Since joining BBC Wales in 2005, he's proved he has a fantastic eye for story and a sharp awareness of what makes a drama like Doctor Who unmissable.”

    Steven Moffat, Lead Writer and Executive Producer, adds: “When I first took over Doctor Who, Brian was there as script editor, and in the most difficult time of a new Doctor and a new era, was completely brilliant. We lost him to producing The Sarah Jane Adventures at the end of our first run. Rising talent keeps rising, is how I comforted myself back then – but now I am beyond happy that Brian has risen all the way back to Doctor Who, in his new role of Executive Producer. I look forward to getting hopelessly lost in space and time with him.”



  • Episode 40: Double Dates

    26 April 2013 (8:05pm GMT)
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    Our review of “Hide”

    I just want to apologize in advance for all of the background noise, but this was so much fun to record and the conversation is great. We recorded at Ewan’s house this past weekend and roped our significant others into participating…not that it was that difficult to get these two wonderfully opinionated ladies to voice their thoughts. It was all oddly appropriate as well considering Neil Cross’ ghost story really was a love story. Awww.

    I hope you enjoy!



  • Episode 40: Double Dates

    26 April 2013 (8:05pm GMT)
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    Our review of “Hide”

    I just want to apologize in advance for all of the background noise, but this was so much fun to record and the conversation is great. We recorded at Ewan’s house this past weekend and roped our significant others into participating…not that it was that difficult to get these two wonderfully opinionated ladies to voice their thoughts. It was all oddly appropriate as well considering Neil Cross’ ghost story really was a love story. Awww.

    I hope you enjoy!



  • "Journey" Pictures Released

    23 April 2013 (9:24pm GMT)
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    BBC America has posted pictures from the next episode, “Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS.” Beware there are spoilers within…

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  • Series 7b Finale Title Revealed!

    19 April 2013 (1:12pm GMT)
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    …Spoilers!

    The Name of the Doctor

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  • Three More Episode Posters Revealed with Synopses

    18 April 2013 (7:32pm GMT)
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    BBC America has released today the movie-style posters for the next 3 episodes after “Hide.” Along with synopses for “Journey to the Center of the TARDIS” and “The Crimson Horror.” Still not a peep on that finale though….

    Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS

    A spaceship salvage team drags the TARDIS on board, sending its systems into meltdown. As the Doctor marshals the motely salvage crew outside, he realizes Clara is still trapped within his malfunctioning ship, pursued by a dangerous group of ossified monsters. He has just 30 minutes to find Clara and save his TARDIS before it self-destructs.

    Episode credits: Written by Stephen Thompson (Sherlock) and directed by Mat King (Law & Order: UK).

     

     

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    The Crimson Horror

    There's something very odd about Mrs Gillyflower's Sweetville mill, with its perfectly clean streets and beautiful people. There's something even stranger about the bodies washing up in the river, all bright red and waxy. When the Doctor and Clara go missing, it's up to Vastra, Jenny and Strax to rescue them before they too fall victim to the Crimson Horror!

    Episode credits: Written by Mark Gatiss and directed by Saul Metzstein (Upstairs, Downstairs).

     

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  • "Hide" Promo Pics

    17 April 2013 (2:54am GMT)
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    BBC America has released promo pictures from the next episode, “Hide.” Warning there are definitely some spoilers underneath the cut.

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  • Episode 39: Oh Vienna!

    17 April 2013 (2:31am GMT)
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    It’sssssss the MMWAB review of “Cold War”…and now that joke has run its course.

    So did the return of the Ice Warriors (well really an Ice Warrior) get our temperatures rising? What are our theories on Clara three episodes in? When will you get to hear Ewan and I sing “Back for Good?” Some of these questions and others are answered within. Listen and enjoy!



  • "Cold War" Behind the Scenes

    15 April 2013 (10:40pm GMT)
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    The BBC has posted a behind the scenes look at this pas weekend’s episode.



  • "Cold War" Preview Pics

    13 April 2013 (4:06pm GMT)
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    Just in time for its airing, here is a load of pictures from tonight new episode.

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  • Episode 38: Regrettably Fighting

    13 April 2013 (3:58pm GMT)
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    Better late than never it’s our review of “The Rings of Akhaten”

    The Doctor takes Clara on what now seems like the obligatory second episode trip to an alien world and the results are…well listen to the episode and find out what we think. Plus! news and speculation on the 50th anniversary special and other ramblings!

    Enjoy!

     



  • Kate Stewart Returns!

    8 April 2013 (3:34pm GMT)
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    The BBC has announced another cast member for the 50th anniversary episode and it is none other than The Brig’s daughter, Kate Stewart, as portrayed by Jemma Redgrave.

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  • "Cold War" Trailers

    7 April 2013 (2:05pm GMT)
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    The BBC and BBC America have released their trailers for the Mark Gatiss’ penned “Cold War” featuring the highly anticipated return of the Ice Warriors.


    The next time trailer from the end of “The Rings of Akhaten”

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  • Behind the Scenes Shorts

    7 April 2013 (2:01pm GMT)
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    Doctor Who Confidential may be gone, but for series 7b we’re getting some behind the scenes shorts from the BBC via YouTube.

     

    Behind the scenes of “The Rings of Akhaten”

    I missed this last week, but here is a behind the scenes look at “The Bells of Saint John”



  • Episode 37: Never Have to Wait for Breakfast

    4 April 2013 (8:12am GMT)
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    It’s the MadMan review of “The Bells of Saint John!”


    New Doctor Who is here! Sorry for a bit of weirdness with the sound on this one folks, but it was recorded whilst I am in England and for some reason that made Ewan sound like he was recording in some kind of tunnel stretching between Los Angeles and London.

    Anyway, before getting into our episode review, we talk quite a bit about all of the news and spoilers coming out fast and furious regarding the the 50th anniversary episode and then dive right into “The Bells of Saint John.” The usual gushing and conflicted feelings regarding Steven Moffat are ever present of course. Let me reiterate though, lost of spoilers and speculation going on in this episode so if you want to go into the next year fresh, you may want to point your ears elsewhere. But if you want to get excited about everythign 2013 holds for us please listen away and as always enjoy!



  • Matt and Jenna Introduce "The Rings of Akhaten"

    3 April 2013 (6:22pm GMT)
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    A very brief glimpse of the next episode with commentary from Matt and Jenna…

     



  • "Rings of Akhaten" Promo Pics

    3 April 2013 (2:01pm GMT)
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    The BBC has released a slew of new promo pictures from this weekend’s upcoming episode.

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  • Prequel to "The Bells of Saint John"

    23 March 2013 (3:09pm GMT)
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    One week to go and the Doctor is still looking for Clara….

    Also as a bonus Matt and Jenna vs Matt Mira and Jonah Ray in a preview of the new Nerdist tv show premiering after “The Bells of Saint John”



 
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