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The Making of Howe's Transcendental Toybox
David J Howe explains how his research work turned into this extensive guidebook.
Intermission - A Very Special Tenth
Roger Anderson remembers the Tenth Anniversary of Doctor Who.
John Cura - Photographer of the Lost Archive
Richard Bignell uncovers the history of a man many fans have heard of, but know very little
about and looks at why we owe him so much.
Out of the Vaults Revisited!
Richard Molesworth and Mark Parmerter update the articles from DWM and look at some of
the recent discoveries of clips and episodes.
Doctor Who Reconstructed
The BBC's Michael Stevens discusses the details behind the MP3-CD release of The Power of
Derek Handley examined the differences between the Loose Cannon reconstructions of Marco
Polo and Day of Armageddon compared with the recently recoveries from the episodes.
Intermission - The Daleks' Master Plan
Richard Landen remembers this twelve part epic.
No Further Interest
Andrew Pixley looks at how the original videotape recordings were junked in the 1960s and
Withdrawn, De-Accessioned and Junked
Richard Bignell looks at the BBC documentation related to the junking of the 16mm
telerecordings during the 1970s.
Dr. Who Meets the Wizard of Enterprises
A light-hearted look at how the junkings were stopped by Robert Franks and Jeff Ovik.
Richard Bignell looks at how Doctor Who has been preserved on 8mm cine film.
Intermission - The Most Wonderful Things Glow from Within
Nick Seidler recalls happy hours watching fuzzy fan copies of old episodes.
Film & Video Reference: Seasons 4-6
Robert Franks and Matt Dale outline the archive status of footage for Seasons 4-6.
Colouring the Past
Stuart Humphryes brings the tele-snaps to life with a splash of colour.