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Holmes Actor a “Master” of Word Choice

As you may already know, Benedict Cumberbatch, currently starring as Britain’s second-most-loved (unless you’re a James Bond enthusiast, in which case he’s the third) fictional hero in the Steven Moffat programme, Sherlock, has recently cleverly dodged a question about his near-future career plans in a Digital Spy video interview, leading many to believe the detective…

Moffat Tears Into Press Lies

Doctor Who Executive Producer Steven Moffat has given an exclusive interview to HeyUGuys.co.uk about his well-received Sherlock re-imagining (co-written with Mark Gatiss) and of course Doctor Who. There is plenty to read, from The Grand Moff’s thoughts on Russell T Davies’ The Writer’s Tale to the future of British television and his own future, as…

Situation Vacant Reviewed

At Christmas, the Eighth Doctor and Lucie Miller parted ways for good. Now that he’s had some time on his own to get over his latest break up, the Doctor’s ready to find a new friend to travel with and that’s how season 4 of the Eighth Doctor Adventures kicks off. Situation Vacant revolves around…

Vote K-9!

The SFX website is canvassing votes for their 200 Greatest SF and fantasy characters ever poll in celebration of SFX’s 200th edition, which features in the August – and this week they’re looking for robots! With heroes, heroines, monsters and superheroes all covered already – ideal if you want to vote for the Doctor, Jack…

No Clues on Torchwood Writers

As part of his mammoth spoiler free Torchwood Series 4 pre-production chat to SFX, Russell T Davies has been talking about how the show has developed since he moved out to the USA in summer 2009. Thanks to the success of Children of Earth, it seems that Russell was able to begin planning the new…

RTD on Writers’ Rooms

The writers room; a hodge-podge of college graduates, seasoned veterans and tired-eyed assistants who’ve clambered there way in the door after submitting spec script after spec script after spec script. In the USA, this system has produced some of the greatest (and some awful) television. In the UK, this system has produced My Family. Torchwood Over-fiend Russell T….

The Spirit Trap

Victorian ghost tales have been a staple of our fictional diet since Charles Dickens released A Christmas Carol and the era of spirit mediums and spirit photography does provide a perfect setting to be used for such tales, making the era a prime setting when a tale needs to have a certain air of mystery…

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