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.


Weeping Angel Bust Unleashed!

Just how evil is a bust of an already quite menacing statue? If you buy your collectibles on the strength of their evilness (using the standard 1 to 10 scale on the Davros-o-meter ) then this must surely have the highest evil credentials of any toy since Mattel’s Pagan Fun Barbie. Modelled on their debut appearance…

The Tweeting Tease!

When he’s not impressing the known universe with his writing/producing/general Scottishness Steven Moffat also likes to tease questioning fans via the magic of Twitter. The pestering tweeters have been pressing Doctor Who’s Lead Writer and Executive Producer on numerous fronts but the two that perked most fanboys were: Will we see two River Song’s in…

The Prequel is Coming…

If you loved the mini bites of Doctor Who provided by Comic Relief then you’ll be tickled positively pink by the announcement that the BBC are airing online prequels – starting with a preamble to the opening two parter The Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon. The first part of three planned mini episodes which are…

Stetsons are Cool

Fez fans beware; there’s a new cowboy in town. It seems that during his little jaunt across the pond the Doctor became more than a little enamoured with his new head gear. That’s right hat fans, Stetsons are cool. Snapped filming episode twelve in Penarth, the Doctor, in his soon to be trademark green jacket,…

Sheen Confirmed for Gaiman Episode

Neil Gaiman, fantasist, writer and owner of corkscrew hair, has confirmed that Frost/Nixon star Michael Sheen will be lending his voice to a character in the author’s Series 6 episode. Responding to comments made by Sheen after students grilled him about the recent report that Manic Street Preachers bassist/lyricist Nicky Wire wants him to play Dylan Thomas if his fan…

The Sycorax Experience

The Doctor Who Experience doors have been open for just over two weeks and the reviews have been universally positive. The Daily Mirror called the Experience ‘massively exciting’ with Time Out magazine voting it the critics choice for the Best Event of the Week during its opening week. Other media outlets have focused on the immersion…

A Design for Sheen?

They might have sung about loving Richard Nixon but it seems what Nicky Wire wants more is David Frost – Frost/Nixon star Michael Sheen is the actor Manic Street Preacher’s bassist and lyricist Wire could see playing drunken poet Dylan Thomas in his Doctor Who script. Speaking on Radio 2 Wire confirmed that, like every other writer,…

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