Tagged Dr Who

Unlucky Seven?

“Wot?” you say.  “These Kasterborous writers are nicking a headline off a Doctor Who Magazine from a few months back?!” Yes, we are; funny you should notice.  And we think you’ll find it fits perfectly with what we’re about to tell you, which has nothing to do with Sylvester McCoy. We’ll start with this look…

Moffat’s Swap Shop

More news on the new series of Doctor Who for this year, Steven Moffat has made a decision to swap some episodes around to mix things up a little. This year, as you may have heard, Doctor Who will be split in two. The first seven episodes will be shown in the spring where the…

Doctor Who Unlimited

Over the years, Doctor Who has always been slightly less widespread in the USA then it has in the UK. Hardly surprising seeing as it used to take such a long time for new episodes to reach that part of the globe. Weeks after they were transmitted and diagnosed to death on the internet, American…

Christmas Episode Poll Results!

Over the past six weeks on Kasterborous, we’ve run two polls to gauge our readers’ feelings about Christmas Doctor Who episodes. There’s nothing heavy in it – no surveys asking if the Doctor’s angel-accompanied ascension in Voyage of the Damned is anything more than RTD being cheeky – simply a chance to rate your favourite…

Ghosts of India Free from Audible

There’s something about the word ‘free’. It makes food taste better, makes buying one extra item of the same thing make more sense and has helped Tibetians escape China occupation of its country (well, maybe not the last one) but now to you dear Doctor Who fan, itis going to help you hear the DoctorDonna’s adventures in…

K-9 Creator at SFX Weekender

The SFX Weekender event is getting closer and closer for those of you lucky enough to be attending and for all you lucky ticket holders who are Doctor Who fans (if you’re not, why on earth are you here?) there’s another treat in store as it’s just been confirmed that Bob Baker, one half of…

Lance Parkin On Reprints

Our friends at the Doctor Who Reprint Society have published a fascinating interview with esteemed Who novelist Lance Parkin, author of such greats as Dying Days, Cold Fusion, Just War, The Infinity Doctors, and more recently The Eyeless. The discussion includes Lance’s thoughts on the similarities between the books and the modern television series, which…

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