Infiltrate The Hub of Doctor Who spin-off Torchwood
Armed and extremely dangerous
Investigate The Sarah Jane Adventures
Fearless in the face of adversity
Call on Dani’s House
Harmer’s a charmer
Intercept the UFO fabsite
Defending the Earth against alien invaders!
Uncover the secrets of the Dollhouse
Programmable agent Echo exposed!
Naughty but nice
Dressed to kill or damsels in distress?
Charmed, to be sure!
The witches of San Francisco
Take on t.A.T.u.
All the way from Moscow
Proceed to the Luther website
John and Jenny discuss their next move
DCI Banks is on the case
You can bet on it!
On The Grid with Spooks
Secret agents of Section D
Bridge to Hustle
Life on Ashes To Ashes
Coppers with a chequered past
Claire’s no Exile
Vexed is back on the beat!
Mismatched DI Armstrong and bright fast-tracker Georgina Dixon
Medium, both super and natural
Open the door to your dreams
Who’s that girl? (350-picture Slideshow)
Thursday, 1 September 2005
Another picture which brought a smile to the faces of my family! I'm sure I don't need to say WHO is pictured!! Suffice it to say that I found this marvellous parody on one of my frequent surfing expeditions and it's just too good a drawing to keep to myself!!!
I consider myself fortunate to have watched the science fiction television series Doctor Who from the very beginning. I prefer the programme’s early years from which my favourite story is the Patrick Troughton serial Fury From The Deep. I am also an admirer of Gerry Anderson’s puppet shows and successive live-action series, from Fireball XL5 to Space Precinct and beyond! My pick is an episode of UFO entitled The Psychobombs. I am currently addicted to US supernatural drama Medium while, in film, I’ve always adored the gothic horror of Hammer. On first hearing Roxy Music’s Virginia Plain, music, both popular and classical, became the major force in my life, so much so that I gained a BA in the subject from Nottingham University and an M.Mus in composition from Goldsmiths, University of London. Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 In C Minor - The Resurrection and Stravinsky’s The Rite Of Spring are favoured scores. Aladdin Sane by David Bowie is probably my favourite rock album. Singles of choice are Mott The Hoople’s All The Young Dudes, Steve Harley And Cockney Rebel’s Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me) and No More Heroes by The Stranglers.