Hi there! We notice you are using an Adblock tool.

Kasterborous produces five or more pieces of original content daily (over 100 every month). Our writers are volunteers, offering their services to give you interesting Doctor Who articles and features.

Money raised through advertising on this site is reinvested into hosting costs, competition prizes, review materials and occasional gifts for our contributors.

To help us maintain our wide breadth and high standard of content, whitelist our non-profit site to continue enjoying it without these pop-ups.

Silence in the Library Preview

Doctor Who returns at 7pm on Saturday 31 May with Silence in the Library, the first of a Steven Moffat (who he?) penned two-parter in season 30 of Doctor Who

Alex Kingston, Colin Salmon and Steve Pemberton join David Tennant and Catherine Tate as the TARDIS team lands in an abandoned library.

One hundred years ago, the Universe’s greatest library was sealed off with only a cryptic warning as explanation: "Count the shadows."

However, it now appears that the shadows are on the move again, and the Doctor and Donna must uncover the terrible truth behind the Nodes and the horrifying Data Ghost to uncover the Library’s secret.

The week off for The Eurovision Song Contest this week shouldn’t cause anyone any problems, and comes at what looks like a well-planned place in the series.

The second part of the Steven Moffat story is called Forest of the Dead, with subsequent episodes all written by Russell T Davies:

Episode 10: Midnight – by Russell T Davies

Episode 11: Turn Left- by Russell T Davies

Episode 12: TOP SECRET!

Episode 13: Journey’s End – by Russell T Davies

Don’t you hate it when they do that?

And don’t you hate it when Eurovision gets in the way? Well the BBC’s Official Doctor Who website is planning some treats, kicking off with a replay of the "rest of the series" trailer that is due to air this Saturday at 6.45pm.

Christian Cawley


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+.

Please note that responses to this post are subject to our comments policy.

© 2005-2015 Kasterborous. Theme Old Paper by ThunderThemes.net