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We are living in a selfie-soaked culture: Britain’s Oxford University Press announced “selfie” as the 2013 word of the year. TIME recently featured an auction where the winner would win a selfie with Sirs Patrick Stewart and Ian ...
One of the best things about a new Doctor is the possibility of seeing them rubbing shoulders with not just the significant foes of his past, and seeing them through his new eyes, but the significant friends too. He’s his own man, ...
Happy Easter and welcome to another Who’s Day cavalcade of Gallifreyan glory!
One of the most delightful discoveries of the past seven days has been the digital archive that British Pathé News has made available for public viewing on YouTube. There’s an astonishing array of footage, serious and silly, ...
It’s been quite the weekend for Whovian birthdays; Fifth Doctor Peter Davison was 63 on Sunday—although he doesn’t look anywhere near that old—and then yesterday Peter Capaldi turned 56.
Welcome to your Doctor Who’s Day roundup: a week’s worth of Whovian bricolage in one handy blog post.
By Brigid Brown | Posted on March 18th, 2014
UNICEF U.K. Ambassador Robbie Williams’ Soccer Aid returns for its fifth time on June 8, 2014.
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 ...
Welcome to another roundup of the Whovian week, and this time, we’re taking a trip into art-space.
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.
We all love River Song, don’t we? The only woman in the universe (so far) that can approach the Doctor on anything like equal terms, terrifyingly good with a gun, and played by one of the most vivacious actresses Britain has ever ...