Tag Archive: Jon Pertwee
Greetings from the protectors and defenders of the vortex, with another homework update for those of you following along at home…
Friday Night Who this week on 5/4 is “The Mark Of The Rani” featuring the sixth Doctor, Colin Baker, and Peri.
Show number 71 is a comprehensive review of The Sarah Jane Adventures, Series 2.
5/11 sees Sylvester McCoy’s seventh Doctor return to Friday Night Who in his first story, “Time And The Rani”.
Our show that week (#72) is an Adversary Archive on The Rani, as we cover “The Mark Of The Rani”, “Time And The Rani”, and… sigh… I suppose we’ll feel obligated to mention that “Dimensions In Time” thing… again.
FNW on 5/18 jumps back to the third Doctor Jon Pertwee with “Frontier In Space”, the first story from the “Dalek War” box as it’s billed in North America.
And finally, our true discussion of all these Rogue Time Lords gets underway with Traveling The Vortex #73 as we discuss the life and times of The Meddling Monk, The War Chief, Omega, The Rani, The Master, and the Doctor himself in our adversary archive on Rogues and Renegades.
The last Friday Night Who of May, (5/25) concludes the Dalek War box with Jon Pertwee in “Planet Of The Daleks”.
And of course, what would episode 74 be without a horde of homicidal robots running amok? Our fourth Adversary Archive on the Daleks will cover “Frontier In Space”, “Planet Of The Daleks”, and Big Finish #7 “The Genocide Machine”
And beyond May? Well, if all goes well expect a discussion on all things Shada, the return of Tom Baker to the schedule, our first Doctor Who book reviews, and more…
Both are expected to be 1 disc releases and priced at $24.98 SRP each.
For details on bonus features check out their write up here.
Okay, as mentioned in this week’s show, here’s the update on your homework assignments if you’d like to follow along…
On 4/20 we’ll finish up the remaining 5 parts (6-10) of “The War Games” with second Doctor Patrick Troughton on Friday Night Who. We push play at midnight if you’d like to join us…
We’ll spend episode #69 covering the epic “The War Games”.
Friday Night Who on 4/27 will see us jump forward to Peter Davison’s fifth Doctor era for “Arc Of Infinity”.
And show number #70 will cover “Arc Of Infinity” and Big Finish #47 “Omega”.
On 5/4 our Friday Night Who will feature sixth Doctor, Colin Baker in “The Mark Of The Rani”
Here’s a milestone to set your clocks for, TTV #71 will be our reviews of series 2 of The Sarah Jane Adventures. This means you have 3 weeks to watch them!
FNW on 5/11 features seventh Doctor Sylvester McCoy in “Time And The Rani”
Episode #72 will be an Adversary Archive on The Rani, including our reviews of “Mark Of The Rani” and “Time And The Rani”
On 5/18 we’ll start the Dalek War box set on Friday Night Who with “Frontier In Space” staring third Doctor Jon Pertwee.
And Traveling The Vortex episode #73 brings all of the previous week’s villains back for an encore discussion of Rogues And Renegades in our Adversary Archive.
FNW 5/25 will be the second part of the Dalek War box, “Planet Of The Daleks” also featuring Jon Pertwee
Daleks on Friday Night Who? That can mean only one thing! Episode #74, Adversary Archive: The Daleks IV! Covering “Frontier In Space”, “Planet Of The Daleks”, and Big Finish #7 “The Genocide Machine (Dalek Empire 1)”
and on the horizon? All things Shada…
Tonight’s Friday Night Who is the John Pertwee story, The Sea Devils. Join us as Shaun finally watches this story, and Keith finishes it. Follow @travelvortex, @vortexshaun, @VortexKeith and @vortexglenn for the live tweet-a-long, and look for the #FridayNightWho and #TheSeaDevils hashtags starting at Midnight CDT!
Good morning! (Or Good afternoon or Good evening depending on your particular time zone) here’s an update on some of the fun things we have planned coming up on the really big show.
(Thanks, Mr. Sullivan!)
Friday Night Who this week is the just released in North America “The Robots Of Death – Special Edition” staring Tom Baker.
Show #65 is a big one. We’ll discuss new companion Jenna-Louise Coleman, our experiences at KC Planet Comicon, and hopefully have some live reports from The Official Doctor Who Convention in Cardiff from roving Traveling The Vortex reporter Philip Malkin.
For the One Year Anniversary of Friday Night Who on 3/30 we return to Jon Pertwee’s era with “The Sea Devils” (which means Shaun will finally get a chance to see it.)
Our planned companion archive for Leela gets bumped to the following show, #66 as we’ll review “The Face Of Evil” and “The Robots Of Death”
Then in APRIL we see the start of the Renegades, as our 4/6 Friday Night Who is “The Time Meddler” with William Hartnell.
Traveling The Vortex #67 will review “The Time Meddler” AND Big Finish #1 “Sirens Of Time”.
4/13 for Friday Night Who will be the first part of “The War Games” with Patrick Troughton. We’re only doing Parts 1-5 this week!
More Big Finish on the way for episode #68, a companion archive for Evelyn Smythe. Big Finish #6 “The Marion Conspiracy”, #9 “The Spectre Of Lanyon Moor”, and #22 “Bloodtide”.
On 4/20 we’ll finish up the remaining 5 parts of “The War Games” on Friday Night Who.
We’ll spend episode #69 covering the epic “The War Games”
Friday Night Who on 4/27 will see us jump forward to the Peter Davison era for “Arc Of Infinity”.
And show number #70 will cover “Arc Of Infinity” and Big Finish #47 “Omega”
That’ll take us all the way to May, so you’ve got your assignments outlined!
What’s that? You wanna know what’s up in May? Hmmm… More Renegades, Sarah Jane, and the return of everyone’s favorite pepper pots…
According to www.tvshowsondvd.com the BBC have announced two more titles to the line up for this year, “The Daemons” and “Carnival Of Monsters: Special Edition” both starring Jon Pertwee as the Third Doctor, and Katy Manning as Jo Grant. You can find more on the releases here.
These titles, likely to be released April 10th, join the already announced slate:
#007 “The Sensorites” – William Hartnell
#136 “The Caves Of Adrozani: Special Edition” – Peter Davison
#226 “The Doctor, The Widow And The Wardrobe” – Matt Smith (DVD & BLU RAY)
#037 “Tomb Of The Cybermen: Special Edition” – Patrick Troughton
#064 “The Three Doctors: Special Edition” – Jon Pertwee
#089 “Face Of Evil” – Tom Baker
#090 “Robots Of Death: Special Edition” – Tom Baker
It has to be scary, right? I mean… there’s a monster in it!
Scary or no, be sure to follow @vortexglenn, @VortexKeith, @vortexshaun and @travelvortex for the live tweet-a-long, and look for the #DoctorWho #TheMonsterOfPeladon #FridayNightWho hashtags!
Join @vortexglenn, @vortexshaun, @VortexKeith and @travelvortex and look for the #FridayNightWho and #TheCurseOfPeladon hashtags for the tweet-a-long, we push play at midnight, CST!
Hope 2012 is starting off great for everyone, we’ve got (we hope) some fun things planned for this year, starting with our show tonight, (#53) in which we’ll cover the first three Paul McGann audio adventures from Big Finish, #16 Storm Warning, #17 The Sword Of Orion, and #18 The Stones Of Venice.
There’s been a change in the program line up for Friday Night Who on 1/6, instead of our previously listed “The Seeds Of Death” we’ll be jumping ahead to “The Curse Of Peladon” with 3rd Doctor Jon Pertwee
Traveling The Vortex episode #54 has our discussion of the animated story “Dreamland” and the first of the specials, “The Next Doctor”.
Friday Night Who for 1/13 follows with the Pertwee adventure, “The Monster Of Peladon”
We continue working through the specials with TTV #55, covering “Planet Of The Dead” and “The Waters Of Mars”
Then Friday Night Who on 1/20 will be the delayed Patrick Troughton episode “The Seeds Of Death”
Our 56th episode will be an Adversary Archive featuring the fearsome Ice Warriors, as we go back and recap the last three weeks with “Curse Of Peladon”, “Monster Of Peladon” and “Seeds Of Death”
To round out January, join us on 1/27 for Friday Night Who featuring the last David Tennant story, “The End Of Time Part 1 and 2”
And then we’ll spend a whole episode talking about that epic story, (and the fact that Keith will have now seen ALL of new Who).
As always, thank you for listening!
Here on Traveling the Vortex we tend to discuss the variety that Doctor Who brings on the show. From actor’s different takes on the Doctor to the tone of various stories.
With Doctor Who returning this Saturday the great folks over at io9 wrote up an interesting article about how there are almost as many different shows within Doctor Who as there are regenerations. They even include video examples.
In this week’s episode we review four multi-Doctor stories, starting with the classic Third Doctor story, The Three Doctors. We follow that up with the less then stellar, The Two Doctors, and then the absolutely superb mini-episode, Time Crash. And to round things out, we talk a little about the multi-Doctor extravaganza, Dimensions in Time.
Oh, and of course news and your feedback! Enjoy!
Links mentioned in this episode:
Not much news going on this week, well of course with the exception of Keith moving in with Shaun, and now I only have a 2 minute commute as opposed to a 20 minute commute to record on Sunday. Can you tell how happy I am that Keith moved?
Also, your feedback!
* The Retraction Of Rassilon: Wanting to stem the flow of corrections early, we got into a bit of a quagmire over the name of Patrick Troughton’s son in this episode. Turns out he has 2, David Troughton is an actor who, among other credits played King Peladon in “The Curse Of Peladon” and his younger brother Michael Troughton is currently at work on a biography of his late father due out in November.
This is it. This is THE BIG ONE! #FridayNightWho tonight at midnight CDT features William Hartnell, Richard Hurndall, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker AND Peter Davison in #TheFiveDoctors. We’ll be watching the Special Edition version, so follow @vortexKeith, @vortexglenn @vortexshaun and @travelvortex for the Tweet-A-Long, and look for the hashtags!