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Elisabeth Sladen: The Autobiography by Elisabeth Sladen
This book is an excellent insight in Doctor Who. The biggest insight however? Well it is that Jon Pertwee was a bit of a annoying man really. That is the main thing that you get whenever Liz remembers him. He even hits her at one point! That made me feel less warm to him then I used to when I think back to him leaning in his field in his scarecrow outfit. She did love Tom Baker though, but most certainly thought Pertwee was a fool. She does show sadness when he dies though, but you really do get the feeling that she had to tolerate him all through Who. Anyway, a great book-read it.
Adventures with the Wife in Space: Living With Doc&hellip by Neil Perryman
I saw this book in WH Smith and thought by the cover that it looked a a lot of fun. Fast forward a week later and I was on my kindle when I remembered the book I had seen which amused me. So I downloaded it and set aside some time the next evening to read it. The book straight away pulls you in. It helps of course if you like or have a basic understanding of Doctor Who but you don't have to, the humour is strong enough to make you turn the pages with a smile on your face. Neil is a very likeable person and his wife Sue (who is the real star of the book) is a hoot, making some great one liners and perhaps giving the most genuine comments about some of Doctor Who that fans would be too… Read more
Frenzy [Blu-ray] [1972] [Region Free] <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Jon Finch
This is one of Hitchcock's best films. It is a shame not many people are familiar with it. The tension in the film never lets up, the acting is brilliant and the ending is one of Hitchcock's very best. Look out for the scene in the lorry with a bag of potatoes, a corpse and a necktie. Brilliant scene. Oh, and the camera movement Hitchcock uses to pan back from the room when the murder takes place right down the stairs and out into the street. The blu ray quality is very good, you can see every bead of sweat and indeed, every potato! As Rusk would have said the blu ray is "LOVELY!"