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    It's doube trouble for Doctor Who.
    ...as he comes across a lovely pair...
    Pity. I have no understanding of the word. It is not registered in my vocabulary bank. EXTERMINATE!

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    Dominic Glynn really was the best incidental music composer of late 80s Who.

    I've just got my handcuffs and my truncheon and that's enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiHart View Post
    Dominic Glynn really was the best incidental music composer of late 80s Who.
    I so want to agree with that as I love every score that he did, but I equally love every score that Mark Ayres did!

    I think I like Mark's style better as it's more like the kind of thing that i would do but I think Dominic's stories scores all sound very different from each other where as elements of Ghost light and Fenric do sound similar!

    Oh God it's the random thread, quick think of something random....err......

    "Oh well; now I'll never know if I was right"!

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    Love this (and can't think of anywhere better to put it):

    Eternal Dalek announced as new Daybreak host!

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    Was Elisabeth Sladen paid tribute in last year's BAFTAs? She seemed to have been missed off the "Those we have lost" tribute from this years.

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    She would've been due for a mention on last year's TV BAFTAs as she died a few weeks before but I seem to recall some anger from many fans that neither she or Nick Courtney got a mention.

    I loved the way during last night's obituary reel they combined the mentions of David Croft and Philip Madoc using the same clip from Dad's Army.

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    "In the manner that one talks to sick relatives, Romana patiently asked what all this had to do with Zargo and Camilla."

    I've just got my handcuffs and my truncheon and that's enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiHart View Post
    "In the manner that one talks to sick relatives, Romana patiently asked what all this had to do with Zargo and Camilla."
    You are obsessed with that recording Mr Hart; you need help!

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    The TARDIS was faint, was erratic to say the least.

    Si.

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    We all know I'm skipping straight to the "Have you been asked..." question.

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    There are far too many Crocs in that photo - and I'm not referring to 'old' ones!

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    You could right a thesis on the footwear going on there. Which is worse, Tom's pink socks or Colin's cheap plastic shoes, the sort you find stuffed in a bin on Walton pier?

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    Colin is a Crocs devotee. He always wears them, no matter the occassion!
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    Is Tom Baker "burping" the seventh Doctor?!

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    Tom's as mad as several hatters, he can get away with pink socks. Crocs though...

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    Crocs are so 2007...

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    2007 BC at that!

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    It's amazing, when you think about it... we've got more Doctors alive right now than we have at any other time during the show.

    It'd be absolutely marvellous if someone could get all Eight surviving Doctors together on stage. Still, it's a bloody miracle that someone managed to get Tom on stage with any of the others!

    Do you know what they call me in the ancient legends of the Dalek homeworld? The Oncoming Storm.

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    Genesis of the BLOODY Daleks!

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    @Ant!

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    The Terror Version is still my favourite Variation on a Theme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiHart View Post
    The Terror Version is still my favourite Variation on a Theme.
    Agreed; I especially love what he did with the middle 8!

    I also like the way once it picks up the pace that the shortened version of the melody just loops round and round with the last note of each bit being the first note of the next bit - I know what I mean if nobody else does!!!

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    What was the question again?

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