Tagged Alex Kingston

Are You Ready for the Moon?

Let’s face it – the Silence, the astronaut, the the pregnancy, the “death” – we don’t quite know what was happening in The Impossible Astronaut. Luckily at least one of the above is set to be answered in Day of the Moon on Saturday, and thanks to this TV trailer aired on BBC America we…

The Impossible PodKast

Welcome, ladies and gentlemen of Kasterborous to another podKast (with a K) which this week features Christian Cawley, James McLean and Brian A Terranova! The Kasterborous podKast team will be discussing, of course, The Impossible Astronaut and the various thoughts, impressions and ideas they got from the first episode of Doctor Who Series 6, in…

Alex: ‘I Was Not Expecting This!’

Alex Kingston, better known to many as Mrs. Robinson River Song, has suggested that she wasn’t initially prepared for the frequent reappearances her character’s been making since her introduction in 2008’s Silence in the Library. The American-based British actress, whose eighth Doctor Who episode Day of the Moon will be broadcast this Saturday with two…

Day of the Moon Gallery

Can’t wait until Saturday to get another sniff of some new Doctor Who? Series 6 continues with Day of the Moon, and thanks to the BBC we’ve got some snaps from the concluding installment of the story started in The Impossible Astronaut! [nggallery id=58] (We have some problems with our slideshow software at present –…

More Impossible Reviews

Now that we’ve had the first episode of Doctor Who “released” to us for the weekend, the reviews have started pouring in. Some reviewers are tackling the questions raised from the beginning of this two parter whereas others seem to have been left a little confused! First up was website bleedingcool.com, which didn’t so much…

An Impossible Reaction!

Reaction to The Impossible Astronaut continues to 99% positive, with only a few rogue elements making a noise that can only be compared with “attention-seeking“. With a show this inventive the reviewers have had to upgrade their word-weapons firing such praiseworthy mortars as The Independent‘s overview which started with a ‘bigger, bolder, better’ introduction and…

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