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Well, it’s that time of year again when post-Christmas wallets are weighed up and paperwork is gathered for the filing …Read Now
It is said that a positive review from British restaurant critic Giles Coren can be worth $1 million to an …Read Now
It’s accepted that we have British English and American English, but, in written communication, there’s more than just language differences. …Read Now
More details have emerged concerning An Adventure In Space and Time, Mark Gatiss’s dramatisation of the early years of Doctor Who, starring David Bradley as the First Doctor, William Hartnell.
Matt Smith makes his TV directorial debut this spring with Cargese, a Sky Arts production written by the award-winning playwright Simon Stephens, as part of their Playhouse Presents programming, which stars Craig Roberts and will be …
Well, fairly complete anyway. You can’t blame the writers of Doctor Who for seeking inspiration from Earth’s moon from time to time.
This March, a new collection of Royal Mail stamps will be issued to mark the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. There will be eleven first class stamps, featuring each of the Doctor’s incarnations to date, and four second class …
There are two personality quirks that unite all eleven Doctors to date. One is that they all share a whimsical sense of humor (although some are less keen to display it than others), and the other is their respective tempers.
The appearance of Matt Smith on the cover of this week’s Entertainment Weekly will probably introduce a lot of people to Doctor Who for the first time. And that’s quite a heady thought, imagining someone settling down to a …
On November 23, 1963 (the day after the Kennedy assassination), the very first episode of Doctor Who premiered on the BBC. And the man behind the camera was Waris Hussein, then only 24 years old, completely unaware of the phenomenon the …
Whovians will tell you Patrick Troughton was the first Doctor to fully develop the character of the Doctor that we’re all familiar with today, making him flighty and mischievous, after William Hartnell’s stern, patrician …
It’s one of the more shaming aspects of the BBC’s past, that they could see no value in hanging on to their own archive of astonishing programs during the 1960s, particularly as transmissions changed from black and white to …
Yesterday we discussed how best to dress up as the William Hartnell-era Doctor in Doctor Who, in case the high neck fell off your Sontaran costume, or your dalek sink plunger got used to clear a blocked drain, and you were stuck for …