The novel “Titan” by John Varley was published for the first time in 1979. It won the Locus Award as the best science fiction novel of the year. It’s the first novel of the Gaea trilogy.
“The Time Meddler” is the last adventure of the second season of “Doctor Who” classic series which aired in 1965. It follows “The Chase” and it’s a four parts adventure written by Dennis Spooner and directed by Douglas Camfield.
The novel “The Doomsday Genie” by Frank P. Ryan was published for the first time in 2007. When some people get hit by a mysterious disease, a task force of scientists is formed to discover its nature and find a cure. The characteristics of this disease are different from any known ones making their research difficult but its mortality rate is incredibly high so they need to hurry.
Until yesterday there were a total of 108 missing “Doctor Who” episodes but at the annual “Missing Believed Wiped” held by the “British Film Institute” in London they announced the discovery of episode 3 of the First Doctor adventure “Galaxy 4”, which until now was completely missing, and episode 2 of the Second Doctor adventure “The Underwater Menace”.
Maries-Georges-Jean Méliès was born on December 8, 1861 in Paris, France. Georges Méliès started shooting his films in May 1896 and brought into the new medium the ideas developed during his work as a magician because for him cinema was a show just like the ones he created in his theater. From the beginning, he experimented with various techniques and tricks and for this he’s considered the father of special effects.