Articles by James Whittington

James has been a Doctor Who fan for as long as he can recall. A child of the 70s and 80s, he weathered all the storms and controversies the show encountered, though he didn’t buy the “Doctor In Distress” single.


Vampires of Venice Preview

Time for an exclusive preview of The Vampires of Venice, the next episode in the adventures of the Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond… Warning – Mild Spoilers May Be Contained Below. “Stop talking. Brain thinking. Hush” After last week’s much debated and, to some short minded people, controversial ending we find the Doctor and Amy…

The Time Of Angels

“Time is not the boss of me!” The Weeping Angels are probably the most interesting and scary monsters to evolve from the new era of Doctor Who. Their appearance in the Doctor-lite episode Blink returned the series to its darker roots and was a triumph of writing from Steven Moffat. Being a pessimist I expected…

Max Faulkner

Doctor Who fight arranger, actor, stunt man Max Faulkner passed away within the last few weeks. During the late 1950s and 1960s he appeared in The ITV Play Of The Week (1958), International Detective (1960), The Saint (1963) and two episodes of The Prisoner (1968). However, it is his work during the golden age of…

Hubert Rees

One of the most experienced supporting actors to grace the classic series of Doctor Who died recently. Hubert Rees was already a well known face on British TV before he appeared in the 1968 adventure Fury From The Deep in the role of Chief Engineer. By this time he had already starred in such shows…

Dead Air

Written By James Goss, Dead Air is another Doctor Who story read by Tenth Doctor actor David Tennant. Dead Air arrives heralding the end of David Tennant’s reign; for this reviewer it’s about time. Don’t get me wrong, Tennant has been exactly what the series needed to help it to grow. But his over-exposure across…

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