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Modern Doctor Who is available on Netflix
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Where You Can Watch Doctor Who Online

Doctor Who has been off air for several weeks now. You might be bored of your Time Lord-free life, refreshing Kasterborous every 15 minutes for the latest news and attempting to mainline Rick Lundeen’s adaptation of The Daleks’ Master Plan to keep you going until November. But in actual fact, if you’re reading this, you…

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Lee Sullivan and the Ginger Doctor

I first encountered Lee Sullivan’s work on the covers of Transformers UK, shortly before he started contributing work to Doctor Who Magazine. More recent fans of the series will probably be more familiar with his work in the 50th Anniversary celebration Prisoners of Time from IDW. However there is a Doctor who falls between the…

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Introducing: The Ark in Space

As part of our 50th anniversary celebrations, we’re looking back at some of the pivotal tales of all of time and space, taking on one Doctor each month, running up to November – and An Unearthly Child… 1975’s The Ark in Space is a masterclass in Doctor Who, written by arguably the person who knew…

Doctor Who: Fish Fingers and Custard
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How Did YOU Meet the Doctor?

New contributor Melinda recalls how she encountered Doctor Who for the first time. Was it fate? Let’s travel back in time a bit – something we’re all familiar with here – to September of 2012. Yes, it’s not that far off and many of you are probably thinking what a boring choice for time travel,…

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Racegate: Rising above the Daily Mail

James Colvin offers his considered opinion on the press storm surrounding forthcoming book Doctor Who and Race. Doctor Who. Racism. Big topic. As Christian has graciously conceded, Kasterborous “found itself caught up in a froth-mouthed, pitchfork-wielding mob” over this, instigated by none other than the Daily Mail. This is easily done of course – and…

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