The Brigadier: Declassified
 

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By:Andy Frankham-Allen (ed.)
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Released:  7 June 2019
Publisher:  Candy Jar Books
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Format: paperback
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Celebrating one of Doctor Who's most legendary characters, The Brigadier: Declassified is a collection of articles and essays covering the Brigadier's storied career.

From 1968 to 1975, Brigadier Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart was a regular feature on Doctor Who. He returned to the show several times through the 1980s and later in the spin-off series, The Sarah Jane Adventures. But his appearances were not limited to the television; he has appeared in comics, novels, audio dramas and even a straight-to-video film!

Join us as we take a look at Nicholas Courtney's life in thirteen objects, explore the concept of parallel worlds with Peter Grehan, refresh your knowledge of Big Finish and the Lethbridge-Stewart range of books, learn about the work that goes into bringing the Brigadier to life with artists Adrian Salmon and Colin Howard... and much more!

Also features reviews of every televisual appearance by the Brigadier with Simon A Forward and Glenn Bartlett, and an exclusive interview with the Brigadier's right-hand man, John Levene!

With a foreword by Terry Molloy.


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