[Photo from @pikmin] In June 2013, Bleeding Cool ran a story stating that a bunch of Doctor Who‘s missing episodes had been discovered by a man touring the broadcasters of Africa. That part of the story was true and the man was Philip Morris, though the number confirmed as discovered was far fewer, nine in total. […]
Yesterday, as part of a series of Facebook posts in which Doctor Who Missing Episode recoverer Philip Morris talked trash about Steven Moffat‘s run on the show, Morris reported what he claimed were well sourced rumours regarding Moffat’s replacement on Doctor Who as showrunner, namely Anthony Horowitz. He then tweeted the rumour to UK journalists […]
When reporting on the as-then-unannounced recovered missing episodes of Doctor Who a year ago, we included some details regarding Philip Morris, then rumoured to be the source of uncovering the episodes, even though he denied it completely. For a few more weeks. We reported that, The rumour stands that whoever hold the films wants the films to […]
Back in June, we ran a story saying that lots of Doctor Who missing episodes were coming back. Sourced from a bunch of radio engineers I knew from my radio advertising days, who were in the right studio at the right time, I went with it.
The current BBC webpage for Dad's Army second series lists the three remaining episodes but now, also states, "There will be 6 episodes. More information coming soon."
Film archivist Philip Morris, who has spent decades travelling the world looking for... lets call it "insecure media", has issued a statement...
Last week, Bleeding Cool ran this article, reporting rumours rampaging around the highest echelons of the BBC that a lot of missing episodes of Doctor Who had been found, and were planning to be released later this year. We then ran a couple of follow ups, detailing and clarifying which episodes these were meant to […]