More Dalek Buildup

Just in time for tonights Daleks in Manhattan episode, Skaro’s worst have been voted the most popular Doctor Who monster, reports BBC News, the BBC’s Official Doctor Who site and others.

Voted for by visitors to the official site, the Daleks beat off opposition from the Cybermen, the Ood and the Empty Child zombies. The top 5 were:

1. The Daleks

2. The Empty Child Zombies

3. The Beast

4. The Cybermen

5. The Clockwork Droids

You can read the rest of the list at the official site; bringing things back on point, RTD is on hand at BBC News to reveal about this week first installment of a two-part adventure:

Russell T Davies, the creator of the latest series, said: “Every time the Daleks return we make them bigger and better than ever before, and this time, their plan is the most audacious Dalek scheme yet.”

He added: “Even the Doctor finds himself out of his depth.”

Meanwhile the infamous current issue of the Radio Times with that cover on it also features how Neill Gorton and his Milllenium FX team created the Dalek hybrid, reports the Millenium FX website.

Just when you thought their couldn’t be anymore, FreemaAgyeman.com has a great shot of the Doctor and Martha hiding from the Daleks…

Moving on now, fancy a yogurt? Yoplait are promoting their Frubes range by introducing a Doctor Who theme, reports mad.co.uk, in an effort to promote healthier foods to kids (and other age rangees swayed by Daleks). Of course after Dalek Easter Eggs its the least the BBC can do until those GM Sontaran shaped spuds are ready to go on general sale.

Finally, Kasterborous’ semi regular political watch turns its attention to the prominent figure of Mr Saxon who it seems is garnering support not only in the UK but across Europe too. A Norwegian site has signed up to the cause, and it seems that there is a groundswell of positive opinion in his favour – yet typically no one actually knows what his polcies are… Still, who am I to stop you – Vote Saxon.


Christian Cawley

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A long-term Doctor Who fan, Christian grew up watching the show and has early memories of the Graham Williams era. His favourite stories are Inferno, The Seeds of Doom and Human Nature (although The Empty Child, Blink and Utopia all come close). When he’s not bossing around the news team, Christian is a freelance writer specialising in mobile technology and domestic computing, and enjoys classic rock, cooking and spending time in the countryside with his wife and young children. You can find him on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.


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