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Topic # 131033 6-Oct-2013 17:31
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So apparently ALL the missing episodes have been found.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/106-doctor-who-episodes-uncovered-2343474

Im not going to start celebrating just yet but if it is real then I know what im going to be buying.




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  Reply # 908839 6-Oct-2013 17:44
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Fairly unsubstantiated story unfortunately. "A mate of mine said..."

Will be wonderful if it turns out to be true and they're able to remaster and release at least a meaningful number of the episodes.




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  Reply # 909059 7-Oct-2013 09:06
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Wish they would find "lost" episodes from BBC's Out Of The Unknown series 1 and 2..




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  Reply # 913628 11-Oct-2013 13:34
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11 is a far cry from 106, but certainly better than nothing!




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  Reply # 913640 11-Oct-2013 13:43
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freitasm: And BBC was quick to put those on iTunes now. Here is the story.


I see them on the UK store but not the NZ one.  Surprised??  Not at all.




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  Reply # 913901 11-Oct-2013 22:39
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Damn, I knew it was too good to be true that all of them had been found, but 11 is better than nothing.




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  Reply # 913994 12-Oct-2013 10:20
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And it appears to be two great classic stories. Who can ask for more than Yetis in the London Underground




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  Reply # 914032 12-Oct-2013 11:49
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freitasm: And BBC was quick to put those on iTunes now. Here is the story.


That does not help non apple people to watch them, will have to visit the brothers house.


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  Reply # 914047 12-Oct-2013 12:09
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They're coming to DVD too (I think the first one is next month). It's probably just simple logistics; it'll be a lot quicker to upload a file to iTunes than it is to press DVDs and print artwork.

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  Reply # 914049 12-Oct-2013 12:11
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Behodar: They're coming to DVD too (I think the first one is next month). It's probably just simple logistics; it'll be a lot quicker to upload a file to iTunes than it is to press DVDs and print artwork.


I see they are available on the BBC shop for Pre order.

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  Reply # 914055 12-Oct-2013 12:25
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mckenndk:
freitasm: And BBC was quick to put those on iTunes now. Here is the story.


That does not help non apple people to watch them, will have to visit the brothers house.


Dion


i am not an "Apple person" but have iTunes installed in my Windows HTPC to play movies.




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  Reply # 914198 12-Oct-2013 19:17
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freitasm:
mckenndk:
freitasm: And BBC was quick to put those on iTunes now. Here is the story.


That does not help non apple people to watch them, will have to visit the brothers house.


Dion


i am not an "Apple person" but have iTunes installed in my Windows HTPC to play movies.


Ill give it a go, how easy is it to make the store think you are in the UK?

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  Reply # 914200 12-Oct-2013 19:20
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You need a UK payment method such as a gift card. That's all you need; no VPN or anything required.

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  Reply # 914203 12-Oct-2013 19:21
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Behodar: You need a UK payment method such as a gift card. That's all you need; no VPN or anything required.


Sweet I have a UK bank account and debit card will try that out.

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  Reply # 914378 13-Oct-2013 17:57
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Bizarre that we need to use grey-area workarounds to access media from such a long time ago given that we're a colony of the country that produced the show using public funds.





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