☆ Doctor Who ✓ Download by ã Alan Kistler

☆ Doctor Who ✓ Download by ã Alan Kistler Airing The Day After JFK S Assassination, The First Episode, An Unearthly Child, Humbly Launched One Of The Entertainment World S First Super Brands We Begin With A Look At The Programming Of The Day And The original Pitch Documents For This Family Show Before Delving Into The Daleks, Which Almost Didn T Make The Cut After Three Years, St Doctor William Hartnell Left, Prompting The BBC To Recast Their Hit Rather Than Ending It, Giving Us The First Regeneration And Making Television History We Follow The Succession Of Doctors Including Rd Doctor Jon Pertwee, Exiled To Earth With His Moriarty In The Master And See How The Program Reflected The Feminism Of The S While Gaining Mainstream Popularity With Th Doctor Tom Baker Until Declining Support From The BBC Led To Cancelation Yet Millions Worldwide Continued To Enjoy The Whoniverse In Syndication, Novels, Audio Dramas, Comics And Doctor Who Magazine A New Age Dawned In With Th Doctor Christopher Eccleston And A Serious Special Effects Budget Th Doctor David Tennant Helped Rocket The Series Back To International Popularity And A New Era Of Spinoffs With Matt Smith As Th Doctor, The Show Has Become A Success Here In America, Where It Was Long Considered Just A Cult Classic Featuring Discussions Of The Show S Concepts And Characters And Interviews And Insights From Producers, Writers, And Actors From Across The Years Current And Former Editors And Writers Of Doctor Who Magazine And The Titular Heroes Themselves, Here Is A Rich, Behind The Camera Investigation Into The Dazzling Multiverse Of Doctor Who Does what says on tin but that is just peachy It is a fun read and fast with lots of random information Having never seen any Classic Who, it was super fun to learn about how the show was imagined, how it grew, and all of the tidbits about the various actors chosen for the role As it stops at Matt Smith, it is even interesting that the last chapter deals with the idea of a female Doctor and various actors takes on the concept The same ones who have been 100% supportive of the casting choice were back then, too The one who spoke somewhat dismissively of it then is the same one that did now.
books about Doctor Who are a cottage industry This isn t surprising, considering the scope of the show, its record breaking timespan, and the ravenous nature of Whovians There are hundreds of titles centered on and in the Whoniverse most are fiction commissioned by the BBC as tie in materials, while a great many others are unauthorized fan fiction and criticism The rarest beast is the authorized non fiction, of which this is a shining example Doctor Who A History is an authorized work, and as such tries its best to stick to the facts, of which there are many It is not a treatise on the value of Doctor Who, but a clear, concise history of the show s creation, production, setbacks, and transformations It takes a lot of restraint to distill 50 years into a couple hundred pages or about ten hours of audio, in this case , and Kistler certainly holds back in a good way He

This was fantastic While this might not be entirely comprehensive considering the page count the amount of information covered is impressive This book is about 3 4 Classic Doctor Who, which I loved As someone who has only had the opportunity to watch a few of the classic episodes I thoroughly enjoyed recaps of the most important and interesting stories I loved seeing how the character progressed and developed over the years It is amazing to find out how close the show came on several occasions to becoming something vastly different than the show we love today I would read some terrible idea and even though I knew it was never carried through it still got me a little fired up.
This book really made me appreciate Doctors that I previously had very little interest in such as Colin Baker s Doctor The greatest part of this book is that A look back at fifty years of Doctor Who, profiling the tenures of each of the 13 Doctors you can t not count John Hurt, despite what Nine through Twelve say , their companions, and their most notable adventures Most interesting to me were the tales of what happened behind the scenes what the early actors went through to immortalize a children s show, how the BBC began to disown it as ratings slipped in the 1980 s, how the Eighth Doctor came to be, and how the modern series finally got kicked off A really nice summary of one of my all time favorite shows.

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