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  Jubilee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jubilee is a year of celebration and forgiveness originally held every 50 years in both Judaism—see Jubilee (Biblical)—and Christianity—see Jubilee (Christian).
Jubilee USA, the USA based arm of the Jubilee movement for debt cancellation and poverty reduction
Jubilee was the name given to the demo version of the Beatles song Junk.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Jubilee   (201 words)

 Doctor Who LogBook - Audio Adventures 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The seventh Doctor is troubled by his inability to remember any of this, but when the aliens return in force, he may be in worse trouble than he thought when his sixth self is the first to die in the attack.
Doctor Who Audio Adventures, and later launched the metal monsters in their own range of audios, it was decided early on that Davros, their twisted Kaled creator, wouldn't be coming along for the ride.
For the 30th anniversary in 1993, former Doctor Who TV producer John Nathan-Turner attempted to piece together those portions of the story that had been filmed before a strike at the BBC left the entirety of Shada on the cutting room floor, never to be broadcast, filling the gaps with new narration by Tom Baker.
www.thelogbook.com /tardis/audio/2003.htm   (8257 words)

 Outpost Gallifrey: Doctor Who FAQ
Doctor Who is the longest-running science fiction television series in the history of broadcasting, a series that began on the BBC1 network in the United Kingdom in November 1963 and ran until 1989...
The Doctor, who is in reality a Time Lord from the far-future civilization on the planet Gallifrey, now travels time and space fighting the forces of darkness, taking on traveling companions from places he visits who join him on his adventures.
Who are Evelyn Smythe, Charley Pollard, Erimem, Frobisher and C'rizz?
www.gallifreyone.com /whofaq.php   (6133 words)

 Dalek - Tardis - A Wikia wiki
This contrasts with some of his earlier dealings with the Daleks; for example the Second Doctor attempted to instil a "human factor" in Daleks (The Evil of the Daleks) and the Fourth Doctor hesitated when presented with the opportunity to destroy the Daleks at the point of their creation (Genesis of the Daleks).
Cushing's Doctor is not an alien, but a human inventor, and is literally named "Doctor Who." The movies used brand new Dalek props, based closely on the original design but with a wider range of colours.
Daak was a convicted criminal in the 25th century who was given the choice between execution and being sent on a suicide mission against the Daleks.
tardis.wikia.com /wiki/Dalek   (1871 words)

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Jubilee confirms the 40th year is going to be very special as far as BF are concerned.
The latter element is probably the one Jubilee has most in common with the earlier Holy Terror and IMO it's done in a more dramatically satisfying way here - mainly because of what he does with the crowd in a climactic 'rally' scene.
Jubilee's 'overwritten' notion works primarily like it does in Ackroyd's writing - the story telling us that history repeats itself, but so strongly here that past and present actually merge together (in terms of the palimpsest metaphor, this would be like the new script precisely overlaying the earlier one so that they're indistinguishable).
www.pagefillers.com /dwrg/jubilee.htm   (7715 words)

 Doctor Who LogBook - Audio Adventures 2002   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
But the Doctor soon discovers that the network is in the hands of the vicious Beep the Meep, a cute but bloodthirsty creature who plans to bring the people of Earth under his mind control by embedding subliminal instructions into his new children's program.
Notes: The traditional Doctor Who opening theme is not heard at the beginning of the episode, and the story closes - rather unusually with the "Delaware Version" of the theme that the BBC Radiophonic Workshop prepared for the TV show's 1972 season, even though it was ultimately not used.
While she is away, the Doctor meets a man named Sebastian Grayle - a man both blessed and cursed with immoirtality, a man who knows that the Doctor is a Time Lord, and a man who claims to have killed him some with the help of his masters at some point in the Doctor's future.
www.thelogbook.com /tardis/whoauds4.htm   (5995 words)

 CD Baby: DOCTOR G: Mudcat
Doctor G's songs are the product of a life journey that began along the railroad tracks on the west bank of the Mississippi River in a cement-manufacturing company town near the cave made famous by Mark Twain's fictional characters in Hannibal, Missouri.
Doctor G moved to San Marcos, Texas, and became a regular performer at Cheatham Street Warehouse, where the culture of Texas songwriting further influenced the texture of his music.
Doctor G is also the Assistant Director of the Center for Texas Music History at Texas State University-San Marcos.
www.cdbaby.com /cd/doctorg   (346 words)

 Outpost Gallifrey: TV Series FAQ
Doctor Who is filmed at the BBC Wales studios in Cardiff and Newport, as well as the Welsh countryside and various locations around the UK, including London.
Doctor Who Magazine and Big Finish being licensee's would have had to separately negotiate with Grant but it would be possible, if they wanted to, for them to also feature his Doctor in stories as well.
Certainly, the 2005 series was the twenty-seventh continuous season of Doctor Who television episodes produced by the BBC (the original series produced up until its twenty-sixth season), and the production team have stated their intention to continue on from the original Doctor Who series and not produce a 'reboot' of the show.
www.gallifreyone.com /newseriesfaq.php   (7941 words)

As a historian, Evelyn is infuriated when the Doctor casually suggests that her profession can never reveal the truth; one man’s past is another’s present, and “history” is just a filtered, sanitised story with which people separate themselves from the unforgivable atrocities of the past.
Dismissing the turbulence as unimportant, the Doctor resumes his argument, reminding Evelyn that, as they know, the Tower was once a place of torture and execution, but is now nothing more than a tourist attraction.
He leads the Doctor to Trafalgar Square, explaining that the people of Britain secretly understand that the Daleks are their superiors, and that they would never have been defeated if not for the Doctor.
www.drwhoguide.com /who_bf40.htm   (5324 words)

 Cameron Mason's Reviews - Big Finish Doctor Who Audio Reviews Condensed
The Doctor and Nyssa are well written with the dilemma over changing history, and the recent death of Adric providing the reasons for their actions on Mondas.
Those who saw the New Adventures as full of teenage angst may wish to avoid this story as one scene takes this cliché to the extreme, producing the worst scene I have ever heard, but thankfully it is a short scene.
Doctor Who and the Pirates is not told in the traditional manner of a Doctor Who story - the events of the main story are related by the Doctor and Evelyn, sometimes inaccurately; and in episode three, through song.
www.fortunecity.com /tatooine/forbidden/392/reviews/bigfinishcon01.html   (5197 words)

 BBC - South East Wales Doctor Who - Doctor Who Up Close exhibition
Doctor Who Up Close was launched at the Red Dragon Centre, Atlantic Wharf, Cardiff Bay, in 2005 to help celebrate Cardiff's golden jubilee as the capital of Wales.
On entering, visitors are surrounded by a retrospective, outlining the 40-year lineage of the series and have the opportunity to view the previous incarnations of the Doctors.
The attractions include the Doctor's arch enemies, the Daleks, in both their modern form and a unique example of their original 1960s design, as well as elements focusing on many other classic characters.
www.bbc.co.uk /wales/southeast/sites/doctorwho/pages/exhibition.shtml   (267 words)

 BBC NEWS | Wales | Doctor Who show opens in Cardiff   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Doctor Who Up Close will be held at the Red Dragon Centre in Cardiff Bay to help celebrate the city's golden jubilee as the capital of Wales.
A section of the display is devoted to a look back at the last 40 years of Doctor Who, with an opportunity to view his previous incarnations.
BBC Wales controller Menna Richards said: "Doctor Who is a huge success and I'm delighted that we can help to bring this exciting exhibition to people in Cardiff.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/wales/4550064.stm   (347 words)

 Courtiers call truce to save jubilee | Special reports | Guardian Unlimited
But this weekend, with this summer's golden jubilee celebrations predicted to be a disaster, a desire for self-preservation appears to have emerged in the House of Windsor.
The jubilee will be marked with a nationwide tour by the Queen and Prince Philip, as well as an extra bank holiday on 4 June.
The golden jubilee office, he added, had an additional 12 lines connected yesterday by BT in anticipation of heightened public interest.
www.guardian.co.uk /jubilee/story/0,,640325,00.html   (553 words)

 Doctor Who — The Complete First Series
She finds a website entitled "Who is Doctor Who?" (available on the real-life Internet at http://www.whoisdoctorwho.co.uk/) that examines evidences for a mysterious figure.
Pictures and photographs place the figure (who seems to be one man but could be, he thinks, a series of fathers and sons) at occurrences like the Titanic disaster and the eruption of Krakatoa.
Old-time Doctor Who stories might bring in repeated appearances by Yetis and one by the Loch Ness Monster, but the entities were much changed in that they were robots.
www.strangemag.com /reviews/doctorwho_review.html   (1320 words)

 Romana's Jettisoned Room - Official Spinoffs and Fan Productions
This is one of the least-appreciated areas of Doctor Who, even though a lot of work has occurred in this area recently.
(Audio): Full-scale radio play of the Bernice Summerfield spinoff book, NOT the rumored 1st Doctor/5th Doctor story of the same name that proved to be a hoax in the mid-80's.
The Doctor Who Radio Plays: Done by a group in Australia and featuring the 7th Doctor and Ace.
www.bama.ua.edu /~jenni002/fanwho.htm   (660 words)

 Doctor Who (2005): Dalek - TV.com
As a tribute to Robert Shearman's Big Finish Audio episode of Doctor Who called Jubilee (on which this episode was based), the props department created some Jubilee Pizza delivery boxes which were intended to be seen in the background, but never ended up with a clear shot on screen.
This is not the first time in Dr Who history that a Dalek has been seen ascending a flight of stairs; one is seen doing that in the Sylvester McCoy story Remembrance Of The Daleks.
Jon Pertwee's Doctor also had the pleasure, when he found a group of Daleks unable to fire their guns in "Death to the Daleks." We also see a Dalek with unfamiliar emotions - something Patrick Troughton got to do in "Dizzy Doctor" in the episode "Evil of the Daleks." (edit)
www.tv.com /doctor-who-2005/dalek/episode/407897/summary.html   (1013 words)

 Doctor Who BF040 Jubilee EXTENDED » Torrentspy.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
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www.torrentspy.com /torrent/898928/Doctor_Who_BF040_Jubilee_EXTENDED   (449 words)

 Jubilee (7C/G) - Doctor Who Big Finish Audios
There will be non-stop high octane mayhem in store.
The Doctor is on hand to sort them out.
With his beautiful assistant, Evelyn Smythe, by his side, he will fight once again to uphold the beliefs of the English Empire.
www.staff.ncl.ac.uk /damon.querry/big_finish/details/jubilee   (141 words)

 Doctor Who Reference Guide
52 Doctor Who and the Silurians 7 episodes
TVC Doctor Who and the Rocks from Venus Comic
BF43 Doctor Who and the Pirates 4 episodes
www.drwhoguide.com /who.htm   (1164 words)

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