The second issue of the highly-acclaimed Nothing at the End of the Lane – The Magazine of Doctor Who Research & Restoration is now available.
Edited by Richard Bignell and Robert D Franks the 64 page publication includes:-
JOHN CURA – PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE LOST ARCHIVE
A detailed and fully illustrated look at John Cura and his tele-snap empire from his first contact with the BBC in 1947 through to his death in April 1969, together with full details of all his known work on Doctor Who, researched from the BBC�s own files.
NO FURTHER INTEREST
Andrew Pixley takes a detailed look at the surviving BBC documentation, which reveals what happened of the original Doctor Who master videotapes from the Hartnell and Troughton eras.
WITHDRAWN, DE-ACCESSIONED AND JUNKED
As a companion piece to Andrew�s article, we look at the fate of the BBC Enterprises film prints in the light of newly discovered archival documents, and how recent research has managed to dispel a few old myths along the way!
OUT OF THE VAULTS – REVISITED!
Eight years after the original DWM articles, Richard Molesworth and Mark Parmerter look at the various discoveries of Doctor Who film and VT material made since 1999, when The Lion was recovered from New Zealand, and we find out that there�s more than you might think!
Orders can be placed via the Nothing at the End of the Lane website: www.nothing-lane.co.uk