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    Loads of Whospotting Goodness in my trawl through the DVD box sets of Hancock/Steptoe & Son.

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    Ah yes, we also watched a couple of Steptoe eps. No Whospotting, but Madeline Smith made up for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milky Tears View Post
    Loads of Whospotting Goodness in my trawl through the DVD box sets of Hancock/Steptoe & Son.
    The chap who played Mr Ollis in The Three Doctors was in quite a few of the Hancocks. Dennis Chinnery (Gharman in Genesis, and also appeared in the Chase and Twin Dilemma) did some too.

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    I've just been watching John Woodnut Duke of Forgill/Broton in an early 1975 episode of Public Eye. He was up to no good with a shady landlady.

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    Just a reminder that McCoy is The Lollipop Man on Doctors later today.

    THAT'S BBC1 ON MONDAY 13TH OCTOBER @ 1:45PM.

    As mentioned in DWM and on Den of Geek.

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    And by my ex-girlfriend.

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    He'll out act everyone on screen!

    Such is the level of acting in Doctors.

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    Let's hope the character he's playing is deaf, otherwsie we may be treated to another joyous "I HEEEEEEAAR YOU!"

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    It was quite funny. "I know you, aren't you Jon Pertwee?"

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    "I was before the sex change..."

    Keith Barron was in A Touch Of Frost last night.

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    Noel Clarke, Rudolph Walker & Courtney Pine at the MOBOs... no sign of Freema yet!

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    I was watching 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade' the other night, featuring, as it does, such Who luminaries as Julian Glover, Michael Sheard, Alexei Sayle, Isla Blair and Vernon Dobtcheff!

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    A radiant Brian Blessed on the Paul O'Grady Show this teatime, love- the man is clearly crackers but in the most entertaining way and ended up having his microphone knocked off him by a dog and with a beard full of dog slobber from his erstwhile Underdog Show partner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Tancredi View Post
    A radiant Brian Blessed on the Paul O'Grady Show this teatime, love- the man is clearly crackers but in the most entertaining way and ended up having his microphone knocked off him by a dog and with a beard full of dog slobber from his erstwhile Underdog Show partner.
    My hero.

    I spotted Daniel Peacock - Nord in 'Greatest Show' - in an episode of The Kenny Everett Television Show t'other night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Tancredi View Post
    A radiant Brian Blessed on the Paul O'Grady Show this teatime, love- the man is clearly crackers but in the most entertaining way and ended up having his microphone knocked off him by a dog and with a beard full of dog slobber from his erstwhile Underdog Show partner.

    crackers -- more like insane

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    I was watching the brilliant 'Yosser's Story' episode of 'Boys From The Blackstuff' last night when I spotted two future residents of New Earth - Struan 'Voice of the Face of Boe' Rodger, and Dona 'Matron Casp' Croll - alongside 'Battlefield's James Ellis.

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    My big sitcom marathon has now reached The Likely Lads.

    Anneke Wills and Michael Sheard both appear in 'The Other Side of the Fence'....









    alongside some wooden dude named Rodney Bewes.

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    I spotted some bloke called Nicholas Courtney in an episode of the Two Ronnies playing an army officer...for a change.

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    Caroline John's being a mean old bag who turns down a poor dog in need of a home in an appeal TV ad for a dog's charity

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    freema and russell tovey, were in that charles dickens thing on bbc1 last night..

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    A few weeks after a seemingly random and ad-libbed mention of David Tennant, there was a Dalek at a party in Neighbours recently.

    An oddly blue and red coloured inflatable one but a undeniably a Dalek.

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    Interesting to note that DT's finally reached Down Under. Kylie might have been involved in that along the line.

    I defy our critics...

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    Apparently Tom is the guest presenter on 'Have I Got News For You' tonight.

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    Indeed, and now he's on Little Britain USA

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    Poor Tommy B - trapped on an edition with one of the most boring MPs in existence and some upstart comedian trying to make a name for himself.

    Not quite up to BRIAN's standard, but pretty good.
    Bazinga !