Doctor who? The timelord’s companions from the 60s and 70s have their say - The Guardian
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Doctor who? The timelord’s companions from the 60s and 70s have their say - The Guardian

This is good. Give it a read.

Video: The Guardian interviews Doctor Who’s companions on life inside the TARDIS

Six of the actors who have played Doctor Who’s companions - Billie Piper (Rose Tyler), Karen Gillan (Amy Pond), Freema Agyeman (Martha Jones), Louise Jameson (Leela), Katy Manning (Jo Grant) and Carole Ann Ford (Susan Foreman) - discuss their experiences of the long-running BBC TV sci-fi show

The Guardian will also have interviews with even more companions in tomorrow’s (September 28) Weekend Magazine.

Video: The Guardian interviews Doctor Who’s companions on life inside the TARDIS

Six of the actors who have played Doctor Who’s companions - Billie Piper (Rose Tyler), Karen Gillan (Amy Pond), Freema Agyeman (Martha Jones), Louise Jameson (Leela), Katy Manning (Jo Grant) and Carole Ann Ford (Susan Foreman) - discuss their experiences of the long-running BBC TV sci-fi show

The Guardian will also have interviews with even more companions in tomorrow’s (September 28) Weekend Magazine.

thetelungbarrow:

Happy birthday, Carole Ann Ford!

The text reads “Happy Naming Day, Arkytior!” in a slightly modified form (for more canon accuracy) of this, in this Old High Gallifreyan script.

(Source: patrexes)

Video: BFI ‘Doctor Who: An Unearthly Child’ Event

with Waris Hussein, William Russell, Carole Ann Ford, Mark Gatiss, and more.

(Source: youtube.com)

Radio Times Writeup of the BFI’s first ‘Doctor Who at 50’ Screening
Radio Times has a great writeup of this past Saturday’s all star panel to celebrate the First Doctor at BFI Southbank:


Saturday was a big day for Doctor Who – the programme and fans – as the British Film Institute launched Doctor Who at 50, its year-long celebration of the Time Lord. Every month they’ll be screening a classic story for each Doctor and reuniting many luminaries from the world of Who.
To kick off, it was right back to the very beginning, to An Unearthly Child, the atmospheric four-part serial that launched the series on BBCtv in November and December 1963. And it was amazing how many guests were able to attend, people directly involved on that programme or with the era of the first Doctor, William Hartnell. They included (pictured above) William Russell and Carole Ann Ford (companions Ian and Susan) and Jeremy Young, who played the first villain….


Click through to read the entire piece.

Radio Times Writeup of the BFI’s first ‘Doctor Who at 50’ Screening

Radio Times has a great writeup of this past Saturday’s all star panel to celebrate the First Doctor at BFI Southbank:

Saturday was a big day for Doctor Who – the programme and fans – as the British Film Institute launched Doctor Who at 50, its year-long celebration of the Time Lord. Every month they’ll be screening a classic story for each Doctor and reuniting many luminaries from the world of Who.

To kick off, it was right back to the very beginning, to An Unearthly Child, the atmospheric four-part serial that launched the series on BBCtv in November and December 1963. And it was amazing how many guests were able to attend, people directly involved on that programme or with the era of the first Doctor, William Hartnell. They included (pictured above) William Russell and Carole Ann Ford (companions Ian and Susan) and Jeremy Young, who played the first villain….

Click through to read the entire piece.

"From the first (I think) ChicagoTARDIS con, although it had a different name."Back row: Ian Marter, Tom Baker, John Nathan Turner, Patrick Troughton (and beard), Peter Davison, Jon Pertwee and two people whom I cannot identify, but who are probably members of the crew. Front row: Janet Fielding, Elisabeth Sladen, Carole Ann Ford, Mark Strickson, Sarah Sutton, Louise Jameson, Mary Tamm and Nicola Bryant.
isayharrysullivan:

Details of this picture can be found at the source. 
Doesn’t Ian look jolly? hehe. This picture is pretty epic though, considering everyone who is in it. 

"From the first (I think) ChicagoTARDIS con, although it had a different name."

Back row: Ian Marter, Tom Baker, John Nathan Turner, Patrick Troughton (and beard), Peter Davison, Jon Pertwee and two people whom I cannot identify, but who are probably members of the crew. Front row: Janet Fielding, Elisabeth Sladen, Carole Ann Ford, Mark Strickson, Sarah Sutton, Louise Jameson, Mary Tamm and Nicola Bryant.

isayharrysullivan:

Details of this picture can be found at the source

Doesn’t Ian look jolly? hehe. This picture is pretty epic though, considering everyone who is in it. 




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