Tony Jordan of DWAS fame joins us to look forward to the “Terrance Dicks – A Celebration” event on October 2nd.

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SHOWNOTES

(00:13:05) Many of the panels which take place at the DWAS Capitol conventions can be seen on their Youtube channel. The one involving Terrance Dicks’s surprise appearance and moderated by our own Allan is here.

(00:13:15) Postponed from its original date in March 2020 by CoVid, The Doctor Who Appreciation Society and The Whoovers, in partnership with the family of Terrance Dicks is delighted to be able to announce the return of our special event ‘Terrance Dicks – A Celebration’. This one day event will take place on Sunday 2nd October 2022 at Riverside Studios, Queen Caroline Street, Hammersmith, London. Doors will open at 1000 hrs with the event running 1100 – 1700 hrs. Tickets are £40 each (plus booking fee). Autographs will be available to purchase on the day, there will also be a photo studio run by TTL Productions. The event is to raise funds for Save The Children which, for many years, was Terrance’s chosen charity (and as such, a DWAS members discount is not available on this occasion). Tickets can be booked online at this link.

(00:14:47) The Whoovers was created in 1999 by a group of Doctor Who fans. They meet on the first Friday of every month at 19:30 at the QUAD, Market Place, Cathedral Quarter, Derby. DE1 3AS.

(00:45:40) A photo of Tony standing proudly by his new TARDIS on our Tumbler page here.

(00:47:22) Photos of the Doctor Who artwork on the Platinum Jubilee buses can be found on our Tumblr page here.

(00:53:09) “Expect the unexpected” – this audio clip is, of course, from “The Hitch-Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (Fit the Tenth).

(00:54:44) The “I should give it a minute” clip from “Carry On Spying” can be seen on our Youtube channel here.

(00:55:25) The “Fakir! Off!” clip from “Carry On Up The Khyber” can be seen on Youtube here.

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