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|Second Time Around|
|Subject:||The Patrick Troughton era|
|Original to the DVD:||The Krotons|
|Original release date:||2 July 2012|
|Interviewers:||Simon Cogan, Jonathan Morris|
|Interviewees:||Anneke Wills, Robert Shearman, Gary Russell, Christopher Barry, Frazer Hines, Deborah Watling, Victor Pemberton, Derrick Sherwin, Terrance Dicks, Wendy Padbury|
|Executive producer:||Dan Hall|
Publisher's summary Edit
Faced with William Hartnell's deteriorating health but with a popular TV programme on their hands, the Doctor Who production team hit on the idea of 'regenerating' the show's hero and give him a new body. This documentary looks back over Patrick Troughton's tenure as the Second Doctor. With actors Anneke Wills, Deborah Watling, Wendy Padbury and Frazer Hines, producer and script editor Derrick Sherwin, writer and script editor Terrance Dicks, director Christopher Barry, writer Victor Pemberton and new series writer Robert Shearman, and new series script editor Gary Russell. Narrated by Richard Heffer.
Main subject Edit
Writers, directors, actors and other people associated with Doctor Who discuss Patrick Troughton's time as the Second Doctor; from his first appearance at the end of The Tenth Planet to his final appearance in The War Games.
Additional topics covered Edit
to be added
People interviewed Edit
In order of credited appearance.
- Anneke Wills - 'Polly'
- Robert Shearman - Doctor Who Writer (2005)
- Gary Russell - Script Editor, BBC Drama 2006-11
- Christopher Barry - Director, "The Power of the Daleks"
- Frazer Hines - 'Jamie'
- Deborah Watling - 'Victoria'
- Victor Pemberton - Doctor Who Writer and Script Editor (1967-68)
- Derrick Sherwin - Doctor Who Script Editor and Producer (1968-69)
- Terrance Dicks - Doctor Who Writer and Script Editor (1968-83)
- Wendy Padbury - 'Zoe'
Home video releases Edit
It was included in the 2012 DVD release of The Krotons.