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Exclusive Interview: John Ainsworth, Editor of Doctor Who: The Complete History

Doctor Who: The Complete History, an encyclopedic collection of books released fortnightly from Hachette, launches in less than a week across the UK – and what better way to celebrate its impending release than a chat with John Ainsworth, editor of the series? The first issue, priced just £1.99, focuses on four Tenth Doctor stories – Gridlock, Daleks…


Gaiman and Ishiguro Discuss Genre

The Doctor’s Wife scribe, and well-respected novelist, Neil Gaiman has spoken to fellow author, Kazuo Ishiguro, about genre boundaries. Ishiguro’s new book, The Buried Giant, prompted the discussion, with the pair debating whether it’s fantasy or not, and if these genre categories have any meaning. “I don’t have a problem with marketing categories,” Kazuo says, “but…

Toby Whithouse

Toby Whithouse: The Game, Writing Tips & The Magic of Doctor Who

In an interesting interview with the BBC Writer’s Room, writer, Toby Whithouse spoke about the continuing appeal of writing Doctor Who. In past years, Whithouse has written a number of popular episodes including School Reunion and The God Complex, but his last effort was 2012’s A Town Called Mercy. Fortunately, he’s back with a two-parter, his first story for Peter Capaldi’s…

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