Written by David Tennant?

We might be in non-story land with this, but David Tennant has revealed that he has never offered input into Doctor Who. Well what a surprise. Surely even the most feeble-minded Radio 1 listener tuning into the risible NewsBeat would be able to distinguish the roles of the country’s most famous TV scriptwriter and the…

Watch Androzani on YouTube!

Yes – you can watch Doctor Who classics The Edge of Destruction (1964), The Krotons (1968), Carnival of Monsters (1973) and The Caves of Androzani (1984) free and legally on YouTube! This is part of BBC Worldwide’s final embracing of streaming Doctor Who via the web – recently we’ve seen MSN and Blinkbox offering classic…

More Lost Stories from Big Finish

Following on from news of the release of The Nightmare Fair (starring Colin Baker and Nicola Bryant) Big Finish have released news of even more lost Doctor Who stories that they intend to produce! While the adventures of the Sixth Doctor and Peri will continue on a monthly basis as their adventures from 1985’s hiatus…

The Waters of Mars: Reaction

The Waters of Mars saw Doctor Who return with a bang on Sunday evening as David Tennant’s penultimate advenuture was seen by 9.13m viewers (33.9% of the available audience) according to overnight figures. Beating Easter special Planet of The Dead (which neverless held 39.6% of the audience despite its lower 4.41m viewers), the Mars-based adventure…

The Master is Insane

Taking a break from scurrilous gossip-mongering, The Daily Mail has nevertheless maintained it’s reputation for not bothering to do any research in a brief interview with Doctor Who guest star John Simm. Simm (currently playing in Speaking in Tongues at the Duke of York’s Theatre) is best known to TV viewers as DI Sam Tyler…

© 2005-2014 Kasterborous. Theme Old Paper by ThunderThemes.net