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Doctor Who’s Day Roundup
Here’s a poser to set your Who’s Day off to a quizzical start. Doctor Who scriptwriter Mark Gatiss was recently asked if he thought the rest of the Time Lords should make regular return appearances, now it has been ...
Welcome to another Doctor Who’s Day, and of course we’re all still abuzz with the announcement that Keeley Hawes, who’s been slaying it as DI Lindsay Denton on BBC Two’s Line of Duty this series, will be ...
In the days before Matt Smith’s final scenes as the Doctor, we ran a series of posts talking about his greatest triumphs and tragedies as the Eleventh Doctor. And one of them pointed out that the secret to his success—apart from ...
Welcome to another roundup of the Whovian week, and this time, we’re taking a trip into art-space.
After the excitement over Peter Capaldi’s costume, confirmed details about Season Eight of Doctor Who have been kept to a necessary minimum. So it’s a delight to have news of a new recurring character.
Last Sunday (February 16), Christopher Eccleston, the man who ushered in a whole new era of Doctor Who when the show was relaunched in 2005, celebrated his 50th birthday.
Last week, we brought as many instant reactions to the new Twelfth Doctor costume, as worn by Peter Capaldi, as we could find. But of course some of the very best responses took a little longer to filter through (like the above cartoon ...
Yesterday, the Twelfth Doctor’s new outfit was revealed, and it’s very swish indeed. A navy, black and red affair with a crisp white shirt and the most extravagant cuffs on a Doctor since the heady days of the dandy Jon ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on January 21st, 2014
This week (January 20, in fact), we celebrate the life of the oldest surviving Doctor, and also one of the most popular actors ever to take on the role. Tom Baker may have first flown the TARDIS back in 1974, but his trademark scarf and ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on January 14th, 2014
This week, Peter Capaldi‘s interview with Doctor Who magazine has dominated all conversations about the future of the show. He has revealed that there’s a big shift on the way, and that the Doctor will no longer be ...