Tagged Flesh and Stone

Doctor Who Series 5 Volume 2

After what can only be described as a bit of a dream start the new series settles down a tad and heads towards its first two-part story without a second thought for viewers trying to catch their breath. This review is culled from the previews I wrote earlier for Kasterborous. I have not changed my…

Doctor Who Series 5 Vol 2 DVD

The Doctor’s amazing adventures continue on DVD and Blu-ray with the second volume of the hugely popular fifth series, featuring the next three episodes; the thrilling two-part story, written by Steven Moffat – The Time of Angels and Flesh and Stone – as well as The Vampires of Venice. Full of new characters and some…

Operation: Platinum Age, Part 2

Continuing Elton Townend Jones’ appraisal of Series 5/Season 31… Fortunately, The Hungry Earth has put things back on track. It’s been clear throughout the season that Moffat has been the strongest writer for the new regulars, but he also seemed to lack the equivalent of himself that Russell T Davies had. Perhaps Chris Chibnall will…

Operation: Platinum Age, Part 1

New contributor Elton Townend Jones surveys Doctor Who, Series 5/Season 31… At the close of The Hungry Earth, the Eleventh Doctor is peering down on the deliciously volcanic subterranean metropolis of Homo Reptilia. What happens next won’t be known for another week, but with five episodes to go before we can safely get back on…

Not Really Raunchy

Karen Gillan says she finds that suggestions that the show has been sexed up ‘strange’- but wants to lock lips with the Doctor again for the Christmas special. Gillan, who plays Amy Pond, who’s rising hemline and attempts to drag the Doctor to bed during Flesh and Stone have already sent Daily Mail keyboards clattering….

Doctor Who Adventures 166

With dangerous alien fish on the loose and fangs a plenty, Doctor Who Adventures looks back at an episode that had a real bite – The Vampires of Venice. With just weeks to go until the first Doctor Who Adventure Game, we look at what is in store and how you can help the Doctor…

Sing a Song of Who

We’ve got a new video for US-based Doctor Who fans in which Alex Kingston (River Song) explains what makes the series such an enduring fan favorite and why fans and new viewers should watch the new season. Following her appearance in The Time of Angels last week on BBC America, Kingston continues as River Song…

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