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GodfatherFazama

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Subject:  The return of Doctor Who to free-to-air TV

05/08/2003 03:38 GMT

What do people think?



This is a pretty big thing - and on at a bloody great time! I am impressed by the ABC for once, and think this bodes well for the profile of the show, it's fan's and the prospect of a renewal of the franchise.



I really enjoyed the repeat of An Unearthly Child in 1993 - the idea of accessing Who as a episodic broadcase is quite novel in this day and age! I'm excited!

 
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Subject:  Re: The return of Doctor Who to free-to-air TV

06/09/2003 15:40 GMT

There was also the same repeat in 98 for the 35th anniversary of the show.  I am glad that this time they will have the shows on at a reasonable hour.  When they last had a decent chunk of the series on I had to get up at 4:30 in the morning to watch it.  Not FUN



By the way, I am a new member.  I am 21 years old and am studying to become a teacher at Flinders University.  In my spare time I play basketabll, review films and do standup comedy.  please email me so that I can get to know some of you.



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Subject:  Re: The return of Doctor Who to free-to-air TV

10/09/2003 10:30 GMT

Hi James! Glad you can join us!



Yeah, a lot of people are grateful that the repeats are at a more "normal" hour! Though I had someone complain to me that it wasn't 6.30pm... because that was the "traditional" Doctor Who time on the ABC. I told them they were crazy...



It will be interesting to see what happens with club interest - as we are a general SF club with a focus on Doctor Who - will this become a more keen focus now? Who knows? Only a yoghurt!

 
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Subject:  Re: The return of Doctor Who to free-to-air TV

12/09/2003 14:07 GMT

What sort of yoghurt, aargh.  As a new person to this strange series I also can not wait to se it again for the first time. 



And what is this club you be talking about and where can I join you me maties, aargh.

 
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Subject:  Re: The return of Doctor Who to free-to-air TV

19/09/2003 14:21 GMT

I have forgotten how go it is, to see bad TV done well.

 
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Subject:  Re: The return of Doctor Who to free-to-air TV

23/09/2003 14:01 GMT

What is better to sit down and watch an entire story in one sitting or episode by episode on TV?

 
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Subject:  Re: The return of Doctor Who to free-to-air TV

24/09/2003 04:28 GMT


jestear date=23/09/2003 23:31 :



What is better to sit down and watch an entire story in one sitting or episode by episode on TV?




I'd rather watch it until my brain melts out through my ears, than wait  a whole day for the next episode


Never settle with words when a flamethrower is so much more fun ...
 
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Subject:  Re: The return of Doctor Who to free-to-air TV

24/09/2003 09:37 GMT

If it is a good story line, I want to see it complete - otherwise, I could wait for weeks/decades before I see another Tom Baker episode.



The only thing worse than a Tom Baker episode, is a Jon Pertwee episode.



Quick Igor, the brain mincer........

 
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Subject:  Re: The return of Doctor Who to free-to-air TV

24/09/2003 14:34 GMT

how could you say that about Pertwee, next you will be saying you are an adric fan?

 
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Subject:  Re: The return of Doctor Who to free-to-air TV

25/09/2003 12:17 GMT

Adric is sooooo cuuuuuute!!

 
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Subject:  Re: The return of Doctor Who to free-to-air TV

18/01/2004 11:40 GMT

Oi!  Leave Jon Pertwee alone. He was definately one of the better Doctors.. its not his fault if he suffered due to bad scripts



Jon Pertwee  the perfect gentleman Doctor

 

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