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Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor Vol.2 The Weeping Angels Of Mons – Out This Week!

Unbelievably, it’s time for another compilation release from Titan, as volume 2 of the Tenth Doctor’s adventures are released in graphic novel form. Next Wednesday (22nd) sees the comic store release of Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor Vol.2 The Weeping Angels Of Mons by Robbie Morrison (Spider-Man, Drowntown, Nikolai Dante) and art by Daniel Indro (Sherlock Holmes, Green Hornet) and Eleonora Carlini! The second…

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Reviewed: The Omega Factor Series 1

Yet again, Big Finish has produced a powerful piece of audio drama any fan of the show or connoisseur of quality should listen to. In 1979, BBC 1 broadcast a ten-part series, The Omega Factor, written by Jack Gerson, starring Louise Jameson and James Hazeldine. It dealt with themes of the supernatural and psychic powers. Set in…

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TARDIS Hits San Andreas, Billie’s Dubsmash and Jenna’s Female Doctor Endorsement

It’s today’s News Blast and this time we’ve got fashion tips, getting ‘wasted’ by Daleks, spaceship envy, landing your dream job, a speculative companion, Dubsmash antics and managing the spectacular. Take the TARDIS to San Andreas! It might not be the easiest of partnerships; the cruel, hard, cynical world of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas,…

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How Can We Save The BBC?

It’s a question that may appear alarmist, but it’s surely a valid one to ask given recent developments affecting the future of Britain’s national broadcaster. Fresh from imposing a new licence fee settlement (with no public debate or consultation) on the corporation requiring it to shoulder the substantial cost of free television licences for over-75’s, the…

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