Tagged Fourth Doctor

Death of the Doctor

This particular adventure was billed as the series highlight – featuring Matt Smith, Katy Manning and with Russell T Davies writing for the Eleventh Doctor – but did the anticipation pay off? I’d say: well, sort of… The story starts off strongly, with UNIT advising Sarah Jane of, erm, the death of the Doctor. A shock revelation,…

The Wonderful World of Weta

They’re not half-price anymore, but there are a variety of superb deals on Weta Workshop Doctor Who products available for pre-order on the Forbidden Planet website! Weta Workshop, famous for designing the props in The Lord of the Rings movie trilogy, also have a pretty stellar business in Who collectibles, including the Kasterborous-recommended Fourth Doctor…

Andrew Smith

Doctor Who really does seem to have a hold over the people that get involved with it, something that many years later comes back to grab you around the wrist and yank you back into the mad world of dimensionally transcendental police boxes and regenerating Time Lords, Daleks, Cybermen and talking robot dogs. Andrew Smith…

Graham Crowden

Kasterborous is sad to relate the passing of distinguished character actor Graham Crowden, who died on aged 87 on October 19th. Crowden was best known to Doctor Who fans for his appearance opposite Tom Baker in the  unforgettable 1979 serial The Horns of Nimon. With a long career stage and screen career, Crowden first appeared…

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