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Dave Franklin Interview

Dave Franklin is the Welsh ex-pat author of “Looking for Sarah Jane Smith”, a tale he describes as “a bleak, vicious comedy”. Since its release in 2000 it has been republished as part of an anthology of Dave’s work, “Manic Streets of Perth”. Originally from South Wales, Dave left Cardiff University with “a BA in…

Rise of the Merchandise

So the new Doctor Who series has not only captured our imaginations for forty-five minutes per week, but it has also found a way to capture them at home, while not watching. You’ve seen them on the Internet sites, Magazine ads, TV ads, and most of all the Toy Stores. While this may not be…

Burning Bridges

It’s a word, it’s a TV show, it’s an organisation, it’s a nice house in Scotland. Doctor Who has been invaded by “Torchwood” – another show, another meme. But what is its true relevance to Doctor Who 2006? We know that it was first mentioned on-screen in Bad Wolf during “The Weakest Link”, as the…

The Neill Gorton Interview

Neill Gorton is the man behind the amazing creatures we have seen in Doctor Who since its rebirth in 2005. The Moxx of Balhoon, the Slitheen, the Cybermen – they’ve all been created by Neill and his team, and have imprinted a very distinctive look on Doctor Who in the twenty-first century. Neill took some…

Waking Up Dead

Never more alive was the Fifth Doctor then in the story of his death. For 99% of his tenure Peter Davison was trapped with companions who did not want to be there. Tegan was accidentally taken away and constantly at odds with the Doctor and, in a companion first, she left him twice. Nyssa, Adric…

My Rose Has Left Me

My Rose has left me, I’m in a mood, she went to Kenya. We couldn’t have children, that didn’t stop us from trying, we were turned down for adoption, because of her bizarre appearance. Oh, Rose how we loved you, but where are you now? Alone with your salesman, you adulterous cow. Well, that’s how…

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