There can be little doubt now that the decision to cast Michelle Gomez as Missy in Doctor Who has caught the imagination of fans, as anyone who has witnessed the explosion in her fan art across social media can attest.
Sunday (March 8) was International Women’s Day, and the Doctor Who production team took the opportunity to salute the extraordinary array of female talent that has worked on the show over the years.
The issues raised by the various adventures of the Doctor and his companions are issues that affect us all, and the way in which we deal with those issues is largely driven by personality.
This week, the whole of the Doctor Who production has been filming in Tenerife, which we will get to in a moment. But before we do, who fancies playing a Gallifreyan round of Where’s Waldo?
Before we launch headlong into another collection of Doctor Who-related stuff from the past week, Michelle Gomez has something important to say:
This week’s Who’s Day roundup is devoted to special days and the power of love, as we’ve had at least three special days in the past week, which is almost half of all the available days, and one of them was …
As we have already taken our hats off to the Whovian YouTubery of John Smith, most notably when he made the Twelfth Doctor promo Rain, and the tense Weeping Angels short film Stone, we’re going to all have to put them back on …
There is no shortage of romance in Doctor Who, it’s just it often manifests as either love-thwarting tragedy or gets hidden beneath Zygon-snogging euphemism because of the age range of the audience.
The theme to this week’s roundup of Whovian things was inspired by the news that there is Doctor Who-themed LEGO on the way, before the end of the year.
OK, so this is another video from the Radio Times Covers Party, just like the David Tennant one from yesterday, but it does contain a lot of information that Sherlock and Doctor Who fans will want to hear, particularly about how …