By the time you read this, I’m now in Leicester at the ‘Science of the Time Lords’ event. I’m looking forward to see Peter Davison and Sarah Sutton, my favourite TARDIS duo in ‘Doctor Who’. This is an exciting day for me, especially as it’s the 35th anniversary of Sarah Sutton as Nyssa in ‘Doctor Who’.
When I went to see ‘Snoopy and Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie’ at the cinema, I also saw this short film before the film started. This stars Scrat, the little squirrel from the ‘Ice Age’ movies. I really enjoyed seeing ‘Cosmic Scrat-tastrophe’ at the beginning, though I really can’t take it seriously at all. 😀 Continue reading →
Well, what did I make of ‘Snoopy and Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie’?
This was a fun movie when I saw it at the cinema last Tuesday. I know I feel like a big kid, but I really enjoyed seeing this movie with Snoopy Dog and his master Charlie Brown. My little doggie Cuddles enjoyed it too! 😀 This is definitely a kids-friendly film. I loved Snoopy as he’s cute and funny in this. Continue reading →
Just a quickie! I found this behind-the-scenes photo of Peter Davison; Sarah Sutton and Janet Fielding from the recording of the latest ‘Doctor Who’ audio by Big Finish called ‘The Waters of Amsterdam’. I found it in the review pages of the latest ‘Doctor Who Magazine’ issue in #495 🙂 Continue reading →
It’s been announced that Steven Moffat, current head writer/executive producer of ‘Doctor Who’ is to leave the series after Series 10. This news has been confirmed by BBC News and the Radio Times. Continue reading →
I’ve just seen this ‘Specsavers’ advert with John Cleese reprising his role of Basil Fawlty from ‘Fawlty Towers’. Being a ‘Fawlty Towers’ fan, I’d be mad not to miss watching this. It was very funny indeed!
I’m sorry to be the bearer of sad news, but it turns out that Alan Rickman has sadly passed away today at the age of 69. This is such a shock and my prayers and thoughts are with his family who were with him when he died. Alan passed away after a long battle with cancer and he will be sorely missed. Continue reading →