Articles by Patrick Riley

Patrick Riley

Patrick has just been murdered and is currently seated on the edge of a lawn chair wondering when this Missy person will stop demanding his autograph. He probably can't tweet from the grave, but you should follow him anyway @10PatrickRiley.


Moffat’s Got No Clue (Perhaps)

As part of the ongoing Doctor Who Series 7 scheduling fiasco, it would appear that even the Grand Moff himself has no idea when we’re actually going to see the already-commissioned episodes that follow this autumn’s season finale.  After word got out in Private Eye and The Guardian that the next run may  be split…

Doctor Evil and the Next Finale

It’s a question that many of us have pondered ever since the beginning of our tenures as Whovians:  What would the Doctor be like if he were evil? Valeyard aside, Matt Smith recently supplied io9 with hints about what his Eleventh Doctor would be like if he turned to the dark side: An evil version…

Character Building Army Packs

While there’s no new micro-figures or sets to report about, we can tell you about the latest developments from Character Building, the organization behind the hit Doctor Who almost-Legos… and they’re called Army Packs! Are you a youngster (for real or at heart) wishing to expand the number of desperate predicaments your micro-figure Doctor finds…

Reign of Terror Animated!

Smashing news for any who mourn the loss of various episodes from the 60s era of Doctor Who – The Reign of Terror, the final story of Season 1 (and the second story chronologically to have long-gone components after Marco Polo 100% of which is missing in action) is to have its two departed sections…

Final Sarah Jane Titles

It’s quite sad to think that there are only six episodes, or three two-part stories, remaining in The Sarah Jane Adventures before the wonderful Doctor Who spinoff, and new on-screen appearances of Sarah Jane herself, will be gone forever. On the plus side, we now know the names of all three remaining stories and the…

Karen’s Monster Spoilers!

If you’re not after any spoilers, my friends, and especially if you’re one of those non-British people who haven’t even seen The Almost People yet, you can stop reading this article… now! We’ll find out for sure when A Good Man Goes To War this Saturday at 6:40 PM on BBC One. (via DIY)

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