Tuesday, July 05, 2005

 

Nothing at the End of the Lane

One of the things about classic Doctor Who fandom is that the history of the show is so fascinating -- and that so many of the 1960s episodes no longer exist. Nothing at the End of the Lane is a terribly detailed look at issues relating to the restoration and research into all sorts of interesting things from the 1960s. If you're at all interested in strange and obscure Doctor Who production information -- and words like telesnaps are a part of your vocabulary -- Nothing at the End of the Lane is a good place to get deep into the subject.

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