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.


Doctor Boo-Hoo

SF is not all cold ideas and even colder exo-skeletons; sometimes it tugs at our heartstrings reducing even the nerdiest of nerds into a sobbing, dribbling wreck. Celebrating the 31 Best SF Tearjerkers SFX have broken out the kleenex and shared with us some of SF’s most emotionally gruelling moments. With four entries into the chart anyone…

The People Choose Who!

Voting time! Doctor Who has been nominated for the Favourite SciFi/Fantasy Show in the annual People’s Choice Awards in the USA. The programme is one of twelve in the category which includes such luminaries as Being Human, Fringe, True Blood and Supernatural. Don’t worry if seems like a massive headache to choose – you can…

Torchwood: The New Cast?

Casting rumours about Torchwood’s casting rumours the EW have strongly hinted that 23 year-old Greek actress Amber Stevens is the front runner for the role of Esther Katusi. A CIA Watch Anaylst, Esther is one of a handful of new members for Team Jack, and has: “An unshakable faith in human nature and a monster…

Doctor Who Companion Poll

Ah, the good old Radio Times is again offering Doctor Who fans more tantlising details and previously unheard stories from past and present cast/crew members. The magazine has been at it again- in the current issue Matt Smith has been discussing who his favourite companion in Doctor Who, plus a run-down on the Doctor’s former…

H.G. Wells and Doctor Who

A Gentleman, dressed appropriately for his title, walks back to his magnificent machine. A machine which at his very will can take him to any point in our civilisation’s past, present or future. This aged man, turn of the century coat hanging just above his knees, bears more than a passing resemblance to another gentleman…

Doctor John Smith’s Cottage

In a touching tribute to a long time  fan, a Doctor Who hoilday cottage come personal library has opened up in the south east of England. Doctor John Smith’s Cottage has been set up in the memory of David Bannister who died suddenly last year at the age of 51, leaving a large collection of Who…

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