Brendon Public School
Brendon Public School, originally Brendon School for Boys, was an English school.
Jacob Douglas attended Brendon School for Boys in 1973. ( PROSE: )
1983, Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart, formerly the commander of the British division of UNIT, was a teacher of A-level mathematics at the school, and Turlough, an undercover Trion exile, was one of the students.
In 1983, Turlough and
Ibbotson stole Lethbridge-Stewart's car from the school grounds and crashed it a short distance away. ( TV: )
1 January 1990, the Brigadier met his illegitimate son Albert Wilson for the first time when he visited him at the school. ( PROSE: )
The Enfolded Time Charlie Gibbs was another of Turlough's classmates. However, Turlough did not learn until 2013 that Gibbs was also from Trion and that his family supported the opposing faction in the civil war. ( AUDIO: )
Eldrad Must Die!
Turlough's other classmates included
Peter Smythe, Henry Lucas, Barney Adams and Kenneth Smith. ( AUDIO: )
The Memory Bank
Turlough enjoyed studying history while at the school. (
AUDIO: ) However, he hated Phantasmagoria William Shakespeare's works. ( AUDIO: )
The Emerald Tiger
1996 book , the journalist Who Killed Kennedy James Stevens described it as "a minor public school for boys". ( PROSE: )
Who Killed Kennedy
Daniel Hinton also at one time attended the school until he was expelled in 1992 for dabbling in black magic; the fourth year dormitory was terrified and Matron's cat received a shock from which it never recovered. Twickers was the school secretary in the 1990s. ( PROSE: )
Behind the scenes Edit
The school scenes for
were filmed at Trent Park campus of Mawdryn Undead Middlesex Polytechnic, Cockfosters, Hertfordshire.