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Donald Hewlett

Doctor Who guest star Donald Hewlett, best know for his role as Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Reynolds in the 70’s sitcom It Ain’t Half Hot Mum, has died, aged 90. Hewlett passed away after a long battle with illness at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in west London on Saturday the BBC reports. Hewlett made his only appearance in Doctor Who…

Tony Lee Podcasted

Dirty WHOers, the blog site happily dumping tequlia, bad language and chaos all over the Whoniverse have managed to nab a word or two with New York Times Best-selling Graphic Novelist and writer Tony Lee, the genius behind IDW’s  Doctor Who comics. Lee (pictured here with Doctor Who novelist, script editor and former DWM editor Gary…

The Crash of the Elysium

On crossing the threshold of a well intentioned exhibition on the mysterious sinking of a Victorian steamer called the Elysium, most children won’t expect anything out of the ordinary, other than a few buttons to press and a few lectures to half absorb. Only for an hour of their lives everything will change. On the…

What Will 2012 Bring?

Closing the gates after the horse has bolted seems to be the Beeb’s lot in life at the moment thanks to a rather baffling strategy of not releasing any information regarding the new series then acting all surprised when journalists start to do their jobs and investigate why the corporation hasn’t been more forthcoming. The Beeb valiantly…

Much Ado About Reviewing

Careening onto the stage in a Union Jack clad golf buggy is one way to make an entrance. Naturally for a Shakespeare veteran David Tennant received the bulk of praise for Josie Rourke’s go-go 80’s update of William Shakespeare’s comedy Much Ado About Nothing. The adaptation, half high art, half sitcom pilot, sees the former…

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