Magic Bullet productions are very sad to report the death of the actor David Bailie, who brought Taren Capel so memorably to life, and was a huge supporter of the Kaldor City CD series.
Our thoughts are with his family.
The Doctor Who Appreciation Society has released a limited run hardback edition of ‘The Celestial Toyroom Annual 2021’, previously only available as a download. The annual runs to over 120 A5 pages with colour throughout. This year the book covers the Troughton era with articles on every second Doctor televised story from a wide range of writers, including Fiona Moore and Alan Stevens. Alister Pearson has provided the front cover with a special piece of artwork. Each copy purchased will benefit ‘Acting for Others’ an organisation supporting theatrical and creative arts professionals struggling during the CoVid crisis.
His groundbreaking 1970s TV series Gangsters was a great influence on Kaldor City, hence the "Thanks too... Larson E Whipsnade" credit that appears on all the CD inserts.
By special arrangement with the Doctor Who Appreciation Society, we bring you a complete issue of their magazine Celestial Toyroom themed around "The Robots of Death" and Kaldor City, edited and written by Magic Bullet and friends. Right-click to download, or left-click to read in browser:
To celebrate the re-publication of Driving Ambition, a story of murder, labour relations and self-driving cars, as an independent production, the ebook will be priced at at $2.99/local equivalent for the month of November. Click the link for adventure!
Paperbacks are also still available for £7 plus P&P: email email@example.com if you're interested.
Telos Publishing have released their bestseller list for the month of October. Liberation: The Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to Blake's 7 (2003) is at #3, and Fall Out: The Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to The Prisoner (2007) is at #8! Find out more about these perennial favourites at the links.