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.


Bad Sting Bay!

Flee the Beaches! ‘Bad Wolf Bay’ has been invaded by an army of Moon Jellyfish! Dozens of the tentacled menace’s have washed up on Newton Beach, near Porthcawl, Bridgend, the location used many times by the Doctor Who production teams. Between April and September Moon Jellyfish can usually be seen in estuaries and bays where…

Ianto’s Dead: Get Over It!

One man publicity blitzkrieg John Barrowman has told AfterElton that fans need to let go of former Torchwood’s ‘general support officers’ death and look forward to (Group) Captain Jack’s future sexual escapades. Asked about his reaction to fans who felt ‘cheated’ by Ianto’s death at the hands of the 456 in Children of Earth ,…

The Ballad of (McCoy as) Bilbo Baggins

Despite the financial difficulties facing MGM and the subsequent departure of original director Guillermo Del Toro (Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth) several casting rumours have put Seventh Doctor, Sylvester McCoy, in line for a role in The Hobbit. Nothing has been confirmed yet but Peter Jackson, who is close to putting pen to paper on directing both…

IDW’S Doctor Who Annual 2010

A by-product of the ongoing IDW Doctor Who series featuring the Tenth Doctor is that it often feels like its trapped in two duelling time warps. On the one hand, it has to remain interesting and unique enough to capture the attention of fans already swooning over Matt Smith whilst on the other it has to bring the…

A Maple Leaf Dalek

As impressive acts of nerdom go, its up their with calling your child Harley Quinn or knitting the entire first level of Super Mario Bros on a scarf. For the past year Canadian Whovians Rob Green (I bet this Rob Green can holdonto a ball) and Peter Nesbitt have been building their own Dalek from toilet…

The Definitive Villains

The Guardian’s Data Blog, inspired by the work of xxnapoleansolo on Many Eyes, has published a definitive list of every Doctor Who villain. The list contains every enemy to appear in the show since 1963 (although it excludes the audio books, books and spin off media) and could serve as a handy tool to see who just might put…

Doctor Who AudioGo-a-go-go!

Doctor Who Audiobooks has a new master; call him AudioGo! BBC Worldwide have announced the sale of 85% of the shareholding in BBC Audiobooks (including BBC Audiobooks America) to AudioGo Limited, a group formed by of seven partners including Michael Kuhn, Marc Meyer and Malcolm Ritchie who worked together at Polygram, for £10 million. Michael Kuhn told the MediaGuardian…

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