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Love & Monsters
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See all episodes from Doctor Who. Adventures in time and space with the wandering Time Lord. Rebuild, rewire and recode your own Dalek in the new desktop game! Main content. Watch now. Love and Monsters Doctor Who Series 2.
But the truth is, the world is so much stranger than that. And so much better. Every Doctor Who story demands its own unique costumes, sets, special effects, and even acting and writing styles. But the practical challenges of making Doctor Who are not merely financial. The production schedule for the first season was so compressed that parts of different stories had to be shot simultaneously.
See Full Schedule. Secondly, there was a competition offering a new monster a home in a Doctor Who script. The episode is available on iTunes and Amazon. The coming together of like-minded L. In , Blue Peter ran a competition to design a Doctor Who monster and were astonished at the deluge of entries they received.
Sign in. David Oyelowo Don't Let Go , Selma fills in the blanks on his career, including one credit he wishes he could get a do-over on. Watch now. A run in with the Doctor at a young age leads Elton to a group who's studying him, they become friends and have a laugh until Victor Kennedy arrives. Suddenly everything becomes more serious then people start disappearing from the group.
Love and Monsters
The episode is set in London. The group is joined and taken over by Victor Kennedy Peter Kay , an alien who has a darker interest in the Doctor and seeks to absorb his physical body and knowledge.
From a production standpoint, it included a monster created by a child, nine-year-old William Grantham , for a Blue Peter competition. It was the first story in the programme's history written specifically to be recorded at the same time as another story — a process called " double banking ". By minimising the appearances of the Doctor and his companion, the production team recorded fourteen episodes in the same time that it took to make thirteen. Russell T Davies was sufficiently pleased with the results that the concept — dubbed a " Doctor-lite " or " Companion-lite episode" — would be a regular feature of each subsequent season. Because of this episode's Doctor-lite nature, it notably became the first and currently only full episode to showcase the Doctor's adventures from the perspective of their bystanders, who are usually overlooked in most stories.
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