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Moths Down Under

Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf writer and performer Toby Hadoke has been embarking on something of a “world tour” with his one man show this year, and his trip to New Zealand has resulted in a quite different interview to the usual ones. Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf tells the amusing tale of…

Charity Time Lords

Those valiant Hyde Fundraisers have been at it again, this time crossing the Pennines to provide Doctor Who themed charity fun in Doncaster! No doubt greeted with an “Areet Duck?” while dressed as Ood, Time Lords and the Doctor himself, Mike Bargh, pal Andy and his wife Debs helped raise £600 for local charities, £200…

Radiophonic Live

It’s totally something not to be missed if you can make it to London – the best of the BBC’s Radiophonic Workshop has been performed at the Roundhouse! Featuring Workshop archivist Mark Ayres and three of its key ’70s players, Paddy Kingsland, Roger Limb and Peter Howell clad in white lab-coats and accompanied by extensive…

Why Compare?

A recent Den of Geek article compares the BBCs Doctor Who with ITVs Primeval, with the ITV show coming off worse as Doctor Who is shown to use CGI sparingly, have more developed storylines and not rely on a big chase sequence. Furthermore they also argue that the show borrows heavily from Doctor Who, with…

CRAFTAs and WAFTAs

Doctor Who has cleaned up well at both the UK BAFTA Craft awards – recognition for the behind-the-scenes folk in television and cinema – and the Welsh BAFTAs, seen as recognition of behind-the-scenes work in a minor peninsula that gets far more attention than it deserves… In the CRAFTAs Doctor Who won: Best Visual Effects…

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