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Who’s a Millionaire?

Doctor Who fans are notorious hoarders, and moreso than other fans – the years of no TV series lead to a lot of fans splashing out on props and other high price paraphernalia. Following the announcement of a Doctor Who exhibition at the Judge’s Lodgings museum in Lancaster, the man who has several items of…

Matt Smith Filming SJA

Doctor Who Magazine and Radio Times contributor Benjamin Cook tweeted about the upcoming Sarah Jane Adventures episode guest starring Matt Smith and Katy Manning this week. Katy Manning is of course the actress behind Jo Grant, companion of the Third Doctor and all-round good sort who left the Doctor in The Green Death to travel…

“Venice is all Starbucks”

Doctor Who scriptwriter Toby Whithouse has dismissed the Venice of 2010 as a shadow of its former self, and nothing like the romantic location featured in Vampires of Venice. After being asked to set the story somewhere romantic, Southend-born Toby – who also wrote 2006’s School Reunion and is the creator of Being Human –…

The Time Vampire

Louise Jameson stars in a new Doctor Who Companion Chronicles adventure as Leela, companion to the Fourth Doctor, courtesy of Big Finish. Long-term fans will know that Leela remained on Gallifrey following her departure from the TARDIS in The Invasion of Time (1978). This story takes place some time after that… Leela, in her last…

Toby Whithouse Interviewed

Toby Whithouse is the creator of Being Human – not to mention the man behind this week’s Doctor Who, The Vampires of Venice! He’s been interviewed by SFX recently, in which he describes the episode as being “like a 45-minute movie.” Talking about how nice it is to not have to do the whole showrunner…

The Runaway Train

When your fictional series uses time travel as one of it’s plot devices, it allows you to draw from exciting moments in history to make adventures that are packed with both action and terrifying danger and as moments in world history go, few eras have as much opportunity for dangerous moments and excitement as the…

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