Doctor Who Classic Series and DVDs

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If you are referring to Coronation Street, there are now TWO instances of railway rolling stock falling into the street from a canal.

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Mark wrote:
Thu Aug 26, 2021 8:19 pm


Anyway, just because "Who" is Sci-Fi, doesn't mean continuity isn't important, any TV programme that has had a long run needs continuity, it's natural, real life has it, so it's annoying when it's wrong on TV, that's why people try to make sense of it when it is contradicted.

Now that the Doctor and team seem to be able to change history I suppose they think that the changes would mess up continuity and don't care anymore.

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Continuity went out the window long ago.

What is rather pointless are the people who claim that the current continuity is the same thing as the original continuity.
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Any clue yet as to what the next blu ray collections might be?

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I don't think so, only rumours of either s16 or s20, but could be anything.!
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There's a suggestion, (due to a listing) that the next Blu-ray will be s17.

If true, then, in the name of Rassilon, can we PLEASE have an episodic "Shada"...!!!
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To digress briefly, Amazon have now added an extra option to the filters when you view your orders, 'Not Yet Dispatched'.

A result of complaints maybe?

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Perhaps they do listen!
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Doctor Who - The Collection - Season 17 - Limited Edition Packaging [Blu-ray] [2021] https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B09HNBC49Q/ ... UTF8&psc=1

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Episodic "Shada", at last!...the cliff hangers are back.
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Roobarbs:
If Jamie is the same age as the actor playing him, he would have been born about 1724. So if he had a long life and lived into his 90s, he could theoretically have still been alive during the Battle of Waterloo in 1815, and still living when The Mark of the Rani happened, in the early 1810s. If Theodore Maxtible and Edward Waterfield were also the same age as their actors, that would give them both birthdates of about 1811, so it'd be possible for them to be born during Jamie's lifetime too.

Ace and Salamander would have been born about the same year as well, circa 1970.

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while I eagerly await the 60s episodes being released on bluray I am looking forward to the animated colour version of Galaxy 4 this month. proper Doctor Who!

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