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This week’s Who’s Day roundup takes place after a huge collision between three of the biggest science fiction and fantasy franchises in the known universe; namely Doctor Who, Game of Thrones and the Terminator movies. …
One of the best things about a new Doctor is the possibility of seeing them rubbing shoulders with not just the significant foes of his past, and seeing them through his new eyes, but the significant friends too. He’s his own man, …
Happy Easter and welcome to another Who’s Day cavalcade of Gallifreyan glory!
One of the most delightful discoveries of the past seven days has been the digital archive that British Pathé News has made available for public viewing on YouTube. There’s an astonishing array of footage, serious and silly, …
With Earth Day coming up next Tuesday (April 22), here are a few natural history docs to help you appreciate all the beauty our Earth has to offer!
It’s been quite the weekend for Whovian birthdays; Fifth Doctor Peter Davison was 63 on Sunday—although he doesn’t look anywhere near that old—and then yesterday Peter Capaldi turned 56.
We know you’ve been counting down the days until Sarah, Cosima, Alison, and the rest of the Orphan Black gang return to our screens, and we only have a week and a day to go! (Season 2 premieres April 19.
The best thing about a TARDIS being an interdimensional space and time machine is you never know quite when one is going to pop up. This is great if you’re writing a TV show about a travelling Time Lord, but increasingly …
The fourth season of HBO’s Brit-filled Game of Thrones makes its return on Sunday, April 6 at 9pm EST.
The two British legends have been in New York City performing “two plays in rep” on Broadway in Samuel Beckett‘s Waiting for Godot and Harold Pinter‘s No Man’s Land, which closed this past weekend.
Welcome to your Doctor Who’s Day roundup: a week’s worth of Whovian bricolage in one handy blog post.