Tagged Amy Pond

Vote Dalek Again!

The new Radio Times revisits a recent cover classic as the Daleks return to Doctor Who – Vote Dalek! Election fever has reached Radio Times: The Daleks are back in technicolour and this week’s Radio Times has three different Dalek covers – red, blue and yellow, like the three main political parties (note that other…

Guardian Gunning for Who?

Has The Guardian got it in for Doctor Who? Not content with criticizing the slightly lower audience figures for The Eleventh Hour, this week The Beast Below comes under the spotlight. With Doctor Who on the brink of being declared “not a ratings winner” by the former broadsheet, some figure massaging allowed the paper to…

Victory of the Daleks Gallery

We’ve got some snaps from Victory of the Daleks for you now as the build up to the next episode of Doctor Who contiues! Starring Matt Smith as the Doctor, Karen Gillan as Amy Pond and featuring Ian McNeice as Winston Churchill and Bill Paterson as Bracewell, Victory of the Daleks is one of the…

Victory of the Daleks Preview

Doctor Who continues this week with Victory of the Daleks – a wartime adventure guest starring Ian McNeice as Winston Churchill, and featuring the return of the Doctor’s sword enemies. Written by Mark Gatiss (The Unquiet Dead, The Idiot’s Lantern), Victory of the Daleks stars Matt Smith as the Doctor and Karen Gillan as Amy…

The Forgotten Army

The Forgotten Army is the third in a trio of new Doctor Who books released this Spring starring the Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond. Written by Brian Minchin, this book joins Apollo 23 and Night of the Humans as well as the first set of books starring the new incarnation of the Doctor, and his…

The Beast Below

Having established the new cast last week, the second episode of this series gets straight into the adventure. An SF adventure on a Starship UK, the action nods to Star Wars, the metaphors to The Matrix and the setting to 80s dystopias. While the viewer may be more settled with the characters (anxieties put to…

The Beast Below – Reaction

Press reaction to The Beast Below has been limited to a single review in The Guardian/Observer so far – however the audience figures make interesting reading… 6.7 million viewers tuned in to The Beast Below according to overnight figures, but with a 34% audience share it is clear that despite the drop on the previous…

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