Thanks to BBCAmerica for informing me that today is The Doctor’s 47th Birthday.
In 1966, William Hartnell stepped down from the lead role in the beloved science fiction series, ‘Doctor Who’. Rather than simply recast the part, the production team came up with a solution that would ensure the series would run for years to come.
The Changing Face of Doctor Who
Here’s to another 47 years.
Happy Birthday, Doctor Who.
Has anyone seen this?
I had the misfortune to see last nights show and it was truly awful.
The host hardly said anything, it was all down to some other person in the rather one-sided conversation to come up with the ‘insights’ and when the host did get a turn to speak the most interesting thing to come out of her mouth was “I agree”.
I mean, WTF?!?
There was hardly any commentary to camera and what there was was just introducing a taped interview.
I’ve been a fan of this show since I was young. Barry Norman an Jonathan Ross presented the show really well, but after last nights performance I could happily never watch it again.
What a shame.