The Dominators

Written at a time when peace and love was just about to turn into anxiety and hate, The Dominators is one of those Second Doctor adventures that not only reflects its time but is also a brilliantly constructed piece of drama. Directed by the legendary Morris Barry and famous for the new baddies known as…

Moff Hits Back

Doctor Who head honcho boss man “The Grand Moff” Steven Moffat has hit back at attempts to generate a pubic feud between himself and comedian and writer Stephen Fry, who recently commented that the popular family drama is “not for adults“. Clearly the two men have a difference of opinion on the matter of whether…

Cribbins’ Classics

I think we’re all pretty much agreed on the fact that your can’t beat a bit of Bernard Cribbins; although I think any decision on badly-researched hacks can wait. Recently the Cribster was at the first night of The Railway Children at Waterloo station (no, really) and was asked by the press what made his…

Sophie Aldred @ Vworp 3

Former Doctor Who companion Sophie Aldred is among the guests at this weekend’s Vworp 3 event, in which she’ll be talking about her 6 favourite things about the show. Sophie was first seen as Ace in 1987’s Dragonfire, and replaced Bonnie Langford’s Mel as the Seventh Doctor’s companion. Ace quickly became a popular character, with…

Cobwebs Preview

Coming soon, from Big Finish… …is the hotly anticipated Cobwebs, which reunites the old Fifth Doctor TARDIS team of Nyssa, Turlough and mouth on legs, Tegan! “You know what cobwebs mean. Spiders…” In search of a cure for a sickness that’s so far claimed six billion lives, scientist Nyssa arrives at an abandoned gene-tech facility…

“John, I’ll Have Your Baby”

John Barrowman, also known as everyone’s favourite “Doctor With Weapons,” Captain Jack Harkness, in Torchwood and Doctor Who, has revealed that he was offered a child by Drea de Matteo, who played Barrowman’s ex-girlfriend during his short stint on Desperate Housewives. Said Barrowman, “Drea said we’re like brother and sister, separated at birth, and that…

Moff’s Christmas

It might only be July, but the thrill of Christmas is already bristling hairs on the back of our necks at Kasterborous Towers as we look forward to the next episode of Doctor Who. Like a small child using the first week of their summer holidays to write a Christmas list, we’re thrilled by Steven…

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