Articles Categorized as 'Whoniversity'

‘The Time of Angels’ (Photo: BBC)

‘Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: Unleash Your Inner Angel

Welcome to the Doctor Who’s Day roundup, a deep dive into the various forms of Whovian fandom and related Gallifreyan news from the last week on the web. And, this week as Halloween approaches, we’ve been looking at the various tutorials YouTubers have created to help you get your Weeping Angels cosplay together for the […]


‘Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: Who’s Gone to New York

Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who‘s Day roundup, a cosmic rallying point for all manner of Whovian news and fan endeavors from the last week or so across the web. And this week has been exceptionally busy, starting with the visit to New York Comic Con by Peter Capaldi, Pearl Mackie, Steven Moffat, Matt Lucas […]

‘Utopia’ (Photo: BBC)

‘Doctor Who’: 10 Things You May Not Know About ‘Utopia’

“Utopia” is the story of reunions, friendship and the extreme measures people take in order to survive. It’s also the first attempt to pull together some of the dangling threads from previous Doctor Who stories—the many references to John Saxon, the chameleon arch, the Face of Boe’s last words, the Time War—and reintroduce one of […]

The Doctor and his beloved TARDIS (Photo: BBC)

‘Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: Is the TARDIS the Greatest TV Home?

Welcome to the Doctor Who‘s Day roundup, an extraterrestrial smorgasbord of Whovian confections and delights. First up: The British public has selected the TARDIS as their favorite fictional TV home, a new study reveals according to Radio Times. The iconic blue box that’s bigger on the inside came in ahead of Downton Abbey‘s Highclere Castle, […]

Human Nature (Photo: BBC)

‘Doctor Who’: 10 Things You May Not Know About ‘Human Nature’

“Human Nature” is a very different form of Doctor Who story from any that has appeared on television before, with the possible exception of some post-regeneration stories. The Doctor is present, but also entirely absent. His companion has to try and fend off an alien attack using her fairly limited knowledge of what he might […]

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‘Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: The Sound of ‘Doomsday’

Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who’s Day roundup, a cosmic gumbo of stuff and malarky concerning Whovians, TARDISes and whatnot, from a week on the internet. And we begin this week with musical matters. This excellent solo guitar cover of Murray Gold’s unsettling “Doomsday” theme was posted this week by David Waller: Which started a […]

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