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.


Jack Gets His Doctor

We’ve been aware for a while now that Captain Jack Harkness, like many TARDIS companions before and after him, has a slight case of unrequited love for everyone’s favourite time-travelling madman, but has never and more than likely will never have the Doctor all to himself. While many a Davies fan yearning for another Time-Lord-and-human…

Silence in the Museum

You probably won’t remember much from your next trip to the Doctor Who Experience exhibition in London.  Presumably, especially if you’ve been there before and have already seen the other Whoniverse artifacts, you’ll spend much of your visit staring at the Silence, so that when you finally decide to leave, it’ll be like you were…

They Keep Killing Rory

“Oh my God!  They killed Rory!  You b******!” My friends, those are the words you would hear if South Park ever made a spoof of the Matt Smith era of Doctor Who.  But some would argue that Doctor Who is beginning to turn into a slight parody of South Park, with the aforementioned Rory Pond…

McCoy and the Minister

As we’ve already mentioned a couple of times, The Minister of Chance has returned with an all new audio Doctor Who spinoff that could potentially be a full series, starring Julian Wadham as the Minister and featuring both Paul McGann and Sylvester McCoy in roles that aren’t an incarnation of the Doctor. For McCoy, part…

Dress Like Eleven!

Oi you!  Yes, you there, 13-year-old digging in your dad’s closet!  And you, 13-year-old’s dad digging in your own closet!  Sure, there’s plenty of tweed jackets in there, but if you want to go to school work the Doctor Who Experience exhibition dressed as the Eleventh Doctor, a grey one or a brown one simply…

Who Moons the Press!

The delayed viewing figures are in for Day of the Moon, and they only continue to confirm the Kasterborous argument that, contrary to what a dozen or so tabloids might say, the overnights aren’t everything. With the DVR numbers and people who caught the BBC Three repeat factored in, final ratings for Part Two of…

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