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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
2014 was a busy year for anyone interested in British culture and news — and the same looks set to be true of 2015, with all manner of exciting events set to take place. Here’s our look at ten of the most notable likely …
After having to mop up the mess caused by the Blitzer (and Courtney Woods) in “The Caretaker,” this week’s Doctor Who adventure “Kill The Moon” will see the Doctor and Clara battling a dangerous new foe …
This week’s round-up of Whovian effluvia begins with an interesting thought: Steven Moffat has promised some fairly strident alterations to Doctor Who, once Season Eight gets underway in a couple of months.
We all have our favorite British TV programs, whether it be Doctor Who, AbFab, Gavin and Stacey, The IT Crowd, Doc Martin, Black Books, Sherlock, Downton Abbey … (whew, take a breath) the list could go on for ages. But …
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.
It’s not often we dig up a trailer for something that isn’t going to appear on American screens and doesn’t even feature any footage from the movie or TV show it is attempting to trail, but this is rather good.
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 …
Well, what an exciting week THAT was!
For Doctor Who fans, the announcement on Thursday that two of the previously lost Second Doctor adventures had been found on a shelf in Nigeria, and would be available to download on iTunes immediately, was akin to getting a second …
Let’s begin this week’s gatheration of Doctor Who-related gubbins with a pause for thought.
Y’know how, if you talk to a certain breed of Whovian about the delight of watching Doctor Who, and accidentally refer to the Doctor as “Doctor Who,” as if he’s the medical scion of an ancient Gallifreyan family …