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    Whilst you’re sobbing into your cereal, dry your eyes (mate) and tell me who this is:-




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    Crikey, I must be coming down with something if I got yesterday right!!

    I think it's wearing off though - I was sure today's face was Andy Crane... until I scrolled down past the hairline!

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    Maybe because Fang Rock had already been an answer many people thought it wouldn’t come up again. Fiendish!


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    I didn't even consider Fang Rock. I was sure it was the Doctor being buried in the hopper at the end of part one of The Robots of Death.
    I’m being extremely clever up here and there’s no one to stand around looking impressed! What’s the point in having you all?

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    I thought it was the end of Pyramids of Mars!

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

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    Oh my Giddy Aunt - prizes! I forgot all about them!

    3rd place is the enigmatic......



    Mystery prize.

    I hope you wear them with pride


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    For 2nd place ...... a Doctor a day keeps the apple away. If the 7th Doctor didn’t say that he should have done.




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    And for 1st place this year we’re avoiding the major tax avoider and going with these instead for an e-voucher. Happy Reading




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    Quote Originally Posted by SiHart View Post
    I thought it was the end of Pyramids of Mars!
    Another one I didn't consider!
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    A mention in dispatches to Jonno for our first Leslie Crowther sighting of the year

    Yesterday’s impossibly young chap was in fact MICHAEL CRAWFORD.


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    Today really is fiendish one .... and if I’m saying that....

    Which 2 non-Target Doctor Who books are these two snippets from:-




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    Fiendish? This was easy compared to Michael Crawford!

    This has not been a good week!

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

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    Here’s yesterday’s answer:-



    Ah The Unfolding Text. The most indigestible Doctor Who read ever. For me it came off the back of the most digestible Doctor Who read ever. Destiny of the Daleks of course! Bless yer Terrance!


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    Welcome to Day 20 - and we haven't had a 2 Doc montage yet, so I'm going to rectify that right now! Doctors 1 and 4 seem to be blowing bubbles together. But can you identify the 2 mixed up stories here???

    https://soundcloud.com/nyder_noises/20a/s-UXy5Z

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    Just to say you didn't actually specify that yesterday's images were from book covers. Obviously that may have been intentional...

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    The post does say they were from two non-Target book covers...

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    The post does only say books but I just assumed it was covers we were looking for anyway.
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    I read The Unfolding Text this year. Its a very interesting book... Took me back to my English Lit day at Uni. It was very like some of my textbooks!

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    I was only in my early teens when I first read it - maybe I should re-visit it!


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    Sorry if I put anyone's nose out of joint with my earlier comment.
    As I've mentioned previously I've been ill on and off since the start of the month and yesterday wasn't a good day for various other reasons. Thankfully today is a much better day.

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    Yesterday’s stories amongst the bubbles were:-

    THE DALEKS’ MASTER PLAN
    UNDERWORLD


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    Welcome to Day 21. It’s nearly over! Back to the Target Doctor Who novelisations today. Here is a mish-mash of chapter headings from one book. But which one??




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    Here are the scores after Day 20:-



    There’s still 7 points up for grabs, so it’s tight at the top ... and indeed the bottom. Hell its tight everywhere


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    Oo-er missus!

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    Do we have until tomorrow or Monday to ponder today's ponderous ponderor, Mr Nyder sir? (I'm not sure that an extra 24 hours will make a scat of difference, but I just thought I'd check when I need to send you a wild flailing stab in the dark by.)

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