Tagged Doctor Who News

More Rebel Flesh Casting

New casting has emerged for Matthew Graham’s Series 6 two parter The Rebel Flesh/Gangers, with Leon Vickers and Mark Bonnar both appearing in the episodes. The 2011 Doctor Who story – Life on Mars co-creator Graham’s first since 2006’s Fear Her – has also been confirmed to feature Life on Mars and Ashes to Ashes…

Lurkers at Sunlight’s Edge

The last installment in the Seventh Doctor trilogy leaves this reviewer in a bit of a conundrum. There is no problem as such with the play, it’s finely crafted, well acted and is perfect to listen to during these cold winter months. However, after the two preceding episodes were so strong and formed the umbrella…

Much Ado About Who

No, they’re not the new BBC One news team – instead, former Doctor Who duo David Tennant and Catherine Tate are reuniting to work on a new play, Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing! The Doctor-Donna will appear as reluctant lovers Beatrice and Benedick, whose endless witty sparring threatens to keep them apart forever. Much Ado…

The Resurrection of Mars

Continuing directly on from last month’s Deimos. We find Lucie Miller being thrown out of a TARDIS and directly into trouble. When we last encountered her, she was hanging up her time travelling boots and settling for a quiet life, away from monsters and alien planets. Her falling out with the Eighth Doctor had led…

Dalek Time Travelodge

It happens all the time when you go away, you’re staying in a hotel or a bed and breakfast and when you leave and you’re halfway home, you realise that you’ve left something there. It’s not always something big, maybe a toothbrush or a t-shirt but it annoys you anyway. But some people tend to…

Is Doctor Who Anti-American?

Like to mix up views on Doctor Who with deeper hidden sub contextual references? Then last Wednesday’s edition of Thinking Allowed, a BBC Radio Four discussion show, will be right up your street. Featuring Marc Edward DiPaolo, a US academic, the show not only focuses on how the character of the Doctor has changed over…

Ark Art & TweetView

A couple of brief updates from the world of classic Who this morning – first, enjoy the image you’ll find to the immediate right of this text. If you can’t tell by looking at it, it’s the box art for 2entertain’s February DVD release, otherwise known as the William Hartnell story The Ark.  Doesn’t it…

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