‘Whole Lotta Love’ – Led Zeppelin
What a beautiful surprise when I awoke this morning! A letter from LONDON.
This is what it said:
THANK YOU FOR YOUR LETTER.
PLEASE FIND ENCLOSED DOCTOR WHO INFORMATION PACK AND A SELECTION OF FAN PICTURES – I’M AFRAID THESE ARE ALL WE HAVE.
FRANCES M MABLE
Yes, a letter from the DOCTOR WHO Production Office at BBC Television Centre.
It’s a nice pack as well and despite the fact that it’s all photocopied it’s a nice thing to have and I’m not at all disappointed. The pack includes: standard letter from JOHN NATHAN-TURNER, story table with information on COMPANIONS, MONSTERS, ENEMIES and DOCTORS, ‘WHO IS DOCTOR WHO?’, FAN CLUB address, EXHIBITION information, a complete list of DOCTOR WHO merchandise licensees with contact addresses and numbers, RECORD and VIDEO info, THE MAKING OF DOCTOR WHO, TARDIS info, SYLVESTER McCOY biog, SOPHIE ALDRED biog and a list of ARTISTES ad AGENTS addresses.
They also sent me postcards of: RICHARD HURNDALL, LIS SLADEN, K9, NICOLA BRYANT, SYLVESTER McCOY, and (my personal favourite pic) BONNIE LANGFORD.
‘Cross Town Traffic’ – Jimi Hendrix
Today, I spent a while with Una Baker, which was nice. She says none of her group have jobs yet.
I also saw Alice for the first time in ages and chatted dead abstractedly with Ash and Mooney and a bunch of others.
Oh yes, and the DHSS are pissing me about badly!
I saw Lucy in town and although I don’t know her at all (only from seeing her with Ash), she’s well groovy.
Saw Mark Dalton in town, too, which was dead topical.
OR WAS IT HIM?
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