|Edition: || UK (original VHS)|
|Released: ||January 1991|
|Publisher: ||Reeltime Pictures|
|Format: ||1 x VHS PAL|
DOCTOR WHO has always had a devoted fan following, who regularly meet at conventions to discuss, debate & sometimes argue over their favourite television programme.
The largest conventions in Britain are organised for the Doctor Who Appreciation Society. It is these events, PanoptiCons, which this series of video tapes features.
Volume two of the PanoptiCon Tapes concentrates on the history of DOCTOR WHO. Actors and production staff give a unique insight into the programme — from its beginning with William Hartnell, to Patrick Troughton’s portrayal of the Doctor. However, you’ll see lots of other personalities from other eras, as we stop along the way to look at particular aspects of the programme.
Don’t miss the other four volumes in this series — the most comprehensive and exciting coverage not only of conventions but of the history of Doctor Who...