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The Pandorica Opens Preview

The end of the current run of Doctor Who is in sight – and the Pandorica is about to open… We’ve had clues and hints throughout the preceding 11 episodes – cracks in time, missing ducks and a lack of knowledge about Daleks – and finally things are set to make sense in Steven Moffat’s…

The Coming of the Terraphiles

The title of the Doctor Who novel by award winning sci-fi writer Michael Moorcock has been revealed – The Coming of the Terraphiles… “There are dark tides running through the universe…” Featuring the Eleventh Doctor and Amy, The Coming of the Terraphiles is written by one of the few people in the world that can…

War Between the States

The “R”-rolling side of the pond that is America is now more than halfway through watching Season 31, and has had a fair taste of mostly everything a Davies-vacant modern series has to offer.  As a result, the nation has decided to offer up its opinion on what it’s seen so far this year by…

The Lodger

Well, that was a bloody improvement. After the dud contributions from Messrs Gatiss, Whithouse and Chibnall, it’s heartening – albeit belatedly – to see that not all the new series writers have (quite literally) lost the plot. Not that the plot of this episode is anything more than a framework to drape the central concept…

The Pandorica Opens Trailer

So – the mysteries are about to be answered! The cracks, the TARDIS debris, hopefully even the “continuity errors” – Doctor Who returns next week for the first part of a memorable finale, The Pandorica Opens! Starring at least Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex Kingston as the Doctor, Amy and River Song, you’ll be…

Doctor Who Book Challenge

Calling all Young Who fans; this is your chance to take part in the Doctor Who Book Challenge – taking place in libraries across North Yorkshire from 23rd June until 3rd July. Youngsters are being asked to read four Doctor Who novels between now and 3rd July, with those who complete the task receiving a…

Short Stories are Not Fish From Space…

… because the Saturnynians were rendered extinct in The Vampires of Venice, remember? An interview conducted by BBC News primarily designed to promote Stories (a soon-to-be-available compilation of short stories by various authors that was co-edited by Stardust, Coraline, and Season-32-Episode-3 (?) writer Neil Gaiman) addressed the issue of whether short stories are dead by…

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