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.


David Tennant 2009 and 2010

Two years is a long time for a former Doctor. Since walking away from the TARDIS David Tennant has taken on the Bard in Hamlet, made his first tentative steps into America, plotted against the girls of St. Trinian’s and begun filming his first big Hollywood role in horror remake Fright Night. David Tennant 2009…

Shearman-in-Residence

Robert Shearman – Doctor Who writer extraordinaire – has become the Writer-in-Residence at Napier University in Edinburgh, a role previously held by Scottish novelist James Robertson (And the Land Lay Still). As part of Napier’s MA in Creative Writing, the Hugo nominated writer will be channelling and enthusing along with students on the course as…

Matt Smith on The Late, Late Show

Did you see Matt Smith being all modern and youthful on his return to The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson? No…? Following on from Karen Gillan’s appearance – which actually aired first resulting in some Timey Wimey-ness outside of its usual Tardis based setting – the Eleventh Doctor took time out to reflect on…

Moffat Reappraised

What hasn’t been said in criticism levelled at the Moffat era of Doctor Who is that most of the complaints: ‘Its changed too much’, ‘the writing is bad’ ‘its too sexualised’ have all been levelled at the show before. They’re not unique to Moffat’s rule at all. They are the general gripes and moans that…

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