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Note: For a full account of how we got to where we are as this story begins, read our recap of “Dark Water”
*SPOILERS, if you’ve not seen “Death in Heaven”*
Doctor Who fans will still be reeling from a particularly upheaving season finale, with some departures, a few dark moments, and the sudden arrival at the very end of… well that would be telling.
About a month ago, the first in a series of 50 individually decorated statues of Paddington Bear was unveiled, as designed by Michael Sheen. It’s part of the Paddington Trail, a VisitLondon initiative combining a treasure hunt …
We begin with Clara, who has been doing a lot of thinking, a lot of planning and clearly has something on her mind…
At the end of Saturday’s Doctor Who (October 25), just as we were all heaving a deep sigh of relief that the Earth had escaped being fried by a huge solar flare, a deeply unsettling “Next Time” trailer arrived. …
After seeing off invaders from a flatter dimension and having to rescue the TARDIS by dragging it off a rail-track with his fingers, this week, the Doctor arrives in the middle of a jungle. Except that jungle is also central London.
Having seen off the Foretold with a salute, this week our time-traveling twosome have to do battle not just with creatures from a thinner dimension, but living street art.
So he’s watched the moon hatch into a colossal dragon butterfly, he’s mopped up Courtney Woods’s travel sickness and looked on on shock as Clara strode out of the TARDIS, demanding to be left alone. Where will the …
In which the Doctor takes off his caretaker coat and puts on a space-suit for a touch of lunarachnophobia.