Signing 24 - June 25th 2011


 david graham
shane rimmer
claire bloom
Due to work commitments Claire Bloom will now be joining us at a future date.

saturday 25 jUNE  -  10.00 am till 1.00 pm
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Jackie Lane - click here Imdb 
Jackie is an English actress noted for her role as Dodo Chaplet, a companion of the Doctor, in the long-running BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who.
She played the part from February to July 1966 alongside William Hartnell as the Doctor.
"Doctor Who" (19 episodes)
  1. Bell of Doom (26 February 1966) - Dorothea 'Dodo' Chaplet 
  2. The Steel Sky (5 March 1966) - Dodo 
  3. The Plague (12 March 1966) - Dodo 
  4. The Return (19 March 1966) - Dodo 
  5. The Bomb (26 March 1966) - Dodo 
  6. The Celestial Toyroom (2 April 1966) - Dorothea 'Dodo' Chaplet 
  7. The Hall of Dolls (9 April 1966) - Dodo 
  8. The Dancing Floor (16 April 1966) - Dodo 
  9. The Final Test (23 April 1966) - Dodo 
  10. A Holiday for the Doctor (30 April 1966) - Dorothea 'Dodo' Chaplet 
  11. Don't Shoot the Pianist (7 May 1966) - Dodo 
  12. Johnny Ringo (14 May 1966) - Dodo 
  13. The OK Corral (21 May 1966) - Dodo 
  14. The Savages: Episode 1 (28 May 1966) - Dodo 
  15. The Savages: Episode 2 (4 June 1966) - Dodo 
  16. The Savages: Episode 3 (11 June 1966) - Dodo 
  17. The Savages: Episode 4 (18 June 1966) - Dodo 
  18. The War Machines: Episode 1 (25 June 1966) - Dodo 
  19. The War Machines: Episode 2 (2 July 1966) - Dorothea 'Dodo' Chaplet
Shane Rimmer  -  click here Imdb
Shane Rimmer (born 1932) is a Canadian actor and voice actor, probably best known as the voice of Scott Tracy in Thunderbirds.
He has mostly performed in supporting roles, frequently in films and television series filmed in the United Kingdom, having relocated to England in the late 1950s. His appearances include roles in such widely-known films as Dr. Strangelove (1964), Rollerball (1975), The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), Gandhi (1982), Out of Africa (1985) and Crusoe (1989). More recently he has appeared in Spy Game (2001), and Batman Begins (2005). In the earlier years of his career, there were several uncredited performances, among others for films such as You Only Live Twice (1967), Diamonds Are Forever (1971), Star Wars (1977) and Superman II (1980). With the exception of recurring featured cast members he has appeared in more James Bond films than any other actor.
Shane Rimmer has a long association with Gerry Anderson. Thunderbirds fans may recognize him as the voice actor behind the character Scott Tracy. He drafted the plotline for the penultimate episode, "Ricochet", which was later turned into a script by Tony Barwick. He also wrote scripts and provided uncredited voices for Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons, Joe 90 and The Secret Service, has made appearances in episodes of Anderson's live-action UFO and The Protectors, has and provided voices for Space: 1999 and has guest-starred in the episode "Space Brain". In later years he starred in the unscreened pilot Space Police (later made into a series with other actors and titled Space Precinct) and provided the voice for Anderson's stop-motion gumshoe Dick Spanner, P.I..
Shane Rimmer and fellow Anderson actor Ed Bishop often joked about how often their professional paths crossed and termed themselves "Rent-a-Yanks". They appeared together as NASA operatives in the opening of You Only Live Twice and as USN sailors in The Bedford Incident as well as touring together in live stage shows, including "Death of a Salesman" in the 1990s.
He also appeared in Doctor Who in 1966, and in Coronation Street as two different characters: Joe Donnelli (1968–1970), who held Stan Ogden hostage in No. 5 before committing suicide, and Malcolm Reid (1988), father of Audrey Roberts' son Stephen.
He has made many guest appearances in British television series for ITV, including in Roald Dahl's Tales of the Unexpected, and ITC's The Persuaders!.
In 1989 Shane Rimmer was reunited with former Gerry Anderson actors Ed Bishop and Matt Zimmerman in the BBC Radio 4 adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's A Study In Scarlet. Rimmer and Bishop also appeared in the BBC drama-documentary Hiroshima completed not long after Bishop's death in 2005.
1966 Doctor Who (TV series)
Seth Harper
– Don't Shoot the Pianist (1966) … Seth Harper
– A Holiday for the Doctor (1966) … Seth Harper
David Graham  - click here Imdb
(born 11th July 1925) was a prolific and frequent guest actor on the original series of Doctor Who. Well known for his portrayal of the ill-fated Professor Fyodor Nikolai Kerensky in City of Death, Graham also played Charlie in The Gunfighters. A versatile voice-over actor, Graham also provided voices for the Mechanoids in The Chase, and also for the Daleks in The Daleks, The Dalek Invasion of Earth, The Chase, Mission to the Unknown, and The Daleks' Master Plan, as well as both of the Dalek movies starring Peter Cushing, Dr. Who and the Daleks and Daleks - Invasion Earth 2150 AD.
Outside Doctor Who, Graham is perhaps best known for providing the voice of "Brains" in the popular "Supermarionation" adventure series, Thunderbirds. He recently reprised that character voice for a series of credit card commercials in New Zealand.
Amusingly, Nickolai Kerensky is the fictitious character that the 2007 NBC pilot episode of Andy Barker, P.I. centres around
"Doctor Who" (35 episodes )
  1. The Survivors (28 December 1963) - Daleks (voice)  
  2. The Escape (4 January 1964) - Daleks (voice)  
  3. The Ambush (11 January 1964) - Daleks (voice)  
  4. The Expedition (18 January 1964) - Daleks (voice)  
  5. The Ordeal (25 January 1964) - Daleks (voice)  
  6. The Rescue (1 February 1964) - Daleks (voice)  
  7. The Daleks (28 November 1964) - Daleks (voice)  
  8. Day of Reckoning (5 December 1964) - Daleks (voice)  
  9. The End of Tomorrow (12 December 1964) - Daleks (voice)  
  10. The Waking Ally (19 December 1964) - Daleks (voice)  
  11. Flashpoint (26 December 1964) - Daleks (voice)  
  12. The Executioners (22 May 1965) - Daleks (voice)  
  13. The Death of Time (29 May 1965) - Daleks (voice)  
  14. Flight Through Eternity (5 June 1965) - Daleks (voice)  
  15. Journey Into Terror (12 June 1965) - Daleks (voice)  
  16. The Death of Doctor Who (19 June 1965) - Daleks / Mechanoid (voice)  
  17. The Planet of Decision (26 June 1965) - Daleks / Mechanoid (voice)  
  18. Mission to the Unknown (9 October 1965) - Daleks (voice)  
  19. The Nightmare Begins (13 November 1965) - Daleks (voice)  
  20. Day of Armageddon (20 November 1965) - Daleks (voice)  
  21. Devil's Planet (27 November 1965) - Daleks (voice)  
  22. The Traitors (4 December 1965) - Daleks (voice)  
  23. Counter Plot (11 December 1965) - Daleks (voice)  
  24. Coronas of the Sun (18 December 1965) - Daleks (voice)  
  25. Volcano (1 January 1966) - Daleks (voice)  
  26. Golden Death (8 January 1966) - Daleks (voice)  
  27. Escape Switch (15 January 1966) - Daleks (voice)  
  28. The Abandoned Planet (22 January 1966) - Daleks (voice)  
  29. Destruction of Time (29 January 1966) - Daleks (voice)  
  30. A Holiday for the Doctor (30 April 1966) - Charlie  
  31. Don't Shoot the Pianist (7 May 1966) - Charlie  
  32. Johnny Ringo (14 May 1966) - Charlie  
  33. City of Death: Part 1 (29 September 1979) - Kerensky  
  34. City of Death: Part 2 (6 October 1979) - Kerensky  
  35. City of Death: Part 3 (13 October 1979) - Kerensky
Claire Bloom  - click here Imdb
After training at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and the Central School of Speech and Drama, Claire Bloom made her debut on BBC radio programmes. She made her stage debut in 1946, when she was 15, with the Oxford Repertory Theatre. Her London stage debut was in 1947 in the hit Christopher Fry play The Lady's Not For Burning, which also featured the young Richard Burton, starred John Gielgud and Pamela Brown and which, subsequently, was produced, with the aforementioned four, on Broadway in New York. The following year, she received great acclaim for her portrayal of Ophelia in Hamlet, the first of many works by William Shakespeare in which Bloom would appear.
Claire has appeared in a number of plays and theatrical works in both London and New York. Those works include Look Back in Anger, Rashomon, and Bloom's favorite role, that of Blanche in the Tennessee Williams play A Streetcar Named Desire. Bloom has also performed in a one woman show that included monologues from several of her stage performances. She also starred in 1976 Broadway revival of The Innocents.
Claire's first film role was in 1948, for the film The Blind Goddess. She was chosen by Charlie Chaplin in 1952 to appear in his film Limelight, which catapulted Bloom to stardom, and remains one of her most memorable roles. She was subsequently featured in a number of "costume" roles in films such as Alexander the Great, The Brothers Karamazov, The Buccaneer, and The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm. Bloom also appeared in Laurence Olivier's film version of Richard III, Ibsen's A Doll's House, The Outrage with Paul Newman and Laurence Harvey, as well as the films The Spy Who Came in from the Cold and Look Back in Anger, both with Richard Burton.
In the 1960s she began to play more contemporary roles, including an unhinged housewife in The Chapman Report, a psychologist in the Oscar winning film Charly, and Theodora in The Haunting. She also appeared in the Woody Allen films Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989) and Mighty Aphrodite (1995). Her most recent appearance in a Hollywood film was in the 2010 film The King's Speech.
Bloom has appeared on television, perhaps the most memorable of which was her portrayal of Lady Marchmain in Brideshead Revisited (1981). Other roles included two prominent BBC Television productions for director Rudolph Cartier; co-starring with Sean Connery in Anna Karenina (1961), and playing Cathy in Wuthering Heights with Keith Michell as Heathcliff (1962).[3] She also appeared as First Lady Edith Wilson in Backstairs at the White House (1979); as Joy Gresham, the wife of C. S. Lewis in Shadowlands (For that performance she received the BAFTA Award as Best Actress. (1985), and as the older Sophy in the 1992 mini-series The Camomile Lawn on Britain's Channel 4. Her most recent appearance in a mini-series was in the 2006 version of The Ten Commandments.
On continuing television series, she has appeared on the New York-based Law & Order: Criminal Intent. From 1991 to 1993, she portrayed villainess Orlena Grimaldi on the daytime drama As the World Turns. She also had major roles in several of the BBC-Shakespeare Play television presentations and has led workshops on Shakespearean performance practices. In 2003, Bloom did a stage reading of Milton's Samson Agonistes along with actor John Neville at Bryn Mawr College at the behest of poet Karl Kirchwey.
In January 2006, she appeared on the London stage in Arthur Allan Seidelman's production of Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks by Richard Alfieri, a two-hander in which she co-starred with Billy Zane.
In October 2007, she appeared opposite Peter Bowles in Love Letters at the Théâtre Princesse Grace, Monte Carlo as part of the British Theatre Season, Monaco.
In 2008, she guest starred in New Tricks as actress Helen Brownlow. The story was about the murder of her husband whilst they were in a play together.
In December 2009, Claire appeared in the BBC's Doctor Who alongside David Tennant in his final story as the Tenth Doctor, as a Time Lord credited only as "The Woman." Series executive producer Russell T Davies revealed in his 2010 book The Writer's Tale that the character is supposed to be the Doctor's mother.
In 2010, she guest starred as Jill Peters in The Bill in the episode "Taking a Stand"

Guest cancellation:
It is with great regret that Claire will be unable to joiun us Saturday due to filming commitments.  We are hoping to announce a new date for her in the very near future
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We are thrilled to be able to announce Jackie Lane, David Graham,Shane Rimmer and Claire Bloom have agreed to join us Saturday 25th June, between 10.00 am till 1.00 pm
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
Venue and directions
Barking Learning Centre
Location map click here  
Barking Learning Centre, 2 Town Square, Barking, IG11 7NB

Tel: 020 8724 8710
Maps and Directions
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