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Articles by Christian


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+.

Comic Futures

There’s some interesting designs for the Doctor and Martha at comic book illustartor Ben Templesmith’s blog. The concept art is apparently from an upcoming comic, and although the comic remains unnamed, the assumption is that it is a future series from IDW. IDW’s current Doctor Who series are set to come to a close in…

Christmas 2005-2007 now on iTunes

Doctor Who has been available on iTunes for sometime now, with arrogant, conceited, show-off iPhone and iPod Touch users slouching around public transport and SU bars with their annoying white headsets glued to Blink and The Unquiet Dead. (That’s right – no such similar service for Windows Mobile users… I love iPhones really, it’s just…

Whoniversal Appeal

Cardiff University is the host of an academic conference devoted to Doctor Who on 14-16 November. The Whoniversal Appeal Conference has been organised by Phd student Melissa Beattie and features guest speakers who will examine issues of history, philosophy, fan culture, sexuality and technology which surround the series. Among the speakers are Dr Matt Hills,…

Classic Who Collectibles

The Mail on Sunday has run a feature on classic Doctor Who toys, ranging back to the Dalek explosion of the 1960s, and covering props and costumes. East Ham’s The Who Shop takes centre stage in the feature, with co-owner Alexandra Looseley-Saul revealing that Doctor Who merchandise isn’t affected by market forces in "these troubled…

RTD on the New Doctor

Whoever the new star of Doctor Who is, Russell T Davies has very helpfully contributed to a psychological profile in an interview this weekend with the South Wales Evening Post. Davies evidently believes – and rightly so – that the new actor will thrive under the weight of public expectation and pressure… "Now David’s moving…

James Nesbitt Says No

James Nesbitt has ruled himself out of the running for the role of the Eleventh Doctor. The Northern Irish actor – best known for Steven Moffat’s Jekyll, the gritty Murphy’s Law, being a complete pillock in Cold Feet and and cutting his niece’s hair in a Yellow Pages advert – has finally revealed that he…

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