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Doctor Who The Handbook

Author : David J. Howe
ISBN : 0426205162
Genre : Fiction
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After the success of the fourth, sixth, first, fifth and third "Doctor" handbooks, Stammers and Walker have applied their undisputed talent for research and documentation to one of the most fondly remembered eras of Britain's greatest science fiction show.
Category: Fiction

Doctor Who Guide 1 3

Author : compiled from Wikipedia pages and published by Dr Googelberg
ISBN : 9781291079814
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Patrick Troughton

ISBN : 0992953804
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Doctor Who

Author : Alan Kistler
ISBN : 9781493000166
Genre : Performing Arts
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Premiering the day after the JFK assassination, Doctor Who humbly launched one of the entertainment world’s first super-brands. We begin with a look at TV programming of the day and the original pitch documents before delving into the Daleks, which almost didn’t make the cut but inspired many monsters to follow. After three years, First Doctor William Hartnell left, prompting the BBC to recast their hit rather than end it, giving us the first “regeneration” and making TV history. We follow the succession of Doctors—including Third Doctor Jon Pertwee, exiled to Earth and targeted by the Master—and see how the program reflected the feminism of the 1970s while gaining mainstream popularity with Fourth Doctor Tom Baker . . . until declining support from the BBC eventually led to cancelation. Fan outcry saved the series only for it to suffer a repeat cancelation. Yet many continued to enjoy the Whoniverse in syndication, novels, audio dramas, and Doctor Who Magazine. Paul McGann impressed many as the Eighth Doctor in a 1996 TV movie, but it failed to reignite the series. A new age dawned in 2005 with Ninth Doctor Christopher Eccleston and a serious special effects budget before Tenth Doctor David Tennant helped rocket the series to international popularity and a new era of spinoffs. With Eleventh Doctor Matt Smith, the show became a bona fide success here in America. Following the program’s fiftieth anniversary, Whovians will meet the Twelfth Doctor, ushering in yet another era for the unstoppable Time Lord. Featuring discussions of concepts and characters, with insights from producers, writers, and actors from across the years, here is a rich, behind-the-camera investigation into the dazzling multiverse of Doctor Who.
Category: Performing Arts

Doctor Who And History

Author : Carey Fleiner
ISBN : 9781476666563
Genre : Performing Arts
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When Sydney Newman conceived the idea for Doctor Who in 1963, he envisioned a show in which the Doctor and his companions would visit and observe, but not interfere with, events in history. That plan was dropped early on and the Doctor has happily meddled with historical events for decades. This collection of new essays examines how the Doctor's engagement with history relates to Britain's colonial past, nostalgia for village life, Norse myths, alternate history, and the impact of historical decisions on the present.
Category: Performing Arts

Toward An Integrated Medicine

Author : Ann Maxwell Eward
ISBN : 0880487275
Genre : Medical
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The book includes 19 seminal, excellent articles published between 1959 and 1979 selected for inclusion here by the American Psychosomatic Society Publications Committee. These articles were chosen based on their merit, importance for the field, and excellent argumentation and because they are a springboard to further research.
Category: Medical