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April 23rd, 2021 12 comments

BBV Productions JNT: Uncut DVD

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BBV Productions are proud to announce JNT: Uncut, the complete and unedited interview with John Nathan Turner.

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.

John Nathan Turner started on Doctor Who in 1968 for The Space Pirates, returning to work in production for several serials in the Pertwee era. In 1979 he became producer for the series, performing the role until the series was cancelled in 1989. During his time as producer he oversaw the eras of four Doctors.

Bill Baggs, who interviewed JNT, had this to say about the release: “I had the pleasure of working with many Doctor Who luminaries over the years, but JNT was by far the most intriguing. For the first time on camera he talked candidly about the love/hate relationship he had with the show.”

JNT: Uncut will be released in May, and is available to pre-order for £10.99 exclusively from

The newly launched website also collects BBV’s back catalogue of 40 audio adventures and 20 video productions, in addition to several new releases.

The audio dramas produced by BBV contained many stories set in the Doctor Who universe. The Audio Adventures in Time & Space feature many Doctor Who concepts, such as Sontarans, Rutans, Zygons, Wirrn, and the Rani. The Audio Adventures also brought back Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Elisabeth Sladen in new roles, some straying close to the roles they performed in Doctor Who.

BBV’s most memorable contributions to the world of Doctor Who were its video releases: The P.R.O.B.E. series, written by Mark Gatiss, sees Caroline John reprise her role as Liz Shaw, as she takes command of a new organisation dealing with the supernatural. The Auton trilogy has UNIT do battle with the Nestene Consciousness and their deadly army of plastic warriors. Finally, psychiatrist Lauren Anderson clashes with Cyberons and Zygons in the features Cyberon and Zygon: When Being You Just Isn’t Enough.

The final release coinciding with the launch of the website is the latest P.R.O.B.E. Case File, Goo!, available to download for the low price of 99p. Further episodes in the series will be released fortnightly.

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  • Ben Kirkham

    October 16th, 2021 - 11:19am

    I have been looking for the full version of this for years and years and years!! Downloaded with eagerness! It’s brilliant. Thanks so much for making this available.

  • Daniel

    June 2nd, 2021 - 7:25am

    Bought the DVD on Monday.

  • Deano

    May 9th, 2021 - 4:29pm

    Very interested in this should be a fascinating and intriguing watch.
    But why the price increase to £12.99 as it’s still only preorder ?.

  • william Baggs

    May 6th, 2021 - 10:41am

    Hope you enjoy the new releases, cover or no cover!

  • Anonymous

    April 26th, 2021 - 11:23am

    JNT, reminds me of Russell Grant, the TV astrologer, who was on Strictly come dancing. Especially in this interview.

  • AT

    April 24th, 2021 - 1:06pm

    How long is this interview?

    • Gordon

      April 24th, 2021 - 10:35pm

      1 hour 45 I’ve heard

    • Mark Moxham

      June 10th, 2021 - 6:44pm

      Is that 1hr 45 run time definite??

    • Gordon

      June 10th, 2021 - 7:54pm

      It felt that long when I watched it so I think so yeah

  • Doug Who

    April 23rd, 2021 - 10:17am

    This is bound to be fascinating but that cover…as Peri might say “Yuck”! His time as producer always seemed to be summed up by the of ‘Caves of Androzani’ and ‘The Twin Dilemma’. All that was best and worst about his run encapsulated in stories right next to each other.

    • AT

      April 25th, 2021 - 4:23pm

      I dont mind the cover, seen far worse. Also Twin really isnt as bad as its reputation, many other storys that Id rank below it.

    • Prowl 1701

      April 25th, 2021 - 10:55pm

      I recently did a review of Twin on my YouTube channel and found it better than I remember. It has a decent story, but some bad acting.

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