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Where’s Our Prelude?

We shared a fun prequel to Asylum of the Daleks a couple of days ago, one that featured Matt Smith as the Doctor and a man in a hooded gown. It was fun – but it wasn’t intended for UK consumption. This is something that has upset a few fans, such as our own Alasdair…

Arthur Darvill, Matt Smith and Karen Gillan in Doctor Who: Asylum of the Daleks
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Doctor Who Series 7a Preview

Today, the Whoniverse lights up with the return of our favourite TV show for Series… well, actually, which series is this? Billed as Series 7, this is the 33rd season of Doctor Who since 1963, but seasons and runs and episodes can get confused. From 2008-2010 we had a run of five specials which were…

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Asylum of the Spoilers

Doctor Who fans desperate to keep a lid on anything Asylum of the Daleks shaped will be disappointed to learn that already one major newspaper has leaked something of importance concerning the episode. It’s pretty grim that we’ve got over two weeks to wait and that the press are already making things tough for spoilerphobes,…

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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…

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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…

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