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.


David J Howe

David J Howe has been associated with Doctor Who for a quite sometime. His books on the history of the classic series released during the 1990’s are regarded as some of the finest pieces to be written about the show. His publishing house Telos has also released some excellent books which cover other cult shows…

Doctor Who: The Dalek Collection

Following on from the Doctor Who: The Cybermen Collection comes The Dalek Collection; a compendium of most of the adventures the new series has produced containing the Doctor’s most popular foes. But is there any point to such releases, I ask myself? Surely fans will have these already either in vanilla editions or in the…

Silva Screen Dalek Soundtracks

The soundtracks for Dr. Who And The Daleks and Daleks’ Invasion Earth 2150 are released on October 12th, 2009 from Silva Screen Records – James Whittington reviews them here… Ahh, the waft of Technicolor memories almost drowned me when I inserted this CD into my player. Those lovely people at Silva Screen Records have delivered…

The Keys Of Marinus

William Hartnell’s monochromatic Doctor Who era continues on DVD with the release of his fifth adventure, The Keys Of Marinus. A six-parter written by Daleks creator Terry Nation, the story promises much but as its spread scross six episodes will it be able to sustain the promised tension? Materialising on an island of glass in…

The Black Guardian Trilogy: Terminus

The first instalment of the Black Guardian Trilogy left many fans, including myself, feeling a bit flat. It contained so many missed chances that it didn’t really bode well for the next adventure, the wonderfully titled Terminus. Thanks to the combined efforts of treacherous Turlough and the Black Guardian, the Doctor and his companions are…

The Twin Dilemma

Colin Baker’s tenure in Doctor Who is well documented. It wasn’t the easiest TARDIS residency, being saddled with some of the poorest stories of the show’s history as well as being given the costume from hell. Looking back with the benefit if hindsight, it seems as if they were trying to oust him before he…

© 2005-2014 Kasterborous. Theme Old Paper by ThunderThemes.net