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The Day of the Doctor
Making Lego recreations out of iconic TV and movie moments is unlikely to get old any time soon, and when the results are as diverting as this five-minute romp through Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary special “The Day of the …
Well, if this doesn’t prove that Doctor Who has the most loyal, active and passionate fanbase in the business, what will? At Sunday’s BAFTA TV awards, the Doctor Who 50th anniversary special “The Day of the …
Nominations are in for this year’s BAFTA TV Awards, which will be held on Sunday 18 May, and as you’d expect, they make a compelling case for the current strength of British television.
Well this is a lovely way to keep that warm glow from recent Doctor Who events burning in your heart for a while longer.
Over the Doctor Who 50th anniversary weekend, it’s fair to say the good Doctor “conquered the world”, in the words of head writer Steven Moffat. And one particular area upon which he hadn’t set his “sand …
On Saturday, to quote Steven Moffat, the Doctor did the one thing he has always tried to stop other people from doing, he took over the world.
As befits a special episode celebrating fifty years of a hugely beloved TV show, the Doctor Who anniversary special “The Day of the Doctor”, aside from telling a brilliant and compelling story in its own right, was jam …
It’s been, what, 36 hours since “The Day of the Doctor” finished, and already debate is starting to build up over what the inclusion of John Hurt’s War Doctor will mean in terms of the regeneration rules.
SPOILER ALERT: Come on. You know you squealed if you could manage to get any sound out at all. The Doctor Who 50th anniversary special hit the airwaves yesterday (November 23) on a wave of hype and well-beyond-NSA levels of secrecy.
It begins, just as the whole story once did, with a swoosh of saturated camera feedback and a policeman walking past the sign for a scrap merchant yard in Shoreditch. Then we’re in Coal Hill secondary school, where 50 years ago the …