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Introducing: Dragonfire

Dragonfire is both the end of an era – and the start of a new one. The story about Kane and Iceworld came at the end of Season 24, the start of which introduced Sylvester McCoy as the Doctor. It was a time of great change for the show. Colin Baker had been very publically…


A Question of Colour

It annoys me. Does it annoy anyone else? Each time the Doctor goes to change the great British media starts proclaiming that the next Doctor might be black or a woman as if it’s a major issue. And it’s not. Not really. We’re talking about an alien who just happens to look vaguely human. That…

Paul Darrow guests in Robots of Death: Live

Gareth Kavanagh on Robots of Death: Live

In advance of the arrival of Robots of Death and Storm Mine to live audiences in Manchester’s Fab Cafe and Lass O’Gowrie, writer Matthew Badham has spent some time with Greater Manchester Fringe Chair and Lass O’Gowrie co-owner Gareth Kavanagh to find out more about the background for these productions, which form part of the Greater…

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock physical release for PS3

Eternity Clock Giveaway!

You’ve read the reviews, seen the screenshots and enjoyed the video clips; we’ve brought you features and interviews on the game, and now Kasterborous brings one lucky reader the opportunity to win Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock! It’s the latest game based on Doctor Who and joins a long list that includes Doctor Who: The…

The Gelth-controlled grandma in 2005's The Unquiet Dead

Being Scared

My daughter is deathly afraid of the house two doors down. Not the people in it, no, the house itself. Why? Because flanking the front door are what she thinks are two Weeping Angels. Since Doctor Who returned in 2005, I’ve been watching Doctor Who with my daughter, who’s now 10. We watched Blink together,…

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