Articles by Philip Bates

When he’s not watching television, reading books ‘n’ Marvel comics, listening to The Killers, and obsessing over script ideas, Philip Bates pretends to be a freelance writer. He enjoys collecting everything.


Behind-the Scenes Interviews at the BAFTAs
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Behind-the Scenes Interviews at the BAFTAs

As you’ve no doubt heard, The Day of the Doctor won the Radio Times Audience Award at the BAFTAs, and the film and TV institution has released the above clip, revisiting the ceremony and showing behind-the-scenes interviews, conducted by Jenni Falconer. The award was presented on Sunday 18th May and was collected by executive producer, Faith…

The Day of the Doctors
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The Day of the Doctor Wins BAFTA!

The Day of the Doctor has won the Radio Times Audience Award at the BAFTAs! The award is voted for by members of the public, so it shows Doctor Who‘s massive popularity that the 50th anniversary special has triumphed. And even more impressively, it was up against some much-loved shows, including Broadchurch, Breaking Bad and The Great British Bake Off. John…

Here's Peter Capaldi as the Doctor!
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Three Twelfth Doctor Books in September!

It looks like we’ll get the first three Twelfth Doctor books in the New Series Adventures range this September! Although we know nothing about them bar their titles and authors, it would make perfect sense that these hardcovers continue the range that began in 2005 with The Clockwise Man, detailing new tales for Peter Capaldi’s Twelfth…

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Series 8 Air Date: A Big Clue?

Could three fiction books give us Whovians a clue as to when Doctor Who Series 8 will air in the UK? Silhouette by Justin Richards, The Crawling Terror by Mike Tucker, and The Blood Cell by James Goss are expected to continue the New Series Adventures range that began in 2005, but introduce Peter Capaldi’s Twelfth Doctor to…

Panic Moon
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Panic Moon May 2014 Out Now!

Hmm? What’s that, my child? The first 2014 issue of the fanzine, Panic Moon, is out now, you say? Yes, yes, quite so! Dated this month, the A6 ‘pocket-sized’ fanzine largely focuses on William Hartnell’s brilliant First Doctor: It’s a real mixed bag this time, but has an unintended – but nevertheless welcome – slight First Doctor…

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