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Christmas Ood?

The this-week-unreliable Den of Geek has reported that the Ood are back – in the latest Doctor Who adventure to be recorded for the sparse 2009 series of special one-offs. (We should point out for the sake of fairness that the majority of "news" items on Den of Geek concerning Doctor Who are unattributed rehashes…

Fandom Too Far?

Doctor Who fandom is a funny thing. I recall how back in the day the wonderful Paul McGann Estrogen Brigade (a fanclub of slightly over-enthusiastic but nevertheless lovely ladies) got excited over anything the Eighth Doctor did, from attending conventions to popping out to the shops. Being a fan (of anything) can often lead to…

Myths and Legends DVD Box Set

A Greek-themed Doctor Who DVD boxset is scheduled for release later this year, according to ZetaMinor.com – comprising the Fourth Doctor adventures Horns of Nimon and Underworld, and the Third Doctor adventure The Time Monster. Each of the stories had been heavily rumoured to be due for DVD release in 2009, with all having been…

Colin Baker Pulls Pammy

The Colin Baker meets Pamela Anderson story continues to amuse and bemuse – mainly due to the event taking place, nevermind the fact that it was instigated by Colin’s Homer Simpson impersonation. And no, it has nothing to do with the barrel-chested actor’s physique, and everything to do with his vocal talents – as an…

Phrasebook? I’ve Got a TARDIS…

The Express reports that special software has been developed that enables time travellers – or anyone reading Old English texts – to understand the archaic dialogue. Amusingly however they have used the Doctor as a reference – despite the obvious flaw in the plan.  The Doctor doesn’t need a computer program to understand archaic dialogue…

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