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  1. "Mary Whitehouse will never accept this" : A Dr Who Production History (Inspired by Guajolote)

    The Doctor, Leela, Arthur, Guinevere and Lancelot are in the round table room discussing the situation. Its a raiding party of 100 or so picts. Arthur theorises that they are trying to ascertain Camelot's defences. Arthur instructs Lancelot to ready perimeter whilst Guinevere and Leela leave for...
  2. "Mary Whitehouse will never accept this" : A Dr Who Production History (Inspired by Guajolote)

    "The Other....you can't be. You don't exist. You're a myth" "If I'm a myth then why am I standing here? My role on Gallifrey was as a kind of threat, almost like the boogeyman on Earth. But my real task was as field commander of the CID. I had a direct link to the Matrix and would keep the CID...
  3. "Mary Whitehouse will never accept this" : A Dr Who Production History (Inspired by Guajolote)

    Ah, that's on the banana-shaped world ;)
  4. "Mary Whitehouse will never accept this" : A Dr Who Production History (Inspired by Guajolote)

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  5. "Mary Whitehouse will never accept this" : A Dr Who Production History (Inspired by Guajolote)

    "Who are you?" demands the Doctor Merlin places his hands on a panel on the TARDIS console and beckons the Doctor to do the same on his side. "Contact" says Arthur "Contact" replies the Doctor. A telepathic link between The Doctor, Arthur and the TARDIS is triggered. The Doctor is assailed by...
  6. "Mary Whitehouse will never accept this" : A Dr Who Production History (Inspired by Guajolote)

    And now following in the footsteps of @Guajolote here is the title sequence to Doctor Who: Resistance.
  7. "Mary Whitehouse will never accept this" : A Dr Who Production History (Inspired by Guajolote)

    As The Doctor walks around the room he suddenly is felled by some invisible object. He kneels on the floor shouting and groaning before passing out. Arthur calls for assistance. 4 Guards led by Sir Lancelot enter the chamber and carry the doctor out. Later on the Doctor awakes back in his...
  8. "Mary Whitehouse will never accept this" : A Dr Who Production History (Inspired by Guajolote)

    Battlefield did show hitherto unseen aspects of the Doctor's character and Lungbarrow finished with the Doctor saying he hadn't been Merlin yet. This chapter of the timeline will take those elements and will link in with OTL The Brain Of Morbius as well as the first doctor's esacpe to earth...
  9. "Mary Whitehouse will never accept this" : A Dr Who Production History (Inspired by Guajolote)

    The Doctor and Arthur return to the Round table where Leela is eating a heavy meal alongside Queen Guinevere who also knows the Doctor. The Doctor explains what has happened and that he needs help. Arthur understands and says that Camelot is at his disposal including his chambers. The Doctor is...
  10. "Mary Whitehouse will never accept this" : A Dr Who Production History (Inspired by Guajolote)

    The Doctor and Leela are escorted to bed chambers to rest. Normally the Doctor doesn't sleep but he is so exhausted and confused that he collapses. He has strange dreams or are they memories?... The following morning Arthur enters the chamber. "I said we would meet again" "I don't understand...
  11. "Mary Whitehouse will never accept this" : A Dr Who Production History (Inspired by Guajolote)

    HAVEN The TARDIS lands on Earth in the 9th century. The Doctor is confused as he had set the co-ordinates for modern day Earth to drop Leela off. He tries to dematerialise again but the console shuts down and the doors open. The Doctor and Leela step out and find themselves in what looks like...
  12. "Mary Whitehouse will never accept this" : A Dr Who Production History (Inspired by Guajolote)

    DOCTOR WHO:RESISTANCE Lungbarrow was effectively the pilot for the series of movies. An outraged Doctor discovers that he was brainwashed by the timecards through their CID (Celestial Intervention Agency) to inform on his family who were prominent voices against the Gallifreyan's war with the...
  13. "Mary Whitehouse will never accept this" : A Dr Who Production History (Inspired by Guajolote)

    Its a horrible phrase to use but my rationale was to turn Dr Who into "event television". The financial concerns of the 1980's plus the changes to British Television necessitated a shift in the show's path. TV programming was increasingly expensive and Grade wanted to axe the show enitirely. I...
  14. "Mary Whitehouse will never accept this" : A Dr Who Production History (Inspired by Guajolote)

    "You stand there in all your pomposity and your finery and you claim to have my best interests at heart! You made me spy on my own people and betray my family and for what, because they dissented to what was going on? We lost our ability to reproduce because the Time Lords thought they could...
  15. "Mary Whitehouse will never accept this" : A Dr Who Production History (Inspired by Guajolote)

    Series 22 Destiny Of The Daleks The Doctor and Leela land on a moon where he finds the Daleks are in a civil war with each other. It turns out that the rebel Daleks are are as a result of the actions of his second generation (The Power Of The Daleks) Peladon Arise In the far future Peladon is a...
  16. "Mary Whitehouse will never accept this" : A Dr Who Production History (Inspired by Guajolote)

    "The Mayall-Jackson years. Always a controversial era of the show. Ground breaking in some ways but also heartbreaking in others but not something you could tear away from. From the format of the show to the doing away with everything that had gone before then returning to the status quo (or the...
  17. "Mary Whitehouse will never accept this" : A Dr Who Production History (Inspired by Guajolote)

    Well Red Dwarf started in 1988 so... "Rik did a lot of research into Dr Who. He and I sat down and watched some of the older episodes. One story we watched as The WarGames, Patrick Troughton's last story. It revealed a lot of the secrets about the Doctor, why he left Gallifrey etc. What we...
  18. "Mary Whitehouse will never accept this" : A Dr Who Production History (Inspired by Guajolote)

    "British television was changing in the mid 1980's. You had the likes of cheap second hand programming from the US and Australia coming into the UK as well as the first stirrings of satellite television. Money was and still is a major issue. When it came to Doctor Who there was an issue. Michael...
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