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.


Veteran Costume Designer Returns

Velvet smoking jackets, scarf’s that could conceivable cover an entire human body,  crickety cricket wear; Barbara Kidd has taken the Doctor down some usual sartorial routes and now she’s returning to the series for the Christmas special and the next series. Kidd worked on Doctor Who at the beginning of her career creating costumes for…

Moffat on Ratings Storm

The Grand Moff has dismissed the low overnight ratings of the recent series of Doctor Who as unimportant. Moffat made the comments in a video posted on YouTube by his son Joshua (posting as ‘armytedd’) who filmed his family as they prepared to watch last Saturdays finale The Big Bang. The overnight ratings for this…

Moffat’s Favourite?

The Eleventh Hour? Flesh and Stone? Or The Big Bang? It’s not just viewers who struggle to pick their favourite Who episodes from this season. Being a polite chap, Big Boss of Doctor Who Steven Moffat told his son Joshua (who interviewed him via a video uploaded to YouTube under the alias ‘armytedd’) just after…

Unending Talent?

Actor, dancer, singer, presenter and now children’s author; is there anything John Barrowman can’t do? One-man cabaret act Barrowman has announced his first foray into children’s fiction. The book – which will be co-written with his sister Carole who also penned the actor’s autobiographies ‘Anything Goes’ and ‘I Am What I Am’ – will unsurprisingly…

Smith wants McKellen

The Doctor Vs. Magneto? Or perhaps the Doctor Vs. Gandalf? This isn’t ramblings of a fan fiction writer hyped on no sleep and Sunny D but the idea of the Doctor himself Matt Smith. The Time Lord has told Digital Spy that he would love Sir Ian McKellen play a villain in the next series of…

Painting a Perfect Paradigm

With the World Cup kicking it into touch and the hot weather sending everyone out for charcoal, Doctor Who has become the perfect paradigm of a ‘time shift’ program. The series has been kicked from pillar to post in the scheduling and has seen its ratings plummet as a response. However, thanks to Sky+, DVR…

Matt Smith with Orbital

Doctor Who fans getting baked at Glastonbury (in the heat!) last night got a special treat when Matt Smith joined legendary grandmasters of electronic music Orbital on stage to perform the Doctor Who theme. Matt Smith rallied the crowd in front of The Other Stage before joining the brothers Paul and Phil Hartnoll to close…

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