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.


Mr & Mrs Who?

Richard Curtis is no stranger to weddings – that’s why he’s thrown his hat into the ring for the Doctors and Amy’s nuptials. Curtis, writer of Four Weddings and a Funeral and Bridget Jones’s Diary and this Saturdays episode of Who Vincent and the Doctor, loves the chemistry between Matt Smith and Karen Gillan so…

Winter of Fear?

The BBC have announced a potential title of the second Doctor Who: Adventure Games episodes on the Doctor Who website Under a ‘coming soon’ listing for the downloadable series there is an image of a Cyberman with the title “Winter of Terror” which is either a tantalising tease, the title or an allusion to the…

The Joy of Who

Richard Curtis has told BBC Newsbeat about the joy of working on Doctor Who. The rom-com genius behind Love, Actually, Four Weddings and a Funeral and one of the scriptwriters of Bridget Jones’s Diary said how relaxed he felt taking on the daunting mantle of writer on one the BBC’s flagship shows. “I just love…

Dalek in Wokingham

It used to be that school fairs were just wasp covered cupcakes, hook-a-duck and half inflated bouncy castles not the stomping ground of metallic harbingers of doom. However, Addington School in Wokingham have just that – a full size Dalek. The fair, which takes place on Saturday, 19th June, will also give people the chance…

No Van Gogh Jokes

Richard Curtis refused to make any jokes about Vincent Van Gogh’s infamous act of self-mutilation in his upcoming Doctor Who episode The Four Weddings and a Funeral writer revealed to the Radio Times that he would not make any jokes about the 19th Century artists ear slicing incident, to which he probably owes at least…

Doctor Who and the Flying Bonsai

Oh fame, fame, fatal fame. Imagine having the whole world hanging on your every movement- sounds horrible, right? Well imagine no more because thanks to obsessive media types we can live vicariously through our Doctor Who heroes Matt Smith and Karen Gillan. Hurrah! So what’s Matt been up to? Well according to the People, he’s…

Doctor Who Story Guide

Pensioner favourite and all round Doctor Who champion the Radio Times is to continue its online Doctor Who Story guide. Radio Times journalists Mark Braxton and Patrick Mulkern with the assistance of Radio Times historian Ralph Montagu are compiling an in-depth analysis of every transmitted Doctor Who story. So far the project covers every episode…

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