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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 Pilot Snuffed

Digital Spy reported this week that the pilot episode of Steven Moffat’s planned BBC drama Sherlock is not set to air.  The programme itself, which will star Martin Freeman as fiction’s most famous mystery-solver and co-created by another Who veteran, Mark Gatiss, intends to entertain its viewers over a three-part run this summer, but the…

SFX Gets Cold-Blooded

Cold Blood fever is spreading contagiously as the buildup for the next episode begins to swallow the ‘net like the crack in Amy’s wall!  SFX, for example, has apparently seen the episode, and is now speaking in riddles with an eleven-point preview (spoiler-free?) published on the site yesterday. Some of the most interesting features of…

“Live” Tickets On Sale…

…Careful where you buy them… “Doctor Who Tickets at Cheap Price,” reads the headline from this press release posted last Tuesday on SBWire.  After providing a lengthy description about Doctor Who’s most basic essentials that anyone even remotely interested in attending the event would no doubt already know… “The programme depicts the adventures of a…

Living in Tom Baker’s Shoes

It’s nothing short of mind-boggling when one thinks of how many Doctor Who artifacts one might find collecting dust in people’s attics, just waiting to be put up for sale.  The latest collection of Who paraphernalia to succumb to this fate was purchased Sunday at the Angels Film Costume Auction hosted by the Cameo Fine…

Getting the Hang of Peter

The Herts Advertiser published an extensive biography interview last month featuring the comic book legend that is Dave Gibbons!  Gibbons was involved in drawing nearly all of the comics in the first 69 issues of Doctor Who Weekly (or as it was later known, Doctor Who Monthly, and is what modern Whovians will recognize as being…

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