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.


Charity Chin-Fuzz

Take a look at my photo on the about page (incidentally, don’t I look like a fat George Harrison…?) you’ll notice in the general white noise of ugliness that I have an affliction. A self inflicted curse I’m forced to carry around on my face like a particularly hideous birth defect or Piers Morgans entire…

An Impossible Reaction!

Reaction to The Impossible Astronaut continues to 99% positive, with only a few rogue elements making a noise that can only be compared with “attention-seeking“. With a show this inventive the reviewers have had to upgrade their word-weapons firing such praiseworthy mortars as The Independent‘s overview which started with a ‘bigger, bolder, better’ introduction and…

Smith: USA Enthusiasm Wonderful

Ah people of the US, the Doctor himself has leaned over your fair country and beamed with paternal pride. He’s fathered a nation of Who geeks. Congratulations! Speaking to Entertainment Weekly Matt Smith has been overwhelmed by the response to this former rickety show with planet sized imagination. “There’s something wonderful about the way Americans…

Cartmel Talks Thatcher

Enemy of the Thatcher and Former Doctor Who Script Editor Andrew Cartmel is reminiscing about his time controlling the very legacy of the Doctor for podcast series SFP.now. Cartmel is perhaps best know for adding a bit of class to the downright shoddy cancellation imposed on the show by the big wigs at the Beeb…

The Celestial Money-maker

Non-Celestial Toymakers Character have announced market beating profits in the lead up to the new series, and new line of toys, of Doctor Who. Demand for Doctor Who toys  lifted sales by 35 per cent to £58.1million in the six months ending in February while profits surged 78 per cent to £6.6million. The company – who…

Elisabeth Sladen Tribute Announced

As soon as the thrills of The Impossible Astronaut have faded from our television sets the BBC will reflect on the recent sad passing of Elisabeth Sladen – the actress who played perhaps the greatest and most worthy of the Doctors companions, journalist Sarah Jane Smith – with a 15 minute tribute entitled My Sarah Jane:…

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