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A Scary Silence

The Guardian online has recently published an article asking if the newest Doctor Who enemy The Silence too scary for children. Put simply, the answer is no. Kasterborous recently published an article focusing on the fact that Doctor Who can be scary for kids but that’s okay because it’s a “good kind of scared”. The…

Tomorrow on Today…

If you’re in the US, make sure you’re watching your TV tomorrow morning (or, if you have to go to work, DVR-ing your TV tomorrow morning), as Doctor Who will be a featured item on NBC’s The Today Show! For readers in the UK who have never seen The Today Show, it’s sort of like…

Totter’s Lane Revisited

It seems fantastically mundane that Doctor Who, a programme that spans galaxies and centuries, began its fantastic voyage in a darkened corner of a London scrapyard, but back in 1963 An Unearthly Child crept alongside a working bobby towards a strangely placed policeman’s box in I. M. Foreman’s yard. But it’s these two elements that…

The Doctor’s Wife Trailer

Next week on Doctor Who, our favourite Time Lord receives a very unexpected message, sent in a manner that we haven’t seen since The War Games… As you can see from the clip below, The Doctor’s Wife features all sorts of surprises, not least the fact that writer Neil Gaiman has set the episode on…

Companion Spoiler?

It’s not exactly the big news that the departure of Billie Piper was, leaking out months before the fact, but with the casting of Karen Gillan as Jean Shrimpton in an upcoming BBC biopic and now the news that Arthur Darvill is gearing up to play Mephistopheles in an upcoming production of Doctor Faustus at…

Design a TARDIS Winner!

Blue Peter is at it again. Years ago, they held a “design a monster” competition for children to enter, the winner got his monster (the Abzorbaloff played by Peter Kay) to appear in the 2006 episode Love & Monsters. Last year they held a brand new competition for the kids, where they were called upon…

Doctor Who Dominates iPlayer

Trouncing Royal Weddings and topping its own records, Doctor Who is absolutely dominating the BBC iPlayer service. Kate & Wills’ nuptials  received a right royal bashing from Doctor Who. The ceremony was beaten in iPlayer downloads by Day of the Moon which has been viewed 1.07 million times in the four days it has been…

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