In the first of two new releases
Who Talk revisits the birth of a TV legend!
"One of the first
thoughts we had after the success of Web and Enemy, was to
revist the first Doctor Who story and complete the commentary
for it," says producer Paul W T Ballard. "The original
DVD release of An Unearthly Child covered only two out of four
of the episodes, plus the pilot, whereas we have been able to
introduce some new voices to the mix and complete all four
instalments plus the pilot."
Moderated by actor, comedian and cult
television enthusiast Toby Hadoke,
An Unearthly Child features
William Russell (Ian Chesterton), Jeremy Young (Kal),
Waris Hussein (Director), Brian Hodgson (Special
Sound) and Clive Doig (Vision Mixer).
"Whilst we have an
ongoing mission to cover episodes without any commentary at all,
we are also having fun bringing new contributors to the fold to
provide alternatives on some classic serials," says producer
Paul W T Ballard. "I think Cyber60s
is a fitting celebration of fifty years of one of Doctor Who's
most popular monsters."
The set contains commentaries for Patrick
Troughton serials The Tomb of the Cybermen, The Wheel
in Space and The Invasion. Moderated by Toby
Hadoke and Paul W.T. Ballard, this release features
Wendy Padbury (Zoe), Michael Kilgarriff (Cyber
Controller), Sally Faulkner (Isobel), Sylvia James
(Make-Up), Roger Bunce (Cameraman) and Marcia Wheeler
(Assistant Floor Manager).
We are also offering a special edition
bundle featuring both commentaries for An Unearthly Child
and Cyber60s. Each set will be signed by an actor from
each release as well as a both disc featuring additional
commentaries on The Tenth Planet and The Moonbase.
These CDs are very limited, and exclusively
available via whotalk.co.uk
Both sets are now available, you can purchase them direct from Who Talk at a discounted
price of £10.99 each (RRP £12.99) or via download priced £9.99.
The special edition bundle will be available exclusively via
this website priced £39.99.
Tis the season to be Merry... with this
Listen to Katy Manning and Toby
Hadoke commentate on episode one of
The Sea Devils in this festive edition from Who Talk.
Who Talk will return in 2017 with a
full of schedule of alternative DVD Commentaries.
Please note: These commentaries
contain no BBC copyrighted elements and do not feature audio
from the episodes themselves.
You can read about the release of
Remembrance here, and The Daemons and Day of Armageddon Commentaries
here, and you can read the previous press
release regarding the launch of Who Talks