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The Truth in a Faceless World

Torchwood Series 4 has a new name – no longer “The New World”, it is now called Miracle Day. This much we know thanks to a press release on Saturday. And we also know about the UK and US simultaneous June 1st airdate… don’t we? Well, no we don’t. It seems that the date publicised…

What’s New in 2011?

Welcome to 2011, Kasterborites! As you know, we’ve taken a few days off for full rest and relaxation in order to begin the planning and delivery of some great new features on Kasterborous over the coming months. It’s fair to say that at least one of us enjoyed a few drinkies with ice courtesy of…

Brian’s Top 5 of 2010

The year is almost over. 2010 ticks over to 2011, and looking back so many things were packed into that time, some good, some bad. While Doctor Who may in reality only be a small part of it, it is nonetheless part of our 2010. So, let’s take a look at my top five moments…

A Definitive Doctor Who Game?

Where it maybe unfair to pick on the past attempts to make a Who video game (Destiny of the Doctors, Dalek Attack… more on that later) recent incarnations have also fared poorly. The jury may have been influenced by the free nature of Doctor Who: The Adventure Games enough to let some of its faults…

10 Reasons to Love Christmas Who!

The Christmas Season and Doctor Who are possibly the two greatest things to ever come together. How brilliant it is to have presents, a good meal and a festive edition of our favourite television show and all on the same day? In the festive mood, I’ve decided to list together 10 reasons why Doctor Who is best…

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Alasdair Shaw

You may recall our recent discussion of the Doctor Who Reprint Society, an Internet group working to get more of the best classic Doctor Who novels back on store shelves. We recently spoke with DWRS founder Alasdair Shaw, who told us all about the society, his favourite Who novels, and how you can help the…

Do You Want Doctor Who in 3D?

According to a recent survey carried out by Japanese TV manufacturer Panasonic, British TV viewers want to see Doctor Who in 3D. The poll results saw the Time Lord topping a list that also featured plasticine animation Wallace and Gromit and pistonhead-fest Top Gear. Really? You want to sit there with a stupid viewing apparatus…

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