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Here it is, the fifth and final installment of Pond Life ahead of this weekend’s series premiere of Doctor Who!
Watch Asylum of the Daleks, the new Doctor Who adventure this weekend on the following channels:
BBC One on Saturday 01 September at 7.20pm BBC America on Saturday 01 September at 9pm ET Space (Canada) on Saturday 01 September at 9pm ET ABC iView (Australia) on 02 September at 5.10am AEST ABC1 (Australia) on Saturday 08 September at 7.30pm AEST Prime (New Zealand) on Thursday 13th September at 8pm NZST
The Doctor Who Episode 8 PREQUEL to Let’s Kill Hitler
Return to the TARDIS and watch an exclusive prequel to the new Doctor Who mid-season premiere, “Let’s Kill Hitler,” written by Executive Producer & Lead Writer Steven Moffat. And don’t miss the return of all new episodes *** premiering Saturday August 27 at 9/8c *** on BBC America.
Lights Out: It’s a little-known fact outside Russia that Soviet-era (namely Cold War-era) cartoons are something of a sight to behold. Unlike their Western counterparts, animators working for the influential Moscow-based Soyuzmultfilm animation studio were not constrained by commercial concerns (the success or failure of a film had no bearing on an animator’s paycheck), and were therefore free to experiment with styles and techniques that would otherwise be considered commercially precarious.
A perfect example of the end-result can be found in Yuriy Norshteyn’s “Hedgehog in the Fog.” Considered by many to be one of the greatest animated films of all time — Hayao Miyazaki is reportedly a big fan — the 1975 Soyuzmultfilm classic tells the tale of a curious hedgehog who stumbles upon a thick fog and decides to explore its mysteries.