Recording DVD commentaries

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Recording DVD commentaries

Postby SJS4ever on October 12th, 2011, 6:41 pm

Dear Tom, I was wondering how you found the whole process of recording DVD commentaries and looking back on all the great stories that you made for the BBC? Best wishes matt
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Re: Recording DVD commentaries

Postby Tom Baker on October 25th, 2011, 10:43 am

Dear Matt,

It is always, nearly always, fun to meet old pals from long ago and then to relive moments from the Who stories.

I met Christopher Benjamin and Trevor Baxter the other day while working for Big Finish. It was as if no time had elapsed and we were back in The Talons of Weng Ghiang.

All best

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