Before we get started looking at the past week in Doctor Who, let’s go on a journey to the distant past. No, not prehistoric times, I’m talking about a time before there was an actual Doctor Who to watch.
Doctor Who’s Day
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.
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 …
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.
If you wanted to be where the fun was this weekend, a trip to Salt Lake City for the Comic Con FanXperience would not have been a bad investment. Especially the panel starring Karen Gillan, Matt Smith and Billie Piper.
For no particular reason other than we love him, he won an award for being awesome and he appears to have taken over both acting and the internet, this week’s Doctor Who’s Day is largely given over to David Tennant, the …
This week’s Who’s Day roundup is devoted to the fine art (and we mean this is most literal sense) of crossovers. Taking things from the Whoniverse and trying them out in other locations to see how they fit.
Doctor Who fans are among the most creative of communities in the world, no, the universe! That’s why the current opening credits for Doctor Who are based on an idea created by a fan and uploaded to YouTube, and that’s why …