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    I know just what you mean!

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

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    What was the question again?
    Lol at Ant!

    Si.

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    According to the new Radio Times, you won't find these together in the same room...

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    What?!!! As look-a-likes go, that's pretty desparate.
    Pity. I have no understanding of the word. It is not registered in my vocabulary bank. EXTERMINATE!

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    Brian Hibbard (Flying Pickets, Delta And The Bannermen) has unfortunately died.

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    Crossrail bulldozes the British Space Program!

    http://www.ianvisits.co.uk/blog/2012...film-location/

    There's progress for you
    Pity. I have no understanding of the word. It is not registered in my vocabulary bank. EXTERMINATE!

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    Don't use my name on an open channel.

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

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    A name like yours, I can see why you'd feel that way...

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    You see, it makes sense now they've finished it.
    Pity. I have no understanding of the word. It is not registered in my vocabulary bank. EXTERMINATE!

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    London is the death zone then!

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    Sue Perkins interviewed in this week's Radio Times:-



    I knew there was a reason I liked her :-)

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    "Frazer's in there and he hasn't closed the door."

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    I bet it stinks.

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    It was a number one.

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    "Amazon Recommends The Krotons"

    (Doctor to Patient voice) Yes, I'm sure you do Amazon!

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    Christopher Eccleston has been cast as "Malekith The Accursed" in the new Thor movie.

    In the comics he looks like this:



    So I think we can all see straight away why they thought Eccleston would be perfect for the role
    "RIP Henchman No.24."

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    Maybe that's what he looked like when he found out the BBC had quoted things he never said in that press release.

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    Ah, those things in press releases that they never said! That's why Sylvester's playing Superman then!

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    I don't know if this has been mentioned before but I've just found out that Henry Lincoln, co-creator of the Yeti and the Brigadier, is responsible for the nonsense that eventually became the Da Vinci Code industry. He co-authored the book The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail (the basis for Dan Brown's book) from a discovery he made from reading a French Thriller novel and even wrote and presented three Chronicle documentaries for the BBC on the subject.

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    I think I learned of that when reading About Time 2. I'm not sure how widely known it is though; although I suspect a lawsuit must have been at the very least contemplated...

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.R. Southall View Post
    I think I learned of that when reading About Time 2. I'm not sure how widely known it is though; although I suspect a lawsuit must have been at the very least contemplated...
    As someone with a general interest in the works of one of Lincoln's co-authors (Michael Baigent), I can say that Baigent and Richard Leigh (the third co-author) did bring a lawsuit against Dan Brown for plagiarism, which they then lost. Henry Lincoln, on the other hand, didn't participate in the lawsuit, and simply enjoyed all the royalties that came from the extra publicity and enhanced that the book got from the lawsuit! Shrewd man, really!

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    They lost their appeal too and ended up having to pay 70 odd % of Browns costs. Something like abou5 3 million pounds. Lincoln did the right thing staying out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Williams View Post
    As someone with a general interest in the works of one of Lincoln's co-authors (Michael Baigent), I can say that Baigent and Richard Leigh (the third co-author) did bring a lawsuit against Dan Brown for plagiarism, which they then lost. Henry Lincoln, on the other hand, didn't participate in the lawsuit, and simply enjoyed all the royalties that came from the extra publicity and enhanced that the book got from the lawsuit! Shrewd man, really!
    Wow, thanks for that (and Paul). Lincoln's lack of involvement probably explains why I hadn't remembered or hadn't read about that part of the story. He obviously came out of it far better than the other two!

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    A slightly puzzling question, but....when was The Doctor & River Song's first kiss?

    Was it...

    a) At the end of Day Of The Moon?

    b) When she kisses him with the poison lipstick in Let's Kill Hitler (or kisses him back to life)?

    c) At their wedding?

    And when was their last?
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    In who's timeline?
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