A Thousand Tiny Wings

We’ve all seen what would happen if the Doctor traveled through Time and Space with a companion that he got along with, but what if he were to have a companion that didn’t share his ideals? A companion that resented him for their life and their world not happening as it should. A companion who…

Abslom Daak Returns

The Dalek’s second greatest enemy, Doctor Who Magazine’s Abslom Daak, is back in a new CGI feature from Altered Vistas, reports DownTheTubes. Better known as Abslom Daak – Dalek Killer (coincidentally the title of the previous release), the character was created by Steve Moore for Doctor Who Weekly in 1980, and has since encountered the…

Dalek Memories

Wired.co.uk’s Geek Dad column uses a great Doctor Who example to illustrate how to encourage children to enjoy and recall their childhood with pride when they’re older. It’s an interesting idea, one that seems to make perfect sense. Basically, by spending time with his children (and taking them to the recently closed Glasgow exhibition at…

Tom Baker Illuminates Blackpool

The grand old man of Doctor Who – Fourth Doctor Tom Baker – was interviewed recently by the Blackpool Gazette for a feature recalling the occasion when he switched on the seaside town’s famous lights. It was in 1975 that Baker – then a little over a year into his run as the Doctor –…

BBC Magazines Future

Speculation continues to surround BBC Worldwide’s potential selling off of its magazine division – responsible for Doctor Who Adventures and Radio Times. While there may not be any immediate change to either of those very successful titles (or any of the others such as Top Gear or Gardener’s World) which like most BBC brands are…

Take David Tennant’s Seat

Fans of theatre and David Tennant have been coming together over the last few months to help to raise money for a seat to be named after the Tenth Doctor actor in the new home of the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-Upon-Avon. The transformation of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre is due for completion at the…

The Fourth Doctor and Davros Statue

Released as a limited edition of 900, the Doctor and Davros collectable from Weta illustrates a superb scene from the 1975 classic Genesis of the Daleks. The statue has dimensions of 12 1/5″ W x 13 4/5″ D x 11″ H, and is sculpted by Weta Workshop’s Eden Small, Daniel Cockersell and David Tremont. If…

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