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Articles by Andrew Reynolds

Everyone has a favourite Doctor and mine - just for his honesty, his fairness and his ability to not notice the Master's awful, awful disguises/anagrams (Sir Gilles Estram!?!) - has to be the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison. The stories didn’t serve him as well as his acting served those stories.

Doctor Who: The Face of Evil on DVD

Will You Face Xoanon?

Overshadowed by Leela’s leather bikini The Face of Evil (or to give it it’s far better original title “The Day God Went Mad”) is one of those fantastic jumble of other sci-fi ideas (2001: A Space Odyssey,  Forbidden Planet, Star Trek) that slides neatly into a fantastic run of great serials in the Fourth Doctor…


The Third Peri!

Underwhelming and self-referential to the point of alienating the very people it hoped to please (i.e. the fans) or a lively action packed addition to the canon and a solid entry in Colin Baker’s first full season? Whatever your thoughts on the 1985 serial Attack of the Cybermen you probably won’t be swayed by this…

Doctor Who: The Daemons on DVD

The Dæmons on DVD!

Being summoned onto DVD this March is the classic Third Doctor serial The Daemons, which is either a beacon of joy for everything that was good and proper about Barry Letts’ approach to Doctor Who or a hate magnet for those opposed to the changes to the show under his watch. That argument Jenkins: Five…

Doctor Who star Karen Gillan

Will Amy Die?

In a round-a-bout way of saying everything and indeed nothing Karen Gillan has blurted that Amy Pond could join the choir invisible when she exit’s the show during Series Seven.   As reported by commuters favourite the Metro while appearing on The Graham Norton Show Gillan admitted she felt relieved to finally be able to…

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