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.

Matt’s Fond of Who

Matt Smith may have a date in mind for when he’ll hang up the bow tie and braces but for now he feels ‘privilaged’ to occupy the role he has become so fond of. Speaking to the Northampton Chronicle on the eve of Doctor Who’s return to our screens with Let’s Kill Hitler this Saturday…

David Tennant: Ladies Man?

Far be it from Kasterborous to judge what is a normal relationship (why only last week we finally met a real girl) but David Tennant’s past relationships with his Doctor Who co-stars seemed pretty standard for a person forced to stand in the body odour of the cast and crew of a very demanding show….

So the TARDIS is Solar Powered?

There have been many explanations as to what powers the TARDIS- The Eye of Harmony, the heart of the TARDIS, Mercury, Zeiton 7, Mr. Fusion, Leaded, Unleaded, you name it – only from now on it appears as though it’ll be powered by something a little more within our own Solar System. Business Green reports…

Autumn Offerings from AudioGo

Aliens in America and Weeping Angels are set to capture your Autumn thanks to these releases from AudioGo. In the first release the Doctor, Amy and Rory head for the Big Apple in 1965 to face down an extra-terrestrial disease infecting the population forcing a slowly dying Doctor to make a terrible decision in Blackout….

There Hugo, Moff!

Doctor Who has won its fifth Hugo Award in the history of the ceremony for the Series 5 finale The Pandorica Opens and The Big Bang. The award for Best Dramatic Presentation (Short Form) also marks the fourth time that Steven Moffat has picked up a gong- he had previously won for The Empty Child/The…

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