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Who Moons the Press!

The delayed viewing figures are in for Day of the Moon, and they only continue to confirm the Kasterborous argument that, contrary to what a dozen or so tabloids might say, the overnights aren’t everything. With the DVR numbers and people who caught the BBC Three repeat factored in, final ratings for Part Two of…

Matt & Alex Today (VIDEO)

As part of the continuing promotion of Doctor Who in the USA, Matt Smith and Alex Kingston appeared on the NBC broadcast The Today Show earlier today… With Doctor Who Series 6 riding high on BBC America, The Today Show‘s Meredith Viera paid Matt and Alex a visit on the TARDIS set – and even…

Springfield Punx’s Sladen Tribute

Aaaaaaaaaahh (clouds part) The Simpsons… Kasterborous fav Springfield Punx aka Artist Dean Fraser has been converting Who’s finest into the yellow skinned overbitey citizens of Springfield for yet another Doctor Who themed week. Included is a cartoon tribute to Elizabeth Sladen capturing her likeness in both her The Sarah Jane Adventures garb and her Andy…

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Oliver Elmes

As reported by the Doctor Who News Page, former BBC graphics designer Oliver Elmes, who was responsible for various computer generated sequences for the broadcaster during the 1980s, has died. You will know Elmes’ work as the opening titles and logo that graced the Sylvester McCoy era of the show, and various merchandise that was…

Infographs Through Time!

Some people are creative, talented and meticulous in detail to the point where it actually makes you a little bit jealous. In particular, we’re talking about the good people at Scifi Now Magazine who have put together a brilliant infograph based on events in the Doctor’s life from the First Doctor all the way up…

Yo-No-Oh…!

In the past few days we’ve worried about just what its like to be scared, confused child watching Doctor Who, while simultaneously being reduced to scared, confused children by the events of Day of the Moon – it’s no wonder The Curse of the Black Spot felt like to most critics to be little more…

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