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COLIN PROCKTER 
'Victory of the Daleks' and  the 'Long Game' TIM GOODMAN  -  THE SAVAGES
CHRIS PORTER - SMILER / WINDER
TIM GOODMAN - From the Hartnell era
We are pleased to be able to announce that Colin Prockter will be joining Chris Porter and Tim Goodman on the 19th June at the ARC Theatre in Barking
Colin has played the 'Air Raid Warden' in the 'Victory of the Daleks' and in the 'Long Game' with Christopher Eccelston as the 'Head Chef'.  Tim Goodman is a rare guest from the Hartnell era of Doctor Who.  Chris appeared in The beast Below as the voice or Smilers/Winders, Chris has also appeared in Footballers Wifes, Bad Girls and The Winslow Boy
SATURDAY SIGNING 19TH JUNE 2010, 10.00 AM  till  1.00 PM
Please click here for directions to the venue (Google maps), Thank You 
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If you are unable to make the signing and would like to pre order signed pictures,  or arrange for your personal items to be signed please click here  to order and we will post your items out to you early the following week.
 
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Colin played the  head chef of Satellite Five was an elderly man. He sold food at a stall in lunch-hour. One lunch hour in 200,000, he yelled at a young man cutting in line, and sold the Doctor some food before closing down.  The Long Game
An air raid warden was stationed on the roof of the building that housed the Cabinet War Rooms in World War II London. During a night of the London Blitz in which the Daleks were ambiguously working on behalf of the Allies, he noted that all the lights of London suddenly became illuminated again. This concerned him, as he knew it would make London a much easier target for rapidly-approaching German bombers. The next morning, after the evening's raid had been survived, he assisted in the replanting of the Union Flag atop the building.
Victory of the Daleks was the third episode of Series Five of Doctor Who. It marks the re-appearance of the Daleks and the Eleventh Doctor's first encounter with them.
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TIM GOODMAN
  1. "Jane Eyre" .... Sir George Lynn (2 episodes, 2006)
        - Episode #1.3 (2006)
    TV episode .... Sir George Lynn
        - Episode #1.2 (2006)
    TV episode .... Sir George Lynn
  2. Fooling Hitler (2004) (TV) .... Field Marshall Sir Alan Brooke
  3. "The Persuaders!" .... Webster (1 episode, 1971)
        - Anyone Can Play (1971)
    TV episode .... Webster
  4. "Advent of Steam" .... Dick Trevithick (2 episodes, 1971)
        - The Iron Horse: Part 2 (1971)
    TV episode .... Dick Trevithick
        - The Iron Horse: Part 1 (1971)
    TV episode .... Dick Trevithick
  5. "The Last of the Mohicans" .... Major Duncan Heyward (8 episodes, 1971)
        - Part 8 (1971)
    TV episode .... Major Duncan Heyward
        - Part 7 (1971)
    TV episode .... Major Duncan Heyward
        - Part 6 (1971)
    TV episode .... Major Duncan Heyward
        - Part 5 (1971)
    TV episode .... Major Duncan Heyward
        - Part 4 (1971)
    TV episode .... Major Duncan Heyward
          (3 more)
  6. "Doctor Who" .... Guard (1 episode, 1966)
        - The Savages: Episode 3 (1966)
    TV episode .... Guard
  7. "Theatre 625" .... Chasseur Britannique (1 episode, 1964)
        - Carried by Storm (1964)
    TV episode .... Chasseur Britannique
8.      Self:
  1. Holmfirth Hollywood (2006) (TV) .... James Bamforth  
The Savages (Doctor Who)
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 Synopsis
The TARDIS materialises on a distant planet in the far future. The Doctor, Steven and Dodo find the planet inhabited by both an advanced, idyllic civilisation (the Elders), and bands of roaming savages. The Elders welcome the Doctor, greeting him as "The Traveller from Beyond Time" and revealing they have admired his exploits from afar and predicted that he would soon be arriving here. Their leader Jano showers the Doctor and his companions with compliments and gifts, reinforcing the idyllic nature of the society of the Elders. However, the Doctor becomes suspicious of the Elders' seemingly perfect civilisation, but it is Dodo who finds the secret. The soldiers Exorse and Edal are sent outside the Elder city and use advanced weapons to capture the savages, entrapping them and returning them to the city. The Elders are only able to maintain the energy needed to run their civilisation by draining the life force of the helpless savages. The Doctor, appalled, tries to stop the Elders and persuade them of the wrong they are doing by building a civilisation on such immoral grounds.
Jano's response is to have the Doctor himself subjected to the energy transfer process. The Doctor is put into the transfer device and his life force is channelled into the Elder Jano, who desires his intelligence. Yet the plan backfires when the Doctor's personality takes over Jano, imbuing him with the Doctor's mannerisms, outlook and morality. The two identities cause Jano a personality crisis. Dodo and Steven have meanwhile ventured outside the city and made contact with the savage leaders Chal and Tor, who are respectively pleased and antagonised by their presence. The savages are the remnants of a once highly skilled and artistic race, but over the centuries the energy transfer process has stymied their creativity and ability. Chal hides the two fugitives in a deep cave system, pursued by the guard Exorse, whom Steven overpowers. They return to the city and find a weak but determined Doctor, and help him escape the city.
The time travellers now help the Savages fight back against the Elder guards. The Doctor realises that the Elders must be forced, not persuaded, to change their ways as their whole civilisation must change overnight. His mixed personality convinces Jano to help the Savages and he tries to convince the other Elders to treat the Savages as equals, while Exorse too has realised the error of his ways. Jano and Exorse begin the destruction of the technology underpinning the society and are soon joined in the destruction by the Doctor, Steven and Dodo. The end of the technology means the end of the oppression, and Jano and Chal begin to talk of how a new society can be built together. The Doctor surprises Steven by convincing him to remain behind as a mediator. When both sides agree to accept Steven's decision, he decides to stay. The Doctor and a saddened Dodo bid their friend goodbye.
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CHRIS PORTER
  1. "Doctor Who" .... Smilers / ... (1 episode, 2010)
        - The Beast Below (2010)
    TV episode (voice) .... Smilers / Winder
  2. "The Genius of Mozart" (2004) TV mini-series .... Karl Geisecke
  3. "Footballers' Wives" .... Gavin (1 episode, 2003)
        - Go for the Overkill (2003)
    TV episode .... Gavin
  4. Beginner's Luck (2001) (as Chris Smith) .... William Hooker
  5. "Bad Girls" .... Paramedic (2 episodes, 2001)
        - The Turn of the Screw (2001)
    TV episode .... Paramedic
        - Back from the Brink (2001)
    TV episode .... Paramedic
  6. The Winslow Boy (1999) .... MP
  7. "The Bill" .... Newspaper Reporter (1 episode, 1998)
        - Making Up (1998)
    TV episode .... Newspaper Reporter
 
NEW VENUE ... The Arc a fantastic new venue which mixes the classic old look with the new modern feel, more room for your comfort ...JUST 4 MINUTE FROM THE BROADWAY
 The Malthouse, Barking
The Malthouse in Barking is a newly refurbished warehouse set in the heart of an ambitious creative industry regeneration scheme for East London. Situated on the river Roding, the local environment is visually rich in the industrial heritage of the East London river basin and canal network. It has excellent transport links being near the A13 and A406 North Circular junction, and Barking Station (mainline rail and District and Hammersmith & City underground lines) and is a 15-minute walk from the town centre. Download Malthouse map and directions
Arc Theatre First Floor, The Malthouse Studios, 62-76 Abbey Road, Barking, Essex IG11 7BT, 020 8594 1095
 
Autographs are charged at £10 each on the day of the signing, on a personal item or on a free photograph provided on the day.  Buy four autographs get a fifth free, e.g buy eight autographs get two free etc.
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