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June 21st, 2021 4 comments

BBV Philip Hinchcliffe: Uncut DVD

BBV Productions are proud to announce Philip Hinchcliffe: Uncut, the third release in their series of complete and unedited interviews with Doctor Who stars. Clips from the interview have previously been used for Doctor Who DVD and Blu-Ray extras, but this is the first time the full interview has
been released in its entirety.

Bill Baggs, who interviewed Philip, recalls: “Early Tom Baker was my childhood era of Doctor Who, so how fantastic to meet the man behind the stories that made their mark on me. He didn’t disappoint.”

Philip Hinchcliffe: Uncut will be released in June, and is available for the pre-order price of £12.99 exclusively from www.bbvproductions.co.uk.

Previous entries in the Uncut series include interviews with former Doctor Who producer John Nathan Turner and the Third Doctor himself, Jon Pertwee. Both of these releases are available from the BBV website.

The website also collects the company’s extensive catalogue of Doctor Who related releases, both old and new! Alongside audio adventures featuring the Sontarans, Rutans, Zygons, Wirrn, and the Rani, new releases include P.R.O.B.E. Audiobooks, exploring the legacy left behind by popular Doctor Who
companion Liz Shaw, and Faction Paradox, chronicling new adventures during the War in Heaven.

An abundance of new content is planned, and every purchase helps fund future BBV projects!


Categorised under: BBV, DVD

4 comments

  • Kevin225

    August 21st, 2021 - 3:46pm

    Just be careful ordering as there is a 10% ‘tip’ added to the cost of the order, which comes in at the end. Blink and you will miss it and at that point it is too late to do much about it.

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    • Kevin225

      August 22nd, 2021 - 2:16pm

      To be fair, I queried/challenged it and received a refund for this element.

  • Doug Who

    June 21st, 2021 - 10:11am

    This looks great! It will be fascinating to hear the full interview.

    Such a shame his successor Graham Williams died so tragically and so young. I would have loved to hear a similarly really in depth interview about his time with the show and other aspects of his career especially with the passage of time.

    Both he and Hinchcliffe were very thoughtful and erudite speakers.

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    • Anonymous

      June 21st, 2021 - 3:34pm

      R.I.P. Graham Williams. 🙁

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