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.


Angel Smiling
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The Angels Take Manhattan ReKapped!

You don’t believe that statues can move. And you’re right: they can’t – of course they can’t… when you’re looking. Chapter 1. The Dying Detective. On the instructions of the mysterious Julius Grayle, Detective Sam Garner makes his way to a rundown hotel, Winter Quays. He meets a dying man, who warns him that the…

"The real world is a lie - and your nightmares are real."
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Dr. Moon Does The Cha Cha

Strictly Come Dancing returns to your screens tonight, signalling the countdown to the next episode of Doctor Who (and Christmas). And Whovians will recognise a familiar face. Colin Salmon, who is dancing alongside Kristina Rihanoff, played Doctor Moon in 2008’s Silence in the Library/ Forest of the Dead, where he tried to keep Charlotte Abigail…

Room at the Top
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Room with a View?

Jenna-Louise Coleman, the Doctor’s new companion, has caused quite a stir after appearing topless in BBC4’s adaptation of Room at the Top. In the story based on the book by John Braine, Jenna plays Susan Brown, who is seduced by protagonist, Joe Lampton (Matthew McNulty), in order for him to climb the social ladder. The…

The Power of Three 3
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The Power of Three ReKapped!

Amy and Rory have two lives: real life and ‘Doctor-life.’ And they’re beginning to realise that they have to choose. “Every time we flew away with the Doctor, we’d just become part of his life. But he never stood still long enough to become part of ours. Except once: the year of the slow invasion….

Fanwnak Issue 6 is out now
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FANWNAK #6 on Pre-order

The sixth issue of Doctor Who fanzine, FANWNAK, is available for pre-order now. The new issue, eight months in the making, is the first after swallowing up fellow fanzines, BANDRIL and TOMTIT, and features a newly-designed logo by Vincent Smedhurst. The 114-page full-colour A4 magazine presents a mix of funny and serious articles, including: Are…

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