Tagged Dr Who

A Christmas Carol

A review for a good Doctor Who episode usually writes itself. Yet with A Christmas Carol I’ve found myself “umming” an “ahhing”. This is the sixth Doctor Who Christmas special that I have reviewed. In that time I have seen aliens trying to take over the Earth with voodoo, giant spiders under the Thames, space…

What David Did Next…

It’s been almost 12 months since David Tennant was last on our screens as the Tenth Doctor in The End of Time. But what has he been doing since then? We all have shows that we love, Doctor Who being our one common bond that brings us to places like Kasterborous. Sometimes those who create…

Twelve Days of Christmas

Tor.com is featuring a special “Twelve Days of Christmas” over the next week or so, with a series of Doctor Who articles and essays from a series of special guest posters. Each writer will focus on a particular Doctor, as follows…. December 26th, U.K. author George Mann will be celebrating the First Doctor, William Hartnell!…

Merry Christmas, Kasterborites!

Ah, it’s that time of year again! Christmas, home made mince pies, last minute gift shopping and Doctor Who forming the showpiece of the BBC One Christmas Day schedule (or will that be The One Ronnie…?) Now, in the time-honoured December tradition, we’re going to be taking a few days off. Don’t worry, there will…

Dumbledore’s Socks

Dare I tell you that Doctor Who star Matt Smith has confessed that he is inspired by Dumbledore’s socks? Or is it just one step to far in the insane constant promotion of A Christmas Carol, set for broadcast on BBC One and BBC HD on Christmas Day at 6pm? Smith has recently revealed that…

Doctor Who Pwns iPlayer

The BBC has published the most popular TV and radio programmes of the year on BBC iPlayer, with Doctor Who and Steven Moffat doing particularly well. Matt Smith’s première as the Doctor in The Eleventh Hour was named the most requested show of 2010 with 2.2 million plays, while Smith’s debut appearance in the Tenth…

Seven Years’ Good Luck?

The Scottish Sun (the kilt-wearing cousin of the Kasterborous-recommended brand of toilet paper) seems to have had a lengthy chat with Torchwood star John Barrowman where nothing new is really discussed except the possibility that the show may have a long life yet to come in America… “I have turned down a load of other…

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