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Doctor Who and the Election

Former Doctor Who cast members Peter Kay and Catherine Tate – as well as Torchwood star John Barrowman – have signed a petition to promote the allegedly bleak prospects for the BBC under a possible Conservative government. Already this election we have seen David Tennant voicing a Labout Party Political Broadcast (which starred Sean Pertwee,…

Charlie Brooker on Nortongate

TV critic and Doctor Who fan Charlie Brooker had a great rant on his topical TV quiz show You Have Been Watching this week – directed at the whole concept of IPPs (in programme prompts) of the type that marred the end of The Time of Angels last weekend. Featuring Brooker, Lauren Laverne, Chris Addison…

Flesh and Stone Clips

Whoah there! Don’t go rushing into watching these Doctor Who clips unless you’re absolutely certain you want to watch 3 minutes of Flesh and Stone! Featuring Matt Smith as the Doctor, Karen Gillan as Amy Pond, Alex Kingston as River Song and Iain Glen as Father Octavian, these 3 clips cover several distinct scenes throughout…

“Bow ties are cool”

It seems that suits are coming back into popularity among men – and Doctor Who star Matt Smith is being cited as one of the reasons, reports The Scotsman, thanks to his natty bow tie. According to Slaters of Edinburgh, nothing significant has occurred as yet: “We see no significant swing to suits but, yes,…

Doctor Who Magazine 421

There are Vampires, Silurians and life-changing choices to be made, in Doctor Who Magazine 421! DWM previews four fantastic forthcoming episodes of Doctor Who – The Vampires of Venice, Amy’s Choice, The Hungry Earth and Cold Blood – with exclusive interviews with writers Toby Whithouse, Simon Nye, Chris Chibnall and Steven Moffat, and never-before-seen photos!…

The Reaction of Angels

Slightly earlier than last week, we’ve got a round up of the critical reaction to the latest episode of Doctor Who. The Time of Angels – starring Matt Smith, Karen Gilland and Alex Kingston – seems to have gone down a treat, with Steven Moffat’s returning Weeping Angels displaying even greater powers than we saw…

Cynicism of the Daleks?

The new look Daleks were unveiled with a collective “oh” earlier this month, as Doctor Who fans were brought face to face with a new style of travel machine that wouldn’t look out of place in TV21 comic. Some have even suggested that the redesign is wholly financially motivated. According to Private Eye: …in return…

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