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Ken Stott as Tony Hancock

The tortured soul that was Tony Hancock was remarkably portrayed by Ken Stott in this weeks Curse of Comedy drama on BBC Four. Tender moments between him and his aging best friends young wife were counterpointed with a stark insight into the dark side of this most tragic of comics, who would finally succumb to…

Finding a Meaning

A couple of news sites have drawn attention to Simon White, a Doctor Who fan who used the series to get through addiction and is now selling a collection of merchandise in order to be more comfortable with his new found Christian faith. His collection includes a home built Police Box replica, and the 47-year-old,…

Doctor Who Adventures 57

Ood news… This week in Doctor Who Adventures… Get ready for the exciting new series of Doctor Who with a special preview of what’s coming up. How will Donna meet the Doctor? Who is Wilf? What are the Pyrovile? And what connects Agatha Christie to scary giant wasps? Check out what we know so far….

Ming Mong Tick Tock

Unbelievable. Just days after an interview in SFX in which online fans are described as "ming mongs" (the root of this insult being an offensive slur against Down’s Syndrome sufferers notwithstanding) by showrunner Russell T Davies, a bunch of clowns have complained about the scheduled 6.30 start time. Get a grip you chimps. Just because…

Comedy Dialogue of the Week

[singlepic=11,320,240,,right]Fawlty Towers – Communication Problems: Mrs Richards: I asked for a room with a view! Basil: [muttering to Manuel] Deaf, mad, and blind… [He goes to the window and peers through it.] Basil: Ah, this is the view as far as I can remember, madam… yes, yes, this is it. Mrs Richards: When I pay…

Literary Cred

Doctor Who novels have been with us almost as long as the series, and whether adaptations or original works they’ve helped colour the unfolding text. So it is refreshing to see The Times take the subject so seriously, although it’s taken the Oxford Literary Festival 2008 to push them in the right direction. BBC Books…

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