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Doctor Who - Cryptobiosis: Big Finish Writer Interview - Blooper Reel!
Out-takes from the 2006 interview with Elliot Thorpe. Interview conducted by Dane Pestano.
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Doctor Who - Cryptobiosis: Big Finish Writer Interview Part 1 of 2
An interview from 2006 with Elliot Thorpe, writer of Big Finish's Doctor Who - Cryptobiosis. Interview conducted by Dane Pestano. (Two parts.)
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Doctor Who - Big Finish - Legend Of The Cybermen - Episode One - Review
I just finished watching episode one of this
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Doctor Who Classic Action Figure Adventures:The Children of January Tralier
Doctor Who Classic Action Figure Adventures:The Children of January Tralier When The Doctor and Peri Are called to Earth By A Random Signel They Start to Realize That An Old Enermie of The Doctor's Is Coming Back But Who........
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How do I get to be a Dr Who writer?
Segment from an interview with Dr Who writer Terrance Dicks. See the full interview on Meet the Author. http://www.slcn.tv/meet-author-terrance-dicks
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GallifreyOne 2010: Jason Haigh-Ellery, Big Finish Productions Executive Producer
This is a treat: my interview with Jason Haigh-Ellery, Executive Producer of Big Finish Productions, source of the Doctor Who audio adventures since 1999. Jaon discusses current Doctor Who from BFP, other licenses and a few hints of the future.
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Episode 113 - Special Guest Interview John Ainsworth of Big Finish and Destiny of the Doctor
I am sad to say while recording this episode we had a major thunderstorm that played havoc with our equipment and bandwidth, so some of the sound is sketchy at times. We will be doing a follow up interview on a non-stormy with John once Destiny of the Doctor has finished.
Aqua Dragons
Aqua Dragons are real live aquatic creatures that you can hatch and grow at home. Their scientific name is Artemia Salinas, and they have been living in the sea and salty lakes for millions of years; right back to the time when dinosaurs roamed the Earth! From the crustacea family, Aqua Dragons look like tiny three eyed, long tailed, hairy headed dragons that grow up to 2cm long. Their eggs have an amazing capacity called cryptobiosis which means they can dry out and stay alive only to hatch many years later. Tests have found that eggs kept in air sealed containers for up to 20 years still hatched when they were returned to water. The Aqua Dragons line of products enables children and animal lovers of all ages to hatch and grow a generation of these amazing creatures at home.Just add water and they miraculously hatch within just 2-3 days. Initially your hatchlings will be microscopic but within 5-7 days you should be able to see them. They are fascinating to watch as they swim and play graciously in their aquatic underwater world. The experience also includes signing a responsible Aqua Dragons ownership certificate, learning about the life cycle and anatomy of the creatures while you watch them hatch, grow through the naupuli stage to adults, eat, play and reproduce. The perfect first pet.
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