Opinion

Opinion

Is Benedict Cumberbatch playing the Master?
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The Doctor’s Master?

I’m going to confess to you right now, that I love the Master. Plain and simple. He’s a fantastic creation and any story he’s in sparkles with intensity. At one point he was rumoured to be the Doctor’s brother but what we ended up with was so much better. Because really, when all is said…

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Introducing: Worlds in Time

Since 1983’s Doctor Who: The First Adventure, Doctor Who has tried hard to break into the gaming industry in a big way. We’ve had Doctor Who and the Mines of Terror, Destiny of the Doctors, The Adventure Games (RIP?) and The Eternity Clock is imminent. But the BBC’s Worlds in Time is something completely different……

The Sensorites of the eponymous Doctor Who serial
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Introducing: The Sensorites

The Sensorites is important. Modern audiences are beginning to appreciate these gems; frankly, any surviving black-and-white stories should be treasured. It’s amazing that we’re still able to see the spectacular William Hartnell as the first Doctor; William Russell as Ian; Jacqueline Hill’s Barbara; and Carol Ann Ford as Susan… in all her screaming glory. Sitting…

The Master’s Top Ten Disguises

When devising his evil schemes the Master liked nothing better than including himself in a hastily assembled, then quickly abandoned disguise as he attempted immortality, world destruction or just a bit of mucking about with democracy. So here is Kasterborous’ list of the top ten disguises used by batty Time Lord the Master! Before we…

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What About the Children (of Earth)?

Some of us remember Worzel Gummidge and Rainbow. Others amongst us will remember Ghostbusters or Batman: The Animated Series. Then there’s Duck Tales, Art Attack and Brum. Up until recently, children’s television has produced some memorable characters and stories but has the industry started to decline? Certainly, The Sarah Jane Adventures is one of the…

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